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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1934
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The Algnna Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2,1934 THOMPSON FAMILY REUNION HELD SUNDAY; FATHER, 6 SONS REUNITED Peter Thompson, Aged 80, Happy As Relatives Qath- ; er on Joyful Occasion lAiVerne: The Thompson family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mr. Thompson Is 80 years old. At noon e picnic dinner was enjoyed after •which the afternoon was spent socially. Late In the afternoon Ice cream and cake were served to all. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Burt Thompson, Mildred and Donald of Iowa Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Georpre Thompson and Duane of Ledyard, "Mr. and Mrs. Pay Thompson, Marjory and Jack of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Kverett Thompson and two children of Xiake City, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen ThomBson and son. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thompson of Titonka, and Miss Doris Thompson of Renwlck. In the afternoon Peter Thompson and his six sons went to Bode whrrp thev hurt their pictures tnk-cn totrrthpr. Another son, Charles Thompson of Minnesota, was not nresent. Mrs. Fechner Is visiting relatives In Aleonn. Mrs. Lane, from Illinois. Is visiting at the Arnold Sanders home. Barney Gardner visited Saturday afternoon with George Stoddard at Rea- wlck. Mrs. Blanche Allen of Mason CUv visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. El- vln Huber. Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Beverly and P'.rk and Marv Alice Blgelng were Des Moines visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurlo? O'Connell came Saturday from Lombard, Illinois for a visit at the Wm. Ellis home Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ocflwell and family of Alirona were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Llchty, Sunday. Members of the Christian Endeavor hiked to the country Mondav afternoon where they enjoyed a picnic supper. Billy Chapman returned home Friday from Goldrteld after spending a \reek with hU grandfather, Gaorge Ka- foele. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dornburger and baby of Huron, South Dakota, spent the week end at the Dick Wermerscn home. MM. Will Thompson went to Iowa Palls Sunday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Burt Thompson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Etrsm and three children of Des Moines visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford. Mrs. Flora Raney returned home lust week from Relnbeck, where she had teen visiting her daughter. Mre. Hazel Frel and husband. Miss Margaret Masterson returned home Sundav after spending a we«k •with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs- DeRae Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Llnerman and three children and Mr. Llnennanti mother of Slbley, Illinois, are visiting here »t the home of Mrs. Ous Buff. Mrs. Huff and daughter, Nellie and their company went to Webster Cltv Monday to visit Mrs. Hufl's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Will Jensen. Mrs. Huff and daughter Nellie. Mr. and Mrs. David Hufl and family and Mr and Mrs. Linerman and family visited the grotto at West Bend Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Leinbaich who Is social welfare worker In New York, spoke In the Presbyterian church Sunday in place of her father, Rev. Lein- }ach. Mrs. Charles Stone. Irene Little and Marie Temple of West Bend visited last week with her sister, Mrs. Flora Raney and her brother, Jess Stoddard and tamlly. Jack Hlgglns who has been visiting at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska the past six w-seks, returned to his home in Fort Dodge Wednesday. Maynard Spooner accompanied h.'s brother, Lloyd and wife of Fort Dodge and his sister, Mrs. George Marty of Mason City to New York last week, where they will be entertained by the Eoultable Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. Don Llchtv returned to their home in Chicago Wednesday after two weeks' visit here with his father, C. H. Lichty and other relatives. Miss Grace Llehty went with them as far as Toledo for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Chapman and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and family. Mrs. C. C. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and Margaret Masterson enjoyed a picnic SUPTKT and wiener roast at the Renwick Park Friday night. The Livermore band came to Lu- Verne Saturday evening and treated the people of this community to a concert. Ther.? was a very larpe crowd In town to enjoy the music. After the concert the band boys were taken to the community hall where they were treated to ice cream and cake by Miss Anna Murray. •<XXX^WX&^^ |ST. BENEDICT NEWS § S&oxi®®!^^ Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Immerfall were shoppers at Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm of Des Moines spent Sunday with relatives here and In Algona". Mrs. J. N. Ludwig and little son returned home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital at Algona. Mrs. John Arend has been quite seriously ill Saturday and Sunday with an attack of gallstones. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clnk were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klemme near Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer and family were Sunday evening visitors at the E. F. Arndorfer home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strelt and the former's father all of Algona were callers at the J. L. Raskopf and Martin Rahm homes Sunday evening. Miss Ellen Simons returned home on Monday evening after having spent the past two weeks at Iowa City, where she had her tonsils and adenoids removed. Miss Josephine Bruenlng left Saturday morning for the Leo C. Miller home near Plum Creek where she will assist with the household duties lor several weeks during Mrs. Miller's illness. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Perry and the. former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Perry and John Augustine, all of Belleview, Minn., stopped a short time at the A. J. Fehr home Satlrday o the A. J. Fehr home Saturday even- Ing on their way to Mason Cltv to visit relatives of the Perrys until Sunday when they returned to the Fehr home where thev had supper and all deoarted for their home that evening. Mr. Augustine Is a cousin of Mr. Fehr. Will Kirschbaum, 74, Sexton, 1« Honored Sunday on Birthday Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirsch- Dauiu enjoyed a surprise fauimay wneii a numoer 61 tnt ' r cnudren orove in wen uasfcets lor a picnic . umner m honor of tneir lather's 7*cn uiruuiay. 'JUiose wno were present were ivir. aim Mrs. Kicnard Oarman, ncrch- 01 Wesley, Mr. ana Mrs. otto , . 01 Mason Oily, Mr. ana Mrs. Eugene Clnk and children, west oi Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. O. Klrschbauin and ramiiy of near Crystal Lake ana Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maleney and son, Leon, of Mason City. Mrs. Mary Huff visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Clem Cunningham shelled corn on his farm west of town Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Bahr entertained at a little party Sunday evening in honor of their daughter, EJgena'i llth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond of near Wesley were Sunday visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Amy timith, west of town. Harvey Steven enjoyed a short visit from an aunt of his from Chicapro last week Sunday afternoon. This was the first time he had ever seen her. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield spent Sunday afternoon visiting at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and family. The Wm. Greenfields live near Irvinfrton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malaney and son Leon of Mason City visited the latter part of last week at the home of her oarents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kirschbaum. They are on their vacation. Mrs. Sarah Wise, daughter Nell and Mrs. Drusilla Noble were Saturday afternoon visitors at the home of th-c-ir grandson and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burger and family near Burt. Andy Baker came Saturday evening and visited until Sunday at the home of his daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff and family. Mabel, who had been staying with her sister a time, returned home with her father. Lois Milter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller, accompanied her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thornton to their home in Sioux City Sunday afternoon, where she will remain for several weeks' visit before school opens. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, sons Wilbur and Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Even Hodgln and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven w>2re all Sunday dinner guests at the home of their son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and family near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb and family enjoyed a visit Sunday afternoon from a number of families from, Good Hope, where ihs Plumbs formerly lived Some of the families were the Gross. Cruikshank, Noble Mltchel, Schaben and Richie families. Robert Hart of Cambria spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor. They were neighbors when the Taylors lived at Cambria a few years ago. Mr. Taylor, son Mitch and James Brophv took him home Friday and returned home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thornton of Sioux Cltv came Saturday evening and spent until Sunday afternoon at the home of her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. 1 W. Z. Miller and family. The Thorn- ons were tust returning home from a rip to Washington, D. C., and other points south and east. They were in 11 different states. spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Roy Graham and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunner and daughter, Geraldlne of Mason City were Sundav visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robsrt Finnell. Mrs. Helen Daughan and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mullen and family of Hutchins spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake. Marvel Elbert and Mathilda Ruhnke who. are going to summer school at Cedar Falls spent the wesk end at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Qulnn, sons Bll- lle and Don of Ellsworth, Wls., visited several days the past, week with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Will Fandel, and Mrs. M. W. Fandel visited Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert at Algoneu Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Heyes, son, Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reimers and their daughters, Maxine and Norma, enjoyed a picnic at Interlaken Sunday. Eugene Schwanke and Vernon Perish, of Cedar Falls, came Saturday for a visit with the former's grandfather Carl Voigt and other relatives. T A. Swanson left Thursday for a few days' visit in Des Moines before leaving for his home In Glendale, California, after having spent a couple of months here. Mesdames J. S. Cullen, Nell Farrell, J. M. Fleming, Miss Alice McGovern, Marcella Cullen and Marguerite Felm- ine visited relatives and friends at Mallard Friday. Billy Higgins went to Cedar Rapids Saturday evening to visit N. L. Nolan and friends at Iowa City. He will re- urn to DES Moines Tuesday to at- end C. M. T. C. Elmer Wehrspan of Ottoaen, student rom Concordia Seminary at St. Paul, lad charge of services at St. Paul's Lutheran church her-:? during the ab- ence of Rev. W. H. Discher. Mrs. Leo Arndorfer and children of 3t. Benedict visited her sister, Mrs. ;has. Seymour on Thursday. Dorothy nd Florence Seymour, who have been isiting there accompankd her home. Peter Gengler and son, John, of jeMars visited Sunday with Mr. and Irs. Mike Gengler. He was accom- anied home by his wife and daugh- er who had spent the past w-:ek here isiting. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Luchslnger, and Lcona of New Glarus. Wls., A Home Is Your Safest Investment \ One of the fundamental requirements of a sound investment is safd'.y of principal. 1 A home you build for yourself offers; this necessary safety to a higher degree than any other type of security. Economic fluctuations scarce affect iis value. And if built In a growing locality it Is one of the few investments you will not have to sacrifice in an emergency. Year In and year out—through rente saved—it will continue to pay monthly dividends almost twice those of any other equally sound security. Today 1 * loir building material price* make such an investment doubly attractive. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. WHITTEMOEE NEWS RITZ HOTEL in neap oils Newest Hotel Mrs. M. C. Weir was in Algona on Wednesday morning on business. Mrs. John Jennings spent Friday in Algona visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clark of West Send spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Robert Finnell. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Droessler of Ban- :roft spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Prank Derner. Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Bestenlehner of Muscatine visited his brother, Frank few days recently. Viola Balg-eman and Frank Behnke spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs ~:orbin at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert of Wes ley were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Mike Gengler. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rochford anc Shelia visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grimes at Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and family of Ledyard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Seymour an son, Richard, drove to St. Paul o Friday for repairs for the light plant. Jimmv Oliver of Emmeisburg Is £p;nding this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver. Alice McGovern of Chicago is spending the week visiting friends here. She io visited h*r mother at Clear Lake. Mary Catherine, Oeraldine and Margaret Roonty are spending this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller at Royal. Friends of Mrs. Frank Schatlschnti- ti*T will be sorry to hear that her lather, Jacob HenKi'l painiti away at Ft-n- ton Sunday. Aurelia AJif? returned home from Ue.s M-ini-s Sunday where hhe had left Monday mornlnK for Only the Rich Can Afford Liquor Tltonka Topic: HOW can the liquor •store at Algona pay salaries of six men and rent on the building and otner expenses and show a profit to the slat.' with such a high overhead? The manager of the store could easily sell ali the Hquor called for and keep books without additional help. Or wtve the jobs created for hungry democrats and republicans? The price of the state liquor is too high for commor. humans to consume, only the rich can buy, and therefore llttl? business The dally papers state that Templeton rye is being made In the sate as usual and that It Is being sold all over Iowa at much lower prices than the state liquor stows charge, through bootlegging agencies. spent the week end with their uncle. Vdam Luchslnger. They also visited t LuVerne and Renwlck before re- timing home. Tom Weir went to Wyndmiere, North Dakota, Wednesday and returned on tfondav accompanied by his wife and wo daughters, Thomaslne and Rose tfary. who- have spent the past two weeks visiting her parents. Rev. Mueller and daughter, Lucille f Steelvllle, Illinois, Herman Boehne, nd Henrv Wolf of Waterloo, Illinois, are spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt and other relatives, t will be remembered Mr. Wolf lived here for a number of years. Elmer Behnke left Thursday for Excelsior Springs, Missouri, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behnke. Prom ther? he will go to Monitor, Michigan, where he will teach this coming year In the Lutheran parochial school. The school will open the middle of August. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Glasgow of Fergus Falls, Minn, visited a short time Sunday with Mrs. Josephlns Haag. They were on their way to Cambridge, being called thfrre by the death of his father, who was killed In an auto accident Saturday evening. Among those from out of town to visit Ewald Volgt Sunday at the hospital were Mr. and Mrs. Arch Mather of Rolfe, Mrs. Will Sohwanke and Eugene of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs Ed Hanscn of Algona, Jack Johnson of Rolfe and Mrs. V-clma McBride of Fenton Folks Help Open Rodman Beer Parlor Thursday Fenton: A large asembiag-s from Fenton attended the opening of a new beer parlor at Rodman Thursday evening. They enjoyed a free dano? and were treated to beer. The business is owned by Henry Schulte, the proprietor of pool hall and beer parlor here and will be operated by Arhtur Mueller of this place. Verona weisbrod arrived home from Minneapolis Sunday. Ruth Glaus spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Donovan Brown and family in Estherville. Jacob Hengel oassed away late Sunday evening after a serious Illness of only a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Hermlan Gade and children spent Sunday at the Robert Bell home at Algona. E J. Frank and family are enjoying a visit from the former's father, C. J. Frank of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Schmidt and son, Forrest of Buffalo Center spent Sunday at the A. J. Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and amlly spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. J. Kresensky at Algona.. Earl Haase of Fairmont spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Carrie laase and other relatives here. The Fenton baseball team played Emmetsburg, there Sunday afternoon. The score was 5 to 0 In favor of Fenon. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerck of Whit•?more visited Sunday at the home of hie latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Janssen of Slb- ey were visitors from Saturday even- ng until Sunday evening at the Harry laase home. Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow and family of Armstrong visited at the •Yank Bailey and Dr. J. T. Waite homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hartow Johnson returned home Saturday from a five weeks' honeymoon Hxip. They wiB live in Cylinder. Mrs. Wllbert Holldorf returned last week Monday evening from a few days visit with friends at Manyaska and Welcome, Minn. Frankln peters a former grade Instructor In our public school, and now of Minnesota, was a recent caller at the L. J. Weksbrod home. Mr. and, Mrs. Etnil Ganunelgaard of St. Paul, came last Thursday for a visit at the Clarence Theesefleld home. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause and son, Frank Bailey and Mrs. Chris Ruske drov<> to Iowa Falls Sunday for a Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Llndscy are cn- a visit from their dauifht™. of Carroll and Mrs .William oe o . Kent and husband and daughter, Betty jean of Omaha. They arrived Sunday evening and will spend a weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel were agreeably surprised by a former farm employee, Francis Rlley and family last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Rlley Is now employed in switchyards at Minneapolis They axe visiting relatives n West Bend. The Dorcas Sewing Circle was entertained last week Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Glaus. Guests besides the members were the Mesdames Mike WeUbrod. John Kramer, Carrie Voigt, Earl Dean and John Ulfers. Mrs. LeRoy Newel of Hartley and Mrs. Rose Rechenbach of New York City visited the Mike Weisbrod home last Tuesday afternoon, while Mr. Newel and son, Franklin, attended the ball game at Bancroft, between Hart- ky and Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp took the latter's sister, Mrs. Leonard Fink and children to their home In Waterloo Thursday. Mrs. Fink has been visiting here the past week or more. Her daughter, Florence, remained here for a longer visit. Irene Newel returned Sunday from a two months' visit with friends at Palestine and Houston, Texas, and stopped enrouba home for a short visit with her brother, F. P. Newel and wife, at Kansas City, where Mr. Newel Is attending an embalmers' Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Olson and daughter Mrs. Ora Turner visiting here from Los Angeles, California, met with the sisters of Mrs. Olson at West Okoboji last Sunday in a farewell picnic before starting on their homeward Journey. The Rev. R. W. Kabelltz was one of the speakers at the annual Mission Fesftival held at the St, John's Lutti- eran church at West Bend Sunday. A similar festival will be held here next Sunday and the Rev. Kitzman of West Bend will be one of the speakers here. Mr. and Mrs. Hildretn* Ptettlt returned home last week Wednesday from a three and one half weeks' honeymoon snent in northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. Prior to his marriage Mr. Pettit was employed by the Gortsch Motor company of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Henrik Fauerby and family of Eldora accompanied Harold Gfcronsln drove here Slunday for a visit at the home of Harold's parents and Mrs. Fauerby's sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin. Harold Is a member of the CCC at Eldora and has just returned from a hospital at Fort Des Moines where he was taken after breaking his collarbone. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son William John of Cedar Falls came on Friday evening for an over Sunday visit at the parental W. E. Stoeber home here and at the John Bruggi home at Armstrong. They were accompanied by Bertha Baker of Armstrong who spent the past two weeks with them. She visited at .the homes of her grandmother Mrs. Emma Curry and aunt, Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod. . will not be home thte Sundav an di announcement was made there wHlte no church services Sunday but Sunday School at the usual hour. a h Ralph Miller and husband all witt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison , . and son Robert, Mr. Mrs. John Burt. Coffee Shop Hont MM BMI BOARD PROCEEDINGS H t a t f of Iowa, I 'a 1 o Alto Co u n t y, ss. .Sat u relay. June ?,0, 1934. liuanl of SiipiTvlsi»r'H room in tl.e "ourt tiouHf, I'jmruetHhur^. Iowa. Joint IloitnJ <if H\i!>*'['viaorH of Palo Alto and KoH.Hiith Count lew met jiur- «uant to the call of the audltora, with th«- following member* present: J'ulo Alto—John WvKtner. J. If. Kob- liisrin. Ornro <*ot tlnglon, Mike Cunt on uud T. <*. TruoKi KoKHUth '-ounty—Chas. Morri.s nrnl I'. .1. llt-lken: absent: ]lulg*'ntan. Corf- Joint JioanlH |>roru*Mled to orK^nlze anr] upon motion, John Wejjt*ne.r was elerttHJ chairman anil I>. L. John.son, be.i rctary <»f waiil meeting. Tilt.-* I.eiriK the date and tlmo act for bearing on the establ I aliment of proponed Joint Kruvel diHtrtct No. ^ha K«M*uth unit No. 2-'7 1'alo Alto the *ame Laving been published in both '•on n( ie-i aH PIT proof of pub It cat Ion on (He and there lifting no objections tiled or objectorH prenent: Moved by Morris and neconded by f'ot iiriH'ton. that reMolutlon f tftaMlHh- i',K .^uld joint Kravel dlHtrlct bu ad"I>te<| and patted. Motion carried. All voting ''i favor thereof a» per ivsol'j- •'oii on tile in each county. M-i veil by JtobiiiMoii and «*:rornl bv i in It MI I bat AuK'Uhi ti. 1K34, HI 1 •:*'» < In* X 1". M , at the court liouae In Algona. Iowa, be the date and place if r e (: c i v i n if b id a and letting Kravel i>nI ra< t and the 1:011 nt y auditors ur«; hereby authorized to advertine hau:e. .H lerjuired by law. Mot ]<>u ca-ried. < m motion the Joint hoardit ad (ourn- d iiiitil AuKU»t t, 1UU4 at 1:'JU i'. M. L Algona, luwa JOHN W H<.; KN Kit Chairman Rtto Reduced 1<4 AND UP [ 1 Dine and Dance AI IHI f A M O M f SPANISH VILLAGE MO COrf* CHAM*. CONVENIENT/TO EVERYTHING STOP! and SHOP 1>. L JOHNSON', '.ui.iy Audito •Islt at the F. C. Bailey home. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Newel and their daughter, Mary Georgia, spent Sunday visiting with Mr. Newel's niece and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson at Kanawha. J. F. Newel of the Newel hardware. s rapidly recovering from an operation for appendicitis to which he submitted Saturday afiernoon at a hospl- ;al in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Stephenson of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. Juliui Pet- :rson of Algeria were six o'clock dinner guests at the Dr. 8. W. Meyer fiome last week Tuesday evening. The Charles Glaus family are enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Dan Naugle, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Naugle of Johnston, Pennsylvania, and Jacob Naugle of Rutland since Thursday. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and children sperft Thursday afternoon at the horn-? of Mrs. Donald WWsbrod's sister Mrs. Arthur Rave and family at Ringated. Mr. and Mr*. John Micklick of Lohr- vtlle are visiting at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell. TJwry recently returned from a visit with Mr. Mickllck'a parents In Pennsylvania. Many of the Fenton people remember the Rev. H. J. Schmidt, who was a Methodist nastor here nearly forty years a«o. Word was received here recently of his death at Midale Canada on June 10. Mathilda Ruhnke and Marvel Q- berts came home Friday from Cedar Falls, where they are att.ndinu tum- mer school and visited the parental homes until Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. Elberts took them back. an son o, . . Bernds and family and Mre Emma Oaddls all of Manson. Mrs. Loar, Mrs. Bernds and Mrs. Morrison are sisters of Mrs. TJlfers. I Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Weisbrod and son, Maurice, and Mrs^C. L. Osborn drove to Clear Lake Thursday where thev met the former's daughter, Hazel, a student In Des Moines She rstum- ed to Des Moines Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Helmets and (^ana- children. Georpla and Jsrkle Oerharrts, and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, who drove there to spend th? dav with the former's son, Wilfred find w1f<* and to set their daughter. Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards, she riavlne spent the past weefc Ht her brother's hom-tr. _ BETTER THAN MOST HOME RADIO SETS * THE GREAT NEW SUPER-POWERED ARVIN? 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Build, repair, buy Algona property, and have it paid for in a .short time. Repair and remodel now that costs are low. Algona Building & Loan Association 29-tf Notice of Probate of Will Htti'e of Iowa, KosiUth County. s>s. | No. Mhl in IJatriot Court, June Term, 1M4. i To All Wi'.om It May Concern: You art,- Hen-bv Nolili (I, 'Ihut an niitru- nieiit o! writing purporting to be, the l.iM Will uud Tegument, of H. C. Ki:iu,p, u. ci-a-Mcl. dated Uetemu-r '-1. \'jM. having Iji.-tn tiiu day liled. oi> n- td and read. Saturday, tin: ^cith day ol Aujjusl. 1M4, ij fixed for hearing pn.oi nf saiiir at tin; Court Huu.iv in Alyona. Iowa beloru the District Court of aald C'MHi'.y. or tiie Clerk ol taid Court; and ut nine o'clock A M., ol the day aboV'_' mentioned all persons interest- id ure. hereby notified and required to appear, and show cauoe if ^-"V they iiu'.e. why ^aid instrument ihould not be probated and allowed Uo and for Ihe lauc.1. Will and TtaUmeut ol bald Dated at Algona, Itiwa, July 26. 1934. E. J. MO EVOY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Shumwuy & Kelly, Attorneys. 31-33 Notice of Probate of Will Slate of Iowa, Kotauth County, i». No. 3b5(i in Dstrict Court, June- Term. 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That ail instru- menl of wriling pui porting to be tile ia-^t will and tefctauitnt of Kaauer K-jiiLhaao, deceased. dtiU:d November 28, 11*23, having been thU day filed opened and read, Tuesday, the 21ol day ol August, 1S34 fc> fixed lor hear- iiiK proof of same at the court house in Algona, Iowa, bufore UK- district court of iaid County or the Clerk of :-ald Court; and at 10:00 o'clock A. M. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and rc«uirc-d to app ur, and show (.• if any they have, why said 111- .struinent .-Jiould not be probated and allowed a-> and for tile last Will and Tclament of .said deceased. Dated at Algoim, Iowa. July 19. 1934. K. J MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court. Sulluan, Mcbluhon i; Linnan Attorneys. 30-3'j Notice To Whom It May Concern: Notio:- Is hereby given that application for commutation of sentence or pardon s been presenttd to me in the ca-se of Emory J. Browuntld, No. 13534, Anaiiutea, who was convicted of the crime of Entering a Bank to Rob. November, 1930. In the County of Kossuth, and sentenced to Imprisonment for life. Said application Is based upon the following grounds: 1st—Bwuiuse the trial judge has re- cornmended cltuuency. and— Because the aenteuce of life too severe in this case. Tliat taid aupliciitiou will be presented to the Board of Parole, lu ac cordauce with tli>.- provisions of Section 381B, of the Code of Iowa. Dated M. Des Muiiica Iowa, this 2UUi day of July. 1934. CLYDE L. 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