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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 9,1934 REUNION AT WHITTEMORE Dinner at Academy Hall; i 160 Guests in All Were In Attendance Eisele and to get acquainted with the new boy at the Eisele home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, and Mr. and Mrs. J«m&< Kelso were in Fort Dodge Sunday. They were accompanied there by Margaret Fleming. Catherine Kelso and Helen Ford. The girls left from there for Chicago to attend the Century of Progress. Indian Day at Titonka August 15 Tltonfca is making plans to celebrate its annual Indian Day, August 15th The celebration this war is the thirtieth event. The town of Titonka h«rl its bejrinri- ing late In 1898, t.T* arst money rrsvini! been spent there Noremtocr R. 1898, by T. A. Why when he pureh»»«l f-lpars from th* late Al FuJfcenhairrfT who r»p?ned TSfonka's first State Fair Plans National Rodeo Whittemore: The Elbert family held a reunion at the Academy hall recently. Dinner was served at noon after which & social afternoon was spent. Relatives from out of town to attend were Mrs. Helen Whittler of Chats- worith, nunois. Mrs. Gertie Kerrwr. Mrs. Mary Farber and daughter Su. . -i. .. —... . • r*.,i mi i»L?riir-vi indium:* in;** ui ux j"t».tv » n:- nnu ££ SH \E £<2 c£f™« ?£ »-«** p*<* *«« »«•«»«" «*«* ?£!M ^ <5 M ^, i?iin i ^ anrt ***» thp **t* of IK* arx! Is in ?vv- [ children of Strum, nunote. Mr. and ^^ ^; Mrs. Charles Artman and baby of -~^ T-JJ,-. n , r -.v^v-atiirv* »v«m ! Kankakee, mtnols Mr. and Mrs, An- ™ * „*" £?L ^^£*^?*t i ^sasffiurji ^SIH^S^! Mr? ^H^r?^ 0 '^ m d i ^ SK£? E.^SEn? « » S£. ^^"^•^"SSS^!-- ^T^S^^IS i show, nvrTT-P^-round. fcrris wrK<el. ! dsnrjns find }wf ball pames Ban- j eivift and TVurs wi'.l plsy th? afterrron j tnune in tb^ fiwnoon Portland rnofts ; G*:rr.an Valley. i Catherine of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pitcoc.k ff Eagle Grrrp. They HTKcbered about 160 in all. Thrr? ar? thrp? EJbert brothers still lirir.s; here, Peter. J. V. and W. C. Frank Behnke visited with friends «*«*« City a few days U, ^ | g^ j^^ ™^| Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlisle and son. ; § Winfteld, visited relatives in Kmirieti- burg Sunday. j T . F Hoirard and A. J. Fehr spent Rose Ormsby of Preston. Iowa, vis- j Monday at Alforta attending to bust- lied friends a few days the past week In Whittemore. Mrs. Peter MUlroney, Getald and Kathleen of Mallard visited relatives here Thursday. Mrs. R. H. Willis and Elton Willis of Cedar Ranlda visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt recently. Roman Mikes of West Bend Is taking care of the light plant while Mr. Seymour Is on his vacation. Mrs. Frances McGovern and daughters of Waterloo visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner, recently. Mrs. 8. J. Hayes and son, Jackie spent the week end at Emmetsburg with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Btell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Travis and family of Kenosha, Wisconsin, visited a few days with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mey<rs. Mrs. Gene Schoonhovten of COear Lake spent a few days in town visiting friends and attending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reutzel and three sons of Swea City visited Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauers of Swea City, Mrs. Elmer Kollasch, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mathias visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien. Harvey Simpson went to Mlnneapr oils after his daughter, Catherine, who is a graduate nurse from there. Catherine has had her tonsils removed and Is now recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gmelln of Mason City visited relatives Wednesday. Arils Klein accompanied them home. She has spent the past three weeks at the Ray Oliver home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien are the parents of a baby boy born on Saturday, who has been named Vernon Charles. Mrs. O'Brien was formerly Clara Mathias of Bancroft. BUlie Ryan of Chicago came Sunday morning for a visit with his grandfather, Ed Burke and other relatives. Maxlne Smith who has spent the summer in Chicago, came home -With him. •Mary Jane Reding entertained 18 'gins Monday in honor of rwr llth birthday. The afternoon was spent in playing games after which a delicious lunch was served by her mother, Mrs. Nick Reding. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisele. Frank and Alice, Mrs. Jas. Bisenius and Bonlta were at Blue Earth, Minn., on Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert ness matters. Miss Dena Amdorfer cf Oak Park. Ill, came Friday to visit several weeks with hoirre folks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oaschel of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, lame Saturday to visit relatives here for a few days. They departed Monday for then- home. T. F. Howard of Martinsburg, Iowa, came Friday to visit old friends and to attend to business matters. Mr. Howard was formerly a station agent here. Mrs. Rose Amdorfer and 'family, Mr. and Mrs. George Simons and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pehr and T. F. Howard were Sunday afternoon visitors at the I/eo C. Miller home near Plum Creek. .NOTICE <>!•• 1IEAIU.\C; OX APPLICATION TO MAKK l-OMIMCOMISU SETTI.K.MKNT \VIT1I II. D. Ht : TCHI.\S, OK AI,OO> \, IOWA In Equity No. 12383. In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County. U W. Bates, Superintendent of Bank- Ing of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors of The County Savings Bank. Algona. Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: Vou are hereby notified that there Is now on file In the office of tho Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the Application of D. u'. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the state of Iowa, as Receiver of tho County Savings Bank, Algona. Iowa, asking that he be authorized to make a compromise settlement with H. D. Hutchlns of Algona, Iowa, accord- Ing to the terms and conditions set out In said application to which you are referred for further particulars. Vou are further notified that the hearing on said Application will be ha<l at tin; Courthouse In Algona, Kossuth County. Iowa, on tho 15th day of ugusl. A. D, 1934. at two o'clock I'. 1. of said day, at which time you may l>:>i>ar und show ciiusp. if any you inc. why an Order should not be nterud as prayed. D. W. BATKH, uperlntendent of IlankinK of the Stiui.' of Iowa, us ItiM-rlvi-r nf tt.o County Siivlnxs Hank. AlKuiia. Iowa. i:v HAKKY V. HULL, Kxiimlnur In ,'liiirRe. ;il DPS Moines. Special: An even larger and more spectacular rodeo than the first one held at last lear's Iowa State Fair, will headline seven nights of this year's exposition at DPS Moines, from August 24 through August 30, officials hare announced. Broncho-busting, bulldoggtng, calf roping, wild horse races, chuck wagon races and all types of trick and fancy riding and roping, for both cowboys and cowgirls, are Included In the Hat of sixteen contest events to be held each night of the exposition. Many of the nation's most famous rodeo champions hare already entered. In addition to the rodeo, the entertainment schedule each night will embrace night horse races, fireworks and hippodrome features. THEATRE Water Heaters Coal, Gasoline or Oil Complete Service in Repairing or Installation of Plumbing, Heat- i ing or Sheet Mrtal is possible with our stock Also Pump Work _, Holtzbauer Tin Shop JS Phone 83 m S. Dodge i > _6-tf ; WVVfWWYWlfWUWtftVYWiftft, If you're bothered by the hot wea- her, the Call Theatre has two reasons or inviting you to inspect this week's ffogram. One is that the tempera- ure inside the theatre would conceal IB fact that OW Sol is melting down he sidewalks outside, and the program or the coming week contains what )oks like more than the usual amount f light, free and easy comedy pictures with a good supply of action thrown n. Jan** Cagney and Pat O'Brien are wo of a kind, with O'Brien a bit uperior, we think. Maybe you dlsag- ee. But anyway, they put on a two- Isted action picture with the usual Ise cracks entitled, "Here Comes the avy". Cagney Is the gob, O'Brien he officer. They both want the same Irl. We are not certain who will win, ut we hope O'Brien takes Cagney In ils one for a Change. Th« feature so will give you a thrill as you view ncle Sam's fighting fleet in battle practice. Wednesday and Thursday, Us week. Frank Morgan and Lola Wilson are ie leads in "No Greater Glory," the MITH'K OF Ari'l.irvriO.N Foil At TIIOIIITV TO MAKI-: fOMI'HO. IISH MKTTi.KMuvr \VITII OHVII.I.I: lli:i)lll( K AMI VKDA IIKDIIK Iv in i:.iuity N». l_':ivi. in th u district •uiirt of Iowa, In und fur Ku.-isutli .'uunty. li XV. llnti's". KuporliU.-iiiliMit of Jankliiff of the Stato of Iowa, I'lalu- I(T. VM (.'..niity Savings Hank, Alauna, .uvva. I.'t '!'.. All Depositor* anil ("rudltors of Tin.- County SilvliiK* Hank. AlBon vva, am! to \X'h(jtn It May ('uncern: You an: hereby notlned that there Is now on Illc lii thi! offlc.-, of the Clerk il 1 the Uistrlrt Court or Kuhnuth County, Iowa, thu Aplilli-iill'in of 11. Hates, Suporlntuniii-nt of Ilunkiiiti thi- Stat« of liiwu. iia Iterdver of tht. County Saving!) Hank. AlKun.i, Iowa klntf that he he authorized to makt; j ni[>nmilne settlement with- OrvilK He.lrii-k ami Veila Hetlriek of Algona Iowa, at'orilinK to the terms an.l < omli tlmiK art out In isalil uiiplleutliin ti whli-li your are. referred fur furthe I'Ui tli-ulars. Vim ar,: further in,line,1 that thi hi-arlnu un bahl Appliratli.il will u> ha<l at the t'oui t houiTti hi Al«'»na, Kus auth County. Iowa, on thu ICth day o August, A. I)., l'j:H. at two oi-louk 1* M. of saM iluy, at which tium you ma .-i[ilj>-,ir an.l »how ran.-*.-, it any yo l.ave. why ai or.Ier sl.uuhl not hu un ture.i as praye.!. I) W. liATKH. .Suiierinleiiilent of Ii.inking of tin: Stair 'it i'.U.I. as It.-.,.-Her .,f th.: C.r.mlv S.n-inu.s l:,,nk. Altfuna. Inw liv II.Vr.HV V. Ill'l.I,. i;\anmi.--l Friday picture. nly. A one day feature Hoot Gibson in "The Cowboy Councilor," and a second feature, "Private Scandal," are Saturday's offerings at he Call. Phillips Holmes, Mary Brian, Zasu Pitts and Ned Sparks are tho tars. Holmes la getting weaker in ach picture, but the remainder of the cast will overcome that easily. Ned Sparks is probably one of the drollest ndlvlduallsts on the screen, and his performances never become tiring. Laurel and Hardy, following their venture in "Sons of the Desert," are back again, Sunday and Monday, in another feature, "Going By«-Bye." A colored symphony Is another feature of the bill. The plots of the Laurel and Hardy shows (if any), are generally along the same lines, but they're good for many a laugh yet. And Incidentally, if you -haven't read about it. bol.h Laurel and Hardy are being or have been sued for divorce. We dls- rtmember how the suits came out So their domestic troubles are not confined to the screen. Even comedians must have real temperament, or their wives. Alary Roland and Jack Haley in "Here Comes the Groom" is the Bank Night ihow next week. Cresco Folks Hear Story of Dakota Friends' Plight Charl-fs Potter received a letter Friday from his father, Daniel Potter, at Boatteneau, North Dakota, saying not a binder in the country had been taken from the shed. The grain was very poor. Leslie Colllnson of Williston. North Dakota, former residents here, had 800 acres seeded this year. Leslie Is the superintendent of schools there and is farming on the side, and will have a heavy loss this year. Miss Doris Remster of Sioux City Is a guest at the Will Runchey home. The H. T. Sabln family were Sunday visitors at the Rome Robinson home. Lloyd O. Pool of Renwick was up on business Tuesday and called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Pool. Grandma Teeter of Falrfleld oaxne several weeks ago and is spending the summer with her son, D. A. and family. Miss Ethel Chapman of Prlmghar left Thursday for home after spending the summer with her aunt, Mxs. Jas. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey of Emmetsburg were over Sunday guests at the Henry Douglass home in Algona. Lyle Runchey. student at Morningside college at Sioux City Is at home nd operating a. separator for a thresh- ng run here. Will Greenfield received a message Tuesday morning telling of the death f his only sister's child a f.on, Roy Valiant at Los Angeles, California. Mrs. Dewey Pentecost and little son went home to Storm Lake the first jf last week after a week's visit with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kely. da nnd Mpsdnnws tx>«ls aermann and Ben Owtngw were visitors Monday at the L. K. Martin home. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Potter were at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Victor Applegate Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Appegat« was 111 with intestinal flu. They brought little Doris home with them and she Is ill At this writing. LUVERNE NEWS Bobby Smith is visiting relatives in Corwlth this week. Miss Myrtle Jordan la enjoying a trip cast »* this time. Mrs. Harry Von Draska Is visiting relatives In Armstrong. Maynard Spooner arrived home last week from his trip to New York. Mrs. Smith and Marine accompanied Mr. Smith to Des Moines Tuesday. Donald and Lawrence Marty have been on the sick list the past week. LaRita, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Huber, has been ill the past week. The Girl Scouts held a lemonade sale Saturday evening. The proceeds were $4.00. Mr. and Mrs. Rout of Dows visited last week with his sister, Mrs. Harry Von Draska. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb and 'amlly of Racine, Wisconsin, are vis- ting relatives here. Miss Velma Ramus Is working In the Cecil Huff cafe, taking the place of Mrs. Ruth Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Rogers and son are at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolto of Lawon visited last week at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wolto. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uchty, Mrs. J. i. Lichty and Lottie Mason went to Des Moines Monday to attend a G. W. C. meeting. Louise, the two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pergande, has >een suffering the past two weeks with an abcess on her head. C. H. Lichty, Lee Lichty and son, Robert Lee, went to Toledo Sunday af- ,er Miss Grace Lichty, who has been visiting relatives at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Toohey went to Arnold's Park Sunday. M*. D. C. Toohey who had been visiting relatives there the past week, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Ruth and Phyllis went to Eagle Grove one even- ng last week to see W. Hagerhorst, who Is very ill. Mr. Hagerhorst, a grocery salesman, has been making Lu- Verne on his route for the past thirty or more years. Kennedy te Parsons Co., mdse. 2.78 Wlhtte Eagle OH Corp., lubricating oil 152.13 Forbes Petroleum CO., gas oil . 208.78 O. M. St. P. By., frt. on gaa oil 656.60 Simmons Bros. Garage, repairs.. 2-11 W. A. Richardson, painting .. 22.25 Chrlstensen Bros. Co., mdse. .. 1.49 Nelson Hdwe., mdse 1.77 E. W. Hnnsen, repairs and labor 293 93 Ralph Elbert, repairs 1.02 Western Union, service 8.99 Skelly Oil Company, gas ft oil . 10.69 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service 20.61 Ernst Thiel, meter reading .... 24.32 Cresco Union Electric Co., sign 2.46 H. W Post, frt. ft dray ...... 56.63 Roy Lee et al, refund deposit . 26.00 A. H. Borchardt, mdse 1.58 Cbas. Wagner et al, labor .... 229.25 Ry Express Agency, sxpress .. 2.43 Advance Publishing Co., printing 2.60 Standard Oil Co.. mdse 515 Treasurer of State 206.30 Water Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 115.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 95.00 Harry Barton, salary 30.00 Harry Barton, salary 81.00 Earl Bowman, labor 106.60 Lloyd Hauback, labor 8.40 Neptune Meter Co., mdse- 2.04 H. Channon Co., mdse 11.79 Crane Company, mdse 8.36 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil 1450 American Air Filter Co., mdse. 40.10 George Holtzbauer. mdse 4995 Laing & Muckey, mdse 3.70 General Fond Prank Green, salary 108.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 Jesse Umenhower, care of dump 12.5C Tom Akre, rent 10.42 M. J- Duffy, county Treasurer, beer permits 417.50 F. W. Green, dogs 3.00 James Burns, special police .. 3.50 O. W. Davenport, special police 3.50 Roy Larson, special police 3.50 Abel Behrends special police ... 350 Vern Scobba et al, refund poll tax ; 1.50 Telephone Co. service ........ 3-42 Harms Oil Co., gas <fc oil .... 1327 Laird & McCullough, chairs .. .75 Ralph Elbert, repairs .......... 14.38 Edwin W. Lusby. mdse ......... 128 Tire Service Co., mdse ......... 453 Haggard & Waller, printing Jesse Lashbrook, salary Council Minutes 'The fro m Missouri," fe the title of the Wednesday and Thursday uttering next we»k. Jean Harlow, Lio nel Barrymore and Fraiichut Tone play the star parts. John Erpeldlngs were visitors Sunday afternoon at the J. G. Studer lome near Corwith and Sunday even- ng at the W. L. Martin homo in Algona. Readers will remember Allen Tyler, a resident here some 15 years ago. E. C. Potter received word Monday of tha rkath of Mrs. Tyler at Spring Valley, 111. MUs Grace Henderson of Delta, Colorado, vlsitec! at the home of h*r cousin, Mrs. E. C. Potter last wek and la attending the Century of Progress. She is to return here this week end. Mrs. Lorls Crawford of Minneapolis tame last week Monday to the home of h«r parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller for a two weeks' visit. Her two sons. Gerald and Dean, have been here for several weeks. Mrs. August Harig, Misses Teresa Harig and Emma Rahm of St. Benedict, Mrs. Charlea Dawson of Cana- Algona Iowa, Thursday, July 26th.— City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa met at the City Hall this day and among other things approved the following bills: Eectric Fond J. W. Kelly, salary $148.00 Leo Bellock, salary , 129.00 Tom Halpin, salary 120.00 Walter Gorman, salary 120.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary 115.00 Ray Barton, salary 115.00 Adah Carlson, salary 125-00 C. C. Wright, salary 70.00 Jamta R. Kearney, Corp., mdse. 16.77 Kllpto Loose "Leaf Co., mdse. 59.67 Line Material Co., mdse 13.41 Slectric Supply Co., mdse. .... 6.74 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse 94.19 Westlnghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse 62.41 vlalkable Iron Range Co., mdse. 598.92 Watt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. 2.45 Shell Petroleum Corp, mdae. .. 203.65 Tropical Paint & Oil Co., mdse. 24.34 Pulton Iron Works Co., mdse.. 3.98 McMaster-Carr Supply Co., mdse 55.79 The Bristol Co., mdse 5.81 12.10 30.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary ...... 80-00 Elliott Skilling, man & team . 5250 Elliott Skilling, man is team . . 4620 Willard Gregson, man & team 97.20 Oliver Bakken, labor .......... 12.00 Oliver Bakken labor ........... 42.00 Frank Skilling, labor .......... 48.60 Geoige Guixier, labor ......... 37.SQ Louis Hagg, labor ............ 2450 J. T, Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. 11.76 Standard Oil Co., mdse ....... 72.81 Ross coleman, gravel .......... 48.75 Kossuth County Implement Co., 49 nwtoel, Nelson Hdwe. Co., mdse. Helberg's Garage, mdse 6.31 Ry. Express Agency, express .. 1.35 B D. James, mdse. 1.04 Kent Motor Co., repairs 151 Harms Oil Co., gas ft oil 1.95 Sid Spear et al. labor 138.60 Firemen's Insurance Co., shed insurance **•* Ertck Nelson, labor 22.80 Roy Steinman e% al, labor .... 23.85> Standard Oil Co., gas ft oil .. 10.87 Standard Oil Co., wdse 1285 Standard Oil Co., gas ft oil """ Advance Publishing Co., print- Ing 933 25.40 Swimming pod Fond Alice Behlmer, salary 60.00 80.00 60.00 25.85 2557 2.17 .10 16.00 1.81 12.63 59.64 i£ W. Post, frt. & dray 1.M Perry White, salary Joe Kelly, Jr., salary Andy Bowman, et al labor ... Klrsch Laundry laundry Lalng & Muckey. mdse Nelson Hdwe., nutee- United Chemical Co., mdse. . Kaspar Wire Works, mdse. ... Monsanto Chemical Co., mdse. Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. 1.00 Advance Publishing Co., printing Fire Fond O. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas ft oil 53 Sewer Fond J. W. Kelly, salary 25.00 H. W. Post, frt. & dray 108 Feeder Lambs Natives or Westerns. Good feeders, just off their milk. Put 50 to 100 of these in you stubble and corn stalks and ntake some quick money. Priced right. McDonald & Co. Phone 120 Algona, la. Eud Barnard reporU, "Even in the face of rising prices—up to 40 per ont on* on many items at Gamble Stort-i"—Razor Blades, 5 for 5c—12 qt Galv. PaiLs 19C—3 tine Forks, 73c—Co- coa Hardwater Soap, 3c a bar. RW.POSTI Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loos or damage. Equipped to do all kind* of draying and hauling. We do our own Lena Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Anderson's Riteway Specials 23c Peanut Butter 22 oz Listen over th« radio for the peanut butter cookie recipe. Dill Pickles, 47 oz. bottle __. Mason Jar Caps, 1 dozen Jar Rubbers, one dozen Red or white. Pickling Spice, 01 r _ _ »vi 1 vn/l *-£ r\lr r»t! "^ ™ ^* Bran Flakes, 15 oz. pkg. Pork to Beans, 2 cans Orange Slices, per pound Shinola, White, liquid Prosh Flints and Vegetables. Meats of all Kinds. Anderson's Riteway Food Store Ve Deliver. Phone 346. mixed, 3 pkgs. — Salt, 1Q r 10 lb. bag iyc Parowax, 1A« Ige. pkg 1UC Syrup Cocoa, Hershey's Waxed Paper, 40 ft. roll Notice of Probate of Will Slav of luwj, Ko.-.-;Uth County, bi Nn 'M:>1 in list net Court, June Turin 11(34. To All Wi.oin It May Concern: You to nit; proof of same at tr.e court hou.su in Ali4or.il. Iowa, before th-_- district court of .-aid County i.r the Clerk of .aid Court; and ut 10:W) o'clock A. M. of the day abovt; mentioned all ner- .Miii, inUTLv^u-d art: hereby notilied H.T,Jv"No'tiiT J""i'hT'.m'm,.tYu- | ; '" (1 "-qui'vd '•<' "Pl>-ar, and show I, ,i I cause if any tla-v have, why said in- '.nuaunt should not be probaud and W:ll and ib having the time of his wouldn't? Some 8(J [uiki :.4 exhibit*; strange pc<>- tr jwjy lands — daring .iuuc dailies. It i a O.JWW. .,,., . ,,- . . ,- ,. ft .ttUlll'illtJ iWLiJU ll'-'t *-"- I" l :a,-. \Vll ...-Hi Ic^amvn ol H. C ,,, (n , ( . d ^ .,, ld fo] . th , ; hl . s Ki.iii.jj. n• Ci-.i.v u d.iXl Ui-c<:iiiU:r Jl, I 'j-,.^tanienl ol -aid dt-Cra£td FARMERS' WEEK • Aug. ll-18,inc(. £>crr day a ksturc day. . of the yiutr, MuiiJ^y, out- Bt*ndiu< farm aptilttra. I Tuc»U»y. K*aiu D*v~dic facioujt WLS bitiu Ufca^t, Aad there's « faxin U'OLU- *a'» Ouy. Farm ^'uutbi' Day, Firm Pitis. Saturday, t the I tiili. ti F*/m Muiic ftUil lUiuoja l>&y , v» iib < Lt( ci^u Musi*.* I Ft, iu^*i, rv tiew O/ 10.UUU ttutri uj f*tr i BARGAIN FARES to CHICAGO from ALGONA 0t Q/\ ro y Q j tr -p j n ttH^fccj, every I lG-ii*y rctitra limit. $H85£r?OT $1580P£S~ tuiu limit. *CF Lmiu U-tlu> ull-i-^ffuac luur» fu 1 b>- World's Fair a »i<m«* $13.90 I'j'/l, i.,iMii4 b-, i-n tills (i.!y u>d, oi/.n- : Au.Mi.-,L. \Mi i.i tixi'il tor h'.-jrui 0 ' pivot' ill .-.llli!.- at Hi'.- ('Hurt lluU.ii: 111 AUoll... i low a LM-lun.- the Uiy.ncl Court 01 -aid • Coiii;'. v, or thi: Clerk i,-l t-UU Conn: • ai. i ..I liiiii- tj'd-ck A il., ol tin; day j utdjv-/ aiL'iiUoi.td all per.ioiii luK-ri.-i.t- • i ti aii- ht-ieby uuliiied and required to : jpprar. and MIO* i-aiuo if any thi-v '. i;j-,i 1 . why .-.aid iik-.Uuinent should no* i br probated and allowed a.s and for i the loot Whl and IW.uiueut ut iaid Uaivd ill Algona. luwa. July 20, 1934. E. J. MC EVCY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. Siiuinway <V- Kelly, Altorueyi. 31-33 Notice of Probate of Will ot Iowa. Koivau'h C.unly May We Have the Pleasure of Cooperating with YOU in a Sales Event? ±:id Lutci. huicl ij U-. kti^ tu I Air, out ir 01 tJiK^iiu. 3 ruutlj Uip tiul . IJ-.-tiH-'t CoOil, June Tvnn. i 7 '>0 C. U N. i . i CHICAGO t NORTHWESTERN I .S;ai i N-J. 3ou(j i IJIH. i To All \Vi.i):i: It MuY CuiiCL-rn: You I Ale HI ri-ljy NuUhi-d. That an niMru- 1 n.vM ul Uiitiiirf purpui ;ing to be lh<: I U.-.1 will ai.d U.M.UIIU.H!. of Ka..|>cr ! i-C .llii..i.i- , Urna.:Li.i. dal U NuVelllbiT i ::a IL/^li i..ivin,4 U-..-n tiilo Uav Hied. ; ijiK-l.i U .;I.d tea:! Tue..d.i\ . tile -1-^t I day of AUcju-.t, 1U3-1 k. li.v:d for he.il'- Uated at AlKOliu, Iowa. July 19. 1934. E. J MC E'VOY. Clerk of District Court. Sullivan, McMalion d; Linnan At- Notice To Whom II May Concern: Notio-- U hereby given I;.at application for commutation of .sentence or pardon hiLj been presented to me in the ca.se tf Bii.cury J. Brownli*.-ld, No. 13534, AnaniCKU. who wad convicted of the crinit- of Entering a Bank to Rob. November, 1'J'JU, in the County of Kos- iiith, and sentenced to Imprlaijiiment for life. Said application Ls bai>ed upon the following ground.-,: l..t B-.eau.-*: the trial judge has re- coinnKiided clemency. 2nd -Because the sentence of life is Thai, .aid application will be pre- .-A-nted to tile B^ard of Parole, in accordance with th-.- provi.-,ioiLa ol SeC- iifn :>tl8, ul the Code of lowu. I>iU-d as IV.; MfAiiej, Iowa, thlb l:uth day of July, 19*4. CLYDE L H KIWI NO, Haygard & Waller The Upper Dt^. Mo A.lgona, Iowa August 1, 1934 Gentlemen: I want to expre.ss th> .sincere appreciation of myself and our organization for the excellent cooperation you gave us in helping to make our Live Power PaJ-ade a real sucoess. The generous amount of publicity which you gav« as and the cooperation of your Advertising IXpiU-liuent in contacting other bik>inci>s i men, contributed a great deal. Again thanking you for your splendid cooperation, I am. Yours very truly, H. E, BKUCE, Manager, Standard Oil Co, Dept., Mflfion City. Advertising Demands Ideas — Maybe We Can Help &<!LQ&#.<*&aa>&a^^

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