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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 6, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 6, 1936 City, 25 to 7 SCORES PILE UP WITH RUSH NEAR END OF CONTEST Hanson Next Foe, There Next Friday Afternoon After a listless firtt half, marred by frequent fumble*, during which Ollmore City's light team had the Algona high Bulldog* not only bottled up but back on their heels mott of the time, last Friday night's game suddenly came to life in the middle of the third period. The final score was 25 to 7 in favo? of Algona. The individual feature of the gauie was contributed by Gilmore City, when R. Winter, speedy little halfback, took and Algous klckoff on his own » yard line, and sprinted right through the Algona team for the visitor's only touchdown. A Slow Start atlmore City kicked off, Algona received, but fumbled, and Gilmore Clt> recovered in Algona territory. After a few plays, Gilmore City quick kicked to the Algona 8-yard line. Algona drove out to the 30 yard stripe, and lost the ball, but recovered u fumble a moment later on its own 20. STATISTICS AfeoiM O. City First downs 13 * Yds, scrimmage -ZO* ** Yds. lost scrim. Z tt No.Uek«ffs 5 2 Kiekoff («ve.) 4CS VIA KlckofTs ret. 28 12 Ave. yds. panto 21 SI Passes attempted 9 12 Yds. from passes ... 43 «3 Passes Intercepted ... 0 2 Yds. penalised 20 S Officials: referee, Boy Crabtree; umpire, Boger Berry; beadllnrsman, Ed Krekow. Then Oilmore City recovered a fumble and a successful pass took the pigskin to Algona'* S yard mark. The receiver looked to be in the clear for a touchdown, but Muckel sailed across the field and pulled him down. Algona held, and took the ball on downs as the first quarter ended. MCMM quarter WM marked by wtldMM on both sides In the quarterbacklng department Toe boys evidently thought there were only seconds to play, and both sides would try four plays, usually passes, and forget all about punting. Play ended at the half with the ball near the center of the gridiron. Long Goes Over Halfway through the third quarter, Algona concentrated on a successful drive down the field and Long plowed over with yard* to •pare. The kick failed for the extra point, and Algona led. B to a A few minutes later, again get ting the ball, the Bulldogs dug in and marched down for a second touchdown, and thi» time Muckey planted the kick squarely over the goal posU, to give Algona a 13 to 0 lead. Algona kicked off, and on th first play a bad pass went over th head of the Oilmore City back coming to earth on the Gilmore 8 yard line, where Algona recovered Netrrmn crashed over standing up and u pan* for the point wan n good. Algona 19, Gilmore City 0. A Beautiful Bun At thi» point In the game, R Winter made his pretty return an Algona kick-off for his team' touchdown. Gilmore City pause over the goal for the point. Algonu came right back, an ncored again on a pass to make th final 25 and 7. On the last pla at the game Algona nub* intercept ed another pans and one of th toys tore down the sidelines t Hcort, but the play didfi't count be < ause un official's whistle failed t Geronsin Pitches Fenton to 5 and 4 Win at Swea City Fenton: The Fenton high school baseball team lost a. hotly contested game to the Swea City team on the Swea diamond last week Tuesday afternoon. The final score was Ewea City 5. Fenton 4. The locals behind the 4-hit.hurling of Geron- sfn, who was relieved in the fifth by Lindsey, played their best game of the season and show possibilities of being a strong team the rest of the season. Swea bunched their hits to better advantage than Fenton, and for that reason won the game. Fenton played Rlngsted on Friday. OMERKELLEYIS CRQGHTONirS VARSITY CENTER Former Academy Player Shifted From Backfield Post Omaha, Neb.. Sept. 28 (Special)— >mer "Toney" Kelly, sophomore enter on the Creighton university arslty football team and former tar quarterback for the St. Cecelia Igh school team in Algona. started le game for the Bluejays when hey opened their season with a 25 0 win over the University of outh Dakota* here Friday night. Coach Marchmont Schwartz, who s noted for his willingness to take chance on the unusual, gambled n his sophomores to start the ame against the highly-touted Coyotes, and the youngsters came il-ough for him. It was his soph- more left halfback, Johnny Piet f Chicago, who danced through is own right tackel for the Blue- ays' first touchdown. Kelly has been having some dif- iculty during the practice 'sessions with his passing from the center position,, but under fire against the >akotans, the former backfield ace settled down considerably and napped the ball like a veteran. SUSAN MERGEN BRIDE IN PRETTY CEREMONY AT WHTTTEMORE, OCT. 6 Ledyard Girls In First Basket Drill Ledyard: The basketball girls nave started practicing- to learn the fundamentals Of the game, as there- are nine new members who nave had no experience, namely: Katheen Reece, Marjorie Barnes. La Vaun Olson, Margaret Smith, Doris Olson, Ivadel Peterson, Ruth Haag, Louise Zielske, Lyla Priebe. The girls who are out and have had a year or more experience are as follows: Marvel Drew (capt.), Edith Logan, Evelyn Mayne. Henrietta O'Keefe, Alvira Halverson ,urene Uoyd, Ruth Estle, Betty rlatzener. Delores Hassebrock, Geneva Gelhause and Lois Reece. Mr Jranner is the girls' coach. Lone Rock Wins 2 Baseball Tilts Lone Rock: Lone Rock won two baseball games last week. On Wednesday at Bancroft th« score was 17 to i On Friday they played on the local diamond with Whlt- temore Academy and they won by a score of 'J to 4. Batteries (or the game were Ackerson for Lone Hock and Farrell for VVhitternore. Ralph Reding Groom As Popular Young Couple Wed St. Joe: A pretty wedding was performed Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock in St .Michael's Catholic church, Whlttemore, when Susie Mergen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen, became the bride of Ralph Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Reding. Rev. Father Veit of Whlttemore officiated. The bride was attired In a floor ength white satin gown with lace ack'et and wore a caped-shaped ong veil. She carried a shower xniquet of Talisman roses and baby breath. Lizzie Mergen, older sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and wore floor length Royal blue taffeta gown with white accessories and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. Raymond Thilges, cousin of the groom, acted as best man. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents southeast of Whittemore to 100 close relatives and friends. A three course dinner was served. A wedding dance was given the same evening at the West Bend Legion hall to which 300 invitations were issued. Swanee's orchestra from Whltte- more furnished the music. Infant Son Baptized The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann was baptized Joel Bernard Wednesday morning in St. Joseph's church by Rev. George Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Peter Erpelding from Algona and Bernard Kenkel of Dunlap, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul spent Sunday with Mrs. Anton Wilmes at Bancroft. Regina Leneftz is assisting with the household duties at the Henry Borman home. Bernadine Becker is spending the week at the James Becker home north of Algona. A number from this vicinity at- teded the funeral of Harold Sorensen at Algona last Sunday afternoon. The Rev. George Theobald's fath er left the latter part of last week for bis home In Dubuque after several weeks' visit here. Jobs O«Uh#cJ«er and Nicholas Wagner sin drfvta* new Chevrolet* purchased last week. Fred Big is driving a new Ford V-8. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges and son, Marcus, returned home Saturday from a week's visit with relatives at Watertown, South Dakota. Cecelia Elschen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen, from south of Algona. underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital Wednesday morning. Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughter. Carol, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz and son. Alvin, to Cherokee, Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mr». Gus Bosalis. five hundred at 13 tables with Ros- tlla Mueller receiving high prize and Mrs. Julius Capeslus receiving low. Bridge was played at four tables with Mrs. John Altaian receiving high prize and Agatha Thilges receiving low prize. Ada Fandel received door prize. The bride- to-be received many beautiful and useful gifts. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. MRS. A. KRAUSE, FENTON, SUFFERS STROKE, TODAY Children Called Aa Mother Lies'in Serious Condition Fenton: Mrs. August Krause of Fenton suffered a stroke Friday morning and is in a serious condition. Her children were called to her bedside that day. She is the mother of Arnold and Gus Krause, Mrs. Alex Radig, Mrs. Henry Meyer, and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer of Fenton and Mrs. August Zumach of Rolfe. Back From Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach returned home last Tuesday from a 10-day vacation trip In northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. They spent one week at Deer River. At Ladysmlth, Whf, they visited at the home of Mrs. Zumach's cousins, C. A. DePew. They spent a short time at Minneapolis enroute home. Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Menke celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary last Monday. After a high mass in St. John's Catholic church, dinner was served in the C. O. F. hall. Nine of their thirteen children are living. They are: John, farmer near Bancroft; Joseph, Ford garage. Bancroft; Frank, Fairmont, Minn.: Henry, Marathon; Al. Fairmont, Minn.; Otto, LeSeuer, Minn.; Mrs. ixniis Kennedy, Crookston. Minn.; Mrs. Frank Schlindwein. Kewanee. 111.; and Mrs. Mac Dudding. Bancroft. Mrs. Newel Hostea* Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained her sewing club at a quilting party last week Tuesday afternoon. On last week Monday, Mrs. Newel entertained Mrs. F. H. Eigler, Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. Emma Curry and Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod at a similar party. Mrs. George Ware of Ruthven visited her mother, Mrs. Otto Menz Thursday. Ted I&'lMtW and sfca. HaroM of Lone Rock were doing plumbing in Fenton all last week. Alice Dreyer of Des Molnes spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer Mrs. Anna Menke returned home last week Tuesday from the Palo Alto county hospital where she submitted to an appendectomy. The Newel Hardware recently purchased a new Studebaker-Henney hearse which will be used in the funeral division of their establishment. Mrs. J. T. Snyder spent last week with her parents, the H. G. Losses at Lake City, while her husband at- I of Lakota are spending a few days I in Des Moines with relatives. I Reynold Schiltz. son of Mr. and ! Mrs. Peter SchilU arrived Monday 60th Anniversary sept. » for a vwt wnh his par- cnts. Henry Menke* of Bancroft Observe 54th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Nagel observed the 54th anniversary of their wedding, Sunday, Sept. 27. Sixty neighbors and relatives were present at a lunch served in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nagel have two sons, Wayne of Nicollet, Minn., and Earl of Fairmont, Minn. Two New Beast A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. His They Walter Goche, Wednesday, name Is Donald William, also have one other son. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schiltz are the parents of a baby boy born on Thursday. Mrs. Frank Schlinclwrtn and two sons. Kcwmne*. Illinois, is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Menke. Mrs. Lee Brown and three children of Omaha are visiting relatives here. Mr. Brown will come for them Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Baker and her sister. Miss Isabel Saunder*. spent Saturday in Fort Dodge, visiting at the home of their sister. Mrs. W. J. Welp. Betty Sheridan left Thursday for Ames where she will visit until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan and son, Thomas, win return with her for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scbolte* entertained the following at dinner. Sunday. Sept 27: Mr. Mid Mrs. Oscar Pehrson, daughter Helen Jean: Misses Florence and Bernice Pehrson,; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Udy and son, Ronald Lee. all of Fairmont: and Mrs. John Pehrson. Swea City. Fault Finding up with me at all. hum.,, HUV I. burning. Running a home is like von have to tend to it, if you expect result* I have not paid much attention to home the last two months but Fhave put in sixteen hours • , day^ tending to bus- arket <« burtu. I *" Margaret Qninn was a business visitor In Algona Thursday. Mrs. Pauline Kockler, Melrose, Minn.. Is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Kockler. Mrs. Mike Sandt visited her daughter, Mrs. Tom Carmody at Algona Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clarke enjoyed a steak fry Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Leslie and son. Walter Algona Hi Band Given $25 Gift A check for $35 was presented to the Algona high school band Friday afternoon, by The Algona Chamber of Commerce, for services rendered during a recent visit here of the Des Moines wholesalers and jobbers on a good-will trip. The check was mailed here by the Des Moines group, and was joyfully received by the band, which is always willing to cooperate with any local venture, which means time and effort on the part of the band and leader, without a thought of getting anything in return. SHOWER FOR LONE ROCK GIRL, TO WED ALGONA YOUNG MAN, OCT. 26 Mr and Mrs. Peter Kayser and , tended :he Northwest Iowa confer- family spent the week end with the I ence of Methodist pastors at Fort Casper Kaysers at Waseca. Minn.. | Dodge. and the Dick Phillips at Claremont, Lawrence Becker attended work, and the game had ended Algona looked weak on pass defense, und (hone of plays war* poor, hut the hoys did dig in and recoup in the SKI ond half. Coach i Berber is whipping the team into hhapt- as rapidly a:-> possible, and with the will to win the Ked and Hlack should make the gon.i.; tou^h for opponent.*. Shift in Lineup A shift in the lineup .sent Uruns to right end. where he w tain on lluti h the game ul tackle, an played quarter hack NH and Hulpin looked Kood ond half and I.ynk also u drive that gained gioui Friday, October !*, tin: play Malison lilt re. The lineup.,: Algoiia ('•-'>> < Muckey I.K Banwarl I/!' Owens !'< > Frank! '' Monlux I'.' • Hutching us a la i J Mil' developed Bulldog Reemployment Office Gets Jobs for 21 The National Reemployment office reports the following activities for the month of Si-pternber: There were 21 Public Works placements made in Kossutb county, beside 12 men who were placed in private industry and 10 women who were placed in domestic employment There were '.',1H people interviewed during tilt month, arid 27 men were transferred to other counties for employment on I'WA projects These men were ail residents of Kossuth county who are skilled in i onstriiclion work The i. fficc urxes any girls or wo- inrii who want housework positions to register at om e. Anyone want- i l \iiii, ladies to do day housework, or | ' hoii:.ecleariiri^ are requested to call it.c office. Farmers arc a);,o re- i i|m sttd 10 ijet their hel;i for corn- i .1 [in kniif from trie local office. I i There arc- no iharKCi for reg- I I i.'tcnnx for employment, or for em- ; ' ployetb who 'A ..ih to ' In e lor help. the of- Kc;id 'Ihe W^int. Ad., It Minn. to the chores during their absence. Sister M. Hortense and Sister M. Hiltrude attended the funeral services. Sunday morning at 8:30 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Mrs. Mary Oaterbauer. Sister Hiltrude was a relative of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNeill and children from near Des Moines, spent Sunday at the Bernard Devine home The McNeills formerly managed the oil station which is now managed by Paul Ernst north of St. Joe Nick Klein has been rehired for ;h« s. hool and church janitor work (01 this year. He began his duties on Oct ut A janitor is not needed here 'luring tlie summer months. Mr Klein also had the janitor job la>.t year. Mr and Mrs. .'•'. K. Kenkel and I'auxhter Khzabfcth. from Karling, Iowa, Mr.i N'II k Kenkel from De- fiam i Iowa, and Bernard Kenkel of I»un!ap. Iowa, were visitors at 'i.e Henry Bormann home the past j V.I-I-K Mr and Mr.i N. K Kenkfcl ie the parent.., of Mrs. Henry •orm inn Mrs. Ker.kel remained ir a longer visit. Henry Alfrcda and l.iijo Btzner from (/iinsville, Tcx- -i in i.on.pained hy Mrs. Clara :ei ker and daughters. Mildred and "irolhy. left Monday morning for ieir home. Mrs. Becker and :>i^httrs had .spent the summer i/nt 11.1 hue with relatives. The rii-r.A i ami- a week ago for a visit ml to gel Mrs. Becker and daugh- Mri. Fred Brown and Mrs. Alfred Meyer* of Fenton accompanied Mr«. A. A. Bishop of Algona to Ottumwa to attend a branch meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Eigler returned home last Monday from a week's honeymoon in northern Minnesota. The Fenton young folks gave the couple a charivari Monday evening and Mr. Eigler gave the usual treats. Dr. J. A. Mueller performed ton- uilectomy operations at his office Thursday. The patient* were Carol and Mary Reimers, children of Mrs. Ann Reimers of Burt and Jean Leeper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeper. Beryl Sanders Home Is Scene of Party For Imogene Roderick Lone Rock:. A minceUaneous shower was held at the home of Beryl Saunders Wednesday evening in tumor of Imogen* Roderick of Venter*. She r*eefve4 many nice gift*. Those present were: Delores and Carmel Elbert and Marjorie Johnson of Algona. Mra, John Newbrougb of Woden. Mrs. Lyle Marlow and daughter. Georgia Ann, Dorothy Burt, Evelyn and Gladys Bierstedt, Margaret Glad- utone. Kathryn and Gladys StebriU, Lola Marlow, Muriel Long. Muriel Ackerson, Viola Bierle, Imogene Roderick and Beryl Saunders. She will be married to Michael Elbert of Algona on Oct. 28. Imogene visited friends in Lone Rock Thursday. Mrs. Dorothy Sharp and Era Freer went to Clear Lake Satur- ay to get Lillian Coomb**. Miss Joombes who teaches here has been ill at her home all week. The Frank Flaig and Jim Ackerman families were guest* at the ome of Mrs. Caroline Ackerman t Burt Sunday. A dinner was given in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Flaig and Mr. Ackerman. Mr. and Mm Alex Kru*«er and daSrirter. ittaUB fjaaf want to Waterloo Friday to attend the Catle Congress. Mrs. Mary Bronson acompanied them to Cedar Falls, •here she visited her sinter, Mrs. aura Mantor. They returned on Sunday. Mrs. 8. M. Gladstone and daughters, Beulah and Mrs. Alfred Krueger went to Slbley Saturday, •here they attended a rural teach- rs' meeting of Osceola county. Beulah. who teaches at Swea City, ve a talk on parliamentary drill n language and its results. M>II(>; in r AI'I'OI.N'IMUN'I' OK << H)H AI Io Ihi; lo.^lrlit I'oiirl . •! foi Ki'Mrtuili i.'oiiniy .l<y*'l,n Kl'ilii'-l, A'la Al.i 'lony Kidi To 'il.'J Kramer. 't oa aie hele l» iii/w on tllf • M-IK of me I' ..^llt l''/ut.l/. l J.,rti-pJi Kiul I'eti s J.-DU AUDI IV t IOVV-A, In Klain ll II tl .-I. by i.i«liflt- ( l liiilt lhel« in UIK Dffli.e 'it U.o lurlil l 'out I '/f Ko»- owu, !!••.• I'eUliijn of . .Vilalii Kli»ini:l anil t'lty (71 j f >avi > | Ky.l.l i l-.r idley ! Harliii-tt . t-.- Briuis Mitchell Nlemun Long Lynk HT KK QB Lll KH FB RU'PT UFMC II. I.. HolIiiiiiJi, l.n>ert, I'M ni' r ., . .,o. iMt 'it <'. t'. Kullich, Mi Minn., v. .li ij'-i!i^n;j[ i ate i'el fei L Hutuiition • n-i, Kridny. (Jtlooer Hie Algonu liulel Kioni Hi J..> h Auxiliary Session, Lone Rock, Friday Lons Rock: Tn« Lugion Auxiliary met at tb« hoiuu of Mm. Jim Ai-k- ermiuj with Mr*. Glen BUM ua Un bonUui* Friday ufturiiuon An out line of tilt program planned loi th* yeur WiU discussed. Mra lia.. Nl*l»ou joined. There were- 1,', Ul«tU.berv Wid UUU gueat preaeut Tbe n«*t mooting will b« with Mrs Fr«d Dr*u*Mdt on Nov. 6. tlie elita in order. no.ut: MS l.illcoljl lildu , Miimt .\liiui. laid ijiirty j.;iven m the St. all Sunday evening V.M.S well lc-J. Mrs. Orville Wagner and ('unniiigham lectiveii high ;ai/.t..-) in live hun'Ji' d. Mry. John Ailniiin .and John Boriniinn were iA,ir<lt.<J hi^ti i>i ize.-s m briflge. Ag'.von the door prize. o John Fridtrs and tier circle !<• in <>I.I:K'' l.iiiii h was nerved I** *i' K Bornonji; and ^on. Harold, iJau^hler. t'liiiue.'* from fire- Led. South J Dakota, ^urpi'ioed rcl- tivea here on a short visit Monday '.etimg Mr. Boinong is> a tjfothtr- n law ol 'Iior«e and John Thul had not >>eeil them for 2't ai... Hi had lji.i.11 to Waterloo, -Aa. li> attend tile fuileiul of .1 They .>tarltd for home on morning. .'cilaiieou^ pic-nuptial honor of Su.ue Mergen .Sunday afternoon in St. Michael's at ademy, Whiltemore. /i was spent ut playing lup anK 1 f ih Ill . Kraim.-i uie Hit- owner of I hi: following i H, rd property. u/-wlt. Ai. ui.dlvlil>:<l one-eleventh 1-11 i interesl In and to a cer- aiii pi«-< e or panel of lattii de- iill,.-.J n» followa. CouimenciliK l a pi/ll.l *'/ feel Jjotlth 111 It'* 'oiiiii-uat loiner of Hie Uoutli- .mi t^uait.-r 'HI'lUl ol tl.e outnt-iu't Quarier iHE*4> of . -i lii, n Thru-live (Jal Towii- Ninety-four CJ4| North. ' Twi.nly lime tw!*J. West u Jtli t' M . therct: noulh tl'f ^ei-lioii line IiJ4 fi:et *i tt Ihelllt: Weiil 1 ** roij:*, ij Ni-rlti 154 feet 6 lni:he». « F.a»t Us rods to place of . Anil a ai;ni of lii"liey of One Tliuunand Nine llucdted Twen- iv- -II ve an.l 74-100 |i.j|!ar» 'H'j^'lti will. I. wun ijepohlle'l i,, I he KACllllor of II.'; Kklate ..f Itiuiloru Kiamei. ili-i i.aafii. with tin: I'lerk of the I^Ulrlft I'ouit i-f Ki'Muth I'oiuil.v. Iowa, puihsiani t«> oi'li-r of Court in t-uld Kalale. Tliut you ijiaappearcd In Nuveui- .i I'j.i:!, ami your whereabout* .u**- not bt-en known »lm;« that i,.- Al.-o alleull.K "'at H l» II*'- ,.ny ihut a (Jiiardian be avpolm- .1 to lake ihuitfe of. i/rerterve aini "liirol y-jLir pr-jperiy, and that ;^«f>llaii b>; ui^lnted 1'tt- An elevator meeting was held in the Krueger hall last Tuesday evening. Vera Morris, teacher at Cowrie, Is visiting her parents, the Chas. Morriss, this week end. Mrs. Ralph Rledel of Fenton visited the Harland Blanchards the latter part of the week. Melvln Hawks and Hugh Marlow took a load of oats to Redfield, South Dakota, Thursday. Mrs. Martha Rath and son, Law- lence went to Spicer, Minn., Friday to visit at the Henry Rath home. The members of the high school faculty attended a district demonstration meeting at Algona Monday. The Charles Hill family left on Friday to spend the week end at the H. W. Gould home at Mason City. Mrs. Fred Genrich and Mrs. Alex Krueger attended the funeral of George Moulton at Ledyard Wednesday. Beulah Gladstone, teacher at Swea City, spent the wetk end with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. B M. Gladstone. The Ladies' Aid bociety met with Mrs. Chas. Morris last Thursday Plans were made for a guest day to be held Wednesday, Oct. 21st N. L. Cotton, Win. Knoll, P. M Christensen, Chas. Osborn and Rev S. M. Gladstone attended the For Dodge Presbytery meeting at City last Wednesday. Notice IN TIIK I.IHTHIfT COIJKT OK THf bTATK OK IOWA IN ANO FOH KO.S.HUTH <!01JNTy In lh« Matter "I I'eoble havlni Ml Benedict. low*. TO TIIK iJKI'OrilTOKtS, CHKI'IT OKS «TO< 1 KHOM»BUH AND Al- 1'KKSON INTKKEtfTED: you anil each of you are litre l.y iiotlfleii that U.ere IH now on nl In ll,i- office of the Clerk of lilDlrirt I'uurt of Koimuth County IIIB Report of H. W. Bate Her>-lv«-r ut the ["•oplli* HuvIr Hank. Kt BeneJIel. Howa. (.howlriK .all receipt* arid dliburvementu "'"' I II nil I ijl»po«illon made- of tlie - iness. I have combed the market done everything In my power to make Nevilles store bigger and better. As a result we now have the best stock merchandise ever shown In Algona. It «« clean and bought for the people of thta *«nmun'ty.K is a veratlble houseful of bargains. Customers come from 35 miles around to take advantage of the splendid values we are now offering. Peters shoes and oxfords, Connolly Kangaroo shoes and oxfords, Patricia Pat, Velvet step, the Lloyd straps and ties, Pontlac fine ties. Sky Riders for boys and particular attention given to stylish ties for the modern Miss. Velvet Step is the slipper that holds your foot in place. Prevents gouging forward and stops all heel slipping. The Lloyd slippers have an Inside construction for poise and posture. Men's suits and overcoats by Marks & Haas and Washington Park. Boys' pants and tog- gery from the Hardwlck Woolen Mills. Hanes underwear. Brady's sanforized shirts, caps. Stronger brand overalls. Rlce-Stix sheep-lined coats, Berlin leather jackets. Janesville Macklnaws, the best In the world, Campus Coats, Lumber Jacks and all kinds of novelties. All first quality from the foremost factories in the world. Best of all the price at Neville's is lower than in any other store in the state of Iowa. Jimmie Neville Agona, Iowa ffiK«&G«8C8K8x««»x^ Coming to KmmeUburg, Hotel Kcrmoore, Wednesday, Oct. Utfc; MisMB City, Hotel Cerro Oordo, Tuesday, Oct. Uth. Retant every 18 days. I The Regular and *• Reliable Chicago Special.** 1907 treated ChronJt. NCTVOM tad of Men aad Women SdeotlAcallj !ar- Nose, Throat, Lanes, Heart. 1 bi)lty.iUr»««. - ' - Dr. J. F. Shallenberger, M. D: particulars Kin fuitli in .,n Ille. V.,-l an fuillier nolllliii II. al 0 ;' .i- i M UH.' above entitleil I'oui't . l..-arlii^ upi'li *a|il Petition wilt t ad at the ''oui lliou«'- In Ai^->na. wa. or. Hie Zird day of Nuvi-mber. ^ii. .1 1 » UU U. HI- of said day al i, .1 h time you may aiipt^ur umi ow i au*B, If any you havt. ;•;<-.; , f'lil.r trhould not l>0 cntereil a» ayeij. JOHKPH KKAMKIl AllAM KKAMKK KIIAMEU. PetUluner*. Yo re- iire further notified that UK- Receiver herein a»k» In said report it.ul he be authorized to pay tliu tlnal dividend deposit with tl c- (Ti-rk of id" Court all fur.d» of tlio HecelnrMHp wlii eh cannot be '!..•- llvt-ie.l to auv person whpue where- about* are unknown and the d!»«ol- ution ut lti« corporation You are further notified that II. e li.-arlti« on *ald Heporl has be-;n lU.d bv (he Tourt to bt, held at U>e P., in I Id. OKU In AIKOI.B. Iowa, on tie iliiy of October I3lh. 1W ul lii oVIoi-u a. in., and that unleim you appear (hereto on or before »aid ilale and iihow t:uu»u If there be any whv »ii.l'l report should rioi bo approved und ntUd Kiscelver *:id Kxamlnur In Charge reli-»»e<l from all liability and dl«ch»r«ed. that an Order will lie mail* ana entered UH prayed by the applicant. Wiled) D. W 8ATB8, tUcc-lv It Makes No Difference. . What type of Living Room Suite you expect to buy you are sure to find one here that you will like and priced from $49*50 to $165.00 The new moderns in curled mohair, embossed mohair and plain mohair plush have been moving like hot cakes. With new ambers, antique mahogany and Bergundy leading in color, 20 Styles to Choose From Exchange that old suite on a new one today, make the home more comfy for winter. RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company

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