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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, October 15,1930 Twenty Years Ago. Mrs. H. Nlelander of Lansing, Iowa, was visiting in Algona at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles. Mrs. George Schnell of Toledo had been visiting for several days at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bestenlehner were the parents of another fine baby daughter who arrived October 5. This was the second child. County Auditor Bertha Johnson, who was at the time the efficient stenographer in Attorney J. L. Bonar's office, was spending a week In t. Paul visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom were congratulations from their friends upon the birth of a daughter, Tuesday, October 3. The item adds, "May the little blossom never fade." Lewis H. Smith and Mrs. Wm. K Ferguson had returned home from their western outing trip where a month's recreation had been of much physical benefit to them as well as 6 season of enjoyment. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson had returned from Des Moines where they spent a few days visiting with relatives and attended the wedding of Miss Maud Dixson, daughter of a former Algona superintendent of schools. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan had entertained the teachers of their son, Clemmer, also Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ov- crmyer and a few of the lad's friends, In honor of Clemmer's thirteenth birthday. The event was a pleasurable one. Sullivan <fe McMnhon and E. A. Mori- Ins had obtained possession of one of the noted Chlrurg-Ames farms east of Galbraith. There Is 280 acres in the piece but It lacks good Improvements. Tile consideration was around $50 per acre. A clipping from the LuVerne News stated that O. J. Stephenson, Max Herbst, Theo. Chrischllles, J. L. Bonar, Dave Haggard. J. A. Brownell and Mrs. Herbst and Mrs. M. P. Haggard were in LuVerne one afternoon making the trip down there from here in automobiles. Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wehler had been spending several days at Elkader, McGregor and Guttenberg. Iowa, visiting relatives. The trip was made in the Falkenhainer auto, and the fine weather and good roads added much to the pleasure of the party. Gardner Cowles of Des Moines and E. J. Murtagh of Algona had attended the third quarterly directors' meeting of the First National Bank at Swra City. They found everything In the best of shape and are well pleased with the volume of business being done They went from Swea City to Lone Rock to attend another bank meeting. Sherman Little, the young lad who had run away from home and then sent back from Des Moines for money to retrace his steps, had again taken French leave of his parents and friends. With Edward Fohlin as a companion the two lads had started westward not understood that Fohlin had $12 and Young Little about three dollars. With that amounts boys were proposing to make their way across the continent. The adventure may have been beneficial to the boys but it wa s pretty hard on the parents and relatives at home. Popular Young Folks Wed at St. Joe. Livermore Gazette: Miss Mary Hti- bert and Nicholas J. Klein were married on Wednesday morning, October 8th at St. Joseph's church in St. Jo seph, Father Theobold officiating. The young couple were attended by ths groom's brother Peter Klein of Watkins. Minnsota, and the bride's sister, Miss Florence Hilbert. Following the marriage ceremony a sumptuous wedding feast was served to about 160 of the friends of the bride and groom at the home of the bride. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Klein of Watkins, Minne • sola, former St. Joe people, who moved to Watkins some years ago. The groom was born and raised at Watkins. He has been working here for Peter Bormann the past year, and is an upright, steady, reliable young man. The bride is the popular daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert. She was born and raised on a farm near Irvington, but for the past nineteen years she has lived with her parents at their farm home Just north of Livermore. She has always been very popular with the young people of her V&y&8^&%$&^^ At Call Theatre [ Get Acquainted with tne two laos naa sranea wesiwuru HUL. pupiucu ^.^.. «.->- .,-,---0 ,— r-- to be heard of until three days later community and has hosts of friends^ when the family received word from The bride Wore a white satin dre^s Sheldon that the boys were there and with Spanish lace; her trailing veil was on their way to California where fastened to a cap-shaped cornet ot Sherman had a brother living. It was 'pearls and brilliants, trimmed in orange blossoms. She carried a shower ,GAS One complete talkie film will be shown with each show for one week beginning Tuesday, Oct. 14 Farmers General Store R. O, BJUSTROM, Prop. Hobarton, Iowa. Phone 1F11 or- dark blue suit with a ros» boutenare. The bridesmaid wore a pink satin dress trimmed in lace, and wore a head band of brilliants. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and asters. The groomsman wore a dark blue suit with a rose boutenare. The wedding was further celebrated with a dance at the Livermore opera house where they entertained about one hundred people. The young couple will make their future home on a farm near Watkins, Minnesota, after the latter part of November, where_ they will have th° best wishes of their many friends for their future happiness and prosperity. SENECA NEWS 17-18 Corn husking vacation will start on next Monday, October 20. The school will be closed for two weeks. The basket ball schedule for ths teams of Seneca high school is almost complete. The schedule is as follows: November Florence Nielsen of Ringsted, Helen Nielsen and Russell Sharp of Lone ', , Rock spent the week end visiting with [ | friends and relatives in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson and daughter, Doris, drove to Mankato Minnesota, Saturday. ' Everett returned home with them to husk corn for his parents. He Is attending Mankato Business College. November 21, Ringsted at Seneca; November 28, Ledyard at Seneca; December 5, Lone Bock at Seneca; December 9, Whittemore at Seneca; December 12, opn; December 16, Fenton at Fenton; January 9, Fenton at Seneca; January 12, Ringsted at Ringsted; January 16, Ledyard at Ledyard; January 20, Bancroft at Seneca; February 3, Ringsted at Ringsted; February 13, Necessities All kinds of Husking Hooks, husking mitts and gloves. See our line of heaters— Heatrola, Allen and Sunny Boy line. We have also taken on the Hotpoint electric range with prices $90.00 to $150.00. Let us show you this range before yon buy your next stove. KOHLHAAS Hardware LEDYARD NEWS. at Mason City Friday. L. J. Worden and son were callers at Elmore Sunday morning, D. A. Carpenter was a business caller at Minneapolis Thursday. Rev. Johason of Lakota was calling on friends here Tuesday. . L. J. Worden and son were business callers at Lakota Tuesday evening. 1 J. B. Worden of Aigona was a caller Friday at the Leon Worden home here. RESULTS OF POTATO DEMONSTRATIONS Prof. C. L. Fitch Was'in the County and Checked Results of Plots. NITROGEN FOUND TO RETARD GROWTH. Demonstrations Have Been Held lu Kossuth County on the Controlling of Oyster Shell Scale and Results, (By E. R. Morrison, County Agent.) Professor C. L. Fitch, of the Iowa Fruit & Vegetable Growers' association was in the county Saturday, October 11, to attend the Corn and Potato Day put on by the Smith-Hughes class of the Swea City high school. Mr. Fitch spoke briefly on potato growing at the afternoon meeting and judged the potatoes and beets. While here, Mr. Fitch thecked results obtained at the Ray McWhorter farm near Burt and the Tom Cogley farm near Bancroft on potato variety and fertilizer demonstrations. Northern grown Cobblers yielded 286 and 233 bushels per acre on these plots compared to other varieties which yielded averages of 215 down to 140 bushels respectively. Fertilizers used included 0-20-0; 0-9-27; 0-12-12 ana 2-12-12, which gave little gain over the unfertilized check rows, owing to the dry weather. Although in the case of :he 2-12-12 where two per cent nitrogen was added there was a decided cut n yield on both plots. This has been ;rue throughout the state according to Mr. Fitch. The addition of nitrogen to a crop seems to stimulate top growth, delay setting of tubers and in a dry season, greatly reduces the yield on tuber or grain crops. On leaf crops, however, such as cao- bage, onions, and celery the stimulation of top growth by the use of nitrogen adds to quality and yield, according to Mr. Fitch. Gain on other fertilizer plots while not large, varied from no gain up to thirty bushels per acre. The results with nitrogen check generally with trials on other grain crops In the county where early setting and early maturity are a desired result and anything that retards such results is usually harmful. Dormant Spraying. Five demonstrations were held on the controlling of oyster shell scale in Hancock, Kossuth and Mitchell counties during the week of April 7, Various combinations including dry lime sulphur and dendrol and Sunoco dormant spray oils were used. Results were checked by H. E. White, extension horticulturalist, September 4 and 5, at which time eggs for the 1931 brood had already been laid. Mr. Nichols has prepared the following report. „ ., Kossuth county—Cooperator, Neil Smith, Algona, Iowa. Used (a) seven per cent Dendrol spray on two trees; (b) fifteen per cent dry lime sulphur to fifty gallons water on two trees. Trees were about eight to ten years old and well sprayed with a bucket sprayer. In September could find no live scale on either treatment. Cooperator—Ed. Chambers, Corwlth. Used (a) seven per cent spray on two trees; (b) dry lime sulphur 15 pounds to fifty gallons- on two trees. " at "the Frank Thornton homeland at |»Km*iaWf«^^ the Douglas Riley home. Mr. and Mrs. David Christian and family of Fort Dodge spent Sunday with Mr. Christian's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Blythe. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard King and family of Emmetsburg and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray King and family of Whittemore spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and family. Notice of Sale of Drainage Bonds. Notice is hereby given that by authority of the board of supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, drainage bonds of said county for and on account of Drainage District No. 177 In the total amount of $21.700.00, bonds to be dated November 1, 1930, maturing In seven (T> equal annual Installments on December 1, each year from 1934 to 1940, both inclusive; with Interest at five per cent payable semi-annually at the office of the county treasurer In Algona, Iowa, on June 1st and December 1st, each year, will be sold at the office of the County Auditor In Algona, Iowa, at two o'clock p. m. on the 6th day of November, 1930. Successful bidder to furnish blank bonds ready for signature and furnish all legal papers and legal opinion. Each bidder must file certified or cashiers check drawn in favor of the county treasurer In an amount not less than three per cent of the amount of bonds offered. Right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Sealed bids will be received up to two o'clock p. m. of said day, at which time open bids will be received. More specific data will be forwarded on application. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this llth day of October, 1930. H. N. KRUSE, 18-20 County Treasurer. Notice of Sheriffs' Sale. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a special execution directed to me from the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 23rd day of September, 1930, In favor of First Trust & Savings Bank of Peoria, as-plaintiff, and against William J. Rotheram and Chas. J. Neumann as defendants for the sum of Thirty Two Thousand Two Hundred Thirty- Five an4 15-100 ($32,235.15) Dollars and costs, taxed at Four Hundred Twelve and 15-100 ($412.14) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Wm. J. Rotheram and Chas. J. Naumann, John S. Thompson, Ida Zilm, Rose Rotheram, Vernon J. Studer, Wilber Studer, Martha A. Naumann, George B. Breese and George G. Breese to satisfy said execution, to-wit: East Half <E^) of Sec- f i \i *~-0^^y&.~ i I kotoqranks , v.-,r£\» i J -/rfar-> ii - I IT for vemembmnce Especially for Christmas Now is the time to sit for the color work. It requires time. Make the appointment today. Peterson Phone 34-W. Algona, Iowa. And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to tlie highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 25th day of October, 1930, at the east door of the court house In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 26th day of September, L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By EVERETT L. HARRIS, Deputy, J, L. Bonar, Plaintiff's Attorney. 17-18 1930. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Duncan, Iowa, September 29, 1930 — D. D. No. 120-7— tunun, m-vYii,. ^»ov ^«" *-'«' — — Joint boards of supervisors of Kos- tion Twenty-Five (25), in Township suth and Hancock counties account — • • -------- drainage tax in the year 1926 and' in the amount of $100.00 in Joint D. D. No. 7-120 and the said Mrs. Lena Dallman has filed with the auditor of Hancock county a claim for refund 1 of said overpayment of $100.00 and the joint boards flnd that the applicant is entitled to said refund it is therefore Resolved, that the claim be allowed and the auditor of' Hancock county be and he Is hereby ordered and directed to draw proper warrant In the amount of $100.00 and deliver same to the Mrs. Lena Dallman. On roll call all members present voted aye. Carried. On motion and second boards adjourned subject to call of the auditors. Carried. CHRIS JACOBS, Secretary. Attest: A. O. CHRISTENSON, Chairman. Drainage District No. 7-120 res- Ninety-Five (95), North, of Range joint Drainage District NO. -i-uu res- Twenty-Seven (27), west of the Fifth pective'iy met at Duncan, Iowa, on above P. M. Kossuth county, Iowa. captioned date pursuant to call of the Rest of lime O, X111JK&LCU ttl/ -TVUlgOLCU, X-CLI1 U0.1J AW, £Q fllty gallOnS- Oil UWU tlCI Lone Rockz at Lone Rock; February 17, orc hard was later sprayed Bancroft at Bancroft; February 21, ..uiphur. girls' county tournament; February 28, In checking results, very few live boys' county tournament. scale could be found on the trees sprayed with Dendrol. A few live scale found on the trees receiving the lime sulphur. These trees were badly infested with scale and at least an other year's dormant spraying is necessary. It was observed that on the lime Mrs. Chas. Hilferty was a shopper su i p hur sprayed trees, last spring some ^ Mo^n nifv VHrtnv Qf tne youll g scale had hatched out and emerged from under the mother scale, but had died soon after. None of these young scale were observed on the branches sprayed with one of the oil sprays. The oil had penetrated un- And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 25th day of October, 1930, at the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth county, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 26th day of September, 1930. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By EVERETT L. HARRIS, Deputy. J L. Bonar, Plaintiff's Attorney. 17-18 captloned date pursuant auditors. There were present from Kossutli . der the scale and killed the eggs, while the lime sulphur spray had not had so much penetrating power. However, the small newly hatched scale cannot settle down on a coating of lime sulphur. It is killed In the process. Mr. and Mrs. Halverson and your present roof a AZARD? W ^t^f ***** Jk. 9 ^""^ ^"^ ^"^ . . . children were callers at Elmore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz were business callers at Mason City Friday. Miss Jones and friend of Chester spent the week end here visiting with Mi.ss Jones' sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton of Alona spent Sunday evening at the Ed. Oampt>ell home here. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry and Mr. and 'Mr.';. Cecil Peterson spent the week end at Minneapolis. Mrs. Charles Junkins of Omaha I ID JL ^/ OUR prcEunt root may be beautiful—but un- JL less it if. fireproof it is not all a roof should be. John;, Manvillt; Riyid Asbestos Shingles, laid right over your piescnt roof will provide absolute security from roof-communicated fire—the cause of 23'.I of all residential fire loss. We can apply these shingles made of asbestos and cement without tearing off the old shingles. This is the modern way to re-roof. We can supply you with colors and blends that will give you the roof effect you want, and, in addition, absolute fire safety and complete weather protection. Let us show you samples of Johns-Manville Rigid Asbestos Shingles. r ]onik For Cuts and Wounds Prevent infection! Treat every cut, wound or scratch with this powerful non-poisonous antiseptic, /unite actually kills germs. Helps to heal, too. came Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenks. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and children of Seneca spent Thursday evening at the Ed. Campbell home here. The Jerry Sullivan family moved here from Armstrong last week. They will live with his mother west of town. The M. E. Ladies' Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Mansmith. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. A farm bureau meeting was held at he school house Friday evening. A fine program was given and a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Montgomery and on, Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl of Forest City spent Sunday at the Ed. Campbell home here. Mrs Montgomery and Mrs. Campbell are sisters. Notice of Sheriffs' Sale. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. FTotice ! s hereby given that by virtue of a special execution directed to me from the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 24th day of September, 1930, In favor of First Trust & Savings Bank of Peoria is plaintiff, and against William H. rterriam, Mettle Merriam and Charles Naumann as defendants, for the sum f Seventeen Thousand One Hundred Seventy-Nine and 76-100 ($17,179.70) )ollar s and costs, taxed at Two Hun- red Forty-Three and 89-100 ($243.8DV dollars and accruing costs, I have levl- d upon the following described real roperty as the property of the said) Villiam H. Merriam, Mettle Merriam nd Charles J. Naumann, A. E. Brown, "*. 8. Basset and John 8. Thompon to atlsfy said execution, to-wit: South- ast Quarter (SE'/i) of Section Twen- y-Four (24), in Township Nlnety-flvc 95) North, of Range Twenty-Seven 27) west of the Fifth P. M. county Supervisors Funnemark, Balge man, Heiken, Morris and McDonald. There were present from Hancock connty Supervisors Oxley, Chrlstenson, and Urich. Joint Board organized by electing Supervisor Christenson of Hancock county, chairman and Chris Jacobs, auditor of Hancock county, secretary of this meeting. Minutes of previous meeting were read and on motion and second approved as read. Whereas it appears from the records of the county treasurer of Hancock county and the report of Paul N. Loomls, accountant, that Mrs. Lena Dallman has made an overpayment of Bowl for HEALTH HUB Recreation Parlor Algona, Iowa 17-29; IRVINGTON NEWS. F. S. Norton & Son § g jcaaaaa ^^ —famous the world over Pmaud's Shampoo Leaves your hair lustrous, healthy, and not loo dry! At your dealer's —or fend 5 oc for full-size bottle to Piiiaml, Dept. M., Z2O E. 21 St., New York. [Sample bottle free] at PUBLIC SALE BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA BOARS Forty head of March and April Boars. T!he big husky kind from large litters. Immune and priced to sell. H. H. GREGORY & SON Rutland. Humboldt county, Iowa, 16-20*-tf Ralph Simmons of Cresco spen Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs George Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton an family spent the week end visiting wit: Irvington friends and relatives. Miss Annabele Bordwell of Liver more is spending the past week wit her .sister, Mrs. Douglas Bilay an family. The Ladies' Aid society met Thursday afternoon at the church annex. Mrs. A. M. Lemkee and Mrs. Johri Cox served. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole of Pine Island, Minnesota, spent Sunday with Mr. Dole's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Miss Corrinne Dutton of Algona spent the past week at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family- Mr. and Mrs. Allen King and family of West Bend spent Sunday visiting Worthq Purpose 1. To pay doctor bills. 2. To refinance your car and reduce payments, 3. To buy livestock or chickens. 4. TO GET OUT OP DEBT _ by grouping scattered bills whore one uniform small payment can be : made each month. PAYMENT SCHEDULE I 50— Kcpay $ 3.55 a }1 OI1 'J' flOO— IU'|i»y » 7.U5 a Month $200— Kepoy $14.10 a Month $300— Hepay 121.11) a Monln Your furniture, auto nnd livestock may bo uncd u» Hecurlty. We will bo ulud to talk with you (confidentially, ot course) about ar. ranging a loan to meet your need), Boo CUNNINGHAM & LACY Algona Phone 6D8 Representing Federal Finance Co. Des Moines Polished Plate Glass Your broken auto door and windshield glass; ue- placed while you wait. Joe Greenberg VWWWVWWWWW IIS" (LBJES Hello Iowa! H. W. POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, low* Long Di»tanc« Hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do ftll kinda of druying and hauling. 82-tt The I wood FOURTH AND WALNUT* DES MOINES, IOWA Iowa's newest and finest low I. 300 roona, all with bath, electric fans, every convenience. Fireproof. Popular coffee shop, artificially cooled. Rates: $2.50 and JS3.00. "You're alivayt comfortable at a ToHguey-McGittn floteP THE RUSSELL-IAMSON, ~ Waterloo, low* THE SHELDON-MUNN Anui, Iowa HOTEL THOMPSON _WartUo|to»7 Mian. [ HoHl Location HOTEL ROGERS. BloomlugtQo, JIL HOTEL PRESIDENT. _W»tjrtoo. l«rw»

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