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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 26, 1930
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 26,1930 Algona Hi Lights VOL. t ftLGOWA. IOWA, HOTEMBER *9, O30 NO. i •It Meet Citeratel (•«»•«•* M we! M toieated writers U make a rood paper." Atnu. Taken from the "Sunshine . .An alibi la a piece of dough irhloli mrted out to be a blicuit and ended M9 a pancake. An alibi Is a worthless substitute for an achievement. The World is roughly divided into two claw«T those who use alibis and those who get the thing done. It la remarkable bow expert an alibi shooter becomes. Ab first he tries one single little alibi to save him from the consequence* of failure. It works. The thing seems so easy that next day he finds himself shooting two alibis to explain two failures. The thing becomes a passion. eventually all the skill, energy and ability of the Individual la directed toward the Inventing of necessary excuses. The alibi shooter la the man who has a luncheon engagement with you at 12:30 and blows In at 1:15 all out of breath, but not out of excuses. He la also the chap who la due back from a vacation Monday and wires Tuesday noon: "Missed train, return, tomorrow." When you give an alibi shooter an assignment he is always careful to mention all the difficulties, and spend all his time manufacturing excuses Jn case of failure. Unconsciously from that time on he shapes his career towards failure Instead of toward success, GIRLS' SPOKTS. Stunts and tumbling exercises are going to be started next week. There will be three squads who will each elect a leader and choose a name for their section. It Is rumored that there will be "stiff necks" and maybe a few cases of "rheumatism." Miss Stubbs Is charging a fine of five and ten cents for clothes left out of lockers. This will be a lesson to careless people, we hope. •» the If ew Building. As one passes the new high school building, one sees that the marble slabs have been placed above the entrances. The Inscription above the main entrance on the west side is "These doors are open to all who wish to learn;" and above the entrance on the east side "Education is the foundation of the state." IN CLASS ROOM. Declamatory Tryonts. On Saturday morning the seventh •and eighth grades declamatory try•outs were held. In the oratorical di- •vlsion, John Christenson, MarJe Nordstrom, Irvln Behrends, James Chubb, Maurice Michel and Russel Cook were placed; in the humorous division 1'el- en Frankl, Shirley Ellsworth. Oorothy Marty, Elizabeth Coleman, Edith Reader and Pauline Turner; in the dramatic division, Isabelle Greenberg, Durwood Baker, Frances Barker, Ella Mae Johnson, Esther Taylor and Audrey If you have seen the seniors and juniors of the discussion class wandering around the building with a preoccupied air, you will know that they were planning their twenty-five minute talk. The important topics of these "top-lofty" students were about raco prejudice, immigration, crime, newspapers, Miovies and unemployment. We understand that Lyle Runchey felt sighted because he as allowed only twenty minutes In which to tell the class about "Prosperity." A trial debate was held Friday after school. The subject was "Resolved, the chain store is detrimental to the best interest of the American people." A lively debate ensued with the affirmative side victorious. The manual training pupils have been spending this week making tabor- ets. We hope that the fingers which were cut in making them will soon be healed. The freshman general science clashes have been working with microscopes. Thanksgiving Vacation, The pupils and teachers will enjo a two day Thanksgiving vacation. Am ong the Algona high school teacher who will spend Thanksgiving with the parents are the Misses Alvlna Millc and Esther Quinby of Cedar Falls Miss Leona Krampe of Baxter; Mis Helen Stubbs of Des Moines; Mis Frances Duhigg of Emmetsburg, an Miss Frances Messer of'Humboldt. The Misses Grace Miller and Flo Horn will go to Sioux City to visit wit friends. Miss Ruth Krelkenbaum wil leave Wednesday evening for Chlcag for an over-Thanksgiving visit wit friends. Adrian Burmelster will vis] with friends in Menomlnee, Wisconsin Miss Ruth Messenger will join friend at Swea City and with them she wil motor to Sioux Falls, South Dakota Wednesday evening to be the Thanks giving and week end guest of Mis Jean Saul, a Cornell College ' friend Miss Nancy Ruth Renaud plans tc spend her vacation in Minneapolis wit! her aunt. Mr. and Mrs. David Ware are driving to Red Oak and Shenan doah. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Bonham will leave Friday morning for Earl hum for a week end visit with Mr Bonham's parents. BOYS' SPOKTS. The Thanksgiving day football gam is promising as both teams are in gooi fighting condition. Contrary to thi old proverb, we hope the Bulldog's bite The different kinds of soil have been ls worse th ' an hls bark . Ag lt ls the under observation. last game of the season, we hope ev- Eugene Kelly, a pupil of the ancient e rybody will turn out r*f-n*t«* Mlnnn n*rVi 11* t Irirl l*t« ..I.JIt J •» ^ _ «* Moulds. Tuesday evening at seven-thirty history class, exhibited his skill In modeling with clay a fine speciment of dinosaur. This animal lived thousands of years ago. The idea was taken from a Sinclair oil advertisement. "Resolved, One derives more good from seeing a movie than reading a book," this was the question which Lula Huenhold, Dorothy Taylor, Anne Oilllngham and Irene Pentecost debated Friday afternoon with Charles Lund, Mike Elbert, Lyle Runchey and Joe Jordan on the negative side. A lively debate ensued from which the affirmative emerged triumphant. They were proclaimed victors by Helen Morrow, Eugene Nelson and Bob Cliff, as the judges. GRADE NEWS. three from each division will be chosen to represent the school in the triangular contest against Humboldt and Eagle Grove. CORRIDOR CLIPPINGS. There have been quite a few pupils absent the past week on account of flu. Roselia Loss was absent from school Monday., She was called to Iowa City "*tO"~Be"" at the bedside of her mother, who Is seriously 111. Everett Bowman, a sophomore, shot himself In the leg while hunting last Friday. In manipulating the gun, • bullet was shot which hit the railroad track and rebounded hitting him In the calf of his leg. The bullet has not yet been found. A Thanksgiving day fairy tale, "The Prickly Prince," is to be given by the fourth grades at the Congregational church Wednesday afternoon. A Thanksgiving program will be given Wednesday afternoon by Miss Hullerman's sixth grade pupils. The program will consist of a pageant, "The- Queen of the Harvest" and three plays "Wanted: A Grandson," "How the Indians Planted Powder" and "Pumpkin Pie Peter." Miss Hullerman's pupils have been writing interesting compositions about famous men and women born in November. They will give floor talks about three pictures painted by Boughton, "Pilgrim Exiles," "The Return of the Mayflower," and "Pilgrims Going 10 Church." Thanksgiving posters were made for the occasion. One of Miss Wallace's pupils, David Goodnow, Is movtag to St. Paul this week. Tommy's first school report card read, "trying." The second report stated "still trying." The next report, however, dashed all hopes to the ground. It read "still very trying." There are nine senior boys who are playing their last game on the home football field: Claire Blossom, Kenneth Samp, backfield; center. Louis Moore; end, Ostrum; guard, Otis Barr and Lyle Runchey; line, Merril Parsons; Evnryl Adams, and Joe Jordan. BOOK WEEK. The Algona high school celebrated book week in an appropriate manner last week. Miss Krampe's English classes had a book guessing contest. This was made up of ninety posters, each representing a scene from some book. There were unnamed, but each was numbered. The pupils were given sheets of paper and requested to try to guess the names of the books. The winner was Darlys Knudsen, who, guessed fifty-two books. Jane Hemp^ hill was a close second with fifty corJ rect titles. J Miss Duhigg's class wrote short stories with hidden titles. The winner has not yet been decided. Friday afternoon twenty-five posters were taken to the assembly and everyone was allowed to guess. The winners will receive a book of his own choosing, named. The winner has not been FACULTY PABTY. A faculty party was given at six- thirty Wednesday evening in the form of a "radio party." The committee was Miss Ruth Krelkenbaum acting as chairman and the Misses Esther Quinby, Alvina Miller, Dora Carson, Eileen ortman, Opal Knox,-Mrs. Ovenney- er, and George Johnson. A three course dinner was served. Later in the evening the committee gave a radio entertainment imitating the various stations. Buy Yourself a at New Truck Service in North Kossuth. Bancroft Register: Bancroft now has truck express service which went Into effect Monday of this week The truck comes to Bancroft Immediately after the morning train arrives at Burt and returns in the evening in ample time to make connections with the south boud train. Heretofore Bancroft express has been handled by the local freight trains which has made the service irregular and most inconvenient. For the present service will operate only between Burt and Bancroft, Ledyard and Elmore business men not having so far expressed a desire to receive such service. Corwith Man Finds Buffalo Skeleton. Hustler: While Fred Trenary waa plowing up a tract of virgin prairie west of Corwith he unearthed the skeleton of a buffalo which was found a few inches below the surface of the ground. The plowshare broke up some of the bbnes but the bones of the head are in an excellent state of preservation. The animal must have been it bip; one as the horns measure twenty-eight inches from tip to tip. Prepare your car im\v fur winter driving. A Jill oi' -Motioiiioior (ilyceratod ^ear grease will make your car handle much easier. For added comfort Iry a Tropic Aire hot water heater. Prestone or (ilycerine will end your worries over the car free/in^ up. We carry a full line of k>;uition parts, hearings and replacement parts. Buick, Oldsnuobile, Pontiac and Whippet Located South of Algona Hotel Phone 714 Notice to Landowners. In Emmct-Kossuth Jt. Drainage District No. 2 of Emmet and Kossuth Counties, Iowa. To all persons and corporations owning lands or other real estate assessed for benefits within Emmet-Kossuth Joint Drainage District No. 2 of Emmet and Kossuth counties. Iowa: You and each of you are hereby notified that the engineer in charge of the construction of the improvements within said Joint Drainage District did on the 13th dav of November, 1930, file with the boards of supervisors of Kossuth and Emmet counties, his report certifying that work done under the contract of A. R. Eno, Rockwell City, Iowa, for clean out of open ditch, has been completed in accordance with the terms of said contract, that the boards of supervisors have fixed the 3rd day of December, 1930, at 2:00 p. m., at the court house at Estherville, Iowa, as the time and place when the board of supervisors of Bmmet and Kossuth counties will consider said report and determine whether the board should accept .said report and accept said work as completed in accordance with the provisions of said contract and whether (he said contractor should be paid the balance due under said contract as provided by law. That any party interested in the said district or the improvement thereof nmv file objections to said report and .submit any evidence- tending to show why said report should not be accepted " By order of the Boards of Supervisors, Emmet and Kossuth Counties, Inv/a. Dated at Alsona, Iowa, this 21st day of Novc-'iiibcr, 1930. BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor Knsfuth County. DOROTHY KLOPP, County Auditor Emmet County. Notice of Probate of Will. State of Iowa. Kossuth county, BS. No. 3426 in district court, November term, 1930. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and testament of August A. Becker, deceased, dated March 17, 1927, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 8th day of December, 1930, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the court house in Algona, Iowa, be- 1 foro the district court of said county or the clerk of said court, and at nine o'clock a. in. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last will and testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 6, 1930. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of district court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Attorneys. 22-24 Wesley News Items Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Olsen drove to Mason City Saturday where they spen the day. Rev. Bernsten will conduct Thanksgiving services Thursday evening at the Congregational church. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Burke of Milford drove to Wesley Sunday where thoj were entertained at the H. J. Braley home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward drove to Rochester Sunday where he wen' for re-examination and for furthe: treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and Allen drove to Ledyard Sunday where they spent the day with his mother, Mrs John Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kouba, Jr., moved into their new home the first part of the week. George Miller of Algona was the contractor. Miss DeEtta Hall, principal of the Forest City high school, spent Saturday and Sunday here with her father and brother, Rodney. Mrs. Peter Skow who has been 11 at the home of her son, Silas, the pasl two weeks, was able to return to her own home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson and Shirley Ann of Hobarton were Sunday guests at the home of her broth- ei, Ernest Hutchison Mr. and Mrs. Erick Ludwlgsen of Jackson, Minnesota, spent Sunday as guests at the Olaf Funnemark home. The two ladles are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. J. Studer of Corwith were Sunday visitors at the home of theii parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Lease. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gesme of Emmons and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gesme of Lake Mills and families were Sunday guests at the home of their sister, Mrs. L. L. Lease. Rev. C. H. Moore and wife left on Monday for Madison, South Dakota, to spend Thanksgiving week with their daughter, Mrs. George A, Wenk, and family. Esther Barton of Algo-na attended the Rebekah lodge meeting Friday evening and gave a very interesting re- rx>rt of the convention recently held at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs.' N. C. Nelson and two daughters were Sunday visitors at the lome of her uncle, Jacob Hauptley. Miss Louise Hauptly also spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich left Sunday for Cedar Rapids where they went to attend the funeral held Monday for one of his uncles. They ex- lected to return home Tuesday. Mrs. Julius Kunz entertained her rldge club Tuesday afternoon. Two ables of bridge were enjoyed and a ice lunch served at four-thirty added much to the pleasurable afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy and /Ilss Patricia Miller, who makes her ome with them, drove to Williams on uriday to spend the day with Paty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. MUI- A number of the Methodist church ncludlng F. A. Diekmann, H. M. and .aymond Hanson drove to Algona on unday evening to attend the Broth- rhood meeting held in the Methodist tiurch there. Ray Huber and his mother, Mrs. J. Huber, formerly Lydla Loebig of Bufalo Center spent Sunday at the home f her brother, E. N. Loebig. Gene and is sister left for Eldora and other oints In Iowa for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolf, who now ve in Corwith are the parents of a aby girl, Mary Louise, born to them n November 6. The Wolfs have seven iris and three boys, all which goes to lake a merry family group. Mr. and Mrs. William Platt and fam- v moved their household goods from lie Albert Monson home Saturday to Upona where they will make their ome. He Is working as a 'carpentei rider the McMurray Brothers. Mrs. John Amesbury and Mrs Walice Benton will entertain the Laches id at the Amesbury home Wednesday, Derember 3. About four dollars was ealized from the pot luck lunch served t Aid in the church last week. Rev Erick Bach who spent a week n the Vigso Kiilsholm home, retiirn- d to his home at Ludington, Michi- an Wednesday night after being cal here due to the illness and deat.i hL wife's sister, Mrs. Kiilsholm. Mr and Mrs. Matt Laux received /ord'Monday morning announcing the rrival of a baby boy at the home of he r daughter, Mrs. Anthony _ Seller. outh of Sexton. This makes the Seila nice little family of three boys nd two girls. Albert Monson, who has been very 1 with pleurisy and ulcers of the tomach the past two weeks, remains in bout the same condition. He is able o be up and about the house part of le time but suffers much discomfort great share of the time. Mr and Mrs. William Plathers of Velton spent a day last week visiting t the Carl Hanson home. Their aughter, Lena, is married to Howard lanson and lives at Kanawha, where hey had been visiting days previous their visit to Wesley. Bradford Daggett of Mason City pent several days here last week vis- ing numerous friends in this - vicl- Ity The Daggett family were some f the earliest settlers in this com- lunity and have many friends here Us sister, Mrs. Alice Heal, lives at Dayton, Texas. George Zumach of Las Vegas, New lexico, spent several days here last 'eek with his aunt, Mrs. Michael Winert He is a son of August Zumacn nd attended to business In connec- ion with the farm owned and former- occupied by the Zumach family, iuth of town. Charles Kraus and children attend- d the funeral of Mrs. George Huhn, lother of Mrs. Kraus at Manly Satur- ,av Mrs. Kraus, who had been with icr mother the past two weeks, renamed for a longer stay in Manly to ic'p care *.nr her grandmother, wno is HiiC in health. The D. of A. lodge sponsored a bridge aid five hundred card party "t the odge hall Wednesday night. Mrs. All Studer won first prize in the former nd Mrs. Young, who cut for the prize with Win. Frimml, won first prize in ,ve hundred. Refreshments were serv- d about eleven o'clock. Emil Wester drove to Ames today to et his daughter, Anna, who attends owa State College and who will spend Thanksgiving season at home. Richard Lawson, who also attends the school will return with them for a visit at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Susie Gray, and with his father, Homer Lawson. A large number of the Congregational church people surprised Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark e,t their home north of town Monday evening when they dropped In with filled baskets to enjoy a six o'clock supper with them. The occasion was in celebration of their twentieth wedding anniversary. Superintendent and Mrs. E. R. Swanson entertained their evening bridge club Sunday evening. Three tables of bridge were played at which Mrs. Louis Goetz won first prize for the ladies and J. F. Cooney for the men. Herman Bode scored low and was consoled with a prize. Mrs. Swanson served delicious refreshments late In the evening. Clinton Young, brother of Bob Young who now lives near Tltonka, came down from his home at Miles, Montana, this week to make a visit with relatives and friends. The Younps are uncles of the Seefeld boys and he spent part of his time at their homes. Clinton was entertained at the Preston Chapin home Wednesday evening for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Studer entertained eight couples at bridge Sunday evening. Henry Looft won first prize and Victor Loebig, second high. The guests Included the Fred Loofts, Geo. Aldrlches, Henry and J. L.Haverlys, Alf Studers, Charles Murphys, Victor Loe- bigs and Henry Loofts. Mrs. Studer served an elegant lunch shortly before the .guests left for their homes. Mrs. Tucker of St. George, Kansas, has returned home after a visit with Eva McCall and other relatives here. She came especially to attend the funeral of her brother, Otto McCall. While here she also visited her brother, John at Winnebago, Minnesota, and was ao companled by Miss McCall and Clare, also Raymond McCall, of Mason City, Lloyd and Myrtle of Flint, Michigan. Mrs. John Ormsby spent from Saturday until Monday at Forest City with her mother, Mrs. Sarah McCrodden. Her brother, Emmett McCroden, who was seriously hurt In an auto accident two weeks ago, la expected to return to Forest City from Chicago In about a. week to recuperate at the home of his mother." One of his sisters, a registered nurse, has been caring for him. Ralph Faircloth of Grlnnell arrived here Thursday to join his family, who are making a visit with Mrs. Faircloth's parents, the William Hutch- nsons. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. Lohr, Veva and Doris, and Mary Hutchinson of Fort Dodge, came up to spend the day with'their parents, and were made to feel at home when their mother served a jolly Thanksgiving dinner at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Downs are re- ioicing over the new arrival of a baby girl, Marcia Ann, welgjht eight and one-half pounds; born to them Thursday evening at the Algona hospital. Drvllle, who is a plumber in Indiana Harbor, Indiana, and who has spent he past three weeks here, left Sunday night to resume his duties in the east. Mrs. Downs will be remembered as Miss Leona Roskopf of St. Benedict. Heaters Hot Air and Hot Water Heaters for All Cars Seat Covers for 1929 and 1930 Chevrolet cars, were $13,00, while they last $7.00 put oil. Alcohol and Prestone Freezing Solution 1929 6 cyl. Cliev. coach 1929 6 cyl. Chev. coupe 1926 Chevrolet sedan 2 Ford one ton trucks 1928 Dodge sedan '29 Model A Ford tudor 1928 Model T Ford sedan '29 Model A Ford coupe KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa. Many Pheasants Invade Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lamprlght were down from their home at Mankato, Minnesota, last Thursday for a short visit. Charley says that a strange thing happened up there the other day when literally thousands of pheasants flocked Into the northern part of the town and settled down as though they were tame chickens. The gardens and yards were full of the beautiful birds and many were picked up and captured by the householders. There was no storm or snow to drive the birds to take shelter in the town and their appearance is a mystery. The Andrews Post, No. 428 of the American Legion were hosts to the county meeting of" the American Legion boys last Thursday and staged their meeting and party at the Kleinpeter hall. The boys had laid covers for one hundred guests but only about half that number were there which was attributed to the rainy evening and the short notice which the posts in the county nad been given The business meeting was held earlier in the evening and was called for the purpose of electing officers for the county association. H. A. French of Titonka was re-elected adjutant and finance officer. Wesley Aviators Buy New Plane. News-World: On Monday evening of this week J. A. Hauptmnnn arrived home from St. Louis, Missouri, by way of Minneapolis with a strictly modern Curtiss-Robin monoplane. The plane is equipped with a 200-horse power Challenger mo»or, electric lights for night driving, starter and brakes. This gives the Wesley airport, Francis and J. A. Hauptmann, two enclosed planes. This port has a three plane hangar and one of the best landing fields in the state. Few towns, if any, the size of Wesley, can boast of an airport equal to this one. First Lutheran Church. Divine services Thanksgiving day at ten-thirty. For Sunday: Morning worship at 10:45 and Sunday School at three p. m. The Dorcas Society bazaar will be held on December 3 afternoon and evening. As refreshments waffles and coffee will be served. Popular Excursion to Notice of Probate of Will. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. No. 3427 in district court, November term, 1930. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Katy Plathe, deceased, dated March 8, 1929, having 1 been this day filed, opened and read, the 9th day of December, 1930, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the court house In Algona, Iowa, before the district court of said county or the clerk of said court; .and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last. will and testament of said deceased. I Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 12, 1930. CLARK ORTON, Clerk nf District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. A, Hutchison, Attorney. 22-24 November 28-29 Account International Live Stock Exposition For going trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains leaving Friday, November 28, and Saturday, November 29, (also until 3:55 a. m. Sunday, November 30.) For return trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains scheduled to reach original starting point not later than midnight of Monday, December 1. Exception—Excursions tickets will not be good on trains Nos. 17-18-11-22. Children Half Fare. No Baggage Checked. For full particulars and tickets apply to Agent Chicago & Northwestern By. 1728 Notice of Probate of Will. State of Iowa. Kossuth county, ss. No. 3428 in district court, November term, 1930. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Louisa M. Keith, deceased, dated August 22, 1930, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 9th day of December, 1930, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the court house in Algona, Iowa, before the district court of said county or the clerk of said court and at 9:30 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said in"RUPTURE ~ Don't submit to avoidable operations or the use of antiquated trusses, as they all set where the lump is and not where the opening is. The opening is seldom larger than a dime (no matter the size of the rupture), and all cases can be retained with the end of a lead pencil. 3 "The Spermatic Shield-Complex In combination with the Retainer-Sim plex (Patent No. 747247 and other pa tents pending)—a scientific achieve ment in a highly specialized art. 11 will not only retain any case of rupture perfectly, but contracts the opening lr 10 days on the average case. 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Dearborn St., Chicago. ___ t __ —famous the world over Pinaud's Shampoo Leaves your hair lustrous, healthy, and not too dry! At your dealer 1 ! — or semi 5 oc for full-size bottle to Pinaud, Dept. M., 210 E, 11 St., NewYork. [Sample bottle free] strument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last will and testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 12, 1930. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. A. Hutchison, Attorney. 22-24 Notice on Contractors. J Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the secretary of the board of directors of the Independent School District of Algona, in the county of Kossuth, in the state of Iowa, until 2:00 p. m., Monday, December 15, 1930, for furniture and equipment for the high school building now under construction in Algona, Iowa. Specifications may be seen at the office of the secretary of the Board of Directors of Algona, Iowa, and copies of specifications will be furnished to contractors upon application to Proudfoot, Rawson, Souers & Thomas, Architects, 810 Hubbel Building, Des Moines, Iowa. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to materials, products, supplies, provisons and all others articles produced, manufactured, made or grown within the state of Iowa. The board of directors reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the board of directors. MARY E. MITCHELL, 23-24 Secretary of Board of Directors. H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, Iowa Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 32-tf He jspital Tested Recommended by doctors and nurses. Cleansing, refreshing antiseptic for women. As a deodorant, it prevents embarrassment. Sold by druttuu Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash Lydla U. 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