The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1936 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 25, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iow&, August 25,1936 POPULAR AMONG LUVME FOLKS And Many Leave For Varloufl Points ' of Ootapass LuVerne: LuVerne people are •till going on vacations and having company. Among those going away are Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hanson who are visiting in Milwaukee, the Dells and other points in Wisconsin. The 3. 3, Wadleighs are spending two Weeks in northern Minnesota. The Chris Nygaards have returned from a trip which included stops in South Dakota. Mrs. Arnold Sanders had a week's vacation from her duties at the telephone office and with her mother and Stuart has been visiting relatives at Algona, Swea City and Fort Dodge. Mrs. John Brink and Richard spent several days in Woodbine last week. A. L. Look is on a trip to New York, his native state. The Ed Dehnerts have returned from a visit With Mr. Dehnert'a Stster in Wis- coDsin and the Chas. Woifes spent last week end at Ida Orofe. They were accompanied by Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, Fort Dodge. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, recently, , II L. Lowmlller, rvfenahda, Minn., was a guest at the M. M. Lowmlller hotne last week. Mrs. Leu Pierson is at a Fort • Dodge hospital, where she submitted to an operation for gall stones. A group of Lutheran Ladies' Aid members attended a meeting of the Whittemore Aid last week on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ophelm have moved Into the house which the John Ramus family vacated to move Into the house of Mrs. Mike Wlese. Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Evans came from Decorah Wednesday. They have spent the latter part of the summer with his mother, who lives there. Harold Turpln of Seiners, spent last week here. Mary Barton came home Wednesday from a three week*' visit with her sister, Mrs. Cora McPher- sen of Altoona. Carmen Hesse, Des Moines, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlnz, Sr. Irvington Boy Leaves for We*t Irvington: Bob, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Watson, left on Friday for San Francisco, California. He will complete his last year in high school there this year. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Schlchtl and Mrs, Watson accompanied Bob to Ames where he took the train for California. Mrs. Mary Dole and daughters visited Sunday at the Chet Harmon home. The club dance was well attended Friday night Sept 4th and all are Invited. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley are visiting with friends and relatives at Jewell this week. The Ladles' Aid met Thursday at the Annex. Mrs. Lemkee and Mrs. O. L. Miller were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dole and son from St. Paul, nave been visiting the past few days with relatives here. Miss Evelyn Dole is employed at the county recorder's office in Algona during the absence of Mr. Dooley's daughter, Imelda. Ann and Helen Shilling from Wlndom, Minn., spent the past week at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Skilling. Miss Cassie Skilling from Washington, D. C., and her sister, Mrs. Tom Bagur from Cambridge, Mass., will arrive this week for a visit at the R. J. Skilling home. Q&Qg&X&naQir)^^ Bichpoint Nero Threshing: Crew Picnics The Rich Point threshing run held its annual ice cream supper at the Paul Clark home last Tuesday evening. The Paul Black, S. J. Devine, Frank Capesius, Hugh Raney, R, H. Skilling, J. A. Johnson J. F. Black and Mrs. Wilcox families, and Dick Godfrey, Elgina Bahr, Miss Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kain were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gregory and son, Jlmmle, were Sunday guests at the R. H. Skilling home. Mrs. Gregory is a niece of Mr. Skilling. Mrs. Maurice Eddy and daughters of Aureiia, Iowa, called on many friends in the Rich Point vicinity last week. Mrs. Eddy is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley of Irvington. The Headleys took her to her home on Thursday and will remain a few days. Two Lotto Creek Young Folks Wed Last Wednesday Letts Creek: A very pfetty wedding was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at the St»-John's Lutheran church at FairviHe, which united Edna, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frink and Gerhard, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf of this vicinity. The Rev. H. D. Stahmer performed the ceremony. The bride was beautifully attired n a whlCe over lace dress with a :rain and a bonnet-shaped veil to further enhance her beauty. She carried an arm bouquet of pink joses and feverfew. She* was attended by her sister, Adella Frink, who wore a navy blue transparent velvet dresp and carried an arm bouquet oftyellow gladlolas. The other bridesmaid was Ella Zurrmeh of Algona, cousin of the bridegroom who wore a wine transparent velvet dress and carried an arm bouquet of pink gladiolas. Tim groom was attended by his brother, Edwin Wittkopf and Erwin Frink, brother of the bride. Ushers were Arnold Hantelman and Fred Frink. Mrs. Will Mueller, cousin of the bride, played the wedding march and also sang a solo. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents to which a few relatives and friends had been invited. The happy couple later left on a honyemoon trip to the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. Upon their return they will make their home In Algona where the bridegroom will manage the Tavern, a new refreshment parlor to open soon. Seeley Horse Co. State Fair Entry This county is to be represented in the National Livestock Show, which opens at the Iowa State Fair In Des Moines on August 28, according to final entries just made public by State'Fair officials. Seeley Horse Co. of Algonft, ha» entered the competition in the horse show and will seek to win a share of the $70,000 in cash prizes being offered in the national livestock contest at this year's State Fair. Over a million dollars worth of fine livestock' from twenty-five states has been entered for this one show, State Fair officials report. There will be nearly 6,000 animals on display, including 2,000 In the Junior Livestock Show, entered by farm boys and girls of Iowa. The boys' and girls' baby beef show alone will comprise neajjy 600 head, selected from over KOOO fed and fitted by farm youngsters of the state. AEMSTRONG NEWS? Special Values in Fall Coats and Suits This is the time of the year when you need that "between" season garment—something to put on for cool Fall nights before you begin to think about winter. We have a splendid selection of these "between" season garments. The coats feature the popular swagger stype, which combine with your last Spring Suit to make an attractive and useful ensemble. These coats come in plain fabrics nnd plaids and may be found here in complete size ranges from 12 to 46. Priced as low a* S&90. We have also a comprehensive showing of light weight suit*, which are so practical for early Fall, or combined with a coat, will make a fine ensemble for wear into the first chill days of winter. You'll need one or both of these garments and you will find our prices right. Many customers are availing themselves of the opportunity of saving on the purchase of a "between" season coat or suit. You may be sure that our styles are in line with the prevailing mode. May we save you money? Mr. and Mrs. Tankard Carlson and family left Wednesday for a visit with the former's parents in Illinois. Dr. and Mrs. G. H. West and son, Junior, are visiting relatives and friends in Washington and neighboring states. Mr. and Msr. Frank Haisman and daughters, Betty and Margaret, visited Friday at the parental Anton Guerdet home. Miss Josephine Blum of Minneapolis arrived here recently with her mother, Mrs. Bridget Blum, who has been visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Camden and son, Joe, and daughters, Alice and Betty returned last week from a four-day motor trip into Canada. ; Mr. and Mrs. Axel P. Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Peterson for the past week have been vacationing in Yellowstone National Park. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cann and daughters, Ruby, Jane and Flir- ence left last week for Indiana, where they will visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. M.'Irmiter and Mr. and Mrs. John Mlxell left for Manhattan, Montana, where they will visit a few days with Mr. Irmiter** lister before motoring into Washington and other neighboring states. Mr*. Edward Scully of Fort Dodge, who was brought here from the Fort Dodge hospital, is at the home of her sister. Mrs. John Win- kebohen. Mrs. John Synder, Mrs. Scully's daughter of Bancroft, Is taking care of her. Sale of New Happy Home Frocks ANNEX Chrischilles & Herbst A Sale You Mustn't Miss! It won't be long now before you are starting back to school, and when you do start, you'll need many new supplies. Save enough on tht-tt special* to buy the "extras" you're sure to- want. NOTEBOOK AND PAPER, 8V 2 xll size 10 25c PENCIL SHARPENERS, large size 59c FOUNTAIN PENH, extra value 50c-$1.00 PENCIL TAHLETH ~, 2 for 5c PENCILS, No. 2, Medium Black 2 for 5c NOTEBOOK, small sLso, good paper 5c DICTIONARY, .school .size 40c WAX CRAYONS, Ufa in., 16 colors 5c 10c size PENCIL TABLETS 7c NOTEBOOK PAPER, S^xl! 5c Hit By Lightning A willow tree on the southeast corner of the Casler place, now owned by Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Gld- dings and occupied by their son, Milton, was struck by lightning last week Monday evening, and set on Ire. Since the wind, from the southeast, was Wowing toward the buildings, it was thought best to •xtinguish the fire, and this was done by means of a ladder and pails of water. The trae still bears _ts green foliage, only a portion of the trunk having been affected. New Welding Outfit Karl Lander, of the East End garage, has just installed a new electrical welding outfit, to be operated directly from the power line. His most Important work will be the renewing of plow lays by weld- Ing on strips of metal and sharpening the points. K. & H. Oil School A school of instruction held by the Sovereign Service Corporation. Wichita, Kansas, for employes of the K. & H. Oil stations at Wesley, Britt, Corwith, Algona, Livermore, Bancroft and Spencer was held here in the Legion hall last week Friday evening, and was attended by men from all the places named. They were addressed by representatives of the Eldorado and Derby refineries, and the principal talk was given by Mr. Schnoeblen, of the Sovereign Service corporation Forty-three men attended. The Sovereign colors are.maroon and yellow, and emphasis is placed on sanitary appurtenances. Mrs. George Spangler, Everly and her son. Gene, came last Thursday for a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Olivia Benner. Mrs. Raymond Hansen was hostess at a "galloping tea" last week Tuesday. Twenty-one women attended. These teas were put on by the MethodUt Aid. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Welllk moved last Thursday and Friday into the house recently occupied and owned by the late Jacob Hanig and his mother, Mrs. Pauline Hanlg. Mrs. Peter Haverly, Oelwein, anc her son, Moran, are here visiting relatives. Mrs. Haverly is spending most of her time in town with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt, and her husband's mother Mrs. Agatha Haverly, while Moran visits relatives in the country. Mrs. Anthony Johnson took her son, Edward, to Mason City last Thursday for a tonsil operation Edward remained at Mercy hospital over night, and the operation was performed Friday morning at nin o'clock. Edward's tonsils hac been giving him much trouble. Recent guests at the Charles Froellch home were members o the family of Mrs. Froelich'i brother, Henry Kerber, Chats worth. III., who went from here to the Yellowstone Park. At same time Mrs. John Froelich, Ce dar Rapids, was here; and guesU now at the Froelich home are Mrs Frotlich's sister, Mrs. Joe Supper Bloomington, 111., and her son Herbert, with his wife and thre St. Joe Folk* On j Trip to Denver— Yellowstone Park St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Joe B«rte left last Tuesday on a two weeks' trip to Denver, Colorado, to visit with Mr. Berte'a brother, Henry, and from there to the Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills. Back From Dakota Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lamberty and Mrs. John Berte and daughter, Suzanne, returned home Monday from a several days' visit with relatives at Dell Rapids, South Dakota. Hank Zelmet Birthday A number ot relatives gathered at the Hank Zeimet home Sunday ifternoon to help Mr. Zeimet cel- brate his birthday. In Iowa City Hospital Matt Klrsch, Mrs. Henry Thilges ind daughter, Aleda, and John Bormann left Wednesday morning 'or Iowa City where Mr. Bormann has gone for medical aid for his eyes. Leave For Texan Adolph Kass and Richard Hober- ar left Friday morning for their homes. Richard will accompany Adolph to Nebraska and from there le will proceed to Lindsey, Texas. Ar. Kass is going home to attend he wedding of his sister. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rowell and son, Cecil, spent Thursday at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet, Sr., and family returned Monday from a few days' visit with relatives at Springbrook. Mary Faber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber, was quite sick with an apepndicits attack several days the past week. Darwin and Herbert Hammer returned home Wednesday night after a few days with their grandparents at Bradgate. Sister M. Hlltnide enjoyed a visit last week from Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harig, Chicago. Mr. Harig is a brother of Sister Hiltrude. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harig of Chicago, and Sisters Marcellina, Claudia and Hiltrude were Friday evening visitors at the Will Reding home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Loerwald and daughters, Loretta and Gertrude, from Lindsey. Texas, visited last week at the Henry Loerwald and Adolpb Fuhrmann homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conners and sons from St. James, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stelzer and son of Comfrey and Monica Fourage were recent visitors at the Joe Bergman home at Ackley and Holland, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conners and sons, LcRoy and James, of St James, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Stelzer and son, Leland of Comfrey, Minn., spent the week end at the Philip Fourage home. Mrs. Conner* and Mr. Stelzer are sister and brother of Mrs. Fourage. Mr. and Mr*. K. t. Mortaffc MM Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and son, James, spent th« week end at Spirit Lake wHere the men fished with more or less success, making a good showing of pike, croppies and perch. Mrs. Angle Qnftckenbnih, of Clough, South Dakota, came Monday for a visit with her sisters, Mrs. F. A. Cofef an* Mrs. Aggie Knapp. It is the first time the three sisters havft been together in about twenty-five years. Nete Larson is Wcwvertnf from an Illness which has kept him bedfast for the last few days. He stumbled over a wire while running to the scene of an accident near his home and next day his wife was unable to rouse him at the usual hour. At first it was thought he had suffered a stroke, but a doctor was summoned and the patient is recovering nicely. Bernard Wallace of San Antonio, Texas, was a guest from Thursday until Sunday at the home of his uncle. Dr. R. M. Wallace. He flew from San Antonio to Fort Dodge, leaving at 7 a. m. and arriving at his destination before B p. m. Mr. Wallace has been in army aviation for about eighteen years and has over 4000 flying hours to his credit. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Pmffiillff BrO*. To Munson. , B * Mrs. Tom Williams and son, Stephen, drove to Ashton, Iowa, on Wednesday, for a visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Peter Bangert Miss Harriet Lockwood too* « short business course in typing and bookkeeping at Fort Dodge this summer. She Is now home to attend high school. The Missionary society held its annual picnic at the home of Mrs. John Stone, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Vohs had charge of the entertainment and Mrs. H. Needing won the prize. Miss Ida Rlley took Mrs. Frank Anderson to Algona, Tuesday, where they spent the day at the home of Mrs. David King, who Is a sister of Mrs. Anderson and a cousin of Miss Rlley. Mrs. Fanny Falb Is visiting her son. Noah, at Marshalltown this week. She took her granddaughter, Patricia, to her home after a visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Frank Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elder, Jr., and family of Detroit, Michigan, are spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elsler. Henry works in the division where car bodies are made for the Dodge automobile. " .' ' . Play Fort Dodge On September 3 With one hundred double-length railroad cars, bearing 1600 people, African pigmy elephants, African pongurs, seven herd* of full-sited elephants, 1000 menagerie animals and TOO horses, the Ringling Bros, arid Barnunt A. Bailey ..Combined Circus will arrive in Port Dodge, Thursday, Sept 3, for afternoon and night exhibitions. The circus is especially elated this season over the amazing success of the Big Show's sensational new super-feature»-the first nerd of African pigmy elephants (tiny tuskers that years ago attained their full growth) ever to leave the depths of darkest Africa, and the first herd of African elephants ever to set foot In America. The wlerd midget pachyderms are accompanied by a herd of miniature African pongurs, world's smallest beasts of burden. These new Importations have taken America by storm. If you plan to attend a High- Orade .Commercial School, the Mankato Comercial College catalog will aid you in your selection. It will be sent on request. S8-«4« Knoll To Sac City Melvin Knoll, for the past year door man and assistant manager at the State Theatre here, left last week for Sac City, Iowa, to take over the management of two theatres In that community. The job is a good one, and a compliment to an enterprising young fellow who made good here. Four Corner New fttrfffffffffetfifft Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, Clarice and Velt are at Stockport for a visit with relative* and friends. Mrs. Mart Elmore returned from Rochester, Minn., Saturday. Mr*. Elmore has had her tonsils removed while in the hospital. Mrs. J. M. Royce, Mr*. Howard Witham, Mrs. Frank Newell and Albert Houston were Sunday visitors at the Everett Witham home Howard Witham, Mr. and Mrs F. A. Witham, Mrs. Myrtle Vining and Harriet Frances went to Min- here to EmmeUburg Clem Fitzpatrick. to visit Mrs. .... „., ., . neapoli* for a visit at the Harry ^!.. 7," ,.-™!.?™"P * ,!° «T Witham home. Elmer Witham is ~ ...~ .„ .... ._ assisting with the chores. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Seeley of lona. South Dakota, and Mrs. Pearl DeMuth of Milford, Iowa, visited at he Chester Robinson home from Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Seeley, Mrs. OeMuth nod Mrs. Robinson West Bend Woman Planning To Live In Hollywood, Cal. West Bend: Mrs. Sue Watson has stored her furniture and expects to visit her son, Morris, at Sioux City, and her daughter, guth, a nurse in Des Moines, before going to Hollywood, to live with her daughter, Helen, who Is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Shelbneyer have rented her house and are moving in. At Graduation Mrs. J. C. Kongaback and Mrs. Frank Mikes attended commencement exercises, Thursday evening at Cedar Falls when Quentln Kongsback graduated from a four year course, majoring in music. .He has a position at West Branch for the coming year. Back From Canada B. F. McFarland and Harold Mantz returned home Thursday from Canada, where Mr. McFarland has been looking after his farming Interests. H. M. Mantz and B. E. Roberts returned from a trip to the" west coast recently. Steve Williams and mother, Mr*. T. W. William* were business visitors at Algona, Monday. Chas. Anllker is visiting his daughter, Mrs. George Martin, in Eureka, III, for a couple of weekc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood left Saturday night for a week erfB visit with her brother, Elmore Falb. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and children attended the children's carnival at Rolf* Friday evening. The Christian Endeavor society went to Algona Thursday evening for a swim in the swimming pool. Miss Ardys Anderegg of Rockford, Iowa, spent the past week visiting with Misses Grace and Mae Sloan. •Mrs. Robert Brown of Shenandoah, spent the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr* W. H. Anderegg. Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley returned Friday from Cedar Falls, where she has been attending twelve weeks of summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bangert and son, Richard, of Ashton, Iowa, •pent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mr*. T. W. William*. Father Bernard Montag of Tern pleton, spent the past week on vacation at the borne of his par enU, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag. Mr. and Mrs. EL E. Dixon, son Donald and daughter Ruth, of Dy •art, spent Monday with Mr*. Dix on's sinter, Mrs. C. C. Miller and family. Mrs. John Ryan of Rolfs and Mr. and Mrs. Mickelson and daughter of Minneapolis spent Wednesday CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE— Regiitered Shorthorn bulli—Lloyd Groan, Algona. Three miles north of Hobarton. 34-37* FOR SALE—1932 Chevrolet truck, short wheel bane, good tires and motor, special $225.—Kent Mo- tar Co, 34 FOR SALE—1&30 Chevrolet truck, short wheel bate, bargain at J14G.—Kent Motor. 34 FOR SALE—Team home*, 2 colu, pony.- Enroe, Algona. ot work -Leslie Mc- 34" FOR Bloom. SALE—Used bicycles.—Joe 34 TU£Se AUK ON1.V A FEW OF OCK CHEAT SCHOOL, BAK- UA1NS . . .COME EABLY. James Drug Store ('ounty School Books FOK SALE—2-piece mohair Jiving room suite. Priced to Mil. Call at 206 Eu«t College St. 34 The ntw Happy Home Frocks are here at the Annex and a prettier, assortment of chick cotton you never saw at any price. Hut that'* one of the most unuauiil thing* about Happy Home Frock*, they bell for only Mte at our little bargain btore. Made from fast colored prinU tmd novelty cottons, tut full and well made throughout, you cun't nnd a moot stylibh cot- tod dress than Happy Ho/no at only 98c Siit-a from 14 to 52 FOH SALE—Typewriter paper, just received large ahipment, good white bond paper, CO cent a ream 1500 sheet*;. —Algona Upper Pe* Moine*. FOR SALE—Used typewriter*: Remington, good vhape, $26. See u* for portable or *tandar< nized used machine*.—Algona Upper Dei Moine*. are *i*ter«, and Sunday they met at Lout bland for a family reunion. The Harry Reckanguth family of rjarri*, a brother, al»o attended. Dartene Htott U taking a vaea tion this week from the office of Dr. R. M. Wallace, where che U a»»istant. How Science Flan* to Recover (21,000,000,000 in Lo»t Trew- ure From the Bottom of the H*a Explained in An Illustrated Article in The American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday'* Chicago Herald and Examiner. Here'* your opportunity to get the luggage you need for coDece thta mnuner and for years to come. All new, built to last and itay good looking. Wardrobe Trunks Sturdily built to carry college togs to and from the campus. Just The Thing For The College Student Now on display in our east window. Drop in, examine them and get our low prices. tli El' in "KI ; Bags Sampson bags. Black, brown, modernistic design. Week-end fitted cases. Gladstones. Foster Furniture Co. Notice Miscellaneous WANTED~M«n for steady work. Car required. Get particular* (rum S. F. Baker & Co., Kco- kuk, Iowa. 32-34* Save that cream with a Vega urator. Utter* biggest boosters. Medium uize $£2.50. Terms.—Bjua- irom'a. Alyoiui, Iowa. 3-tf Lost-Found FOUND—Four bead WhiUface Hen-ford sttcrs, nine Uaya ago. Owner etui hiivt &tune by trying (.out of kcfu aiid ud..—Kenneth Currun, LuVeroe. 33-36* IN THE DIHTMICT COURT OF THE STATK OK IOWA IN AND FOR KOSriUTH COUNTY IN TUB MATTER OF THE FAilMKHti 8AVING8 BANK. KWEA CITY. IOWA. TO TUB IJEPOHITORB, CREDITORS, STOCKHOLDERS AND ALL, I'ERSONB INTERESTED: You and cadi of you uro hereby notified there I* now on fll« In the ottlct of tb« Clerk of the DU- trlct Court of Ko»*utu County, the B-ioal Report of D. W. Bate*. Reculver of the Farmer* Saving* Bank, Sw«a City, Iowa, *howlnjc all receipt* aud dl*bur*emeat» and final dUpo*Ulon made of the remaining a*«et«. You are further notified that the Receiver herein a*ki In *ald Report that he be authorized to Pay the final dividend. depoilt with the Clerk of H.o Court all fund* of the lUcilverohli) which cannot be delivered la iny Demon whose wnere- ubouu are unknown aud the dl»- nulutlon of the corporation. You uru further notlOed that the hearing on bald Report ha* been Ox- i-d by (he Court to be held at the Court Huune In Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of Augu*t, 1*36. at 10 o'ckck A. M. and that unlen* you uopuur thereto on or before aald dtttu uud »huw cauae. If there be any. why uaid report vhould not be approved o.nd »ald Receiver and Examiner In Charge released from all liability and dljcfcarged, that an Order will be made and entered a* iifuyed bv the applicant. < Signed) D. W. HA.TK8. Kecelvcr, Furraera gavtnK* Bank. 23 Swea City, Iowa CUMMINGS Lovely New Fall Frocks More Style and Value for your Money in these 1 Attractive Frocks than ever. They're fashioned of fine Crepes, Poplins, Broadcloths, and Prints in novel and distinctive style usually found only in high priced lines. Sizes 14 to 52 $1.00 $1.59 $1.88 New Sift Crepes in sizes 14 to 20. The kind you'd expect to pay much more for $3.88 CUMMINGS

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