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The Algona Upper D«s Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 18,1934 Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harvey Is ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Danson of Corwith spent Tuesday here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlntz visited relatives at tuVerne last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dawson of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Becker home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas drove to Des Molnes Tuesday where they attended to some business. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis of this city are parents of a baby girl born Wednesday, January 10. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade are the proud parents of a daughter born to them last week Wednesday. George Goeders of Emmetsburg was a guest at the home of his uncle Tony Ooeders over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks drove to Burt Sunday to visit the former's brother, Grant, who suffered a fractur- sd leg recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lamuth of Parl- bault, Minnesota, spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. G. A. Brunson of Des Motnes was in Algona Friday and Saturday of last week looking after business Interests and calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey were the guests at the Roy Crawford home In Whlttemore Saturday evening. Milton Norton and Jim Pool left for Minneapolis Monday to attens the Northwest Lumbermen's cnoventlon. They are expected home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Frank! and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll drove to Minneapolis where they spent the week «nd at the A. C. Chrlstensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorweller, P. J. Larson, all of West Bend and Alice Duffy of Whlttemore, were dinner guests at the M. J. Duffy home Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Juckness of Omaha, left last Wednesday for a trip to Texas and then to Florida, after visiting since Monday at the John Frankl borne. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thiel, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz and Will Wetzel motored to Minneapolis last Saturday to visit Ed Wetzcl who Is seriously ill •with pneumonia. A. T. Rock of Cody. Nebraska, returned to his home Wednesday after being guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl. since the Saturday before. Mr. Cody Is a cattle dealer. Charles Cretzmeyer suffered a sprained ankle Monady evening while scrimmage In basketball at the high school. He Is now using a cane to enable him to get around. June Adelle Aman, student at the Iowa College of Beauty Culture at Des Moines, returned there Tuesday morning after visiting her mother, Mrs. Jessie Aman, since Saturday. Mrs. D. A. Barnard dorve to Winnebago, Minnesota, Monday to aee her grandmother -wbo fractured her ,Je«, recently In a fall. Stiff e getting al? •ong as well as could be expected. Mrs. Ann Zlttritsch left Wednesday evening of last week for Odell, Iowa, where her father is seriously ill. The last news heard here was to the effect that Uttle hope was held for his life. Mrs. Flora Tiss and Mrs. Belle Meiggs left Monday evening on an extended trip. They plan first to visit the latter's three nieces in Jacksonville, Florida, and will also visit her brother in Louisiana before returning here. Fresh from our (Ovens Delicious Pies Cakes and Rolls Wilson's Bakery Ed Holecek of the Holecek Radio Shop spent Wednesday in Des Moines on business. Anton Anderson was taken to the Kossuth hospital Monday when he was taken seriously ill with pneumonia. Art Helberg and Cliff BJustrom plan to attend a short course In welding the last three days of the week at Ames. Bridget Oaffney left Tuesday for her home in Rockwell, Iowa, when she received word that her mother was 111. W. H. Freeman attended the funeral of an old friend and neighbor, John Protextor, who died at his home in Sanborn and was burled there Monday. P. J. Kohlhaas went to Garner last week to help the automobile dealers organize the county under the National Automobile Dealers Association. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal left today for Ames where Bert will attend a State Painter's convention which will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Wade Sullivan came home Monday from Waterloo where he had undergone an operation for appendicitis two weeks ago today. He was able to be downtown the first of the week Julius Kunz of Wesley was in Algona Monday calling on friends and loosing after business matters Julius is receiver for an Insurance company in Davenport and spends the greater part of his time there. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Steil of Elmorc and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rlchter of Elmore were in Algona Tuesday to visit Minerva Coleman, who had her appendix removed Friday. Mrs. Stell is a sister of Minerva and Mrs. Richter Is her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller left for Estherville late Sunday afternoon upon receiving word that the tatter's grandmother was seriously ill. At this writ- ins they had not returned and no additional news as to her condition had been received. •Minnie Angle spent several days this week with friends In Algona. She is now employed at the Manhattan Cafe in Fort Dodge. Although her home is in Wesley, she was employed in Algona for a number of years prior to going to Fort Dodge, and is quite well known here. Mrs. Harold Miller returned to her home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on Monday accompanied by her mother, Mrs. P. V. Janse, who will visit her daughter for a month or six weeks. Mrs. Miller has been vlsitlny her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Janse. since before the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison left on Monday for Chicago upon receiving word that the little girl of their daughter, Mrs. c. Q. Drummond, was seriously ill. The cliild had undergone an operation for mastoid a few days previous and her condition at this writing was far from satisfactory. Mrs. Clara Falrchlld and C. L. Holdren and the letter's son, Edward of Compton, Illinois, came last week on Wednesday and visited at the home of Mrs. Mary Runchey. Mrs. Fairchild, Mr. Holdren and Mrs. Runchey are brother and sisters. They all attended the funeral of I£ra. Z. T. Holdren at. Spencer Thursday. Hoyt Raney returned Monday to Ames where he is a senior in the Iowa State College. Hoyt was 111 with the flu during the holidays vacation and had not sufficiently recovered when he returned to Ames at the end of the time to contllnue his studies. He had spent the past week at his home and Is somewhat better now. Anthonette Durant returned to Platt- vllle, Wisconsin, Friday where she will rtsume her teaching In a teacher's college. Miss Durant Is head of the English department. Her sister and brother, Carrie and Bill Durant, made the trip with her and returned here to their home Monday evening. While they were gone Bill visited Hiram Beedle, a former Algonian who now lives at Maquoketa. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith of Livermore returned last week from a trip to New York state and Vermont, where they visited Mrs. Smith's parents, who live at Middlebury. New York. While they were in New York state they visited Will G. Walker and family, former Algonians, who now live at Harper's Ferry, New York. For three days while they were at Malone, New York, the temperature stood at 60 degrees below zero. P. J. Kohlhaas, George Elbert, Jess Dyer and J. D. Burns attended a meet- Ing of the National Automobile Dealers Association which was held at Fort Dodge Friday evening. Mr. Kohlhaas was elected vice president of the district and was named a director of the county on a committee with Howard Hoenk of Algona and W. E. Ley, Lakota. Attorney Price of Fort Dodge gave a talk on the legal angle of the automobile dealers' code which the dealers are cooperating with 100 per cent. I $250,000 in Chattel Mortgages Burn in Kossuth Court Fire It should have been a gala occasion, Tuesday, for many a person in Kossuth county and elsewhere, for the county supervisors burned up about $250,000 worth of chattel mortgages, which had been turned over to them from the county recorder's office. In compliance with chapter 437, paragraph 10030, Code of Iowa. The chattels were outlawed. An appropriation of $2,000 was voted to the Farm Bureau by the supervisors and a certificate of members approved. Wages for county laborers were fixed as follows: Patrol foremen. 35c an hour; patrol laborers, 30c an hour; common laborers 25c an hour; mechanics, 45c an hour; drag line operators, $112.50 per month; dragging (four horses and king drag), 50c a mile; one man and team, 40c an hour, lOc hour for each additional Morse. Typewriter ribbons at this office. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••I Public Sale Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona Saturday, January 20, at 1:30 P. M. Sharp We are listing stuff every day and will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the best offering of furniture that we have offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or private sale. ABOUT 60 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 10 HEAD HORSES One bay team, 5 years old, well matched, weight 1400 each; one black gelding, 10 years old, weight 1350; one gray mare, 12 years old, weight 1250; one black gelding, 9 years old, weight 1200; one colt coming year old; one team of young hordes 4 years old, weight 2200. These horses are sound and well broke. If you are looking for any good horses, don't int&a this sale. About 25 head of cattle, consisting of milch cows, some fresh and others to be soon. About 16 head of yearling steers and heifers, also a few 2 year old steers and heifers. A number of fall pigs and boars. Some Furniture and other articles. Our sales pavilion will be open dally and commencing Wednesday, Jan. 24, we will hold livestock sales on Wednesday and our vsual big Saturday sales. Bring what you have to sell and be on hand to buy what you want. TERMS—Cash, No property to be removed until settled for. C. 0. Riddle, Auctioneer Sale pavilion CM* of C. * N. W. depot. List property with Jesse Riddle at toe Owryell Oil 0t*U0n, Phone M, or auctioneer. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm LONE ROCK NEWS Alton Pettit assisted Otto Jensen last woi'k. In filling his ice house. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a birthday dinner Sunday at the R. E. Morgan home at Algona given in honor of Mrs. Morgan's birthday. The Bert Godden and Andrew Thornsen family visited at the Jay Godden home near Seneca Sunday. Mr. Godden is ill with rheumatism. A large crowd attended the dance given In the hall last Monday by Arthur Prlebe and William O'Donnell. Another one will be given this Monday. Tlie American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. W. G Flaig on Friday afternoon, January 12th. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. R. L. Padgett. Mrs. E. M. Hawks and granddaughter, Kathryn and the letter's mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz of Bancroft visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Sam Warner at Fenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padgett and the letter's mother, Mrs. William Krause, visited nt the Forest Rouse home at Ayrshire Sunday and got acquainted with Virginia Ann, the new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt attended a surprise birthday party at the Alvin Anderson home northeast of 3urt Saturday »venlm? plven In hon- cr Alvln's father. Tony Anderson. P. M. Christensen and daughter, Ma- iletta, drove to Des Moines Thursday where Marietta consulted a specialist concerning her eye. Mr. Christensen returned home Sunday and Marietta stopped at Webster City for a few days. The Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. Fred Wegener last Wednesday afternoon. A paper, "The Next Door Girl," and a poem, "Love Them Toda>," were given by Mrs. W. G. Flalg. The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Flalg with Mrs. Harry Hobson assisting hostess. The Ladies' Mite society met at the home of Mrs. Lillie Thompson Thursday. Mrs. Oliver Graham of Fenton gave a book review on "One Hundred MlllKm Guinea Wgs", -Which -was Tety interesting. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. A group of the Mlto society sponsored an oyster supper at Mie church Friday and took In nearly $20. WESLEY MOURNS PASSING OF ONE MORE; JACOB JOHNSON SUCCUMBS Services Held Wednesday; All Living Children Except One Present Wesley: Gathering home—one by one—that Is how one felt when it became known that Jacob Johnson, one of Wesley's older citizens, had passed away. His death occurred Monday morning, Jan. 15, at 10:45 at his home in the presence of loved ones, where he had been confined continually for the past seven years when he was stricken with apoplexy which left him an Invalid from then on. He was a good husband and father, always deeply concerned about the welfare of his family; to outsiders, he was n good friend and neighbor practicing always the golden rule, always fair and square in all his dealings. Mr. Johnson always took an active interest in his church work, and In the affairs of the community. He was a member of the town council for many terms. For many years he was n member of the school board, and did his all to better the education of the younger generation through the medium of the school, the building which he helped to erect in 1895 . Up to the time of his illness, he had Allowed the carpenter trade and many homes In this community will stand as monuments to his industrious charac- r. Jacob Johnson was born In Sklen, Norway, on May 5, 1859. He came to Wesley In 1884, fifty years ago. On October 6, 1880 he was married to Mathilda Nelson, at Forest City, coming to Wesley where they have resided ever since. To this union was born eight children, namely, Mrs. Carrie Diekman who died on Nov. 11, 1923, Mrs. Florence Becker of Algona, Mrs. Clara Haverly of Wesley, Mrs. Ethel Putney of Denver, Colorado, George and Norman of Denver, Mrs. Merle Ferguson, of Cedar Rapids and LeRoy, who-died at the age of 9 years In 1919, all living children being present for the funeral except Mrs. Putney, who was detained in Denver. There are also eleven grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the Methodist church with funeral services in charge of Rev. I. C. McNulty and Rev. R. Bcrntsen. Burial took place in the Evergreen cemetery. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. Kossuth County, ss. In District Court, January Term, 1934, No. 3809. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Maria C. Johnson, deceased, dated February 26, 1032, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 12th day of Feb- luary, 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 ten o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all 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, January 17, 1034. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. 3-5 ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Horses at tlie old Oos- grove barn.—C. L. McVey, Phone 791. 2-3* FOR SALE—Hampshire broods — Geo. H. Johnson, Burt. sows. 3' FOR SALE—Model A Ford truck, manure spreader, full blood Guern- i;c?y biul, three years old. slioc'c fodder and lings of all sizes.—W. A. While. Grocery. 3 Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium siise, $77.50.—Bjustrom's, Algona. Iowa. 3-tf KANT GO RONG—Corn fed beef quarters, 6 and 8 cents per lb. Call 15F22.—Alvin L. Weber. 3* EAR CORN FOR SALE—At 40c per bushel. Sound yellow corn. Located center of Plum Creek township.- J. W. Haggard, Algona, phone 230. 3-tf FOR SALE—Good clean straw in stack. Inquire of Harry Thilges. 3* FOR SALE—Nice clean 1931 Chevrolet coach, good tires and 1934 license.— Algona Auto Market, West of Court House. 3 FOR SALE—Nice clean 1929 Chevrolet coupe with 1934 license.—Algona Auto Market, West of Court House. 3 Miscellaneous BRING US YOUR DISC BLADES to sharpen. We have a cold rolls sharpener that does not cue or spoil jour M idu, but lesives ttiem like new. Al£o fipi!if£.etorUy rolls hard discs that can't be starpeneeJ.-—TitonkA Blacksmith, Titonka, Io*a. 3* Have you tried our Thrifty wash.— Klrscb* Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tf FOR 8ALE—Thremers or corn shell- era' liens. Algona upper Des Molnes. Corzi-Hog Signing To Get Under Way As Schools Finish Training schools for Kossuth county's township corn-hog boards were under way today. The first meetings were to be held yesterday and today at Whittemore. Friday and Saturday, committees from Buffalo, Plum Creek, Wesley. Irving-ton. Prairie. Sherman and Lu- Verne township will meet at the Kloin- peter hall. Wesley, where they will receive instructions and get an explanation of how to handle the signing of contracts. January 22 and 23. Monday and Tuesday of next week, men on committees In Springfield. Hebron, Ledynrd. Lincoln, Ramsey. German and Portland will meet at Lakota in the Woodmen hall. Eagle, Grant, Swea, Harrison. Seneca, Greenwood and Burt townships will meet at Swea City Legion hall, Wednesday and Thursday of next week. Actual signing of the corn-hog contracts Is expected to begin within a very short, time, and as soon as the committee In each county Is sufficiently well acquainted with its work to do the job right. Roy Brownell, Jr., is Hurt While Sliding Roy Allen Brownell, the seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell had a narrow escape from serious Injury Sunday afternoon when he was struck while sliding down hill on a sled, by an automobile occupied by two of the Romer boys. The boy received several minor bruises and a cut on the cheek, and his sled was crushed out of shape. Roy was sliding down hill west of his home and the Romer boys were driving south down an incline. They came together at the intersection and while the car was being driven slowly It was impossible to stop juickly because of the ice. The boy was rolled off the sled and escaped greater Injury In so doing. \nnual Farm Bureau Meeting on Saturday The annual Farm Bureau meeting ill be held Saturday evening at Bancroft at 7:45 o'clock. All members and the general public are Invited. The membership drive recently completed brought in over 200 members in tlie county. An election of officers will be one cf the matters of business at hand. Tom Berg of Hebron is the president. Ray Miller of Bancroft Is vice president and C. R. Schoby, of Algona. is <ecretnry-trea.surer. The Weekly Record WEATHER Jan. 10 . ..................... 28 22 Jan. 11 ...................... 28 25 Jnn. 12. .01 inch snow ........ 33 27 .Tan. 13, trace of snow ...... 30 18 Jan. 14 ....................... 33 18 Jnn. 15 ..................... B8 18 Jnn. 16 ...................... 24 15 ALGONA MARKETS Corn. 2 white .................... $.33 2 yellow .................... 37 2 mixed .................... 30 Oats .............................. 30 IIORS-SOWS Hogs, 160 ........................ 2.40 Hogs, 140 ....................... $2.20 Hogs. 180-200 3.7» Hops. 200-250 2.90 Hops. 250-300 a.*» Packing Sows. 300-350 2.25 Packing Sows. 350-400 2.05 Pneklng Sows, heavy 1.80-2.00 Poultry and egg prices due to a fluctuating mnrket are not quoted this week. Cream 16c MARRIAGE LICENSES Adolph Rilllan and Caroline Gorman, Wesley. Edward Everdinfr and Berdine Curtis, Buffalo Center. Richard Davis Schmitj;. Storm Lake, and Mnrlon McMfthon, Algona. Richard J. Menke and Adria Mc- Oulre, Bancroft. Robert A. Hognn and Agnes Orlger, Wlifttemore. LONG'S 19c Coffee Is Good STOCKHOLDERS AND PATRONS Annual Meeting of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company, Algona, Iowa, will be held according to the articles of incorporation January 27th, 1934, at ten o'clock In the high school auditorium at Algona, Iowa. 3-4 FINE PIANO SACRIFICED—Death in family breaks up home. Leaving for California. Want to dispose of piano now at a friend's home In Algona. Beautiful case, excellent condition. Offered at exceptionally low price, to sell at once. For full particulars write: Box 56, Estherville, la. 3-4-5 Cut Rate Grocery Week End 9c SPECIALS 1/2 lb. Green Tea 2 16-07. Ban Biff Ben Soap 1 pkg. Puffed Wheat 3 pkg* Washing Powder 2 large boxes Matches 14-oz, jar Apple Butter 1 large box Soap Chips 6-oz. Black Pepper 1/2 lb. Black Tea 2 cans Oil Sardines 2 boxes JeD Powder 1 lb. Chocolate Candy 1 lb. Peanut Brittle 1 jar Mustard 2 pkg*. Macaroni 1 can Crushed Pineapple 1 can Plums 1 bottle Bluing 1 bottle Ammonia •i, rolb, Toilet Tfcaue 1 15c jar Dried Beef l-10c Sack Salt 1 cake New ttoney 1 lb. Peanuts 1 can s' 1 can O litiog Molasses 1 No. 2 Lamp Chimney 1 pkg. Whole Wheat Hakes 1 pkg. Post's Bran 1 pkg. Rice Flakes 1 pkg. Grape Nut flakes 1 can Wigwum Syrup 3 bars Toilet Soap 1 can Apple Sauce 1 jar Pickle Relish 1 battle Pickle Catsup 15c Jar Mixed Fickle* 2 pkgs. Spaghetti 2 pkg*. Egg Noodles 1 pkg. Small Oxydri 1 pkg. Small Rin&o 1 cam t'leajiotr 3 Lemons 2 Heads Lettuce 1 Buiu-li Celery 2 Iba. White Onion* Vi dozen Oranges Take Advantage of Tiieae Prices to Stock Your Pantry- "BUSIEST UTTLE STORE IN TOWN." Philco Battery Radios Another Largo Shipment Just Received A .set that lias revolutionized the battery set industry overnight. See and hear the new Philoo set before you buy . . . and terms of course. Bjustrom's Algona JVWVWVVWWUWArVVWSAWVWYWUV^ ff JANUARY CLEARANCE In every department more of the kind of bargains that make the January Clearance Sale so popular with women and misses who desire new apparel and accessories at low prices. Footwear Smart new styles and patterns in suede and combinations of fine leathers. 1.95-2.95 Wool Crepe 54 Inch fine sheer wool crepe and mixture in brown, navy, black, red. 1.29 Silk Faile 40 inch fine quality silk Faille for that dress in brown, navy and grey. 1.48 Berets And sofitcs in smart styles and good colors all grouped at one low price. 48c Dresses Children's fine wool jersey dros- ses in navy, brown and tan, sizes 3 to 6 years. 98c Dresses 15 dresses in silks from our better lines, dark colors, sizes 14 to 42. $4 Dresses 18 silk dresess of fine silks In wanted dark colors, sizes 14 to 42. $5 Dresses 15 dresses in silks and woolens, black, brown, navy, sizes 14 to 42. $6 Gloves Fine fabric gloves from our better lines. Black, brown and novelty patterns. 38c Coats Seven high grade coats from last winter's stocks, sizes 14 to 46, now $9 Coats Smart new fur trim beautiful materials in black and brown. size 14-16-44. 16.95 Coats Richly fur trimmed coats from our finer quality, sizes 14-42-44 23.95 oftfoslton Quality 'Goods Low Prices GREAT DOUBLE DISCOUNT SALE Celebrating 75th anniversary or' Kiiuball Piano Co., and 2f>th anniversary or Jones Piano House, Two ({real Sales merged int.. one $25,000.00 STOCK %£%$££ Lowest New, used and repossessed (Jrands, including World's Fair models, floor samples and demonstrators, including many different makes, guaranteed. Amazing- values that can never he duplicated $185, $342, $428, $492 ^ Terms as low as $10 per month. Tiny Uprights NY\v and slightly used, values that can never he duplicated. reduced $100, $140, $160 25 Used Pianos 25 including many of the finest makes, guaranteed. $29, $45, $68, $78, $92, $117, $127, $148 ACT QUICKLY -SALE FOR SHORT TIME ONLY o,,c,,c,,,, ,>,„;,„ JONES PIANO" HOUSE till 9 o'clock. Home Furniture jildg. Fort Dodge.

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