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The Algona Upper Pea Molnea, Algona, Iowa, frefr 22, TURNOUT INSTATE POTENT SPEAKERS (Continued from Page One) alble for the salvage of discouraged souls, awakening of a national con sdousness, replacing of selfishness in government. John Mitchell, member of legislature The legislature has done a good Job .. X cKe the banking laws ... it is no • simple matter to pass tax revision and liquor bills over night which will benefit the public. D. F. Coyie, former Judge, Humbold —My only claim to distinction is that I am the oldest man o.i the platforn and that I studied law in the same class with Harvey Ingham ... the last republican administration forced us to try something new ... a keynoter hall- Ing from Iowa has never been able to Sing any song in tune since leaving the cradle . . . let's not be afraid of Madership of the president.. . remember Adrnfr*! Farragtrt's word, "Damn the torpedoes, go ahead." Kufcitt* CMv'a Purpose Luke Linnan, general chairman of the banquet, was called on the stage by J. H. Sheridan, of Bancroft, who acted as toastmaster, and explained the new Kossuth County Roosevelt club. "We are not luring any republicans Into the fold under false pretenses," h» said. "We sincerely believe that everybody in Kossuth county belongs to the Roosevelt club." He then declared that it was evident that the republican party was to became the party of the conservative! element, and that the democratic party would be the liberal organization. a llev. C. V. Hulse offered an invocation before tine banquet, and before tHe speaking program. The high schoo band, under the direction of D. Wayne Collins, offered a musical program a both the banquet and in the auditorium. . Menace from First Lady Mrs. Ida Larson of Swea City read ft message of greeting from, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt as another interesting THE WEEKLY RECORD WBATHSR High Low 59 28 44 23 25 14 February 15 February 16 42 February 17, trace of snow ..43 23 February 18 38 5 February 19 25 -2 February 20 45 11 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white ..................... $.38 2 yellow .................... 35 2 mixed .................... 34 '^ O ats ........................... .28% Hogs- Sow* Medium weight, 200-240 ........ *3.90 Medium weight, 240-260 .......... 3.80 Butchers, 260-300 ................ 3.70 Prime butchers, 300-390 ........ 3.60 Packing Sows, 300-350 ............ 3.00 Packing Bows, 400 ................ 2.80 -•acltingf Sows, 400-600 ...... 3.50-2.70 Light weight, 140 ................ 3.00 Light weight, MO ................. 3.40 Light weight, 180 ................ 3.60 Canners and cutters ......... 50c-tl.25 Fat cows .................... tl.50-W.00 Calves ...................... »3X»-»5.00 F*t Steers ................. »3.50-M.50 Stock Steers .............. t|.80-$3.50 Bulb ....................... $UH)-*2.00 'cartings ................... $3J»-$450 "•ream .22c ens. 4H 1J». and up 9c !ens, under 4% Ibs. 7c /eghorns hens 6c prings, 5 Ibs. and up 9c prings, under 5 Ibs 80 Leghorn springs Sc Heavy breed stags 6c Leghorn stags 4c Boosters 4c Egg* No. 1 14c No. 2 IOC MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Carl Wiener, Lone Rock, and Inez Lewis, Bancroft (Feb. 16). Marvin Heggerman and Edith Polgin, Mankato, (Feb. 17). Henry Lang and Minda Wilberg, Fenton (Feb. 17). Em 11 Eleckwenn, Fenton and Alma Peterson, Rlngsted (Feb. 17). Henry Van Hove and Dorothy Irtter- miU, Titonkft (Feb. 17). Wm. T. Richard, Algona, and Mary Border, S. Sioux City, Neb. (Feb. 19). Lyle M. Dlxon, Bancroft, and Emily Mitchell, Armstrong (Feb. 19). NEW CARS LICENSED Edward Oreger, Algona, 1934 Ford coupe. 8. L. Robinson, Bancroft, 1934 Chevrolet truck. F. F. Fett, LuVerne, 1934 Ford tudor. Glenn Bennett, Algona, 1939 Ford udor. Ed Hildman, Wesley, 1934 Ford tudor. Frank Kennedy, Swea City, 1934 Chevrolet track. J. A. Roberto, Algona, 1934 Pontlac 9. loor sedan. P. R. Hunt, Bancroft, 1934 Chevrolet truck. T. J. Forburger, Wesley, 1934 Chevrolet coach. Lloyd Bchenck, Burt, 1933 Plymouth udor. part of the program; a telegram from James A. Farley was also read by Luke Ltnnan. Kach expressed thanks for the local effort Iteration. In behalf of the admin- The telegram from Postmaster General Parley follows: Washington, D. C., Feb. 19, 1934 L. E. Linnan, AJgona, Iowa. President Roosevelt has a&ked me to extend to you his sincere best wishes for the success of the dtn- •»ner whlcto th« Kossuth County Roosevelt dub la holding- tonight. Stop. It is through organizations such as yours that this administration can best hope to succeed On its recovery program and you may be sure that both President Roosevelt and I look to you for this supper. James A. Farley, Chairman, Democratic Nat! committee. Two musical numbers were laso pre- senetd. Mrs. A. B. Tweeten and Evelyn Bode each presented two vocal solos. SISTER M. PATRICIA, BANCROFT, TEACHER 8 YEARS, SUCCUMBS Saturday P. O. Hours Up to Department The Algona postoffice was (we say was because these papers will not be delivered until Friday) closed all day Thursday, Washnlgton's birthday, on irder from the post office department. The local office was ordered to cease working all incoming mail between midnight, Feb. 21 and midnight, Feb. 23. With regard to the question of Saturday afternoon postoffice service, 'ostmaster J. A. McDonald stated that he was endeavoring to work out some arrangement with the deoartment for leeping the local office open then, but hat at the present time under the 44- hour week, it was impossible for the post office to be open without the em- >loyment of additional help or a special ruling from the deoartment which would grant the local office an oppor- unlty to rearrange its schedule. Swea City high school defeated (he Algona Bulldogs on the Swea City floor, 3 to 28, Tuesday evening. It marked he second Swea City victory over Algona this season. The two teams will meet again Saturday evening UW^ftWWWWWWUW^^ MONARCH RANGE SALE At our store this week. There will be a factory representative here Friday and Saturday, Fel). 23-24. Wo invite you to look over this line o£ ranges—the only Malleable Iron Range. There will be a special inducement for you during this sale. These ranges can be had on our easy payment plan. Plan to attend whether you need a range now or later. Kohlhaas & SpiHes o'clocit. Besides her mother, brothers, and sister;, scores of other relatives and friends were present, and paid their tribute of love and respect to the departs J. Her six broth srs acted as pall bearers and tenderly bore the mortal remains of their beijved sister to the plot allotted her in Mount. Calvary cemetery, where she rests among her companions in religion. Sister Patricia Stokesbury was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokesbury of Otter Creek, Iowa. She lost her father at an early age, but her good mother, sustained by faith, reared her eleven children in the love and fear of God. Sister Patricia entered the Franciscan order in 1932 and for the past eight years taught at Bancroft. Sister Mary Patricia is survived by her mother, Mrs. Margaret Stokesbury, six brothers, James of Maquoketa, and John, Lloyd, Christ, Pat and Leonard of Otter Creek; two sisters, Mrs. (Lena) Dubert and Mrs. (Dora) Anglln of Otter Creek; two sisters, Mrs. (Sarah) Moore and Mrs. (Margaret) Dubert preceded her in Heath. Closing Out Sale on Farm 1 mile north, I 1 /, mile cast of Burt TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 Sale starts at 1 o'clock Bancroft: Funeral services for Sister M. Patricia were held nt Mt. St. Francis, Dubuque, Monday niomlrg at 9 CLASSIFIED ADS Wanted HELP WANTED—Aii old established firm has opening for men with cars In Kossuth county for, demonstration- Honesty and a gootK work record is necessary. Position offers steady employment and good pay. For further information write M. O. Butler, 1405 Seventh Ave. N., Fort Dodge. 8" WANTED—Agenta to sell a fast selling proposition. Never been here before until today. Call at Sinclair Oil Station. 8* Annual Meeting of Farmer* Co-op, at Irvington Meld Irvtnirton: The annual mating of the Farmers Co-operative Ass'n WM held Wednesday afternoon. Feb. 14. The meeting was called Mr the manager. J. C. Mawdaley. The terms of John Cape- slus, John Erpeldinit and J. A. Block as directors expired and these were all reelected for a period, of three years. John DeZelia and J. A. Johnson resigned as directors and were succeeded by Sim Leigh and Frahk Capeslua. The secretary's report showd approximately $2,000 better business for 1933 than the previous year jof 1932. PRUDENCE LOCKE, BANCROFT FEB. 17 Aged, Beloved Lady Passes at Home of Her Son, Arthur, Here Funeral services for Prudence Locke were held at the Merrttt Funeral Rome, Saturday, Feb. 17, with Rev. Allen Wood conducting the. service. Interment was in Bancroft, Mrs. Locke passed away at the home of her son, Arthur, in Algona, last Thursday, Feb. 15. At the time of her death, she was 92 years of age and had been in failing health for several months. Prudence Jane Locke was born in Northampton, England, November IB, 1841. At the age of 15 years she united with the Baptist Church and throughout the balance of her life she lived a devout Christian life. At the age of 31 years she was united in marriage to Jobe Locke at Metamora, HI., October 7, 1872. Six children were born to this union two dying in infancy. Those living ure R. E. Locke, Renter, Minn.; Mrs. r. E. Walker, Whittemore, Iowa, and Arthur end Clara, Algona. Her husband preceded her in death in 1818. She is also survived by 15 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. She was «, kind and loving mother and deVoted to Her home and the things it stood for. Her passing Is a loss to her loved ones which cannot be easily overcome. Out of town relatives here for the funeral were Mr. and Mrs; DWbert Walker and family, Harold Walker and family, Harold Kuecker and family, all of Delavan, Minn. '.KEITH SB* VICES Eugene Palmer Keith, youngest BOO of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Keith,, wau laid to rest test Thursday afternoon, following services at the Baptist church with Rev. A. S. Hueeer officiating. Eugene, who wag injured 16 weeks ago in an accident on a farm, passed away Feb. 13. ^^ He was born in Plum Creek township, August 16,1914. When he WM five years old, the family moved to Algona, and Eugene entered .the Algona schools, where he continued his studies until last year. He united with the Baptist church in 1928, and was a regular attendant at Sunday School and young people's meetings. He had helped with the work on his brother's farm, and on Oct. #, While helping to husk corn, met with a tractor accident, a compound fracture of the right leg resulting, In addition to bruises and lacerations. He was taken home from the hospital and seemed to be improving until uremle poisoning developed. Be leaves to mourn his passing, three brothers, Wayne and Stanley of Burt, Kyle at home, and one sister. Mrs, R. W. Bailey of Philadelphia, In addition to his parents. Pall bearers were class mates and friends of Eugene. They were Victor Samson, Melvln Mine-, Russe'l Medin Howard Medln, Everett Bowman and Roland Jenkins. The boys were alao all members of the same Sunday School class. Notice of Probate of Will State of Iowa Kossuth County, s& No. 3817, in District Court, January. Term, 1034. To All Whom It May Concern: You are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Frank Weydert, deceased, dated June 7,1933, having been this day filed, opened and (read, the 19th day of March, 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, February 20, 1934. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon ft Linnan, attorneys. 8-10 For Sale FOR SAJjE—Persian kittens. Reds, Blacks, Dark Tfeersu— Mat. Hugh Pierce, 415 W. McGregor, Algona. 8* FOR SALE OR TRADE—1929 Chevrolet coupe.—Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 8 FOR SALE—Copper Clad range, bed room suite, 9x12 Whitall rug, breakfast set, ice box, Hoover vacuum. All in excellent condition.—Mrs. A. H. Nelson, 221 Elm Bt., Algona. 8 FOR SALE OR TRADE—1931 Essex coach.—Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 8 FOR SALE—iPure bred Aberdeen Angus bull. Age 16 months.—John Oer- ber, Algona. 8 FOR RALE—Thresners or corn shell- crs' Hens. Algona Upper Des Molnes FOR SALE OR TRADE—1929 Pontiac coach.—Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 8 8C8S WHY NOT Send Them to Us? 0®&%%XKi^^ Our Expert Laundering Costa So Little! Think how easy it is to pack up your soiled clothes, give them to our driver—and have them returned to you fresh, beautifully ironed and ready to use. Just give us one opportunity to prove to you that you not only can gain freedom from drudgery but al- ao save money. Call 267 now and find out our new special low rate for home bundles. WE WASH EVERY DAY KIRSCH LAUNDRY 35 Head of Cattle 35 2 registered Ayrshire cows, 7 yrs. old; 1 Ayrshire cow, without papers. THE FOLLOWING ARE FTJREBREDS— Ayrshire cow, 6 yrs. old; 2 Ayrshire cows, 3 yrs. old; 1 Ayrihire heifer, 1 yr. pld; 1 Ayrshire bull, 5 yrs. old; Ayrshire bull calf. GRADE AYRSHIRE COWS— 5 cows, 6 and 7 yw. old; 4 cows, 3 yrs. old; 6 heifers, 1 yr. old; 3 alters, coming 1 yr.; 1 heifer, coming 1 yr; 7 fall and winter calves, consisting of 3 bulls and 3 heifers. 8 head of sheep, one old brood sow, farrow in April Farm Machinery 8-ft. McCormick binder; 5-H. standard mower; John Deere manure spreader; John Deere 1-row cultivator; 12-il. dump rake; 3-sectlon wood harrow; side delivery raku; Tower pulverizer; Deere corn planter; single disk Van Brunt drill; u-lt. disc; wagon wiih rack.; platform .scales; 2-hole corn sheller; ited corn Rotary grader; 6-in. Letz grinder; 12-in. gang plow; walking plow; bob sled; drag cart; grind stoc*; cream cooling tajik; wheelbarrow; hog crate; 5 Individual hog houses; gas tank; 60-gul. feed cooker, cast iron; 8 tray oat sprout- er; some pulleys and line shafts with hangers; 2 stands of bees with a lot of extra hives and supers; honey extractor; 400-egg super-hatch incubator; 3-gal. churn; 5 gal. barn paint and some household goods. TEKMS — Ca*fa, or see your banker. Mrs. A. A. Graham Co*. C. O. Kiddie, Auct. Burt Savii*s Bank, FOR SALE—Used reconditioned 1020 McCcrmick-Deertng tractor, with guarantee.—R. C- Bauer, Wesley, Iowa. 7-8' FOR SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal ranges. While they last $8950.—Bjustrom's. 8-tf Save thai cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50.—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf 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 Miscellaneous CALIFORNIA—Have party with 8 room bungalow in Glendale, Cal., clear, wants to trade for Iowa farm. Address XYZ this paper. 7-8-d Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Kirscha Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tf For Bent FOR RENT—7-room house. Partly modtrn.—Mrs. J. J. MoCall. Phone 131-J. 114 E. North St. 8 FOR RENT—Partly modern house. Close in. 2 E. College St.. phone 151. 8 Lost-Found LOST—Brown wool ladies purse, suoall and round. Between Greenhouse and Cbri&tenseu dry goods store.—Alice Dunham, Ledyard. Return to Upper Dee Moinett office. Reward. 8 Dependable Wiring Eliminates Fire Hazard It' the wiring in your home is antiquated, have us make it modern. DO YOU NEED FIXTUBES? Come in and pick them out today. Prices consistent with good workmanship and merchandise. PRATT ELECTRIC Phone 170 Algona, la. Exclusive Spring Hats For the Ultra-Smart All the quaint, new halo shapes, eveivso- pert bonnet types, Breton sailors with that smart wind-blown look, and Fashion's cleverest turbans, tricornes and bicornes. Spring's loveliest materials, too—the new straw cloths, bengalines and novelty straws galore. Hurry to try them on I MILLINERY Harness ,We have a number of sets of harness purchased at a low price. These are extra quality, high grade harnesses which carry an unusual guarantee. Any strap will be, replaced at any time if it proves defective. • y When our present stock is exhausted there will be an advance of 15 per cent on this same harness. Get one of these fine high grade harnesses now. Kohlhaas & Spilles xcsxazcscecfata^^ PUBLIC SALE on my farm located 5 miles west of Bancroft, 5 miles north of Lone Bock, 5 miles south and one mile west of Swea City on ' TUESDAY, FEB. 27 Starting at 10:30 A. M. All farm machinery must be disposed of before lunch, which will be served free from 11 :30 to 12:30 27 HEAD OF HORSES 27 One bay team coming 3 years old, weight 2800; one brown gelding coining 3 years old, weight 1200; one sorrel team, 8 and 12, one heavy in foal, weight 2900; two last spring colts; one brown team, 7 and 8 years old. weight 3400; one black team. 7 and 8 yean old, weight 2800; one black gelding, 8 years old, weight 1350; two colts coming two years old; one bay gelding, 4 years old, weight 1450; one team of mules, 10 and 12 years old, weight 2800; one gray team. of mares, one heavy in foal, 8 and 12 years old, weight 2800; one bay team, one in foal, 9 years old, weight 2700; one gray gelding, 14 years old, weight, 1100; one sorrel, 11 years old, weight 1400; one bay team of geldings, 8 and 8 years old, weight 3600; one brown mare in foal, 11 years old, weight 1500; one saddle horse. : 131 HEAD OF CATTLE 131 Twenty-two heifer calves; one yearling Shorthorn bull, 'weight 800; 13 oows; 40 steer calves; 13 yearling steers; 30 steers :on full feed consisting of 11 two-year olds and 18 yearling and oin cow; eleven springers. • -> 100 HEAD OF HOGS 100 Fifty feeding hogs; ten brood sows; 40 faU pigs. 400 Chicken*, White Rocks from Registered Flock Seed Corn, Barley, Oats Fifteen bushels of yellow dent seed corn; 150 bushels of Velvet seed barley; 350 bushels of Russian green seed oat*; one stack bay. 4 MOVABLE BUILDINGS 4 Two buildings, 32 feet long, 16 feet wide and 7-foot posts, with 3x6 fir «Uls; one building 8x12 with 6-foot poets; one building, 8x12 with 7- foot posts. These buildings are located on the Vincent half section farm, just feet of the James Doocy farm. Anyone interested in these buildings may look them, over before the day of the sale as they will be sold on the sale. MACHINERY One 18 -36 Hart-Parr tractor; one 3-bOttom John Deere plow; two individual hog houses, 8x12; four 5-foot Fresnos; one Deering corn binder, good as new; two McOormlck-Deering, 8-foot binders; one single row disc cultivator; one Rock Island disc, 9-foot; one MoCor- mick. disc, 13-foot; one Tantduam disc, 9-foot; one Sandwich elevator, complete witih hoist and power; one Davenport wagon; two hay racks With truck wagons; one grain box with wagon; one portable silo; oaq endgate seeder; one harrow; ten gets of Concord harness; fifteen steel barrels; one pump Jack; one and one-half h. p. MpConnick engine; one 2-horse Russell grader; one Data haystacker and buck rake; two self hog feeder*. 150 and 100 bushel capacity; two binder hitches, will work on Deering and McOonnick-Deering machine*. TERMS — Cash settled for. no property removed until fully JOHN SCHUMACHER Flaig, Preston ftnd Hanson, Auets. Titonka Savings Bank, Farmers and Traders Bank, Bancroft, Clerks.

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