Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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PAGE BIGHT HANSENS HAVE A REUNION AT TOMJfOUNG'S Titonka, Sept. 5—A reunion was held at Tom Young's Sunday. Attending: Chris Hansens, Nels Nelsons, and Hale Plunkets, of Goldfield; the Clarence Hollys, of Min- ~-„ nesota; the Elmer Hansens, Brice- : Wednesday in honor of Mrs. E. A. lyn, Minn.; the Karl Hansens, Swea ', Schemel, who went to Hampton City; the Enniii Hansons, Lakota; j Fl 'iday to make her home. Guests the Ernest Hansens and Beryl Avere tne Mesdames R. H. Miller, Hansens, Rudd; Bess Hanson, of Mi J - stl 'eit, and E, C. McMahon. Goidfield; the Van Hansens, the] JIrs - R - J - Keen entertained her Hay, George, Gordon, and Alton "ridge club in honor of Mrs. Hansens, all of Titonka; the Lyle 'Schemel last week Wednesday Manns, of Burt; the Andrew Han- l nf ght. Mrs. H. W. Pletch won high Hansen, the soor e, and Mrs. Schemel received a Tliree Parties for Algoiiinns— Mrs. M. G. Norton and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained at a house party at the Norton cottage at the Okobojis last week Tuesday and Sunday Register reported a tea given recently by Charles Akre in honor of his engagement to Ann Bradfleld, Kansas City, former classmate at the State University of Iowa. sens, Mrs. Nelsina Charles Coopers, the Clarence Sift. After bridge refreshments Coopers. Charles Cooper; Mrs. ] were served. Rasmus Hanson, and the Andrew Mr - and Mrs - R- H. Miller and Petersons, all of Titonka. A picnic Mr> and Mrs - E ' C. McMahon dinner was brought, pictures were tertained _in honor of Mr. and Mrs. taken of the reunion. Schemel last Thursday night. The guests were taken to the Call the- Collepe Students to Leave— ater aftor which refreshments were Feme, daughter of R. L. Krantz, ' ser >'ed at the Miller home. Guests wer , leave next week for Sioux wero members of a birthday club. City to begin her freshman college I ... _ year at Morningside. Margaret Cal- A " ce Johnson Const Bride- lies will also leave next week for ' Frien ds of Alice Johnson, Berk- Iowa City to begin her freshman ' eley ' Cal 'f'. will be interested to year. AVillis Phelps will go next learn of ller marriage Saturday to week to Sioux City for his second Don Ja mes, of Berkeley. They were year at Morniugside. Alice and marri ed at Reno, Nev., and on their Harold Gartner will leave next return aft e>' the ceremony took week for Hibbing, Minn., where boat trip to San Francisco. They they will meet their parents. Har- wil1 live at Berkeley, old will attend his second year of Alice is tne daughter of Mr. and college there, and Alice his senior i Irs - Ci s - Johnson, Algona, her year in high school. Harold had father bein s an east State street his freshman year in college at srocer. After graduation from high Iowa City. Their father, the Rev. ] scll ° o1 she attended Drake uuiver- L. G. Gartner, is chaplain for the sity ' Des M °'nes. For the last seven CCC camp there. j years she has lived in California [She was graduated from the uni versity of California last spring. Mr. James is a lieutenant in the Other Society News. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet next week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. M. W. Ferguson. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdamcs H. J. Bacon, William Turner, Mary Smith, and Everett Lee. The 0. E. S. held its first meeting since the summer, vacation at the Temple Tuesday night. There was only a business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loreiiz and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith spent Sunday at the Okobojis, guests of the F. J. Manns. A Legion Auxiliary meeting scheduled for tomorrow night has been postponed till next week Friday night. .Woman's Summer Club Meets— The Woman's Summer club was entertained at Mrs. Frances Bud- I reserv 'e army, and is employed by long's last Thursday afternoon |the government as an auditor. He Hostesses were Mrs. Jay Budlong 1S also a S ra duate of the university Mrs. Harry Beed, Mrs. M. S Cra- of California. yen, Mrs. Lee 0. Wolfe, Mrs.' Fred T , Wentz, .Mrs. Carrie Torgerson and Jo ' lllson Family in Reunion— Mrs. H. E. ftachut. A social 'hour ' A Johnson family reunion was held and a lovely lunch served to 16 members. To Attend World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Herman was Rachut , was held at the Dolliver state park Fort Dodge, Sunday, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anderson sons Robert and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Jean and _ - .—*m *H*W*J,Ul, ' •»••""%** IOW 11 f OUtlil U.11U Jett Friday night for Chicago to ' Harry, Minnie, Harriett and Ma-spend a few days at the world's saret Anderson, Mr. and Mrs Iai . r - Tnev left their children with 'Henry Boettger and Annalee, all of neighbors, Stella with the W. F. ! Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. John Ander- iiamstreets, Helen with the Jim' 8011 ' son s Arnold and Vernon and uro^. -,„,, ».._.. , . __ Mr. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Sophia Anderson, Story City; Mr. and Mrs W. J. Hager, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Christiansen, Marion and Marjorie and Jo, all of Burdette; Mr. and Mrs Breens. and Mary Jean and Herman Jr. with relatives. Hazel Miller to be Xurse— , H azel_E., daughter of Mr. spring dated high school, Titonka. the Buffalo Console Algona; 1^ Cou^ns^eS Former Titonkian in Marines— A letter was received that John Gartner, son of the Rev. L. G. Gart- , and Emma L. Hager, Ottawa, 111. Plum Creek Club Meets— The first regular meeting of the ner, joined the marines' "a "lew PluT^ KaTTcut^ ffi he form of a children's picnic at the --- ' Call stationed in North Carolina. Oalled to Sont Dakota— Ambrose A. Call state park last week Wednesday, and was well at- t at Nellie Mc ' Assistant hostess, Kate Mrs. Eric Peterson was called tn '*f nde , d - Ganles an d stunts under the bedside of her father, W man £„ Al ™" m ° f , Mae Fitzgerald T. Vickerman, who is past 90 vears followed by a luncheon old, in Colman, S. D the first of planned and ser ™d by Ella Hutch- the week. ,i nrs ' assisted by Grace Phillips and I Maude Jergenson. The next rneet- i Other Titonka Jfews. ' mg ° f lrhe club win be held next Hazel Budlong and Mrs. Frances wlfm-to^ 1 Budlong, Mrs. Roy Budlong and McCorMe 3 ' daughter Dorothy, drove to Hamp- "er£a I um, Tn • ton Saturday to spend the day, wa s recre ation spots. thPrl DS T^vfhV^i 0 teach ? s scho °i luncheon Honors Coast Guest— theie. Edith Budlong and Charles Mrs. Wm. Ryno Fort Dodee en Beed returned with them Saturday tertained a group of Algonilus at n l ght ,-. Charles B ^d has been 1 o'clock luncheon at WrayTood weeks visit- in Fort Dodge two weeks ago to- XT ., , d PJ n honor of Mrs ' Fa y Hopkins, Neil, who of Glendale, Calif., who is visiting Minnesota here. After luncheon hours were during the summer, came Sunday spent visiting, and Mrs Ryno en- for a short visit with Violet Slack, tertained the women at supper at Niel will be a senior either at Ti- hnr Immo thm- ,, ir ,i,f r,.."'?! ... at STORM LAKE MAN WILL MANAGE SWEA CITY'SJEW BANK Swea City, Sept. 4—A. J. Bilsbor ough, Storm Lake, has accepted the position as manager of the new bank at Swea City. Mr. Bilsborough lately has been employed by thi state banking department. His ;pre vious banking experience was a' Marcus, where he was located for c number of years. Mr. and Mrs Bilsborough have one son, 12 years old, and they will move here as soon as a suitable residence available. Sivca City Woman Honored— Mrs. Ida Larson attended a Legion Auxiliary convention in Des Moines last week. Mrs. Larson was county chairman during the last vear and was honored with a gift of a gold medal in recognition of ler work as head of Kossuth activ- ties, which rated 100 per cent. Mrs. L. L. Lease, Wesley, was installed as county chairman for the coming year by the Des Moines convention. FAIR (Continued from page 1.) PICK-UP THRESHING NINES PLAY A GAME OFBALUTSUOE St. Joe, Sept. 6—Lotts Creek failed to appear on the St. Joe diamond Sunday for a ball game between that team and the Cardinals, so two pick-up threshing crews played, to the amusement of ball fans. They were the Plathc and Kirsch crews, and the Plathc crew won by a large margin. The losers set up the treats to the winners Sunday evening. In the game Vernon Plathe was stepped on by a player wearing spiked shoes and suffered a gash on the leg. Four Have Tonsils Out— Angela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | W |th attractive concessions. One o John Erpelding,' had her tonsil and adenoids removed one day las week at Fort Dodge. Rita, George and Germaine, children of Mr. ant Mrs .George Becker, had theirs re moved Saturday at Algona. To Attend Dubiiriuc School- Anita Stattleman accompanlec lier uncle, Jas. Schaller, of Wes Bend, and his daughter Angela tc Dubuqe Sunday, and Angela niained there to attend .school. grown-ups as well were surprised to see the tricks the huge animal performed. The Valentlnos trapeze work is excellent, and the McDonald Trio's bicycle act draws unusual commendation. Cortello's dogs are a most popular attraction, especially with the children. Cook & WIs- well's troubles with their obstreperous model T. Ford keep the grandstand in a 15-minute uproar of laughter. Concessions Trebled The midway this year is a revel ation. The area from the churc" stands all the way to the grand stand enclosure is literally packei MRS, J. F. O'CONNOR DIES flUI) VERNE Lu Verne ,Sopt. 5—Mrs, J. P. O'Connor died last Thursday' morning at her home, after an illness of five years, during the last three months of which she was bedfast. Mrs. O'Connor was born at Spring Lake 75 years ago on July 16. She was for some years a teacher in the public schools there, and later she lived at. Marlon, hut since 18!)0 Lu Verne and the vicinity had been her home. re ing relatives there. E. 0. Slack and son have been in northern senior either at Ti tonka or Lakota. The last band concert her home that night. ,Mrs. Wm. Hawcott, her sister Bess of the Hopkins, Mrs. L. C: Pugh and Mrs season was held Saturday night. Louis Bode. Mrs. Ryno i's the for-' Next week Collins, of Algona, will mer Valeria Lamuth, daughter of come and teach music on any in- Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth strument to students in school ^<"uiuu. here. Emily Rosewall is Married— William Schram, who shipped Friends here of Emily Rosewall several carloads of stock to Chi- Iowa City, have learned of her eago, rode on the stock train to manage March 1 to A. Carroll Ca- Chicago Saturday night to spend a nil1 - Iowa City, formerly of Stuart, few days on business. Mr. Cahill is conected with the law Archie Cook and Jack and Peter firm of Messer & Nolan and ex- Woodsworth, all of Sioux City, pects to take state bar examination came Saturday to spend a few days in October. Mrs. Cahill, the daugh- visiting at Roy Budlong's and ter of Mrs. Chas. Rosewall here Edith Budlong's. ihas for the last several years been Clifford Johnson and Joe Wib- stenographer for an Iowa City law ben Jr. are helping R. L. Krantz firm fill silo at Swea City. They have ,, „ ,, been filling silo there for the past 1 '" mve11 ™r Glenn Ditswortli— week. | Glenn Ditsworth left Saturday for Doyle, son of M. S. Craven who Rocl > el) e, 111., to begin teaching has been working in the CCC camp English and Latin in the Compton at Charles City, returned home ' n '£h school. A farewell party was Saturday for a visit. ' - - - Mrs. Henry Sonnenberg lost Drought Cattle Are Taken— Drought cows are being fed by armers around Swea City, and some 150 head were shipped in roni Pierre, S. D., and are to be tept on rough feed till next March, -lenry Schuler has 110 head. John lurlburt and Loyd Stevens have 15 lead apiece. Farmers get $1 a lead per month till January 1, and 1.50 a head thereafter for keeping he cows on rough feed. ormer Teacher Here Married— Blanche Paulson, former instruc- or in the Swea City schools, was narried last week Friday to J. T. Vestly at the home of her par- nts in Forest City. The bridegroom s high school band and orchestra nstructor in Forest City. Other Swea City. E. E. Richards, Spencer, has been cting relief agent at the Rock Is- and station the past week. Agent F. Mitchell is at home with tin attack of influenza. The Thursday club will resume its meeting again after an all summer vacation. The first meeting will be September 20 with Mrs. Jos. M. Dye. Walter McCrary, his mother Mrs. Jennie McCrary, and grandmother, Guests were I Mrs. W. C. Barger, spent the week- horse one day was badly cut /once. last week when it in a barbed wire Wilbur and Kathryn Schram and Mrs. August Schram spent a week ago Tuesday in Mason City on business. Mrs. Fremont Faul and daughter Faith .spent last Thursday in Mason City on business. Mrs. Howard French spent last Thursday in Fort Dodge on business. County C. E. Rally to Be Held Sunday Lu Verne, Sept. 5—A county Christian Endeavor rally is to be held at the Lu Verne Presbyterian church next Sunday afternoon and evening. There will be special music furnished by the various C. E. organizations in the county, also talks on current problems for young people. Laurence Bash, president of the state organization, is scheduled to give addresses afternoon and evening. A pot luck lunch will be served at 5:30. Joseph Skow, Wesley, is county president. Hurt Oldtimer is 81. Burt, Aug. 29—A family group gathered at G. C. Allen's Sunday to celebrate the 82nd birthday of Ed Chafee, Mrs. Allen's father. Attending: the Edwin Aliens, Iowa Falls, the Elmer Kienitzes, Lakota, the Clifford Holdings, Wilfred Chafee, and L. R. Daniels. given in his honor at his mother Mrs. Earl Dean's last week Sunday evening, and out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stumbo and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellis, Renwick, and the Nellis daughter Rose Mary. Lucille Olson is Married— Lucille Olson became the bride of Edwin Johnson Wednesday evening, August 15, the Rev. E. L. Swanson, Malmo, Neb., performing the ceremony and witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson. The bride has been employed at the Titus lunch room Ihrse years and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are now managing the lunch room and the lips oil station. Phil- 1). A. K. to Meet Tuesday— The D. A. R. will meet next Tuesday with Ella Thompson, and the prpgram will consist of vacation notes, led by Mrs. Edith Buchanan, and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson will give a report of the national convention. Assisting hostesses follow: Mesdames Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. Emily Griggs, and Mrs. Julia Brace. Dance at Shelter House— Virginia Morck entertained 20 couples at a dancing party at the Ambrose A. Call state park shelter house last Thursday night. Virginia's mother, Mrs. C. W. Morck, and Mrs. T. L. Larson chaperoned. After dancing refreshments were served. Tea Announces Engagement— A column of news about former lowans at Washington, D. C., which was published in the Des Moines end {it Boone, attending a family reunion, J. P. Frakes, with his sons R. V. and William, of Fairmont, Minn., attended a Frakes reunion at Webster City a week ago Sunday. The Rev. John Siemens, of Hastings, Minn., former pastor here, held revival meetings at the Baptist church last week. Abandoned School Reopened— The rural school south of Miki Wiltgen's is reopening this yea for the first time in several years There are six children attending. Marriage Banns Are Published— Banns of marriage were pub lished Sunday for the first time a St. Joseph's church for Henry M Ziemet and Marie Gisch. School Dismissed for Fair— The St. Joseph parochial schoo' will have this week Wednesday afternoon free for the county fair, Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and Annette. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer, and Amanda Thul left last week Wednesday for a week with relatives at Owatonna and Claremont, Minn. Urban Lentsch has returned from Winfred, S. D. He left a week ago vith relatives, the McDonalds, who lad been here, visiting. Urban is n the employ of Andrew Erpeld- ng. John Reiling and Ted Hilbert left ast week Tuesday for a trip to the Jlack Hills and other points in South Dakota. They were expect:d home early this week. The Thomas Devines moved to Evermore last Thursday. They lave the Clans house in the north iart of town. Genevieve Gisch is helping with lousehold duties at the Sisters' ome during the absence of Sr. M. Claudia. St. Joe was well represented at the oldtime concessionaries ob served that the Kossuth fair hac more concessions than any fair h had ever before set up in. J. A Raney, in charge of concessions estimates that there are threi times the normal number. The fair has also been stampedet by exhibitors. Two large tents had to be set up north of the stock barns to care for the overflow cattle and calves, and more thai 100 head arc quartered outside reg ular exhibition space. Floral hall exhibits are above standard, and there are many at tractive business booths. Good Features Coming 1 . Yesterday's ball games had to be called off because of the rain, bu Tuesday Lotts Creek and Titonka fought a thrilling battle. Titonka got a bad first inning, when a two- bagger brought in two Lotts Creek scores and another was added to make the final score 3-0 in favor of Lotts Creek. Two novelties at the fair pleasing the crowds. The are high school band played for the free attractions Tuesday, and made an exceptionally creditable showing in executing difficult music. The evening show was augmented by he addition of Kossuth talent, and he work of local dancers, acrobats, and singers drew enthusiastic applause. Horse Racing Ends Today. Today brings the close of the lorse racing, with the 2:14 trot, ho 2:17 pace, and the county run. regular entertainment program will be given on the hippo- rome platform afternoon and ivening, and Fenton and Bode will ilay ball at 1 p. in., Bancroft rneet- ng Algona at 3 p. m. Tomorrow brings the automobile aces, with Sig Haugdahl, Emory Collins, of Canada, Ted Hartley, In- ianapolis, Roy Lake, San Franisco, Buddy Galloway, Indianapo- is, Shano Fitzgerald, Chicago, and thers at the wheels of special Vmerican and foreign-built cars. Schumacher-Zinnel wedding These races are under the manage- ance at West Bend last Thursday vening. The Rev. George Theobald re- urned last Thursday from a ten- ay vacation in northern Minneota. John B. Reding went to domes last week Wednesday Des and rove home a new Chrysler sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, ment of Alex Sloan, promoter of state fair races at Des Moines and Minneapolis, the racers stopping here between the state fairs. Plane Contest Tomorrow. Also tomorrow there will be a novelty for fair patrons in the model airplane contest, which will take place on the infield. In try- ear Livermore, we~r"e~visrto7s"Fri-I ? uts a s a inst time Saturday a nura- ay evening at Thomas Becker's. I , of P Ianes flew fr °m home Mrs. John Freilinger returned plate on the bal1 dia ™ond till they landed in trees near Floral hall. This contest is sponsored by the Advance, and nearly 50 boys were on hand Saturday, the planes ranging from the small experimental planes to large cabin models. One Mrs. O'Connor was married in 1901, and her husband survives. Funeral services were held at the home Saturday afternoon, Rev. L. Wittenburg, of the Lutheran church, officiating. From out of town attending were Mrs. Mary Henderson, Mrs. Bocock, daughter Beverly, Mrs. Charles Snodgrass, Pearl Sorenson, Mrs, Earl Henderson, and Sherman Henderson, all of Fort Dodge; Mrs. Rose Shannon, daughter Florence, and Walter Reardon, Dubuque; and Mrs. Mary Murray, Mason City. * Helmuth Huenhold Attends National Meet of Florists August Huenhold and his sons Helmuth and Alvin drove to Booue Friday, and Helmuth there boarded the train for Denver, where he is this week attending a national convention of the Florists Tele- raphic Delivery association. He is expected home this week-end. This train was a special, and there were 17 coaches. The train stopped at Boone six hours to be entertained by the state florists association as a welcome to Iowa he program taking place at The Ledges state park and Governoi Herring being a speaker. At the Denver convention Helmuth is taking short courses on reenhouse management and the irt of decorating with flowers. THURSDAY LEGAL NOTICES arly last week from several days nth relatives at Stacyville. Clarence and Agnes Wiltgen left or Des Moines Sunday to visit heir sister, Mrs. Fraser. The George Schallers attended a challer-Marnack family reunion t West Bend 1 Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Neilsen, near ttosen, spent Sunday at William ammer's. I on Several farmers here have had elephones reconnected the last vo weeks. John Becker and' John Zeller are aving the buildings on their farms epaintedl Viola Mueller, Whtttemore, is mployed at Mike Reding's. carries a parachute which is released when the plane has flown a set distance, and the parachute floats to earth as the plane goes Teucftes at EIngsted. Evelyn Bode went to Ringsted unday to teach- English, music, nd dramatic art in high school, he is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bode, of Flam Creek town- hip. Patterson Speaker at Manly, Waterloo Sen. Geo. W. Patterson stopped briefly at Algona Monday morning, en route to Manly, north of Mason City, where he was to give a campaign address at 11 a. m. He was billed for a speech the same day at Waterloo. Mr. Patterson said he had spoken recently at other points m eastern Iowa and had found political sentiment generally favorable to the republican ticket. WINTER RYE FOR SALE. — Jens Sorensen, Algona. 7U51-52 USED BICYCLE FOR J. Esarcy, Burt. SALE.—S. 7p51 FOR SALE—BLACK FACE buck- good ewe.—C. E. Detrick, Algona. lluSl FOR SALE—SORREL COLT 4 yrs. old, sound; corn picker. — Wm. Durant. 10p51 TRAVELERS VACATION accident tickets.—Phone 55, Algona Insurance Agency. 9u47tf WANTED TO BUY—ENGINE OR tractor hay press.—Call or write the Advance, 13p51 STEWART TRUCK, ton, for , sale.— R. T. Angus Jr., Bancroft, Lone Rock phone 1002. 13p51 WANTED TO BOARD AND ROOM high school girls.—Mrs. Chas. Clement. 405 S. Jones. 14u51-52 SPECIAL REDUCTION ON NEW Remington Portable typewriters this week.—Inquire Advance. tf GETS THE CREAM—VEGA Separators, $77.50 Users - biggest boosters.—See Bjustrom's, Algona. 12u31tf WE HAVE A LIMITED AMOUNT of money to loan on Algona property at 5%.— Phone 65, C. R. La Barre. 19u47tf SECOND HAND REMINGTON Monarch standard typewriter for sale. A bargain for $12.—Inquire Advance. f HELLO FOLKS—I NOW HAVE 2 more brown Swiss bulls at serviceable age for sale.—Roy Depew, West Bend. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY wants general and local agents.— For information write Jos. M. Fouts, 1444-4th St., Des Moines. 16p51-52 ?2.00 ONE YEAR INSURES YOUR truck against broken car or glass, windshield Phone 55, Algona Agency. included.— Insurance 18u47tf WANTED—MEN TO REPRESENT the Zoyt Harness company in exclusive farmer territory .Must have car.—Write P. A. Boyt, 212 Court ave., Des Moines. 22g51 SCHOOL CHILDREN — Get yourself a new Remington Portable typewriter before school begins. Special reduction this week on new machines.—Inquire Advance. tf ARE YOU GOING TO COLLEGE? Then you must have a typewriter. Seven models in Remington Portables to pick from. Prices from $19.50 to $79.50.—Inquire Advance. tf WE WISH TO THANK OUR many friends for their beautiful floral offerings and kind words of sympathy in the death of our wife and mother.—J. B. Johnston and chil- dren - ' 50p51 STEADY WORK — GOOD PAY— Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital needed. Write today.—McNESS C., Dept. B, Freeport, 111. 23p51 HUNTING SEASON OPENS SOON —And what a break! You can get top quality shells at LOWEST right in the center of the best chicken, duck and pheasant country. 33-51 LIBERAL TERMS TO RIGHT MAN in choice territory as sales representative for Wisconsin's Greatest Nursery. No delivering or collecting. Healthy work with good Pay in a business of your own. Stock Northern grown, with liberal ™ established 30 years.-Write McKay Nursery Company, Madison, Wisconsin. - - _ . __ 50 (3w) CROP SHORTAGE - PROMISES big grinding season. "j ay Bee Portable Mill grinds on the Makes fir, f, - Jay Bee" grinds onstration, etc. ™ The Paseo, 71p49-51 PILES on SuMe ™ r » shoul <i F. ;er, and to call M. D., chronic specialist in rectal a. m., to 3:30 p. m . VOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3871. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, s. In District Court September erm, 1934. o All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting 0 be the last Will and Testament f Aselia H. O'Connor, deceased, ated March 31st, 1,932, having been lis day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 1st day of Octo- er, 1934, is fixed for hear- ng proof of same at the ourt House in Algona, lowa.before he District Court of said County, r the Clerk of said Court; and at 1 o'clock a. m., of the day above nentioned all persons interested re hereby notified and required ) appear, and show cause if any hey have, why said instrument hould not be probated and allow- d as and for the last Will and 'estament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Septern- er 4, 1934. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan , Attorneys. 5\-\ NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3870. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, September term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of A. D. Richards, deceased, dated March 7, 1912, bavin* been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 1st day of October, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county, or the Clerk of said Court- and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause m T t 116 ^ bave . why said instru- Sn« *? not be l )rob ated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased be?* 1931 AlB ° na ' IOWa> S6ptem E. j. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Shumway & Kelly. Attorneys. n Department Here's Good Ne Ws an Autumn of Misses' sizes 14 to 20 Women's s izes 36 to 50 $ Women who appreciate styled garments at a price within reason will welcome this spechl selling. The extra wear of these garments is made possible by the expert workmanship and qual j ty fabrics featured in these dresses. 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