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The Algoaa Upper Peg Moines, Algona, lom, Sept. 1,1936 North East * Kossuth LAKOTA WIENER ROAST TURNS INTO A RUN FROM ELEMENTS Hear Claudburst Catches Young People at Pilot Knob Park Lakota: The Epworth League young people drove to Pilot Knob Thursday evening for a wiener roast picnic supper. Scarcely had they collected some wood for a flra in the fireplace in the the new •belter house when it began to rain which Increased in volume until it was almost a cloudburst and It continued to rain until 8:30 when they started home but it rained so hard they could hardly see the road. However, all arrived home safely and report a very good time while there. J. H. Holcomb left last week on Monday morning for South Dakota to buy cattle for winter feeding. The Misses Olive and Arlene Lewis and Gertude Wortman and Mrs. William Gibson from Pocahontas drove to Algona last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel drove to Minneapolis last week Tuesday to take home his sister, Monica, who has spent the past five weeks here. W. E. Ley, Jr., came home Wednesday from California, where he has spent his vacation with relatives. He reports a very enjoyable summer. Mrs. Gust Koppen and sons, Harold and Donald drove to Wisconsin « week ago Thursday 'for a visit with Mrs. Koppen's mother and brother. Her mother is an invalid. Mrs. William Gibson, Pocahontas, spent last week visiting at the C. B. Lewis home. She will be remembered here as Norma Osgood, when they lived here and her father operated a meat market. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentlne drove to Iowa City last week Monday where Mrs. Wallentine consulted a specialist in regard to ear trouble. Dwight Smith helped with the farm work during their absence. Mrs. Charles Winter entertained the following women Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Florence McAdams, Texas, who is visiting here: Mesdames Ray Winter, Earl Ogren, Art Ogren, Jerry Heetland Jerry Ukena, I. E. Wortman, Wade Ball, O. H. Frerking, Russell Winter and Miss Gertrude Wortman. The afternoon was spent visiting. Gerled Surprise Party, Wednesday Gerled: A surprise party was held Wednesday evening at the Fran." Kelly home. The guests of honor were Charles Kelly, a brother of Frank, and five of his family who are visiting In Iowa. Their home is in Gary, South Dakota. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nate Kelly of Fairmont, Minn., who are parents of Frank Kelly, and Roy Miller of Granada. Mrs. Miller is a sister. Another sister, Mrs. Sam Mathleson and her family of Fairmont were also present. The guests brought a picnic supper and 18 sat Mrs. Nellie Sullivan Buried at Ledyard Ledyard: Mrs. Nellie Sullivan passed away Wednesday morning at the home of her son, Jerry, after a short illness. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at the Sacred Heart church. Amatenr Contest Due to Sauerkraut Day at Lakota Saturday, the amateur contest was held Friday night and the following program was given: vocal trio, Buffalo Center; imitator, August Melz, Lakota; guitar solo, Raymond Peterson, Lakota; tap dancing duo, two girls from Elmore; cornet duet, Marjorie Mayer and Connie Garry, Page Ledyard; Hauge Hoot and Peter Boys, singers, Elmore; Lakota; down to eat. ported. A jolly time was re- Everybody's doing it—trading in old and obsolete equipment on up-to-the-minute heaters, ranges, etc During this sale, we will make a f 10.00 allowance for your old stove—regardless of make or condition — on your purchase of a new GLOW-BOY HEATER , «««* modem heater in the' 1936 line-up! No other heater has ALL the important improvements built in the Glow Boy. Let us demonstrate them for you — in your home. Nelson Hardware 1936 IS GLOBE TRADE-IN YfAR tap dance and clog, DeVere HIrt, Forest City. Shower for Bride A miscellaneous shower was held Thursday afternoon at the L. A. Junkermeier home In honor of Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier (Lydla Logemann). For entertainment Lydia's life was dramatized. Mary Ellen McDonald (the nurse) carried Shirley Mayne (Lydla as an infant). Deloris Junkermeier represented her in the early grades, Wilma Busch as sweet sixteen. Doris McDonald (Marvin Junkermeier) Evelyn Mayne, Doris Welfare (Esther Logemann), Alvira Haiverson (Elmer Junkermeier) at the wedding. Henrietta O'Keefe acted as the minister. Guests wrote recipes for the bride, who received many lovely and useful gifts. The J. H. Welfares were at Estherville Thursday. Mrs. Arthur Zielske was at Buffalo Center on Wednesday. The V. A. Barretts returned home from Llvermore Wednesday. The Thomas Walsh family moved Wednesday, into rooms at the J. J. Rink home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry were at Guckeen and Blue Earth Thursday on business. Florence Taylor of New York City visited at the tice Brack home Wednesday evening. George Hagge and Dell Rarslou were at Walnut Grove, Minn., on Tuesday looking after business. Mrs. Chas. Kramer, of Webster City came Thursday for a visit at the parental J. W. Hartshorn home. Walter Scott, Jr., of Boulder Dam, Colorado, arrived Friday to visit his grandfather, Walter Scott, Sr. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Wallace drove to Alden Thursday to get Edith Logan, who has been visitioe there. The Paul Nitz family has moved to Owatonna, Minn., where he has work with a photograph company. The Chas. Basharas left Thursday morning for South Dakota fo a two weeks' vacation with he parents. Everett Hartshorn has been con fined to his bed the past week will arthritis and Is under the care o Dr. Gillesple. Many young people are happy, as a skating rink arrived in town on Wednesday and Friday night opened for skating. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, J. H Holcomb, and Otto Reece came home Wednesday from a business trip in South Dakota. LAKOTA SCHOOLS OPENED MONDAY New Stoves and Chairs Added To School Equipment Lakota: The Lakota public school opened Monday morning with the following: teachers In charge. Earl L. Grabau, Lakota, superintendent; Alton Anderson, Lakota, manual training and athletic coach; Florence Householder, Lone Rock, grades 1 and 2; Helen Awe, Buffalo Center, 3 and 4; Luella Shaw, Estherville, 5 and 6; Clara Chipman, Anamosa, 7 and 8; Mary Templeton, Whiting, music; Otene Larson, Clinton, home economics; Ernest Trasnmar, custodian. The building has been redecorated in part and is In fine condition. Three new electric stoves, 100 folding chairs and several tablet arm chairs have been added to the equipment. Ringling Circus, Ft. Dodge, Thurs. With the most impressive and brilliant seven-ring-and-stage program in its history, the Ringling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Combined Circus, which will exhibit in Fort Dodge, Thursday, Sept. 3, offers this season, as a sensational super-feature, a herd of African pigmy elephants, the first ever to set foot on this continent. These tiny tuskers are not babies, but full-grown, middle-aged midget elephants, the rarest animals on the face of the earth. Accompanying them Is a herd of miniature African pongurs, the world's smallest beasts of burden. The pigmy elephants have proven the greatest attraction the Big Show has ever placed before the public, not even excepting Its presentation, in the past of the disc-lipped Ubangls, the giraffe- necked women from Burma, the sacred white elephant of Stam, Jumbo, Tom Thumb and Goliath the sea elepha'nt. D. O. Friets Family Return from North Gerled: D. O. Friets and wife, accompanied by C. Prlebe and a sister of Mrs. Friets, Hattie Oleson, went on a fishing trip, Friday and returned Wednesday. They * went to Bena, Minn., and camped on Leech lake. They had a fine time but reported the weather as being very cold. Their catch was exceptionally fine and the nice thing about this lake Is that the fish come ready dressed for the table, at least our share did. Hebron Twp News Mrs. Ole Hauskln and Mrs. Oscar Frandle called on Johanna Osland last Thursday. Clara Osland of Buffalo Center spent a few days at the John Osland home last week. Mrs. Ole Hauskln of Blue Earth Ledyard School Bookstore to Open Lcdyard's school opens on Monday, Sept. 7. The book store will be open from 9 to 4 on Friday and 1 to 4 on Saturday of this week, at which time all who wish to secure their books and materials may do so. New students are particularly urged to come at this time. Yti'll live TIME flri MORE OF THE CROP With This HEW 2-Rtw Con taker-Milker I—Fully Adjustable Tractor Hitch for all standard and general purpose tractors. 2— floating GatbcrmgShots, adjustable vertically to nhtt positions. Outer (hoes also adjustable horizontally. Both outer and inner shoes float in all positions. 3 — Tbrtt Lew Gathering Chains Pw Row, located to reduce ear loss to a minimum. 4—N*w Typt Rolhr Stalk Mtmovtr disposes of stalks sheared off by the Snapping Rolls, prevents clogging the Husking Box, and keeps stalks out of the wagon box. 5—Quickly AdjustabltRatMbfot greater husking efficiency. 6— Big Capacity Husking Box fan. Clears Masking Rolls and lifts trash from slotted shelled corn retriever. A great trouble saver! 1—Wagon Elevator Turntable tot passsge through gates. 8— TUBULAR BACKBONE with •J! important supports welded. Extra Strong and Sturdy. 9—Air Tint assure Light Draft. Come in and let us tell yon all about this new CORN MASTER ( OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Klassie Motor Company PHONE 714 ALGONA, IA William Gelhaus of Hubbard •pent Monday with his brother, August, who is seriously ill at the home of his son, Christ Gelhaus. George Moulton, son Jack and Ray Estle have been at Guckeen the past week helping repair the »ilo that blew down on the former's farm. The Bertyl Klrkmans of Des Moines moved their household goods the past week into Mrs. Brand's house. The latter will live with them. Winners of the amateur contest held August 22 were Gordon Jorgenson, Ledyard, first; Hayseed trio, Elmore, second, and Jean Mongeau Elmore, third. The Glen Yabnkea left Wednesday with his parents, the Edward Yahnkes of Buffalo Center for a trip through the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. Mrs. August Busch, who has been bedfast th« past five weeks is still seriously ill. Dr. Wallace of Algona was up Monday and removed the cast from her leg. William, Maxine and Robert Dorsey and Mrs. Wm. Knoner left on Tuesday /or Wisconsin to visit their brother who was badly burned by electricity and who is not recovering as had been hoped. The James Lloyds were at Fairmont Monday to see Mrs. Rero Busch who is critically ill in the hospital there. Mrs. Busch is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Lloyd. MM. Fred Busch is at the home of her son, Reno, helping with the work. The Frank Redingers of Dea Moines visited Mrs. Blanche Jenks Tuesday enroute home from Walker, Minn., where they had been on a fishing trip and reported excellent luck. Mrs. Robert Jones and son, Robert, who have been here the past three weeks, returned with them to Newton. Chris Scheler and niece, Mrs. Albert Scheler of Sterling. III., spent the week end with the former's niece, Mrs. Fred Darnell. The Dar- nells just recently returned from a trip to Duluth. Willow River and Brabant, Minn. They also attended the Tri-State fair of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin held at Superior. The Clifton Engeibys returned on Tuesday from a two weeks' trip to Kentucky to visit Mrs. Engelby'a brother and sister. They also vis-' Hed relatives in Illinois, Des Moiues and Jewell. lowu. They stayed all night with Mrs. Albert Miller at Birmingham. She is the former Alice Dunham, sixth grade teacher here the pust three ycura. Mrs. Albert Friets of Elmore, visited Friday in the D. O. Frit-La and Finn homes. 7 Inches Ram In Gerled Area Gerled: Seven inches of rain fell in this vicinity on Wednesday and Thursday. Adds to Collection C. C. Cammack has just completed two serving trays made of many different colors of wood. One contains 1800 pieces and one 800. He ha* added, besides these, several pieces of hand made furniture w/tiMnlay* of various colored wood to his collection. Howard Wescott returned Saturday to his home at Powell, Mo. Hattie and Agnes Oleson of Bancroft were Friday visitors at the D. O. Friets home. Miss Genevleve Thackery of Armstrong visited' at the Kelly home from Saturday until Thursday. Visitors at the Finn home, from Wednesday until Saturday were Mrs. Etta Crispin and Mrs. Joe Harris and daughter of Manzanola, Colorado. Mrs. Crispin is an aunt and Mrs. Harris is a cousin of Mrs. Finn. They were accompanied on their trip by C. C. Cammack, who makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Finn, and they will visit other relatives and Des Moines. in Radcllffe Players! Learn With The American Boy Boys and young men who want to improve their crawl stroke, their basket shooting, their hurdling, their tennis backhand, or their ball carrying, can enlist the aid of the nation's foremost coaches and players by subscribing to THE AMERICAN BOY magazine and following the sports interviews and notion stories that appear each month. For the coming year staff writers have gone to two of the greatest football teams In the country—Minnesota and Southern Methodist— for first hand tips on strategy, blocking, ball carrying, passing, and the fine points of line play. They have written the story of Bobbie Wilson, All-American halfback. They have Interviewed famous track coaches like Bernie Moore and Bob Simpson. Have gone to the University of Oklahoma to | learn how college champions I wrestle, to Notre Dame for the story of the building of a great baseball team. They have sought out famous baseball players, swimmers, tennis champions and All- American backs, to get their story of how to play the game. AMERICAN Boy fiction is jammed with instructive background, details telling how to play a better game. And the rest of the magazine Is jammed with adventure, exploration, vocational help and articles vital to boys. Ohio State University's track head, coach of the famous sprinter and low hurdler, Jesse Owens, and himself a former hurdling star, first learned to hurdle from articles In The American Boy. "I used to cut out hurdling pictures and du plicate them in front of a mirror Then on the track I'd follow tha form." Today thousands of future chant pions are just as eagerly following The American Boy. Send you subscriptions to The American Boy 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit. Mich Enclose with your name and ad dress $1 for a year's subscription $2 for three years, and add 50 cent If you want the subscription to go spent Inat week with her son and family, Osenr Frandles. Ole Oslnnd Is busy putting up a new barn for Mrs. Beatrice Oslnnd in place of the one which recently burned down. Oscar Thompson has been doing some improvement on the inside of his barn. Peter Corhus has been helping with the work. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family and Mrs. Ole Hauskln were entertained for a supper at the Marln Thompson home last Monday night. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. No. 4150 in District Court, September Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to he the Inst Will and Testament of Barbara Ludwlg, Deceased, dated May 3. 1»3?>, having been this day filed, opened and read. Saturday, the 26th day of September, 1938, 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 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 ns and for the last Will find Testament of snid deceased. Dated at Algona, Town, August 31, 1938. KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Atty. 35-37 Solve Your Barnyard Problems Feml Cheap Oats Combined With Dr. Fenton's Vigor tone Vlgortone Feeder* are getting 8 to 12 Itm. pork per bu. oat* Save high priced corn. See or drop a card to Leland Wildin West Bend, Iowa I BUY NECRO HOGS. 35* VtfVWWWVWVrWW ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON * LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bids. ALGONA, IOWA i. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA . B. QCARTON H. W. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Co. State Office Phone, 437 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONAI.D C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOR ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone Ml E. 3. VAN NE88-O. W. BTILLMAH LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 313-W Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. KeU| 8HUMWAY * KELLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby * Krause Bids* Algona, Iowa Phone M We do our own Lena Grinding. PR, F. E. SAWYER. Opt. Used Car Specials 1935 Dodge Sedan, like new 1935 Oldsmobile Coach, like new 1934 Plymouth sedan 1935 Ford V-8 coach, with trunk 1934 Chevrolet panel delivery 1932 Chevrolet coach 1930 Chevrolet coach 1928 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Dodge Sedan Algona Auto Market West of Court House WWWWWWWVWWWWVtfW L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone 1>Q ALGONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Qulnby A Krause Bid*. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WRITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 480-J Res. SIB ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, M'MAHON ft LJNNAH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phone 60 PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS 3. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A, L. RUt over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 830 / ALGONA, IOWA O. H. CRKTZMKYER, M. D. BURGEON ft PHYSICIAN Office John Qalbraita Bldg. Phone 444-S10 to a foreign address, stands, 10 cents a copy. On news SC $1200.00 $1200.00 worth of ladles fine footwear arrived this week. The Lloyd Shoes and Patricia Pat These slippers were ordered last spring for this fall business. I could not cancel them for they were all ready in the works when I decided to quit business. They are the newest of the new. They are hot, right from the griddle. This Is the greatest showing of ladies' fine low shoes we ever attempted. All the latest novelties, new toes, new shapes, Straps and Ties. Black, brown, green and burgundy. All colors and combination of colors. Sizes from 5 to 10, widths from AAA to D. Merchants in neighboring towns that are lucky enough to have the agency for these splendid low shoes get JB.OO a pair for every pair they sell. For the present we are offering the unrestricted choice of any pair, any size at $2.98. When you are fitted with a pair of these new slippers you will find a new delight in walking. They are constructed so as to give posture, poise and gracefulness to every movement of the body. Some ladies are buying two or three pairs to match their different costumes. They are wonderful shoes even at regular prices, but at our price of $2.98 they are genuine bargains. As a worthy companion we have the Gold Stripe Hosiery to go with them at 60c. On this combination, a pair of slippers and a pair of hose, you save 12.33 by trading at Neville's. This is surely style without extravagance. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN &•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• See Ihis Nationally Advertised Merchandise at the Kossuth County Fair Monarch Coal Ranges SANICO HEATERS SOUTH BEND COAL RANGES DEXTER WASHERS AUTOMATIC WASHERS ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATORS OH, BURNING AMERICAN HEATERS SUFERFEX PERFECTION OIL BURNING PARLOR HEATERS Watch fur Our Special Prices and Display at the Fair Jiuoth, Sent. 711. Kohlhaas & Spilles Jgoiia, Iowa MELVm O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 107 Res. 1M OIL C C. 8HXEBK Chiropodist—Podiatrist < FOOT SPECIALIST Over Christensen's Store Phone 200 Algon* OSTEOPATHS DR. B. W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to surgical treatment of rectal eases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 non- dls- OBNTI8TS H. M. OLSON ; DENTIST Gas, Novocalne used for txtraotio* Located over Chrlstensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 7M ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST QuinbyBldg. Pho ne Ui Res. Phone 174 Algona, low* VETERINARIANS FOX A WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. WlnkeJ Office 320 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Re». 475-B ALGONA, IOWA ff.B.OUUt*. ill friendly hotpiUljty «i the New NICOLLET HOTU. whethei you visit be lot business or pleMtue 01 beta, •1 itte* tUt axe •urprMnglf saod*i*te. Conveniently betted tg the BusineM, Thettie, Wholes*!*, Kn«acl«J «nd Shopping DUtiiet, this modem ttiepiool Hotel often e»exjr nicer/ ia «ppointm«nU. Its oomioxUiJ* beds, ieneM throughout the country, and ste quiet, dry looms will unue you a leiieshing night' • mt Iti ft** bat modeiktely priced Mate*. laals me«t the requirements aj •* «t the most oiitto«L Within wtlkiag dlstaaM 4Uuee blocks) el all TemiaiU. 1 lit: C'.irljo) i i*.t|j t i I'luit C.ivt-.s S.itisf.,i tu

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