The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 23, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1937
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Hie Algona tipper Pea jloin^ Algona, Iowa, Pec. 28, 1037 YOUNG FOLK TEACHERS HOME FOR XMAS fronton: Coming home to spend tttMr holiday vacations are the fol- lOWiBt teacher*: EMith Laage, Flor- «ie» W«l«brod of Des Moines at the C. P. C. Laages and W. J. Weis- fcfddf, respectively; Frances Bailey of BHtt lit the Frank Baileys; Sel- S*« H 2£ t t** 11 ? , of Cedar Fall(I and MCallflda Hantelman of Allison at Mrt. Dan Mantelmans; ArdU Volet •nteroka with Mrs. C. Volgt. Students to come home are: Harold Newel, Bradford Stevens, Perry Jensen, James Schwartz, Ray- Blond Schmidt and Fred Zwiefel of Iowa State; Tusnelda and Robert Kabelltzof Seward, Neb.; Willlam Hantelman, Jr., Mervln Bleck- W«nn ftffd Winston Kerber of 8t Paul; V«neta Volgt and Marjorle Bailey, nurses of the Mayo clinic; Alice Drtjrer, Maynard Jentz, Evelyn Radte, Ruby Hantelman of Des Molnes i Viola Mueller of State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Em- plojred away from home are Hazel Weisbrod, Mildred Ooetsch and CRady* Stoeber of Des Molnes and BUOefarde Kabellte of Cedar Rapid*. 10 Lb. Daughter Mb ftttd Mrs. Hlldreth Pettlt became tttttlti of a 10 pound daughter Saturday, Dec. 18th. She has Ixen netted Lael Emille. The Pet- Uta have one other child— a son, IT'S GOOD BUSINESS years old. Mr*. Pettlt Is the former Elvira Wehrspann. 4-H XmM Party The Independence Idealists of In- oependence township entertained their parents at the club's annual Christmas party at the home of Helen Kern Friday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. George w e ™"t *""' Delond, Mr. and Mrs. W £ Weisbrod and family, Mr » ™ Bergeson, Mrs. SPECIAL PROGRAMS ANNOUNCED FOR XMAS BY WESLEY CHURCHES To Invest With A Friendly Institution! Of course you want an investment plan for your savings that provides earning power and safety. Here you enjoy both plus the nervices of an experienced group of local men. Consult one of them soon—no obligation. INSURED ,i- - '• and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland and Ulerick Juhl. Mr. and MrsTEarT Thesefleld of Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests at the Derwood Kern liowe. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Dreyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, at Lotts Creek. Mrs. Hattte Wejibrod of Council Bluffs came Friday for a ten day vWt here with her sons, Shelby and Lester and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Hantelman and son, David, are spending Christmas with Mrs. Hantelman's parents, Mr. and Mr*. William Schneewlnd In Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod are expecting their daughters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veaux of Ida Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick of Alta, home for Christmas, Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Mueller entertained the 600 club at their home last week Thursday evening. Mr*. E. c. Fauerby and Sam Warner won the high score prizes and Mr*. Chas. GHau«, the low. Mr .and Mrs, J. A, Schwartz and daughter, Betty Jean, went to Amoi Monday to bring horn* the BchwarU •on, James and RaVin&nd Schmidt, student* at loWa State College to spend their Christmas vacation. Rev. H. D. Stahmer of Falrvllle, Mrs. George Seims, Mrs. William Hantelman and son William and Mrs. Ed Kressln of Lolls Creek went to Rochester, Minn., Monday to visit R. D. Wehrspann, a patient in the Mayo hospital. A group of friends surprised Mrs. Arthur Mueller, Friday evening in honor of her birthday. Five hundred was played at three tables with Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf winning the high score prize and Mrs. Raymond Tletz, the low. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod entertained their bridge club last week Thursday evening. High prizes went to Mrs. Alvin Zurrmch and Clarence Osborn and Mrs. C. Theosfield the consolation. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber were club guests. Mrs. Katie Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Delores Krause were entertained at dinner at the Lawrence Hantelman home at Seneca Sunday. The Ernest Votteler family were afternoon callers. Wesley: Final practice and prep- rations are being made at the Methodist and Congregational hurches for their annual Christmas programs. At the Methodist hurch the Christmas tree, program nd treats will be Christmas Eve, nd at the latter church a similar vent will be held Christmas night. At the Congregational church ear- y morning services will be held at ix o'clock with the Rev. Olaf ohnson, pastor.* Special Solemn High Mass will be ung at the St. Joseph's Catholic hureh Christmas morning at six 'clock with the Rev. Father Pow- rs of Des Moines and the Rev. Lirt- is Elsenbacher, son of the Ignat* !lsenbachers, north of town, asslst- ng the Rev. A. J. Wagner, local irlest Two other massse will be eld. the second Immediately after he Solemn high mass and the third t nine o'clock Saturday morning. The Crib", as In former years will especially placed for the Christmas holidays. Mlm Benton to Wed Miss Irma Dee Benton, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton, rill become the bride of Arnold Clssock at San Francisco, Callfor- la, Friday, December 31, accord- ng to announcement made here ecently by the Benton*, Irma Dee Is a registered nurse and for AL60NAFEDERALSAVIN6S &LOAN ALGONA, IOWA Christmas Warm and Sincere Are the Holiday Wishes We Extend at this time Johnson's D X Service Station j Christmas'• '' Rudd consolidated school, was ex- lected home Wednesday for her loliday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin are expecting to spend Christmas day with his mother, Mrs. Peter Larson at Clarion. John Froehllch, student at the 'own State College at Ames, was expected home Wednesday, the 22nd, for his holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Berdes and daughters expect to have as their Christmas day guests, her father R. B. Hopkins and Mrs. Hopkins. Miss Phyllis Studer was employed last week as clerk at the A. L. Cleinpcter store and this week Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., Is clerking at the store. Miss Rose Kutscharn was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower n the American Legion Hall, Sunday afternoon, attended by about 60 friends. Mrs. C. G. Goslln was honored at a farewell party at her Home Monday night when the members of her afternoon bridge club met at her home at eight o'clock. Mr. and Mra. Oscar Erlckson, Forrest and Evelyn, are expected lere from ElmhursV 111., to spend :he holidays here with her aunt, MU» Arabella McPttvnon, Mr and Mrs. Gartner Ewen of he past year baa had such loyment on the west coast. em- Royal Neighbors Elect At the last Royal Neighbor lodge meeting officers for the coming year were elected with Mrs. Simon Hlrner, oracle; Mrs. Kate Kennedy, ice oracle; Mrs. Till!* Loeblg, past <racle; Mrs. Vee Mullln, recorder; Mrs. Alfred Nelson, receiver. Other officers are to be elected at a ater meeting. Anniversary Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engen entertained her mother, Mrs. N. E. Hanon and Harold, and her grand- ather. Swan Nelson and Hanna and Miss Isabel Kerrins at a 6:30 dinner Monday night, December 20, in celebration of anniversary. their first wedding Alf Hildman is expected home this week from Des Molnes. Miss Leona Stcil of Algona spent he week end here as guest at the Delbert Bentons. Fred A. Diekmann, commercial student in Des Molnes is expected home for the holidays. Herman Ostercamp, Jr., has been confined to his home recently with a siege of whooping cough. Mrs. Ann Zittritsch of Algona spent Thursday in Wesley with her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Raney. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson and Helen spent Sunday at the home of her niece, Mrs. Albert Rlppen- trop at Lakota. Miss Irma Ward, teacher in the Mrs. H. Witham's Mother Injured on Coast, Recently Four Corners: Mrs. Howard Wlth- am received word last week from Cottage Grove, Oregon, that her mother, Mrs. J. M. Royce, had fallen white picking up nuts and suffered a compound fracture of the left hip. She Is In the hospital at Eugene, Oregon, where he daughter, Mrs. Mary White and her granddaughter, Mrs. Herbert Schmeling, take turns going over to help care for her. She will be In the hospital at least six months and the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club sent her a Christmas Card shower. It is feared she will never be able to walk again. The Arch Walkers, the Lewis Broesders, the Orvllle Holdrens, and the Cecil Bjustroms were dinner guests of the Robert Walkers Sunday. The mebmers of the Four Corner* Mothers and Daughters club sent a Christmas card shower to Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walker, who Is working in a sanitarium at Glendale, California. Pearl who until last summer, was a nurse at the General hospital, Algona, went to California, on her vacation. She found work there and liked It so well she has been .here since. Doan Community Gives Farewell To Van Hansens Doan: A farewell pnrty wns tendered the Van Hnnsens Sunday at the Doan church by old friends, neighbors and relatives. A pot luck dinner wns served. The community will feel the loss of this family ns they have been active In both church and nid, but nil wish them success in their new home nt Ottosen, where they purchased n store. Mr. Hannen took charge of the store two weeks ngo and the family expert to move in January so the son, Dunne, may enter school at the beginning of the second semester. He is n sophomore in school and the eldest daughter, Dnrlene, who Is n senior, will finish from the Algona high school in the spring. Amboy spent Tuesday afternoon' In Wesley visiting at the J. T. Meuret ttgjne. Mrs. EWOn Was formerly Miss Dorothy Keefe of Algona. The four circles of the Methodist Ladles Aid met last Wednesday, one group each at the following homes: Mrs. Milton Glddlngs, Mrs. Oliver Young, Mrs. Bernard Thompson and Mrs. A. M. Lease. Misses Leona and Frances Seimer entertained their L. O. W. bridge club Wednesday night with Miss Lucille Elsenbacher receiving high prize and Miss Geoina Schutter, average prize. Mrs. Ben Arndorfer was special guest of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matern are the parents of a daughter. She has been named Lavon Betty and was brought to holy baptism Sunday with her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and maternal grandfather, Leo West, as the sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon were Sunday guests at the home of his parents, the Dr. T. E. McMahons at Garner. Mr. McMahon, Sr., arrived home Saturday from St. Louis. His son, Tom of Wesley met him at Blalrsburg and took him on to his home at Garner. The members of the Study Club held their Christmas party last Thursday at the home of Mrs. E. M, Olson with Mrs. John Mulllns, Mrs, George Aldrich and Mrs. L. L, Pfcffcr ns co-hostesses. Mrs. August Studer, Mrs. A. M. Lease, Mrs, Alfred Erdmann and Mrs. Charles Kraus were the entertainment committee. 23 New Readers, 71 Renewals To Paper Recorded The following subscriptions, renewals and new ones, have been handled by The Algona Upper Des Molnes office in the past few weeks: New Subscribers Milton Fox, Los Angeles, Calif. W. C. Richmond, Algona. Earl Byson, Anamosa, Iowa. Ben Winkle, Algona. Ray Oliver, Whlttemore. E. C. Bierstedt, Burt. O. L. Solberg, Algona. Elmer Phillips, Algona. G. S. Ecklund, LeRoy, Minn. Lawrence Klrsch, Whlttemore. Harry Mathahs, Wesley. August Studer, Corwith. R. L. Davidson, LuVerne. W. H. Steward, Burt. Joe Wilhelml, Bancroft, Mrs. Alex Smith, Milwaukee, Ore. Mrs. Bernice Curran, Elmoro Minn. D. E. Miller, Grinncll, Iowa. Walter E. Roberts, Algona. D. L. McArthur, Algona, Rt. 2. E. J. Dahl, Ottosen. Robt. Richardson, Brooklyn, Iowa. Casey Loss, Algona. Renewals Mrs. Marie Chrlstenson will be hostess to the Aid, Jan. 6, with Agatha Hnnpen assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Mayfield of Mason City spent the week end with the latter's sister, Mrs. Amos Angle. Mrs. Howard Andrews, t'ncher at Doan school, had a program and Christmas tree Monday evening, Dec. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle entertained the Weekly 500 club Saturday evening, Dec. 18, at six tables of card*. Grace McNeil closed her school Friday In District No. 4 Wesley township for a two weeks' holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martlnek were hostesses to the 1 Weekly BOO club Monday evening, Dec. 13, at four tables of card*. Mrs. James Asa and Jimmy Lou went to Mason City last Thursday, Dec. 16, to spend a week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Henry Hawley. The Bryan Asa, Chas Asa, Fred Asa and James families were all guests Sunday at a family dinner_at the home of the Frank Asas near Irvmgton. HOLIDBV TRIPS i at Lower Cast - by SUPER COACH v* En Joy the warmth and comfort of smooth- tiding Super-Coaches OB every trip daring the holiday!. You'll sava dollars and avoid traffic worries and driving drain. Frequent •chednles, convenient downtown depots. HOTEL ALGONA Phone 282 inTERSTflTE TRflnSIT LIHE5 Station J. W. N. Jlmmte Neville, Your Shoe Man Signing Off For 1937 And Wishing You All A Very Merry Christmas lllillll!l!lii!ll!ll!llllll!lll!lll!IIM PUBLIC AUCTION i $3,000 Worth Good Merchandise == An accumulation of good new nnd used merchandise, which we do not have room SEE to display, hut which in in any cases will give five or more years of satisfaction IH and service. Will positively he sold at public auction on Monday, December 27 lASON'S GREETINGS * U** Smoke Shop WM.ROSS0SEN FUNERAL RITES Whittemore Man Leaves Brother at Fenton and Three Sisters Whittemore: Word was received here last Thursday that William Rosselsen passed away at the State hospital at Cherokee, Thursday morning at the age of 54 years. He was born In Germany July 11, 1883. When ho was five year* old he came to this country with his parents. He was confirmed April 11, 1897, by the Rev. William Faulsttch In Whittemore and has been a long time resident In this community, and for many years he worked in the C. M. & St Paul coal chutes. He entered the state hospital at Cherokee in 1014 and has been a continuous patient there. At times it seemed as though he was Improving, but his health failed in later years. He leaves to mourn his death, one brother, Ernest of Fenton, three isters, Mrs. Anna Schreiber, of Berlin, Germany, Mrs. -Auguata Lunsman and Mrs. Helen Ewers of Mason City. A sort service was conducted at the home of Ernest Rosseisen in Kenton and at two o'clock services were held in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore with Rev. W. H. Discher in charge. Burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery south of town. Pallbearers were August Meyer, Fred Jentz and Ernest Haack of Fenton, Andrew Kading, Herman Haack and Herman Relsner of Lotts Creek. Arthur Boettcher, Windom, Minn. 3 FAIR GROUNDS* ALGONA. SALE STARTS AT 1 P. M., 4-11 CLUB BUILDING Mrs. C. D. McGuInn of Chicago arrived here Saturday morning for a few days at the home, of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley and family. Esther Behnke of Chicago arrived Tuesday morning to spend two weeks over the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Relnhard Behnke and family. Erwln Vaudt and Merlyn Wegener, both students at Concordla College at St. Paul came home Saturday to spend the holidays with their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sptlles and daughter, Arllne of Algona spent Thursday of last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Polrot and with Leo's mother, Mrs. Gertrude Spilles. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Renler and family of Detroit, Mich., arrived In Whittemore Tuesday morning to spend the holidays with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck enjer- talned at their home Friday even- Ing In honor of their daughter, Lucille's seventh birthday. Cards were played at four tables. Mra. Edwin Lleb and Leonard Meyer winning high, and William Meyer, Sr, and Mrs. Erwin Struecker winning low. Nelson Hardware Boy's Birthday Party Mrs. Frank SchatUchnelder entertained seven little boys at her home Tuesday after school hours in honor of Eugene's seventh birthday. Those at the party were Buddy Bartlett, Dickie Barber, Eldon and Eugene Maahs. Donald McWhorter and Kenneth and Marlon Rusch and Leon Benschoter. BartletU are Hoete Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett entertained section six of the I. C. O. A. at their home last Thursday afternoon and evening. After several discussions on care, handling, and types of churns led by Fred M, Thies of Bancroft and Ralph Thompson of Palmer a pot luck dinner was served. The evening was spent at cards. Mrs. Fred Thies of Bancroft won high. Pat Farrell left for Eagle Grove Sunday to continue his work with ten Krist Trucking Co. Mrs. Dolpb Mlsbach of Fairmont Minn., drove down Friday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahn. Rose Butler came home from Cedar Rapids Saturday to spend the i holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Butler. James Fandel and Tom Farrell arrived home Saturday from Trinity College at Sioux City to spend their Chrlatmaa vacation. The young married folku club of the M. EL church, were entertained Tuondty evening at the home of ]||. and Mra. Harry Saeley north Seneca Xmas Party Wednesday Evening Seneca: The annual Seneca school Christmas program was presented in the school gymnasium Wednesday evening, Dec. 22. All of the grade pupils are taking part in the program. School will close Thursday afternoon, Dec. 23, for the Christmas vacation, and will open Jan. 3rd. Marilyn Trunkhlll has the chicken pox In a mild form. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkbill were Algona shoppers, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch were dinner guests at the Dell Fitchs Tuesday. Mr. and Mra. Garnie Hood and two children spent Sunday afternoon with the Will Grovers. Mr. and Mrs. John Trunkhill were Monday supper guests of Mr, and Mr«. J. T. Heaney in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks visited Sunday afternoon at the Dr. R. M. Wallace home in Algona. Mary Tjaden and her pupils en- tertainid at a Christmas party for friends in District No. 6. Wednes day afternoon. The mothers in District No. 8 were invited to a Christmas party at the school Thursday afternoon. Lethe Mann is teacher. The Wyot StotU were host and hostess to the Dell Fitchs Tuesday evening at a chili con carne supper and an evening of 500. Arthur Leek, who is employed at the L. J. Fairbanks farm had as over week end guests bin brothers, Herbert and William Leek of Plum Creek township. The Portland Peppy Pals met on Saturday, Dec. 18th, with Virginia and Viola Trenary. Eight girls, their leader, Letha Mann and county borne demonstration agent, Miss Uuciiie Pepoon were in attendance. This meeting was in part, a Christma* party. Dr. F. L. Trlbon, Algona. Ed Carney, Algona. Jennie Smith, Algona. Olive Walker, Hollywood, Calif. A. H. Paine, Orange, Calif. A. Emanuel Anderson, Swea City. A. H. Bonnitettei, West Bend. U N. Bormann, LuVerne. Garfleld Erlckson, Swea City. Peter Schmidt, Bode. Henry Farrow, Bancroft. Jacob Ryg, Ottosen. J. L. Ditsworth, Algona. L. H. Crawford, Mpls., Minn. Dominic Stuflick, Algona. Peter Erpeldlng, Bode. Leo M. Arndorrer, Bancroft. Harlan Blanchard, Lone Rock. Altman Bros., LuVerne, A. L. Benschoter, LuVerne. Walter Bierstedt, Whlttemore. Hans M. Jensen, Fenton. A. J. Lentsuh, Swea City. Sam Weaver, Ledyard. Mrs. Mary E. Smith, Algona. Isabella Purvis, Algona. Mrs. Theressa Kollasch, Whittemore. Chris Dahl, Fenton. Albert Metzger, Algona, Rt. 2. Wlm. Ringsdorf, Titonka. A. D. Headley, Irvlngton. Bascom Tryon, Wesley. Mrs. J. T. Welfare, Ledyard. Wm. Gilbride, Algona. Mrs. Dora Urch, Algona. Nick Huberty, Whlttemore. Frank Rakow, Wesley. E. J. Hodges, Algona, Rt. 2. Mrs. Conrad Falk, Salem, Oregon. Walter Vaudt, Whittemore. Mrs. Frank Hauptly, Wesley. Edna Ketelson, West Bend. Mary LuUch, Bode. Mrs. Don Mertz, Rockforu, 111. Bert Pecti, Long Beach, Calif. VV. A. Brass, Buffalo Center. E. L. Wolcott, Algona. J. L. Daub, Algona. Mra. F. S. Norton, South St. Paul, Minn. W. A. Marty, LuVerne. Irvin Seeman, Algona. Mrs. Susan Berce, Bode. Roy Hartshorn, Swea City. Carpenter Hardware, Ledyard. T. G. McDermott, Mason City. Henry Bode, Wesley. Adam Berte, Algona. John F. Baas, Whlttemore. Frank Devitt, Livermore. Carl Ebert, Whittemore. Merchandise can be seen starting at 12 o'clock noon. 10 STOVES 10 NEW STOVES sj= 1 —New Modern Maid Coal Stove. H 1—New $79.50 Circulating Heater. SB as 1—New Queen Oil Circulating Heater, £3 will heat 4 to 6 rooms. ^ : 1—$89.50 Advance Circulating Heater. • S 1—Enterprise Circulating Heater. USED GOOD CONDITION;-—1—$99.50 Allen Heater, almost new. 1—$140.00 Home Comfort, all porcelain Coal Range, like new. 1—Monarch Coal Range, with reservoir, good order. I—Monarch Coal Range, with front, good order. 1—South Item! Coal Range, reservoir, high back. And othrs. 115 RADIOS IS NEW RADIOS j 1—New G-volt Setchel Carlson Radio. • S 1—New 6-volt Universal Radio, S 1—New $59.50 Sentinel Uattery Radio. 3£ Above radios never been hooked up. H 1—New $99.50 Electric tirunow Radio. H 1—New $79.50 Philco Radio. USED GOOD CONDITION 1—5-tube Philco Electric. 2 —8-tube Majestic Radios, Console, beautiful cabinet, works perfect. 1—Spartan Electric Radio. 1—Crosley 2volt Radio Console. 1 •— Mach Electric Radio, Console 1—R. C. A. Electric Radio, Console 1—(Jeneral Motors Radio, Console 1 -Victor Electric Radio, Console 1 --Philco 7-tube Electric. 19 WASHING MACHINE NEW WASHING MACHINES 1—Cinderella Washer 1—Slightly used Maytag Mangle 1-—Voss Washer 1 -used Maytag Washer with inulti- inotor, like new. I SKI) GOOD CONDITION I Voss Washer, with Hriggs & Stratton engine. J—Automatic Electric Washers J —Zenith Washer with lirlggs & Stratum engine. 1 Speed Queen with iiriggs & Stratum engine. RANGES 9 \OTICK UK UXPIHATION OF '1'llJU l-'OH HUUUMPTION FHOM TAX MALI.' TO JANE GHBY UAVIS AND PltAN- C1S UHADLEY: You and each of you are hereby notllled that on tl.e 7ih day of l>ee- mber, A. 1)., 1S36, tliu tlien Treasurer of KoKsuth County, M. J. Duffy, ut tin- reuruJar Tax Sale held at the Court House in »»ld County on »a., uate, bold at Scavenger Tux tittle |iur- buant lo Section 7-65 of the t'udw ot Iowa of 19:15. the followli:tf deaerib- eil real estate. Hltouted In County L>f Koabuth und State of Jowu, towlt: I.ut Twelve (12) In Block Four Hi of the original I'lal of liau- eroft, lu\vu. lo Flora .Mae Kradluy. Ham.-ri.'ft. luwa, fi.r tin- delinquent ta\es fo| the yeaia m:i. IK34 and 15135. whleli V\ i-l e then paht due, delinquent. Ulnl u llfii Hi. n i,n. there was is>- Mied lo Ihe mid Flora M'le Uradl by the buUl Treasurer of KuBtfUth ourly, Iowa, a Tu \ Sale t'erl Itli-al < f I'un hat,e at SeavenKer'ta ^ah (heivfor That on or about the !!8tr. day of Hi-tuber. 11137. for valuable CI>I>MI|I-I allon. the mid Flora Mae Mradh-t ,|iilv as.-'l^iied. conveyt-d, 11 a ii^f,.-rred and si t uver sal.l Tux .Sale < Yl I 111,-ale ,,f Purehuxe to M. I'. HuUK'ard ' Alj^i>na, Iowa, who la uuw lh>- lawful owner and hohh'l- of bald Tax Sale lYrl ilk-ate cf 1'nrt-lin^e Tl,al Ihu r IK I 1 . Is "f .•uilelllplli.n: from Mild Tax SaU- \vlll exulre aud a Ta\ 1',-i-d nr.der biit-h Certlrteate \vlll be made hv the Treasurer of KoH^uth county, Itiwa. conveying jsahl rial i->-!ale a.s prt.iV i'li d bv law. unless ifdellUJ- tioii Iw niruK- therefrom \vS\hlii ninety days from the euiniiK-ied ^,-iyk-e ot tlilB Notice. l»ate,l this 6th day of November. A. D., 1937 M. P. HAGOAHD . I.u\yful Owner and Holder of Said Certificate'. 43-51 OIL, «A8 AM) ELEC. KANGES 1—$99.50 Table Top all-enamel Gas Range, like new. 1—$80.00 Perfection Oil Range, elevated oven, all porcelain, nearly new. 1—Westiughouse Electric llangea, all porcelain, new elements. 1—lied Star Kerosene Range, elevated oven, good shape. I'SED GOOD CONDITION 2 —New Perfection 5-burner, elevated oven Ranges. 1—3-burner with back. 1 -— 4-burner with back. 1—3-burner without back. IS - REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS 1—6-cu. ft. Servel Refrigerator, good running order. 1—$59.50 Crosley Icy Hall for use in home without electricity, like new. CREAM SEPARATORS 1 —Nearly new Vega, 750-lb. capacity, same us new. 1—-De Laval 1 —Anker Holth And others. TERMS: Cash, ur see your bunker. No property to be removed until settled = lor. BJUSTROM'S R. O. liJUSiliOM, Prop. COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers IOWA STATE BASK,

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