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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, I<ma» Sept. 8,1936 TO RECOMMEND ELDORA SCHOOL IN NEITZEL CASE State Board of Parole Sec retary Here on An Investigation MAY TRY ONE OP BUTTER CASES HERE Dick Neitzel. 12, son of Clara Neitiel, Fort Dodge, formerly of Algona, will probably be sent to the Kldoia training school, stated County Attorney M. C. McMahon, Monday. The other Neitzel boy, Donald, 15, who figured in the theft last week of money from the box- office of the Call theatre, may be given a parole. The county attorney is awaiting arrival of a district judge, before going into the case further, and the boys are biding their time under custody of local officers. Sam Woods, secretary of the state board of parole, was here on Monday, checking on paroled persons in this vicinity. And in the meantime, the butter theft ring seems to be fairly well broken up, and Algona may be the scene of at least one of the trials, as evidence connected with the arrest* concerns the Wesley creamery, located in this county. Two of the defendants are at present sitting in the New Hampton jail, and otheru are in jail at Council Bluffs. The belief Is that the total arrests in the investigation may Increase to around 20 before long, and before the final solution of the case is offered. In that case, other arrests may be expect- eu before long. Begin Work On 8 New Schools In German Twp. Right now nehoolhouse* In German township are now under construction, with George I* Sillier of Algona, doing thr general contracting. The new schools will cost about $8,000 apiece, It Is reported. Hanson of Buffalo Center Is doing the mechanical end of the Job. The school* are to be ready by December 1. They will all hnvp full basements, modern heating and plumbing features. Heavy Regstration, Buffalo Consolidated Titonka: The Buffalo consolidated public school reopened Mtondny August 31, with 118 registered in the high school. Incluaing 44 freshmen. It was found necessary to hire another high school teacher, a Miss Sarah Hlgbec of Cedar Falls being employed to instruct in social science, bookkeeping and typing. Other arrangements were necessary to accommodate the number of entrants. The ninth grade is in the seventh and eighth grade room: 1 the seventh and eighth In the second grade room; the fourth and fifth combined and room was made for them in their hall. This makes Buffalo consolidated a Class A school. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen is teaching the eighth grade during the recovery of Miss Doris Amundson from a recent operation. Kansas Visitors Armstrong Guests Armstrong: Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Irwin and family are enjoying a visit of friends and relatives from Kansas this week. Those guests are: Eleanor Irwin and Newton Irwin. of Manhattan, Kansas; Robert Irwin. Topeka, Kansas; Alice Burns. Hiawatha, Kansas, and Harry Burns, Topeka, Kansas. MILWAUKEE THe Beer of *He Year BUNTING MEETS HAGGARD IN 36 HOLESTRUGGLE One Will Emerge As 1936 Champion of Country Club F. A. Bunting and John Haggard have reached the finals in the club championship tournament, of the Algona Country Club, and will play the 36-hole final match some time during the week. Haggard won the title last year. In the first round flight, Chet Williams and Rev. George Vnnce will meet some time this week in the final match and the first flight championship. Chet went into the finals on Sunday, by defeating Flsh- cr of Lone Rock on the last hole of their 18-hole match. The second flight matches nre not far enough along to enable us to tell who will rench the finals. Fenton M. E. Club Receives Letter From India Girl Fenton: The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met in the M. E. church parlors Friday. Sept. 4. The meeting opened with singing the song. "The Kingdom is Coming." Devotions were in charge of Mrs. J. B. Hanson. Business was taken care of. Mrs. George Newel was program leader and the following program was given: papers read by Mrs. Raymond Stoeber. "The Girls Adapt a Village"; Mrs. Philip Wcisbrod. "Peace Be Still"; Mrs. Clyde Humphrey, 'The Stewardship Lesson." Mrs. George Boettcher read a letter from India concerning the girl the society supports. Plans for the next year were outlined by Mrs. Lester Wcisbrod. Roll call was answered by 25 members and eight visitors. Hostesses wore Mrs. J. B. Hnnson. Mrs. R. C. Goctsch and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf. Parents of Girl Mr. and Mrs. De Lyle Nelson, residing 6' 2 miles southwest of Fenton are the parents of a 6^4 pound girl horn Friday of last week. The girl was named Marjorie Ann. Used Car Specials 1935 Oldsmobile Coach, like new 1934 Plymouth Sedan, good as new 1935 Ford Coach, excellent condition 1934 Chevrolet panel delivery 1932 Chevrolet coach 1930 Chevrolet coach 1928 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Ford A Coach 1929 Ford Coach and others -, Washing, GreafcinjE, WiUard Battery Service 5 \uthoiiwd Dodge-Plymouth Agency Ji < 5 I Algona Auto Market | | WfSt ufCnUVt IIollM- 5 35 At Birthday Party on Friday For Fern Gisch Union: Fern Gisch was happily surprised Friday evening when about 35 friends gathered at her home to help her celebrate her 20th birthday anniversary. Cards were enjoyed at eight tables. Those present were Thomas, John and Ruth Bestenlehner, Raymond Thilgss, Max Miller, Marcella Thill, John Streit, Wm. Daughan, Stanley Patterson, Algona; Clyde Brady, Dorothy and Mary Schiltz, France? Callaghan, Bancroft; Mrs. Geo. Kohl and son, William, Kathryn. Bernard and Robert Bode, Avis Wilson, Eldon Stoffel, Union; Mrs. Joe Kramer, Lucile and Raymond Kramer, St. Joe; Wade Hansen. John Franltel, John Delm, Mary Reiser, Algona, and Edward, Dorothy nnd Martha Mescher. Prizes were won by Dorothy Pchiltz, Wm. Daughan, Marcella Thill and travel went to Eldon StofTel and Edward Mescher who tied. Lunch was served and dancing was enjoyed. Fern received many lovely gifts. 3 New Teachers For Armstrong Are Announced Armstrong: The Armstrong school opened August 31 with three new teachers present. Those are Earl Adams, new athletic coach and high school instructor; Margaret Twedt, Estherville, fifth grade and a new second grade teacher. Mildred Larson, who works at the John Thorson home, enrolled Monday as a high school sophomore in the public school here. "I GET A BETTER PRICE TELEPHONING" <oyi DAVID ROAT I wouldn'c want to get along without the telephone. Jt saves me a lot of time and trips to town. And it makes it easy to keep in touch with folks I don't get to see very often. "Quite frequently," says Mr. Roat, "I have made one or two cents a bushel extra when selling small. grain by calling different markets and selling to the ooe that offered the best price. Calling like that helps make the telephone pay for itself on the farm." Visit at Wanders Halvor Ammson and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Wander nnd daughter, Betty of Clermont visited n week ago Thursday nnd Friday at the Philip Wnnder home. J. Wander is a nephew of Philip. The J. Wanders were cnroute to Stanley, North Daokta, to visit Mrs. Wander's parents. Mrs. F. H. Bonn and daughter, Mary Ann, were Bancroft visitors Friday afternoon. Rev. R. W. Kabelitz went to River Forest, Illinois, last week Tuesday to attend a Lutheran meeting. Martin Pert! returned to Iowa City the first of last week to start his fourth year study of medicine. Mrs. Alvln Kluss and son, Willis of Gait returned home last week after a ten-day visit at the F. C. Kluss home. Alice Dreyer came home from Des Moines early Saturday for a few days' visit with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer. Kuth Dreyer of the Fenton Forward 4-H club won second prize t the state fair for a "Complete Summer Outfit for a Club Girl." Members of the Fenton Forward 4-H club met with Mary Ann Bohn Saturday afternoon to tag their entries for the Kossuth county fair. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley are parents of a daughter born Wednesday, September 2, at the home of Mrs. Straley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Brace, in Burt. Postmaster J. A. Schwartz and son. Karl, Axel Peterson and Jena Nordahl went to Des Moines on Thuisduy to see President Koose- velt and to attend the state fair. William Kent of Omaha who spent the past two weeks in Waterloo on business, came Friday evening for a visit with his family at the |>artntal H. C. Lindsey home. Saturday, the Kents spent the day with Mrs Kent's uncle und aunt, Mr and Mrs. Dick Umsled, near Lone Hock. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dean and daughter. Kuzanne of Kansas City Kansas, arrived last week Monday at the Fred Newel home for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Newe stayed at the home of Mr bean's mother while Mr John Sanftner of Swea Crly A Groom Swea City: At eight o'clock on Tuesday morning Florence Hood, daughter of Mrs. Mary L. Hood of Fort Dodge became the bride of Dr. John A. Snnftner. The ceremony in solemn simplicity took place nt Corpus Christ! church, Fort Dodge, the Very Rev. Father Edward Masterson officiating. During the mass, Welch Laufersweiler sang Rosewig's Ave Marin Mnria, Pnnis Angelicus and Happy We Who Thus United. Miss Mary Hood, the bride's sister, played the accompaniment on the pipe organ. She also played the wedding marches. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at Wray- wood to the bridal party, members of the immediate families, the Rev. Father Eischcid of Armstrong, the Very Rev. Father Mnsterson, Fort Dodge, and Joe Groaczkowski of Swea City. White flowers in crystal bowls were brought and arranged by Mrs. Milton Dahl of Algona and Mrs. Dewey Cochran of Swea City. Corsages marked the places of Mrs. Mary L. Hood, the bride's mother, and Mrs. Gothart Sanftner, mother of the groom. An artistic wedding cake was the centerpiece. Mrs. Sanftner, who has lived in Fort Dodge and vicinity, all of her life, is a graduate of the Fort Dodge high school and Tobin Business College. Since her graduation she has been employed In the offices of the Farmers Grain Dealers' association. Dr. Sanftner Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gothart Sanftner of Swea City. He graduated from the Swea City high school, Webster City Junor College and from Iowa State College at Ames, where he also received his veterinary training. After a wedding tiip through northern Minnesota the couple will make their home In Swea City in ;hc apartment now occupied by the Henry Johnsons. Silo filling began at the Paul Black farm last week. G«o. Godfrey, Ames, visited his farm here the latter part of last week. R. J. Stewart, Union, was a guest at the Paul Clark home on last Friday evening. Mrs. Harry Seeley, Whittemore, spent Thursday at the George Johnson home. Mrs. C. J. Sill and her daughter, Lucille of Chicago, visited with friends in this vicinity Saturday. Edmund Capesius underwent an operation on his nose at a Mason City hospital last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Capestus, of Chicago, are visiting this week with Mr. Capesius' brothers, Frank, Ed nnd John of Algona. Challenge Phillips To Boxing Match At Carnival Here C. C. Crowley of the Crowley shows, now exhibiting at the Kossuth fair, has ft brand new athletic show which will be of more than usual interest to local sports fans because this year the leading boxer of the unit, Joe Cantrell, 170 pound mitt artist, has hurled a broadside challenge to Clarence Phillips, Algona boy and widely known boxer to meet him in a special match at one of the shows. The challenge to Phillips comes as a result of a still-remembered Incident at the show last year, where Phillips took on the leading fighter of the show, and gave him a compound fracture of the jaw, along with winning the match and a cash prize. Phillips is now living at Spencer, but will probaly be here for the fair. Classified Ads Week SPECIALS Alberta U. S. No. 1 PEACHES, bushel $1.88 Bartlett PEARS, box _ $1.19 Shop Early— This Store Wffl Be Closed Wed., Thursday and Friday Afternoons Minced Ham ______ . _____________ 15c Bologna, those big rings __________ 15c Baldwin Food Market For Sale FOR SALE—Team of mares, 2 colts, pony.—Leslie McEnroe, Algona. 36* FOR SALE—1929 Hudson sedan. Must sell. A real bargain.—T. Jensen, 515 N. Phillips St. 36* LOW COST Automobile insurance.—L. S. Bohannon, new Kossuth Mutual Insurance office. 36* FOR SALE:—Modern house and one block of ground In Algona, $3,000.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, la. 36 FOR SALE—A cnance to join the many happy shoppers for fall things to wear, at Christensen's. 36 IF YOU NEED A typewriter, you'll do well to inquire at The Upper Des Moines Office. We handle Underwood machines, portable and standard size, and also used machines from time to time, all reconditioned. 36* SORRY—We are closed each afternoon during fair. Open at 5.— Sorensen Drug. 36 SEE THE FAIR, but nee us first for fancy groceries, meats.—Moe & Sjogren. 36 FOR SALE—Coldest beer town.—Cook's Lunch, famed barbecued ribs. FOR SALE—Quality merchandise, good service, and home-owned interest in our customers.—Long's Food Shop. 36 FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn bulls.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. Three miles north of Hobarton. 34-37* FOR SALE—Typewriter paper, just received large shipment, good white bond paper, 60 cent a ream (500 sheets).—Algona Upper Des Moines. FOR SALE—Registered Hereford bull.—Karl Sunderman, 6 miles north of Titonka. 35-36'-37 FOR SALE—Piano, small, 6 mos. old. Sell for balance. Easy terms. See in Algona. Wholesale Dcpt., Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 36» FOR SALE—8 foot, modern cigar case, 5 foot candy case, all modern.—K. D. James, phone 352. 36 FAIR WEEK SPECIAL—Big Yank Work Shirts, 59c—Misbach's. 36 Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere appreciation of the many kind expressions of sympathy and offers of help, made by our friends and neighbors, prior to, and after our recent bereavement, Mrs. N. L. Larson John A. Larson Mrs. L. T. Dailey 36* Card of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt appreciation for the many kind words and the expressions of sympathy received after the recent passing of our husband and father, August Becker.—Mrs. A. C. Becker and family. 36 SEE For Bent attended embalm era' ytar at Kansas City, Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, as. In District Court, September term, 1936. No. 4163. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of August C. Becker, Deceased, dated June 10, 1935, having been this day hied, opened and read, .Saturday the 3rd day of October, l!l.'i«, i» 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 nine o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified anc required to appear, arid show cause If any they have, why sai instrument should not he probatei and allowed as arid for ttie la.y Will and Tehlunient of Bald du ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Heptern Newel j ber 4, me. school last Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, us. In District Court, September Term. 1936. No. 4152. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notihed, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Nels Larson. Increased, dated November 23, l!)2j. having been this day tiled, opened and read, Saturday, the 3rd day of October. 1936. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, lowu. 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 person 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. DaU-d at Algona. Iowa, September 3. 1W6. KATHAKJNE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. M-37-38 KATHERINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy Hutchison Hi Hutchison. 36-37-3 FOR RENT—If you have a room, corns, house or apartments to rent, want ad in this column will do he business. We have many calls each week for them. 36* FOR RENT—Modern house, 421 N. Hall St. Phone 316-W or call at 418 E. North St. 35* Miscellaneous AT HOME in our Helse Bldge.—Henry barber. new shop, Bunkofske. 36 WELCOME FAIR visitors. Jack Sprat brand foods are also welcomed in pantries. Get yours at Anderson's, Algona. 36 FAIR WEEK SPECIALS, Fisher's Cafe. Home cooked meals, lunches, beer, soft drinks. 36 While attending the fair make our store your headquarter* fore- noons-—Christensen'i. 36 NOTICE—We close each aftsr- noon of the fair.—Christenjens 38 Save that cream with a Vega separator. Uiers biggest booster*. Medium size J82.50. Term*.—Bju»- trom'i. Algona, IOWA. Wanted WANTED—Experienced girl tor general house work. Muat have fcood references.—Mrs. W. V. Butler, 401 Lucas St., Algona. 38 Notice of Probate of Wil STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, 88. No. 4I&0 in District Court, September 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 Barbara L,udwig, Deceased, dated May 3, J&35, having been thin day hied, opened and read, Saturday, the 2fith duy of September, IVM, in 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 person* Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why wild instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of suid deceased. Dated at Algona, lowu, August 31, 193«. KATHARINE MC EVOY. Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy E. C. McMahou, Atty. 3o-37 WANTED—100 people jo Ki»- KUth to try our Aetna accidect tickets when traveling.—Krua*- Blossom Agency. 24 ii •••••••••••i 1 Used Bicycle, $Q like new * 1 Used Philco radio, 2 volt, like new, priced to sell. 1 Used Fada radio, battery set One 32-volt used radio only 2 years old. 1 Automatic washing machine, AC model, priced to sell. $ 3; tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmuun Fair Week Specials Kent Motor Used Cars 1934 FORD TUDOR Cordova Tan Tudor, only 22,000 miles. In A-l shape, a snap at $365.00 1932 CHEV. COACH A nice running car, drive It to appreciate it, priced right $235.00 EXTRA SPECIAL One 1929 Ford Pickup, closed cab, with steel box, goes at $100 1936 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan, nave $100. 193S Ford Tudor, black, priced at $435 1932 Ford Deluxe tador coach Harry Keen Trunk and hot water heater $295 1934 Ford Deluxe Fordor sedan, green, runs nice $395 Two 1934 Ford 'Deluxe Tudon, thoroughly reconditioned at $395 1935 Ford Tudor, green color $454 1928 Chevrolet Coach $90 1929 Nash Sedan, clean f $125 1929 Ford Coupe, cheap $135 1930 Ford Coupe, a buy $175 1928 Chrysler Coach $85 LOTS OF TRUCKS—AND PRICED RIGHT Kent Motor Co. Algona, Iowa •*•••••••••••••••! Phone 434 WANTED—Ladles who seeing new fall things, at CbrUUn- sen's. 24 WANTED—Film developing, 24c roll, one enlargement free.—Bor- iiardt drug. Zt WANTED—Painting, Decorating. Paper hanging. All work guaranteed.—Harry Baker. 36 1TB NO JOKE! There's a real job open—this loc&Iity. Car re- qu.red.—S. F. 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