Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1934 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
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long's Shots nnd Satnr- J.J,,.,., • . »° 8tlllbfl 1-17C Sfthe be st " we °^\ F ai ° assortment of cold |il our i ot months cannot Ir' 1 '^ 10 old any cheap- Give us a We wae Joe right now m ayruio •"• ffi | Ka l g fast, do"' 1 walt - $1 ' 58 I fe noff our cheese depart- Chiclicn—It will 'OCR HRAMS . Brand, f'f Stewart, L jack Sprat, A. B. C., ana *'-what a lineup! ier our store has been a ,uit and vegetable display Sr cent and prices low as expect our figure on even on this department. L's Grocery f ALGONA, IOWA L rj r I'hones 214-215 I Boom and Everything. Veterans from 2 Towns Meet MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED AT WHITTEMORE K05SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AT/1ONA IOWA Whlttemore, June G—Memorial day was appropriately observed Grant y. P. Organization Has Picked New Officers , K orgaiiixsi r,--Tl,n Yo,,,, B ioii had -i wicnpr Mr. and Mr K . c,(. n . j Andrews, «•!• j 111 < n; i r-M j j j s I Jjt it u It rttlti tr i i t -•-••• ii, j i ij u v; w f>. f. Officers w' o ok.' o7 "IT"'"'' I '' llr " !la ' !U1(I Mrs ' Marjl "I'ayno, prosidonl- w Ih-o ^! "T? 1 '," L of 1! " rral<) ( '™^. ^ts^'^'W-?^^™" " with a program In charge of the!'"K will bo Fridnv ovonin.' Turn,'irj '' ll(! " nr "'J' Nolvads, Soliallcr _ • , i _ i I»T i T-» * ... .... ii... t-, . . * ^ *'' ll '"•-' ''i i i »wl ».«•»... j i. _ . _ * Legion post at West Bend, with which Whittemore Legionnaires arc affiliated. There was a parade 'rom main street to the public school grounds. A selection of lvil war melodies was played on .he harmonica by Arthur Kelly, and Marguerite Fleming gave a read- ng, Young Fellow, My Lad. Mrs. Kelly then played a second number on the harmonica, this time using World war melodies. The speaker was the Most Rev. Father Finnegan, Emmetsburg. Following this program the east and west ceme- .erles were visited, taps sounded for deceased soldiers, and wreaths placed on the graves. A salute was also fired at each cemetery. Fast Memorial Day Gnine— Whittemore lost to Lotts Greek n a Memorial day baseball game lore before a large crowd. Lester Qulnn and Peter Nellis, with Tommy Farrell, were the Whittemore Dattery; Gross and Wichtendahl for dotts Creek. Lester pitched the tirst six Innings of the game, and the score was 0-0 till the seventh Inning, when L. W. Swanson, local manager, sent Nellis in as pitcher, and Lotts Creek ran in seven scores in the last three innings. Harold Gross, Lotts Creek pitcher, struck out 17 men and allowed the locals only two scores. mi the Grant church lawn. Hoys' ('lull lion? Mods— Marion H. Soulls. coimly club agent, attended a May mooting of If'. Ill o,l i llftiry. " vor ""' week-end at Fred, Selvald is a sister of Iho jHolberg. ! Mrs. Sclberg's. Mrs. Messrs. """1 s Bates, DCS Moincs, and the Charles Harvcys, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bates have been visiting Mrs. Mary Bates, Algona. pony, B reckon an Binder's la Nortz, former: Don 31. Slilns, C. H. Klamjt, Field Reporters W. .1 I'aynp, Contributing The Swca City creamery Of! patrons to its list in May, and; do thai. They lake a drink , all but four or five had never sold bath at one well, then repeat cream to the creamery before. The ! performance at the other, trick was turned by establishing i » * * * two motor truck routes, one north added [other one. Albert said all Ihe hogs and a Ihe .. • , .,,, : , :U .,K ,„ ..... , r ri(;1)( '«;J Muio, Blue Earth, the OraiH hoys' ,)-!! club al Donald",, '" illl(1 Ml ' K - LoKl i° Spolcher, Hiirgcr'H. Kight hoys wore nrpsetil ' ' 1 ." n !" ) "l' wore K»OHts at Iloy boys wore prc.soiit, -\i- A» ~ "••-" The next meeting is Jum , 28 Th( ; l M '. no H Memorial day. hoys will moot at Kdwin Mino's at 1:30 and go on a club lour. of town, the other south. The increase in amount of cream received provided plenty of work for nutter- maker L. f:. Knulson and his as- Kistanl, Donald Dourle. * « • » n I The John Sheller family, Plum y Crook, allendod the funeral of the Floyd rohvciV and'his children 1 15 " montll!f cllild of Mr> and Mrs> to Morcland last week Tues- Nelson Aid Hostess— Mrs. W. C. Nelson entertained the day to visit over Memorial day T. A. McCarvllle's. at The A. M. Tolihcims and Muriel - - • ~...vj.i v,, 11,^1 I.HIHUU LllU ,, ,, .1 r< 1 TH ••*•*** "-i Grant Aid Friday, Mrs. C. W. Ham-S'w", , Pllync s l' ont ] «-St week " '"" at T. C. Tokheim's, at Wednesday Armstrong. and assisting. The next meeting will bo at Mrs. Jolm Patterson's, ,,,„ „ . Friday, Juno 15, the Mcsdames L, ? 1CG Hunt visited from last John Pall.or fi on. Earl I'aUersTn^" """ " and Roy Mino hostesses. Oilier Grant News. The girls' club meets at Alice Thos. Slicller Baby Pics- Mr, and Mrs. Tom Sheller lost jfcectecf ; into summer its jyou had your car kecked. Drive ar- 1 today, and let us i thorough job! No ,sary repairs Bug- id— we don't -do bus- that way. Low i on needed repairs. GARAGE Phone 105 fuced Rates on LOANS Jan now secure a loan of |or less at our new low plan -will mean a sub- 'ing to you. jeral offers you the most loan service in the State. loaning plans. I payments. as 20 months to repay. '"MORE THAN OUR LOW RATES? d money for any pur- See Kruse „ Algona ..Representing Co. DCS Moinea PERSON 5TUDIO of Quality work— VGS HEMATIOKS their 16 months son Dale last week Monday. He had been sick abo ut five weeks with lymphatic leukemia, a disease of the bone marrow and spleen which causes an abnormal supply of white corpuscles and a diminishing supply of red corpuscles. Funeral services were held at St. Paul's Lutheran church last week Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Discher in charge. Jcssens Yisit in Illinois— The P. L. Jessens and Maxine, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith, recently drove to Elmhurst, 111., where the Jessens are spending three weeks with relatives. Maxine was to go on to Chicago to spend the summer with other rela- ives. Christ Meyer Loses Brother- Christ Meyer got homo from Elgin, 111., Sunday. He visited a Mck >rother, Heinrich Meyer, and other relatives there. Monday morning Ar. Meyer received word that his brother 1 , who was 75, had died of cancer. Three Win Zumach Prizes— At the H. R. Zumach meat mar- tet last week prize-winners were: John Steier, first, a box of grocer- es; P. T. Kollasch, second, No. 10 can of cherries; John Keene, third, .en bars G. W. C. soap. Ciillens Grandparents Again— Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen received word Saturday that a girl had )een born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe leinier, Detroit. Mrs. Reinier was ormerly Anna Zita Cullen. Mrs. Arthur Lonergan Dead- Charles Shemmel has received word of the death of Mrs. Arthur lionergan, San Francisco. Burial will take place at Bancroft this week Thursday. A SPECIALTY 0 ot ne west only at «» rplctl »<*-less money. Brown WTPOST R aud Transf er Hauling. ool [Market Price Pastors Off for Conference— The Rev, H. W. Discher, the Rev. Hr. Heinrichs, Mallard, and the lev. Mr. Stahmer, Pairville, left Tuesday morning to attend conference at Marcus. Joy for the Henry Lanclcs- An 8-lb. boy was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, and he will be named Henry William. There is one other child, a girl. Former IVhlttemore Girl Mother— A boy. was born recently to Mr and Mrs. C. W. Glasgow, of Fergus Falls, Minn. Mrs. Glasgow was formerly Clara Haag. Three Here Are Sick— Luana, daughter of Mrs. Anna Dau, has been sick; also Bobby son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and Ralph Braatz. Everett Frost Baby Dies— The two-weeks baby of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Frost died last week Wednesday, and burial was made last Thursday. Merchants Defeat H. S. Boys— The high school boys played kit- tenball against the Merchants las Thursday night, and the Merchants won, 8-7. Other Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boyle and Mr and Mrs. J. M. Boyle, Blackfoot Ida., left Friday for Oakdale and ohter eastern points, after a week with the men's sister, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, who accompanied them for a week at Oakdale with her daughter, Mary Elrna, and in Wis consin. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom Ralph Walker, and Amanda Diet rich got home last week Monday evening from Delavan, Minn. wbere they spent Sunday at Del bert and Harold Walker's and Har old Kuecker's. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett Myrtle Barber, and Sarah Shroe der, the latter a sister of Mrs Bartlett who lives at Burt, drove to Mason City Monday to attend an Iowa trademark butter association meeting. Henry Hahn, Jolm Keeue, an Edward Heller, of the 0. C. C camp at Decorah, spent the we end; with, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hann, Mr. and Mrs. John Keene, and Mrs. Margaret Heller. .Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan drove to Fort Podge last week Wednesday, to visit relatives, and were accompanied here by Mrs. Geelan's mother, Mrs. P. J. ScbJltz, who will be with the Geelaas for some time. EfBtenlehaer, daughter Thursday to Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Ella Hunt, Bancroft. Mrs. K. li. Dolin, Marshalltown, and her daughter Dorothy Ann are al N. H. Bolin's. \nnelto, and son Hud drove to \shton and Sibley Sunday to visit VTr. Bestenlchncr's sister, Sister lary Isadore. Annette is bookkeeper at the Farmers State hank. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and Mrs. Meyer's mother, Mrs. Louise Vissen, drove to Lu Verne last reek Tuesday to visit relatives,! 20 or more field men whose jobs ind Mrs. Nissen remained there ' " SALES TAX DUE ON FARMERnUGTIONS J. W. Barton, Fort Dodge, one of vith her sister, Mrs. Emma Voss. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrichs Sr. were created by the new state sales tax, gave interpretations of the act at a meeting of the Britt Commer- ind Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fiene, all! ci . al club a week a eo last Thursday - Addison, 111., visited from 'last nigllt Thursday till Tuesday at Fred leinrich Jr.'s. They will go to ^airmont from here. Mrs. John Wagoner, Bode, and icr sons Nicholas and Orville, the Theodore Wagoners, also Bode, and he John Reelings, Irvington, visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Mrs. Nick Semon, and Mrs. Alfred Senon drove to Remsen Monday to atlend first mass of ihe Rev. Father Ahman and visit the Rev. Father dward Fan del. Kathcrine Haag, Mrs. Joe Faber, ind Mrs. John Volk attended fun- iral services at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, for the year old baby of Mr. and Mrs. William Ludig Monday. Mrs. Andrea Schoonhoven and her sister, Anna Anderson, got iome last week Wednesday from Elgin, 111., where Mrs. Schoonhoven had been visiting for some :ime. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody and their son George drove to Emmetsburg last week Wednesday to attend Memorial day services, and George played in the band there. Esther Behnke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reinard Behnke, and Adelia Frink, both employed at Al- ;ona, spent Sunday here and attended the Lutheran picnic. Mrs. Mike Turney, daughter Mary, and Frank Flood, Indianapolis, went home last Thursday, after a week with their cousin, Mrs. James Foley. Ruth and Marieta Bestenlehner, Of interest to farmers is his statement that the sales tax applies to all sales of farm produce to ultimale consumers but does not apply to grain and livestock sold for resale. Rather starlling to farmers who hold public sales is a ruling that the proceeds are subject to the tax. At 2 per cent this will be a sizable lax against Ihe proceeds of most farm auctions. Even foreclosure sales of personal property are not exempt. It a farmer buys a bull, a boar, a brood sow, a stallion, a team of horses, etc., the sale price is subject to the tax which the buyer must pay. If he peddles meat, eggs, corn, hay, or any other farm product to a consumer he must collect the tax. If he sells cream to his creamery and takes butter in part payment the creamery must collect the tax on the butter. Algona, spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duffy. with Mrs. Duffy and the Bestenlehner girls arc sisters. Robert Braatz, son Harold and daughters Alvina and Esther drove to Blue Earth and Minnesota Lake last week Wednesday to visit relatives. Theodore Elbert and his grandson, Willard Fandel, both of Algona, spent Monday with Willard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Carmody, of Graettinger, spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Carmody's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody. Ben Schreler, Milwaukee, arrived to visit the P. W. Ringlers Sunday. Mrs. Schreier, who has been here a week, will go home with him. Leona Dreyer, of the Zumach meat market, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Thomas Cannody and her son George spent Saturday evening with the former's daughter, Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, Algona. The William Wagners, of Clinton, recently spent a few days with the August Schattschneiders here and the Louis Wagners, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Corey Haase, Es- thervllle, and the Jack Newbys, Manson, visited at Adam Luchsinger's last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Ditsworth, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at Peter Heldt's. Mrs. Ditsworth was formerly Loretta Heldt. The Nick Genglers, Lotts Creek, NO ENDORSEMENT FOR FIELD MARKER GIVEN It is reported that men are canvassing corn-hog contract signers to sell steel posts on which are painted "Contract Acres," according to County Agent G. A. Bonn- stetler. "The men give the impression that it is compulsory for contract signers to mark their contracted fields with such posts, but this is not true," Mr. Bonnstetter said, adding, "They are attempting to sell an ordinary article at a high price." The AAA does request, Mr. Bonn- stetler said, that contracted fields be marked with corner stakes which may be seen plainly. The of- Ncial ruling regarding identification of contracted a'cres reads: 'Unless otherwise requested by the secretary, the boundaries of the contracted acres shall be definitely marked by substantial visible posts or stakes, or in such other manner as the county allotment committee shall require." The county allotment committee has not made any change in the administrative ruling, according to A. E. Clayton, county chairman. Ramsey Y! P. S. Will Hold Another 'Fair Mrs. Mrs. spent Sunday evening with Gengler's parents, Mr. and William Rusch Sr. Opal Schroeder, new beauty operator here, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Ringsted. Curtis Quinn and his nephew, George Taylor, left last week Monday for Mt. Vernon, 111., for visits with relatives. Esther Geizeuauer, Lone HOCK, spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. Chris Meyer, while Mr. Meyer was Brogan and her daughter, "Mrs'. Rosburg, St. James, Minn., visited at A. D. Brogan's Monday. George Carmody and his orchestra played for a dance at the Green Lantern, Hobartoii, Sunday even' D Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Van Bus seldorf attended a picnic at the Ambrose A, Call state park, Sun- "riie Martin Meyers, Gariier visited relatives here Sunday and attended the Lutheran school picnic. te £rlch Cordes is tearing down in Illinois. Mrs. Mary Titonka, June 5—The executive committee of the Ramsey Younj People's club met recently anc planned its second annual "fair night." Last year's fair was a huge success, hundreds of people attending. The committee expects to have a still better fair this year with new concessions, more free acts, and a bigger display of fireworks. Date and details will be announced later. Tom Sheller, Lolls Crock, on Memorial day at Whittemore. The )ahy had been sick for some time and died last week Monday noon. Burial was made at Whittemore. Tom lives on the home place near Lotts Creek. • » * » We called recently on Tony Seil- r, who farms 160 acres a mile south of Sexton. Ho owns this farm. The Sellers will soon have sufficient help, both around the house and in the fields, for they have three boys and two girls. Mrs. Seiler, the former Catheryn Laux, of Wesley, is now putting in a good share of her time with a flock of 300 White Leghorn chicks which she hatched from eggs purchased from Frank Capesius, near Algona. They were three weeks old when we called, and she had been having good luck with them, having lost only a few. • * * « Herbert Will farms ICO acres owned by C. C. Scharlach, of Algona, three miles east of Lu Verne. The Wills have lived there three years. Herbert said he had never known it so hot so early as it has een this season. The Wills came o the Lu Verne neighborhood from Rockwell City, and there are fivo hildren, three boys and two girls, ^he oldest child is 17, the youngest ive. Because of a shortage of pas- ure. Herbert now has only eight :ows, all Holsteins. Mrs. Will has :00 baby chicks, mostly Silver- aced Wyandottes. . « * « A family from Rockwell City is he E. H. Lunstroms, who farm 160 icres belonging to the Vaughn Es- ale, of Fort Dodge. The farm is ,wo miles east and a mile north ol Ju Verne. The Lunstroms have been on the farm ever since they came here three years ago. They lave two children, William, 3, ant Charles, a year old. Mrs. Linstrom was a Bowman girl, and her parents live just a half mile north of iU Verne. She plans to raise ar ound 400 chicks this season. • • * * Alvln Hardcopf, a mile south o Hanna Switch, is pasturing cattle along the road. Because of short age of pasture, many farmers hav lad to follow this practice, and mo :orists have to slow down fre quently. Alvin lives on the 220 acre farm owned by his father William Hardcopf, and he and hi wife have three children, Alvin Jr, 12, William, 8, and a daughter, Vir gie, 14, who recently completed he second year in high school. Alvin s milking nine cows. • * • • The county recently built a ne-\ road for Arthur Miller from hi house to the highway. He lives <. quarter of a mile from the high way one mile north of Lu Verne The Millers moved there from Wes ley this spring, and are farming 22 acres. They have two. children both girls, 11 and 13 years old. • « * « When we called on Duane Nea' one-half mile south of Hann; Switch, one day last week, w found him taking off the fron th Hi father, Earl Neal, Lu Verne, and a close neighbor, F. F. Felt, wer helping. E. F. Neal informed u that there are good farmers arouni Hanna Corners; all they need is \ half a chance. • * * * Geo. L. Miller, contractor from Algona, began work last week on new barn to replace one blow: down a few weeks ago at Ralp Brown's, two miles south of Algon on No. 169. vRalph plans to put u a barn with a concrete foundatio and walls and a sloping roof. * * * • Last week's Britt News-Tribun reported that R. E. Hunsley, an Or Whittemore Hears High School Ba^d Whittemore, June 6—A program given by the Lutheran school here Friday evening was attended by e large audience. The Rev. Mr. Wittenburg, Lu Verne, gave an ad dress. A Lutheran picnic Sunday afternoon at the Louis Greinert grove was also attended by a large crowd, and the Algona high schoo 1 band furnished music. Oiled Road a Failure. A few years ago a half mile o the road east from Burt was oil- surfaced. The surfacing did no stand up under weather and traf fie and now the Monitor says the residue of the oil coating has been scarified in preparation for reconstruction of the road. Sow PU«s from Heat. The Burt Monitor reports that G W. Bleich lost a 500-lb. sow from heat last week Tuesday. wheel of his Farmall tractor, bearing having given away. thel township, Hancock county farmer, had plowed up a 40-acr field of oats in preparation for re planting to soy beans. Owing t the drought the oats were of such poor stand that he did not thin it worth while to let them ripen fo harvest. » • • • When we called Friday at E. Stewart's, four miles west of more, a little spell of excitemen had just passed. E. D. had mowe wild hay on low ground, and wa about to rake it up. He had hitch ed the hayrake to the rear of wagon, and had driven through gate, when the hayrack struck th limb of a tree. This frightened th horses, and they ran away. Th tongue of the rake and one whee were broken off, but the wago and the team were not damaged o hurt. The Stewarts farm 160 acres and there are two girls in the fam ily, June, 9, and Avis, 7. The girl were herding the cows on the high way, and they told us about a goo time they had the day before at a school picnic at Interlaken, where all the children went bathing. • » * * We had a short visit Saturday with Albert Zierke, who lives two | £s miles north and 2 3-4. miles westjgg of Elmore. He was changing the . 555' location of some of the yard fence. [ as The ground was hard and dry ; !aa! When wo called Saturday at Wilam S. Drake's, five miles norlh- est of Elmore, we did not find rs. Drake at homo, for she died ccently. - Mother Drake, who al- ays met us with a smile, took the unday Des Moines Register, also ie Des Moines Tribune. Mr. and rs. Drake were pioneers in Fari- lult county, Minn., and they kept 1) with the times. Bolh have isscd on in the last year. • • » « Willis J. Cotton, at the edge of one Rock, is always busy. We ailed an hour last week Monday talk to him. People were com- ng from long distances to buy his iby chicks. Mr. and Mrs. Cotton ave sold 80,000 chicks this seas- n. The hatchery will be closed une 10. The Cottons believe in aising purebred stock. Willis lowed us a purebred Clydesdale lare colt a year old, weighing 1160 ounds, having gained nearly 100 bs. a monlh. He also raises pure- red wirehaired fox terriers. A fea- ure at his place is 450 evergreen rces, but the hot, dry weather and ot winds have killed some of hem on the south and west sides f the grove. The trees on the orth side show up well. * « • * George Wicks, three-fourths mile outh of Elmore, was plowing up is oat field Friday. We asked vhat he intended to plant, and he aid he had not yet decided, think- ng he would wait for a rain. About wo months ago he showed us 1100 ihicks, then two weeks old. He had iorted out all that he thought were oosters, and we asked how well he lad come out. His reply was that he did as well as a Jap we read .bout. * * * * We called Friday on M. J. Pugs- ey, who lives two miles north and 3% miles west of Elmore. This is he farm where Roy Woolrey formerly lived. Mr. Pugsley was born and reared in southern Minnesota, ind at one time many years ago he muled mail from Elmore to Forl Dodge. He remarked that he stayed nights at a hotel a few miles east of where Bancroft now stands This hotel was built of sod. He said that he had never before seen a season like this, and had never seen the times like they are now Yet he never saw young people looking more happy and satisfied for they do not seem to worry about the future. returned to Robert Spurgeon's, afelr several weeks with relatives elsewhere. Tailors at M. L. Roney's on Memorial evening were Mr. and Mrs. If. R. Cowan, Algona, their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parsons. Des Moines, and D. T. Smith, also Al- «ona. Mrs. Parsons is an aunl of Mrs. Cowan. Mary Sinilh, Algona, who plans to leave for the wesl soon, recently called on her old friend, Mrs. J. 13. Robison. Kenneth Grcgson, who had been in Chicago with his brother Cecil, recently returned to Willard Gregson's, Algona. Kenneth went to Chicago by train with his sister Edilh, Sioux Cily teacher, a month ago. Miss Gregson is spending the summer there. Wesley Irvington Mrs. A. M. Lease and her little on, Burrell Duane, will start the ist of this week for a visit with .Irs. Lease's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jurrell, at Urbana. Edward Nortz, one of the propri- PAOTT .MINfl orwith, was accompanied by a Mr. Foley, who visited relatives at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lorenz drove to Soulh Dakota Saturday, to visit over the week-end with three sisters of Mrs. Lorenz. The Methodist Aid will meet with' Mrs. Raymond Hausen this week Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Carl Franzen assisting. The bake sale held by the Metho- disl. Aid at Kraus's store Saturday afternoon, netted ?5.30. Mrs. Matilda Ward, Burl, is visiting Mrs. George Benuer. Electrical Wiring and Repair Work JULIAN J. ARNDORFER Licensed Electrician 421 North Worster Street Phone 510 for your next job Public Sale In order to reduce our Brown Swiss purebred cattle herd we are offering at public auction the following at the farm a mile west on the paving and two miles south of Wesley on Tuesday, June 12 Sale starts at 1 o'clock Mrs. James Stacy was sick late last week and went to Algona the care of her niece, Mrs, John.' Schmidt, William Hahle spent Memorial day with relatives here. Lucile Dole went to the Bob Loss home early this week and will spend several days there. Guests at O. L. Miller's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 21 Head of Cattle Eight Milch Cows Ranging from three to nine years old, all produc-* ing milk. Fresh in late winter and early spring. One! 2-year-old and four yearling heifers. Three heifer calves eight months old. Four bull calves from 5 to 8 months old. ^ Three year-old herd buH fc A few spring calves. This herd is all registered and are purebreds. : Terms: Cash or see your banker. F. M. Wolf H. S. DUNCAN, Auct. EXCHANGE STATE BANK, Wesley, Clerk. ing a few days with her sister, Mrs R. A. Bartlett. Mr. fl-n.d Mrs. William Longstreet, Decorab, have been visiting relatives here. Mrs Timothy O'Brien spent the week-end with relatives at Bancroft, . Mrs Betty Langerman, Hampton, and her sister visited here Sun- ffhe steel for the new water tower arrived Saturday. . -. where post holes were being dug. [ -a Albert' always keeps his place ia.ss tiptop shape. He showed us what;.--! we believe is the best field of corn 5= in these parts, and be remarked ae that he followed the spring-tooth , harrow with the corn planter. He has two flowing wells in his pas- i -— ture, about 30 rods apart. plllllllllllUIIUIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIII^ $1.00 Old Age Pension TAX NOW DUE and Payable Before July 1 Every person 21 years of age or over is subject to this tax of $1.00 for the year 1934. This should be paid before July 1st. For your convenience there will be a representative from the treasurer's office at the banks or town hall in the following towns on the date given: Bancroft June 11 Swea City June 12 Titonka June 13 Lu Verne - w June 14 Whittemore June 15 Ledyard _ June 16 Wesley _ ,_ J un e 18 Burt _ „. June 19 Lakota „ 'June 20 Lone Rock . ,. 'June 21 Fenton 'June | M. J. DUFFY, County Treasurer We no- pounds weight coming from one of the flows, where she had been Ui a. tlced a sow of about 500

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