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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 4, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 4, 1936 North East» Kossuth Page LAKOTA SAUSAGE CONTEST WON BY, FREDAV^SWARTZ C. B. Smith & Co. Had 300 Replies; 33% Was Correct Weight Lakota: C. R. Smith and corn- pony held a guessing contest recently when they placed on display a large summer sausage and customers were Invited to guess the weight. Estimates ranged from 20 to 200 pounds and about 300 people Made a guess. Freda Swartz guessed the exact weight, which was 33% pounds. She was awarded a choice cut of steak as a price. Ennen Family Reunion The Ennen family held a reunion •t the Vance Lester's, on the Chas. Gutknecht farm last week Sunday. Those from out of town who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. John Minor and daughter, Gertrude, of Kensctt; Donald Lester and John Hardln, Boone, and Mr. and M<i. Jasper Steenhard, Swea City. Joseph and Fidelia Skew, Wesley, visited Gertrude Wortman, last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland were Forest City visitors Thursday day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Baum and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were Algona callers, Wednesday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams spent Wednesday visiting at the Boy Scouts' camp at Okobojl. Dr. Williams is a scout leader. Gertrude Wortman and Mrs. William Aalderks visited Mrs. Emma Wortman, who Is ill at Swea City, Sunday evening. They report her as slowly recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. R. E. Hamnquist drove to the F. G. Tor- Ine farm Thursday to help with the threshing. The women helped do the cooking. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Sr., came home Sunday after a vis- It of a few days with their daughter Mrs. George Kenoph at Rlceville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman, Jr. met them at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Freeark are at their farm south of town, helping with the threshing. John Dakln, who was working the farm for Mr. Freeark, was taken sick last spring and passed away recently. Mrs. Leon Worden, Ledyard, was In Lakota Thursday and reports her husband who Is in a Veterans' hospital In Des Moines, seems to be Improving, but very slowly. He Is suffering with a paralysis in his .arms. Coast to Coast Store SPECIALS For Wednesday. August 5 Only OIL Pwe Penn. 3 Gallon Barn Paint "&,» 89c Milk Pails Fly Spray TIRES IT $ 4 45 30*3M_JL59 TUBE 30*3M 69c BIKE TIRES 79c BLOOM **'" impels X^S^ri'ft \L \ hu* IrtrfP *7* «» • mVV" »M. * a days. NrtumI Circurt Auto \ >! *tS* *£i ** if. r»c«i-Au«. 28-a*. Sept. 4 Aneric*'* moat J«mou» dirt _ ^^ track record held- I f Jflft" entuttered / / ^FU r **E lew* . ttniuc. unit cWWi»<)'» t»t»: W •"» •I TED VAN HOVE FARM AFIRE Spark From Engine Ignites Pump House— Department Called Tltonka: Saturday about 11:30 a. m. fire caused by a spark from an engine used to pump water on the Ted Van Hove farm started. The fire truck was called out to protect other farm buildings close to the pump house, as there was a strong wind from the south. Girl Scouts. Return The Girl Scouts returned Friday night from Clear Lake, where they had been since Sunday. Mrs. Mary Budlong returned Sunday evening as her son, Donald, was not very well. Mrs. Budlong drove over on Friday afternoon to bring some of the Girl Scouts home. • Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson attended a republican meeting Tuesday evening'at Fort Dodge. Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul and children returned Tuesday from Wagner, South Dakota, where they attended the funeral of a brother- in-law of Mrs. Faul. Mrs. L. B. Larson entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club. High prizes went to Mrs. T. A. Dunmire and Mrs. J. F. Fisher, and low to Mrs. Carl F. Callles. Mrs. J. A. Bleicb, Mrs. H. I. Torgeraen, Mrs. R. C. Ball and Mrs. Harry Beed substituted for Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Mrs. Earl Stott, Mrs. Herb Winter and Mrs. L. B. Larson. Mrs. Will Boyken was elected to fill the vacancy of Mrs. Herb Winter. Numbers were drawn and the club started on the fall and winter series. Former Resident Visitor In Lakota Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Art Ogren, Mrs. Leona Heetland and daughter, Joan, drove to Des Moines last week Monday to meet a niece, Mrs. Roy McAdams'from Texas, who Is making an extended visit with relatives here. On account of heavy rains In Kansas, bridges were washed out and the train was delayed 24 hours. They stayed In Des Moines until Tuesday when Mrs. McAdams arrived on the belated train and they drove home on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. McAdams will be remembered as Florence Bishoff and her mother, now deceased, was a sister or Art and Albert Ogren and Mrs. Charles Winter. Dr. Peters Starts Trip to Spokane Burt: Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and daughter, Mary Lee, plan to leave Tuesday, Aug. 4, on a trip to Spokane, Washington, where they will visit Dr. Peters' son, Rusell. They also expect to visit sisters of Dr. Peters at Wakapola, South Dakota, and Donnelly, Idaho. They expect to be gone about three weeks. QWmtft&tWJftffj^^ Hebron Twp News W&j&tty&y&^ Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and children spent last Tuesday with her mother. Mrs. Beatrice Osland called on Mrs. Carl Hauskin last Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Thompson and Betty Hauskin spent Sunday at Interlaken. Mrs. Beatrice Osland assisted Mrs. George Smith with cooking for threshers last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family and Mrs. C. O. Legried and Russell spent last Sunday at Interlaken. A number of threshing crews will complete their threshing runs by the week end. A good crop Is reported most places. The German Lutheran church in Hebron township was moved to Stevens last Saturday. Last Sunday the cornerstone was laid and a large crowd attended for the occasion. Ben Hauskin met with a car accident last Monday. In some way Mr. Hauskin drove into a truck. Reports are he haa one leg broken but we hope he will soon be out and about again. Richpoint News AMATEUR KITE INTEREST HIGH Ledyard Folks Await Weekly Program With Anticipation Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Devine and family visited Sunday at the Robert Gaffney home north of Irvington. Mrs. Dick Kaln, Plum Creek, visited last week at the home of her Johnson's sister, Mrs. Will Hagar. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black, and helped with the threshing. Most of the threshing in this vicinity was completed last week. Henry Llchter finished his 21st season as thresher In the Rich Point threshing run. Will Maasdam, Bradgate, spent the week end with his brother, Jake Maasdam of this vicinity. Will Maasdam formerly lived on the old Lewis place for many years. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Miller, New York City, drove to Burdette, Iowa, Wednesday to visit Mr. LAKOTA MEWS Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, 88. In District Court, No. 4139, June Term, 1036. To All Whom It May Concern: Tou are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Pauline Bahr, Deceased, dated July 3. 1038, having been this day filed, opened and read, Friday, the 31st day of August, 1936, la 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 persons 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, July 25, 1P36. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. WINKEL, Attorney. 30-32 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gabel, Titonka, were visitors at the George Heetlands Thursday afternoon. Gertrude Wortman took Miriam Heetland and Elizabeth Rahmatock Ledyard township 4-H club demonstration tenm, to Bancroft, last week Tuesday, where a specialist helped them prepare their demon; stration on Shoes to be given on Achievement day. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Worley, Waterloo, and their daughter and family, the C. A. Schollns of St. Louis, Mo., were visitors at the E. R. Worley's Thursday. They were on their way to Yellowstone Park for a vacation trip. J. A. and E. R. Worley are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leslie and children and Florence Patterson of Grant townsnip, drove to Des Moines last week Saturday and visited his relatives. They drove to Thuro, Iowa, Sunday and visited relatives of Mrs. Leslie. They returned home Sunday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson left last week Monday for a two weeks' vacation and there will be services In the Methodist church August 2 and 0. They are visiting Mrs. Nelson's relatives at Danbury, at Whiting and other western points. They will also visit his family at Klemme before returning. Mrs. Harvey Johnson has entertained a number of guests the past two weeks. Among them was her Mister, Mrs. J. H. Washburn ar.d three children of Waukegan, 111., and her brother, Frank Fulton and family of Chicago, also an aunt, Mrs. George Hlet, Pomona, California. Mrs. Wushburn and children arid Mrs. Johnson and children are spending a f«w days at Okoboji this week. Constipated 30 Years Aided by Old Remedy "For thirty years I had constipation. Souring food from stomach choked me. Since taking Adlerika I am a new person. Constipation i.i a thing of the past."—Alice Burns. E. W. Lusby, Druggist. WWVrVWWWWtfWVrWUVUVIi Portable Milling Will do all kinds of grinding, L. H. ALTOULBERS BO1US, IOWA Fhuoe toll We pay calls 29-11* WyW.rWtfSArWWWW.VWWV Ledyard: Doc Besne and Leo Anderson were at Elmore Wednesday night to learn more of amateur nights. They booked some fine talent for future Amateur Nights and came back with some splendid ideas of promoting future contests. We wish to thank them for their good work, also the business men of Ledyard for their cooperation In promoting the Amateur night and band concert. Some of the phrases as one appears at the different business Institutions are: "Who have you got lined up for Saturday night" "We'll have to have a platform without rails." ' We got to have a flood light." "What did you hear about the machine." "That's fine gentlemen, keep It up for that's what we like to hear." Any project will go over with that kind of Interest. Any one with special talent can be in the amateur contest. Lois Link of Rolfe visited at the D. A. Link home this week. Muriel Payne Is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Roy Link at Swea City. Mrs. Christy Hendrickson was helping her mother, Mrs. Harms 3imser of Blue Earth with threshers on Tuesday. Alice Hagge had the misfortune to get a piece of straw in her eye on Wednesday, and is under the care of a doctor. Jack McDonald was 111 Monday. He took the wrong medicine by mistake, and went Into convulsions. He is under the care of Dr. Gillispie. Rev. P. M. Sturm attended the funeral services for Father Meyers at Milford on Tuesday. Father Meyers and Father Sturm grew up together at Carroll, Iowa. The following concert was played Wednesday night: Star March, Ambassador March, Coast Guards March, Pilgrim's Prayer Choral, Evening Whispers Waltz, Sola Foxtrot, Fairway Queen Foxtrot, Marlyn Waltz, Precision March and America. Hemme Troff's granary burned to the ground Tuesday forenoon. Origin of the fire is not known. The Ledyard fire wagon with the chemical tank was called and a group of men from town, were called, and in spite of their efforts the building burned tothe ground. The Smith sisters of Ehnore received first award of five dollars In the Amateur contest Saturday night. Second award of three dollars went to Velda May Floyd of Grant Center. The third award of two dollars went Eileen Hall and Burton Benson, clarinet and cornet duet, of Elmore. To Let Paving j Contract 18th Highway 169 A member of the Iowa State Highway Commission stated over the telephone recently that the Commission had received the approval of the government for the project of paving Primary Road 169 between the Humboldt-Kossuth county line and where the paving ends north of Humbold 1 and that the contract for the work would be let August 18 of this year. The work Is to be completed this fall. This is the same work that the Commission formerly stated would be let August 4, but the Commission member said the letting had been held up by failure to receive government approval of the project In time. The name official stated that the paving on Primaries Nos. 10 and 222 would not be let this fall, or at least would not be let in time for paving this year. Boy, 12, Breaks Arm George Banwart, Jr., 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Banwart, who live Just east of town, suffered n broken arm last Thursday when he fell from a load of hay onto the concrete pavement. His father was with him at the time of the accident. 2 Things You Can't Forget this Week.... Ern A Watermelon in Algona For Everybody. Wed. Four, Days of the Biggest Used Car Clearance in Our History Starting Wednesday Notice To Redeem STATK OF IOWA. KOKHTTH COUNTY, KS. •To Mmtmom, I'rufmrt A l.lcbtr, I/*t1l* Mmlftim, t . ||. MaUKB ••<! Marie MrblM You ami each of you are hereby noljflfil llml ill HI: adjourned Halo ut Inncis anil lot* fur taxei on tlie I'Blh day <if January, 1&32. by Die Tri-uHiinT of KoKNUtti County, Iowa, iliu following deanlbeij real property, jfliuated In gulil County, tuwil: I,ot» Nine (Hi. Ten (10) and Klevvn (111 of Him k Two (2) of <'uir» Third Addition to, Juwa. wax nold to W, <'. Damon, and fertlflfatH therefor wan Isitufed to Bald \V. *'. I>an*on, and by nnlJ W. i'. Durmoii nald certificate of pur- chuitti at tax gal* wan unMlgned to 1'. A. JiariBon. on the 6th day of February, 19.12, and *ald certificate wan »olrl and aBvlgned by the laid P. A. Dannon to Qlen on the third day of July, 1935, who now owns and hold* cerlftcate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for Bald premise* will b« made. unle»» redemption from iuch sale be made within ninety days from the completed Bervlcu of thl* notice. You are further notified that the owner* of laid real entitle have fall- ed to pay the taxe» Hgalnift f*al<l land for the yean 1933, 1934 ami 1936 and have permitted laid taxt-« to become delinquent against tin* name. iJated thl* 17th day of July. 1936. at.KN HANEY. Owner and holder of *ald certificate. Bad Check Case Charged with uttering a bad check, Ewoldt A. Zeutlau, Lu- Verne, wan given a suspended sentence upon payment of the costs of the case, Monday. Zeutlau wrote a check for S3.SO which was cashed at a LuVerne store. Appopinted Guardian Nellie Van Allen was appointed guardian of the estate of Harold and Elizabeth Van Allen, by a court order issued last week by Judge Davidson here. Grace Kouba Advanced Mi«a Grace Kouba, who ha* been a stenographer In the office of the attorney general at Den Moines, baa accepted a position as private secretary to State Comptroller C, B. Murtagh and has already taken up the work. Mian Kouba w&g fur many years the secretary and stenographer for the late J. W. Sullivan in the Algona law office, and has always been rated very highly in her profession. Mum Kouba's Algona and Wesley friends will be be glad to note her advancement. '35 Ford Tudor sedan Mechanically O. K., good tires, a good battery, finish like new, a special price this week of $435.00 Regularly priced at $890 1931 Chevrolet Coupe Good mechanical condition, good tires and battery and good finish, going at $165.00 Regularly priced at SCM Come In! See Them! Come In! And the Following Specials Priced $25 to $500 1935 Ford Coupe—like new 1935 Ford Tudor—can't tell from new 1934 Ford Tudor—a real buy 1932 Chevrolet Coach—save plenty 1930 Chevrolet Coach—a real bargain 1930 Chevrolet Coupe—new paint 1930 Ford Coupe—new motor 1930 Ford Coupe—a bargain 1928 Ford Fordor—a good buy 1928 Chevrolet Fordor—cheap 1930 Pontiac Sedan—be sure to see it 1929 Chrysler Sedan—a steal 1935 Chevrolet Truck—long wheel base 1934 Chevrolet Truck—short wheel base 1933 Chevrolet Truck—long wheel base 1932 Chevrolet Truck—long wheel base 1932 Chevrolet Truck—short wheel base TERMS Perhaps your present c;ir will make the down payment. Kent Motor Co. ALUONA'S FORD DEALER A8SK88MKJJT NOTU'K TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEHN: Notice In hereby given Chat a plat and schedule are on file In the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, ubowing ussetH-1 merits proposed to be made for and i on account of the cost of con- j Btructing paving, curbing, gutter.' and Btorui stwtr ou State Street from the we»t line of Hall Street to a point fifteen feet east of the weal line of Jone* Street, agaiu.-U proportitB abutting upon and adjacent to wild improvement (and against railway and tttrect railway companies whose tracts are located thereon, abutting thereon or adjacent theroto), &aid plat and schedule showing the separate lots and parcels of ground proposed to be assessed for the coat of uaid improvement, tho uames of the owners thereof, no f>tr ttn known, and the amount to be asee&sed against each lot or parcel of ground <tud against railway or street railway companies ass«S4- ablo therefor. Within twenty days after the firt»t publication of tbi-s notice all objections to eaid as- MMameuls or to the prior proceedings on account of errors, irregularities or iueijualitics must be uuuio in writing and filed with the City Clerk. Any objection nut »» made shall be deeuib-d waivud. Unite of fin>t publication July 23, 193(i. A1MH CAKLSON. 45-46 <'ily Clerk. MOVED VIC'S Tl re*tone One Stop Service To Moe Building - North Thorington Formerly Occupied by Ralph's Service Garage Our new location is closer to the center of town. Hrin^ in your curs for a check up. Our service is thorough, complete, and dependable. Ke^idar servicing adds years to the life of your car. Firestone Tires, Batteries, Brake Service Washing, Greasing, Battery Service VIC 0 OneStop UGl VIC6 ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON * LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. B1d«, ALGONA, IOWA i. I* BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. BHUJOU ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Co. State Bk. Office Phone, 427 ALGONA. IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 281 E. J. VAN WE8S-G. W. OTLLMAH LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, lows) Qaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. K«Uj SHUMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby * Kraus* BUbj. Algona, Iowa Phons) M L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone 1M ALGONA, IOWA E. C. MeMAHON ATTORNET AT LAW Office over Qulnby A Kraus* BM*. Algona, Iowa Phone 1» HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNET AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANBON ATTORNET AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank BM*. Office Phone MO-J Res. »• ALGONA. IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) a E. McMahos* L. E, I ilnF 1 **" SULLIVAN, ftTMAHON * UXNAM ATTORNET8 AT LAW_ Office over County Saving* ALGONA. IOWA CAKSOL A. WANDEB ATTORNET AT LAW Over Poetoffice Phone < PHYBICIAKB * gCBOEONS 1. Jt. KCHEFICK PHTSICIAN * SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. t L. Riot over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 800 Rea. Phone S ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CHETZHEYEB, M. D. SURGEON It PHTSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bide. Phone 444-110 MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON; Office over Poet Office Bldg-. Phones—Office 197 Re*. It* DR. C. C. 8UIERK Chiropodist—Podiatrist FOOT SPECIALIST Over Christensen's Store Phone 250 DKNTIOTH DK. It. SL OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocalne used for extraction) Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 160, Residence 7M ALGONA, IOWA OR. C. D. SCHAAF DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 131 Res. I'hone 174 Algeria, low* VETKKI.NABIANH FOX * WINKEL Dr. L W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winks* Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 47S-W Res. 475-» ALGONA. IOWA I'hone. 85(J North T yOU will get J. comlorUbU and tiltttdly hospitality *t Ike N»w WCOUET HOTEL, otu vint be ic* or i-!«»«ui« cr both. tl l«te» ibat u* vjlfsiii&gl? modtitlf. Conv«r..«r.tiy .-,-::*d to ti» Buii&ftu, 7&ta?;u, Whole**!*, financial «td Sto^|.u; j Duiilct, lU LC.~foi!a.,.a Ladl, &iwuy£.G.>t tLv ci^LUy, aad Itat qxol, ai.-y r&cc£» will auuit ;cx> « i»iitii.:L-} ni'jht'» :*t!. lu ha* •f •£ tb* mod ciltical. Wilhia wtlktug dl*Usee (taiee blccki) ci til T»rmia«l». Your Ads in This Newspaper W,II Add to Your Sales

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