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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, lovaa, Sept. 6,1934 600 Spectators See Lotts Creek Bow to Algona, 5-0 Gordon Blanchord Pitches One Hit Game; Mittag Strikes Out 12 MORJCK PURSE OF $25 WAS AWARDED Lotts Creek Took Algona, 11 to 4, Wednesday of Last Week While 600 spectaors looked on, a «nappy Lotts Creek ba«ball team, playing good baseball with almost errorless support, fell before the one hit pltlchlng of Gordon Blanchard, and lost to Algona, 5 to 0, Sunday, on the Lotts Creek diamond. The Algona Greys were hitting the old apple for extra bases, and although Mittag of Lotts Creek successfully retired twelve men via the strike-out route, when the Algona boys hit they hit hard. Wander connected for a homer and a triple, the Blanohards each smacked out three hits, and Fish hit a triple. And, in addition, Kraus' accurate throws to second for Algona, cut down Lotts Creek runners in each of the first three innings, and nipped scoring threats in the bud. On the previous Wednesday, a week ago, Lotts Creek took Algona infco camp, 11 to 4. The Greys had only four regulars on hand, which in no way detracts from the victory, as Lotts Creek demonstrated high class baseball in both game*. The spectators Sunday were kept entertained all the way through by high class baseball but it seemed to be Algona's day in the field. O. W. Morck, Algona business man. donated $25 as a purse to the winning team and the sum was paid into the Algona team's treasury immediately after the contest. The summary: Lotto Creek (0) Player Ab H B E Lotto Creek Wins 3-0 From Titonka at Fair, Tuesday Lotts Creek baseball team defeated Titonka, 3 to 0, In the county fair baseball game, Tuesday afternoon. H. Gross of Lotts Creek pitched a three hit game. The playing on both sides was exceptionally good, with few errors, and a large crowd watched the contest under a cloudless sky. Summary: Lotts Creek (3) Player Ab R H E Pljahn, 2 b 5 1 1 S E. Leudtke, If 4 0 0 0 Farrell. ss 5 2 2 0 D. BlanchimJ, 3b 3 0 1 0 Mittag, rf 4 0 1 0 Wichtendahl. c 4 0 1 0 Meyer. Ib 4 0 1 1 R. Gross, c.f 3 0 0 0 H. Gross, p 4 0 0 0 TWO WEDDINGS ATWHTTTEMORE Schumacher-Zinnel Was on Thursday; Roeber-Baas on Sunday 36 3 Tftonka (A) Boyken, cf 4 0 Askin. If 3 0 W. Menfce. 3b 3 0 Batt. c 4 0 C. Callles. p 3 0 0 0 Wood, ss 4 0 0 0 Young. Ib 3 0 1 1 D. Callles, 2b 4 0 0 0 IntermiU. rf 3 000 31 0 3 3 Pljahn, 2b 4 0 0 0 E. Leudtke, If 3 R. Leudtke, 3b 2 Farrell, ss 3 Meyer, ID 3 Wichtendahl, c 3 Mittag, p 3 B. Gross, cf 3 H. Gross, rf 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 1 0 7 Alffona (5) Pish, ss 4 1 2 2 Wander, Ib 4 2 2 1 r>. Blanchard, 3b 5 3 1 0 Bruns. cf 5 1 0 0 J. Kelly, If 4 0 0 0 O. Blanchard, p 4 Kanouff, rf 3 1 Kraus, c 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O. Kelly, 2b 3 0 0 0 31 11 5 3 Clay County Fair Also Books Star Dirt Track Drivers The Clay County Fair track looms again on the auto racing horizon as one of the big speed centers of America as a result of the pins made by Secretary Leo C. Dailey of the big Clay County Fair, who has opened up his automobile competitions and will invite all drivers of national and international reputation to Spencer to compete for the cash prizes and world championship honors awarded by the International Motor Contest Association along the same lines as are followed In other branches of sport. Many of the drivers are now at the Kossuth County Fair. The feature event on the two-day speed program arranged will again be the Western Sweepstakes, which will be for a distance of not less than twenty-five laps, the longest I. M. C. A. race on a half-mile track on the continent this year. In addition to ,he bonuses paid and cash offered, here will be a rating announced of all drivers who compete In each day's races and a championship medal aw- Whittemore: Esther Schumacher, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schumacher of Whittemore nnd Alvin Zinnel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Zin- nell of West. Bend, were united In marriap? at St. Michael's rectory on Thursday morning at 11 o'clock with Father Veit officiating. The bride was attended by her cousin. Mildred Fuch- j sen of West Bend and the bridegroom | by the bride's brother, Ralph Schumacher. Mrs. Zinnel wore a navy blue silk crepe suit with accessories to match. Miss Fuchsen wore a einnia ruft colored dress with brown accessories. Both wore shoulder bouquets of roses and fever few. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast served at the Algona Hotel. In the evening their relatives nnd friends en joyed a wedding danoe at West Bend After a short wedding trip they wil make their home with the bridegroom's parents until March 1. arded. The Clay County Fair Is the only Roeber-Baas Nuptials Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. at E5t Paul's Lutheran church occurred the marriage of Linda Roeber and Lester Baas with Rev. Dtecher officiating. The bride wore a Morocco brown triple sheer crepe suit and carried a bouquet of American Beauty pink roses and fever few. She was attended by the bridegroom's sister, Elda, who wore a blue triple sheer suit and carried a bouquet of pink asters and fever few. The bridegroom was attended by the bride's brother, Wilbur. The bride Is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roeber and has spent her entire life here, having flnishel high school with the class of 1932. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Baas. After the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. Baas will make their home with the bridegroom's parents. Two Accidents in North Kossuth; 4 Cut and Bruised Sunday noon the Model A Ford car driven by Mrs. Orln O'Keefe collided with a new DeSoto driven by State Treasurer Leo O. Wegban of Oca Moines. Mrs. O'Keefe was leaving their filling station at the end of main street north of Lakota Just across the pavement on No. 9. She did not see the other car in time to stop and the two cars collided with serious injuries sustained by the parties in the accident. Mrs. O'Keefe received several bad cuts and was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center where she is improving. Mrs. Wegman, who was accompanying he rhusband on the trip received bad cuts and bruises. Mr. Wegman was not seriously injured and they returned to their home. The DeSoto car was badly damaged and was left at the W. E. Ley garage in Lakota. Saturday night about nine o'clock, a large Chevrolet truck loaded with potatoes, and a Model A Ford driven by Conrad Gable of Ledyard collided a mile west of Lakota in the pave- meiit. The truck, a new Chevrolet, roll-d completely over and was badly damaked. The rack was torn loose from the body and the cab of the truck was caved in. The Model A Ford was also coasiderably damaged. No one was triousiy injured except for cuts and bruises. Dahlhauser was called and made an Investigation. Sheriff Ourl to the scene fair in the mlddlewest with the exception of the Minnesota and Iowa State fairs where the three acknowledged champions of the dirt track race in the United States and compete against each other. You will ob- solubely see the great Hauedahl. Gus Erhrader. who won everything at Des Moines this year, and our own Emory Collins of LeMars. Iowa, who has beaten both Schrader and Haugdahl at different times this season. Mrs. J. F. Weltzin Funeral at Depew Fenton: The community w.\s sad- denned Friday marring. August 24. by the death of Mrs. J. F Weltzin. a resident of Dep"w for 41 years. Pht.> has been in ill health for some time RI (* took a turn for th-; worse about 'wo weeks ago. Karen; Wallefuml We'.lzln was bo,-n at Kongberg, Nor- Final Date to Send C-H Contracts Set A ruling was approved by the corn- hog section on August 30, concerning a final date for forwarding contracts to Washington. The ruling is as follows: "No 1934 Corn-Hog Section contracts will be accepted by the Secretary and payments made thereon if the contracts and the transmlttal sheets approved by the State Board of Review nre forwarded to Washington later than September 30, 1930." In Kossuth county it would be necessary for those who have not signed contracts or those producers who have signed but their landlords have not signed the contract would be required to get the contract signed by the parties concerned before September 20 so that the necessary transmittal sheets can be prepared, receive the State Board of Review approval before September 30, otherwise the producer will not be eligible for receiving benefits. SPEAR AND SARCHET VISIT THE DROUTH STRICKEN DISTRICT Union Township Polks Find Bad Conditions in Southern Iowa Farming Dists. Good Hope: The Roy Sarchetts accompanied by Frank Spear, father of Mrs. Sarchett visited the Festus Mapes on Sfltwday and Sunday nt Earlham thirty miles west of DCs Moines. Mrs. Mapes Is ft sister of Mrs. Sarchett and was formerly Lois Spear. The Mapes are in the drouth district and are facing the winter with others of their community with almost complete lack of feed for their livestock. AH of their chickens too young to market have been killed because of this and there is a question whether their dairy herd will not haw to be disposed of. It would be well if every resident of this northern Iowa district could visit some of these stricken sections in order that they may become humble and grateful for thetr own ben«fact'ons. The Will Broderson were at Des Moines last week. Martha and flfsther Mhdson were dinner guests «t the Wallace McArthur home Sunday. The Nate Parrs were here from Austin. Minn., for an over Sunday visit with the Stelnman family. Mrs. Will Rath returned last week from Illinois where she had been visiting for the past two weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood and Mrs. Libby Treptow were guests at the Erwin Turner home Sunday for dinner and the afternoon. Among victims of the Intestinal flu during the last several days are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey and daughter, Shirley Ann and Mrs. C. L. Dlttmer. The latter Is still in bed with the malady. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood were at Whittemore on Friday in attendance at a meeting of the Ladles Aid sockty. The members of the Rodman and West Bend church organizations were entertained as guests. The regular meeting of the Union township Mothers and Daughters club was held at the home of Mrs. Bertha Sarchett last Thursday. About 30 were present. An Interesting paper, "American Cartoonists," was presented by Mrs. Clara Crulkshank. The Qulnton and Cecil BJustrom families and Mrs. Maxine Dlttnver drove to Chicago starting last Thursday to spend several days seeing the Century of Progress fair. They headquartered with the Lester Mitchell family. Mitchell Is a brother of the BJus- ;rom women. The party returned on Tuesday night. But three weeks remain until the meeting of the annual conference of he Methodist church in Northwest Iowa and there Is much to be done In rounding up the affairs of Good Hope church so that a satisfactory report m/ay be made. It Is essential that all members and comunic&nta of the church be present at all of the remnln- ng Sunday services If possible as maters of Importance will be considered THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low Augrot 39 A 73 48 August 30, .34 inches rain 85 SI Aueust, 31, .18 inches rain 83 66 Sept. 1 84 64 >•• .'f,. 2. trace of rain 76 65 Sept. 3, .65 inches rain —69 49 Sept. 4 77 44 ALGONA MABKflTS Corn, 2 white $.71 2 yellow 69% 2 mixed .69 Oats Hogs-Sows .47 Medium weight, 200-300 $6.90 Heavy butchers 8.80 Packing Sows, 300-350 6.15 Packing Sows, 350-450 6.00 Packing Sows, 450-500 5.75 Light weight, 140 4.75 Light weight, 160 5.75 Light weight, 180 6.00 Cattle Fat Cows 1.75-255 Calves 3.00-5.00 Yearlings 4.00-5.00 Fat steers 5.00-6.00 Stock Steers 3.00-4.00 Bulls 1.50-2.25 Canners and cutters 1.00-1.50 Poultry Hens. ov« 4% Ibs 12c Hens, under 4^ Ibs lOo Ducks 4-5c Turkeys 8c Springs over 4 Ibs 16c Springs under 4 Leghorns Ibs 14c No. No. Trow, Emmetsburg, sept. 4. Lester Nellls, West Bend, and Mary Jane Rlgby, Sept. 4. ..19c ..13c Cream ,26c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Henry Zelmet, Bode, and Marie Olsch, Bode, August 29. Guy Carlson. Wesley, and Hannah Giddlngs, Wesley, August 30. Lester Baas, West Bend and Linda Roeber, Whittemore, August 31. LuVerne Seagen, Curlew, and Adene KoBMrth Hospital News Mrs. Leslie Samp of Algona entered the hospital Wednesday of last week and had her tonsils removed. Joe Henry of Algona had his appendix removed Sunday. Steven Koubaus of Titonka had his tonsils removed Monday. Monday, Gladys Paete of Algeria had her appendix removed. Tuesday, Seldal Boeckholtz of Buffalo Center entered for medical treatment. Tuesday, Lafe Griffin of Algona entered the hospital after having suffered a stroke at the A. D. Richards funeral In the afternoon. His condition was satisfactory. Tuesday, Wilda Blngaman of Algona entered the hospital for medical treatment. Wednesday, Maynard Burwash of Fenton entered for surgical treatment. General Hospital News August 23, Rober Maxwell of Algona had his tonsils and adenoids removerl. August 24, Elva Stambaugh of Cor- wlth underwent a nose operation. August 27, Verona Zumach of Whittemore had her tonsils and adenoids removed. August 27, Marvin Hackbarth. four months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth of Lotts Creek, underwent a minor operation. August 31st, Mrs. Wilfred Johnson of Irvlngton underwent an operation for appendicitis. September 1, Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson of Ringsted gave birth to a baby girl which weighed 6% pounds. September 2, Robert Lee Turner of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Turner fell on the sidewalk while running and dislocated his elbow. September 4, John Ban- of Algona entered the hospital after an accident In which his right leg was fractured and his left shoulder dislocated. Mir. and Mrs. Everett Wltham and two little daughters are visiting last, week and this at the Chas. Witmww at Valley City, North Dakota. Everett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wl- tham of Algona accompanied them. Messrs, and Mesdames E. A. Patter and Ed Wichtendahl reached home last week Wednesday night after attending the state fair, not the worlds fair as in last week's items. They visited the Erwln Kueckers, Everett Hedlunds and Harry Sundings near Ames. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser and their children, Kenneth and Arlene drove to Des Moines Friday afternoon. Arlene remained at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Clyde Conner and Is a student at Capital City Commercial College in Des Moines. The others returned home Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wllkins reached home Sunday night after a ten day outing at points In Missouri, and Illinois and at the Worlds Fair. They visited E. C.'s mother and sisters, Ver» and Mrs. Gladys Knight at Sigourney, Iowa, and brother, Joe, and family at Ottumwa. Mrs. Belle McKain of Bartlett, Neb., Mrs. Alice Covell of Granville, North Dakota, Mrs. Albert Wade and daughter, Jeanne, Miss Leila Griffith of Des Moines and Miss Grace McDonald of Beacon, Mesdames B. H. and L. E. Potter of Algona were visitors Monday at the H. L. Potter home. The three daughters of Peter Fandel are teaching again this year. Lorretta is teaching at Lotts Creek, Marcella at No. 2, Marie at No. 3, Marie Brandow at No. 4 and Miss Prink of Fenton at No. 6, all in Whittemore township. The two latter are known as the Brandow and Wichtendahl schools. SENECA NEWS Jenny Erritt of Farnhamville spent last week with her cousin, Joyce Bassett. way. May 10, 1855, ana died at her | The Modern Mixer club met at the home in Depew Friday August 24, 1931 j aged 79 years, threr months and f"ur- tecn days. Sh? ImiTviKraU"! to America when a younrf woman and ln- cated at Portland, North Dakota. In 1893 she was united in marriage to J F. Weltzin it Minneapolis. Some time later they movr\l to Dipew and have operated a nerurnl store there ever since. She is survived bv her husband, one son, Walter, of Depew. one granddaughter, WUma, also two brothers in Norway. She was a member of the St. Johns Lutheran congregation and the funeral sluices were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock from that church at Depvw. The pail bear-, rs were Louis Jensfold, Ole Randa, Lars Strand, Bertl Naig. Ole Nor' by and John Jacobsen. Jensen home Wednesday even- The Algona Hotel 50e * SUNDAY DINNER » 50c Melon Cocktail or Soup: Hci-F l)oiiillon — Crouton's Sp)-iii»- Cliickfii--l-'ricd Country Style <>)'illf<l Lanili Chops -Mint Jell Jioast Prime Hili.- ( ,f B ( .,.f—An Jus Omelette with ( 'hirkeli ( iihlets \Vliippe<l Potatoes Flemish Carrots or Combination Ve^etuhle Salad Hot DiniK-r Rolls Peach (iein with \Vhipped Cream Chilled Watermelon ('ream ('up ('n>tard CoJf'ee Tea < ireeli Apple Pie ( 'hee.-e Fruit Jello al a Mode < 'ariui'l Sundai — < 'ake I'-ed Tea Milk Good Food - Reasonable - Save Sunday Drudgery ing. Miss Alice Hoeck of Swea City visited. Sunday at the A. T. Paulsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and family were- Saturday evening callers at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turner of Curlew veiled Sunday at th-e J. H. Suun- deri home. Mr. and Mrs. Ckm Dot-'on and ton, Darrell, visited with friends in Albert City Sunday. Supt. and Mrs. H. H. Reyman and family visited at the A. T. Paulsen home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell and family viiittd at the A. T. Paulixn home Monday tvening. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Erritt and family of Furnhurnville spent Sunday at thr p'. W. Basielt home. Mr. and Mr.s. Art Spear and family of ijhertmrne, Minn., viiiU-d at the Ole JohamiitTi home Sunday. Julia Saunders spent Wednesday arid Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Anderson at Swea City. L. E. Hovey of Algoria and G. G. Gihjtsch of Fenton were supper guests at tht Art Paulsen home Tuesday tv- t-ning. Htnry McGregor treated his threshing crew and family to beer and ice cream at the community hall la^t Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and son arc- •visiting Sunday and Monday with Mrs. Joh.son's parents of Slater, Minn., to help celebrate their 50th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Duocy rtturni-d home Sunday evening alter visiting for several djys with friends and rtla- ti\i.-i> in Illinois and aUo aUcndmg the Worlds Fair. Karl Cuoijt-r rcturwd to the Roy Oaburn i.omt- loit wt-.k alu.r visiting I(,r a /<•*• days with la.-> .sister, Mrs. iidrolcl Soreiisoa ut Minneapolis. Earl will make his home- at the O.-.liorn home aiici go to school a The baby duughi- r whici, wai born to Mr. and Mrs Marmus Nel. on la.jt, Thun-duy. died early Friday morning. The fui.erul UUi, held Saturday i/iorn- iiig and iiitcriii- 1:1 v,.i.s made m the j:.-Jjip at each one. The last quarterly con- >rence will be held at Whittemore at wo o'clock on the afternoon of Sept. 7 and at Good Hope that same even- ng. Meetings of nominating, pulpit and steward committees must be held. Mrs. Clarence Salisbury and her sls- er, Mrs. Mame St-elnman returned re- ently from an extended trip Into *ev- rai states during which they visited with relatives and other friends. A w:ek was .spent with the Allen Salisbury's at Tipton. Iowa, with the Walter Granmenz family at Moline, III., a wek at the John Allen home at Racine, Wisconsin, during which lime a day was pent at the Century of Progress fair. The next stop was made at Des Moines, where several days were spent with the Walter Reids. Mrs. Steinman returned home from there Mrs. Salisbury going on to visit with her son, Donald and family at Trenton, Missouri. Mrs. Salisbury has returned here and will be in the neighborhood for a week or ten days. She will be joined here by her husband and .<on, Ralph after which they will return to their home In Wyoming. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale Cresco Men Buy Hobarton Building Cresco: B. F. Sparks and son have purchased of Robert Vincent the building in Hobarton form«rly used as a store. The Sparks have rented the basement for bee supplies since last November. Eari Miller has rented a farm two miles southwest of Burt. Chester Wlldln left last week Wednesday evening for a week at the Worlds Fair. Mrs. Belle Wade of Bartlett, Nebraska was a guest Sunday at the E. C. Potter home. The Ben Dwingers visited the latter's mother, Mrs. John Bier: at Templeton from Friday to Sunday. Miss Marie Brandow reached home Thursday after a two weeks' visit with relatives at Oskaloosa. Miss Alberta Grosenbach of Grlnnell accompanied Mi£s Grace Miller, Algona high school teacher, coming on Sunday evening. Catherine and Billy Campbell returned to Ames Monday after two weeks at the home of their aunt, Mrs. H. L. Potter. Harold Sabin, John Miller and Lloyd Brandow entered the Algona high Grnnville, North Dakota, were Sunday at the C. E. Gardener home near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. August Berneau were visitors Sunday evening at the C. H Potter home and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph AJbright of Plum Creek at the Potter home Monday. Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Runchey ia a freshman in Algona high school. Their son, Lyle, returned on Saturday to Sioux City where he Is a senior at Mornlngside College. Mrs. John Ditsworth's sister, Mrs. Grace Jactanan and family of Liberty Saskatchewan, Canada were in a 10 mile wide hall storm and lost everything. They are expected here soon to live. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krause and son, Glen of Chicago arrived Monday morn, ing and were guests at the Louis German and J. H. Fraser homes the foro part of this week, and then went to St. Benedict. Mrs. Alice Miller and daughters, Gladys and June of Minneapolis and the former's grandson, Claude Markham of Fort Snelling, came Sunday to the F. L. Miller home, returning on Monday evening. August Berneau and son, Roland, reached home Saturday from the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lena and children returned to their home FOR SALE—One Minute Washing Machine, also one Maytag Wash-eT with i;as motor at a bargain.—L. B. Larson. Titonka. 36* FOR SALE—Redwood Stave Silos, large stock, prompt delivery, priced to sell.—W. M. Pedelty. 609 North Delaware. Ma.-on City, Iowa. 36 We have a limited amount of money tc loan on Algona property at 5 per cent.- C. R. LaBarre, Phone 55. 32-tf TRAVELERS VACATION ACCI- d<-nt Tickets. Phone 55. Algona Insurance Agency. 32-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size. $77.50. Terms—BJustrom's, Algona, Iowa. ' 3-tf Wanted WANTED TO BUY—Engine hay- Call or write this office. 36- WORK WANTED—By expert dairyman and all around faxrmr. Married; Address 35« no children. Good refemces. G. L. c-o this office. Miscellaneous MONKY TO LOAN—I hav« a few thousand dollars of private money that I can loan at a. reasonable rate on approved ianu loan cr basinets property. M P. Ha-ggurd. 34-tf Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Ktrschs Laundry. Phone 261 48-tf Our interest rate to borrowers was reduced to six per cent on July 1st. If vou are planning on building a home. i-.:iuixifling or want to refinance your pn-ic-nt mortgage avail yoar.*lf t thf low inti-rcst rate plan M' the Buildup & Loan A.v/n. 22-tt demy at Whittemore Monday. Miss Emma Rahm went Friday to care for Mrs. Magnus Rahm and IKW son at St. Benedict. The Louis Germanns spent Sunday at the Rahm home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow spent two days of last week at the state fair and visited Thursday at the Chirks Pond home at Nevada, returning home that night. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter and the former's sister, Mrs. Alice Coven of Notice of Appointment In the Matter of the Estate of H. C. Klamp, Deceased. In Probate. Notice of the Appointment of Executrix. In the District Court of Iowa in and For Kossuth County. To Whom It May Concern; Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate of H. C. Klamp, late of Ko&suth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner Indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said Deceased or his estate will present them in like manner and form as by law renulred, for allowance and payment. Dated this 5th day of September, A. D. 1934. MATHILDA INGERSOLL, Executrix cf said Estate. Shumwav & Kelly. Attorney. 36-39 Notice Notice Is hereby given that seated proposals will be received by the secretary of the Board of Education of the Independent School District, of Algona, Iowa, at the High School Building at Algona up to the hour of 7:iO P. M., Monday, Sept. 10, 1934, for the alterations in the heating plant in the Bryant School Buldlng, in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by B. R. Land^s, mechanical engineer, Des Moines, Iowa. Proposals mu£t be accompanied by a certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of the proposal, payable to the secretary of the above named school district. The successful bidder will be required, to furnish an approved bond. Copies of the plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the engineer and at the Algooa High School Building, and may be obtained upon application to the engineer. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. BOARD OP EDUCATION OP THE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OP ALGONA, IOWA. By LEOBA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. 35-30 Berneau home and the Worlds Fair. Fresh Chocolates Buy One of These Stylish Swagger Fur Coats Chrischilles&Herbst Here they arc, — bountiful, lustrous, youthful fur coats — made from Au.straliau Lupins, and Heavers — real sport models with fancy wool plaid linings and scarfs to match. How "Cultivated" Are Your Neighbor*? Take a Look Arouad Their Living Booms—And Pro*. OJwpin, of the University of Mm- neaaia. Explains Just How to Kate Them by Their Cbaln, Ru«*, B *>k*. Picture*, and Kind of Miuic They Like. In the Sunday Chicago Herald *nd Examiner. predominate from linger tip-lengths to the full three quarter. Black and browns and beaver .shades and prices within the reach of everybody's purse. $68 to $119 •^•E^^aig' 1 .' "4"» m< j j ^ ^^ SURF BALLROOM, Olear Lake, Iowa SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 Gent* 90c ;U1 t*K included

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