Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1937 · Page 10
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PQE TEN AT SWEA CITY BY LUTHERANS /. Swea City, Sept. 13— A fine class « young people was confirmed at U»e Immanuel Lutheran church a week ago Sunday. They are Kath- *yn Anderson, Ruth Anderson, H*1en Morris Berggren, Elaine Bexell, Johnson, Earl Kvamsdale, Rndolph Lundquist, Dorothy Nelson, Darlene Pehrson, Doris Roalson, Kathryn Skromme, Kenneth Anderson, Wallace Anderson, Marten Berggren, Chester Fagerland, j » e , r , Jollnson . Harry Larson, Se Sell Martinson, Ray Pehrson, Wai Sace Peterson, Irene Selberg, Dori Thoreson. The public examination •was held the preceding Friday *nd a communion service held in connection with the confirmation Bojs Enjoy Train Ride- Donald and Doris Nelson, aged nine and six years respectively returned a week ago Sunday from a Tery pleasant two weeks vacation at the farm home of their uncle and aunt, the Lester Stoners, near Waterloo. Their vacation started TrtUi their first train ride, with lunch on the train, and ended with » family picnic at Hampton, where they were met by their Mr. and Mrs. George K. Nelson and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Watson, of Forest Oty. Chief of the many thrills experienced on the farm seems to Aavc been driving a tractor, although t^ey rode horseback and also attended Ringllng's circus COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGOttA, IOWA SCHOOL BELL RINGS AGAIN AT WEST BEND School Opened Monday— School opened a week ago Monday morning with about the same number in the high school as in previous years. Ninety upper classmen had registered a week ago Saturday. A fine teaching staff Jws been chosen by the board, and all indications point to a good school for 1937-38. There are three sew teachers in the high school and one in the grades. New teachers are Mr. Niemeier, of Armstrong -Miss Crumb, Miss Doris New-' strand, of Dayton, and Agnes Dieson, Bancroft. Barbers Have Meeting— Kossuth barbers held their August meeting in the V. L. Nelson shop in Swea City a week ago Monday night. Present were James Nordahl and Clarence Theesfield « Fenton; Russ Brady, Whittemore; Elmer Hartshorn, Algona- Henry Sherman, Wesley; Charles Baker, Bancroft; Roy Higley, Led- 2£ard; Marvin Baum, Lakota; and v. L. Nelson and Herman Bowman Swea City. Mr. Sherman, Wesley, » president of the association, and -Knss Brady, Whittemore, is secretary. 9Two Tfeeks Vacation Trip- Mr, and Mrs. Earl Hansen, ac- aompanied by Mrs. Hansen's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs George Benz, of Fort Dodge, and a aiece, Carol Cruikshank, of Hurn- fcoldt, left for a two weeks vacation irip in their new Dodge. Mrs. Min- aue Jensen and Mike Pearson are an charge of the store during the •absence of the Hansens. Seneca Farmer is Bead Jerry Drinnan, well known Sen- aoa farmer, died at his home last Thursday afternoon of cancer of the liver. Funeral services were Jeld at the home Saturday, and tonal was at the Fish cemetery in Seneca. FRANK TELLIER WED COAST LETTER SAYS Mrs. Nellie G. Bowyer, Hollywood, Calif., writes: Frank Telller's first wife died three years ago, after several years of invalidism. She was a member of a colony from Scotland which in the 70's settled at Emmetsburg. it was headed by Lord Peddy. They took up many' sections of land, but the state passed a law allowing foreigners only a limited quantity of land, so the acreage was broken up. The Blairgowrie farm was a part of it, and Capt. Saunders was one of the leaders. The foregoing is introductory to , , • an account of the marriage of F F l economlcs : Harry Potfenberger, Tellier, Storm Lake, low!? to Do, nnmmp "" nl - ""'"" " " '--'Holman, Mason City, which appear ed in a recent Issue of the For Dodge Messenger, and the cere mony took place at the E. H. John son home at Fort Dodge. The mar riage was a society event. The Fort Dodge paper says Mr lellier is associated with a firm doing business at Storm Lake He is a member of the schoo board and a Rotarian. The newlyweds have been at home at Storm Lake since July 1. The new Mrs Tellier is a state university graduate and she pursued postgraduate studies at Chicago University and Columbia university, New York .TUESDAY West Bend, Sept. 6—The public schools opened last week Monday with a large enrollment. The teaching staff consists of Supt. A. R. McMillan; Margaret Hellman, music; Fay Layne, geography and English; Grace Marek, English and dramatics; Gerald Agard, coach and history; Virgil Biddings, agriculture and Smith- Hughes; Ralph icience; Mabel Campbell, Dlnsmore, band, homo ioning at Sheldon and at Mitchell, 5. D. Virginia Molan returned last veek to Swea City after having pent the summer with her uncle nd aunt at Wyndmere, N. D She eports a fine vacation. The Swea City band played at nterlaken a week ago Sunday af- ernoon and evening for the Mardi Cras, or two-day closing carnival. Irene Molan spent Sunday at the parental home celebrating her birthday. She is employed at the Coleman hospital at Estherville The Rev. and Mrs. R. p. Bronle- wee were dinner guests of Grandma Barger and Mrs. Jennie McCrary Wednesday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. R. p. Bronle- wee were at Fort Dodge a week ago Monday attending a ministerial meeting. Walter Smith was a business commercial; Helen Brandt, kinder garten; Elvira Nelson, first grade Winifred Watldns, second grade Irene Schuildthubor, third grade Leona Gibbons, fourth grade Frances Chambers, fifth grade Dell Minger, sixth grade. Other teachers from this vicinity have started their schools: lantha Gearhart, near Fenton; Lela Frel- den, Ayrshire; Ruth Blair, the Louis Zinnell school; Mae Stiles Ray Watson school; Augusta Buttemore, Center school; Quentin Kongsback, West Brand, music; Gezina Schutter, Wesley; Flossie Stagman, Ottumwa. Crismnns Back to Cednr Falls- Mrs. Grace- Crisman and her daughter Mary Jane went to Cedar Falls, Thursday, after three months vith Mrs. Crisman's mother, Mrs. da Williams. Mrs. Crisman again Mmlonna Qiilnn Weds Tomorrow- Madonna Quinn and Roland White will be married tomorrow at 11 a. m. at the local Catholic rectory, Father Ahmann officiating in a single-ring ceremony. Mrs. Charles A. du Charme II, Grosse Point Farms, Mich., will be matron of honor, with the- bride's brother-in-law, Joel M. Horbst, as bast man. The bride will be attired in a brown wool costume suit trimmed with Baranduki fur, with brown accessories, and she will wear a shoulder bouquet of talisman roses. The matron of honor will wear rust crepe gown trimmed In Persian lamb, with black accessories, and will have a shoulder corsage of Johanna Hill roses. The immediate family and relatives will be the only guests. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast will be served for the brida party at the Blue Room at the Hotel Algona. , The bride is the daughter of Mrs. M. J. Quinn, Algona. In 1931 she attended the state university and was affiliated with the Kappa Al)ha Theta sorority. In 1934-35 she attended the State Teachers col- ege and was a member there of the 3elta Phi Delta sorority. For the caches near Cedar Falls, and Mary p Jane is a senior in the Cedar Falls I n ast two years she has been theater cashier for the Algona Theatre Florence Picht, of Shell Rock visited relatives and friends here last week. A son was brim August 21 to Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen. Strikers Stone an Ex-Irvington Youth Irvington, Sept. 6—Lewis Egel who is employed by the Flint Cab Co., writes that he is having labor troubles. When he began work he refused to join a union, for he intended to go to work in a manufacturing plant soon. He quit the job, but later re-considered, on ad- vcie of his boss, and became a union man. But in a short time the employes of the company went on strike, and Lewis was again out of work. The manager urged Lewis to drive a cab for him, offering hgiher wages, and Lewis accepted. Since then he has been attacked by strikers. Heaving rocks and letting air out of tires is part of the strikers' strategy. Fare-well I'urt.v is Given- Friends of Marjorie Lundquist xnei at the park for a farewell party in her honor a week ago Thursday. Marjorie left a week ago Sunday for Minneapolis to take a course in beauty culture. Other Swea City. Hale. Inman and five children risited at Martin Chrlstensen's a week ago Sunday. They had been visiting here and at Bancroft for several days, un d were on their way back to their home near Aberdeen, N. D. Mr. Inman is a son-in- law of Mr. and .Mrs. Chrlstensen. Mrs. Inman died three years ago The Goo. K. \olson and G. D. •Curtis families drove to Des Moines test week Tuesday for a couple of siays at the state fair. While there Mr. and Mrs. Curtis selected fixtures for the new residence which they will build on their lots just •Bast of tho Vic Nelson home More Horses Sick in Union Township Union Twp., Sept. 6— Sleeping sickness in horses is increasing igh school. Trs. Trnnb Has Operation- Mrs. August Traub was taken to r ort Dodge last week Suesday and lad an operation for tumor. She is eported recovering. Her daugh tors Mary and Leah have been with her, Teacher's Sister Critically Sick- Harry Poffenberger, teacher in the local high school, was called to Oakdale Friday by word of the serious sickness of a sister. Looks After Montana Farm— W. H. Daubendiek and Bob Kinkade left for Montana Wednesday. Mr. Daubendiek went to look after a farm he owns there. Mrs. Goliltrap to Hospital— Mrs. William Goldtrap was taken to Mason City Thursday for medical treatment. Other West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauers, with the Bauer son, left Friday for visits with relatives at Artesian an Woonsocket, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson Charlene and Clifford, and th grandson, John Munson, attende a circus at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek returne Saturday from Des Moines, wher she had spent a few days at th state fair. Mrs. Delia Falb and her daugh ter, Mrs. Hazel Farrel, came Sat urday for the week-end at John Schurg's. Mrs. Joel Seversike, Cambridge came Friday to help care for her mother, Mrs. Anna Harris, who i sick. Maxine Hoffert got home Thurs- here as new cases are reported. •IT*-,.. ...^ '^-I'WiLCU, \\illiam Dodds has three affected, and Jens Sorensen also has three Mr. Sorensen lost one horse Claude Dearchs has lost two. Cases were reported last week-end at Charles Heerdfs, O. A. Campney's and Roy Sarchets, also at the Robert Loss farm. The rendering works cannot handle the large number of dead horses, and farm ers are having to bury or other wise dispose of carcasses. Four-H Tekm Wins State Fair Ribbon Portland, Sept. 6—Virginia Trenary and LaVonne Ringsdorf Kossuth's champion .J-H demonstration team, were in the red ribbon J , aSt , W6ek at the state f a"-leader, Letha Mann, coached day from Detroit, where she had spent a month with relatives. Jennie Comer and Enid and Russell Doyle were business visitors at Emmetsburg Saturday. Mrs. Elmer Larson spent a few days last week with her parents at Rolfe. Maxine Peterson has returned to : fcer li week.- ' ---- -~ -.*"tii., ^.uticiltiu them tins summer on their demon- Dressing T r h. tl0 v- n A. K onu after sev e,,l ne aniorle ' " ncle and aunt - and Miss ., • — vmu tt U11 L i the August X. Petersons. Mrs Peterson entertained for her at a lawn party recently and a large crowd af young people enjoyed games and refreshments. The Methodist Aid will mee t Wednesday at the church basement with Mesdames William Thompson, y. J. Ihompson, and Virgil Moore AS hostesses. Devotions will be led Jjy Mrs. C. E. Rohlin, and -m,,*;* the ii h - ll be furnished by Mrs. William Chnstensen. Phyllis Hammond and Arzelle eaces i Portland township Dist No. 8. More Sleeping Sickness Cases. Portland, Sept. 6— Clarence and Orville Crough lost a horse apiece Ihursday from sleeping sickness Other cases in this vicinity are reported. Armstrong Mr and Mrs. Irvin Baumann and UC*n T) n«i n 1 rl 1_^i 1 . - *-Mi*V4 2^.'^"«?SX C SK S"™"" 1 "" - -* tag Lettie Marie Osterman, who is recovering from an appendectomy performed there. Lettie Marie is a mece of Mrs. Marvin Uhr. A son was born Wednesday to morning on an extended trip to the west coast. Mrs. Baumann will be remembered as the former Bernice Irmiter, daughter of the H M Ir Boy Breaks Elbow in Fall Off P on y Fenton, Sept. G—Donald Stigman, «, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Stigman, fell from a pony Friday after school, and one of his arms was broken at the elbow. The- bone, punctured a blood vessel causing a large blood blister He was taken to Doctor McCreery at Whittemore, then to Fort Dodee -_ Fort Dodge, wiiere the bone was set by Doctor Knowles, a specialist. Paralysis Victim in Union Improve Union Twp. Sept. 6—Donald 6 son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Reik en, was taken ill last week Mon day with infantile paralysis, but i improving rapidly under a ne^ method of treatment. It is though that he will not be permanently The bridegroom, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White, of Iowa Falls, attended the state university in 1931-32 and was graduated from the State Teachers college in 1936. Last year he attended the university's law college. He Is a member of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity at the I. S. T. C. the social Lambda Gamma Nu and of the law Phi Delta Ph fraternity at the university. After a short wedding trip the bridal couple will be at home at Des Moines, where the bridegroom will attend the Drake law college Kediiifrs in Family Reunion— An annual Reding family reun- on took place Sunday at the St Joseph parish hall, and pot-luck dinner and supper were served Attending: The John Redings, St. Joe; the James Redings, Algona; the Mike Redings, Lu Verne; the Peter Red- ngs, Bode; the Frank Capesius amily, Algona; the Henry Thilges amily and the Andrew Redings Jttosen; the Nick Redings, Whittemore; the Adam Redings, Rodman- the William Redings, the Matt Kirsches, and the Julius Cape«ius family, Bode; the Lewis Redings, and the Stephen Devines, Algona. burg, Ruth Roland, Ida Halpln, Leona Lichter, and Elizabeth Nugent. The bride-to-be received many gifts. Mrs. du Charme II, formerly Mary Janice Rice, will entertain tonight at a buffet supper at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice, honoring Donna, Joint Reunion nt Fort JJodgc— A Johnson-Anderson reunion was held at the Olson park, Fort Dodge, Sunday, and attending were: Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, daughter Jean, son Harry, Margaret, Harriett, and Minnie Anderson, oil of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hager, daughter Emma, Mr. and Mrs. Juin Cousin, son Richard, daughter Helen, all of Alden; Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, sons Vernon and Arnold, and Mr. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Sophia Anderson, all of Story City; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cosgrove, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. J. A; Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch, and the Uroh son Albert, nil of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Irvington, daughters Marjorie and Vera; and as guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Owen, Alden; and Viola Hess, fiancee of Bob Anderson, son of L. H. Anderson. Algona had the largest delegation Bvery Aid provided ft number 01 tho program, and L. G-. Wlllson, Al gona read some original verso. Yonnpr Folks Go Skating— Thirty-eight young people from the Algona Presbyterian Christian Endeavor society took part In recent skating party at Tltonka M. A. Burbank chaperoned In tho absence of the Rov. C. Paul Carlson. Other Society. The Methodist W. F. M. S. will meet at the church next week Thursday, This will be a postponed meeting to avoid conflict with the fair. The Birthday Circle met last evening at Mrs. M. P. Haggard's for a picnic supper in honor of Mrs. W. A. Foster's anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Hovey attended a family dinner Sunday at the homo of Mrs. Hovey's brother, Arthur Pehrson, Swea City. + Wrede's Grocery at Burt in New Hands Burt, Sept. C—Enos Wredo, who had conducted a grocery store here three years, has sold It to A. H. McMullin, May City, who takes possession this week Monday. Mr. Wredo has not decided what to do and will take a couple of months' vacation be-fore beginning any new work, during which time he and Mrs.Wrede will make an extensive :rip. George Bormanns, Bode; the Peter Bormanns, Livermore; tho Harold Redings, the Ralph Redings, the Alfred Redings, and the Orvilie Wagners, all of Bode; Ildw. Besch- es, Whittemore; the John B Red- mgs, Irvington; the James Wey- derts, Bode; the Bernard Devines Livermore; the John Weyderts Algona; Dr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius, Algona. Mrs. Kate Peck, West Bend; Mrs. Clara Walker, Algona, and her family; Peter C. Reding, Monterey, Minn.; Irene Capesius, Mason City; and John Reding Jr Wilmette, 111. This was a total of almost 3i families. The committee in chargi consisted of the Mesdames Jame Reding, John Weydert, and Mat irsch. Legrlan Auxiliary Opens Scnson- The first Legian Auxiliary meeting of the year was held Friday evening, 38 attending. The program was in charge of Leola Zeigler, and was as follows: Three cornet solos by Dr. G. D. Walrath and two vocal solos by Mrs. Geo. C. Vance, both accompanied at the )iano by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and two piano selections by Joyce Sterling. A highlight of the program was a report on the recent Ottumwa convention by Eleanor Fraser. Bridge was played following the program, Mrs. Hugh Post winning high prize. A door prize was won by Mrs. C. W. Morck. Dues were paid, and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer was given a free membership. Refreshments were served, with Mrs. Glen Roland in charge. Post-Nuptial Shower Given— Mesdames Arthur Ward, Floyd Gardner, and Orville Gardner en- :ertained at a post-nuptial shower Friday afternoon for Mrs. Donald Gardner, formerly Irma Dee Roupe. A unique gift presentation scheme ivas employed. Pink and white streamers were hung over a roum able from a light fixture, and at ached to each streamer was £. >ell on which anniversary ryhmei vere written, also miniature ob iccts representing wedding anni ALGONA Markets The John Bormanns and the nivers aries. such as a clothes pin Graiizow is Bride— Arlene L. Oranzow and Lester ; M nyon were married Saturdaj t 2:30 p. m. at the Little Brown hurch in the Vale at Nashua the tev. William Kent officiating in a ingle-ring ceremony. Bernice Deine, Algona, was maid of honor nd Lloyd Tone, Estherville, best lan. a ma- affected. Four Horses are Sick. Irvington, Aug. 20 — Carl Seip ..corge Wagner, John Weber am Robert Skilling, all in the Irving on neighborhood, have horses af- licted with sleeping sickness Union miters. Oilsdorfs three sons. Mrs. Gilsdor ft-as Esther Anderson, daughter o Mr and Mrs. J. J. Anderson. The Ole Molan family drove to Boone a week ago Sunday to visi Mrs. Molan's mother, Mrs C L Luidgreii. Mrs. Lindgren will be remembered here as Mrs. John .finders. Supt. A. H. Schueler, Druggist Cecil Griffith, and Bobby Berggren returned last week Tuesday after two days fishing at Lake Keronis Mum., bringing some fine northern pike. ^^*™ l : s - J° ha A ' Erickson . to Sheldon Sunday to visit a sister, and to bring home their daughter Jean, who has been vaca- ing in Charles City, where they wil open a dry goods store September J. L) til, Mr. and Mrs. John Haisman are parents of a boy, born August 27 Mrs. Haisman is the former Mildred Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Elliott and son, Swea City, visited friends and relatives here Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Mrs. J. V. Burkhead is slowly improving from injuries suffered in an auto accident a week ago Sunday evening. Her husband and son Jesse were also with her, but were not injured. The Armstrong school opened Monday with a staff including four new teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett pent last week with relatives in llinois. Harold Dearchs was dong the chores. The school in No. 4 opened this week Monday, with a Miss Knutsen as teacher. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knutsen. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Campney and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona, spent a few days at the state fair. Rudolph Will threshed on his farm near Jackson, Minn., last week Tuesday and Wednesday, and Mrs. Will, the daughter Alice, and Mrs. Louis Bode cooked for threshers. . . - the The tenant's wife died last January. The oats averaged 65 bushels. A threshers' settle up meeting was held at the N. J. Krieps home Friday evening. Cards were played at six tables, and high scores were von by Frank Hofius and George Crieps, low by Mrs. Chris Knutsen. ce cream and a generous vas served. lunch The bride was attired in ogany semi-fitted triple-length ress, with black accessories, and er corsage was of ivory talisman oses and baby breath. The brides- aid wore a green dress with green ccessories, and her corsage was of mall pastel flowers. ,' M '\ and Mrs. Albert Granzow the brides parents, entertained the bridal party at dinner at Charles oity after the ceremony, and the newlyweds then went to Dubuque where they remained till Monday when they returned to Algona. They are living in the C. W. Bergfield apartments at 322 S. Thorington. The bridegroom is the son of T»» rn ^ • i.**** 0\Jtl \JL Mrs. Tom Peacock, Dubuque, and and is bookkeeper for Cowan & Son. He is a 1933 graduate of the Dubuque high school. The bride was graduated from the Algona high school in 1935, and has since been employed as office clerk for the Chamber of Commerce and the new credit bureau. Party Honors Eleanor Nortonr- Mrs. E. A. Schemel and Mrs. A. . Kresensky entertained at 7 o'clock dinner and bridge party last Thursday evening at the former's home in honor of Eleanor Norton, who left Saturday to resume teach- ng at St. Paul. Covers were laid for nine guests, who were Mesdames H. M. Hauberg, M. J. Streit, Roy Keen, R. H. Miller, M. G. Norton, Fred Kent, Joel Herbst, and Antone Johnson. Mrs. Keen won high at bridge. Miss Norton presented with a guest prize. Showers for Madonna Quinn— Bernice Harrington and Mrs. H. B. White enetrtained last evening at a shower at the former's home lononng Donna Quinn, who will be married Wednesday to Roland Wh te. Guests were Mesdames oel Herbst, Walter Lorenz, Paul Jell, C. N. Aalfs, Paul Hamill, Carl Pearson, Donald Gardner, N C ;iee, Charles du Charme II, Grosse 5 oint, Mich., and Hoyt Raney, of ilemme, and Misses Donnabelle Merron, Loretta Howie, Emmets- for the wooden anniversary, etc The table was covered with a linen cloth, and the shower gifts were all in the center. A two- course luncheon was served after the gift presentation.. New Robe for Lutheran Pastor— The Trinity Lutheran Aid met Thursday at the church, 50 attending, and hostesses were Mrs Fred Jacobs and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. The. Rev. P. J. Braner was presented with a $50 check with which he was to purchase a new pulpit robe. Mrs. Carl Lehmann was presented with a farewell gift The -- ---- — -.»*. w IT ^,.11 g!J.[,. J. JltJ Lehmanns will leave soon to make tneir home at Murdo, S. D. Music Pupils in Kecitul— Mrs. Sylvia Gunn's pupils gave Pt Ethel church Saturday afternoon, and ° — part were Charline Clement Sawyer, Louise Wadloigh! Worn, Harriet Keith, Phyllis Sawyer, Lorraine Thomas/Barbara Haggard, Virginia Schnipf, Ve™ Johnson, Loraine Thomas, and' Leola Zeigler. The latter gave a lumber on the pipeorgan. Party at Lake— Mrs. Fritz Pierce entertained her as%sa,rsraa,*as 7roup had a covered dish uncheon, after which bridge was Played. Members of the club Ire Mesdames. N. v. Lowe, C W Jorck, H. W. Trainer, E W Ev•ns i, Jos. Moore, R. B. Waller] and ;igh' sc ™ on - Mrs - Evanswoiithe HOGS Best light butch. 1-10-160 $8.00-$8.50 Best light butch. 160-180 $8.50-9.00 Med. hvy. 180-200 Ibs.. $9.00-$10.00 Med. hvy. 200-250 Ibs. $10.50-$10.60 Med. hvy. 250-290 $10.00-$10.40 Med. hvy. 290-350 $10.00-$10.25 Med. hvy. 350-400 _. $10.00 Packing sows, 300-350- Ibs. $9.10 Packing sows, 350-400 Ibs. ___$8.75 Packing sows, 400-500 Ibs. $8.50 CATTLE Canners and cutters $2.50 to $3.50 Fat cows $3.75 to $4.75 Veal calves $5.00 to $8.00 Fat steers $9.00 to $10.00 Fat yearlings $7.00 to $8.00 Stock steers $5.00 to $7.00 Bulls $4.50 to $5.50 GRAIN Vo. No. 4 yellow corn (Dec. 15) 36c Old No. 2 yellow 89c No. 2 rye j . 3 barley IIl4__ No. 2 white oats __.I.23e Henneries No. 1 __ No. 2 Cash Cream— EGGS -20%c -16%c -12%c No. 1 No. 2 36c _35c -33c 'ca Honors Bishop Daughters- Mrs. A. A. Bishop entertained at n afternoon tea at her home Frl- ,?H' ^ onorin S her daughters Ruth nd Margaret. Guests were Mes- arnes W. L. Whitney, C. H. Long John McDowell, Paul Danson, Vernon Spongberg, A. L. Spongberg Paul Bell, Otto Laing, B. T and J. Clow, also Dorothy and Emma Spongberg. I'urty Honors Departing Girl — A farewell party in honor of Helen Joynt was recently gi ven at the L. Gisch farm, north of Also- nn on/i or «p i . ... -"-'6" NOTICE Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the secretary of the Board of Education of the Independent School District of Algona, Iowa, at the high school building at Algona up to the hour of 7:30 p. m., Wednesday, September 15, 1937, for the al- .eratmns in the heating plant in the Bryant school building, in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by B. E. Landes mechanical engineer, Des Moines lowa. Proposals must be accompanied by a certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of the proposal, payable to the secretary of the above lamed school district The successful bidder will be re- [Uired to furnish an approved Copies of the plans and specifi- ations may be seen at the office f the engineer and at the Algona igh school building, and may be obtained upon application to the engineer. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids ° F E °UCATION OF 51-52 IOWA. By LEORA K. ST. JOHN, ^^ Secretary. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4285. In District Court, State of na, and 25 of her classes attended. eighth Games played and refreshments were ythe hostesses - grade were servos T-> 11. • * Reynolds and Dorothy Gisch. The Joynt family moved to Emmetsburg ] as t week Monday. Girls Give Aid Program— The Methodist Aid met Thursday at the church for one o'clock luncheon and a program, and 60 women attended. Mrs A E Grooters' division served, and a musical program was presented by Mary Elizabeth Foster, Margaret Stephenson, and Evelyn Smith. Visitor Ifonoree at Party— Mrs. Walter E. Roberts recently entertained at three tables of bridge in honor of her sister, Anna ?° S * £ a _ S8 ' °* ? trahan - ™*o ^ ° £same To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an , nls , dav fll &d, opened and read V 0 ? day ° f Septem d : is fixed for hearing nronf on t the Court HousMn Al gona, Iowa, before the District guest . two wee *s. Helen won first prize; Mrs F A. Bunting second. Miss Bass went home last week Sunday. Tweuty-SeTen to Guest Day— - . at Algona> Iowa - Au ^ KATHARINE MvEVOY Clerk of District Court C. Attorney. 49-51 Small Loans to $300 — -Twenty-seven Algona women at- rt«v A^ recen , t Pr6s byterian guest day Aid meeting at West Bend NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO 1**t to Upper peg Moiueg Pkone IK Ti"l BARRY'S BEER IS ^^ , m MMWM«^^^_U___ ^^^^^^ ^™!ttfli!; lows HOSPITALS KOSSUTH Sept. 1—Darlono Thllges, West Bend, tonslllectomy; Mrs. Fayo Llkoa, Algona, medical. Sept. 2 — Theodore Hemming medical; Antono Bonnstettor, Wcs Bend, appendectomy; Walter Kll lian, Wesley, Occident. Sept. 3—"Aunt Jen" Wadsworth medical; J. M. Jones, Swea Citv tonslllectomy. •Sept. 4—Mrs. Gilbert Benschotcr Whittemore, boy. Sept. 6—Mrs. Tagc Jensen, Algona, stillbirth; Mrs. Ralph Shinier, Burt, medical. GENERAL Aug. 30—Dorothy Nichols, repair aceratcd arm. Aug. 31—John Boyken, Woden .onsllloctomy. Sept. 1—Mrs. John Ormsby, Wes- oy, tonslllectomy. Sept. 3—Lloyd Zwanltzcr, Neta- waha, Kans., major surgery. Sept. 4—Mrs. S. W. Meyer,'boy. Sept. 4—Mrs. Vern Scobba, med- cal. Sept. 4—Erna Schmitz, Woden onsillcctomy. O'Keefe to Forest City. Lakota, Sept. 6—Mr. and Mrs )ran O'Keefe, former Algonians mve purchased an oil station and unch room at Forest City and ave moved there. Their son Max nd his wife now operate the 'Keefe Royal 400 station here .Ir. O'Keefe recently sold his Laota barber shop. paynu,. 0011 "act 26 o pay ' ann u - ai »oiuuing tj P'ctc slock of GREENBt Phon m?mr~——* WE DO ODB OWN LENS DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona,! m SUPER-CJ between Chicago, Omaha, Sail Lake City, Califc BUS DEPOT ALGOJfA HOTEL pi lone jj| inTERSTflTETRflnSITlinf! CLAY COUNTY FAIR ^ WWVfUbQHj 0/VlL FARMS FOR SALE ALLEN-440 ACRES Palo Alto county, located 4 ffllj *. w. of Rodman and 9 miles S. E. of EmuietsW on a good gravel road. Large square house with J ™™ -, ro °ms, frame barn with 2 leans, 4»*| S- Cnb With over head bins and other outbuildW ouiiomgs on good foundations, in good repair m Pit 1 "/' W el1 ana windmill. Entire farm can -"" tivated; 50 acres alfalfa 400 ACRES, Palo Alto county, located Rhi, ' of Emm etsburg and 6 miles east of' buwe on good gravel road. Buildings are practK a i new, 6-room house, new nip roof barn, large 1 We corn crib with overhead bins, chicken and W nouse, pump house with well and windmill; 58 acre or alfalfa. Aetna Life Insurance Co. 1204 Begister & TrJbnne Bldg* DES MOINES, IOWA EST

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