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The Algona Upper Pes Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 25,1937 N. Iowa Merchants Rebel At In justice of State Sale* Tax (Continued from Front Page) and unfair tax,*' another spokesman added. Hiftlory of The Tax It was explained that the sales fM was originally put into effect on the plea that it was "an emergency measure" to raise revenue, much Of which was needed for relief. "All the relief it has given, is to those getting part of $500,00X1 handling expense," he said. "Then it was supposed to be a replacement tax on real estate property. Any property-owner knows how much "replacement" it amounted to." One business man, from Worth county, stated that he had already stopped collecting the tax. He did not explain how he was getting around payment to the state board of assessment and review. Demand for Action One thing was certain. The men from Kossuth, Palo Alto, Emmett, Hancock, Winnebago, Clay, Worth and Cerro Gordo counties represented a good Cross-section of Iowa business, politics and .activity—and they were all united on one thing —they've had enough of the sales tax and are prepared to fight It out with the state administration if necessary. The resolutions were being prepared to be sent to state representatives, state senators, state officials and all others who are in any way connected with the state government, and who can exert their influence, one way or the other, to kill permanently a sales tax which everyone had hoped and expected would die out on April 1, 1937. ALGONA DELEGATION JOINS IN PROTEST An Algona delegation, headed by Milton Norton, president of The Algona Chamber of Commerce, and including P. J. Christensen. Ralph Miller and R. B. Waller attended Jie meeting, and the Algona group heartily endorsed the resolutions. SUCCESS IS NOT ACCIDENTAL The Chrischilles Store TT IS no accident that for 67 years, this store has been a part of, and has served, this community, efficiently and economically. Founded only a few years after the close of the Civil War, it has weathered the hardships of the pioneers, the panics and depressions of troubled times and has emerged, one of the most influential factors of our county business life. HP HIS store has prospered not by a chance, not by accident, but by adhering strictly to those principles of honesty and fair dealing on which it was founded over a half a century ago. There is a satisfaction in trading witji a concern that, YEAR IN AND YEAR OUT, is a leader in its field. T" 1 HE year 1937 marks the beginning of a new prosperity. This store has already made its Spring purchases on the "old-price basis" and the new season finds us fully prepared to serve you efficiently, intelligently and economically. •The raising of eggs and poultry is of personal interest to Iowa farm women, for a large part of the work In this important industry is done by the women and children. For a great many years A. & P. has offered a nation-wide market for these home products. In 1935 we brought over $3,800,000 worth of eggs and $1200,000 worth of poultry raised on Iowa farms, and sold them through our stf/res throughout the United .States". Founders Week Sale! In honor of the Founders of A. & P.—we offer you thche outstanding Food Value*. Mild and .Mellow Coffee EIGHT O'CLOCK Rich and Full Bodied Coffee Red Circle. 2^ Del .Monte Ortho-Cut Coffee's!!'' 25c I'** 49c White House Evap. Milk 3^ 20c Halve* or Sliced Peaches . ^ 10 39c Van Canip'i Toinato Sauce Beans . . 4 College Inn Tomato Juice ...%£* 19c The New Vegetable ShorUiiin ff 1 •!. ^^ .m a It- «d ^ Spry *•• hortening * 59 <3 bag J J C 2 No. 1 OQ_ t'lUJ» «>*»V . .6 lbb 25c i <b. hat 18c Sultana. Red Salmon Blue Koi,e Rice . Cake Flour Swansdown " Bakuig Powder Calumet Kraft's -Miracle Whip } Ufebuoy UeaJth Soap . . 4 tll ke« \Vuj»lxiii^ i^uwd^r Rinso . . !i* 1 Ib. can 19c 37c 22c WALDORF TOILET TISSUE K01XS 25c Grapefruit doz. 37c WuuMtap Apples . 3 Ibs. 23c Potatoes Fresh Carrots . pk:59c bunch 5c Tune hi "A. & t>. Bandwagon" 7 to 8 P. U, Thursday, W«G A&P Food Stores HARDSHIP TALES FROM BLIZZARD LAST WEEK END Train Stalls; Pupils in Bus Are Pulled from Snowdrift Tales of hardships and forced overnight stops from all sections of Kossuth came in on the tail of the storm and blizzard which swept Kossuth the past week end. HJVERNE FREIGHT CREW PROTECTS STOCK LuVerne: Saturday afternoon a freight train on the M. & St. L. stalled in the snow about two miles east of Lu Verne, and although they managed to get the train to town, could move no further until Mon- iay evening, when a plow came Jirough. When the crew discovered they were going to be forced to stop, they obtained tarpaper to cover the sides of the stocks cars to protect the animals. A crew of LuVerne men dug the cars out, enabling the train to get into town. LEDTARD PUPILS IN CRASH IN STORM Ledyard: A bus driven by Jack Welsh, returning Saturday night from Algona with a load of Ledyard school girls, ran into a snow drift on a county road, and although none of the girls were injured, some were black and blue. A team pulled the bus out Girls in the bus were Edith 7x>- gan, Doris Welfare, Cleo Gabel, Muriel Reece, Doris McDonald, Henrietta O'Keefe, Evelyn Mayne. Ruth Estle, Doris and Lavonne Olson, Eunice and Lyola Priebe, Ivadel Peterson, Connie Garry, Phyllis Strand, Marjorie Mayer, Marjorie Gabei, Jean Estle. Wilma Busch, and Margaret Smith. TRUCKERS GET STALLED WITH LOAD SHEEP Sexton: W. C. Taylor and Paul Palmer, local truckers, started for Waterloo, Saturday at 3 p. m., with a load of sheep. At 1 a. m. Sunday they telephoned that they were stranded in a snow drift 40 miles out of Waterloo, and would have to wait for a snow plow to come to their aid. They unloaded their sheep at a farm house and had to wait until Monday morning. They got home Monday night. Algona Girl In High Norge Post Cribbage Hounds Gird for Tourney The second annual Kossuth County Cribbage tournament will be held March 4, next Thusrday, in the V. F. W. hall here, it has been announced. The tournament is open to everyone, women aa well aa men. Play will start at eight o'clock, and the V. F. W. will sponsor and handle arrangements for the event The victors will receive an appropriate reward for their efforts. Miss Julia Dearchs, pictured above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs of Algona, has been appointed head of the Iowa division of the Norge home economics division it was reported here last week. After her graduation from Iowa State College, Miss Dearchs was connected with the Norge organization at Detroit, Michigan, later in Milwaukee, and is now in charge of the home economics work and research in the state of Iowa for the organization. Her splendid school record, plus her rapid promotions are especially noteworthy. Goes to Pomeroy Burt: Pat Rassmussen has ac cepted a position in the Pomeroy creamery and will leave Saturday to begin his work there. Mr. Rassmussen was employed in the Pomeroy creamery before coming to Burt a year or two ago. He has been helping farm the G. U. Fairbanks farm. Burt Auxiliary Meets Burt: The monthly sewing meeting of the Legion Auxiliary will be held Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. The regular monthly meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary will be in the Legion hall Tuesday evening, March 2. Mrs. Wyot Stott Mrs. W. H. Steward and Mrs. Frank Snyder will be hostesses. TELEPHONE LINE MEETING Irvington: Telephone Line 14 will hold Its annual meeting, Feb. 26th, Friday, to hear the annual report and elect officers. A Sensation... The ROUNDABOUT Here*' the latent craze—a new moisture proof sport coat, in U-aut- ilul khade*, shaggy, chic, all-wool c*nu--V» hair material*, just ttie coat you have been looking for and sold exclusively with us at only $24.50 The Chrischilles Store Original Notice In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, March Term. A. !>.. 1397. Jt. .SJoRicn, I'lalntlff, Vs. The Unknown Claimants of Lot Five I in Hlock One (1) of the Original J'lat of Algona, Iowa. Defendants. To The Unknown Claimants of Lot Klve (5) In Hlock one (1) of Thi" Original I'lat of Algona, Iowa: You and each of you are hereby notified that the 1'etitlon of the plaintiff in the above entitled action 1* now on file In the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Koa- auth County, Iowa, claiming of you that h« In the absolute and unqualified owner In fee ilmpl* of the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot Five (5) In Block One (1) of the Original Mat of Bancroft, Iowa. That he Is creditably Informed and helleves that the defendants, aa unknown claimants of the above described real estate, mnke •cime chilm thereto adverse to plaintiff, and asking that plaintiff's title and estate In and to sntd premises be <iulet?d and established In ! 1m. and that each and all of the su'd unknown claimants be barred and forever tiHtopped from having or claiming any right, title or Interest In and to said reul estate or any part thereof adversi- to plaintiff, and for such other ar.d further relief as to the Court may *eem equitable ami juat In tin- prpmlwfK. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second ilav of the next Term iif said Court. I.eing the March. 19:iT. Term of walil • •(.int. to he held «t tie Courthouse in AlKona. KoHHUth County, Iowa, commencing on the 29th day of March, 19.17. default will b« entered against you and decree rendered against you as prayed. MM.I.IVAN. Me MAHON & I.INNAN, S-ll Attorney* for 1'lalntiff. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—White enamel kitchen range, steel top, new grate, clean, good condition.—John Carlson, 618 N. Wooster St. 8* FOR SALE—One practically new Philco car radio, 1938—Call 79. 8* FOR SALE—1935 Cherolet truck with stock rack and grain box.—H. L. Hoenk, Dodge Dealer, west of Court House. 8 FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nicoulin, real estate, AJgona. 7-30* FOR SALE—1935 Dodge Coach.— H. L. Hoenk, Dodge Dealer, west of Court House. FOR SALE—Farm light plants and Batteries.—James Distributing Co., E. State St., opposite Algona Produce, Phone 75, Algona. 5-ti FOR SALE—Famous L'Tatro 6- volt Farm Radio*. We can save you money. See us before you buy —Jamts Distributing Co., E. State St., opposite Algona Produce, Pbone 75, Algona. 6-tl For Bent FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moinw Healed, modern, center of city. 38-tf« Wanted WANTED—To employ man ol good appearance to represent us in Kossutb, Palo Alto and Emmet counties; age 25 to 40 yean. Must have good general education. Salary and commission. Address Box 148, Maoon City, Iowa. 7-8 Lost and Found LOST—Yellow gold Parker wrtat watch, black band, between B«bl- tner's and Borchardt's, Tuesday. Reward. Phone 155. 8 Miscellaneous RADIO SERVICE—Special atten- lion to battery operated receivers. -James Distributing Co.. E. State St., opposite Algona Produce. 5-tf Save inut cream with a Vega sep- urator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $8250. Terms.—Bjus- '.roir.'s, Algona. Iowa. g-tf L. J. Dickinson Critically Sick Formar United States Senator L. J. Dickinson is rallying nicely following A sicnnd operation in a Washington hospital Monday for intestinal obstruction. The first operation for the same trouble was performed about ten days or two weeks ago and be was thought to be recovering when he suffered a second painful attack which necessitated another operation. * L. Call Dickinson, his son, who is an attorney In Des Moines, had been In Washington with his father after the first operation, but returned to his home recently. Since then two of his children, Nancy and Roderick, have been quarantined with scarlet fever and he did not return to Washington for the second operation. Little Rollin Hunter, Jr., of Washington, the three year old son of the Dickinsons' daughter, Ruth, has also been ill, suffering from the flu. Mrs> Helen Dickinson, sister-in- law of the former senator, left Algona Tuesday evening for Washington to be of whatever assistance she could. Mrs. A. Hutchison received a letter this morning from her sister, Mrs. Dickinson, saying that Mr. Dickinson, felt much better after the second operation than the first. State Income Tax Auditor's Schedule P. A. Lonergan, field auditor of the Iowa state income tax collection division, announces that he will operate on the following schedule and anyone desiring help should see him then. Feb. 26, Tltonka; Feb. zi, Algona; March i, Lone Rock; March 2, Fenton; March 3, Whlttemore; March 4, LuVerne; March 5, Wesley. Returns are due at the office of the state board of assessment and review on or before April first Single persons with a net Income of $600 and married persons with a net Income of 11100 are required to file returns. WESLEY WOMAN DIES Mrs. Carl Franzen of Wesley passed away Wednesday afternoon at a Mason City hospital. She had been ill only a few days. Girls Play Day Drew 160, Sat'day Algona was host to 160 girls at a Play Day program, from Tltonka, Swea City, Seneca, Wesley and Ledyard, last Saturday in the local gymnasium. Under the direction of Miss Gladys Preficott, local physical education director, with the cooperation of the school Girls Athletic Association, the visitors enjoyed a program of games and athletic contests. Group competition was held by teams divided Into different colors, with girls from every section split up among all of the teams. CORRESPONDENTS March first is moving time. We would appreciate a full and as nearly complete list as possible of all changes, moving and new farmers In your vicinity for next week's paper. Use Team, Sled Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin, vVebb, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, Fenton, spent Sunday at the parental Harvey Steven home. They reported no storm over their way. They could not go any farther than Sexton by car and Mr. Steven came here for them with a team and sled. RED CROSS CLEANUP A request is made that All outstanding funds which may have been collected for the American Red Cross be turned In at once to C6tt»- ty Chairman C. Paul Carlson ot Algona, for final disposition, Th# county donations have reached f%* 4W, Burt Epworth Rally Burt: About fifty attended the Epworth League rdlly at the M. E. church Monday evening. Delegates from Algona, Wesley, Lu- Verne, and West Bend attended. Rev. A. E. Brlggs, Kanawha, delivered the main address. A supper preceded the evening meeting. Living on Borrowed Blaftd. Can't Make Any Blood ft! Her Own and ha* to be filled op like an anto tank every two week*. Read about this untunal case In The American Weekly, the magazine distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. CLASSES START MONDAY IN DIESEL ENGINEERING at the Algona High School under the direction of Arthur Lukensmeyer of the high school faculty, and In cooperation with the Diesel Engineering School of Los Angeles, California. First class Monday, March 1, 7:30 p. m. DIESEL ENGINEERING OFFERS BIO MONEY TO TRAINED MEN You can still register In time for the first class, CaU Robert O. Arnett, district supervisor, at Hie Hotel Algona. 8* WHAT DO YOU GET FOR YOUR ADVERTISING $ $ ? When you advertise in the Algona Upper Des Moines, your message is costing you only 1 cent per inch per hundred families in your trade territory. A penny post card would cost you $ 1 to reach the same number. Newspaper advertising offers the lowest cost per contact, the greatest possible amount of reader interest to help your ads "pull",'and carries the prestige which every reputable business desires. To say nothing of the fact that newspaper payrolls to the extent of $18,000 per year help to make YOUR cash register tingle merrily every week in Algona. Cover Kossuth County - - - - Use the Newspapers ELMORE ARMSTRONG LEDYARD SWEA CITY BUFFALO CENTER LAKOTA BANCROFT FENTON LONE ROCK TITONKA BURT CYLINDER WHTTEMORE ALGONA SEXTON WESLEY ST. BENEDICT IRVINGTON WEST BEND ST. JOE CORWITH OTTOSEN LUVBRNB Be Wise! Economize! Use Newspaper Advertising!

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