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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, gept. 16,103(8 North East * Kossuth Page August Gelhaus Funeral Rites Were Held Saturday, Ledyard • *'» Sons, Daughters Survive Prominent Resident, Who Died Wed. Ledyard: Ledyard lost an old resident Wednesday, Sept. 9, in the passing of August Gelhaus at the home of his son, Christ August Gelhaus was born in Stem Lippe, Detwold; Germany on January 30, 1861. He was united in marriage in Germany and they came to America In 1890, making their homo near Hubbard. In 1900. they moved to a farm near Ledyard and in 1918 retired to live in Ledyard. He has been ailing for some time but took seriously ill August 18th and after severe suffering passed away Wednesday at the age of 75 years, seven months and ten days. Five children were born to this union and one daughter was adopted. He leaves to mourn his death two sons, Paul and Christ; three daughters, Mrs. Aug. Busch, Mrs. Ed. McGuire of Ohio, and Mrs. Wm. Poppe; a brother, Wm. of Hubbard; 15 grandchildren, two great grandchildren and other relatives besides a host of friends. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon In the Evangelical church with the Evangelical pastor from Hubbard in charge. He was laid to rest in the Highland Home; cemetery. Pall bearers were J. J. Kink, Herman Herzog. Herman Runskmeier, August Knoner and Oliver Marquis. Pastor In Hospital Friends here will be sorry to hear that the Rev. Steck of Fairmont who has been conducting services In the Evangelical church here for several years, is in the hospital at Rochester, Minn., having undergone an operation for an internal goitre. He has resigned his charge at Fairmont also due to his poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn, Lawrence, Mary Ellen McDonald, Irene Dyer and Lewis Hentll were at Blue Earth Wednesday evening. The men attended a lumbermen's meeting there. Host to M. E. Aid Mrs. W. E. Wiemer entertained the M. E. Aid Thursday at the church basement Plans were made to sell hamburger sandwiches, pie, ice cream and coffee Saturday night, Sept 19, in the space In front of Carpenter's machine shed. Lakota Boy Will Tour on Amateur Show This Winter Lakota: Charles Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson, west of town, has been taking part In amateur entertainments held at Elmore and Rake the past summer and won enough honrs to be Included In a irronp of 24 people who will leave on October 1 for a tour of points in Iowa and Minnesota durlns; the winter months where they will pat on entertainments In theatres. Ray Mauss of Rake Is sponsoring the project Charles is a graduate of the L*kota high school and has a very pleasing personality and a fine voice. between the telephone office Welfare's. an« Frank Wiemer Very Id Friends here are. sorry to bear that Frank Wiemer Is 111 and in the hospital. He recently had an operation and seemed to recover nicely when he had a relapse. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Plngle Saturday, Sept 12, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitx and Owen Berhow were at the Minnesota state fair Tuesday. James Logan and Kenneth Thompson came home from Slotx City Friday to spend the week end. The Leon Wordens and the Gen* Wordens of near Elmore went to Rodman Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Walker. Ufa. Cleo Dexton, son James and daughter Mauds, and Mrs. Martin Edith Thompson Wed« Elmore Boy Hebron: Miss Edith Thompson, daughter of Mrs. Hannah Thompson, and Howard Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Anderson of Elmore. were united in marriage Sunday. August 30th at the home of the bride. The bride was attended by Miss Bernice Anderson, sister of the groom and the groom by Harold Thompson, brother of the bride. The ceremony was read by Rev. Gjerde of Elmore, pastor of the church where both young folks are members. The young couple will make their home in Elmore until spring. Elmer Leibrandt won first on his club calves at the fair in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family spent Sunday at the Lloyd Lage home. Mr. and Mrs. E. M Hanson and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Selmer Matheson home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family spent Sunday at the Oscar Legried home near Bricelyn. Francis Larson who used to live in Hebron township, is leaving for Chicago soon to take up nurses' training. Mrs. John Osland spent Wednesday afternoon with Mabel Osland at Fairmont Mabel, who is a patient at the hospital there, underwent an operation for gall stones. She returned home last Thursday and is getting along nicely. WESTERN THEME SETTING FOR FIRST ACORN SETTING, LAKOTA DeYoung all of Ware, were Thursday visitors at the Tice Brack home. Amos Ingham of Jackson, Minn., and his son, O. A. of near Lakefield, Minn., spent Wednesday with Lbe former's brother-in-law, Oliver Marquis. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson and Mrs. I. C. McCord of Albert Lea, visited the former's son and the latter's nephew Leo Anderson and wife, Tuesday. MB-, and Mrs. Fred Baumann went to Minnesota state fair Wednesday and their daughter, Mrs. Harlan Pirsig of Blue Earth has been here assisting with the work. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson of Anthon and infant daughter, Naomi, called on friends here Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. Johnson is a former Lakota-Ledyard M. E. pastor. Mrc. Sonnenberg Is Purchaser of Home At Titonka, Mon. Titonkft: A deal was closed Monday whereby Mrs. Henry Sonnenberg became the owner of the Will Boyken residence. Mrs. Sonnenberg has not decided just when she will move to town. Tltonkn Wins 3 to 1 The Titonka Indians played Lotts Creek Tuesday afternoon at the county fair at Algona and won by a 3 to 1 score. Move to Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. George Onken moved Thursday to their new home in Bancroft. The Onkens have been residents of Titonka for several years. Mr. Onken was a tiler with his wife's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert BUM, north of town were attending to business in Forest City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong and family are enjoying a new Ford V-8 coach purchased Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner and son, Ellsworth, attended a rural mail carriers' picnic Labor Day in Esthervilie. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgersen entertained over the week end the doctor's brother. Edward, wife and baby of Des Moines. Mrs. Anna Intel-mill and daughter, Eleanor, bought Mrs. Lillie Wood's lunch room Monday. Possession was given Tuesday. Mrs. John W. Boyken northeast of town returned Saturday, Sept. 5th. from Des Moines after a visit with her brother. R. J. Fisher and family. She also spent a, day at the state fair. Mrs. M. S. Craven and Mrs. Wm. Welhousen entertained the members and friends of the Methodist Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon in the church basement. A nice crowd attended their lunch. Mrs. Frances Budlong and her daughter, Edith called upon Rev. and Mrs. Wood of Good Hope on Monday. Miss Budlong returned early Tuesday morning to her duties in the bank. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blakely had as their guests recently her sister, Mrs. Homer Fry and husband and her brother, Vern Evans, wife and son, Orville and daughter, Mrs. Lester Polling and Miss Lillian Evans and Henry Foster of Decatur. III. Shower For Bride At Ledyard Home Ledyard: A miscellaneous shower was held Tuesday evening at the Wm. Green home in honor of Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse. The fol- 20 Club Members At "Ranch" Meeting On Thursday Lakota: Mesdamcs Samuel Warburton and Harvey Nelson and Miss Louise Thaves entertained 20 members of the Acorn club at the first meeting after the summer vacation Thursday. This was In the form of a western affair with a chuck wagon lunch. The meeting was held on the Warburton lawn, which was fitted up to represent a cowboy ranch with bridles, lanterns, pitchforks, etc. and a saddled riding horse for the women to ride and several took advantage for a short ride, but some complained the horse did not steer right so gave it up. The chuck wagon furnished very substantial eats and a fire over which to cook delicious filling for the buns. A musk melon hunt resulted in the finding of plenty of melons as the final course for the lunch. As usual these days clouds appeared just before lunch, but kindly waited until it was over before sending the rain. Meat Man Resigned Joe Downey, who has been employed in the C. R. Smith & Co., store the past year, resigned his position there and has accepted an ofler to work in a meat market in St James. Minn. He and hia wife left last week for their new home. Former Teacher Visit* Mrs. Joe Erinstad, Lake Mills, visited last week Tuesday at the Samuel Warburton home. Mrs, Erinstad. formerly Norma Bruns- wold of Hanlontown, taught several years in the Swea City school and lived with the Warburtons while there. She has since taught two years in Wyoming and eight in Seattle. Washington. She was married last month and makes her home in Lake Mills. Maynard Ukena is spending two weeks' vacation with his mother, A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullarkey last week. The Mullarkeys live on a farm west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Needham were recent vtflton at Albert Lea, Minn., where they lived for several years. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott, who worked for Ray Kahler south of town the past year, left last week for Bitter Root Valley. The Rev. and Mrs. P. O. Johnson and little daughter, Jeanine of Anthon, came last week Tuesday for a short visit with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and Mr. and Mrs. John Heetland visited the Minnesota state fair recently. Littfe Patricia Murray had her tonsils removed at the Buffalo WM.GARRYSOF LEDYARD HAVE NARROW ESCAPE Mules Bolt Just As Car Was About To Pass Ledyard: The Wm. Garrys narrowly escaped what might have been a serious accident Saturday. They were going north just p.xst the Jerry Sullivan place when they met Harry Miller driving a team of mules hitched to a wagon. Just before meeting them the mules became frightened at an old quilt or rug laying by the road side. They made a dash directly for the car. Mr. Garry swung the car out as far as he dared and later went back to to look and the tracks showed not six inches from the ditch. Luckily, he swung far enough that the hub of the wagon just scraped along the car. Mr. Miller had some time righting the team again, but succeed so that no serious damage was done. 229 Are Enrolled School opened with an enrollment of 229. In Miss Jones' room or the first grade there are 17. In the second with Miss Randall as teacher there are 22; the third grade, Miss Siemsv teacher, 21; in Miss Olson's room 2*; and the 6th, 25 with Miss Verio as instructor; the seventh grade; 18; the eighth. 21; ninth, 25; tenth, 18; eleventh grade, 23; and there are 11 seniors. 30 Attend Tea At Lakota Church Lakota: The Methodist Aid entertained the women of the church and the wives of members of the school board at a tea In the church In honor of the school teachers last week Tuesday afternoon. Guests present were: the Misses Larson. Awe, Householder, Shaw, Templeton and Chipman, Mesdamds Alton Anderson. Earl Grabau, W. E. Ley, R. L. Williams. E. J. Woodworth and I. E. Wortman, who wlUj the members, totaled about 30. Getting acquainted was pleasant entertainment for all. Building Tiro Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare are building an additional two rooms on the front of their house and putting a basement under it Leon Worden's men are doing the carpenter work. Annual Class Picnic Mrs. George Thompson took her Sunday school class to Algona for their annual class picnic. Those who went were Edith Lagan, Cleo Gable. Doris Welfare. Beulah Looft, Muriel Reece, lona Wentworth, Marjorie Barnes, Evelyn Mayne and Alvira Halvoraen. Mrs. Thompson, Alethia Brack and Mrs. Aielt Troft drove cars. They held their picnic in the Call Park and attended the theatre in the even- ^ program w^gtven taTseng I Center hospital last -ek Tu^ay present stages in the bride's «',th Dr. R. L. Williams as attend•«.'*„„ Wo vwro s<wi>nti!en" ing physician. She is recovering B3C8K8S«S»S»3K«8SS«SC^^ Farm Loans 4% Haggard & Falkenhainer Algona, Iowa W assaaa&aataotD&QdX^^ to repre life: 'When We Were Seventeen 1 Cleo Gabel (Aiedai and Luetta Gelhaus (Aubrey*; "Oh Saq, Can I .See You Tonight?" Luetta Gelhaus, < Aubrey i; "I'm Alone Because I Love You", Doris Welfare (Aleda); I'll String Along With You," Alvira Halverson; "Angry." Evelyn Mayne (Auhrey>, Henrietta O'Keefe (Aleda); "With All My Heart" Edith Logan (Aleda writing ;i letter i; "I've Got a Feeling You're Kooling", Henrietta O/Keefe • Aubrey reading letter); "Our Bungalow of Dreams". Cleo Gabel (Aleda) and Luetta Gelhaus (Aubreyi: "Little Things in Life", Doris Welfare (Altdai ami Edith Logan 'Aubrey*; 'Silver Threads Among the Gold". Evelyn Mayne (Aleda) ;mi Henrietta O'Keefc (Aubrey) Gay Gold Stripe Don't iay stocking, say (Jold Stripe, when yoJ want beautiful, full fashioned none. With Gold Stripe a.t Wte, Postscript at 5S»c, Rooedcile at Ilk- and Gold Maid, a pure thread silk service hose at 33c or 3 (*uir» for $1 we can surely pleaoe any oi;e who wants to reduce thtir hosiery bills. With the above lineup v/e hai'e nearly doubled our hosiery »alea tiiis year over la^t year. All the above are first quality new goods and the latest new lali shades. We have quit handling seconds ail together. Gold Stripe and Hie Po.itac.ript hose are featured by the big stores in Des Moinej, but they get loU more money for them than we do. Even when they run them us a special they get lOc a pair more than our every day price. You can save money buying your hosiery at Jimmie Neville ALGUNA, IOWA Lakotans' Auto Hit In Des Moines Uakou: Mr. and Mr.s. Dick Spea inj Mr an.i Mro. Marvin drove to >e.i Monies retejitly and when a .hort dUlant e from the home o l.eir friends aa they aUirled horn -y ia! was struck by a De Moinu-> <jr s a corner and hot r.i were badly damaged. M ear liad recently purchased th 'A- Ford V-8 which i» now in th repair hhop No one Wa.* benou*! injured but all received cuts anc ing physician nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Musunan, Jr.. spent last week at Brainerd, Minn., visiting and fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Mussman. ST., spent the week visiting their son. George and jimily at Ellsworth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark came ome last week from a vacation rip through Wisconsin and Mich gan, where they visited relatives nd enjoyed the scenery. Mrs :iark works in the C. R. Smith tore and Mr. Clark in the Ford arage, Visitors at the Louis Hansei lome east of town last week wer Mr. Hansen'a two nisters and hus bands, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Fowle and Mr. and Mra. Henry Huff Chicago and Mra. Hansen's siste and husband. Mr. and Mra. Chris i'aulson. Albert Lea. Mr. ami Mrs Clyde Thaves and little daughter apenl last week in Minneapolis visiting relatives and taking in the state fair there. Clyde The Howard Jensens were at Jewell over the week end with his mother. A large crowd charlvaried Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse om Monday night The Wm. Wenzells spent Sun- ay at Mason City visiting his aughter, Eva Maude. The Anton Andersons of Chicago pent the week end here with his arents and at Swea City with her arenU. The V. A. Barretts were at Hoe arth Sunday and Mr. Barrett at- tnded the ball game of Blue Earth n. Easton. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Williams of Redding. Iowa, visited with their daughter, Mrs. W. E. Wiemer from ''riday until Sunday. A terrific wind accompanied the rain here Sunday night. The tent over the skating rink was badly MANYTITONKA GIRLS ARE AT TEACHING JOBS Other Community News; Plan P. T. A. Session Sept. 21 Titonka: Miss Myrtle Ama began her year of teaching in German Valley Monday, Aug. 31. Miss Viola Rike is teaching in the Spirit Lake public school, beginning August 31. Miss Loralne Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Peterson, began her school Aug. 31 near Cedar Falls. This Is her third year as teacher of that school. Dorothy demons Weds Mr. and Mrs. Robert demons motored to Emmetsburg Sunday to attend the wedding of his sister. Dorothy and Joe Morrow of Mitchell. South Dakota. First P. T. A. Meeting The first meeting of the Parent- Teacher association of Buffalo consolidated public school will be Sept. 21. On the regular meeting Sept. 14 a county meeting of school superintendents is to be held. Born—A Daughter Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman. Saturday morning, a daughter. Occupy Store Oct. 1 The Callies store building is progressing more rapidly the past week. It is expected to be ready for occupancy Oct. 1. Dr. Hamstreet Home Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet brought her husband Dr. Hamstreet home . from the hospital In Mason City, II where he bad been under observm- I tion the past week. The doctors at th* hospital decided not to operate at this time. MRS* J. M. 57, OF GERLED, DIED THURSDAY Husband, 7 Children Sur vive; Bites at Swea Sunday Gerled: The Gerled neighborhood bow» In grief over the pawing of one of onr best resident*. Mrs. J. M. Jones died Thursday evening in a Mason City hospital at the age of 67 years. She was a good wife, a loving mother and a friend of all who knew her. She leaves to mourn her passing, besides a number of brohers and sisters, her husband and seven children. Her three sons are Lawrence of Plummer, Minn.; Mervln of Chicago, and Melbourne at home. Her daughters are Mrs. Jennie Hough of Minneapolis, Anna and Ruth of Mason City \isnd Janella at home. Funeral services were held at 2:00 o'clock Sunday at the home and 2:30 at the Swedish Lutheran church in Swea City and Interment was made at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Finn Were Algona visitors Wednesday. Thursday fair viators In Algona were the D. O. Frlets and Frank Kelly families. August Peterson Is absent from position at the highway house. He Is attending the fair at St Paul. Mrs. Frank Kelly and Mrs. John Jongberg spent Wednesday with their sister, MM. Ross Bornwlng at Elmore. , D O. Frlets accompanied by his brother, Albert of Blmore, went up Into Minnesota on a fishing trip Sunday. Mrs. Louisa Butterworth, formerly a resident of the Oerled neighborhood, and now living at Mankato, visited Saturday at the Finn home. Dick Dontje, who has rented a farm near Bine Earth, has spent the past week there plowing. Dick has been a familiar sight In Gerled since he was nine years old and we will miss him. Mrs. L. I. Finn attended the rural mail carriers' picnic In Eather- ville Monday, remaining for a vis- It over night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. House. Mr. House Is the star route carrier on the route from Lakota to Esthervllle. "* Yes, it's true—Gamble's prices on 6-ply Crest Tires have not advanced—BUY NOW and SAVE—6.00-18, $8.98—6.26-17, $9.«6-O«mble's O. 8. Tires, 30x3, $3.65. 37 Used Car Specials 1936 Oldsmobile Coach 1935 Ford Coach, Deluxe 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1934 Chevrolet panel delivery 1932 Chevrolet coach 1930 Chevrolet coach 1930 Ford Tudor 1929 Ford Tudor 1928 Chevrolet Coach New Dodges and Plymouth* Washing, Greasing, WUlard Battery Service Algona Auto Market West of Court House torn and damaged and a number of tree* blown down. Mrs. Glen Behse took her mother, Mrt, Henry Gray to Algona on Monday evening to take the train :o Kamrar where she will visit her brother and other relatives. Rev. and Mrs. Killian are driv- ng a new Chevrolet. Mrs. Raymond Krantz entertained Mrs. Deal Befang cf Grundy Center last week. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenrk and son, Roland, of Crystal Lake were callers at the Miller Nelson tome. Willie Kennedy returned home on Friday from North Dakota, where had been the past month in the harvest fields. Mrs. C. A. Hoon had as her house guest recently her sister, Miss Frances Me Cowan who is employed in Des Moines. Mrs. Frank Meyer of Bode was a guest at the home of her brother, Nick Heesch and family east ol town the pant week. Edith Budlong came Saturday evening from Hampton to spend Labor Day at home. Her mother, Mrs. Prances Budlong, returned home with her. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and son, Willie, took her daughter Mrs. John Slurdevant and three children to their home in Fort Dodge after a week's visit with home folks. Mr. and Mra. Raymond Keagle and daughter Shirley of Minneap- PHILCO RADIOS Easy Terms At Titonka Students Leave for College Titonka: Miss Dorothy Slcper daughter of Mr. and Mra. John Sleper, west of town and Miss Hel ena Senne, daughter of Mr. an< Mra. Ernest Sennit, near Woden left last Monday for Cedar Falls _ .,..»„ MUs Leola Oesterericher and Mis* olis stopped in Titonka with A. M Helen Beed left Wednesday to en- j Peterson on their return trip from er upon their second year at Iowa Urbana, Missouri, where th?y spent late Teachers' College. I a week visiting at the parental S. I G. Keagle home. BJUSTROM'S Greater Values in Home Appliances Swea City Algona fffjjffftQQWtfWMm^ Notice of Probate of Will .STATE OK IOWA. KO.SSUTH COUNTY, us. In District Court, September Term. 1'j'Jti. No. 4152. j To All Whom It May Concern: | You Are Hereby Notified That j iin instrument, of writing purport- ] ins to be the last Will and Testament of Nels Larson, Deceased. dated November 23, 1M9, having Keen this day filed, opened ami read, Saturday, the 3rd day of October, l'J.'i6. is fixed for hearing proof of name at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of baid county, or the Cli-rk of oaid Court; and ut ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned ail person interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why baid i/iatrunienl should not be probiited and allowed as and for the last Will and Tualauient of ,<J deceased. Dated at Algoua, Iowa, S^plern ber 3, I'JM KATUAKINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEAKSON, Deputy Sullivan, MtMahon & tiinnan. 34-37-38 assistant at the creamery and enjoyed his vacation in Minnesota. Charles Peterson supplied at the creamery during his absence. The Methodist Sunday School hoard met at the Otto Koppen home Thursday evening. Plans for rally day were discussed. The storm came about nine o'clock and a* th< Koppens live on a dirt road, after a delicious lunch of all the melon they could eat, all hurried home About 25 attended. Titonka Twins 3rd Titonka: Richard Bammon, son f Mm. Frank Pruisman. who re- ently bought the tools and equipment of the John Falk gar ige. h is ented the Albert Meyer residence n north TitonUi and will move in aa soon as th>; place is vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Ruy Hans?n They expect to mnv: soon in a place they ~.ave rented. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Terpstra nd son. Donald drove up from Des domes Sunday for a vuit with Jlra. Hazel Naurnan and Mrs. Terp- tras' father, L C. Heifner and umily. They returned to Des Moines Monday evening. The high wind Sun-? -y evening demolished o. large corn crib on the J. M. Jones farm. Notice of Probate of Wil STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, 8S. No. 4150 in District Court, 8«p Umber Term, 1936. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That a instrument of writing purporting t< be the last Will and Testament o Barbara Ludwig, Deceased, dates May 3, 1935, having been this da filed, opened and read, Saturda the 26th day of September, 1939, fixed for bearing proof of same a 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 in- terebted are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said iruttru- nient should not be probated and ullowed ad and for the last Will and Teatament of said deceased. Dated at Altfona, Iowa, August ai, WM. KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of Di*t»ipt Court i ALMA PEARSON, O«p«ty. B. C. MfW" 1 ""?. Ally. 84-37 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. In District Court, September term, 1»3B. No. 4153. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That ai instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o August C. Becker, Deceased, dated June 10, 1!*35. having been this day tiled, opened and read, Saturday the 8rd day of October, 1936, U fix i>d for bearing proof of same at the Court House jn Algona, Iowa, be fore the District Court of sal County, or the Clerk, of said Court and at nine o'clock A. M., of th day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified an " required to appear, and »ho' cause if any they have, why sal instrument should not be probated and allowed 04 and for th« last Will and Teatament of said deceased. Duted at Algona, Iowa, September 4. 1936. KATHKR1NK Me EVOY, Cferk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Hutchison It HutchJjmn. 36-37-38 W. F. M. S., Ledyard, Reelects Officers Ledyard: The W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. Edward Knoner Friday night The officers were reeled ed, namely: Mr*. Yahnke, pres- dent, Mrs. V. A. Barrett, vice president; Mrs. D. B. Mayer, sec- etary and Mrs. Edward Knoner, treasurer. New Garage Man Rent* Titonka Home Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Cart F Callies, and children and Miss Leotu Oesterreicher returned Fn day from Des Moines where they attaaded the state fair. Th« twin daughters, Sharon Lea and Shir ley May scored VI and rated third Complete Service Washing Greasing Repairing Towing We have just installed a new Globe Electric Lift which will enable us to grease your car thoroughly. On Amateur Night Ledyard: The following amateur program was given recently: Ar tuur Grieae, Lakota, guitar ant »ui»l*«; Rhythm Kid*, MurU Reece, Cleo Gable, Edith Logan, Ledyard, singing; Faith BvrUond, BUmore, piaao »olo; Bernard Bcrk- hou*6, Rak«, cowboy stager; G«o. Enoen, Lakota, piano accordion; Inea F«rsig, Blmore, guitar and •logiug; Millard Floyd and Lawrence Balvance, Grant Center, violin and guitar. Phono Bring In Your Car For A Thorough Checkup Hudton—Terraplane 1935 Ford V-8 sedan for »ale Phone us for towing when you have trouble Bortiong Motor Co. West of Court House

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