Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1937 · Page 8
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**AGE EIGHT KOSStWtt CWJNIT? ADVANCE, ALOOML IOWA FOR SALE— GOOD HAMPSHIRE bora. Mike Loss 14-p-iO FOR SALE—THREE CALVES. — Chas. Egel, Irvlngton. lOplO FOR SALE — POLAND CHINA boars.—R. A. Blelch, Burt. 9p9-ll FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS.— George Kohl, Algoua. phone 20F11. 9P9-10 WANTED—JOB ON FARM FOR married couple.—Write "E" care of Advance. 12p9-ll FOR SALE—DUROC BOARS FOR Wesley P.T.A. Hears Pistnct Leader FORT DODGER Takes Cap From a Boiling REVEALS PfA Car Radiator; Face Burned OBJECTIVES Wesley, Nov. 22—At a second meeting of the newly organized an , 0 _ -. „, . , Parent-Teacher association last aalo.—P. M. Christensen, Lone week Monday nJght Tom Forburger 3CK - lOulOtf | was named- treasurer to fill a va- George Orbell i attended, and meeting was called to order by Rock. FOR SALE—YEARLING ROAN Shorthorn bull.—L. F. Jenklnson, 1 ml. W. of Algona. 15plO FLOOR SANDING, FINISHING; best equipped.—Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275. Ilp4-15 WANTED — HATCHERY flocksT- If interested phone No. 3 or write Box 172, Whittemore, la. 14p9-10 FOR SALE—FORD IDEAL FOR making farm truck or for school driving. $25 cash.—Phone 33. 15ulO BUY RECORD OF PRODUCTION Poland China male hogs, cholera Immune. Aaron Steussy 14-p-10-ll CHOICE PUREBRED boars, vaccinated, bargain prices — A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. plO WANTED— G-IRL FOR~GENERAL housework. Leave name and address at Advance office. Phone 254 _ gtf FOR SALE— PUREBRED YEAR- old Hampshire boar. — • Robert Casey, Bode. 6 ml. south, 1 west of President Mrs. Vee Mullin. There are 69 signed-up members, with John Richter as chairman, and Mrs. Forburger and Olaf Fun- nenmrk as other members of the membership committee. The enrollment promsies to be much larger St. Benedict,'Nov. 22—Joe Witte was severely burned about the face when he took the cap off a boiling car radiator last week Tuesday. He was taken to Algona for medical treatment and will be confined to his home for several days. He suffered intense pain. Sister Elizabeth Dies- Word was received Thursday of the death of Sister Elizabeth, the tended the farm sale near Burt last Wednesday. Mrs. Johnson assisted her Ladles' Aid of the Doan church serve lunch. Lorlna Huschka, who was employed at Tony Grandjenett's, is again at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Huschka. Mrs. Arthur Cink and children and Mrs. Roy Bornholtz were afternoon callers at Dan Froellch's Another Operation for Mrs. A. T. Dean West Bend, Nov. 22—Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller left Wednesday for Kansas City, the latter again to bo with ner slater. Mrs, Allen Tl Dean, who was to have another operation. She had both shoulders broken In the auto acel- zaar. The sum of $40 w«8 received. Mafy Tjadcn to teacher NOTICE FOHdPAX ItOSSUTH COtJNTY CERTIFt ., CATE NO. 1236. To E. V, Swelling, hia heirs dnd aa- slghsi Ydu and each of yoii are hereby notified that"on the 7th day of December, 1936, Ihe following de< scribed real estate, situated in Ihe county of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wlt: Lot three (3) In block one hundred eighty-one (181), Call's addition to tho City of Algona. was sold by the Treasurer of Kos- former Rosa Arndorfer, sister of | a week ago Monday. John Arndorfer, of here, and Mrs. Little Jean Marie, daughter of Peter Grelner, Algona. She had visited here several years ago and at that time was not In the best of health. She was at St. Francis' convent in Milwaukee. Algona. FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE boars; cholera immune. Farmers' prices.—Aaron Taylor, Burt. 12p6-ll --• *'»• ^J^woc, Ullclll lllUIlf will be assisted by Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter and Mrs. Vincent Daughn in preparation of programs. Gesina Schutter is publicity chairman of publications. Editor D. J. Zerbe, publicity chairman; Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, refresh- DUROC ments : H. J. Sherman and Supt. . price*. R avlin . official representatives of the parochial and public schools respectively. The executive committee served lunch last week Monday night cake and coffee, with a free will offering to pay for the lunch. Mrs. A. E. Anderson, Fort Dodge, district president of the P. T. A., pave a talk better to inform the group on the purposes and accomplishments of P. T. A. organizations and she invited the Wesley group to attend a district meeting at Algona November 30. 15plO-ll The first card party of the seas- Julius Seller has been quite ill with a stomach ailment the past week. Tho Rev. Father Kramer attended the funeral of the Rev. E. A. Dolm, at Emmetsburg; Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr drove to Ml. Carmel to visit the Rev. Father on was well attended. Lunch was J Loeffelholz last week served to 150. High score in bridge I Mrs. Orville Downs and Mrs. went to Mrs. Jack Haverly, of Wesley and Wilbur Matzen, Irvington; in 500 to Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Clarence Nelson. Ben Kunkel also won a prize. Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson at- John Roskopf visited Thursday at John Preushel's. Lucille Woods stayed at the home of her brother, Glen Woods, last week. Melvina « . . .« , . , , , tTwo DVIJU u j bite -i- i m*aui \ji V/A. AXVIU dent recently reported, and a bone| 8Uth County for taxes due and do . was coming out through the flesh,, i lnquont to Homer Anderson, who which necessitated the operation.' Her doctors think she has a chance for recovery. Is now the lawful owner and holder of said Certificate of Purchase. That the right of redemption will expire and a de«d for said real es- and Incidentally arrived just in late will be mnde by the Treasurer tmie to got acquainted with a new of Kossuth county, Iowa, unless Hansen son. This was Mrs. Han- ' redemption therefrom be made sen's first visit here In years. The, within ninety (90) days from the Simons and Louisa Huschka spent Wednesday in Algona. FOR SALE OR TRADE— 1936 Ford V-8 coach. Excellent condition. Condition terms if desired. — Algona Ins. Agency. 18u8-10 FOR SALE— A MEYER'S Pressure pump, two 220-gaIlon pressure tanks,, a 1% h. p. gas engine. — Peter Hayenga, Fenton. 19p9-10 WANTED, ROOMS— TWO HIGH to Lcglon-Anx Meet- Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Studer, — , Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger, Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, and Halvor Fiona Jr drove to Titonka Thursday nirht for a November meeting of the county Legion-Auxiliary. Some 70 members heard a program under direction of the new commander, J. L. Miller, and the county <\.uxil- . iary chairman, Mrs. Graham. The school girls want place to do ! Rev. L. F. Gartner, formerly of Ti- light housekeeping during school tonka, more recently chanHin of woek.-Write to »Z", care Ad- CCC camps in northern Minnesota OAv»n I iroTfrt JT. A.,II_ .. , ' on the educational A Titonka program, and. ovie was giv- the organi/Ki- home economics classes entertained the mothers and Mrs. Evans and Mrs. C. C. Smith at tea in the school dining room Friday afternoon. There were 15 women in attendance. and week, vance. 20p9 I gave a talk I phase F °4 ™*?^ 1 ^^£ffiK^r ml P"> 8 gine. mounted in first class run-' -- ns - lunch> a movie ning order.—Henry Gray, 5V 2 miles tj on N. W. Titonka. 20p9-10 FOR SALE — UNIMPROVED 80 acres, 9 miles southeast of Algona, no reasonable offer refused. —Dora L. Elzlg, Santa Ana Calif.. R. R. No. 2, box 40. the next o> will be held here December 16. Cradle Roll Chairman Resigns— Anna Flora, for some years Con- iit gregational Cradle Roll chairman, 19P8-11! h , as resi S» e( J- As a last courtesy _ | she entertained the roll and the FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- ! Parents. Some were unable to attend, but attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson, daughter Lois May, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larson, son James Le Roy, and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Angles, with their two girls. Supt. E. M. Paulson. Mrs. Paulson, and the Rev. 0 Johnson gave talks. Musical numbers consisted of solos, duets, and shire boars, both fall yearling and spring. These are lengthy, heavy-boned individuals; one two- year old herd boar.—Joseph Skow, Wesley. eow25plO-12 TRUSTEES SALE — IMPROVED 185 acres 3 miles south of Bancroft, $50 per acre, $925 now, $925 March 1, balance ten years 5% in- group songs. Miss Flom served terost; must be sold by January 1. refreshments to the Cradle Roll See mo about this at once.—M. J. j families and numerous other Wolfe, Bancroft. SSplO guests. Mrs. Henry Swanson has now taken over the Cradle work. Roll Sfocliwolls Wesleynns Apnin— The Gail Stockwells have moved from Sheldon to Wesley and TWO 120-ACRE FARMS, ALGONA territory, one at ?DO and one at $115 with electric lights. Very desirable buildings. Can finance good , again occupying theiV'honie" here" farmer.—L. C. Stuart, 726 Forester' atter ftn aos once of some years. „,„, „, ,. ;Mr - Stock well was formerly Mil- Bldg., Mason C'lty. 3UUO-12 waukee railroad section boss here, —— then was transferred to Sheldon' FOR SALE CHEAP—ONE Stand- but a month ago was sent back to ard Approved oil-burner com-1 Wesley to take over the territory plete with tank and equipment, j formerly under supervision of Mar- Also one 1932 dual wheel Chevro-jtin Didriksen, Algona, retired. Two let truck with brand new box. j of the daughters. Eileen and June Reasonable terms.—Phone 55, or! -\dele, have entered the local pub- see Western Credit Company. 33utf jlic schools, in the eighth and third ~ — i snides respectively. FOR SALE—20 SHROPSHIRE and ! Hampshire, rams; also Oxford "• N - Juniors Present ;p|ay— Dorset and Southdowns, the good A n 'K» .school Junior play was rugged fanner rams; Poland China • 1 "' esollled al 'he Kleinpeter hull GRADE PUPILS GIVE PROGRAM ATUM/ERNE Lu Verne. Nov. 22—Pupils of the seventh and eighth grades presented two short plays. Gran's Dream Comes True, and The McGoogles' Thanksgiving Dinner, before an appreciative audience Friday evening. The high school band, under direction of Walter Peterson, played its first public appearance since the MrV~wmV™"w fi'iT* \T L *" luay lu beginning of the school year. Play- Wotf was sTudv 1 of,' ^-Bernard ers were: cornet—Phil Llchty Jr., y our leadfir nllH Robert Chapman, Elinor Mae Woi- to, Harold Walter, Melvin Marty Stuart Sanders, Junior Huff; clarinet—Richard Brink. Erwin Meyer, Arlo Dehnert, Dolores Voss, Richard Smith; clarinet saxophone — Donald Meyer; alto saxophone- Viva Ristau; altos—Merlin Baker, Eugene Baessler; trombone;Bobby Bigings, Robert Sanford; baritone —Doris Eggleston; basses—Merle Eggleston, Robert Lee Lichty drums—Jacqueline ~ Goes to Toast for Study— Carl, youngest son of Mr „ Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman, left Friday for Los Angeles, where he will attend a school in Diesel engineering after November 30. He was accompanied by a friend from Irvington. Other La Verne. J. J. club members learned to nurse Is Mrs. Irving Mansmtth, and Marjorie Baas Is looking after tho household duties at Aage Hansen's, Mrs. John Trunkhill and Mrs. Chris Bolie spent Wednesday at Mason City. Farm Groen shelled corn Friday. The Portland Progress club mot Thursday at Mrs. Tony Jandl's, more than 30 women attending. Mrs. Ray McWhorter, new president, presided. Mrs. Ivan Long is secretary.; Mrs. Martin Larson, treasurer. Commlllees were appointed to plan an annual banquet, to be held December 16 at Burt. A card party was held at the completed service of this notice. Dated this 19lh day of November, 1937. HOMER ANDERSON, Owner and holder of Cerllfl- 10-12 cate of Purchase. NOTICE OF IMtOIUTE OF WILL No. 4321. State of Iowa. Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, November term, 1937. To All*Whom It May Concern; You are hereby nollfled, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry Peltzke, deceased, dated November 19, 1930, having Ranney Puts home Friday evening. | this day filed, opened and The Portland Peppy Pals -1-H club met Saturday with Darlcne 'ansen. A new son arrived Saturday at "Butch" Nelson's. The Nelsons live on the Wayne Keith farm. Lorene Trenary, teacher in No. 3, and her punils will give a Thanksgiving program this week Wednesday evening. A blanket will be given away. A miscellaneous shower for Theresa Govern was given at her home Sunday afternoon. Miss Govern will be married this week ™.,i * ». , y Prlday at men Wermerson. Others are'taking lessons and will soon join the band. | Girls >Vin; Boys Lose— The opening games of the basket- was study hour leader, ••" a lesson she hod taken in Bureau series. Fifteen were in attendance. Preccd- le lesson Mrs. Irvin Chapman a paper on the origin of prepared by Mrs. Ar- Roll call was answered Thanksgiving quotations. Ruth Lichty entertained relatives Monday and Tuesday Last week Monday the were guests, and Tues- J uchtys. Miss Lichty re- to Chicago Fridav night, af- There was a large audience for a program at the schoolhouse in D'st. No. 6 on Armistice evening. Lunches were sold, a turkey was given away, and there was a ba- been read, Monday, the 13th day of December. IH37, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk nf said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m., of Ihe day above mentioned fill persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said^ instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 13, 1937. (Seal) E. C. McMAHON, Attorney. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clr>rk of District Court Alma Pearson, Deputy 9-11 Board Proceedings TUESDAY Auditor's Office, November 8, 1937. I Julia Vaske, local registrar _ , 9 O'clock A. M. | Mary Klalne Devlne, local reff- Board of Supervisors met pursuant I Istrar to^ adjournment with all members ;H . A. Tho~mw7n71o^~"r^fs: Motion by Morris and seconded l>y' ' r , a , r Baum that Mnthlas Wardal be Riven WIMIam Boyken, local"~-cL'll£ a refund of $35.70 for same amount trar that was paid by him for drainage as- £. H- Pinnell, locRT"i"e«ratrar" Brewster I 2 essm ,£. nta on Drair >ase District No. 09 nt Carlson . local registrar" 1 tor l.Mfi assessment, an order of Poiirr lorencc Ifof, local rpiristrn,. "~ •nh'hitr-d further collections by Frei1 A. DlekmanT local regls- ban fore a full gymnasium evening by the Lu Verne and Ver- The Louis Schipulls. _,., Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Letts, Webster City, spent last Treasurer. AyesTAll." """ "' trar . week-end at the Carl and William _, Motion 1>v Morris and seconded by £ och Brothers, sifppilel mix "-••-'---" • Tnwrpnno S? S iT ovo . that W ' m - p - and Leslie Raymond N. Klass, supplied" 27.™ visited at 1 ^ ? '"" ; ••""""""'-- to pay dos ta ^ T^«...u pj y?. R GROUND FUND ?" trlplln S. Friday M ' „ ,' Mel « n in "j i,.*^. j^u. vujiiir itiiu ver- Tin 11 j .-* non Consolidated teams. The lo-' Q .,V lai ' d Sanford and Robert cal girls won, 49-4, but the boys M- SPtmt Thursda y at Das lost, 27-17. Supt. Ravelin, Wesley ^u 63 ^ ^ was referee. The next game for the nf ^° ?\ D - Rlst «us spent Sunday locals will be on November 30 ? John Gra menz home at Fen- rec-arding age "of were recopicd fron -^ i'M,r nu^ uti A », —--•-.» w*. + \s <_ri-vu J* U IN \J as an error accrued ^ossuth Co. Asric. Ass'n an' dojj when records • l )r °P- i'om the assessors' _ CONSTKU'CTIO'N'PUNS list. Ayes: All. Concrete Products Corp , S up- assessor _„„ ...... „,„„. , VI ._ ----,-• Motion by Morris and seconded by pllea n<Zfrr>n\m +V.n* tr*__ .. _ . . - •* ' T^l.n Cosgrovo that Fraser be appointed to 'John Dorwelier,~"suppiles '^e necessaiy repairs on Drain P. Henry K. Relmers, comm. ~ * ' \rA FNn i T7^NTA XT*~im iwTC'J^T' against Whittemore, there. ton. I by The John Jacksons spent Thurs- ' K. No. 1. Motion by Ayes: All. "Josprove and seconded MAINTENANCE FUND Northwestern Bell Tel Co to], service ' ~ "l*»-*Jl. 4-iIUI day and Friday at Emmetsburg. Portland Duroc Jersey and Berkshire sp ring Thursday and Sattmhiv boars, 2 yearling Poland China ! w .'. lh 0;u ' h evening a performance of boars, the easy feeding Shorthorn and Angus Studer, Wesley. kind; also "' [ovo f '<"iics Charlie." The cast bulls.—I?on '"'f'uded Rose Mary Seller. Charles •13u7tf K '" i u«. Lavon Gerdes, Paul Goslin, — , Algin Loebig, Imogene Ncuroth, . Victor Mullin, June Acle.1 Lillian Johnson, and John Bottom lions along pavi-incnt, each with ^'i'lay night some of the cast had ., Services Announced- Thanksgiving services will be held Thursday morning at the Lutheran and Presbyterian churches The meeting at the Presbyterian church will be a union meeting of I the Methodist, Evangelical and ! Mr. and Mrs. Torn- Jandl with Presbyterian churches, and the their daughter. Mrs. Monnot ?, e =y-^ y ™ son ' <* the Me*,,. Trunkhill, will go to Fort Dodge The hour , this week Tuesday to bring home the Jandl daughter Elda, who will spend the Thanksgiving holidays here. Miss Jandl is taking a course T-raser that Howard Andrews be r, -,l lntet ' Justice of Peace in and for °e°nre GraharnTTabor Buffalo Township and that the OffI- John Harrlngn, labor JrH, n « n(J of Howard Andrews for Da 'c Brisss, labor SoflO00 be approved. Ayes.: All. Beed Hardware, sumTliei 11-^ Motion by Baum and seconded by J- L. Raakopf & Co "urn^r ,'-I CosBrove that there being no fur- Elb «''t Garage, supplies ' i'r tlier business for this session, the O. P. McDonald & Co "5m,- ' Ayes: All. Piles ' E. S. KINSI3Y, Titonka TeiepTrone"""Co"""tof County Auditor, g, 861 "^ _.._. Auditor's Office, November S, 1937. Harper & Mcfntlre^'col''''^^: Board adjourn. 2.M 2.45 (1.31 Sextette Sin^s for Club— The high school girls' sextette C.S9 9.37 o at a beauty academy there. week Monday evening. The personnel of the group is: Maxine Smith, Betty Burtis, Carmean Wermersen Mary Alice Bigings, Kathleen McClellan, and Gladys Alexander. Sweets nt Flint, Mich i -•-- Trunkhllls will be ^ h °° * I"* P. an . k ??'Y In 8 di »"^ suesta of Mrs Tr.unkhill's parents, Mr. and Mrs' Tony Jandl. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart spent Sunday with Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Primisin- in rniir iiu.li ^ e ' St Bend - The Rev - tt » d Mrs! ren « m S ;; vy; T-••«- SS S^&«'^s^:f. lememberpd here as Vera Bigings, says she.and her husband are now living at Flint, Mich., whore Mr. Sweet is assistant manager of an office of the Ohio Finance Corporation. They formerly lived at Columbus, 0. St Ai',' H !l "'?, rox ; c j 1 a , s rel "l. Ayes:""A"ll. Geo. Graham, laibor Motion by Morris and seconded 'by Dr. No. 7adopted: at th<? followinff resolution be ^Geo._ Graham, labor T-. , ' imiw the open ditch In /District No. 7, locatpii at the I OFFER TWO Ql'ARTKR a nice net of buildings, at $70 per acre. Reasonable down payment. Thus means ft Farm-Home with low handling cost that will always bo worth tho money.—L. C. Stuart, 72(1 Forester Bldg., Mason City. •luulU-12 KOSSUTH CO. FARMS: \VH HAVE sold all our farms in the county except I!. \\'e havo tho Thompson 21)7 acres 3 miles .\. of Swea city - ""•'-"" tenant. The John- Dttom!! 0s '«' 0 Pnth'« !><'»» f . Dr. H. G. Swanson, dean of the which accounts for night for tiie play. Corwitli for basketball, skipping that Two X<MV (tallies Kc|ior1cd Kirksville College of Osteopathy, of Kirksville. Mo., spoke at a high school assembly here Friday afternoon on, What Are You Going to DM' H O W as entertained at Dr. H. Mr. and Mrs. Don Meloney, Britt, I D - Meyer's during his stay here' arc parents of a boy. bfu'n last!,, .. ... : \veek Tuesday, their third child ' ' 1(p ""' rs <«»e.sls at Sc-liiMil— third child. Phey now have, two boys and a Kirl. .Mrs. Mcleney is the former Delia Kleinpeter. Mr. and Mrs. Tho freshman and advanced Naaman Seel'cld are parents of a born last week Sunday. . Edw. Saihoff. -at once. — Address We-bster City, W. F. JJoylen, iiox Mrs. Mcnn>r'.s Father Injuri'il— Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Met! re r w.?re - called to Ollie Thursday on word eon inl acres 1% N\v of Lu Verne,! of an accident in which Mrs Meur- Roy Guy, tenant. Also the Ueiini-1 Gr 's father, Peter Brass, was' critic- son SO, no bldgs., i> \V. of liuiicron. »".v burl. Phyllis Cruise was left We want to dispose of those farms iU tlle Meurer home to care for No. 1-13, Sioux City, Nebr. Lincoln, 30-11 Ann and Jimmie, primary cheryll room pupils. .Joint TliuiiksirirhiK: Services _ The Methodists and f'ongrega- Sale Dates itionalists will Tlianksgiving in at the Methodist church this week jointly observe a special service Nov. '23— J. B/Erpelding, closing i lho Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, out sale. Ten miles soutli aiid one deliver the sermon. Olaf Johnson, Britt, will east of Algona. Nov. HO—Fred Kent, closing out farm sale, !J miles northeast of Algona on former George Johnson , , ,, farm. I s ' tlle " '""ved to New York Dec. 2—Mrs. A. Haupert, -1 miles i' Sta , tei Spen , t l^ 1 ' 1 , of last week in cast of Burt. 1^ miles north, nlns- •.. lnd t !'' ound Wesle >". visiting old ing out sale. ICx-Wosley Farini'r Visits— ,L m ,»i- William Tower, who lived on a e Johnson i farm i] ;° nheast °f town some years New George Kohl, closing out sale, :j miles north and wr-st of Algona. % mile and around Wesley, friends. Oirl Has Appendix Out— Emelia, daughter of Mrs. William Foprtsch. employed at the John De.c. 16-Geo. H. Wessel, y, mile Mullin home, had an operation for ..^ ocl;ullu oust and two miles north of Burt. appendicitis at Mercy hospital, Ma- a door prize. son City, last week Tuesday. Farm Home j s Improved— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Funnemark recently improved their farm home by adding a new basement and 'naking general repairs, bes.des painting. Flrcini'ii's Dance Announc'cd— Wesley's firemen will give a benefit dance at the Kleinpeter hall this week AVednesday night. Otlier Wesley News. Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake h;is gone to Fort Madison for the winter with her daughters, Mrs. Joseph Krogmeier and Mrs. George Krogmeier. The daughters were recent visitors with relatives at Wesley. Julius Kunz, Davenport, is expected for Thanksgiving, and with him will come the son Julius Jr. who attends the state university. Junior will go for Friday classes. Mrs, John Anderson, of Fowler, Colo., who went to Duluth a month or more ago, has come back for a further visit with her daughter, Mrs. Julius Kuuz. Mrs. Leo Bleich entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Arlo Dawson won high, and Mrs. Pfeffer was second. Mrs. R. C. Bauer won n "i't, were guests... last week Tuesday afternoon at W. I Cl Dr. No. 33- iGeorse Graham, labor «eoiW Graham, laibor E. Grover's. thereof In tile NAVy~ "of Dr. No7 8''— Gorman township, Kossiith C. C. Scharlach, engineer Robert l^List-ner, la.bor , . • +••• "ii« i*, ix irn£7ii in I county, Iowa, is for a distance oC ap- I prox,mately 12S5 feet, badly In need of repairs and clean out, and, w T r iAr> i.» A c. n., i-. , „ ... Dr. No. 00— no t'llfriii I-....-.. c t , •<•'.. '..i..mi viiiiiin, lauor PonJf', eau^ 'o'f U na c^pllrVTonTf ^"K"!^^^"-" WnjrAW^.^ the Dr^~V^ --Hoard nf Supervisors In regular ses- Uoyal "Iftr oTT f nlfni'^ 81 '"! 1 ' 1 ''"- 1 , 1 , 'i' 11 , 1 snld ° I)e " (litel > Mld-C(jutl nc ,H l^i',. nSUPI r, le9 «i ^ it IM)\ (* (If'St'rihf'n nn rr*nn Ii-.-.fl H L >I »<>• t .,,.,.,n . *- «-ti u. Lo.. The Garnie Hoods spent Sunday at E. L. Dickmeyer's. The Rev. Mr. Patterson, Titonka, was a dinner guest last week Tuesday at Martin Larson's. The Rev. and Mrs. Doms, Burt, were last week Tuesday callers at Ivan Long's. Mrs. Alfred Oodfredson accompanied her brother, Myrlo Woltz, to Algona Thursday to bring home the infant son of the Woltzes, who had been in an Algona hospital since birth. The mother is still ----- - „..„ al!l: , JIllu , u „,, there, and a small daughter is }* r ™ er that there being ,,o further with the Godfredsons. •' s np ° H "-' thls tilnc '. the Honn ,,,i. Erra Davison, Brookings. S. D., visited his sister, Mrs. William Ringsdorf, from last week Monday till Wednesday. Mrs. Aage Hanson's mother, whose home is in Montana, came last week Sunday for a' short visit, 3.75 3.75 49.00 14.00 6.25 1.75 11.39 Dr. LeG.ar Arrangement, have been AMOMJTELY On* regular 2So package of any firri eofTmm and oufcn.' NAMB Ask About Our Laundr Service We have an increasing number satisfied customers of For Service- Have your Clothei Cleaned regularly the Modern way Modern Dry Cleanei Phone 537 You can get quick heat on snappy mornings wl Chemacol Processed coal. Prevents those earl/ morning shivers. Identified with round tags. PEERLESS Is decidedly different. Conveniently sized, it burns lib I chunks and breaks into fine ash without poking. We re» mend it unhesitatingly. Comes to you Chemacol Procea Try a load of Botsford's Peerless today BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. PHONE 256 JIM Ml THE LEADING FARM WASHER Nayes: None. Motion by Baum and seconded by FUR We pay top prices for your Fur. Season is now open on all fur bearing animals, except Beaver and Otter. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118. & Tile Co., T On motion and Allow b: No isi- 272,05 "' .00 2S.45 "In'ms Hi .rnintiTipr Written." COUNTV FUND Walter Va"dt, bounty t Atartin Kischen, bounty "" Peter Sandt, bounty ~ ~_ tul. serv. _ '' 1>T T '"tiiffv, ComiTy" "Treas" driiinaNTe tax ^ Lincoln School SiTppjy"cJ""sui") »lles _ Wh'ttemore ciiampion"""f»rrirt- A. A. Droeasfer!~mayor~~rl'ei'"~ A. ,1. Dnlosclml, const, fees — IR. A. Hvans, coroner's fees Prank Kohlhaas, jury fees — VSS ^•"^wV'inedT' •'-* n!': C'-etiiiiieyer, ,,u,l7 . 1 r serv. Not allowed 3.!iO i^.uo Tll ! s marvel °us new twin- •li.iifl i cylinder Multi-Motor gives y°u the following ad van tages: • Steadier, quieter operation. . Smooth, vibratlonless I ,,, . Power.. Easier starting—built | '"i 'orawomantooperate.«Sim- 3 0" ' pl .r~ on| y six working parts. • Compact—interchangeable with an electric motor.* Economical—does • big (arm washing on one quart of gasoline. «.« fo A &£p™.-stt-- ^ G03S li' W ' r !eehl ». ProvT" — j!'-° C.S1 Cut Rate ao.Su Kendcr & 120 W. V. Doughan, jurjTfees" Casey Loss, sheriff fees OrvlVIe Rlklns, witness feSs"" »' W. Ueardsley, witness, fees R. J. Oilman, witness fees T n"m y ^ ? lsrant " witness fees Lucille Dole, reporter's fee-i *'' ti • i"f. Caldwell, suiiiiripu" « £« Rate ^rS, NK A. A. Schliuvll intir = ~ H i". »oi,..it«: mtg: :~ O. C. Gaas, mtg. _ Fred H. K'ollasth, in'ti"" Walter Vaiidt, nitg. J. P. OvormycT, mtB. 20.00 32.00 S-nn-mnrvv;.—s— 'OO-™ ! 2C.50 35.2S 4.20 Dr. KBlotf med ' V ' ' - 5M <j.oo j. L. Ra ^ D o}£W—-:. n .*_ allo x« 3^80 Kennedy^'p'rov! 01 ' 6 : P ''° V ' 10 -°° 6.GO C. W. Schm^'aun,!^^" ^ (jO r^nn ,, ^'^'es g QQ 4.00 Standard Oli°Co S sm > "Pi S 4S - SO 4.00 BESOLVKn' -iJi-o* JJ." es ~ W.02 4.00 Itor Ts~uutho'rl z ;d" l fn tl ! e C ° G "'y A ^'~ iffi WL.t ST£-V^ ; ~ 4 00 Written " Claims Hereinbefore -•• —.vi i irsi^irur er. local re s l8trar. Written. B.OO o'clock 275 2.50 10 E. S. KJNSEV, County Auditor. OTHER ADVANTAGES OF THE MAVTA8 Only a Maytag washer gives you the one-piece, cast-aluminum tub, the Roller Water Remover, and many other exclusive advantages that make j Maytag the choice of farm women everywhere, Ask your dealer for a demonstration of the MayW """ IF IT DOESN'T SELL ITSELF, DON'T KE" THE MAVTAG COMPANY * Manufacturer! . FOUNDED 1893 SOLD AND SERVICED BY BJUSTROM, BARRY*S BEER IS^ BEST ^^^^""^ '" -— ««N ,,„ ^—^_^^^_ - " " ^^^^^^ ^^Ijlf-

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