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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 1,1934 Beef Cattlemen of Kossuth County Meet Friday to Plan Program Will Discuss State Policy; To Elect Delegate to ; State Meeting A meeting of beef feedrs and breeders will be held In the court room at Algona on Friday, March 2, to discuss •what plans can be formulated to bring beef production under the Agrlcultw- nl Adjustment Act, says H. J. •who has been instructed to Issue n call for such a gathering. This county meeting is expected to try and line up what they btlieve. should be the state policy in order to set the best returns to fanners interested in this part of agriculture. At the county meeting it is expected that a delegate will be chosen who will represent this county at the state meeting called" for March 7 at. Des Koines. Should Think of Industry Last week in DCS Moines. over 100! farmers and beef producers held an in- \ .formal dWcussion of the present sltiin tion and they felt it was time for low farmers who feed and brmi bcff ani mals to begin thinking of their inci try. No definite action was taken a Ihe Des M Pines meeting beyond is suing a call for the statewide mertin on March 7th. Because the State Corn-Hop Com mittee had a statewide organization the beef producers asked Chairman R. M. Evans to use his fleldmen to instl tute the local beef meetings, says Wil lard Edwards, local fieldman. AH Invited to Attend All farmers who raise beef cattle for breeding purposes, or feed cattle shoulc attend the county meeting and tak< part in the discussions. Last year bee cattle production was the largest in the history of the world and with bee nt present not a basic industry, there is a possibility of a serious further overproduction which will mean a loss to cattlemen greater than has been experienced in the past unle.'s steps to plan a program are taken. TITONKA NEWS Edward Kellner, 24, Passes; Services at St. Joe on Thursday St. Joe: Edward Kellner. 21, son of Mr. ajjd Mrs. Matt Kellner. died at the home of his parents southwest of St. Joe Tuesday morning, Feb. 20th after an illness of several weeks of Addlson's Disease. Funeral cervices were held Thursday mornln,? at 0 o'clock at St. Joseph's church with Rev. Father Geo. Theobold officiating. Pall bearers were six cousins, Theodore Hllbert. Raymond Becker, Tony Weydert, Vincent Kellner, Milford Elbert and Matt Besch. Interment was In St. Joseph cemetery. Edward~Kellner was born October 22. 1909, and was at the time of his death 24 years. 4 months and 29 days of age. His early departure from this life is mourned by his parents, two sisters, Isabelle and Loretta, two brothers. Arnold nnd Cyril, also a grandmother. Mrs. Catherine Kellner and many other relatives and a large number of friends. Relatives from a distance attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Elbert iatvd family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bcich and family, Mrs. John HUbert and daunhter u of Whltte- more; Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner. Jr.. Mr. And Mrs. Matt Bormann, Mll:c Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Hilbert and John Hilbert of St. Benedict; Mrs. Peter Hilbert and family of Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. John Zelmet and Frank Zeimct of Llvermore. W. J. Denton was an Algona culler Saturday evening. Henry Brandt purchased n new Plymouth car last week. Mrs. Miller Nelson entertained Mrs. Rogers of Iowa Falls, Monday. Miss Lauretta Larson waj 111 Monday. Her sister, Beulah, taught in her place. Wm. Winters and family moved to Algona Thursday. Sever Pannkiik did the moving. Albert Missal has a new position starting March 1, working for Milton Dahl at Algona. Mrs. Carl Callies who had her tonsils removed at Iowa City Monday, returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Breen r.f Wo V;» were Titonka business callers Tuesday and also visited with the J. D. Er^ens. OTVS rnorJrtw tn Alg-cni\ March 1st where Art will be employed by the International Harvester Co. Mrs. H. w. Schoenlein was a guest the pas! week of her daughters, Mrs. Car] H^ff and Mrs. L. C. Sheldahl at Ames and Madrid. Miss Lelia Stephens gave a surprire birthday dinner for Miss Mayberry at the home of Mrs. Charles Newville on Sunday. The faculty were the guests. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gartner attended the annual meeting of the American Honey Producers League from Monday until Wednesday of the past week. Mr. Gartner Is vice president of the Iowa Bee Keepers Association. A Washington birthday supper was served at the Methodist church Frb, 22. Waitresses were in costume. Mrs, George Bonacker was dressed as Martha Washington and Mrs. M. S. Craven was dressed as George Washington. j Mrs. Ray Bonacker was taken to Mason City hospital Monday for observa- ion during an appendicitis attack. She returned home Tuesday with her hur- band after it was decided that an r>p- ration was unnecessary at present. Mrs. Howard French entertained th.- >rldge luncheon Wednesday. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe received high score and Mrs. HENRY GOEKE, WHO HELPED SETTLE IN EARLY DAYS, PASSES Was 69 Years of Age; Came «""" pr hts Mfr Here from Germany When Young Man Ledyard: Henrr Got**, jfw munr years a resident of Mrtsrow Kossuth countv. was r*IH«rt to his fl?wU restlne plaw Thursday. FW», 28. *fl*r hte slbtf> for htm und more than » sw«J«>« tand in Mr. Ck#%* h»«1 and fnfwwl *« then <vn h* ««*JW» hte mow to the ftw*» Jam eo»»*Jhrt*P» ««»« WSt wxi Or*,-**r «\t **** wwor swsl » we* H> hfe *»* «tw a wriod of Ion* Htwss, Mr. Ow**was born January '- IMS. al Rube? To Stay With Burt Saving* Bank Wwtt Monttw: a C, OeWn*. Vesta Mtntv. banker, who was engaged by the i at the Btfrt SuTlngs bank SO to All Ui« pfeee in the local bank ram**) by VM ttwlirtwtloM of vice" f, R, R«opy. detained on hU with Mr. mibey for the pur- W» tatter's atock in th« bank Alter m*ktag » wn»ll down payment, Mr Rubey cancelled the deo> this k» momMered his plan to leave R\»r«. »ort will remain In charge of the Mtftir* ctf ihe Burt Sfcvlnfs Bank as be- fvr*. n fc> assumed by officers of the bunk that Mr. Getting hud ^ chance for Oftf KrNJW html ftx *««*** ^» «uf*S 1 wr n» iw .m «**'» , aitnougn ne gave of hte course of ac- in v.-ho nor? :rlv bsi-u-ni •r.d U;?r lv ci i r.firT > .?^ x -5 T •fl i;~;o :.!(« nrfiKK"r.«ii» Ki in 1879- In March ISM. ?•*• <-sry;f ca with for s; tiVTS and his cheater !*rsi hi* *n ) A *** Ssv: i«5 I J*i, rnamfPtVU WTtTO 8 INC*TON NEWS Q h,irr»rf> ; T.^»-ft. tvi fr «rnt ir; in TK-iri^fr" tiff, miifs east of U their hcwse er?T Mr. made hi* on Geek? *w5 number* asrwle war *wr.R«. munitv and ( his ran Jr. j>>f antt t»tVrae on and LONE ROCK SOCIAL AFFAIRS PLENTIFUL News lomer Downs, low. Mrs. H. C. Schwcp- te of Titonka and Ml*s Margaret Kene- Ick and Mrs. Cidney Laird of Algona ere guests. Mrs. H. A. French and son, Russel, ilrs. Harry Beed, Miss Irma Campell, Mrs. M. S. Craven and Miss Glays Boggess put on a progrs.ni at the T. A. meeting held at Swea City <fonday evening. Miss Campbell sane solo and the play "My Son John" as presented by the others in the arty. Mrs. Eric Peterson and son, Woodow, drove to Lester, Iowa, to attend ic funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs. laude Vlckcrman. Woodrow and his ousin, Fay Randolph of Wntertown, outh Dakota, returned home Saturday ight but Mrs. Peterson will remain :,wo weeks visiting realtivcs at Rock Rapids and Colcman. Miss Dorothy Newman of Sanbnm came home with Mrs. Stephen De Fri j s Thursday to spend the week, end. MTB. De Fries has been coaching declamatory contestants at Sanborn. Miss Newman was one of the winners, taking first in dramatic. The other two winners came up from Sanborn Sunday for training and Miss Dorothy returned home with them Sunday night. Thompson entertained at Sunday dinner, the followuiK in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ira NewbrooKb w&o arc zcoris? to Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lone, and sons. John and Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long and family of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. James Lone of Good Hope. Sundav afternoon callers at the Thompson home were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lone. Mrs. John Lone and son. Miki. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scott, all of Burt. _K ^.^« Parties, and Dinners Keep Community Active wfcidEt acweraun to Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Raloh Fifty Attend Shower Fifty attended a miscellaneous shower at the H. A. Wiener home Saturday evenine Riven in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener. Five hundred was played at seven tables. Mrs. Martha Chrlschillcs of Fenton and Emil Kralt won high prizes and low prizes went to Marv Lynch of Swea City nnd Hans Klindt; Hastc.sse.s were Mrs. Henry Schricder and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles. Easter Sunday is April 1st You will want new Spring clothes for that occasion. Se we suggest that you come in right now—select the cloth and the fashion style you like best and let us take your measure. Then we will tailor up the garments without fuss or hurry and they will be ready for you any time you call for them. ; We've got 200 new Spring fabrics to show you—top notch in quality- rock bottom in price. At any price you elect to pay you may be sure of absolute satisfaction in style, fit and wear—it's guaranteed. Come in tomorrow if you can. You will then be certain of having your new Easter clothes Just the way you want them and on time. . Madson & Hanson "The Home of Better Clothes" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris visited at the Ernest Kruener home at Burt Sundav. J. M. BInnchard went to Des Moin- cs Monday to attend a lumbermen's convention. John Lone had the misfortune to fall while loading coal Friday and fracture his left arm. Calvin Householder trucked a load to Nevada Friday for Carl Whltnev where he is movine. Mrs. Watson Snick entertained her CITZ HOTEL inneapolis Newest Breproof Hotel Co«tv*iri*nt la Jottort >nd Depwtawot «»• Coffee Shop R*tt* R«dwccd AND UP Htn you KM M^oy lk« iooi ca*Jol( it rtm we* v«itil«t»d food -hop. M fvt Mti.fy yow p,| t |, .rffc *, «oU4 food*. ip,cW CWb W, M, Mk. l.ich... M Din« and Dane* *I IHI F A M O 0 I SPANISH VILLAGE ,arkin club nnd a few invited jrue.sts Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen vis- ted at the Fred Thomsen home near Ringsted Sundav. H. A. Wiener accompanied a car load __' cattle to Chicago last Tuesday ariu returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walsh and family were dinner jruests at the Art Sorank home last Tuesday. Mary Ann and Maxnic Flals entertained at Sundav dinner Mary N Jane and EuKene Hoftus and Dorothy Hobon. Eileen Walsh, who is attending col- eee at Sioux City spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh. Alma Madison, R. N.. who is at the Dr. Miller home at Fenton. caring for Mrs. Miller and baby, visited at home Sundav. Virgil Schrader. mechanic at the Roderick garage, attended the autc show at Des Moines last Monday and Tuesday. Henry Hartwell Is on the sick list week and Donald, son of Mr, and Mrs E. M. Jensen was ill last week with bronchitis. Mrs. H. N. Oaher of Graettinger came Friday for a few days' visit at the home of her daughter. Mrs. E. M. Jensen and family. The Mothers Club will meet next week Wednesday March 7th. at the home of Mrs. Victor Rogers. Mrs. Andrew Thomsen as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flail? attended a surprise birthday party at the Leonard Heerdt home Sundav evening given in honor of Mrs. Heerdt's birthday. The Ladies Mite society met at the home of Mrs. S. M. Gladstone Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will be at the Iwrne of Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained a number of neighbors at her home Friday afternoon a.s a farewell party for Mrs. Ben Gunther who Is moving to Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank and Mrs. Oscar Earing attended a rural letter carriers convention of district 6 at Rockwell City Thursday. Mrs. W. T. Fish of Whittemore vl3- ited at the J. M. Blanchard home last Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. H. A. Whitehlll of Burt was also a guest at the Elanchard home Thursday. Hugh Walsh accompanied his brother-in-law. Giles HoUortm of Reddick. Illinois, who has been visiting at the WaUh home to Chicago Friday and from there will go to Reddick. Ill Mr. and Mrs A. A. Krueger. Chet Alme and Ersel Blanchard drove to Fonda Sunday to take Rev. 8. M. Gladstone there where he will assist with an evangelistic meeting for two week*. Mrs. Robert Padgett entertained Mrs. Roy Jensen. Mrs. Otto Jensen. Mrs. Ralph. Thompson, Mra. E. M. Jensen and Mrs. A. A. Krueger in honor of her slater, Mrs. Clifford Meyer last Wednesday afternoon. The following attended the music festival at Algowt Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hoiliater. ton. Veraoa and daughter. Coil* Jaue, Barah Wblte- hill. Wm. aud Cieo Hobcon. Mrs MUU- gau. Robert and Margaret Gladstone, tout Verne and Dorothy " ' coro- 5h«? reotroi of the ttse ftarxfe of kv- predwers, are now feeing organised Iowa. In fart, the educa- acd sijjn-up pfcases of the corn- pivacmm are nearly orer. Fbrtnu- pf tfee producer control association and checking and certifying contracts are about all that remain. One of the duties of the permanent township committee is to assist the county allotment committee and omin- y agent in a preliminary examination of contracts received from the temporary township committee. The corn-hog administration In Washington makes it clear that if a producer's figures are questioned it Is not necessarily a reflec- jon on his honesty, and the adjustment the producer's figures does not Imply any lack of confidence in his in- egrity. It is explained by the corn-hog sec- ion that the whole program is for the nirpose of raising prices, thereby benc- ittlng the producer. The only way to ibtain higher prices is through an ac- ual decrease in the number of hogs marketed. Lazarus Van Ote, a tanner living 6 miles northwest of Cedar Raplrs, has ?rown corn for more than a half century. But this year is the first time he ever contracted any land to the government. The 1934 corn crop is the seventy-sixth consecutive crop in whi?Ji Mr. Van Ote has been interested. He started cultivating corn when he was 10 years old. And at 86 years old he is signing a corn-hog contract with the government. Late for Lnst Week) Mrs. KUa Mevt-rs is visiting with at Bancroft, Twelve ladies eathercd at the church <»M Frklar for the February Mission- arr meetinr. Mrs. QpldridRe presided. The Henrv Scheppman family were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Ben Schmidt near Fenton. John Less was a week end visitor of hit .^evrntwn rear old daughter. Rosie. who Is a patient at the Oakdale sanitarium. The Cresco Embroidery club met with Mrs. Marie Parsons last Wednesday afternoon. Eleven mejnbers were present. The Ed Wolfe family will move to the farm vacated by the Caseys. This place is known to older residents as the Ned Dodge farm. Mrs. Battle Burllngame of Rich Point neighborhood, visited several days last week at the home of her friend, Mrs. A. D. Headley in Irvlneton. Sunday evening friends gathered at the Steve Loss home honoring Mr?. Loss with a blrthdax party. A covered dish luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. George Hillej and their daughter, Mrs. Jennings, moved this week into Mrs. Sankey's bouse, better known as the Bert Bedell residence. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mangle of Llv- ermore. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Stilts. Howard Clarke and E4na Bunkofske were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller. The Robert Carjueys, Elliott Sklllings, Willard Gregsons and O. L. Millers, composed the committee for the next Friday night .dancing club. Sunday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Miller enter- ained the committee. Mrs. Martin Becker, Mrs. Barney Frankl and Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained about a hundred ladles last Saturday afternoon at the annex honoring Elsie Egel Hudson with a miscellaneous shower. Mrs. Hudson received many beautiful and useful gifts. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ulfers nnd family f Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Runchey and amily of Rivcrdale township vtcre Sunday KuestsjU; the WM. Greenfield home. Joth ladles are daughters of the Greenfields. Mrs. Ulfers will continue her visit for this week wtth her parents. Mrs. Alice Duryea left last. Saturday 'or Seneca to visit her daughter. Mra. Ralph Campbell, on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Campbell accompanied by Mrs. Duryea, motored to starbuck, Minn., where Stewart Green, brother of Mr?. Duryea. is critically ill, having suffered a severe stroke. The Friendship club rrtet recently with Mrs. Tony Becker. Mrs. Jack Devine was presented with a beautiful Friendship quilt as a farewell present from the club. Two yean ago Mrs. . Devine and Mrs. Ray Fitch represent* ed Kossuth county at the state fair giving A demonstration. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker were pleasantly surprised Hat Monday evening when about forty of their friends and .neighbors gathered at their home for • farewell party. The Bfectert have lived for aemal years on the Mra. O. R. Lewis farm and it is with regret that their friends see them leave. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh entertained frfr. and Mrs. John Bockes and the George Scuffhnm family last Friday ;vening at seven o'clock dinner, and ater in the evening friends and nelgh- mrs arrived as a farewell surprise for the Scufitham family who are soon to nove to the old Sarchett place, known o older residents as the Paine place. A great exodtis is predicted for tula community next wee*. It has been many ndltio since^iwh 4 general moving condition baa prevailed. The Austin Summers, have already located new Clear Lake and ft family ftom Ekjtle Grove will tenant their term. The Martin Beckers will move to the Claud* Sampson farm southeast of Burt. Tha A. L. Joraans who now reside on tha Sampson farm, will come to the old Arndt place now tenanted by the Wattens, who in turn will BO to the Lon« farm- on east McGregor. The Bntter- flelds south of Irylngton will RO to Uw Moore farm northwejt of Algonfl ant Oleo Black will come to ttut BtitMT* field farm. John Olsch will St*«i the Galbralth place Where Yeiinft Haley farms and the Forbes Stllz family will work for Alvin Weber where Frank Asa now lives. Oeorce Scuffham win tenant the old Paine facm, now occupied by the Hughes family. Robert Oas- eys KO to Mrs. Tom ChUton's farm west of the old O'Rourke farm. Frank Ka- lewskl from the Hobarton neighborhood moves to the C, R. Lewis place. Frank Asa will ma>ve Into the J. C. Vlawdsley tenant house and work for Clarence. Seward Thornton will mov« nto Irvington because of ill health. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON ft LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat! Bank Blk, ALOONA. IOWA Iowa, as would be expected, Is .leading the way in the corn-hog reduction sign-up. Among the other states now signing up corn-hog contracts are: Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota. Minnesota, Texas and California. Other states are still conducting educational meetings. They will hold sign-up days as soon as these are completed. v • • Farmers who participate in the production adjustment program are to be furnished record books to serve as a basis for assembling information required by the AAA, and to aid them in planning future operations. This book will provide forms for taking crop inventories on all basic commodities, as well as beef and dairy products, at the beginning and end of each year. The new record book is not intended to supercede other accounting systems now in use by farmers, but is primarily for recording production and disposal of basic commodities. • • • A recent announcement from the farm credit administration says that nurserymen, florists, greenhouse men horticulturists and other growers who devote the major part of their time and assets to agricultural production, have beer, added to the list of "farmers" who are eligible for short-term loans from the 587 production credit association organized in this country. ST. BENEDICT NEWS o£»;o»xfa#}2c&»xc^ Al Rosenmever Is the owner of a new Ford purchased last week. J. O. Downs spent the past week at Wesley helping his mother and brother. Edward, move. Miss Adelald Elsenbarth of Algona spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. Miss Ellen Simons returned last Wed. neiday evening from Iowa City where she had spent the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Arndorfer were Saturday afternoon callers at the Julian Arndorfer home at Algona. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer, sons Herbert and Bernard and daughter 1 . Lucille. were shoppers at Aljjona Monday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Huschka and I children left last Thursday morning (or Pel ton, Minn., where Mr Huschka will find employment. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Mr*. Josephine Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Frances Miller and Mra. A. F. Hiuphka were snoopers at Algona last week Tun- day. MUc Marion Arndorfer auiated with the household duties and cared for Little Jackie at ttie home of her *Uter. Mr*. Walter Lkhter at Alftona tha put «eek while Mr». Llchter was ill. Mr. and Mr*. P. F. Immerfall moved their household good* to tha former Jowph Rahm, ST.. home the oast week where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mr*. George Orein moved onto the ImmerfeU farm. J. L, BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALOONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON B. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hotchfeon Donald C, Un<«hi*on Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qidnby Bldg. Phone 961 E. J. TAN NESS * O. W. 8TILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. Stiumway Edward D. Kelly SHTJMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Pbone 58 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Qulnby Building. Phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Qulnby & Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Fhone 460-J ALOONA, IOWA Res. 315 CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phone 65 J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) B. E. McMabon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McStAHON A LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALOONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS i. N. RBNEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A, L. Rlst over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phono SM ALOONA, IOWA O. H. CRETZHETTER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND BtJROEOK Office John Oalbralth Bldg. — 444-S10 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Oateopathlc Physician and Burgecd General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALOONA, IOWA P. V. JAN8E, M. D. PHYSICIAN Is SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone MK-Res. 368; Office 666 G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 911 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocalne used for extraction Located over Christensen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence, 47> ALOONA, IOWA DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnket Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R Algona, Iowa L. M. MERRITT Mortician and Funeral Director Phone 11 Algona, Iowa PUBLIC SALE Deciding to quit farming we will sell at public auction at the S. A. Gardner farm located 3 miles north, % mile west of Algona, 3 miles straight west of the Plum Creek elevator, 7 miles south, % west of Burt on 169 on WEDNESDAY, MAR. 7 Sale Starts 1 o'clock sharp 3 HORSES 3 1 black mare, wt. 1350, 15 years old; 1 gray mare, wt. 1250, 16 years old- 1 roan gelding, wt. 1400, 18 years old. ' 3 BROOD SOWS 3 MACHINERY 8-ft. John Deere grain binder, John Deere spreader, John Deere 2-bottom tractor plow, John Deere endgate seeder, John Deere sulky plow, walking plow McConnick mower, 4-section drag, 3-section drag, Rock Island corn planter' fertilizer attachment with 120 rods wire, hayrack and wagon, 2 wagons and boxes, 3 single row cultivators, brooder stove, 500-chick size, Melotte cream separator, grindstone, 2 h. p. Witte gas engine, small 4-in. feed grinder elevator horse power, International 10-ft. disc and other article too numerous to mention. TERMS—Cash or see your banker. No property to be removed until settled Huff Bros. Exchange State Bank, Wesley, Clerk Lou Matern, Auctioneer

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