The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 20,1934 MARIE GECH IS BRIDE OF HENRY ZEIMET, ST. JOE Rev. Theobald Read Nuptial Mass; to Live on Bride. , groom's Farm St. Joe: Marie, daughter of Bfen Glsch, became the bride of Henry M., eon. of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet, Sr., on Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock at the St. Joseph Catholic church. The Bev. George Theobald read the nuptial mass. The bride wore an ankle tenRth white satin gown, cao- shaped long lace veil and other accessories of white. The bridesmaid was Genevleve Glsch, a sister of the bride and she wore a light Nile green flat crepe dress with white accessories. The bride carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and 1 lilies of tb? valley and her bridesmaid carried a bouquet of pink asters. The groom was attended by his brother, Peter. A reception •was held for the bridal party and about sixty relatives and close friends at the groom's parental home, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet, Sr. The newlyweds are both well known in this vicinity. They will live on a farm two miles south and one -mile east of St. Joe, owned and operated the past several years by the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Zelmet gave a dance for their friends and relatives Tuesday evening at the Llvermore hall. Shower for Betrothed A grocery and miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon at the St. Joe hall honoring Marie Gisch. The bride-to-be was the recipient of many useful gifts. The afternoon was spent at 16 tables of five hundred and six tables of bridge. Mrs. George Neurnan of Algona won the five hundred prize. Irene Gelshecker won the bridge prize and Mrs. Arnold Kellner was awarded the door prize. Lunch was served by the hostesses to about 155 persons. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Etechen were visitors at the Peter Kayser home Several of the Sisters from St. Benedict visited with the St. Joseph Sisters Sunday afternoon. A large number from this vicinity attended the Clay county fair at Spencer the past week. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaller and family spent Sunday with the Rudolph Naeves near Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker were Thursday evening visitors at the Herman Becker home near Llvermore. Mrs. George Thul and daughter, Bertha, were visitors ait the Mike Thul home near Whittemore last week. Aloyslus Gales, son of Mr. and Mrs Chris Gales, left Sunday for Omaha where he will attend Crelghton University. Mrs. Joe Oisch and daughter, Ber- nadlne and Alvlna of Madelia, Minn. returned to their home Sunday evening after a short visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klrsch observed their fifth wedding anniversary Monday evening by inviting neighbors and relatives to spend the evening with them. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte, Mrs. August Berte and Mrs. Elrlnger left last Wednesday for a few days visit w«h relatives at Dell Rapids, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilges, Mrs. Will Thilges from here and Reglna Thilges from West Bend left last Monday for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Springbrook. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. CVDeU of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer of Irvington were last week Tuesday afternoon victors at i *he William Hammer home. Mrs. A. L. Schiltz and son, Arthur of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Prances and family of St. Benedict and Kathryn Wright of St. Paul were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Lucy Wagner home. Mrs. Ben Kurth and daughter, Joyce of Blue Earth, Minn., spent several days last week with Mrs. Kurth's sis- Kr, Mrs. William Reding and family. Mrs. Kurth returned to her home on Sunday afternoon but Joyce will remain at the Reding home about five weeks. Lawrence Becker accompanied by Nicholas Becker and Casper Thilges of St. Joe and a friend from Clare left ,ast week Tuesday tat BWtlmbre, Maryland, where Nicholas and friend remained to attend school the coming year. They attended the Worlds Pair on their way to Maryland. Lawrence and Casper planned to return on Tuesday or Wednesday. August Sterzbach Here From West Greets Old Friends August Sterzbach of Laramle, Wyoming, has been visiting his old friends In Algona during the past week, and has been a guest at the E. J. Murtagh home. August (has perhaps more friends among the old timers in Algona han-any of those who return for a rtsit among the friends of their youthful days. He was at the head of the Algona Creamery In the eighties and was popular among the young folk*. He taught many of the boys and grls of those days how to trip the light fantastic toe gracefully. He married Winnie Stacy, a granddaughter of Father Taylor, Algeria's first minister of the gospel. Winnie was the belle of the xmununlty and the romance began at the weekly dancing lessons given by August at the town hall. Twentv-aev- en years ago after their marriage, they moved to Laramie, Wyoming, where August took charge of a big creamery company, which he still controls. Winnie came back to Algona a number of years afterwards and died in the old Stacy home on East McGregor street. Their only daughter. Dona, was later married to a Mr. Madrlgan and they have a fine family of four children They all reside in the Sterzbach home in Laramle. August, who Is now in his seventies with the appearance o Iowa City, Luther, Dubuque, Morningside, Others Draw North Endera Ledyard: The following Ledyard alumni have gone away to school or are •won to leave: Alvin Depping to Mis- Ion College In Plymouth, Wisconsin, or his last year; Tllmer Halverson to -.uther College; Kenneth Thompson bo Momlngslde; James Logan to Iowa ity and Anna Jones to business col- !ge, These are all from the graduat- ng class of 1934. Willis Dyer returns to Iowa City for his second year; Wilur Hassebrock to Dubuque TJniversi- j as a Junior; Fern Lewis to Iowa State Teachers College; Crystal Bergund to business college at Mfeson. Aleda Oreen recently went to Mar- halltown to take nurses' training. The Ralph Olsons visited at Wilbur Nelson home at Elmore Sunday. School opened last week Monday •ith an approximate enrollment of 32. Margaret Zlelske left Wednesday for Vinfleld, Kansas, to resume nursing uties. Mrs. Erickson and son, Ernest of We Special!*) la Automobile Liability insurance Onr Automobile Insurance Protects Ton in Caae You Get Hurt A MODERN AUTOMOBILE TRAVEL SERVICE Very reasonable rates. Complete protection. Dwelling and Household Goods Insurance Long Haul Trackers and Cargo Insurance Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds Bonds writ-ten at our Algona office. Oar Policy Writing Connections and Company Contract* Permit Us to Write Your Insurance %nd Bonds at the Very Lowest Rates Consistent With Reliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited Loans-jReal Qrf^te—Rental*—Invest ments THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 C. B. LaBarre Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bank 29-tf • KANT-NOCK ETHYL OAIOLINI I* HIGHIY KiCOMMCNDIO fOU EXTRA HiOH COMMISSION MOTORS YEARS AGO An aeroplane pilot Mit In front of Ht« motor. H« exposed himself to the elements and trusted to luck that the motor fuel would keep the engine running. TODAY Super Kant-Nock gasoline is your positive assurance of dependable, sweet-running motor per f ormance. No chugging, missing or engine strain with that tremendously powerful motor fuel. Deep Rock refinery skill has overlooked nothing of engine performance value in the development of Super Kant-Nock. Next time look for a Deep Rock station. Demand the "more miles" Super Kant-Nock! You'll pay no more for it than you would for many brands of ordinary gasolines. LEDYARD YOUNG FOLKS LEAVE FOR COLLEGES; VARIETY OF CHOICES Armstrong spent Sunday at the Albert Barnes home. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayer are the parents of a daughter, Barbara Jean born Sept. 8th at Bancroft Mrs. Joe Mayne entertained the M. E. Aid last Thursday and a number of Grant ladies were guests. Mrs. J. T. Welfare accorrtpanied her daughter. Mrs. Ben Oecch and husband to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Worlds Pair. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz returned Sunday morning from South Dakota where they purchased a car load of drouth cattle. Marie Moulton and nephew, Norbert La Rocnelle of Pans, HI., came on Saturday for a visit with the lady's brother, George Moulton. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and family and Evelyn Anderson all of Chicago came Sunday for a visit at the Gus Andemm home. Jean Estle had several hemorrhages 1 the past week following a tonsil operation and will not be able to return to school for several weeks. Prank Moulton and Reuben Green plajred ball wth (PaiiTnOnt i Friday night. Fairmont played -the Louisiana Monarchs and won 24 to 12. Marjorie Stranahan, Frances Hettler and V. A. Barrett attended the game. man of fifty, each year makes a. pil- rimage back to Algona and the scene f his birthplace In Wisconsin near anesville. August came to Algona in 876 and was the first buttermaker ere. Hs many old friends here are Iways glad to see him and he renews us youth at each yearly visit. SEXTON NEWS Miss Esther Madsen of Alrona vis- ed last week at the home of Mrs. Fred lumb and family. Miss Dorothy Fraser returned home aturday evening from Alirona where ic had been visiting the oast few ays with relatives. Mrs. Bertha Sarchett and family of ear Algeria was a visitor last week Tuesday at the home of her sister. 'is. Joseph Fraser. Mrs. Mary Neuman of Alsrona came Sunday for a few days's visit at the lome of her daughter. Mrs. James Brophv and husband, west of town. Ronald Fraser who works at the Alex Miller farm near LuVerne. spent Sunday at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fraser and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and Ittle son. Junior, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his slater. Mrs. Ernest HutchJhson and family in Wesley. Miss Katherlne McEnroe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike McEnroe southwest of town left Monday morning for Iowa City where she will attend college. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson, daughter. Phyllis and sons. Dean and Marvin, were Sunday visitors in Ooodell at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. ThomrjBon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Burvene Johnson and family of Berwick accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred N«ihrlrur and son. Donald to West Bend Sunday. Mrs. Ida May Harris and daughter. Mary, were Sunday dinner truests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton GlddlnRS in Wesley. Mrs. Giddiness was Mary Harris before her marriage last month. Mrs. Sarah Wise, son Herman and dauehter, Nell, attended the barjtLsmal services at the Baptist church in Corwith Sunday afternoon. Her Brand- children, Yvonne and Russell Stratton ol Britt were baotlaed. Mr. and Mrsl Ernest Bundall Durby, Iowa, were Friday dinner and afternoon visitors at the home of Rev. Father S. Grady left Sunday morning for Omaha where he per- ormed the wedding ceremony of his brother who was married Monday morning. Emmet Devine left Sunday for Ames where he will enter his second vear n college. His brother, Kenneth left Wdnesday for Ames and he will enter as a freshman. Mrs. Andy Deltermg was pleasantly urprised Friday evening at her home. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. Chas. Becker won high and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan second high. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan had as their dinner guests Monday, H. S. Wellington, Mrs. Hardy and Miss Erckson of Minneapolis, who left for their home In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. Faneman and two children of Alta spent Sunday at the nonve of Frank Fangmaii and the M. J. Dyer home. Mrs. Fangman was Elna Dyer before her marriage. Amorlta Schiltz is the new operator at the telephone office, beginning her work Sunday. She took. Mrt. Mae Lattlmer's place who recently resigned and will care for her unc'e, John Cogley. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Guide and Mr. and Mrfc. Peter Schllta attended the card party at the Sacred H«art church in Ledyard Monday evening. Harry Farrow left Sunday for Sank Center, Minn., where he will visit his brothers, Charles and Richard Farrow. His nieoe Lillian Farrow, who tpd (relatives hfere tor the past ten days returned to her home. Madeline Lattlmer was pleasantly surprised Friday evening, the occasion being her eleventh birthday. Nine little girls were present and games were played. At the close of the evening a delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Joe Recker, Sr., and Misses Rosemary and Dorothy Nurre took their cousin. Miss Helen Lenz to Wilmot, Minn., Friday. Mrs. Recker and the Nurre girls returned home Saturday, Miss Lenz spent several ivecks visiting friends and relatives here. The McGulre Bros, entertained about twenty-five guests, at. dinner Sunday. Those who attended were ttic P. F. McGuire family, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Doocy and family, Mr. and Mrs. itchard Menke, Mr. and Mrs. Gurnev Farrow of East Mollne, 111., Lawrence Bergman of Emmetsburg and Charlotte Hood. (Crowded Out Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ooetz are the parents of a baby girl born to them on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Lena Larson, Mrs. Frank Johnson and Irene, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Elmer Johnson. Herman DeBoer was •taken to the Kossuth hospital Friday where he underwent an operation for the removal of his appendix. Miss Maxlne Wolf left last week for Carroll where she enrolled in a three years' course' in nurses' training in the St. Anthony hospital. Mrs. Harley Hanson Is In the Kossuth hospital nicely recuperating from an operation for the removal of her appendix on Sunday night, Sept. 2. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dlekmann and three sons drove to the Twin Cities Saturday where they visited over Sunday at the homes of relatives of Mrs. Diekmann. Mrs. Bertha S. Looft and two daughters, Margaret and Johnet.te spent Sunday visiting the Fred Loofts afc Swea City and the Jerry Schutters at West Bend Mrs. Cad Roblson, who underwent a serious operation a month or more ago returned to her home here ten days ago and is still confined to her bed most of the tune. Mrs. Leo Reno and daughter Carol returned home Sunday from Fort Dodge where they had visited since Labor Day at the home of her sister, Mrs. Leon F. Smith. Miss Rose Wagner returned to her work at Milwaukee, Saturday night following a vacation spent here with her brothers, Tony and Leo and with her Wlngert relatives. Miss Mildred Benton spent from Friday evening untfl Monday here with her home folks fallowing a wfeekfs teaching in the kindergarten at Emmetsburg, a position she has beld for several years. Miss Lorraine Huschka of St. Benedict is being employed at the J. P. Studer home, taking the place of Miss Luella Simpson, who had worked at the Studer home for the past three and a half years. Miss Hazel Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller of Titonka, former farmers In this community, left last week for Des Moines where she has entered the Iowa Lutheran hospital as a student nurse. Members of the Study club held their first regular meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. Arlo Dawson or. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. M. Lease was in charge of the lesson and gave a fine book review on "Prairie Anchorage." Mrs. Julius Kunz and Mrs. John von (11), Twelve (12), Thirteen (18) and Fourteen (H) of Block Two hundred forty (240) of Call's Avcnuo Addition to the Cltj' of Atfronn, Iowa. Section Two. That no buIiair.R. or other structure, except residences, school houses, churches or other similar structures, shall hereafter he erected, reconstructed, altered, repaired or occupied within »ald restricted residence district .without first securing from the Cltv Council n permit lh«r«>- for. Section Three. Any bulldlnK or structure, erected, altered, repaired or used In violation of any of the provisions of this Ordinance, IB hereby declared to bo a nuisance, and may be abated as such In any action brought by the City of Algona, Iowa, In any court of competent Jurisdiction. Section Four. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction tliorpof «>sll »•«> t-minli.i! by a One of not to exceed One hundred dollars, or he Imprisoned not to exceed thirty days In jail. Section Five. Thin Ordinance shall be In force and effect from and after Its passage and publication as provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 30th day of August. A. n., 1934. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City, of Algona. Iowa Approved by me this 80th day of August, A. D., 1934. C. F. 8PECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona. Iowa. Ordinance No. 238 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A RESTRICTED RESIDENCE DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OF ALOONA, IOWA, AND PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF. WHEREAS, there rms been filed in the office of the Clerk of the City of Alfrona, Iowa, a petition signed by more than sixty per cent of the owners of the following described real estate, residing In the City of Algona, Iowa, to-wlt: Lots One, Two, Three and Four of Block Twenty-three (23) of the Original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), nnd Four (4) of Block Twenty- four (24) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, All of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, All of mocks Eighty-one (81) and Eighty-two (82) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, Block Two Hundred Seventy-six (276) of Call's addition to the City of Algona, lows. Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), four (4) nnd the East Half (EH) of Lot Five (5) nnd Lot Fourteen (14) of Block One (1) of Auditor's Plat of Reservation Numtpr One (1) of Algona. Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4). Six (6). Seven (7). Eight (S). Nine (9) and Ten (10) of Block Two Hundred Seventy-seven (277) of Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa, Blocks Two Hunilrml Forty five (245) and Two Hundred Forty-six (248) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algonn, Iowa, asking for the establishment of a re- . . . family. The families were old neighbors down near Cambria. John Anker of Box Elder. South Dakota. was a Saturday afternoon visitor at. the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. He had been called to Iowa due to the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Matilda Ward at Whittemore.. Mrs. Henry Hawlev, daughter. Naomi De Wilde and the latter's little daughter. Constance Joy, all of Mason Citv came up Saturday evening and spent the night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Sunday momlnst *hev drove to LuVerne and itot Mrs. Haw- lev's mother-in-law. Mrs. U. S. Grant. com Ina back bv the farm, then on to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bol- enus and family near Doan for dinner. Mrs. Grant acomoanied the Hawlevs home to Mason City for a week's visit. Hutchlson accompanied Julius Kunz. Jr., to St. Paul Wednesday where he enrolled as a student at the St. Thomas academy at St. Paul where he is femplefclng his senior year In high school work. A miscellaneous bridal shower was he-Id Saturday afternoon at the Olaf Funnemark home honoring two sisters, Mrs. Arthur Larson and Miss Luella Simpson. The two ladles received nice lot of beautiful and useful gifts from the forty guests present. J. F. Cruise and John Hilbert were recipient of 400 sheep Saturday which were bargained for from the drouth stricken area of Montana. The sheep are truly lambs and these two well- yinrsed farmers win fcreajtay enjoy 1 watching tr^e animals put on weight as well as fleece. Twelve m-cmbers of the Foreign Missionary society and one guest attended the monthly meeting held Friday afternoon at the Arlo Dawson home. Election of officers was held with Mrs. John Amesbury named president; Mrs. Henry Phillips, vice president; Mrs. James Hodges, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Theron Hanson, recording secretary; Mrs. Lawniice Hanson, treasurer. Mrs. Dawson served a very nice iunch. itrlcted residence district to he above described real Include estate, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BT THE CITY COUNCIL, OF THK CITY OF AIXJONA. IOWA: flection One. That the hereinafter bounded property located In the City of Algona. Iowa, tw> *n.l the same la icreby designated and established as a restricted residence district, to-wlt: Comenrlng at the southwent corner of Lot Four (4) of Block Twenty-three (23) of the orlclnal plat of the City of AlRonn, Iowa; thence east along the north sMe of the alley to the <outhfia«t cornm- of Let One (1) of Block Twenty-four (24) of the original plat of th-5 City of Algona, Iowa; thence north a!i>ng the west line of Minnesota Street to the northeast corner of Lot t;ne (1) of Block Two hundred forty- six (246) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, lovra; thence west to the west side of Jones Street; thence west to the northwest corner, of Lot One (1) of Block Txvo Hundred Forty-five (24B) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa; thence northwest to the northwest corner of Lot Nine (9) of Block Two Hundred Forty-five (246) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa; thence south along tr.-e west line of Lot Nine (9) of Block Two Hundred Forty-five (245) of Call's Avenue Addition and along the west line of Lot Ten (10) of Block Two Hundred Seventy-seven (277) to the south line of Elm Street; thence south to the south line of Lucas Street; thence east to the northwest corner of Block Eighty-two (82) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa; thence south along the east line of Rartan Street to the point of beginning. Said district Includes the following- described real estate: Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (8), and Four (4) of Block Twentythree (23) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2). Three (3), and Four (4) of Block Twenty- four (24) of th9 original plat of the City of Algona. Iowa. All of Blocks Onp (1) and Two '2) of the original plat of the City of Algonn. Iowa. All of Blocks Eighty-one (81 and Eighty-two (82) of the original plat of the City of Algona, Iowa. Block Two Hundred Seventy-six (2761 of Call's Addition to the City of Alsronn. Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2). Three (3), Four (4) and the East Hnlf (EH) of Lot Five (S) nnd Lott Fourteen (14) of Reservation Number One fl) of Algona, Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2). Three (8). Four f4), Six («). Seven (7), Eight fS). Nine (9) and Ten (10) of Block Two hundred seventy-seven (277) of Call's Addition to Algona. Iowa. Blocks Two hundred forty-five (24B1 and Two hundred forty-six (246) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona. Iowa. Section Two. That no building, or other structure. except residence, school houses, churches, or other similar structures, shall hereafter be erected, reconstructed, altered, repaired, or occupied within said restricted residence district, without first securing- from the City Council a permit there- for. Section Three. Any building, or structure, erected, altered, reps.lred or used In violation of nny of the provisions of this Ordinance. Is hereby declared to be a nuisance, ami may b» abated as such In any action brought hy the City of Algona. Iowa. In any Court of competent jurisdiction. Section Four. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be gulltv of a misdemeanor, nnd upon conviction thereof shall be punished bv a nne of not to exceed One hundred dollars or be Imprisoned not to exceed thirty days In Jail. Section Five. This Ordinance shall he In force and effect from nnd after Its passage and publication as provided by taw. Adopted and passed hy the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 30th day of August. A. D.. 1»J4. ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved by me this 30th day of August, A. D.. 1»34. C. F. SPECHT. Mayor of the City of Algona. Iowa. Deep Rock Oil Corporation Bancroft Sending Delegation Away to Schools, Colleges Antoinette Hart left Tuesday for Iowa City where she will enter college. Mrs. Karl Hoffman and daughter, Joan spent several days last week with relatives in Algona. Bancroft: Allen Murphy left Sunday for Iowa Ci!y where lie will en- t r as freshman in college. Mrs. Jack McDonald and daughter. Doris of Ledyard .spent, Saturday with iclatives and Iriends in Uancroit. Mrs. H. K. Tin-s weal to Tipton, Iowa, the la»l of the week and will vis- n with her daughter. Mr». Ga. v .s>jU. Edmund Ford left Wednesday niorn- iu;i for Sioux City where he will enter his second year at Tiinity Colleg-.-. Verne Austin, Ru.vA-11 SauncUrs, (.i nil Canning. Cieo. Merrill left on Thuisday lor Chicago where they will aitii.d Lhe Worlds K'lir. Thus. Garry. Lawrence Rockier. K. K Hulton and Dr. Karl Huffman returned Sunday evening alter a four ,-av tisluiiir trip at, Osakis. Minn. Mr and Mrs. LeKoy Ostwinkle ajid sun, Bobby of Des Monies art v inif ut the- home of Mr.,. Oolwmklo's puruils. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oeittring Mr. and Mr^. Joe Rail.; c.iid their ] daughter, Elizabeth took their son and b: othtr. Ervln to Dubuque where he will enter as u sophomore in Columbia Mr. and Mrs. Gurney Farrow left Monday for their home in Ea^l Mollne. HI., after spending the wtt-k end at the hoii'e of Mr. Farrow's sifter, Mrs. McGulre. U'j> lie* no one but Gainbl.s ever had a. Trade-In Sale like this b.-fore- 10c Lo 50c allowed on old Radio Tubes --3e on Electric; House Lamp* '<S>c for any old 5 gal. oil call Sept.. 14th to liatii 38 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 Kossuth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or tils 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 required, for allowance and payment. Dated this 5th day of September, A. D. 1334. MATHILDA INGERSOLL, Executrix of said Estate. Shurnway &, Kelly, Attorney. 36-39 Ordinance No. 237 v \" ' il' lilNANCK. KSTAlll.lrflllNi; A I.I-:STI;II TI-;I. i:i-:si mo.vcK I.ISTKICT WITHIN THi; CITV UK Al.i;oNA IOWA. A.M. i Kovii.iNi; A I'KNAI.TV K VIOLATION TIIKUKOI'' .- ,.f H.,- Cl, I k of UK: Cny ,,f I >• wa a |,i I 11 ion .-,1^,'IM .! hy .in .- i x I v IM-T i .n i of i h.- ow n • i,*- lollowiiiK il. *•'i it,.--! t.,il ,-*i n Iowa |. I' •o him.In >J r-.i I v iii'ln-il furl i -four I.- ir i S i. .-i •: ^ i; t < •* ) . hill' I 'J I , I 1 1 I I V.. I v. I 1^1. .1 l',,ul l.-.-n ill.. .anil .-ii t.ii i y of Call's Avtiii.0 Addition to Al- -kil:^ I'd th'- f-.lii l.)l:,h rn<-i,l nf i. !>-I I I, l.-.l I , |.|,.|,, .• .llnll-u-t I-.' ill- lll'l.i 111' .IIH.-.I- ll,.>i-|ll.,.,J I fill vl-lUlf. • IILI: HI-: IT om.AiNKi" nv rv coi'Ni'11. OF THI-: CITV IN A. IO\VA: on.. Tli.11 (In; li.Ti-lnafter n.lfil |,t.,|,,-riv loiuti-'l In II-'- '-'Hy \]j.-..ii:i |..w.i I.... and UK- i-.un>: la I). 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'-!) to KK I'ol of IMoek Two hunilreil forty CMO) of CaU'i) Av.-Ull,- Addition to tllo City of Altfona, Iowa; tli«ivc« northwest alonK th« Houthwect lino of Valley Htreet to a i.olnt due north of the northweHt corner of Lot One (1) of Illock Two tinn- <1rnl forty-four (LM4) of Cairn Avnnue Adilltlon to Al«ona. low,-i; tLiinnu Houthwetit ulonK tliu fcjouth Him of V p alley Htruet Io the weHt point of Hlock Two hunclreil forty- one (2411 of Oall'H Ave'iui: Addition Io ihu t.'lly nt AlKonn. Iowa; then.-u floulh along the w«dt DnH of I.i.l Five (5) of Hlock Two hundred forty-four <'J44) of Call's AVfiiuu Addllion to Alffonu. Iowa, to the boiithweHt r.miur ol' said Lot Flvn (6): tllenr.! HooHoahl alonK the aouth line of said lilock Two hunilr.-d forev-four (211) of Call'x AyuiiiiB Ailiiltlon to tin: Ciiy nf AlKollll. Iowa. In till: [joulhw.-rtt rorni-r of Lot Thr.-e f.'il of Hl'.ek Two Huii.lli-il Follv four ( L'M I tit Call'« Avifiin«! A.I.Htioii n, the City ,1 AlKona. li.wii. Hi'-n-'M i-iivit iiti.iiK Hi.- south Ihu: of Lot Tin.- • i .'! i i.l' lilo.-k Two Imi'li.-il idtiv-fi.iir IJHi of Ciill'H Av.-niif Addition to Hi.. Citv nf AlKonii. Inwii. I" II'.. .-oi,th.-i..M i-oi.if o' .sal,I I...l " % hr..i: cti: lln-ii'i- »i.utlii:am lo tho i.oint ,.i.| di.-lilci Inrluil".-) thl! foliowlliK I- ,iil,,,I i.-al .--'it,-: l:loi-k Two hiinifri'd fu' lv-',in- i-j I I i of Call'M A'.'.-nin: Ailillllon to I I... I 'II . of Allion I liiw.'l. l",,,,l( Txv-.i lliMidi. I Kio-l v-f'.tir (244) of P-all'M AV.-IIII.! Addition I., thi) City of AlKona, town. I.ols Fivu (fit. Six (ii). SfV.'ti (7i. IClKllt <H|. Nllli: 13*. Tfll (Jill, Kl> - Thrills Galore in These New Fall Hats Flat Crowns! Bloused Berets! Tricorns! Draped Effects! Bandeau Types! Side-Roll Brims! Squat Little Derbies! Feather Trims! $1.95 to $3.50 The ELITE CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J, Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON * LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 Pint Nat'l Bank Bile. ALOONA, IOWA J. L. BONAK ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will rsceive prompt attention ALOONA, IOWA W. B. QUABTON U. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Ofllce Phone, 427 ALOONA, IOWA Drink YERBAVIDA YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON IT! If your nerves are Jumpy and you cannot sleep, do not let this condition continue or you will ruin your health. Ytibavida Tea will relax your nervea and let you sleep. Not a drug, but a very beneficial beverage that you Will prefer to either tea or coffee. For Stomach and Kidney troubles it is unsurpassed. A 20-page free booklet, "Tbe Story of Yerbavida," may be obtained by writing to Yerbavida Saiea Co., 612 Southwetit Bld«., lx>8 Angeles; or a large package of Yerbavida—enough for 240 cups—can be obtained for $1.00. For sale at Lusby's Drug store. —Adv. A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 281 E. J. VAN NESS * G. W. 8TILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Ertward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa phone 68 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quiiiby Building, phane 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. V. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Ofllce over Quloby & Krause Bldg. jVlgona, Iowa phone 138 HIKAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 f. A. DAMSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Re* ALOONA. IOWA CAKROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over PostoBlce Phon« E. H. Panama Judge D. F. Coyle Ofllce over Basket Grocery ATTOBNSnrS-AT-LAW Phone 830 Algona, Iowa J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. B. Llnnan SULLIVAN. McMAHON * LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALOONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Riat over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 324 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CBETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 368; Office 666 MKLVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Olflce Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Rea. 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocalne used for extraction Located over chrlstensen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 133 Re*. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Kta. 475-B Algona, Iowa L. M. MKBUITT Mortician and Funeral Director Phone U Algona. Iowa Over Planer Cafe A. V. HKHTIG SIGN SERVICE Phonft -08-W

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