The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1931 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1931
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twenty Years Ago. MoittM-Republican. April 1, 1931 A Standard Oil man was in Ateon^ dlnT^* V'J ed near th e "Milwaukee offfina! 16 CCSt ° f ° !1Ing the SSSSlffi&JllfiS m ° Ved t0 Ale ° na * *™ ** lhe S b l ^ 104 , feet of *»te?ta tee frST from « e f SSfUl BaS We " mus * be hiSeUh T^ ter ', "? a eovernnent nuuetui. Professional eas worfe«ra SK"» way of handling such prZeml which is not available to ourlocaJ operatives, and it is probable that tht< tSSFZSk?* «^ « *5fi a i» * Igmon NoTto-Won-AUTre^ 'KSX^S* ****** John Mesing and his son, Max came ^,7 near being killed when their w t^S h h WW L, <Wv8n bv Ma * went Mr ^f , B brid8 ? north of Bancroft Mr. Mesing was thrown out of the ca and knocked unconscious. Max i " n ' n { u ^. Mr. Mesing was able to >m th neX day althou * h y ery s wrecked. ' C Car Was bad " IRVINGTON NEWS. H , that week. given an w. wadsworth was re- : Mrs. o. W. Pangburn were -«••»—"2 s a couple of weeks in Arkansas and Oklahoma where Mr. Pans- burn was looking over some land The County Savings Bank was tn ferent subjects were to be given bv Professors from the college. y Was being made to 6 ™m r BOW. William Galbraith defeated A M. Jaspenon for alderman for the second ward, 96 to 58. The official " ' w« ' > CIear y; assessor, c. O Simpson; aldermen at large E F' Connor and Leroy Barton" SdSmen ^f, t ,. ward . R^coe Call; second ™rd' William Galbraith; third ward Paxson; fourth ward, Al MS^S^SS,-'"! »s«rd?aFt, i siar 1 . sS-2SS3f^ftW) of vicinity. Miss Annabelle Bordwell of Liver-1 more spent Sunday with her steter Mrs. Douglas Riley and .'--•" '' Mr. and Mrs. Edward t;*,. ''/'Twice as Good DAIRY MAE) BREAD and Made with Doubie Milk Milwaukee Trains Change Time Again. Word was received by Irvinirton I « c ^ ^t^, n /4^ heart j Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butterfield and m visited Thursday evening w\th ahter bread toast i irt ;- . —• -•""• "ccii uue ne ;£ but now arrives at 5: m "'• -_ A. L. Jordon Dyeubi WOK —-,|? ome of Mr. and Mrs. weber. Mrs. Weber will be better remembered as Ella Jordon ' — - and spent Sunday daughter of Mr and M Bowies, minutes later and will t with AT vicinity spent Sunday sssaVsr'fissra^s s^s^s^&g^ss? Mrs- nS «* 1 ™^ 1 ss i to£." iid tended by a nnmhor. «c AI ,nr a . u' e s later and dmnn t>m -i~^ -T Mr. and Mrs. Gporcrp trnio^ „ torrh George HUler to Corwith last Tuesday. They have Jived here for the past five yews and LUVEENE NEWS rea toast s uneen and burns a8 evm ' perfect toast. bums ln s P° te ' Onl y Perfect bread makes Buy Dairy Maid Bread We are also making a wonderful loaf of Blue Ribbon Bread at 5c , , -ir- We sn er of Fort Dodge visit- relatives here last week. of Akron is visiting In T . L. Eustace and i "»»« I say 'Howdy neighbor! 9 • • * • I mean it" ® "My neighbor and I both take our butterfat, eggs and poultry to the nearest ^wiit & Company produce plant and get spot cash for them. It makes no difference how much we raise, Swift & Company takes it at the going market price as fast as we can deliver. "Swift & Company employes give me the same treatment as they do my neighbor. I here are 200,000 of us who deliver our produce to the Swift & Company plants. "It ; makes a smooth-running, cooperative system which works for the best interests manufacl:urer and consumer. George Marty and Union meetings are being held In -ae Methodist church each evening ex cept Monday until after Easter Sun- f a y- Rev. Lease of Algona is conduct' ing the services. The J. p. p. club met Wednesday evning of last week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams. Rook was the diversion of the evening and a lunch was served. XJS^ £r?h er> TMr ', "^ *«* Wilson rf^f,' ^nur Legler and Mrs. P c "^ty,drove to West ConcordTMfcme-' ^Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mss Laura Dingier, a niece of S? Th^^S} 8063141160118 sltower was Blven on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Kelsey Burtis in honor of Miss r ' ence Wermerson, whose marriage take place in the near future The STSf* 1 ? ^ PleasanOysSent, a?d tne bride-to-be was the rectnipnf «f many beautiful and useful ffte. "* ° f Notice to Contractors. will &/£&?*• *'SgM w, or the 5th p. M. containing 182 ^3&S£ZS^^£ condemnation is sought tag purposes: A way for primary road i^-sr^SSSs; S.«nsss«»asjs .•SSiMrJiaia.. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and baby /SPRING IS DE SEASON\ ^ —AN' ALSO ^\ /WHEN EVERYTMIN'TAKES/ COLO A7?INPLLIENZA\ Ly^=^^^\ X 06 Bi*i>s,ug3EEs-' / PCUrtDTnurcnu I r« The YV^facturer (that's Swift & Company) has p tremendous souTce of S y r g ? tlng the best that>3 Produced Swift also has a great distributive system that supphes reta.lers all over the countrj! fnnH f * e n«t foods, m a fresh and sanitary condition, much of it grown and prepared right o?n A Producer" iJiiiiB^ Swifts Premium Quality Brookfield Premium Milkfed Chickens and Golden ^ owl prepared by Algona people. On sale by local dealers. • 'i QT> • ^-^' i^ ES.NOR1DN&SON V COMES IN HANOV OES' ^ ^. SAME,' S ~V( ^%-A *5Sg: «(((* -----— may be secur- of the county engineer 1, Iowa. ' March 23, 1931, di do BERTHA E. JOHNSON, -** County Auditor. Notice of Probate of Will. In district court March term, 1931. State of owa, Kossuth county, ss. No! "V*. t#>t rubbei? Y ° U Can>t 8tretch c °al like '•u wi whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Martin J. Dammann deceased, dated January 13, 1831, having been this day filed opened and read, the 13th day of Ap- Wm ; J? fixed for hearing proof of same at the court house la Algona Iowa, before the district court of said ™y °T the clerk of said court; and ,-. ten o clock a. m., of the day above 'mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to an"*" SM"?"! Cause> u any thev hav 6 ' «*<* instrument should not be and allowed as and for the and, Testament of said de it Algona, Iowa, March 12, j CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. rn° L S5k$*!W«' OWto.l Notice. " seed oats. Inis is extra fine oats. MIKE LOSS Phone 18F12 Algona, Iowa. Bargains in Used Cars KOHLHAAS BROS. | a star Expert Body and Fender Work AUTO MARKET

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