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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 26,1936 ARMSTRONG YOUTH ON AMES COLLEGE BASEBALL SQUAD Armstrong, May 20—Leo Fleming;, an Armstrong high school graduate, is one of 24 players on the State college baseball squad and Is a candidate for catcher. Only one player seeks this position besides himself. He was- chosen on the group of 24 out of 100 men. Leo was graduated here in the class of 1935, and was active In tooth basketball and baseball here. He spent last week at the parental Al Fleming's here. Engagement Is Announced— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mardick, Armstrong, have announced the engagement of their daughter Ethleen L.. Des Moinos, to Millard F. Nicodemus, also Des Moines, son of Mr. and MrB. F. C. Nicodemus, Wayne. Ark. The marriage will take place June 7 at Des Moine?. Other Armstrong Sews. last week Thursday with the former's daughter, Mrs. F. F. Gibbons. The Frank Boevers family. Led-1 yard, and the R. Mardicks, Armstrong, were Sunday afternoon visitors at H. M. Irmiter's here. Mrs. Harold Atwood visited ov er the week-end with her (Jaugh ter Norma at the Cedar Falls Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Schreeen gost, Waterloo, cplled on Arm strong friends Sunday. Thc-y formerly resided here. Oeorge Bilharz. who has been working at Sioux Falls, came recently for a. tpw days at the G. A. Bilharz home. Betty Camden. who attends the Estherville junior college, spent the week end at the parental E. S Camrten's. Mrs. G. H. West and her fion Junior recently visited a brother of Mrs. West at Faribault. Minn. Norman Russett. Flandreau, S. n., is spending a few weeks at his sister Mrs. R. W. Bnade's. 4 Bancroft Speeder Fined. Burt, May 20—Marshal W. H. Steward arrested Emil Burger, of Bancroft, Sunday for speeding on main street here, and Mayor Bios- Mrs. Jay Dunham and Mrs. Isom imposed a fine of $7.75, Wesley Dunham, Estherville, spent' eluding costs. in- Good Ice Cream Winter or summer, you can always sit down to a dish of ice cream with the anticipation of a delightful treat in store for your. Ice cream is not only good—but it's good for you. Taylor Made ice cream Is unusually rich, wholesome and delicious. Serve it in your home for a dessert that will delight Ask for it in sodas mad sundae* at your tevorit* fountain, AJgona Ice Cream & Candy Factory All Feed Chick Mash The same HIGH QUALITY feed which ha* always been •old by us. Strong, healthy and sturdy chicks result when fed "ALL FEED" Starting and Growing Mart because it U freshly mixed. Cod Liver Oil, Buttermilk Mid other Ingredient* are mixed the same day the feed l» sold. Why not insure yourself a healthy flock by giving them the right start? $2.25 per cwt; $2.00 in 500 Ib. lots Manufactured and sold by E. R. Rising Mill Algona, Iowa Other Dealers: Nelson Hardware Algona, and Algona Hatchery GEORGE WILSON Republican Candidate For GOVERNOR I'.i. li;rn <jf ^, .vn I' ''Ul I -JlhlMUI.IU .S'.^I'AKH 1/KAJ 1- ii u;<.;- ;i.'.'l \Vor — V Mron,;, I'l c/i;n ssin- K tint ia Hie lima Senate. — A I'Yurl'--,- Sid.- oi tin — An tor 111 l.r.uirr on tin* Kaiik a.ud I'll.-. 1'urlj. — Ail loin I'rodui t — Burn, K'-arrti, r.ilut utrii in luvvii. — A < .uniiii.it.- Wh» H.i» Al- \tu>* Kt-pt Iti* i'l uiiiUr*. WE CAN WIN WITH WILSON GRADUATES AT LAKOTA GIVEN HOME DINNER ST. BENEDICT GIRL IK COLORADO WRITES "I am sending you a copy of the annual tourist edition of the Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph. I feel sure you can get more information about the Pike's Peak re- Lakofa, May 20—Mesdame* P. L. Koppen Jr. and J. H. Warburton gave a 7 o'clock dinner at the Warburton's Thursday evening for the 1!)36 graduating class of 16 young people In honor of Frvin Koppen, one of the clans. Supt. nrabau and Mrs. Grahau were the. only other guests. A 21-ft. table was decorated with the class colors, silver and rose, with rnntiPrs down the center and jowls of apple blossom bude, sll- vr.r candle sticks, silver sugars and 'reamers, and silver ships reflect- np the colors. Favors were tiny American flags mounted on rose ind white candy bases and white ilnce cards. A two-course dinner, vith rose color predominating, was served. Mrs. Warburton read a poem. Be he Best of Whatever You Are, and Supt. Orabau gave a short talk, •oicing his appreciation of the work done by the class. Most of he young folks drove to Bancroft ollowing the. dinner and attended movie. The class and teachers held a picnic at Interlaken Friday. M'onian Is Kicked by Coir— Mrs. Ida ITkena, Mr. and Mrs. -Warr Wlfte. Sf. Bfnodlcf trlrl vho In IhP Interest of her liHtlth 11 T t s lit Colorado Spring*, fol«*, sends (his note under date of May 18. gion from the paper than I could give you. I don't get out much except for walking a few blocks a day for exercise. "I have received the Advance regularly, and I certainly do appreciate It. believe It or not! I know I can usually count on it every Saturday for news from home and that means BO much to me, being so far away. "I always read the Colyum first, then turn to the movie reviews by Jerry ITkena. Mrs. Minnie Heetland and daughter Hanna drove to Heyo Boeckelman's near Titonka Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. Boeckelman. who was seriously injured last week when she was kicked by a cow. Heyo Boeckelman's mother Anna and Mrs. Heetland are sisters, and Mrs. Ida Ukena is a sister-in-law. Kx-l.nkntan to Sanitarium— Friends here have received word that Mrs. K. H. Kohl, of Fairmont, is in a sanitarium at St. Peter, Minn., for a two-month treatment. The Kahls owned and lived on the farm north of town, now owned by Walter Leslie, for many years. Mrs. Kahl is reported recovering. Buy's Appendix Removed— Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. An- dreir Bopckelman, southwest of Lakota. was taken to the Buffalo ('enter hospital and an operation for appendicitis was performed last Thursday morning by Dr. R. I.. Williams. School Contest Is Knded— Gertrude Wortman, teacher of district school No. 5 south of town, has held a Behavior contest In school, and Friday afternoon tho losers gave a party for the winners, and all agrr-e il was "some party." Youth Critically Ill- Little Morris Wortman has been seriously ill for ten days with bronchial pneumonia, but is recovering. Grandma Rlppentrop Is now caring for him. Other Lakota News. HIM Scbulxe. former teacher here who taught at Lone Rock this year, visited Mrs. R. E. Hamnqulst Saturday. After another week of school she will spend the summer at her home in Missouri. James and Samuel Warburton drove to the Okobojis and spent the week-c"d visiting the Rev. Mr. Weaver, and trying to catch fish with no results. They came home Sunday morning. Audrey Hastings, New Providence, and Blanche Miller, who taught at Hubbard last year, both former Lakota teachers, visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Milton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Paulson, southwest of town, was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital Sunday morning for an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schissel and Mrs. R K. llamnquist drove to Minneapolis Thursday morning, and i (.'turned Friday evening. The Art Sorensons. Itode, were Sunday visitors with Mrs Soreri- on's parents, Mr and Mre. Charles Dale Hamnquist k-ft Sunday for a farm near Swea City, where he will work for F. G. Torine a few day.-. Williiir Hassi-'hrock had charge nf sci vic.-s at i hi- Presbyu-riaii < )nm-!i Sunday murtiing. Virgil l.i-wis, Waterloo, spent the w..-k-(-nd with hi.-i father, Frank I.I-W IS. It. K. ll,itiiiuiui.-l irf! a WM k an'i \\rdrn--dav for Chii-'.i-'o on tui.s- T. H. C., which I also enjoy Immensely." Banquet Given for 14 at Whittemore Whittemore, May 20—The annual Presentation academy junior-senior banquet was served at the academy hall last week Thursday night. Decorations- were in golc and green, and the tables bore gold candles and yellow tulips. There were 36 plates, Helen Hlgley was toastmistress. Fathers Veil and Hyland gave talks, and the Swanee orchestra furnished music for a dance. There are 14 seniors: Mary Bauman. Leo C'onway, Ray Beech, Lenore Elbert. Melvin Elbert. Bernice Farrell. Willard Fandel. Edward Ford, Elizabeth Keene, Dorothy Loebach, Marvin Weydert, Pauline Weydert, Bernice Wlnkel, Leonard Youngwlrth. LEGAL NOTICES i'fiiii Lone Rock Group Sees College Game Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4120. in District Court, June Term. 1936. To All Whom It May Concern: You arc hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to he the last Will and Testament of Lewis Wildin, Deceased, dated February 21. 1936, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 22nd day of June. 1936, is fixed fi^r hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned nil persons interested are hereby notiiied and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed aa and for the last Will and Testament of «Ud deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 22nd. 1936. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Van Ness & Stlllman, attorneys. Wesleyam Hear Four-School Band Wesley, May 20—Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lease, their son Burrell, and the Misses McConnell and Beck drove to Pilot Knob state park Sunday to hear the four-school band from the high schools of Thompson. Rake, Forest City, and Buffalo Center, Winnebago county, which played In the park's natural amphitheater. The Wesley party carried picnic dinner, and ate in the park. Leaguers Repair Dam East of Burt Burt, May 20—The Conservation League met last week Monday, and E. A. Ilif, engineer at the Bancroft camp, gave a talk. Plans were laid for hauling more rock to complete a dam east of Burt. Some 25 leaguers were at the dam Sunday morning to make repairs. High water had washed out dirt at the nd. The dam will be made higher when the water goes down. Fenton Doctor in Trip to Rochester Fenton, May 21—Dr. J. T. Waite ook his son John to Algona a few ays ago, and John thence took a bus for Ames, where he is a veterinary student, and the Doctor left for Prairie du Cblen, Wis., for treatment at a sanitarium. Doctor and Mrs. Walte returned last week Thursday from Rochester, where both were examined in the Mayo Fenton Man Low Following Stroke Fenton, May 20—John Meyers i» seriously sick at his eon Alfred's. He had a stroke while he was visiting the Charles Glaus family at Clear Lake a week ago Sunday, and last week Wednesday Alfred and the latter's wife brought him here, side Alice Glaus, teacher near Armstrong, spent the week-end with her parents and grandfather. His right arm and the right of his face are paralyzed. St. Benedict clinic. Itnll Team Attain Win*— The ball team played the West Benders at West Bend and again won, 6-3. Harold Kuecker, Algona. was umpire for West Bend; "Bill" Dreyer for the locals. Next Sunday Lotts Creek will play Feuton at Fenton, and on May 31 the locals will play Whittemore at Whitle- unre. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. D. Cordes, Whittemore. ha^ been at the Richard Potratz home, jUildinK a brooder house. Friends of the Kuecker family 'rum Whittemore. Fenton. Algona. and West Bend attended. Ln Verne (Jlrl Wins. Lu Verne. May 20—Dixie Ramus, 6-year-old daughter of Mrs. A. E. Ftamus. won second place in an amateur contest at the State theater, Alconii Friday evenins. She sang With An Earful of Music and ve a tap dance. > Whlttcmore Heals f'entiin. Whittemnre.. May 20—The Whit- tenmrp and Fentnn ball teams played Sunday on the local diamond, and the game was close, 2-2, till the sixth inning, when Whittemore. in a swift rally, ran In scores almost at will, the game ending 16-2 In favor of the locals. Hare Operation*. Fenton, May 20—Valerian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, was operated on at the Kossuth hospital Saturday evening for appendicitis. Her cousin, Maxine Jentz, had an appendectomy last week Thursday evening, and Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, as. No. 4110 In District Court, June Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of T. A. Trauger, Deceased, dated July 31, 1939, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday, the 13th day of June, 1936, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persona interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 18, 1936. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Attorney. 20-22 b °' h *»rl. the same room. • Read The Want Ads—It Pays Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend and Paul. Rose-, and Christine Arend, and Florence Hubert, all of Algona, and Louise Huschka, Johanna Recker, Ailene Kunkel, and the J, Pruschels were Sunday guests at the J. Arend home. Mrs. Mary Fnsbender, her daugh ters Irene and Bertha, and Gene Hard viewed the ruins Sunday left by the recent tornado. Lenore Arndorfer spent Sunday at the N. Arndorfer home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leither were at J Arndorfer's. Oeorge Ludwtg Jr. and Frank Grandjenett spent a few days at the lakes, fishing, when the season opened. Mrs. Mary Fasbender, Mrs. J Arend. and Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Studer motored to Austin and Adams, Minn., on a business trip a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Raskopf, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs, the Downs children, and Lorraine Huschka were Sunday dinner guests at Frank Eisenbarth's. Lucille Eisenbarth spent two days last week with her aunt, Mrs. J. Raskopf. Mary Ritzenthaler spent Sunday evening at the N. Raskopf's. Lucille and Clarence Eisenbarth attended the junior-senior banquet at the academy at Algona last week Thursday evening. Mrs. Kate Downs and Mrs. Tony Hildmann, Wesley, and her children visited last week Thursday afternoon at the N. Raskopf and J. O. Downs homes. Father Kramer attended a K. C. banquet Jit Algona Sunday. Hob Senenfelder, Waterloo, and his sister. Mrs. Fred Erickson, St. Bene-dict, visited their people at Swea City Sunday. A. L. Look, Lu Verne, and a sister from New York were recent callers at August Harig's. Ralph Dorr, Belmond, came home for Mother's day. Mr. and Mrs. J. Shea, Bancroft, and Ray Olson, Lu Verne, were Sunday callers at H. Erickson's. Mrs. Ben Dorr and her sons Francis and Dennis were at Mrs. J". Pruschel's last week Thursday afternoon. The W. Kleins, Wesley, Mrs. Dan Froelich. and Mrs. George Ludwig were Sunday visitors at J. Arend's. Vernon Daley was operated on at the Kossuth hospital Monday evening. Mrs. John Arndorfer was taken to the hospital Tuesday for an operation. THE SHOE MAN Don't Sleep On Left Side—Affects Heart If stomach GAS prevents sleeping on right side try Adlerika. One dos* brings out poisons and relieves gas pressing on heart so you sleep soundly all night. While they last SPECIAL lOc Trial size on sale at E. W. Lusby, Druggist. Save Your Money BY BUYING YOUR SEASON'S FLY SPRAY NEEDS FROM YOUR VVATKINS DEALER Watkins Fly Spray Is economical and by placing your order with us at the present time, we can show you a real saving on each gallon you buy. We are taking orders now for summer delivery. Buy no Fly Spray until we have seen you. It Goes Further Because You Use Less Where 1 ounce of heavier oil Spray is required to do the Job for each animal only V* ounce of Watkins Spray is needed. That also saves money for you. We'll be seeing you soon to take care of your needs. SPECIAL PRICE IF OU ORDER NOW! FREE—16 oz. nectar with each purchase of 3 FREE—16 oz. can baking powder with each grocery special FREE—While they last—100 Ib. poultry tonic or 100 Ib. minarilzed hog tonic with the purchase of 600 Ib. sacks. Casey Loss Democratic Candidate for Sheriff of Kossuth County Your Support Will be Appreciated huri-ki-r I nurrul ' M: ' -i; I Itiiili. Mr. ,,l,.l 'I V- .ill.H- Mi-. .ii,i| .Mrs. ' ! > •' •:•• .i' k. i , md .Mr... r, •'' •'-'> i i' M.IIII , aiul Mr. .Mi \\iliiaiu MIlU. Uil «J - lUIli-l.il III la it \\i-t-K Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, as. In District Court No. 4115, June term, 1!)3«. Tii All Whom It May Concern: You An: Hereby Notified that an m.iti'unitnt of writnu; uurporting tn I H.- the la.it Will and TiKtaiiiunt of lii-iiiy .1. ft. Kuhlinann, deceased, fiati-il I>n cmbtrr l», iy;;r,, having lii-i-n tin.-i day filed, opened ami read ' 'fj Saturday the 1,'ith day of .lune. !!).!(;. ! ij I., lixi.-'l for tiearinjj proof tit .» uiio ' £' at tin (.'ouit lluii.n; in Al;;o;i i, Iowa, i fj fore tin; District Court of j-aiil ; O County, or the Clerk of said Court' | J? and at Hi o'clock A. M, (if l l ie <!>iy \'f* above mentioned all lu-r&ons inter- j Y e-ted arc litreby notilied and re- '"* <|uircd to appear, and show cau.se if any they have, why oai<] iiiblru- nifiiL .ihoulii not uu probated allowed a. 1 * and for the las'. Will and Testament of said deceased 11.itcd at Algona. Iowa. May 18. KATIfAHINK M<: F.VOY", <*k-rl< of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Huti -bison & Hutchuon, Attor- cy a . 20-21-22 Mil: HI III.HUM. l.\ I V| tlll.lMIMKVl <»»•• IM101'US!-:U -I:IOMI\H» until ill-run I MI. :ir.o in.-.i in fl.i- '! II.- .-M.ll.ll i "hiiai v K • i : t it in,: ] : Hi. .- ,,| il.,- lljll.,llllll.lll C,l .1 l.fis. '--) :iii'i rum.ii.K I. ' -• . U <• . \ I-:"' u '-. N >-./ NU . N K > • l.i-a N K ' N i:'. . l win- li limy alt lit-.- m.i.n' r .lay of Mjy l'j.:ii of Supi-1- - o'eloek Memorial Day Flowers Lul ua serve you with your Memorial Ouy needs. Our stock of bccidinjf plants .such as (Jeruniuma. Petunias, Coieus, Vines, etc. 1.5 niuat complete. We ury-J early selection to avoid the u*- ual last minute ru^h I'luce orders now for your cut flower needs, wreaths or baskets. Orders for out of town shipment should be in our office not later limn Thursday, May 28th. :J05 Algona Greenhouses UUTMiilt. IQ Mjruy AuJujr. I C*M6aigO<KKX>O<X*QfMaQ*a^ Please watch for our ad each week as these specials are subject to change each six weeks. We will be glad to deliver or mall to any of our customers any mall order received. We alao pay the postage, And we have a complete line of suppllei on hand with Mr*. Chas. Hoffman, Algona, one block south of State street on Minn. St. The Watkins Dealers Roy C. Sherman Wesley—Phone 26P4 Albert Potratz Whittemore—Phone 110 "Within 20 minutes 150 cars were here — we got the fire out just In time." Sayi McCUTCHEN Vre IiaJ Lean to a church supper in town and wheoTwo returned 1 noticed my feed rack vvaa im fire. ~ "I ran to the telephone—and within 15 or 20 minutes at least 150 cars were here. We put the fire out just in lime a* it was only 12 feet from the barn*. If the tele, phone hud not brought help iu such a hurry I am sure I would have lost every tiling. ~' ~" "The money my telephone saved in" thaTcme~call ia" enough to pay for my service for the reel of uay life." , ». I. UcCUTCHIN Mr. McCnUhM. like bu*4r*4s of other formers. ha> l*ars*d 1* pay* to bav« a telipfcas*. ea&&MSttS8SK&tSC^^ Isn't That Something Yes, something that never happened in Algona before. A full fashioned, pure silk high twist, first quality hose at 49ft. The genuine Postscript hose manufactured by the Massachusetts Knitting Mills. Generally sold at $1.00 and having all the new featrues of any other M.OO hose. By special arrangement we are offering 120 dozen (1440 pairs) at 49e » pair. Another thing that is going to happen is the closing out of our ready-to-wear. It takes too much time to sell a dress. We just can not spare the time, especially on Saturdays. So I am going to close them out at wholesale prices and be done with it. They are all Dorothy Dean dresses and brand new, right from the factory. No more dresses for me. We will still continue to sell ladies' Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear. That Is about all they need during the summer months anyway. The last three weeks we have had a hard time getting white slippers enough to supply the trade. I finally struck the kind of a deal I was waiting for. A whole factory clean-up. Now we will have white slippers for everybody. Open work dress slippers, Sandals with medium and low heels. All sizes and all kinds. Widths from AAA to C, and at about H of the regular price. Jimmie Neville lhuMQli tk»ll(ant(Ua

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