Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1942 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1942
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BETTY JOHNSON, JOHN SIMMONS, BANCROFT, WED Bancroft, June 16—Betty Ann Johnson and John Simmons were married last Thursday evening at Fairmont. They have moved to the upstairs apartment in the Mrs. Hazel.. Jenks house. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Simmons was honored with a shower at the Lucille Simmons home. Lunch was served, and the bride received many gifts. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Frank Lichliter and Mrs. Jos. Dixon. Shower for Miss Kramer— A shower honoring Bernice Kramer, who is to become the bride of James Hatten next Monday, was held at St. John's hall Sunday afternoon. Cards were played. Delores Von Bank won high; Mrs. A. W. Murray, low; door, Dorothy Mescher. Lunch was served. Miss Kramer received many gifts. To Be Swimming Teacher— Helen Droessler left last week Tuesday for Excelsior, Minn., to attend a national aquatic school for Red Cross examiners. After the ten-day school she will go to Camp Wabigoniss, Whitefish and Front Lakes, to teach swimming _j._^i_ii_.T_' • i t KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE* ALQONA, IOWA jgpiaiiiiMaB«aiiiiiiiiB*i«ia^ LONE ROCK LOCALS r • Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard returned Saturday night from a ten-day visit at Howard Blanchard's. Lucille Genrich, who has been attending college at' Ames, has returned here for the summer. Bernard Genrich and Jesse Blanchard, also students there were at their parental homes a fwe days returning to' Ames for the summer term. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich attended a county rural letter-carriers' meeting at Lloyd Schenck's at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris spent Tuesday and Wednesday at I Clarence Johnson's, Gowrie. The Roy Chrischilles family, Fenton, spent Wednesday evening at Henry Schroeder's. The F. F. Schroeders, Fenton, spent Sunday evening at Henry's. The Harvey Nelsons and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson, Britt, and the Theodore Jacobsons, Burt, were Sunday dinner Nelson's. guests at William at a Catholic girls' camp. Ex-Bancroft Girl Mother— Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher received word Friday of the arrival of a daughter for Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch, Algona. Mrs. Gisch is at the Kossuth hospital. The baby has been named Madonna Helen. Mrs. Gisch is the former Mary Mescher. Girl for the Lampes— Mr. and Mrs . Harold Lampe are parents of a daughter born Saturday, May 30, at C. J. Stauder's. Mrs. Stauder is caring for mother and babe. Other Bancroft News. The Leonard Schlindweins, Kewanee. 111., came Saturday for a few days with Mrs. Schlindwein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Menke, her sister, and broth- Mrs. Ida Tarbell accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger to Eugene Pearson's, Hampton, Sunday, spending the day. » Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained Sunday in honor of the Mrs. Genrich, Lloyd Schenck, and Ruby Kueck birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Schenck and two sons, Bert and Ruby, were guests. 1 Mrs. Vernon Staehle and her Mo. Mrs. Edw. Priebe, Fenton spent Sunday at George Pettit's Mrs. Henry Kueck, Betty, Melvin, and Ruby, Mrs. Bernard Jensen, and Lucille Genrich spent Friday at Fairmont. Mrs. Ray Snyder and son Dicky went to Elmore Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Snyder's brother-in-law, Percy Cuppernoll, Flint, Mich. Mrs. Snyder and son stayed till Sunday at C C. Anderson's. Mrs. Ida Mitche, Minneapolis, spent last week here with relatives. Sunday Mrs. Dora Laabs and family and Mrs. Mitche were guests at Ed Hansen's, Algona. The Will Hawcotts, Algona, Lula Hawcott, and Selina Clifton, Burt, spent Sunday evening at R. F. Hawcott's. The George Hawcotts, Burt, spent Thursday evening at R. F.'s in honor of R. F.'s birthday. The Elaine Drowns, of Curlew, spent Sunday at the R. T. Angus home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nora Hobson, Burt. Even- ng callers at the former's were Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Chamness, of Union. Marion Smith, Algona, spent from Sunday evening till Wednesday at I. W. Nelson's. El sie Wilrett, Algona, spent Frida and Saturday there. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen the Carl Kuecks, Mr. and Mrs Alfred Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodds drove to Rock ford, 111., Saturday to attend a Kueck reunion. Mrs. Margare ers. Mrs. E. B. Kohnke returned Sunday from two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Eileen Hawkins, Minneapolis, and Mr. Kohnke's mother at Delano, Minn. Lois Saunders, Mendota, 111., came Friday for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmel. Sylvaria Haupert, Fort Dodge, spent last week Monday to Friday at her mother Mrs. Angeline Haupert's. Mrs. Paul Mulligan and her children spent last week at Herbert Trenary's, Ledyard. daughter Elaine, Washington, D. C., arrived Saturday at Edward Blanchard's for a visit, also i " U=k .n. icumun. ivus margare visiting the Fred Genrich, Alex Moser and Mrs. C. L. Weigel, Krueger, and the Lawrence children Ruth and Jerry, Austin, Newbrough homes and other Minn., spent last week Tuesday friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. and Wednesday at Henry Kueck's Newbrough entertained at din- and with the Jensens, ner Sunday in honor of Mrs. W. G. Flaig drove to Ames Staehle and daughter, the John Sunday to meet Mrs. Flaic and Newbroughs, St. Joe, the Clifford the children, who had spent two Muellers, the Edward Blanchards, weeks at Mrs. Flaig's parents u T Jl Re y nolds family, and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oska- the Lawrence Newbroughs. i~~~~ ME. Blanchard received word. ™.-anu aua. u. JL. jacKson ana Sunday evening of the death of son Jackie, Shrev'eport, La ar- his sister, Mrs. Elvira Batterson, rived Monday for a visit with Redwood, Minn., at Minneapolis, Mrs. Jackson's parents Mr and where she was visiting a daugh- Mrs. Frank Macumber. Dorothy ter. She suffered a stroke in the Hansen, Des Moines, accompan. rrmTmner I i«j AI T <» . .. . . *_ _ DINNER HONORS SEXTON GIRL'S 3RD BIRTHDAY Sexton, June 16 — A birthday dinner was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Nick Krieps in honor of Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Krieps who was three years on June 16 Joan has seven living grandparents. There were nearly 30 other guests for dinner and supper: Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor, tfrs. Mary Oesterreicher, son liouis, all of Titonka; the John Jleichs, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. J. Bergen, Phyllis and Mary Jane, Vhittemore; Vernon Platt, St. Joe; the Thos. Forburgers, Wes- ey; Joseph, James, and Dorothy Mergen, Whittemore. S. S. Children in Program— The children of the Sexton Sunday school and the daily vacation Bible school presented a program at the church Sunday morning in honor of Children's day. The church was decorated with a large variety of garden and wild flowers. There was a good attendance for Sunday school and church services. There will be no services next Sunday, on account of the absence of the Rev. Mr. Riggs. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF 16WA KOSSUTH COUNTY i 10693. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Geheral 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 November, 1925 in favor of Guy-M, Butts, assignee from First National Bank of Wesley, Iowa, as plaintiff, and against Henry Studef, as defendant, for the sum of Two Hundred Forty-two rind 55/100 ($242.55) Dollars and cbsts, taxed at Thirty-two and 46/100 ($32.46) Dollars and accruing costs, 1 have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Henry Studer to satisfy said execution, towit: An undivided one-tenth (1/10) interest in and to the Northeast Fractional Quarter Pasior to N. Y. Wedding— The Rev. -f. A. Riggs leaves this week Wednesday for Rochester,, . T N. Y., and he will officiate at the H .„_.„,,„,-.,-*£' I°wa. wedding of his son Elmer Satur- HA g£I N , G J°N * LOWE - „„ .. day at Baxter, N. Y. Elmer, who Plaintiffs Attorneys. 39-40 (NE Fr. y 4 ) of Section Three (3), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth County, 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 the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 2nd day of July, 1942, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10'o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 2nd day of June, 1942. A. J. COGLEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. pears to fee about ofte Jteft* . Notice posted befofe C. H. Ost* winkle, Justice o* th* Peace 1ft Algbna township, kftssuth a. Dated at Algona, towa, this eth d& y °*"ju^ 39-41 MMHHllNllili^^ "Us ^ FARM BUI LDlh plans to be employed by Pan- NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT American Airways, has been T r:* 1 ~7 1 or APPOINTMENT studying aviation, and he may In Pr ° ba ! e ' T , Notlc e of appoint- pilot bomber planes to bases in T m , e . nt of ^ xecu *°^ u „ A Africa | In tne matter of the Estate of Robert Vptteler, Deceased. In the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth County. Other Sexton News. ... , ,. TT "~ , ana lor is.ossutn County. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN' Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, and the Notice is hereby given that the ?i Ilr daugh * e 5 Constance Joy, undersigned has been appointed 11 of Mason City, were Sunday and has qualified as Executor of 'TOlTfYPO nr 4-Vin tJ t 1 O .-.« J ..«« I Jl_ i . j. — . . . „ ' morning. ,, --<*• , , i le d them here for a visit. Mr. Ma- Mrs. Arend Neeland and Wil- cumber, who has been employed ad Laabs attended the 4-H club at Sioux City, came Saturday convention at Ames from last The Harold Grosses, Graettin- week Wednesday till Saturday. ger, and Mr. -and Mrs. Wilfred it --•— VUVM&MU^I i o— "•» M*AM -LI.U. , -eaijuj. J.V.L1 o, VT JllH CQ Bible school opened Monday Radig spent Sunday at Alex morning with an enrollment of Radig's. 50. Instructors are Mrs. Alfred A farewell party was given for Jorgenson, Beulah Gladstone, Pershing Marlow at Paul Olson's j m u M , arlow > Dorothy Jensen, a week ago Tuesday evening, and and the Rev. C. H. Whitehouse. ten tables of 500 were played Emma Schrader spent last Lola Marlow, and Fred Schmidt week at Leonard Dittmer's, Burt. won high prizes; Pershing Mar- T.ni» iw a rf««, «.«.,«.. „._,„.. l low and M ^ s Ly ' le Marlo | ^ • •A. , ,, •'JL i-_. ~ ~—:— * i *-««. «"" ^IMRAAXACU. UD ^JACUUIUI* ui isitors at the B. E. Sanders the estate of Robert Votteler, late nome - of Kossuth county, Iowa, deceas- Mrs. Charles Stratton and her ed. All persons in any manner daughter Ruth, Danville, and indebted to'said deceased or his Mr. and Mrs. Elza La Werki, of estate will make payment to the Charles City, visited Sunday at undersigned; and 'those having the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise. claims against said deceased or Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs. Hen- his estate will present them in ry Hawley, Mrs. Naomi DeWilde, llke .manner and form, as by law and the latter's daughter were required, for allowance and pay- Sunday afternoon callers on Mrs me ' n t. U. S. Grant, Lu Verne. 1 " 1 "* Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bemis and Lola Marlow, Shirley Marlow, Viola Bierle, and George Kissner spent Sunday at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Dorothy McCleish, Viola Bierle, and Mrs. Alfred Jorgenson spent Thursday at Fort Dodge. Charlene Roth left a week ago Tuesday for a visit with Mr and Mrs. Arthur Sprank, Wentzville, . low; Eldon Marlow, travel. Mary Ann Flaig, Mason City, spent the week-end at the parental Frank Flaig's. Helen Sprank went back with her to visit Patty McGrach. The Mo.thers club held an annual meeting and picnic Tuesday afternoon. . a granddaughter came from Harrisburg, S. D., for the weekend at the home of the son Sim Bemis. Geraldine, Betty, and Robert Witham, of Wesley, visited Saturday at their aunt Mrs. William Green's. Mrs. John Lickteig left Monday to visit her son at Fort Lewis, Wash. Dated this 10th day of June, A. D. 1942. ERNEST VOTTELER, r,rrr, m Executor of said Estate. BURT & DAVIDSON, Attorneys. 39-41 ESTHAY NOTICE Taken up by Tom Ellefson, of Wesley township, Kossuth county, la., on the 12th day of May, 1942, one black Holstein steer with white spot over one eye, weighs about 550 pounds and ap- Mr. FARMER.., You can still buy building u ials for repairs, improvement!, you can still have a new hog hen house, or cattle shed, or „ building that is under $1,000,00* We have materials and cam erate with you in your imc ments. Buy your Coal now and be sure, the kind that you want. Seeui F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 ustom NEW GOVERNMENT RULING TO CURB CREDIT INFLATION The United States Government has set up some new regulations covering CHARGE ACCOUNTS. According to the regulations we cannot sell any listed material to any customer who owed us money on a CHARGE ACCOUNT during the month of May, 1942, unless that nment account is PAID I N FU^ on or **** account is PAID IN FULL on or before July 10, 1942. or some arrangement made to pay the account in installments over a prescribed period, with no payment to be less than $5.00 per month* The regulations also applies to all future CHARGE sales. Charge sales made during June, 1942, will be in default if not paid BEFORE August 10, 1942. July charge sales become due on September 10, 1942, and, charge sales made during August. 1942, will be defaulted ijf not paid BETORB October 10, 1948. AND SO ON AS LONG AS THESE REGULATIONS ARE IN EFFJaOT. '•. As previously stated, vr« cannot sell any listed material when a CHARGE ACCOUNT is in default Theonly way to buy additional list' your account or arrange for install- ** forth by Since these are GOVERNMENT Cations, w* are required OT LAW to abide by them. We cannoT make exceptions for AN* PERSON. To do *> would be a vSa- tion of the LAW WHICH WOULD RESULT IN THE SUSPENSION OF OUR OPERATING LICENSE. KEEP YOUR CREDIT GOOD by paying your CHARGE purchases that have been made before June 1 in full or arrange tit pay for them, a» otherwise provided, BEFORE July JO, ma. ^ AFFIXES TO CHARGE All old accounts must be paid by July 10 or they will be defauW All new accounts must be paid in 10 davs »h.r *U (• 7 iTi INSTALLMENT and CONTACT " ' - hr * monthl is still available in Algona. See your Kossuth County S^^^___ , . ^B^^ and

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