The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1936 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 20, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. Oct. flft,1986 Poultry Thieves Ckt Five-Yeari There Has been much poultry atealing in this vicinity of late Months and only last week two men, Clifford Engevick and Myron Knudson wef-e given five years tat stealing chickens near Lake Mills. -Wallaces Farmers has paid ft reward of $25 for their capture. The Wallace publication has a Standing offer of rewards for the capture of farm thieves nnd has paid over $30,000 in rewards since they made the reward Offer some time ago. Card of Thanks B. B. Turner and family wish to thank their many friends and neighbors for their many floral tributes and sympathy during their recent bereavement 42* PHOENIX HOSIERY From nature s color blends we picked the choicest ones for you women who are going into the new season wilh a aest for the latest fashions. Phoenix stock- J^Jafch or blend with: sheemess ana long wear. Hornet ... a golden beige. rmMt ... a warm beige. • Storm Cloud... a neutral grey tor navy end black. faulty ... a neutral for navy. greys and black. » » Others 79c to $1.95 Join Our Hosiery Club You'll Want Winter Coat Now... A great, znid-«ea«on showing of dozens of new beautiful styles Our recent market trip has filled in the gaps left by early purchases—you'll find here now a trem endow showing of the latest developments in winter coats. Buy your new coat this week, from this extensive showing. New untrinuae.d sports coats, in fashionable oxford, rusts and jrreens, phi id backs at $12.85 to $19.75. £wanky swaggers, with and without fur collars IB green, brown, rust and oxford, at prices which spell real economy. coats, coats—never warmer, never , uever more reasonably priced. $12.85 to $68.00 SUGAR BEETS AT ST. Over 66 Acres New Being Harvested—Al Rosen- myer Main Grower Wesley News: Al Rosenmeyer started hauling sugar beets from three St. Benedict vicinity farms Friday afternoon to the chute at Hutchins and up to Tuesday had hauled around HO tons. That amount was raised on 10 acres on the Rosenmeyer farm. He also has 12 more acres. Fields on the John Arend and John Arndorfer farms bring the total beet acreage in that neighborhood to 66 acres. Other farmers near Wesley who have beets this yeitr are J. L. Haverly, who has 25 acres, G. F. Strieker, who has five acres and Ed Frey four miles south on highway 60. E. M. Olson is doing the hauling for Frey. This writer made a round trip with Rosenmeyer Tuesday morning. At the farm, John Arend and son, John Arndorfer and Humdinger, Rosenmeyer's hired man. scoop the beets into the truck, loading the five tons in about 25 minutes. Eleven Mexicans are kept busy topping, following Arend and Arndorfer on the diggers. Koscnmeyer's best day at hauling so far was Monday when he delivered about 35 tons to Hutchins. His beets are averaging about 10 tons to the acre. One large beet, gleaned from his field. Is now on exhibit at the News-World office. It weighs eight and one-half pounds ana at 14 per cent would contain more than a pound of sugar. Rosenmeyer hp.s raised beets for the last fourteen years. Last year those raised in the St. Benedict vicinity tested 1* per cent sugar. He expects they will test as well this year. The price is expected to be r.bout t5 a ton. He followed last year's beets with early oats and said he got a yield better than 60 bushels to the acre. He raises the beets on alkaline soil on which corn does not do so well. Beet tops make good cattle feed and Rosenmeyer gives his fine herd the benefit by spreading the tops with a spreader in the field where his cattle graze. Later on he will turn them into the corn field which is adjacent to the beet field. He says they must like the tops for they keep going back and forth from the corn to the tops all day. The Hutchins dump will handle beets from 300 acres this year, it was learned. 'Jack* Gomes Home "Jack," dog of Mr. and Mrfc Gall Pettlt, missing for two w*ek«, rt- turned last Friday. The f*ws on the dog's feet w*re Mootfy «hd looked as though the animal had walked a long way to get home. "Jack" had lost about 10 pounds, and ate up everything In the house by way of a homecoming celebration. Byran Connell of Des Moines visited at the Fred Bohn home on Thursday. Karl Schwartz motored to Cedar Rapids Friday to visit his aunt, Ed th Laage. Saturday, Karl attended the Iowa and Illinois^football game at Iowa City. Mrs. Emma Reeder of Waterloo csme last week tb visit her son. Howard and family and to become p.rquainted with her new grandson, Leslie Howard, two weeks old. Lnvonne. daughter of Mr. and Mri. Edw. Priebe, had her ear lanced by Dr. Brereton at Emmetsburg, Friday. She was absent from school one week on account of ear ache. CLASSIFIED ADS Ottosen Class Play Ottosen: The Junior class presented their play, "Depend on Me," to a large audience Friday evening. Everyone present enjoyed it very much and every member of the cast took his or her part very well and were well suited for the parts. It was directed by Mrs. Jacobson. For Sale FOR SALE— high grade Jersey cows, freshen soon.—F. C. Muss, Fenton, Iowa. *2* FOR SALE—Good team of work horses. See Maxwell Motors or call 595. « FOR SALE—Seed corn, thoroughly rack dried, germinate 100% bargain prices for short time.—A. C. Carlisle. Whittemore. 42 FOR SALE—Choice spring boars, bargain prices.—A. C Carlisle. Whittemore. « FOR SALE—Chevrolet deluxe sedan, 1934 model nearly new, priced right Phone 67. 42* FOR SALE—Graded Cobblers and Green Mountain potatoes.—AJ- gona Produce, Phone 9. *FOR SALE—Second hand waah- er» and ranges^—Kohlhaas & Spilles. 42 FOR SALE—1 good used 2-volt table model Coronado radio; one good used 2-volt console model radio; one good electric 5-tub« table model Coronado radio. Will sell the above radios very cheap as we need the room.—Joe Bloom. 42 FOR RENT—3 unfurnished upstairs rooms.—Mrs. August Becker. N. Harlan st. 41 Lemke in Fort Dodge William Lemke, presidential candidate of the Union party, will apeak in Fort Dodge at the high school auditorium, on the evening, of Saturday, October 24, it has been announced. Hospital News Kosauth Hospital Saturday, October 10—Ruth Stott, Titonka, underwent an appendec- omy. Saturday, October 10—Dona'd iandt, of Bancroft, nine yenrs ol.!, lad a cast put on his left leg. Sunday, October 11—Mrs. Chester kVillcy of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Sunday. October 11—Mrs. W. C. Jelaon of Ledyard entered for x•<;y. Tuesday, October 13—Mra. Fred Gebken of Whittemore entered for medical treatment Wednesday, October 14—Thomas Wagner at Bode entered for medical treatment. His cheat was injured in football practice. Thursday, October 15—Fred Carter from the county farm entered with u broken fore arm, which he received when Btruck by a panning automobile while parsing on the highway. Thursday, October 15—Mrs. Wilbur Si. Jor<n of Algona gave birth to a baby girl weighing 7 IbN. and 13 02. Friday, October ;6—L>. P. Griffin of lioone treated for internal injuries r«<*i.fc'l in au ac'.idcnt. Saturday. O<.ror«r 17—Mr» Norman Waiker gave birth to a baby boy. Hunday, O'lober li-Mra. Hurry Baker of Algona tf.ttre'J for medical treatment. <<du-ral Hospital New* Wednesday, October 7—Mrk. Ii. O Ijreyer of Ijilla Creek uiider- went a toiihiit' Idifiy. Thursday, October 10—Harold Kuecker of Algona was brought In fur medical treatment, following an «u < idem occurring near Kntberville. Monday. October J2-Mr». John Weilund, Jr., of Wesley, entered for '.-ili'-al treatment. Thursday. October 15—Eunice Junea of Algo/ia accident victim. FOR SALE—A few choice Poland China boars. Cholera Immune. Priced for quick sale.—Mrs. Julia Reynolds, Titonka. 41-42* FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars. Good ones.—Anton Vammen, Rlngsted. 41-43-46' FOR SALE—Hampshire boars fall and spring 1 .—Alphcns Berte Bode, Iowa. 39-44* 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* JPOR SALB~-typ«wr!t*r p«p*r, lust received large shipment, (rood Whit* bond paper, 60 cent t» ream <fOO sheets).—Algona Upper D«» fOR SALS—Furnace Oil nnd free heat prover service. Cities Service Oil Co., A. E. Orooters, Agent 3»-« FOR SALE—Registered Short- horfl bulls.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. 2 mflea north of Hobarton. 39-42* As we are discontinuing the sale of DeLaval cream separators, we will close out the stock now on hand at a big reduction in price. Also a special price on separator oil. This sale will only last a few days.—Kossuth Co. Imp. Co. 48» For Rent FOR RENT—Office rooms, single of a suite, State street—Dr. F. E. Sawyer. 42 FOR RENT—Business office. In- lilirn Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf* Wanted WANtlfiD-To buy improved » or HO »crea from owner. Smwl down payment Inquire Upper DM Moines. *** WANTED—Girl tor house wort. Call Wl after 6:SO. 42 WANTED—A ofiance ts repair any radio not working perfectly. Work guaranteed.—fi!d Genrlch at Bjustrom's. Build—Remodel—Refinance on our new low cost monthly payment plan. Lowest cost home loans —let us prove it—Algona Federal Savings * Loan Ass'n., Algona, la. Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $82.50. Terms.~BJus- trom's. Algona, Iowa. 3-tf LOST—The bottom ball of a Wahl Eversharp pencil. Mottled brown, green and yellow. Please return to June Corey at the Upper Des Moines office. Farewell Party, Ottosen Ottosen: The eighth grad« o* the Ottosen Wednesday evsAlft*. The evening «*»** after- NITE FOOTBALL Algona vs Hampton Athletic Park 7:3O p. m. Friday, Oct. 23 Admission 25c and 30c '**. XOTICK OK PETITION FOIl AI'l'OIVI'MK.NT OK OUAHDIAN KOIt ABSKSITKK In the District Courl of Iowa. In and for Komuth County. Joseph Kramer. Adam Kram*r. and Sebastian Kramer, plaintiffs. v«. Tony Kramer. Defendant. To The Above Named Tony Kramer: You are hereby notified thai there la now on flle In the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Ko*Huth County. Iowa, the Petition of Joseph Kramer, Adam Kramer and Setiaallan Kramer, alleging that you are the owner of the following described property, to-wlt: Ar. undivided one-eleventh <1-11) Interest In and to a certain piece or parcel of land de- xcilbed an fullown: Commencing at a point fcO feet South of the Northeast corner of the South- etmt Quarter ISI'l'/t) of the .Southeast Quarter IHlC'i) of .Section Thrty-nve C'.r.i Town- irlilp Ninety-four (S4) North, ItaiiKe. Twenty-nine (29), West of I lie Sin K. M.. thu.ce rroulh alontf the section line 154 feet 6 Inches, thence weHt 1H rods. thence North 154 feet 6 Inches, thence l:.t»t IS rod! lo place of And a sum of money of One Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-fit: and 74-100 Dollar* (|ia^774) which wa» deposited l,v the Kxecutor of the Kntate r.f Isadore Kramer, deceased, with tl.e Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa. pursuant to order of Court In f»M K«late. That you disappeared In Novern- •r. l'j:;~i. and your whereabouts have not been known slnre that tin,*- A Uo allejrlr.K that It IK nec- i«»ary II,at a Guardian be appointed to laite r harKe of. pre*erv« and rontrol your proi/«rty. and that si ^liitttdUn he appt>fnted. Kor further particular!! see Petition on flle. You art; further notified that In 'ird'-r of the above entitled Tour I h< h.-iirltiK upon nul'l Petition wll ' •• lad at Ihe Courthouse In Alirnna Iowa, on ti,n 3i«t day of Or-tober. ]'j':C at 10 00 a rn. of *ald day, at •.. titii tlrne you may appear ami »riow cause. If any you have, why ;.r, order should not be entered a* prayed. JOKKPH KHAMKIt AIiAM KRAMKR 8KBAKTIAN KHAMKR. 40-43 Petltloriera. MllKK lilr- AHMKIIhMK.ST KOM HL'HKACING KK4 ONOAKV H0»l> OlkltiKT MO. 9HM • •:<;'!• 'it I r i, r , us., i, lo all itin.i.s whose name* appear Jn the . i.-di.i" li,.r> has been Hied In the office of Ihe fount/ 1.1 of K..,.,.,.,! Couiiy Iowa, a n-port of Ihe Board of Apportion- I ,;««. h^i;,.-[.l propound to be levied on all parU .Sul.-J'll i."l'. .f n-ai Vfctaiw lr.flud.-d within Secondary Koad biilrlct No. i i.i-'!'.!': '.f tropoetd a»»issrnent I* a» follow*: K.' Twp Jti.Ke. AtresNair.e of Owner Ami- of A»smt. . . . 13 '<6 2» 4« si?... NV. ',. riW H W ii K W i HVV1J NVV'* NK 'i NW'4 I'l . It 40 40 40 49 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Urjultabln Life In*. Co ''o'i 1 . - Jii». Co 8 »» lU . < »2 bi:r. I,, Board < l'i,|. .^ niiij il.iy H. All uhn twenty «lu Jiaud Ufa V.llliam D. White William I>. White 7.»» M M I-ehriian & Kroma Stone 6.S2 M M. I^hman & Emma Stor.e 7.»9 Mary Kaln «-»J Mary Kalii J J» Frank U*j*UnJ*hn«r J-33 I.. U. & U. U. Urager 7 89 1.. It * M. M. Draper 7,78 John Kaln ••;« L. H. & M. M. Draper (.11 I. K. & U. M. Draper J.U Krancl* Ueuschoter 7.0J Kruncl* Benscboter 7.02 Carl H PaeU H-41 c B rl H P»el* » »» carl H. PaeU 7.02 Curl H. Paetx 7 02 Km met Poetz • II l'"mmet Pa*tz 9.13 [•'inmet Paetx 6.67 Emmet Paetx 7 02 whoae uaiui-s appear In the within schedule are <1 Va.iU report will come on for hearing before the i-rvlm.f* at their oBtce Ir Al*iiria, Iowa, on the 6th day of Hi. at two o'clock p. m. Al (aid bearing any of the above in may b<- Increased or adopted without further notice. u Hie wililcii objection* to maid report on or before noon of •ami- will be prtBumed lo have been conclusively waived. .m. HIM may be paid In full wlthoul Interest If paid wlilUu i"iu datr the*ment 1* confirmed. this IDIh day of October, 11*36 County Auditor YOU'LL VOTE FOR THESE "All American" Values, These Fine Looking NEW FALL SUITS TOPCOATS OVERCOATS $0050 "Big Time" valued .. . exact- Ingly tailored In the newest styles and fabric* for Fall... and priced way below what they would have to sell for If purchased in today's market Beautifully tailored of fine, long wearing wonted*, twists, •tripes, checks, plaid* and plain* in a big variety of col-, on and ctyle*. Single anfl double breasted, *port back* and plains. Size* 84 to 60. TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS Genuine CariCurls, Fleeces and Cuna Type cloths. These and other expensive fabrics, tailored polo, balmacaan and conservative dress models. in Men Who Are Thinking Of Fall And Winter Comfort Will Find Lasting Satisfaction At This Store MEN'S GLOVES 25c All merchandise in standard quality, low in price for the quality offered and all backed by this store's guarantee of satisfaction to the wearer. MEN'S FLEECE UNION SUITS 98c Heavy Suede Cloth Shirts, gray or buck 98c Sizes 14 V4 to 20 Warm Moleskin or Heavy Covert Work Pants $1.69 Men's 16-inch Lace Boots, Leather Retan Men's $3.45 Boys' $2.95 Yellow, double thickness fleece, 2 pairs for Men's Heavy Wool Boot Sox 49c UNION SUITS Boys' Winter Unions, g(}g rib or fleece, at Men's Heavy Bib 70£ Union Suits, at BIG 30 OVERALLS Bar tucked at any point of strain, Kossuth's best seller, striped or blue — PART WOOL SOX In grey or brown mixture, per pair WOLVERINE SHOES Dry, soft and stay soft, assuring you comfort, and they will give you extra long wear. $2.45 $2.95 SHEEP LINED CO^TS Men's 40-inch dark brown moleskin sheep lined coats, large collar, sheep to edge and trimmed cuff. leather Now - Winter Is Coming

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