Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
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PAGE TWO LU VERNE WILL OPEN SCHOOLS! NEXT MONDAY [last week at Fairmont, guest, oflgona. the Rev. Mr. Price,, pastor, | | Mrs. Kachel Hanna. rememberedj officiating. Attendants were Mr.! I here as Rachel Figi. , and Mrs. Harold Wolf, sister and j I Mrs. Richard Frei, Reinbeck,: brother-in-law of the bride. The ! and two children were weekend \ newly weds will live on the ; guests of the former's mother, i Frank Mrs. Flora Raney. town. The Presbyterian women's association will meet next week San ford farm, on north of Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Otto Ramus. Lu Verne, Aug. 29-School will i p .Mrs., Cecil , Wermersen, son open next Monday morning and: 5 1 , • a ! ld h .\ s . Wlfe -, F ? rt pupils will be expected to be at ! Dod * c ' ?« h f r . c . thls week for school at 9 o'clock, except mem- vl *' rts with relatives, bers of the band, who are to re- ™*- ™dMrs. &,c nc.v Grant are port at H:30. Bus schedules are! at .,, Nora , Springs for two weeks arranged so all arrive at 8:30. School will be dismissed at with relatives. The Jasper Vaughns, of Des I 1 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF j IOWA. IN AND FOK KOSSUTH COUNTY. j In Equity No. 1G7R4. ' Elizabeth H. Kaiser, a widow; August C. Kaiser and Ollie Kaiser, husband and wife: i Anna M. Dales and John Dales, wife and husband; May K. Boomer, a widow; sa OH1UU1 Wlil ut: UlMIllbSt-'U ill •** • , . T tr 1 , ] r s^ i-, ,11 • , noon Mondav. and at 3:50 p. m.': Molncs ' moved to Lu Vcrne last j Lena C. Randall, n widow; ' thereafter. Books will again be rented to pupils in both the ! grades and high school, and rents will be a dollar n semester or S2 | for the school year, paid in ad- ! vance. Many new texts have been adopted for this year, so it i was well that book rent should I be increased to offset such ex- j pense. I All teachers have been engaged \ for the school year. Reflected j were Arnold Hjelle, Superintend- i ent. Decorah: Lillian Roggow, H. | S. principal. Dunnell, Minn.;j Stephanie Cowling, music, Sioux City; Robt. Phillips, mathematics, Lu Verne: Paul Bekman. industrial arts. Lu Verne: Josephine Bowman, grade principal and 7-8, Lu Verne. Teachers new on the staff are: week. Mr. and the Mrs. John Ramus weekend at Des M nines. Carl Swanson went to Rochester last week for medical attention. JENNIE NELSON, AN EX-SENECA, DIES AUGUST 22 Seneca, Aug. 29—Funeral services were held at the Seneca Lutheran church Friday for Jen. nie, daughter of the late Mr. and David Parker, coach. Fail-field: Mrs. Anton Nelson, former Sen- Dorothy Wicklow. history. Meri-! eca longtime residents who mov- den, Minn.; Vera Thome. 3-4, Lu : ed from the farm here to Ring- Verne; Miriam Sturgeon, 1-2. i sted some years ago. Dallas Center. Miss Nelson died last week Erhart Meyer is custodian, and ! Tuesday at a state institution at bus drivers will be "Red" Cote.! Woodward, where she had been Harold Phillips. and Jack i an inmate for the last several Vaughn. One new bus has been '• months. Death was the result of purchased, which will eliminate ] complications following pneu- any bus from traveling more j monia. than one route. j Following her father's death i Miss Nelson and her brother Wei- Threshing Crew Has Parly— . j lington spent some months, at --—"•-« -y •**--*, rr ......^ .» **• .» ^ • | j«iign_fii J J^\_ lit a(_'II(*_ I I It/I I t I Jtl * (.1 I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande Brush, Colo., at an Old People'? r-ntcrtained their threshing crew Home. last week Tuesday evening.! Wellington, two -sisters, Mrs. t Members and families were the. Peter Thoresen, Ringsud, and [by notified That the're"is now on Lyle Hersoms, the Aaron Steus-; Mrs. Fred H. Brown. Fer.toii also I f j] e ; n the office of the Clerk of sys. the David Huffs, the Clint; two other brothers, August, Ring- | Harry L. Kaiser and Lucia C. Kaiser, husband and wife; Oscar W. Hoberg, as Administrator De Bonis Non with the will annexed of the Estate of Anna Kaiser, deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. Liselta J. Hartenbower and George W. Hartenbower, wife and husband; Luella B. McF;idden, a divorced woman, not again married: John Francis McFadden. single; Carolyn McFadden, single; Charlotte A. Erlenborn. a widow: Thomas J. Forburger and Mary Forburger, husband wife: and, Rudolph Larson and Zelma Larson, husband and wife. Defendants. ORIGINAL NOTICE TO THE DEFENDANTS: Lisetta J. Hartenbower and George W. Hartenbower. wife and husband; Luella B. McFadden, a divorced woman, not again married; John Francis McFadden, single; Carolyn McFadden, single; Charlotte A. Erlenborn. a widow; Thomas J. Forburger and Mary Forburger, husband and wife; and, Rudolph Larson and Zelma Larson, husband and wife. You and each of you are here- McClellans. and the August and ; sted, and Albin, Fenton. survive. Henry Pergandes. After the busi- i Pallbearers were Martin Thorness meeting refreshments were i son. John A. Oleson. and George served. These annual meetings : Jensen, Ringsted. and P. H. Jen- are always looked forward to by ' sen. Millen Jensen. John Oleson, the children of the families, for; Fenton. The Rev. Mr. Anderson, there is always all the ice cream i of St. Paul's Lutheran church, of- the children can eat. all the pop i ficiated at the services. Inter- they can drink. Kruses Buy Jefferson S Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kruse. who sold the Corner Store recently, are moving to Jefferson, where they have purchased a grocery store. The new owners of the store here will tak | ment was niade at the local Lutheran cemetery. Seminary Senior lo Preach— i Services will be held at the j Lutheran church next Sunday, ! with Joyce Nostingen, senior at Lutheran theological seminary at ... , .. ,. possession ; st Pau i spea king on What Shall i TRACT I — next Monday. Mr. Kruse will go 11 Do to Inherit Eternal Life? The ' to Jefferson next midwecK. Mrs. | text , vin be laken from Luke Kruse is leaving late tms week,M 0; 23-37. The Luther League will m « i fer m ° ' T Council meet Sunday evening, with. Rob- Blutfs before_gom£ to Jefferson. ert Halvcrson and Henry Looft Soldier and Wife Depart- | gr^Ielbe' •£? WoHd the District Court of Kossuth County. Iowa, the petition of the plaintiffs above named, which petition alleges in substance as follows: That defendants, Thomas J. Forburger and Mary Forburger. and Rudolph Larson and Zelnvn Larson are tenants in occupanc> of the lands hereinafter describee and have no other or further interest therein. That the othei parties hereto, plaintiffs and defendants are the owners of the following two tracts of real estate situated in Kossuth County Iowa: • Sgt. and Mrs Robert Bierma j Needs Christians, i—Politics and ave returned to San Antonio, I lt ,,,„ Pnll( ,. «_ Tn -.. 0™,,;™ have Tex., after a visit with the lat- ! and M;dicine. ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger. While the Biermas{ Boy Celebrates a Birthday- were on furlough me Traugers, £, M was th * t and the guests spent a few days!^ f ,,„„„?„, „ u:,,n,j _?.. _.. at Winona. Minn., and also visit-! ed Mr. Burma's parents at Nc- i vada. Wadleighs Plan Heliremenl— The Jos. Wadleighs have purchased a home at Algona and expect to retire from ',he farm, which has been leased to the Willis Et'if;ringtOii3, Winnebago, Minn. Mrs. Etherington is a daughter of the Leigns, Irvington. Vernon School Has Opened— The Vernon Consolidated school opens this week Tuesday and Myrtle Jordan is one of the high school teachers. Virgie Hardcopf is a kindergarten teacher in one of the Fort Dodge schools. Hardy Man is Stricken— Roy Bravton has received word that his father, William Brayton, Hardy, suffered a stroke last week Tuesday. Other Lu Verne Mews. Florence Godfrey. Thompson, who is spending a week's vacation here, and Mrs. C. C. Anderson spent Friday at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stripling, Michael Wegnc-r, Mrs. Charles Hintz, and Ruth and Irene Wegner were at Fort Dodge Monday. Mrs. Martin Sweet, Columbia. Ohio, and her little daughter Marlylo are here for an indefinite stay al the parental William Bigings home. Pvt. Martin Sweet, who had been stationed in England, is now in France. The Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Smith have returned from a month's vacation. Mr. Smith attended a pastors' course at the Presbyterian seminary, Chicago, while Mrs. Smith was with a sister at Waterloo. Mrs. Jennie Phillips is leaving this week Wednesday for Colorado Springs, Colo., for two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips, formerly Lu Verne. Mrs. H. W. Helmick, Brighton, and Mrs. Evelyn Moore, Des Moines, mother and sister of Mrs. Harold Phillips, visited al Ihe Phillips home lasl week. Mrs. William Stiles and her three daughters have returned to their Mason. City home, after a week al trie parental Arnold Wugner's. -• Mrs. Bess Coy, of Torri041011, Wyo., has gone home, nfler a week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emory. * g|H Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Consucr, Mrs. Herbert Smith, and Mrs. Chas. Sweiger were recent guests of friends near Emmetsburg. Mrs. P. D. Schichtl and her sister Norma Ramus were at Spirit Lake for a few days at their sister Mrs. Henry Maar's. Mrs. Peter Thompson spent Osborn, and Dickie Looft. His grandmother, Mrs. Stokes, Fairmont, was a weekend guest there. Quills Make Visit Here— The Rev. and Mrs. David Quill were Sunday and overnight guests at Henry Looft's. They were en route to their new parish al Glenwood, Minn., following a month's vacation at Chicago and Ridgeway, la. Other Seneca > r cws. The Henry Loofts were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Looft's, Swea City, and other guests there were Mrs. Margaret Looft, Swea City, Mrs. Douglas McKensie, of Toronto, Can., and her daughter Margaret. The McKenx.ies have spent three weeks visiting relatives in Iowa. Leona Jensen, Ringsted, spent Thursday evening and Friday at Millen Jensen's. She had been attending Dana college 2'.i; years, but now accepted a teaching position in Nebraska. Dorothy Jc>n- sen will enter Dana college this fall as a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson, daughter Frances, Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, and her children were Sunday dinner guests at Maynard Lec-'s west of Fenton. The Martin Wilbergs were at the Hans Presthus home, near Bancroft. The South Half (S 1 !;) of Section Three (3) in Townshii. Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West o the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, excepting there from ! a tract described "a.'follows: Commencing at tlu Southwest (SW) coVner o said Section Three (3) thence running North 203.71 feet; thence East 203.72 feet thence south 208.72 feet anc thence West 208.72 feet tc point of beginning, contain ing one (1) acre for schoo KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA house purposes, and, TRACT II,— The East Half (EV 2 ) pf Section Five (5) in Township Ninetysix (9G) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, That said land's are free of in- cumbrances except current taxes and liens upon individual shares. That the interests of the parties, plaintiffs and defendants, in said reai estate are undivided and are as follows: Eli/.abelh H. Kaiser, an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest in fee simple absolute. August C. Kaiser, an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest in fee simple absolute. Anna M. Dales, an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest in fee simple absolute.. . May K. Boomer.an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest in fee simple absolute. Lena C. Randall, an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest in fee simple absolute. Luella B. Kaiser McFadden (formerly Luella B. Kaiser) an undivided one seventh (1/7) interest, for the term of her natural life with remainder to her child or children who survive her and in the event that none of her children survives her, then lo Harry L. Kaiser, August C. Kaisor, Anna M. Dales, Lisetta J. Hartenbower, May K. Boomer, and Len£ C. Randall, share and'shnrfe alike in fee simple absoiuie. : ;r' 7. Lisetta J. HarteVibbwer, an undivided one seventh (-1/7) interest subject, however, to liens hereinafter found, determined and established, in • fee simple and ; absolute. That the above intbrest of Lisetta J. Hartenbower is|fetrb.ject.lo a first lien in favor .at] the estate of Anna Kaiser, decease'd; for.an indebtedness to said -estate now in the sum of S(i,2G7.47 as of July 1, 1944. with interest'from said date at, 5'/, and further subject no the lien of a judgment now o%vn- ed by defendant, Charlotte A. Erlenborn in the amount of SC.432.50 and interest at G f 'r from September 25, 1939. That the above named several owners are unable to agree among themselves upon a suitable and proper division of said land and the petition asks partition and t--ale thereof and distribution of the net proceeds of sale after payment of costs and expenses. For particulars see: .said petition on file. ' ' ' ,ii..:And you and each of you site further notified to appear before the above named court at .the court house in Algona,, Kossyth county, Iowa, within twenty days from and after' service'" of this original notice upon you and that unless you so appear your default will be entered and ji^pg- decreq,,wj|J.,J}p rpnr1 $fej you for the", relief *?H^ manded in the petition. f OSCAR W HOBERGJ Masonic 'Temple Peru, Illinois J. D. LOWI-:, McEnroe, Bldg., Algona, Iowa; Attorneys for th4.. 51-52-1 Plaintiffs. T" THURSDAY, Van Camp's MILK 3 Toll Cans 25c ^•MMHHHH P L U Large Basket Sweet Soda CRACKERS 2ib.box23c POTATOES Sunkist ORANGES Pascal CELERY ...... Fancy BARTLETT PEARS New fOLGERS COFFEE ^ 55c CABBAGE...... • 3 „,, 49( sin Ik 15C| GEORGE CAMPBELL IS ELECTROCUTED Lu Verne, Aug. 29 — Many old , friends and neighbors east of j town attended the funeral of the j late George Campbell at Kanawha Sunday, with burial at Britt. He was only 44, and is survived by his wife and two children, also by his mother, Mrs. George Campbell Sr., well known here, and a sister, Mrs. Percy ! Brink, formerly Lu Verne, now j of t the Doan neighborhood. George was electrocuted when a machine he was using to make hyy came into contact witn :t live wire. He was a farmer west of Kanawha. VERNA GIDDINGS, OF LU VERNE, IS BRIDE Lu Verne, Aug. 29—Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings announce the marriage of their daughter Verna to Robert, son of Mr! and Mrs. Frank Sanford, Wednesday, August 23. The ceremony took place, at the Methodist parsonage, Al- 1 OAT THAT OUT-FIGKLES WEATHER I WITH THE NEW REMOVABLE WINTERIZED* INSULATOR Something really new ... and different! An exclusive and speaally woven crimp-curl virgin wool lining Z gives warmth w,l|,out weight or bulk . . . so f, and pliable for unlimited smartness ... and dry cleanable too . ready for any drastic weather change because it buttons In or out in a jiffy. 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