The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 27,1936 Here Is the Record (Every figure taken from official records) FARM PRICES Averages for the United States Feb. 15,1932 $2.94 $4,19 $3.31 8.8c 32.3c 6.6c 11. c 15.8c 9.4c 37. c Feb. 15,1936 Hogs, per cwt $9.34 Lambs, per cwt. $8.31 Beef Cattle, per cwt. $6.19 Wool, per Ib. __ 2B.6c Wheat, per bu. 91.9c Cotton, per Ib. 11. c Eggs, per dozen 23.8c Butterfat, per Ib. 34.9c Chickens, per Ib 16.9c Potatoes, per bu. 68.9c 4,377 millions (1932) Total farm Income 7,201 millions (1935) 39 billions (1932) Total national income 53 billions (1935) 81,822 (1932) Bank failures None (For the year ending 10-1-38 > Imports of Competing Farm Products 1929 1932 1935 $808 million $199 million $489 million (For the first 6 mos. of 1936, $249 million) They Destroyed Markets Domestic markets as well as foreign; markets for our farm products were •destroyed under the rule of those who now support Landon. ' Roosevelt Restored Markets With an increase of nearly 14 billion in national income, with foreign trade improving the markets are being restored under President Roosevelt Even Kansas State College (In Landon's own state) says: "Trade barriers are broken down slowly. Some progress has been made as a result of the reciprocal trading agreements." ROOSEVELT has given the farmers the only constructive program they have ever had. LANDON and his spokesmen have expressed themselves against everything Roosevelt has done. What kind of a farm program can you expect from Hearst, the Liberty League and the rest of the crowd who are pouring out their millions to defeat Roosevelt? ON NOVEMBER 3 VOTE FOR AMERICA AND AN AMERICAN STANDARD OF LIVING Vote For ROOSEVELT Ninety per cent of the farmers of KoMuth County regardless of political affiliation did their share to make the farm program •> sueeeub , We Appreciate the splendid work done by oar township cotn- mltteemen In canvassing the county and are pleased to tod that the majority of Kosrath county farmers •TO™*** **•* to tosare reeoffnlUMi of the term problem In the tatare. It will to Indorse Franklta D. Boowrelt for another four Union Club Has Political Study Meeting, Oct. 22 Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained by Mabel TJftden and Minnie Sarchett at the former's home Thursday afternoon, Oct 22. The meeting pertained to Politics. A straw vote revealed the sentiment was mostly democratic. Roosevelt received 19 votes, Landon 9, Lemke 1 and two were blank. Rev. Edge of Algona, Metho&st minister, gave a very Inspiring non-partisan talk. Music was given by Marguerite Laage and Katherlne Leason. A generous lunch was served. The club will meet again Nov. 6 with Erma Harvey and Anna Zanke. Roll call will be answered with The Most Important Thing In My Life. A paper, "How the Townsend Plan Would Improve National Prosperity" will be given by Emma Boevers. "Sketch of the British Isles" will be given by Sadie Gustafson. Visitors present were Mrs. Treptow, Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank and laughter, Mrs. Austin Gardner*, Mrs. Mike Arend, Burt, Mrs. Lea- News Items of Wesley Vicinity H. J. Bode, Ed Youngwirth, Whittemore John Geishecker, Livennore Oeo. Hagge, Ledyard O. E. Hott, Wesley Oeo. Butterfield, Swea City Oeo. Winkel, Whittemore (Kossuth County Farmers Committee for Roosevelt) Ufct •««•*••( •baby'* *••<... bafi r«ek«r* wUillM»300J)00 Matter tab* fetter... *• wlr Tie faektrt UktN-flunr to »*»|fc» AC tr DC rarreat A«d k.* l r*...iTUUi.Y SHAVES tOU CLEAN! •nr S3 jMn. Ur Iks rMfnss 6s»> K* D.James The Herman Ostcrcamp family shopped and viilted relatives at Mason City last week Wednesday. Miss Boyer and her pupils of the first three public school grades entertained the mothers at three p. m. Friday. The Rev. A. 3. Wagener, pastor of St Joseph's, was ill for several days last week, but was able to say Mass Friday morning. The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Carson Simpson, October 16, has been named Gloria Jeanette. The baby weighed nine" pounds at birth, and is doing well. Mrs. Susan Lease, the Ammon Lease family, and Mrs. Ed Studer, the last of Corwlth, returned on Thursday, following a 12-day visit son and daughter, 4£abel of Algona and Katherlne Lease!?!, Union. Hostess To Club Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, Burt, was hostess to her Hi-Lo bridge club last Tuesday. Katherlne Leason received the high score. Bridge was followed by luncheon. The next hostess will be Elsie Dugan, the date for the meeting falling on election, so the ladies decided they would hold the meeting the day before as they could not play bridge and vote. Bradley Collette is picking corn for Ralph Kesselring. Mrs. Ben Gould has been under the weather with a bad cold. Mrs. Geo. Boevers has been a business visitor at'Mason City this past week. Mrs. Mary Keefe is a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Scholtes near Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Claire Winkle were recent Sunday dinner visitors at the Ben Winkle home in Algona. Andy Beck used his corn picker to pick several acres for Geo. Kohl recently. Albert Houston of Missouri, who stays at the Kohl home will pick the one field which remains. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OP IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTP, SS. 15602. Notice is hereby given thnt by virtue of Special Execution In attachment directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kos- Buth County, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In said court on the 8th day of October, 1936, In favor of Kelnhold W. Heine, as executor of the estate of C. E. Helse, deceased, s plaintiff, and against F. D. Maths as defendant, for the sum of Nine hundred thirty and 00-100 ($930.00) Dollars and costs, taxed at Ten & 05-100 ($10.05) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described personal property id F. with relatives in Illinois and Michigan. Officers of the Methodist W. F. M. S. received notice of a unit meeting to be held at the Ellis Point church, six miles east of Buffalo Center this week Wednesday. Mrs. H. J. Braley entertained the Thursday bridge club last week. Mrs. L. H. Klelnpeter won high, Mrs. J. T. Meurer won travel prize. Mrs. Edna Flom will entertain this week. A shower, largely attended by feminine friends, was held at the home of Mrs. Olaf Funnemark last Wednesday for Mrs. Stanley Simpson, formerly Grace Johnson, a recent bride. The afternoon bridge club met last Thursday with Mrs. Bonnstet ter. Mrs. McMahon won high, and Mrs. Bauer, second. Mrs. John Ormsby and Miss Doris Toung were guests. The Methodist Aid meeting, to have been held at the church Friday, was postponed to this week Wednesday. Pot luck lunch was to be served, and plans completed for the bazaar and supper, to be given November 14. Alfred Erdman and Mrs. George Vitzthum won high and Matt Borman, consolation prize, at the Legion Auxiliary card party last week Tuesday evening. An afternoon card party for ladles was given at the Legion hall Saturday. The evening bridge club met last week Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson assisting. There were five tables, Mr. and Mrs. 'Victor Loebtg won high, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Grattldge, who were guests, won second. The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Pederson, Hudson, Wls., were week end guests of Mrs. P. E. Skow and her daughter, Mrs. Paulson. Mr. Pederson was one of the speakers at the 60th anniversary celebration held at the Congregational church Sunday. He is a former pastor. The Messrs. and Mesdames Geo. Aldrich, J. P. Studer and L. L. Lease attended a joint county meeting of the American Legion nd Auxiliary at Bancroft last 'hursday evening. Legion officers were elected: commander, Donald Hutchison, Algona; vice command' r, Richard Berg, Swea City; ad- utant, Ernest Hoppe, Algona. The text joint county meeting will be held at Wesley, November 19, and t Is expected that Mrs. Martha Whistler, 8th district committeewoman, will be guest speaker. Seneca School In 2 Weeks' Vacation Seneca: There Is no school In the Seneca consolidated school because of two weeks' corn husking vacation. The following teachers are spending their vacation at their homes : Coach Frank Hanna at Colfax; Adra Deuser at St Paul; Alice Dahl at Swea City; Regina Berens at Bancroft; Lavonne Madden at her home near Seneca, and Beulah Carlisle at Whittemore. School duties will be resumed on Nov. 2. Mrs. J. J. Drinnan spent Thursday afternoon at the Clem Dotson home. Victoria Jensen is spending sev- ernl weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. Leo Lampe, near Bancroft. Victoria Jensen is spending several weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. Leo Lampe, near Bancroft. Mrs. Eva Sparks of Annsvllle, Minnesota, spent the past week at the Deverd Swan home. Mrs. Sparks Is a cousin of Mr. Swan. Mrs. Eva Sparks of Annsville and Deverd Swan spent Tuesday even- Ing at the Sheldon Merrill home. Mrs. Sparks is a cousin of Mr. Merrill. FOR SHERIFF DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE Your Vote and Support, Will Be Appreciated in the General Election Nov. 3rd. VOTE FOB CASEY LOSS 41-43 as the property of the said F. D. Mathes to satisfy said execution, to- 12 tables with linen table cloths on each one; 42 chairs, with linen back covers; 1 National cash register No. 3445068; one Iron safe mfg. by Dlebold Safe & Lock Co.: 1 counter about 20 ft. long with Iron foot rest; IB Iron stools with wooo- er. tops; 1 mahogany writing desk; 1 complete birch back bar with drawers and bins; 1 frlgldalre electric Ice cream cabinet; I automatic Ice box with cooling unit; 1 combination water, cream and milk container made by Albert Pick A; Co.: ' Plx coffee urn; 1 malted mllK mix er; 1 pie case: 1 electric clock; Underwood typewriter; 1 cloc «: electric bread mixer; 1 three ovei Majestic range; 1 meat block; steam table; I electric toaster: mirror about S ft by 7 ft.: 11 vases 12 jackets with States Cafe written on them; 16S packages of (Ir.dlv Idual) breakfast foods at yarlou kinds; 23 steak knives; 42 Ibs. o coffep In 1 Ib. sacks: 1 carton o sunshine biscuits; 6 boxes o crackers; 1 dish rack: 1 large cup board: 1 electric Juice extractor: 2 electric suotlon fans: H ton of cool: H case of paper towels and nap- | kins; 1 linoleum Moor covering; 1 Bum case: 4 cookie containers; 1 | rake container made of Kl ft "": J! table clotlis: B typewriter ribbons S rolls of adding machine paper. 10 napkins; 12 pails of Riijst checks: 1 ins. Thompson's malted milk. 2 Inn. cholorate: 1 window rubber; BOO Individual tea bags; S one gallon measures; 2 one-half ? a !!° n ,J ne £ |l>) j 1 can neaches: 38 gallons «»i pickles In one P gallon jar* 1 drum sweeping compound; 1 freezing unit; 1 meat RTlnder- 1 gas tank and attachment: 1 can of crackers: 1 electric slern- all pots, pans, dishes, stiver- ware', utensils ar.d tools and linens In States Cafe: 1 adding machine: 1 .VMitinna.1 malted milk mixer: quan- Vote for SENSATIONAL NEWS BREAKS THIS WEEK! Gamble Stores now /our Grunow Dealers. Brilliant eatures — Beautfiul Cabinets — World-Wide Reception and the Teledial. Liberal Allowance for your old radio. Grunow, 12-tube, $99.96. 43 M. J. DUFFY Democratic Candidate For TREASURER Of Kossuth County General Election November 8, 1936 A Continued Adminstration of Honesty and Efficiency Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated Fair, Square and Impartial It's BUSINESS .., Not Politics To Elect LESTER S. GILLETTE To The STATE SENATE 47th District ON THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET One of the common people working for the good of the community Capable - Fair - Honest measures, t, win?-«,«».- o ---- ;;««iiren: 1 potato peeler: fi arallons pickles: 14 cars of pumpkins. 1 of oeaohes; 36 gallons of pickl P * additional malted milk tlty of clears and Rum glass show case; o '""nd'T'will proceed to 1 sltrn, i « ft. by 8 ft. sell said at puc a Mdder. for cash. In hard, on the 2nd day of November, 193«. at the east door of the Court House In Algona °n Kos.uth County. Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. of ( saM day. when and where due attendance will be given by the unaer- ""mtld this 10th day of October. 1936 CART. PAHLHAtTREH Bherltt'of Kossuth Cnuntv. Iowa. B " n v C J CtJM.EN. Peniitv. Van Ness * Btlllman. P^ 1 -*"?! Attorney.**; ™ NOTICK 0V PETITIONI - --APPOINTMENT OK GUAHDIAN FOB AUSKN'I'Kfc; In the District Court of luwi. In and for Kossuth County. jJepliKramer. Auam Kramer, and Sebastian Kramer, plaintiffs, vs. Tony Kramer, Defendant. To Tl.e Above Named Tony Kl Vou l! ttre hereby notified that there Is now on file In the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa, the Petition of Joseph Kramer. Adam Kramer and Sebastian Kramer, alleging that you am the owner of the following described property, to-wlt: An undivided one-eleventh (1-11) interest in and to a certain piece or parcel of land ae- scrlbed as follows: Commencing at a. point 80 feet ejouth of the Northeast corner of the Southeast Quarter (312%) of the Southeast Quarter (SEti) °> Section Thrty-flve (|6> Township Ninety-four <»«> N » rth ; itange Twenty-nine (28), West of the 6th F. M.. ther.ce south along the section line 164 feet 6 Inches, thence west IS rods, thence North 164 feet 8 Inches, thence East 18 rods to place of beginning. And a sum of money of One Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-live and 74-100 Dollar. <»1»27.74) which was deposited by the Executor of the Estate of Isadoro Kramer, deceased, with the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa, pursuant to order of Court In That you disappeared In November. 1933, and your whereabouts have not been known since that time. Also alleging that It Is necessary that a Guardian be appointed to take charge of, Preserve and control your property, and that aucb Guardian be appointed. For further particulars see Pet- 1U You OD a?e%urtr,er notlfled that by Order of the above entitled Court the hearing upon said Petition will '•« bad at the Courthouse In Algona. Iowa, on the list day of October. me at 10:00 a. m. of s«,ld day. at which time you may appear ana show cause. If anv you have, whv an Order should not be entered M prayed. J OBKPH K RAMKR ArvAM KRAMWR SEBASTIAN KWA1-™-- 40-41 Petitioners Hiram B. White Republican Candidate For County Attorney Your Vote for Hiram White Means a Vote For an Economical and Efficient Administration of the County Attorney's Office, and awures absolute Impartiality Regardless of Politics or Creed.
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