The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1936 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 27,1936 SURPRISE PARTY, ST.JO&SDNDAY Herlinda Prlderes is guest In Honor of Birthday 8t Joe: Invitations have been U- 4bed the past week for a surprise birthday party In honor of Herlinda Frideres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Prlderes at her home Sunday evening. Mrs. Vie Ffideres and Mrs. Prosper Frideres are in charge. Nick Thtlges shelled new corn Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lucy Wagner and Mrs. Orvllle Wagner were Whlttemore callers Monday morning. George Lenerte and his carpenter crew front Llvermore, started work Friday on a house for the Wm. Hammers. It will be an addition added to the station, 14 by 18. Mr. and Mrs. George Ltfnertc of Llvermore and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughter, Carol, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the John Thul home. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding were Sunday dinner guests at the James Becker home south of Burt. For County Attorney Democratic Candidate Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated at the General Election Nov. 3. A University of Iowa law graduate. Born on farm in Kossuth where I have lived all my life. L A, WEMKEL 42-43 615 PAPERS TELL SKELLY'S STORY Printed Word Needed to Tell How Company Tailor-Makes Gasoline Kansas City, Oct 27—Stating that "we have a news story and need newspapers to sell It," W. T. Atkins, vice-president of Skelly Oil Company, announced today that the company Is using more than 615 papers In its 1938 fall and winter campaign. "Several years ago we introduced tailor-making of our Aromax gasoline," said Mr. Atkins. "We used a large list of newspapers and our gallonage Increased by leaps and bounds. "We have decided now to take the gasoline buyer Into our confidence. We are going to tell lust how and why we tailor-make gasoline to fit the weather. To our refinery gasoline we add, In varying amounts, a gasoline we make from gas-well gas. We call it Virgin gasoline.' "We tailor this gasoline at 24 points In our marketing territory No pump is more than overnigh away. In this way we can mee quick weather changes with gasoline tailored as a cold wave, or a warm spell, breaks. This gives our gasoline fast start and high mileage, because the gasoline fits the weather. "This 'news story' takes quite a few words to tell, and newspapers were our choice to carry the major brunt of the campaign." Mr. Atkins expects a large Increase in business this fall and winter. Conditions in most lines are better than for many years, he asserts. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines "I," CRASH AT 74TH STREET AND THIRD AVENUE— The motorman of one train was reported killed and a dozen pnsseneers were InVired. none serlouslv, when two trains collided on an elevated line, the night of Oct 26. VOTE FOR 1 Philip J. Kohlhaas DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOB State Representative FROM KOSSUTH Born In Kosauth county, lived on f»rm 26 years, and holds interests In farms at present. In business In Algona 23 years. His success will stand firmly to serve you. Four Corner News •jfiyynyxyy&Sff^^ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan are he proud parents of a baby boy >orn Sunday evening at 8 p. m. Noble Mitchell is a year older ind his parents and brothers and lister helped him celebrate the day recently. L. J. Lowman and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Witham and Myrtle Vlnlng and Harriet Francis were dinner guests at the Everett Witham home •ecently. er have added to the danger of spread of the disease this year, officials say. The bulletin urges local farmers to have their hogs immunized against cholera immediately, with protective serum and virus. And at first signs of sickness, veterinarian should be called, to inspect the herd and take what steps are possible to prevent further losses. Farmers are also warned that only veterinarians should supervise immunization, disinfection, and other precautions against the epidemic. They are also urged to keep out of neighbors' hog lots, and to prevent strangers, stray dogs or swine from entering their own, as these often contribute to the spread of the disease. Mrs. E. J. (Katherine) McEvoy Democratic Candidate for Kossuth County CLERK OF COURT May I Continue to Serve You! 41-43 READ U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS How can science tell If you're really drunk? Blood tmto replacing chalk line and other obsolete tests In court. In the American Weekly, the magazine distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. MJVWWWVVVVVVUWUWVM BULK NOSE DROPS (MukUfled) Contain* tlphadrfn. Vitamin P, and other effective agents. Prices in Dropper Bottles 35c and 60c Lusby's Drug Store GERMAN PLANE LANDS ON LONG ISLAND—The Aeolus, second of three German planes being used to gather weather data for proposed Atlantic plane service, landed at the Pan- American Seaplane base, at Port Washington, Long Island, Oct 24, after an 800-mile flight from Hamilton, Bermuda, having been moored overnight after a flight from the mothershlp stationed at the Azores. Photo shows German plane after it landed. Who ever heard of Gas Masks at a bridge game? BEFORE LEAVING ON BOUND THE WORLD RACE— o Kleran (left), reprwntinj th* North American Newspaper Alliance Dorothy KUgallen, representing the International News Service, and H. R. Bkins, representing the Scripps- Howard Newspapers, bidding America bon voyage before enter- in" the "i«ht dirigible Hlndenburg at Lakehurst, N. J., on the trans-Atlantic leg of their race around the world, using only commercial means of transportation. Each, using his own route, will attempt to return to New York from west to east and break the existing mark of 23 days. Our Cleaning is Odorless It isn't being done—but a good many people have wished for them. It's difficult to think about a slam contract when the room fairly reeks of C. O. (Unpleasant Cleaning Odor). Send your garments to us for ODORLESS cleaning. Let us rediscover the color and luster your clothes had when new. Ours is a revolutionary new method which gives you better cleaning that stays clean longer, without ODOR, FADING or SHRINKING. And our service is the fastest in town. One trial will convince you. Just call TWO PLUNGE INTO RIVER FROM OPEN BRIDGE, DROWN—Marine divers and rivermen bringing up the auto in which two men met death when they tried to drive onto a drawbridge on the Illinois River at Lacon, 111., as it was opening. Kossuth County Has Hog Cholera Warning to Kossuth county farmers that outbreaks of hog cholera lave been reported in Kosauth county, near Whlttemore, Algona, 'enton, Ringsted, Titonka and Kirsch Laundry & Dry Cleaners Superlative Dry Cleaning Service Phone 207 Algona, Iowa Burt, and that. &teps should be taken Immediately to protect all, has been received here from the state veterinarians. Cholera travels so fast, and infection is often so bad, that immediate steps are necessary to guard against serious losses, the state office warns. Heavy drought shipments of pigs from one locality to anoth- VOTIC'K OK ASSKSSMKNT FOR Sl'HK.iriNU SK(()M).\HV ItUAIl OISTHICT NO. 3SO Nullee Is hereby glvtii to all per«uii« whoM- names appear in thr ill! sehedllle thai there has been llled 111 the office of the Cuin.Iy Auditor of KosHuth County. Iowa, a report of Hie Buurd of Apportionment, sl.owlim the apectal aHsesiiinent proponed tu be It-vied on ull purta and purcela at real estate Included within Secondary Houd District No. .150, which schedule of proposed assessment la as follows: 5ub-l>ivlHlon NE'i SEU . dEli 8EU ,. SWU" MHK, J\i swvt NW?i SW14 A'2 SWU NE>? SE^i . SB* SE£ — Vtt SEft VVi SEVi NEU NEU *wT: NE\ Sec. Twp. Ilnge. Acres Name of Owner Amt. of ASMIII. 28 40 Equitable Life Ins. Co l!i .11 40 Equitable Life Ink. Co fc fc3 40 William I). While 4.92 40 William II. Willie ?.»» M. M. Lehman £ Emma Stone 5.6i M M. Lehman & Emma Stun 7.9'J Mary Kain « 32 Mary Kain <>.8S Frank Uestenlehner 6 3i L. It. & M. M. Drauer 7.»9 L. H. & M. M. Urager 7.7g John Kain 6.67 L. II. & M M. Drager ».U L. U. & M. M. Drager 14 .24 40 4t 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 . . . . Front l» Henscholer . ».13 702 .......... Francis Bunsc-holer .......... "02 Carl H. Carl H Curl H. Carl H. Kmniet Emmet .......... I'aeU ................ 11.41 1'aetz I»a«U I'aet/. 1'aetz I'attz Emmet I'aetz Emmet faetz J 8» I 02 '02 I *' » -J] •> -Si ' ° 2 NW . NE>4 - .. NEW NEW NWy NW^i NVY'Vi SW'i NW14 NEV4 NEU NWV. NE\; SEU N'KU You and t-iicli of you whose names"appear 7n llic within schedule are hereby nolifled that said report will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In Alsona, Iowa, on the 5th day of November. 1936, at two o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the abov* apportionments may be Increased or adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid In full without Interest if paid witlili twenty days flora date the assessment la confirmed. Duted at Algona, Iowa, this 19th day of October, l».!t>. ji, J , oU 1 tj*i«4fc, 4 .,. 4 ^ County Auditor A Record of More Work Handled With Le*s Expense DESERVES YOUR VOTE J. J. 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