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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 19,1930 Algona Hi Lights VOL. i ALGONA, IOWA, NOVEMBER 19, 1930 NO. 4 "It takes interested readers as well M talented writers to make a good paper." Borne Economics Classes Entertain. The afternoon class In home econo- -mlcs served a breakfast at 4:15 Monday afternoon. Twenty-two persons attended. The guests were Miss Coate, Miss Dreesman, Miss stubbs, Miss Grace Miller, Miss Wilson and Miss Renaud. The next breakfast was giv- -«n by the first morning; classes at 9:25 Wednesday morning. There were eighteen present Including the guests, .Miss Wilson, Miss Qulnby, Mr. and Mrs. Bonham, Miss Horn and Miss Renaud. The last class of the morn- Ing served for nineteen girls and guests at noon Thursday. The guests were Miss Coate, Miss Krampe, Miss Messer and Miss Messenger. The advanced home economics girls gave a tea at 4:15 Friday afternoon. 'Their mothers and the faculty were guests. Vivian Miller played a violin • solo, accompanied by Jewell Christianson at the ' piano. Bernlce Harrington sang a solo, accompanied by Eleanor Backus at the piano and Virginia Good on the violin. Armistice Day Observed. Sports. The Algona high school classes were Carl Me Un broke his wrist Tuesday. Grade Declamatory Contest, The sixth, seventh and eighth grade declamatory contestants will have their .first try-out Saturday. Eighteen pupils will be chosen, six from each class. On the following Wednesday, nine pupils will be chosen to represent the school in a triangular contest with Hum- •"boldt and Eagle Grove. Miss Dreesman, Miss Coon and Miss Dalllnger • are the coaches. State Convention Attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Overmyer, and the Misses Dorothy Bravender, Grace .Miller and Nell Benedict attended the .state teachers' meeting at Des Molnes Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Duane Dewel acted as substitute for Miss Bravender. dinmissed at eleven o'clock for an hour's observance of Armistice Day Miss Helen Morrow gave an opening speech and Introduced the Rev. Thomas Lutman, the speaker who gave a fitting, colorful and appearling speech about the flag. Following this was a solo by Don smith, accompanied at the piano by Miss Grace Miller. After this the entire assembly arose and faced the east for a moment of silent prayer after which . Bernard Yeomen played taps. In the Class Booms. Miss Horn's general science classes have been discussing glass and the process of making it. Interesting reports were given on the phases of making glass from sand and compounds into the finished product. Specimens of various rocks.were brought to the general science classes and classified under the three different groups, Igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. One of Miss Messer's ancient history .students stated the fact that Pericles was killed in gun. 450 B. C. with a shot Grade News. Miss Coon's seventh grade English classes are having a contest in better speech. Each pupil chooses a topic for an oral report. After all of the talks have been given, a critic points out the errors and suggests methods for Improvement. Miss Carrie Durant spent Tuesday morning teaching art in the grade rooms. Miss Messenger's eighth grade reading class has been studying Foe's "The Masque of the Red Death." Two pupils, Shirley Ellsworth and Ruth Maleug, have drawn pictures of the ballrooms in colored chalk on the blackboard. The ideas were gained from the descriptive passages. Some of Mr. Burmelster's manual training students took home then- first trophies. Some of the articles have attained the luster and finish that only masters know. It was found that the wrist had been cracked since the Mason City game. The city hall and the third ward football teams battled to a scoreless tie recently. Though the two teams were equally balanced a threatening end run by a city hall man for twenty yards seemed dangerous. A third ward "back" downed him. The freshman football team has steadily decreased until there are now only four players. The somewhat changed "first string" back field and line have studied and revised the things that are necessary for the game with Eagle Grove. Basket ball practice is hi full swing, swing. Many of the newly found players have shown marked ability. Jack Hilton, our last year's cheer leader, visited high school Monday and assisted with the yells at the pep meet- Ing. Jack is a freshman at Coe College this year. Corridor Clippings. The Patterson twins, Ivy and Ilda who are sophomores, have been absen from school the past week with doubli mastolditis. So far the only two girls in the high school who have gone out for big game hunting are Adris Anderson and Helen Goeders, who were pheasant hunt- Ing last week. It Is not definitely mown how far they exceeded then* limit. The Normal Training class will have its usual meeting Tuesday at four o'clock In Miss Wilson's room. The senior normal training class has been testing Its ability in story-telling on Miss Wallace's pupils. Miss Viola Kraft spent last week end visiting with Mr. Burmeister at the Goeders' home. Miss Ethel Brannan, a teacher at Emmetsburg spent the week end with her friend, Jeanne Coon. Mr. Ward's agriculture classes have made an Intensive study of annual and perennial foroge crops. Bancroft Man in Leavenworth. Bancroft Register: Chas. R. Johnson, former Bancroft man, who turned out to be a clever artist several years ago, Is now under sentence to Port Leavenworth, having been sentenced on an old check charge by a Detroit, Michigan, judge. Johnson posed as a civil engineer In the employ of the federal government and after making friends with people, usually explained that his expense check had failed to arrive and was thus able to have personal checks of various denominations cashed. An old charge of this nature still awaits Johnson at Fairmont, he having given Herman Wehler of that city a: check for about '$100; some ago. The following clipp e-years was : received here the first of the week by Bert Goddard, who was familiar with the charge filed against Johnson in Detroit. "Charles R. Johnson admitted posing before James Hertsoe and his wife, Betsle, 2179 Hillger avenue, as a civil engineer hi the employ of the bureau of roads of the department of agriculture, and inducing them to cash a $75 worthless check. "This was more than a year ago. Federal agents, seeking him on an indictment, found him In a state penitentiary in Missouri, serving two years for Impersonating a state officer. When he completed this term he was returned. Judge Moinet sentenced him to two and worth," one-half years In Leaven- Mrs. John Frank! of Algona spen Sunday with her parents, Steve Loss of this vicinity shellec corn for Mrs. Rosa Suprgeon Satur day. Wolfe Thinks of The "Happy Days." Titonka Topic: There is nothing wrong—you only think so. When every one has plenty to eat, a good place to sleep and good health—what else can you wish for? We spend more money these days for Joy-riding than all of the people spent for a living thirty years ago. People were happier then than now. H, W. POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, Iowa Long Diatanc* Hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. M-tt Mrs. Roy Blythe has been confine to her bed for the past week. She is somewhat improving. Lucille Dole of Algona spent Sun day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Fred Dole and family. Roscoe Brown and Percy Schlchtl o this vicinity spent Sunday at the horn of Mr. Schichtl's sister, Mrs. Roy Blythe. * 8 Mr; and Mrsv- Ralph -Lee; andj'lamily went to Webster City Sunday where they visited with Mr. Lee's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Lee. Helen Dole, who has been employed at the Walter Ban- home spent Sun day at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley and Mrs Chas. Sankey attended the funeral o Mrs. Sankey's sister-in-law, Mrs. Chas Hewitt of Red Oak Falls, Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hain who have been living in the house of Mrs. Chas Sankey moved into the Clarey place recently oceupied by Mr. and Mrs George Simmons. Mrs. Clifford Schrader who has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs V. J. Schichtl, the post few months left Saturday evening for her home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons who have been residents of this vicinity for the past few months, moved to Rolfe Tuesday, where Mr. Simmons will be employed at the Henry Wigman farm. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond King and family of Whittemore and Mr. anc Mrs. Glen Thornton and family of Mason City spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and family. Mrs. King and Glen Thornton are daughter and son of the Thorntons. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. Gfctrles Rutledge from their daughter, Mrs Ward Spurgeon that their granddaughter had her leg cut off in a car accident. Mr. Spuregon also nad his arm broken. The Spurgeons live in Marysville, Missouri, and were once residents of this place. A birthday party was given in honor of Mabeline Miller, who celebrated her ninth birthday Saturday. The little friends present were as follows: Helen and Adel Lemkee, Arvilla Hudson, Marjorie Riley and Helen Schlltz. Games were played and a luncheon was served later in the afternoon. Polished Plate Glass Your broken auto door and windshield glass replaced while you wait. Joe Greenberg SftAV McElrea Sisters Extensive Travelers. The Misses Eveline and Ada McElrea of Duneadin, New Zealand, who arrived hi Algona a week or so ago for a visit with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison will be in Algona until Thanksgiving when they will leave for visits in the west before starting for their home about Christmas time. Talks of their experiences are very interesting and they have traveled extensively in Europe. Eveline is a teacher of mentally deficient children and Ada is an Instructor in the grades in Christchureh, the third largest city in New' Zealand. During the past year Kvellne.has been in London as an ex- chatige teach"er.' They teach the whole year with six weeks of vacation In the summer and two hi the spring and fall. The two girls traveled throughout Europe visiting Germany, Switzerland, Prance, Italy, Germany and took a trip through 'some of the British Isles, before coming to the United States for their visit. They came to England from New Zealand via the Suez Canal and the trip took them seven weeks. Their father, who visited here about six years ago, has taught forty consecutive years in a teachers' college in New Zealand and is now retired on full pay. Miss Eveline taught hi a rural school near Algona about six years ago and a.lso attended a summer session of the Iowa State Teachers' College. Dr. Peters Bought Burt Garage Bldg. Monitor: Dr. W. T. Peters and A. H Sunkofske, east of Burt farmer, were ;he only bidders for the garage building offered at receiver's sale Tuesday as part of the assets of the closec First National Bank. The bidding die lot last long, Bunkofske dropping oul with a bid of $2,975.00 and the proper,y was sold to Dr. Peters for $3,000.00, the next bid. This is considered to be a bargain. Although the garage premises have >een allowed to run down somewhat, the building Is a substantial tile struc- ure with a fine pressed brick front, t was built by R. J. Grover about welve years ago, and estimates of its ost range from. $10,000 to $12,000. The arage is occupied now by the Gibbons Motor Company and Dr. Peters anti- Ipates no immediate change. )ave and John Lynch Take Bankruptcy. Swea City Herald: Dave and John pynch, who operated extensively in orthern Kossuth county during the and boom ten years ago, in bankrupt- y court at Mankato listed liabilities f $134,722.55, all unsecured. Each lists 50 assets, clairned as exempt. Part. ership assets of $2,612.20 are listed. Creditors are mostly northern Iowa persons and concerns. At Private Sale BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA BOARS Forty head of March and April Boars. The big husky kind from large litters. Immune and priced to sell. H. H. GREGORY & SON a , Rutland, Huraboldt county, Iowa, « 18-20*-W Prominent Farmer Moves to LuVerne. News: Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gronbach will retire from the farm this fall, having traded their 160-acre farm north of town for an eighty-aero tract northeast of LuVerne, belonging to Julius Frost. Mr. Gronbach then traded the eighty for land near Denhart, Iowa. Mr. Gronbach received a cash consideration in both trades. Tha Gronbachs have purchased a lot east of the Gardner garage in LuVerne and will build a chicken hatchery tills fall. Presbyterian Church. Where can you go to find a business of greater importance than that of the church of your community? Then let her burdens be your burdens, breathe a prayer daily to him, who so loved, that he gave his all that his church may ever lighten the dark place in the world. Morning sermon subject, "The Three DELINQUENT TAX SALE NOTICE. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. The following Is a true and correct list of nil Lands and Town Lots In Kossuth County, Iowa, on which taxes for the year 1829 and prior years are due and unpaid as appears from the several tux lists In my office. Notice Is hereby given that unless the taxes, Interests and costs therein are sooner paid, the following described lands and town lots, or BO much thereof as Is necessary to pay the tax, Interest and costs therein, will be sold at the Treasurer's Office In Algona, lown, on the first Monday In December, 1930; said sale commencing at Ten (10) o'clock of •aid day and continuing until all of said lands and town lots In the following lists which have been previously advertised and offered for sale two years or more, and remain unsold for want of bidders, will be sold at this sale, or any adjournment thereof, In the manner provided by law. Dated at Algona, owla. November 1, 1930. HARRT N. KRUSK, Treasurer Kossuth Co. ALQONA INC. DIST NO. 1 ORIGINAL PLAT. Part of Section w . o 5 or Town, Ad- i-l g 5 dltton or Sub- o § I Division g Thos. Henderson 6 Walter P. Dodds et al 7 Ellen Young N 72' 1 N 72' B 1-3 2 L. J. A B. C. Dickinson Ntt fl SU 7 R. A. Palmer N 1-3 3 Call Opera House ....S 2-3 3 Rose & J. O. Slgsbee, personal and M 1-3 3 Carl R. Rhyan M 1-3 3 Bugeno Jordan 1 O. T. Dawson 4 Karl H. Johnson, S 77' ex. B 6' 6 County Savings Bank .... « B. J. Yorker 3 Ellen Young 3 Elmer J. Kolley, personal and 7-8 Bert J. Turner and Viola Ellison 6 Bert J. Turner and Viola Ellison 6 Glenn Russell Cook 3 Glenn liussel Cook 4 H. B. Hist 7 H. B. Rlst 8 H. J. Yorker 1 Thos. Henderson, city pav. 6 Thos. Henderson 6 Thos. Henderson, city pav. 6 Lars Sorenson 8 Helen I. Traugor S'A 5 Oeo. C. Call E W 43' 6 it 5 M I •a i 1928 67.72 fe S 18 20 20 27 20 38 41 41 42 62 65 67 58 68 D9 69 GO 60 64 81 81 81 81 82 85 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1S29 1929 1929 1929 77.24 17.18 64.98 28.57 165.15 67.87 123.JS 2.66 19.07 11.31 37.16 133.10 67.30 5 12.19 6.66 1.03 1.95 .86 4.95 2.04 3.72 .08 .67 .34 1.11 8.60 3.44 .80 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 H 80.71 83.29 18.61 67.3S 29.83 170.50 70.31 127.98 8.04 20.04 12.05 38.67 142.10 C1.14 1929 31.57 2.10 .40 84.07 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1928 1927 1929 1929 3.63 3.63 1.32 1.32 .82 11.66 16.61 33.15 98.17 36.61 109.45 74.32 .21 .40 .21 .04 .04 .01 .35 .49 2.88 ... 18.71 .80 12.06 1.20 7.66 .40 4.46 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 4.24 4.21 1.78 1.76 1.24 12.31 17.40 88.6S 117.61 49.7< 117.41 79.18 County Savings Bank, rd. ex. 1 rd ............. 4 County Savings Bank, paving, N 8 rd. ex. 1 rd. .,, 4 R. J. Wilson ............. 2 Fred Philips .............. 7 All ex. WH SV4 8 Chas. Redomske, paving, B of ry ................... S. R. Durant ............ 6&6 F. H. Slogle .............. F. H._Slagle .............. F. H. Slagle RliiSKRVATION NO. 1. N 8 1 1929 197.9 199.8T 18.44 .40 213.71 1928 1929 6 1929 CALL'S ADD. F. H. Slagle F. H. Slagle, at. F. H. Slagle, st F. H. Slagle, st. 60 70 120 ....... 127 ....... 127 ....... 127 between Blks. 120-127 between Blks. 120-127 between Blks. 120-127 162 1929 1929 1929 1929 1928 1927 16.51 42.67 2.64 ».49 .36 8.42 37.26 192.91 189.49 167.66 .50 .40 17.41 8.96 .08 .80 .40 5143 1.13 .28 .40 10.17 .03 .60 3.12 13.46 36.09 .40 .40 .40 .40 .80 62.38 1.20 .79 9.3! 40.7S 200.77 226.32 221,24 1929 21.83 1.88 .40 24.11 1928 22.67 .80 28.16 183 187 189 192 215 216 217 217 277 1927 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 F. H. Slaglo 3-4 J. H. Palmer, prcsonal and Prank Powlanskl 1&2 Harry A. Lewis, SH of Lots 1-2-3-4 J. H. Palmer J. H. Palmer J. H. Palmer J. H. Palmer, Lots 1-2-3 J. H. Palmer, Lots 6-7-8 John Bauman, S<£ 16 &S% 16 CALL'S & SMART'S ADD. Kate Turner, W% 9 and WH 10 1 1929 Catherine Dooley 2 3 1929 Alfred Soderberg 4 6 1929 CALL'S PARK ADD. D. C. Mahan S% 30 2 1929 INGHAM'S ADD. Lizzie Nugent Ex. S 1%' 10 3 1029 RESERVATION NO. 2. G. S. & C. May Cnmpboll . .3-4 1 1929 Joe Stell 8-9-10-11-12-13 1 1929 STACY'S ADD. N. May StlnHon 13 1 1929 David W. Hasz 4' 2 1929 CALL'S AVB. ADD. Geo. Klein, et al .....\.f.Q • 240 1929 M. Starr, N}4 ex. W 4 rd. N 347.61 1 21.13 49.86 61.33 29.78 6.00 9.41 8.69 8.69 3.63 3.63 17.01 23.78 47.64 12.96 6.97 1.20 4.49 .40 40 4.22 2.07 .54 .66 .51 .61 .22 ,22 .51 . .71 1.43 .39 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 29.30 64.75 (15.95 32.25 6.94 10.37 9.50 9.50 4.25 4.25 17.92 24.89 49.47 13.75 41.29 2.48 .40 44,17 72.17 4.33 .40 76.90 1S.OO 26.83 1.32 12.88 1.35 .80 .04 .77 .40 .40 .40 .40 16.75 28.03 1.76 14.05 38.15 2.28 .40 40.82 Alfred Kresensky, personal and Lot 20 NEVl SB',4 2 W. J. Slgsbee, B 60 of S 9 rd. of W% Lot 7 SEtf County Savings Bank, N 285' lot 1 gov. lot 6 2 Nancy Kuhn, It 2 gov lot 6 2 Eva Seifert, W>/4 lot 7 gov. lot 6 2 Bert Van Treese, EV4 lot 7 BOV. lot 6 ex E 4 rd .. 2 Bert Van Treese, EM; lot 7 gove lot 8 ex E 4 rd . . 2 H. J. Hutchison, lot 8 gov. lot 6 2 H. J. Hutchison, lot 8 gov. lot 6 2 Alice M. E. Nolle, lot 3 SEVi NE'4 11 Hans Sorenson, W% lot 6 11 Margaret Johnson, N 1 rd. of S 4 rd. of \\"A of N 9.07 rd. of lot 3 11 H. L. Turner, W 4 rd. lot lot 6 NW% NE'4, E 4 rd. lot 6 NW',4 NE'/i 11 H. L. Turner, N 4tt rd W 8 rd. lot 8, gov lot 3, N 4 H rd. E 4 rd. lot 9 gov. lot 3 11 Thomas Shultz, beg. at SIC cor. lot 5 Blk. 1 Call's S. Add. S 4 rd. W S rd. N 4 rd. E 8 rd. to beg. NE'/i 242 1929 UNPLATTED. 1.65 .04 .40 2.09 96 29 95 29 95 29 96 29 95 29 95 29 95 29 95 29 95 29 95 29 96 29 95 29 95 29 95 29 95 29 1929 71.21 4.66' .40 76.16 1929 26.01 .78 .40 27.19 1929 1929 37.73 20.64 1.13 .62 .40 .40 39.26 21.66 1929 12.96 1929 13.05 .39 .40 13.75 .78 .40 14.23 1928 12.38 2.23 .80 IB.41 1929 68.36 4.01 .40 62.77 1928 67.13 10.82 .80 68.75 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 38.98 67.80 6.20 6.78 5.78 2.34 1.73 .40 .40 .16 .40 .35 .40 .36 .40 41.72 59.93 6.70 6.53 6.53 1929 14.28 Mrs. Hattlo Kuhn, com. nt pt. 30 rd. S and 2 rd. \V of NE cor. W 10 rd. S 8 rd E 10 rd. N to beg.. 11 95 29 .41 .40 16.11 LUTB A. T. STACY'S ADD. Lute A. T. Stacy 1 1 1929 4.13 Joe Stell 7-8-9 1 1929 6.19 OAK PARK ADD. H. J. Thompson, 45-40-47-48 1829 3.96 PINE GROVE ADD. Edna M. Ferguson 1-2 1929 16.62 HILL CREST ADD. W. L. Martin 18-19 3 1929 8.26 F. H. Slmckelford 20-21 3 8.26 ALGONA INCORP. DIST. NO. 2. John Hegarty, personal and 1.0.3.4.5.0.7.8 71 1929 116.02 David Hogarty 3-4-5-6 72 1929 42.33 B. M. Burllngama 2-3 104 1929 .64 13. M. Burllngame ..N 1-3 4 104 1929 4.16 B. M. Burlingame ..S 2-3 4 104 1929 .60 BANCROFT INCORP. OltlGlNAL PLAT. 1929 20.32 1.22 .40 21.94 .26 .18 .40 .40 .24 .40 4.78 t.Tl 4.60 .99 .40 17.91 .49 .49 .40 .40 8.00 4.00 3.36 .40 .02 .12 .01 .40 .40 .40 Wallace N. King 3 1 Martha Reglna Lynch . . 4 1 Martha Reglna Lyncl .. 4 1 Martha Reglna Lyncl . . 6 1 Martha Regina Lyncl .. 5 1 Martha Reglna Lyncl . . 6 1 Martha Rctcina Lyncl .. 6 1 Ida J. Sarchett 3 2 Ida J. Sarchett 4 2 Ida J. Sarchett EMs fi 2 Frank J. Hatten 7 2 Frank J. Hatten 8 2 Elizabeth O. West 10 2 Laura M. Vamlo 1 8 Laura M. Vando 2 3 B. L. Chapman 7 3 B. L. Chapman 8 3 Yeoman UumeHlead No. 1, N 30' 1 4 Lenora Klnscy 3 4 Eliza J. Llndsey 5 4 J. J. & D. B. Lynch ....10 4 J. J. & D. B. Lynch 10 4 J. H. Sheridan 4-5-6 6 J. H. Sheridan 4-5-6 6 J. H. Sheridan 4-5-6 6 Gertrude J. Hatten 20 6 II, L. Inman 2 7 H. L. Inman 2 7 J. Underkoiler 1 8 Bancroft Commercial Club 1929 1929 1927 1929 1927 1929 1927 1929 IflliO 1929 1929 1D29 1029 1029 1929 1929 1929 11128 1929 1928 1929 1928 1927 1929 15129 1928 1929 1929 2.42 12.49 15.74 12.49 13.80 13.55 14.98 28.67 28.67 8.74 17.34 CS.Iiii 28.60 30.19 3.77 17.80 17.80 24.12 24.00 8.15 7.55 8.15 39.21 52.95 55.37 51.31 1.88 4.08 21.12 G8.86 .40 .40 .14 1.05 6.06 1.20 1.05 .40 4.48 1.20 1.15 .40 4.87 1.20 2.13 .40 2.13 .78 1.45 •(.&!) 2.13 1.81 .22 1.47 1.47 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 2.OR 1.49 1.22 .45 1.71 2.93 12.40 17.33 1.20 3.48 .40 .05 .40 .73 .80 1.67 .40 3.94 .40 .40 .40 80. .40 .80 .40 .80 9.15 9.15 124.42 46.09 1.06 4.68 . 91 2.9G 13.94 22.00 13.94 19.4S 15.10 21.05 31.20 31.20 9.92 19.19 78.(14 SLID 32.40 4.3:1 19.67 19.67 26.58 26.79 10.17 8.40 10.C6 42.57 60.15 73.90 55.19 2.33 5.61 23.19 63.20 HOLLOWAY'S SUB. D1V. OF BLOCK 12 W. T. LOT CO.'S 1ST ADD Thos. J. Murphy 9 12 1929 15.08 1.31 .40 16.79 DAVIS HUB. DIV. OF BLK 13, W. T. LOT CO'.S 1ST ADD. Jennie Davis 2 13 1929 ID.10 W. T. LOT CO.'S 1ST ADD. .91 .40 16.41 W. R. Flnlayson 1 W. R. Flnlayson 2 L. F. Kennedy 6 L. F. Kennedy 6 L. F. Kennedy 6 John Jolderks et al .... 7 John Jelderks, et al .... 7 John Jelderks, et al .... 7 Andrew Boyer 9 Nicholas Scholtea 16 (Continued 15 15 16 15 16 15 16 15 15 15 ill 1929 1929 1929 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 1929 1929 Back of Paper.) 14.00 14.00 12.79 13.55 15.67 12.79 13.55 14.17 1.66 17.34 .40 .40 .40 .80 1.17 1.17 1.10 2.79 5.12 1.20 1.10 .40 2.79 .80 4.62 1.20 .15 .40 1.45 .40 16.57 16.57 14.29 17.14 21.9H 14.29 17.11 19.99 2.21 19.19 Untils of Israel's Blessing." Evening sermon theme, "The Shadow of tin I Gilded Palace." • The Sunday School will be glad to serve your wants with respects to classes and study.—J. L. Coleman, minister. One'* Own Youth The IK-SI way to advance In understanding of the problems of childhood U to reinpmher one's own youth.— Womnn'f I lump ('ompnnlnn. PHILCO Balanced Unit —Battery Radios— Contain all features of highest price radios, Automatic volume control, Philco tone control, 8 tubes, which a 2-volt A-Battery operates one to two months according to use. Be Sure to Hear Its Marvelous Tone Liberal Trade Allowance Sold on Terms Farmers General Store R. O. BJUSTROM, Prop. Phone 1F11, Hobarton. Christmas Mail for Foreign Countries. Many people desire to send parcels for Christmas to loved ones In foreign countries. The post office department has arranged a schedule fpr mailing where the parcel is intendifl to reach its destination by Christmwt. Parcels should be mailed not later than November 21 to China, November to Australia; Greece and Austria, ember 5; Brazil, December 1; II December 7; Denmark, Germany arid Luxemburg, December '10; Norway and Sweden, December 8; England and Prance, December 11 and the Canal Zone, December 12. To make certain of the delivery parcels should be properly and plainly addressed and the postage prepaid. Mailing two or three days earlier than the dates given will do no harm. PLUM CREEK NEWS Mrs. Elmer Jasperson and children spent Saturday and Sunday at Clear Lake visiting relatives. There will be a program and pie social Friday evening at the Mawdsley school of which Miss Genevleve Altwegg is the teacher. Dean Sparks returned Tuesday to Pilcher, Nebraska, where he is employed, after a few days' visit with relatives and friends. B. C. Richard, general merchant of Littleton, Illinois, who Is a brother-in- law of Mrs. Wm. Altwegg, visited here several days last week. Gordon and Robert Staveley of North Dakota and Hubert Staveley, employed on the Elmer Jasperson farm, spent Sunday at the Wm. Altwegg home. The Misses Lucile Stlltz and Helen Pitch and Howard Shorril and Howard Clarke entertained a group of young people at the shelter house at the Call State Park last Sunday evening. Elmer Jasperson, together with his sisters left Wednesday for Olendale, California, where his father is critically ill as a result of an automobile accident in which his son, Oran, formerly of Plum Creek, was the driver of the car. Miss Birdie Schultz, an Algona high school student, spent Tuesday afternoon with Marjorle Johnson. The high. school students were granted a half- holiday, the occasion being Armistice Day. The girls took this opportunity to visit Marjorie's grade school.. INTERNATIONAL LIVE STOCK EXPOSITION CHICAGO NOV. 29 to DEC. 6 Special Reduced Round Trip Fare* Tickets on sale on certain dates between November 27 and December 5. Return limit December 8, 10 and 11. The finest beef cattle, horses, iheep and hogs, champions from every State, will vie for final honors. Agriculture in all her glory will hold forth at the world's farm capital during the week of the Exposition. Don't Miss It I For further particular* ask Local Agent % MILWAUKEE ROAD Order Your Christmas Cards NOW before the big rush starts. We have two beautiful lines from which to make your selection. Ask to see them. Upper-Des Moines Republican

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