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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1934 TTTONKA YOUNG PEOPLE IN AUTO MISHAP AFTER CHURCH FUNCTION Blinding Light Caused Mis hap, But No Serious Injuries Tltonka: An auto accident occurred Just south of the railroad tracks south of town last Friday night. A party of yotmg folks returning from a Sunday School party on the way to town were struck by the car of a young man from Hutching, we presume on his way home. Considerable damage was done to both cars. Blinding lights was the reason given for the accident. RHrs Claire Heifner. oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner and Florence Bacon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon, also of Tltonkn were married at DCS Motnes. Monday. April 16. Th«? young couple will make their future home in Des Moines. Fortttpr Resident III Mrs. Anton Pannkruk of Blooming Prairie. Minn., was op?rated on fo.' appendicitis Wednesday at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pannkuk formerly ran a store here at Tltonka. Her parly recovery is hoped for by her many friends here. Harry Seed was In Hampton on business Tuesday. Howard French was in Ksthcrvirte on business Tuesday. Barbara Ball was absent from school this wwk because of an attack of the measles. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner attended a mail carriers' meeting at LuVerne Tuesday evening. Raymond Heifner who is taking a business course at Des Moines came home Friday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken took their son, Edward back to Decorah Monday where he attends college. Beryl Boggess of Tltonka nnd Ronald Blvldge of Burt drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday night to attend a dance. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson nttondPd the funeral of Leroy Johnson Monday at Algona. Rev. Faul of Tltonka conducted the services. Dale Craven and Mrs. M. S. Craven returned from South Dakota, where they had token Mrs. Craven's mother. Mrs. Shilling', to her homo. Telko Sietscma of Waterloo nnd Tab Sjetsema of Ackley visited from Tuesday until Wednesday with their cousin. Heyo Boeckelman and family. Mrs. John Pouclson with her son and daughter Aval and Rosa, were In town Tuesday visiting old friends and looking after business matters. Frank Fisher. W. J, Dent on anrl John Wilson drove to Des Moines Tuesday where Johnny received his new Chevrolet coups purchased from the local dealer. Frank Fisher. Frank reports that deliveries on new cars nre hard to mi. Seed Chairman in County Named to Receive Requests, Names of Auxiliary unit, chairmen from whom free seeds for relief garden projects may be obtained were announced yesterday by Mrs. Ida Larson, county chairman of the work. They -are as follows; Algona. Mrs. K. R. Morrison; Bancroft, Mrs. L. Mousel; Ix>r»e Rock, Mrs. W. Flalg-; Xltonka, Mrs. I^ee O. Wolfe; Lu Verne. Mrs. Ed Detmert; Whttte- more, Mrs. Mary Woodward; Ledyard, Mrs. Wm. Oarry, and Swem City, Mrs. A. J. Christenscn. L«kota and Burt chairmen have not been najmed. Persons desiring the seeds should get in touch with their nearest chairman. Further details of the free seed project may be found on an inside page. Each package of seeds is eno-ugli to supply a garden snot 100 feet by 1OO feet with the exception of potatoes and onions. Supervisors Only Lukewarm to Plan of Relief by State Supervisors Charts Morris. Will Cos- grjve, Frank fU'-tpman 5»:>d W. E. Mc- boanld. County Engineer H. M. Smith. E J. Butler, county auditor, and Joe Kelly of the city water -vr»d light de- ment. went to Des Moir>*».s last Saturday to attend a meeting wltri state relief officials. Kossuth county was offered $500 as Us share of the s*ate relini fund for Twent Years IVezvs (Taken from the flies of the Upper Des Molnes-Republican for the week of April 22, 1934) John Frankl had started to build a flne new home on Elm street Prank Winkel had been ill at that time with a severe case of the grippe. Robert Runchey had driven his car up to Albert day. Lea the previous Mon- tho next 6O day?, but according to the Tnen who attended, to get this money the county would be forced to hire a social worker and stenographer, and after figuring in these items of ?xpense they saw too little to gain by taking the state money. At the same time, the county would have to offer a sum on a 6O-40 basis. that is they would hax'e to offer 20 per cent more than the sta.to to obtain the state money. Dahl Enters Second , Year as Hatchery Head Martin Dahl, manager of the Swea City Hatchery, had a pleasant visit with us the other day. Martin reports that the business of chick hatching has been picking up, and Is running well ahead of last season. Martin la a young and energetic business man. who is rapidly taking his place among Swea City's prominent business men. He is In his second year of managing the hatchery. Send$l for tho next 5 months of THE Atlantic Monthly Make the most of your reading hours. Enjoy the wit, the wisdom, the companionship, the charm that have made the ATLANTIC, for seventy-five years, America's moat quoted and mast cherished magazine. Send $1 (mentioning this ad) to The Atlantic Monthly, 8 Arlington SU, Boston 14-19 Burt Boy Injured Biu-t: Leslie Graham, the sevon yoar old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham was quite badly injtired Monday at school when he fell under the ocean wave while playing. Rebekahs Convene Burt: The twentj--seventh annual county meeting of the Rcbekah lodge was hold at Burt, Monday ev^nir.s with 57 in attendance. The Burt "lodgr won he efficiency trophy. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sunday visitors at tine Sanders were home of Mrs. Sanders' brother, Mr. and >lrs. John Pink and family near Tltonka. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kirschbaum ot Mason city spent Saturday night at the home of his brother. Mr. and Mrs. August K-Lrscbbaum and family. Mrs. Fred Neahring and son, Donald Mason City shoppers Saturday. Neahring's mother. Mrs. Henry were Mrs. Glave of Britt accompanied them. Mrs- Sarah Wise, son Herman and daughter, N-ell and Mrs. I>rusJlla Noble were Sunday nffternoon. visitors and supper gniests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven near Swea City. Mr. and, Mrs. Ansel Richard of Algona and other visitors •were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith. Mrs. Richard and Mrs. Greenfield are sisters. The m-en of the Sexton church are planning a Mothers and Daughters banquet to be given on "TTiursday evening, April 26th at the church. The men will do the cooking and serving themselves. So *very mother come and bring your daughter. Andy Baker and children from Mason City came Saturday evening and stayed until Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff. Mrs. Bak<r, who has been caring for Mrs. Huft the past two weeks, while she wajs sick, returned home with them Sunday. Sirs. Huff a daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Xlj.;-r.-y and fc Lfcon anci Mr. and itr». O'.'.n Kirschbaum ail of Ma*on C"*- y were Sunday dinner trut-sts at rii-e- r.orr.e of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ku.-.chbuu.'n ! OtliL-r v—-sitors th*--re •*•»_-re Mr. arvi Mrs. I Richard Garrnan ar-.-cl c^»u?Kt«-r. Lr-'.na ] of east of Wfe-sley. J,lr a.r.d Mri S'.an- I h-y Oiirrr.tm and iifue daughvr of j Oarn«-r ttnd Ifr. ar.d ^2Lrs Eugn.e (Tint i arid Uirt-t- chlldrvn. fe^-s.^ ot H'.-x'-o.'i i Tom McOilligran of I>edyard had been a visitor in Algona the Monday before. Miss Ida Anderson had gone to Sioux City and spent the week end with relatives. Bert Stock was carrying his arm In a sling as the result of a "kick" while cranking his car. J. E. Moulds had been called to Forest City the previous week to attend the funeral of his aunt. Tom Reid was building a new barn on his farm west of Algona. It was to be 60x40 feet In size. Clarence Shuts had located in DCS Moines and had a flne position In one of the big barber shops. O. P. McDonald. Burt. had undergone an operation for rupture the previous week and was recovering nicely. The new city well was nearing completion nnd was now over 700 feet deep. Work was going on day and night. Algona had a laundry, managed by a Chinaman at that time and hds name had been discovered to be George Fone King. Miss Lizzie Hohn had gone to Pine River. Minn., for a visit with her brother. She had then planned to go on to her claim in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paxson had received word that a granddaughter had been born at the home of their son. El wood, in Mountain View. Oklahoma. Rural mail carriers had been jubilant over the $10O raise in salary they were to receive July 1st. This made their salaries amount to about $1200 a year. Mrs. C. H-crman. Mrs. Rov Tilllntt- hast. Mrs. C. C. Wright and Mrs. John M. Vtnjon had been hostesses to the Naomi Circle in the I. O. O. F. hall the previous Thursday evening. TTv? nuto firm of Kelley ft Clement had just dissolved. Mr. Clrment then nijngocl nrage. himself in tho P. A. Corey W. A. Barry had withdrawn from the Barry * Mathes firm, proprietors of a restaurant. Th« Ferguson GXllesple firm, bracksmlthe, had also dissolved, Mr. Ferguson taking over the business. An article stating that "Jlmmle" Ne- vlUe was proving: as much * success as a farmer as he was a merchant was carried in this issue of the Upper Des Moines. "Jlmmle" had just made several Improvements on his farm north of town, building a house, barn and other buildings. A tenant was taking care of the place white Mr. Neville lived In town. Mr. Neville then advertised under the head of "The Irish Jew." Taken from th? fashion notes of the Tipper DCs Mcrtnes: "Hats for spring are to be little things but gay, judging from "confections" shown privately at th« annual convention of the National Association of Retail Milliners in Chtcngo. The tango hat te made ur> principally In emerald green and gold yellow. On bhe.se hats are flaunting high bows of irlght i*lbbon. One of the spring hats Is the "ear muff" hat, which has a pocket made of taffeta silk for the left •ar. from which hangs a huge jet ornament. The political situation In Kosstith county twenty years ago was as follows: republican nominee for representative, " M. Dye of Swea City; democratic nominee. J. W. Sullivan of Algonn; bull moose nominee. Lee O. Wolfe of Titonka. Joe Jenks of Ledyard and V. B. Tripp of Gormania were out for clerk of court. Deputy Auditor E. H. Beardsley was a candidate for auditor. For county treasurer. W. J. Davison of Burt was a republican candidate, H. J. McChesney of Algonn. a democratic candidate. Mrs. Agiw-s M. La.rtley w^-s again running for the offlw of recorder, having served one vear. Claude Samson was the republic™-, candidate for LAKOTA NEWS Mieriff and L. T. nominee. O'lffin was a bull Last Week Kossuth Hospital Nem Mrs. Julius Arndorfcr of Algona gave birth to a baby girl Friday morning. The child has been named Joan Amelia. Mrs. Godfrey Geilenfeldt, Lotts Creek icntered Friday morning to (receive treatment for a fractured hip received in a fall. John Johnson of Algona, employed on the McEnroe farm, entered for medl- cnl treatment. Emll Paling of LuVcrne entered Saturday for medical treatment. Gladys Schultz. Algona, office girl in Dr. A. Adams' office, submitted to an operation for appendicitis Saturday. Percy Kuhn of Algona entered Sunday for medical treatment. iuRerve Beenkrn of Titonka entered Monday for medical treatment. Mrs. Pauline Wooster of Alpona un- lerwent an appendicitis operation Monday evening. Notice of Probate of Will No. 3836 in District Court. April term, 1934. State of Iowa. Kossuth county, iS. You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Eliza Jarv? Turnbaugh, deceased, dated May 19, 1919. having been this day filed, opened and read, trie 9th day of May, 1934, is nxed for hearing prqpt of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said couny or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons are hereby notified and requred 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, April 10. 1934 E. J. MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court. Sullivan, McMahon <fe Linnan, attorney. 15 . 17 Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATIC OF IOWA KOKSUTH COUNTY. SB. Notice IH l...r.-t,y Hiv.-n that vlr- S|.,-,-l,-il i:<cr-<-n!l<in .liroclod to inn "rk t<l the I'lstrirt Court I'MIHUY. Iowa. MM a jil<lix- •i| in s;tl<l Court on tbi- 7th v of April. 1!i:: I. In favor of Josi-pli <'"|ip. TriiMt.-.- us plaintiff, ami UK- i-<t William .1. (;rolb)iiiN as flofrml- I. for tin- sum of Flv.- Thousand Sov- lliin.l],-,! Thirty-Nine ami 96-1(10 .'•.7:i:i.!in i Dollars ami foxta. taxed at H- HiiiiilriMl Fourteen ami 50-100 UlllT.oi Dollars ami aroriiitiK costs, I linvi- l.-vic.l ujion the following it<>HCrll>- nd ri-ul uriipvrty as tho property of tl Bald William .1. UroUiauB. Amanda (.rutliaiis. <.f nl to Batlcfy sajd execution, to-wlt: Th» Snuthcnnt Quarter of the North cant Unartpr (SKW NK'/4) and tins Kast Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (IOH HW(4 NK',41 'til In se.-tlon Two (2) Township Ninety Kiuht (9S> North, Han,,,, Twenty Seven (1:7) West of tho 5lh 1*. M. And I will proceed to sell unid prop erty. or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy said execution, with rosts and nrrrulnir costs at pnb lie. auction, to the hlKh.-st bidder, for rush. In tmrnl, on (I.e Kin day or May. I!i:f4. at the east ilunr of the Court House In AlRomi. In KoHBiith County Iowa, al the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of xali! day. when nnd where due attendance will he Klven by the umler- W. L. Asche was at Algona last Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tamen were business visitors at Algona last Friday afternoon. Mrs. 8. P. Powers and Mrs. V/ade Ball were visitors at Algoaa last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Rlppentrop of Buffalo Center were here Sunday vl*- rtlng relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentmp and daughter, of Woden were visiting relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyer and son, Wm., were business visitors at Bancroft last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John TJnderdahl of Austin. Minn., were guests Sunday at he Ed Underdohl home. The S. P. Powers family were enter- :ained at dinner Sunday at the Wm. Chandler home near Brltt. Mrs. Fred Park of Algona was a vis- tor one day last week at the Frank Miller and Wade Ball homes. Mrs. C. R. Smith accompanied her daughter, Mrs. O. B. HeeUand of Buf- c.lo Center, to Mason Oftty last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rlsius and two Ittle sons of Frost were here Sunday tteixling church services nnd Vlsiti»g relatives. Mrs. Henry Bumson of Grand Rapids. Minn., has been vfeitlng at the home of her brother. Ed Underdfthl and family for several days. Little Miss Doris Jean Heetland of Buffalo Center spent last Thursday visiting here with her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter were up fro»i Mason Oity to spend the week end with the R A. Wortman. C. K. Rippentrop and Andrew Jansen families. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald, went to Mason City Saturday and vlsltel until Sunday at the home of Mrs. Worley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bailey. A few relatives and friends from Burt and Lakota were entertained one evening last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Baum in honor of their daughter, Elsie's birthday. The Missionary society of the Presbyterian chdrch will meet Thursday byterian churrh will meet Thursday ust Gutknecht with Miss Emma Gut- tnecht as assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer visited Sunday afternoon at the C. K. Rlp- »ntrop home near Elmore, and In the venlng they visited at the Harold Madtske home also near Elmore. The David Pattersons, Peter Bruers •xnd the Wade Balls attended a joint :ounty meeting of the American Le:ion and Auxiliary that was held at Tltonka, last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Julia Wortnmn, Miss Gertrude Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman end sons, John and Don, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and daughters, Violet and Elaine spent Sunday afternoon at the Wade Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sruer accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Harold Madteke and family of near Elmore, and the Fred Weinberger family of near Buffa- lo Center, were dinner guests last Sunday ftt the Wm. Rflcklefs home at Tl- tonka. Mrs. Tom Tamen, Mr. and Mrs. Qrft- bau, Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Miss Gertrude Wortman and Miss Blanche MH- ler were among those who accompani** the high school band, orchestra MM glee club to Algona, Saturday where they took part In the music festival. Streamline shoes that get their style from the airways. You'll like their smooth sleek looks—like their glovelike fit and their fine workmanship. Over thirty different models to choose from and they're all priced at only Christensen Bros. Shoe Department NEW ENLARGED AND REMODELED QUARTERS ila K,th dny of April. 19.t< fAIil, l»AHI,HAi:SKJ!. Sheriff of KosHnth County. Iowa lly i-AHKV I.OSH. Deputy. Qmu-ton & Miller. 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