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Algona, Iowa
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 1,1938 North East Kossuth Page LAKOTA LADIES DIE DURING WEEK Mrs. H. D. Mussina n ant Clara Wharton Answer Last Summons Eakota: Friends here received word of the death of Clara Whar fon, Elmore, Minn., who pnssec away last week Sunday at n Tuberculosis sanitarium in Minnesota The yaung woman, who was a daughter of Mrs. Emma Whnrton who lives west of Elmore. contracted the disease while teaching In a school more than 10 years ago and has spent much of her time since in the sanitarium. She was critically ill only about two weeks. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church last week Wednesday afternoon and she wns buried in the cemetery west of Elmore beside her father, who was killed about 10 years ago when his automobile crashed into a bridge and went into the ditch while he was coming: home on a foggy night. Miss Wharton was a cousin of uRdolph McKinnev of Amerj*, Wis.. who is n nephew of the Warburtons. Mrs. H. D. Mussman. Sr.. suffered a stroke at ten o'clock on j Thursday morning and passed away at 2:30 that afternoon. Mrs. Mussman, who was 78 years old. had been about as usual earlier in the week and appeared the same when Mrs. Mussman went in to help her dress at 9:45 and leaving her sitting on the edge of the bed, stepped to the door to get the mail a neighbor brought and on returning a moment later found her on the floor. She did not regain consciousness, but i passed away in the afternoon. Mrs. Ledyard Man Stricken With Heart Attack Ledyard: Ous Anderson was stricken with a heart attack at his home Thursday night and is in a critical condition. All of his children were called home. Anton, the youngest son. who makes his home in Chicago, was already here visiting. One daughter and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobson of Matawan arrived Thursday night, and George. Elmer and Evelyn, all of whom live in Chicago, were expected soon. Mrs. Howard Jensen was in Elmore on Wednesday on business. Gerald Warner. George Looft and 3en Mayer were in Algona Thursday on business. The M. E. Ladies' Aid will hold i pot luck supper it the D. B. •layer home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lars Skaar. who has been in >oor health for some time, was in "Imore on Thursday and had some nedical treatments. Jack Lynch, who assists Jule Seifert in managing the Selfert rading crew in their summer work. spending several days this week ttendins a tractor school at Peoria. 11. On Thursdav. while Mrs. Max FIDDLERS CONTEST HELDATTTTONKA Drew Large Crowd In Spite of the Stormy Weather Titonka: The old Fiddlers' contest held at the Tyke Theatre Tuesday evening drew quite a crowd in spite of the stormy weather. Firsl prize was won by Ernest Hansen; second prize by Mrs. Dell Fitch, Burt: and third prize tied between Florin Bnrtlett and Charles Coop er. Another contest will be held n the near future. LEDYARD NEWS Miscellaneous Shower Mesdames Henry Van Hove and Carl Veer were hostesses to a pro- nuptial shower in honor of Miss Nina Giddings at the Henry Van Hove residence Thursday afternoon. Sylvia and Sylvester Van Hove and Gertrude Vere presented the many and useful gifts to Miss Giddings. Guests were: Mrs. G. Giddings and daughter, Zola. Burt; Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs. Mrs. Sadie Denton. Mrs. Fred Adamson, Mrs. Jesse Harms. Mrs. Carl Harms. Misses Jennie Harms and Eleanor Intermill, Mrs. it exploded and her face was burned. The burns were not very deep and Mrs. Nitz was fortunate to escape more serious injury. Claude Reece is still reported to be in n serious condition in the Mankato hospital. Two blood transfusions have been given in the past several days. His many friends are hoping that he will soon begin to improve. The Ledynrd boys have won two Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Nitz went to Burt Thursday to have glasses fit' ted. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse were in Algona Saturday on business. Cecil Darnell and Burton Johnson were callers in Blue Earth on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe and family were Sunday guests of the Henry Blomes. Mrs. L. A. Nitz, Lorenz and How- Jensens were Sunday dinner guests of the Wm. Poppes. Mrs. Sam Link and daughter of Swea City were visitors Thursday afternoon at the Lars Sknars. Curly Johnson and Burton Johnson went to Sibley Wednesday to attend a horse sale on Thursday. Gertrude Darnell werft to Estherville Thursday to visit a few days at the home of her brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz and Delores and Mrs. Dettman visited with friends in Burt last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Louis Anderson and Bernard. Mrs. John Darnell and Mr. which wns held In Des Molnes. Mrs Heetland reports a splendid conven tion and among speakers was Supt of Agriculture J. O. Chrlstenson o Minnesota, the Rev. W. A. Winter stein of Iowa Falls, J. H. Porter president of the Tennessee stat farm bureau, George M. Strayer president of the Iowa state Junlo farm bureau and Mrs. Raymont Sayre, state president of the homi project work and several others o note. One of the highlights of the meeting was the chorus of men and women's voices Thursday evening There were 300 In the chorus coming from county chorus units. Mrs Heetland will give a report of the meeting at the next general township meeting. Collar Bone Broken Tltonka: Burley, 7-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Elliott, suffered a broken collar bone at play in school recently. i games so far in the county basket- Mussmans husband passed away , hall tournament. In the first round less than n year ago and she has i thev defeated Fenton 40 to 1!>. In continued to make her home with i the" second round they defeated her son. Harry and wife. Funeral j Seneca 41 to 18. — services were held at the Method- ' 1st church Sunday afternoon. nnd Mrs. Fred Darnell were in Elmore. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Telcamp, Mrs. Alvin and Mrs. Cort Rippentrop were at Swea City and Bancroft holtz. Mrs. Alma Intermill. Mrs.' last week Tuesday. M. E. Larson and Mrs. J. A. Harms. I Mrs. Richard Zielske nnd Elmer. Miss Giddings will soon become the j Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zielske and bride of John Van Hove. Birthday Party Mrs. Eva Peterson entertained her birthday club at her home on Thursday ,. ,-ening in honor of Mrs. Peterson's birthday. The evening was spent, playing cards after which lunch wns served to the following: Mesdames Chas. Cooper, Wm. Batt. Lillie Wood. Esther As- l:ins. John Fisher. Pearl Kromminga. Wm. Ricklefs. W. J. Denton. family spent Sunday at the Harvey Jacksons at Spirit Lake. The John Drew family of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thompson of Elmore were Sunday guests at the George Hagge home. James Darnell, who has been visiting relatives and friends in Wis.. northern Minn., and North Dakota, returned home last week Tuesday. Harriet Matzener and Herbert Zielske were in Engle Grove last Recent visitors at the Louis Hanson home were Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Paulson and children. Albert Lea. Minn., and Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Larson and Velma, Titonka. At the Weert Asche farm sale south of Lakota last week Wednesday everything sold brought a fair price. Mr. and Mrs. Asche have recently completed a new home in Titonka and will move there March 1. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schlssel spent last week Saturday and Sunday at the J. P. Schlssel home in Minneapolis. The senior Mr. Schissel has not been well for several months, and local Schissels spend as much time as they can with him. Connie Srhissel, who has been in the elevator with his brother, will spend the rest of the winter with his father. BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, long term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDWARD CAPESIt'S HHftc Bldff. Alxono, Iowa 1-tf Grant in the semi-finals Saturday afternoon. A large number from Ledyard nre attending the tournament games. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson received a letter last week from Afrs. \V"m. Weinberger and Mrs. Galagan, stating they are spending the winter in Florida. Mrs. Weinberger was postmistress here for many years. They are now located at Canton, N. D., where Mr. W r ein- berger has a railroad job. His mother Is also with them. They will play | Mary Oesterrcicher. Geo. Peterson] I Fr 'day visiting Mrs. Jenks and Mrs. i-finals Saturday \Vm Petnrsnn HP! Turner nnd Niester and also at the Raymond Mrs. Wyott Stott Is Portland Hostess Portland: Portland Progress club net Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. Vyott Stott home. There was a good attendance, and interesting eatures on the program were: a lealth article read by Mrs. G. O. cFarland and a paper on Preven- ion of Colds by Mrs, Waif Waltman. Lunch was served by Mrs. tott and assisting hostesses. Mrs. V. J. Stewart. Mrs. Clyde Bristow and Mrs. Ruth Brayton. and. SOD by Frank Erlckaon and changed or altered • to my know- Ilena Kunkel. Door prize went t ledge, either before or after the Mrs. Chas. Stuffltck. Miss Alice Johnson spent severa days visiting her uncle, Will Cos grove. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr and fam ily spent the evening Thursday a the Dunlap home. Mrs. Alfred Nelson attended quilting party at Llvermore In her mother's home last week. Ben Kunkel and daughter, Hena assisted the Froehlicha with butchering Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Alfred Nelson and sons were guests fit the Bert Hanlfan home near Livermore for last Sunday dinner. The Harvey Johnsons entertained a number of relatives at dinner on Friday in. honor of Harvey's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Olson and Vtr. and Mrs. Leo Miller of Plum ?reek were callers in this vicinity Thursday. Miss Lorena Huschka has been issisting Mrs. P. ImrnTrfall at quilting nnd general house work he past week. Harold Hemgar returned to his lome at Waterloo Thursday, leav- ng Mrs. Hemgar and daughter to pend n week or more with her mother nnd friends. BD. PROCEEDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle of Algronn spent Tuesday with the Ray McWhorters. Mrs. Lloyd Bnrtlett was in Iowa City several days last week for consultation. Mrs. Tony Lohse stayed with the family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf entertained Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shiltz, Bancroft. Tuesday for supper and evening nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Hanson. Burt, on Wednesday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Keith spent from Tuesday until Friday in Des Afoincs attending the state farm bureau federation convention. During their absence from home Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Keith. Algona. stayed at the farm with the children. Buys Titonka Station Tltonka: Carl Egesdahl, north of town, has bought the Standard Oil station here from Henry Radamak- Wm. Peterson. Del Amos Bonacker. Turner and The Frank Kelly family were Fairmont visitors Sunday. Maynard White returned Wednesday from his annual visit to his father'* relatives. Mrs. Mildred Friets of Elmore visited Friday at the home of her mother, Mrs. L. I. Finn. Little Miss Marjorlo Friets has been visiting for two weeks at the Olcson farm with her aunts. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne ind the twins were visitors at the Frank KeJIy home Tuesday and \YecJ iiesday Titonkn Girl Weds Announcements were received here by relatives and friends of the marriage of Miss Beryl L. Bogges, daughter of Mrs. L. Craven, and Raymond Bleich, Burt. Jan. 15 at Spokane, Washington. Mrs. Bleich was a former resident of here, moving to Ames some time in the fall. Mr. Bleich is a grandson of Mrs. John Falk, Sr. He has visited in this community many times. After Feb. 1st. they will be at home at Libby, Montana, where Mr. Bleich is employed as a forest rang- For Supervisor This week, Wm. Schram announced his candidacy on the republican ticket for supervisor of the Third District to oppose John A. Sleper, who announced his candidacy some time ago. Return from Trip John Pink, Robert Bolenus and Mrs. Ben Knox returned Wednesday evening from a trip to California. Mr. Pink visited his brother, Robert, at Ceres, Calif., who was a former resident here. Mrs. Knox visited her father, Albert Meyer, also a former resident. Harold Breen and Wm. Kennedy arrived home this week from n! Raymond Wilcox home. E. R. Worley who has been a corn sealer at Lakota, resigned and his territory was divided and added to that of George Hagge of Ledyard, Earl Miller of Burt, and Joe Matern of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. John Darnell, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Runksmeier and son, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gable and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson and son and Cecil Darnell spent Sunday evening at the Fred Darnell home. Hebron News Honeymoon Couple Visit in St. Benedict St. Benedict: Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Reciter nnd family have the pleasure of having a honeymoon couple visit them the past week, a nephew nnd his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Siemer of Morgan, Minn. Sick In School Little Jane Meyer took sick at ] school Friday and her parents were I called to take her home. 150 At Card Party 51 The largest crowd of the season Auditor's Office January -Mill. IMS Hoard of Supervisors met pursuant to ndjournment with all members present. Motion l>v Morris nnit secord l»y CosRiove Hint the following wase scale of County Employers for the yrnr of 1938 be approved as follows : 1'atrol Foreman $.40 per hour Marry Helmke. mechanic "iO per hour I'atrol Labor 35 per hour i;\tra Help 30 per hour .To! n Hanselm-ir. head mechanic *»i* per hour .."0 'per mile be pabl ft>r rontl dran- plnff with four horses: .r>0 per hour for man ami team, with lOn per hour for eaeh additional horse. Ayes: all. Motion bv Kraser and second by Morris that tin- following salaries . fur 10.': s be approved: I c. s. ivarson $lin nn i I I,. .T. Immerfnll • I John Hesti'nli liner 7<> 0" j 1 Karl R r.rimth 1 pi nil • Francis Duffy HTi no : : .\lrnn IVatxot: , I ley inri.niij 1 Arthur foitl.-y It. M. Smith : L'.Vi.nn T>on Nnirent l"..nn Arrhle Unities | F.xlra Help, per day 2.BO | Marv K. Hands !>.".. 00 Kosolln Voiirt 70.00 On motion FVoard adjourned "Sine " K S KIXSRV. County Auditor. IMr The Oscar Frandles have been having the flu for a few days. Jennie and Bertha Badje spent last Sunday with Esther Anderson. Adrian Hauskin assisted Carl Hamkin with moving but Friday. Wallace Quam was an over night visitor with Olen Osland last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Baum are enjoying a visit in California thia winter. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and daughters spent last Friday night with Mrs. Beatrice Osland and family. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Thelma, Mrs Jo- Olson and Aria spent Wed- western trip. They left before ne _ sd nj ht wilh lhe Ar ^ hic Fran . Christmas. 1 .„.,, ' Quality PRINTING Your Printed Material Is Your Personal Calling Card - Don't Let It Do You An Injustice The next time a transient trie-- 1/, he]] you r/rintir.t.' <•;•.}} u.s in for r-ornparative prir-es. You t'f-t what you pay for in printing too. Wec-an s<-ll as fheaply a- anybody, hut we pr«-fVrtodoa quality joh worth a few rents mor<-. Check Up Now On Your - Letterheads Envelopes Ruled Booklets and Blotters - -Alt-mo Heads Statements neo.sim.-s There Isn't Anything We Can't Print! Call 230 The Algona Upper Des Moines "Buy At Home- It Pays Dividends" The Raymond Kollasch home is | under quarantine for whooping j rough. There are three sm ill child- j ren in the family. i Mr and Mrs Kay Miller and son. i .Merle. Misses Evelyn Willett and ; Kllen Ca.ilow were Iowa Falls and H.irr.pton visitors Thursday. Miss Carol MrEwen went to Storm '• Lake Friday to sptr.d the week end , ;it her home ami Miss Treva Car- ; michael to Hawkey? to her home, i Mrs H A. Frer.rh went to Al- i gc-na Thursday to attend the meet- | 11.'4 of a Book club of which she is •i member a°. the home of Mr.-;. Dam Mr and Mrs Earl Stott and son, Kti'.h. Algona moved in with her j-irtr.t.i Mr ar,<l Mrs John Pink. ti=t cf town farmers ur.til they can Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. No. 4330 in District Court, January Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an r.t»««*a~ i i t T» j ( , .. j *ww *»ic nvieuy iiuiiueu, inni ail attended last Tuesday night's card | ins trum«nt of writing purporting party Over 150 plates were .erv- j to be thc , ast Win anBd Tes Lment ed and all had a fine time. Bridge of John Markgraf, Deceased, dated The Selmer Matheson children have been siek for the past week with bad colds and were unable to attend school. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and f.irnily enjoyed a visit from her uncle S. K Uonnett of Minneapolis hist Tvton- <lay nijfht. He has not been here for 12 years. Oren Halverson. Mrs. Carl Halverson. Mrs. Sam Boettcher and Mrs. Peter Johnson autotri to Minneapolis last Saturday to attend the funeral of their cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin moved last Friday to their new home which was recently built by Simon! STATE OF IOWA, Goeke. The Carl Hauskins have lived KOSSUTH , ... . .. . . „, , October 7,, 1936, having been this er and Mrs. Agnes Haverly of Wes- day flled _ o ' fened and re | dj Wcdnes . day, the 23rd day of February, 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of came at the Court HOUM in Alcana, Iowa. before the District Court of Mid County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested arc 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, January 24, J938. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnnn. attorneys. 4-6 Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, Koamrra COUNTY, t». No. 4351 In District Court, January Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Cyrus H. Blossom, Deceased, dated November 18, 1919. having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 1st day of March, 1938. is fixed for hearing proof of s-amc at the Court House in Algonj, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or thc Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M.. of ihe day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified find 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, January 25. TJ38. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEAFISON, Deputy. HuUhison & Hutchison, Attorneys. 5-7 Affidavit of Proof of Service L;t'.;e David H.., -,:r.'..^r T; ri'^r,r:tr. • [,<,x ion <A Mr. r.e'ame ill Thursday, ti the Mstg- Ur: >tir at K*ke !e'l it produce fe where lie • LAKOTA NEWS Mr -^A Mrs E P. Mr.-. 1 H. War&urton drove u, '.?.~ t' r j Tonnes south of Swea ' .'.'•' arsd S(,er.t rno.jt of -.-.•: : :-, with, Ktv --.rA Mr-. the COUNTY, S3. No. 434«, In District Court, January Term, 3933. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That & i an instrument of writing purporting y ; to be the last Will and Testament r. i of Peter Brass, Deceased, dated •d\ .January S!h, 1&38, having been this W'rl'-y &n'l '' A * "'*<•'• opened i:nd read. Monday ••'.'A for ia r e r,' - ','. K K Woriey -*r,o i-. 1*;. !4±>.',r. <:.\y Mr V-'onrnar, i eo tr.»; i^Hi'.i- forr/itrly v. ,[,.e'l o; Mr Woriey and will a-M tr.;» bu»i nti>r. <.<i U,e h-is:r>fr»ji lit -irtady in, Mr -<-.iA Mr* •*-tr.'. to J-,wi wr.tre Mr Mi'. 1 •..>:'. y.- *\, it.!} [ for r..i !..- t i -MI..- . i«u.r,r.t c*w- '.'.ers were at- •>:!.< K Mtcnier We<Jn*vlay wiJl have -^ 'At trtaUr-ent to ,-;..i it ;..v.t r,. ; tf. ; ; tore<J here '.-', LI. '.':! v.:jtr wr..;rt he tf-i:: pun.r.a.i- •; ^ ;. .;, ;,.',rj t.etr ;,;»rlor M: » H A Jtnriir.xi x.t>i\ Mr:-. 'itt,,-. K.iirmoi.t Mimj ;»rt i.;i<n.i! t.'.n v,-k<:f. Mi'ii thc tn-.'l ',,;, farriJly ,H iiurt tAt.,. l:,».i.j .->;,]ktr. Fairmont. Minn-, are g l/jii family about l Mra. A. C 17 member.'! tek wilh the f. JJu/t Mrs, o wtekb ago to erittrtained f the Acorn club, on Atr.'.r,% rr.oit fro«. \jis.vj* who •iV.>-.tA*A tfce legion ar.d Auxiliary'.ir.jf at Hurt -a. weeK a^o Thurn- 'lay t .tr.tng were Ur ai.<\ Mr» Fred H--hr'x;d<:r Mr and Mrs f^torge Htc'iand Mr and Mra V/ade Ball •ir.d Ptt«r Hrunr. The rr.telmx wa» r.el'Jl in the ftLhool hou/.e and lunin a/i(l (lancing followed the program The severe windjitorrn that awept '.he county list week Monday and 'I ue*<Jay and the inUrme cold kept u.oit l(x;al folk* (.lutely at home A* '.f.tre waa no loc/»e «no* in thi* vic- iMty the htorrn was not as aerioua a» ir, <io/n« localities, but noriit »now i j • ami: with the wind and tha wa» j ,\ •.vi.-ll rj,ixed with dirt arid gave the \i hou4t-wiv«» »o«ifc work to do a^ler the v,-ind died down Wednesday iiijijti. Cold weather continued all week. The hunur roll for thi» semeiter con.ii»t:, iii the following: s,enior» - Kalhenne f'owern, Kdwin Christ, Maxi/ie i;ritst. Mildred Halver*</n, Elizabeth fiahuintock, Margaret Hchroedc-r, Arlene Heetland,; juniors Hill Smith, Either Buckela, Helen Hehreddn, {Catherine Kernel)titan. Fiitricia Woodwurth, Viola Paul Ukena and Adelo KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. STATE OF IOWA, In the Justice of the Peace Court of P. A. Danson of Algona Town; siiip, Kossuth County, Iowa. I Herman Becker, plaintiff, vs. Two white face heifers. | I, Herman Becker, of Irvington t •»> t- /. * TIT-H i Township, Kossuth County, State 01 iTODate OI Will ' of Iowa, after being duly sworn, depose and state: That two white face heifers being of a weight of 700 pounds each, were taken up by myself on the 10th day of November, A. D., 1937, in Irvington Township, Koasuth County, Jowa; That I posted three notices, each being the exact duplicate of Exhibit "A" hereto attached and made a part of this affidavit, in the following place towit: one notice wad posted at Frankl's store in Irvington Township, Irvington, Iowa; was posted at Mo iri Irvington Town- hhip, Irvington, Iowa, and one notice was posted at Farmer's Co-Operative Elevator in Irvington Township, Irvington, Iowa; all three notices being posted at their respective place-it on the 6th day of January A. D., 1988. That said two white face heifers above referred to remain unclaimed and are ntlll in rny poiuwasion. That there were no brands or the 21»t day of February, 10J8, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court Houae in Algona, Iowa. <' n<! notice before the District Court of said La'n's Store County, or the Clerk of said Court; ar.'l at ten o'clock a. rn , of th& day above mentioned all persons are hereby nonfi'jtj arid required to appear ar;«l chow c&iui; if ar.y they ;.ave why naid instrument ahouM not t,e probated and allowed aj and for tne last Will and Testament of ci'i'i de>eased. Datfc'l at AJgwoa, Iowa, January 1*, WJs KATHARINE Me EVOY, ! '«ark» or other mean* of Identinca- Cl*rk of District Court. J AIMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, at- t./ri.eyn. 43 Notice of Sheriff's Sale .'«'•/!!<_' i V IIIU* 'A H '•- iii- ti- <.•,.!< ,,t a j.'J^u. i,i, U.e /OiVA <:oi;.vrir. l;CIIC I,y ,ii. lVfll tl,»t by '.utlOfi <>lrct|l;fj uf lit M«trict /.i/. Iowa, on V'jf of iiol/K K.k-.- , -At 'lcf(.i.U»i»t. f Tt ou.aiid t'(, ... - ., , OW'.tlV I^/iifl C.<Jt\>~ /.-,t I*w- * HUTU of ' lion on c " r ubout said two animals Thursday afternot/i. After the | biuiinci.-; meeting the following pro- j Kram was given: Mrs. Carl Cer-I x.erna read a paper on Dr. Sabin ! Thaves, Htr _Reoeurch Work from the I Johnson; sophomore*-Lola Sthroe- dre, Frederick Tomen, Jim Ley and Dale Jacobaon; frtahtaen Muyn- urd Koppen and Florence HeeUarid. Mrs. Jerry Heetland, county chairman o/ home project work for Kc*- lesaun ori Modern Women in Sci ciice. Iii thu lesson, Womeu in Sports, Maybellu Inlay read a paper on Tennis. Helen Will* Moody. Mrs. (Irabau read one on Golf, Pftt- t> Bert;. Mra. Jtrry Ukena read ] autb, returned a'week ago "Friday one on Icf Skating, Sonja Hsnle. | from the Farm Burwiu convention u:.'l kecruliiK co»t», 1 havi: l«vl«d upon U;.: folfl/WII>« d«k<;rlb«<l Utal Pioputly us Iht fcroi/urly of Ihe tul-1 l.i:wl« Kik« to nullify »uld ezucutloii 10 wit: Tl.fc ioulh Twtuly-two (22) ff.-( of t/,(; North Forty-six (4J) feet <A Lot fl({til i ty. Iowa An<l I Five- <r,> m will of lilock Twenty- Konnutli Cou» win, l,IJ<: proceed to ntll t fao much thereof nx may iy to uallBfy nal'J execu- ( <:a\>t uiid cunti uijcUon. lit the fUl.ent . (iisli. In hand, on the Mth .luy of Kebruury, 1*3». ut tho .ant .).,or '.r MIC Court Hou*«> In Al- X'n.ii. In Kohuuth r'ounty. lowu at the I. our i,l 10 o'clock A. M, of laid (Juy, wli'.-n ar»'i where du« attendance will he (flven by the under»l(tr.- l>uted thin 7ih duy of January, CAHiSY LOSS. Hlii-rlff of K'/auuth Counly, Iowa. Fred J. Keefe, i'lalutHTn Attorney. 4-1 Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. SpecialUt in Di*e<ue* of Kecttua \nrUom Vein* Huiftutu O/flce 3 block! gouth of Ford Garage In the General Hospital Kldg. AJMONA. IOWA RW.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds load dl.ituiici nttuliiitt Itv Injured avairut ioa» xe Etiuippcd '• do of dr«vlnr *n<< ^mt' all same were taken up. Sighed at Altfona, Iowa, on January 17th A.D., 1938. HERMAN BECKfift. Subscribed and sworn to before me, P. A. Danson, a notary public In and for Kossuth county, State of Iowa, on January 17th, 1988, and being his voluntary act and deed. Signed by said Herman Becker. P. A. DANSON, Notary Public In and For Kossuth County, State of Iowa. EXHIBIT "A" NOTICE OF THE TARING MP AN Nolle* is hereby gh«« U«rt th« undersigned, residing; in Irvington Township, Koisuth Cotmty, Stat* of Iowa, did on the 10th day of November, A. D., 1987, take up as estray* two white face heifers being of a weight of 700 pounds each, of the color of red and white. That said Aninirfls are now In the possession of the undersigned at his residence In Irvtngton Township, In said county. Dated this eth day of January, (Signed) HERMAN BECKER. The Pride of Kentucky ...prepared to giveytiu clean, affietent heat atjiJii mine Botsford Lumber Co. WATCH FOR THE ORANGE COLORED TRUCK An Outstanding Washer Value DEXTER ACE This now Dexter 'Ace' has many of the attractive features of the higher priced models. Its proven washing ability gets the clothes clean in a hurry and its sturdy construction guarantees many years of satisfactoiy service in the home. The wringer on Dexter Ace is stomped steel with a beautiful polished cadmium plate finish —the transmission has self-lubricating bronze and graphite bearing throughout—the tub is vitreous enamel inside and out and Dexter's French type, full-wing agitator provides maximum washing efficien- cv. Kohlhaas & Spilles Little Chata About Your Health—No. 5 When Colds Affect Your Ears A physician says "If there ie a roaring sound in the ears during a head cold, one should be very careful to avoid getting wet or cold feet, or any sudden chilling of the body, as it is an indication that the cold has reached the canal that leads to the middle ear". He also advises that if, after the head cold has disappeared, there is pain in the ear with or without fever, or if there is marked difficulty in hearing, even without pain, one should call a doctor as there is undoubtedly inflammation present in the middle ear. The ear ia at best a delicate instrument and severe penalties may follow its neglect. Let us serve you whenever medicine ia prescribed for any treatment. E. W. Lusby - Drugs CoaOag tpEmmeUbuft, Hotel Kennoore, Wedn«-d*y Mi; MMOII Otjr, Hotel Cerro Ctord* Turn**, z* uyjt* Feb. uaipUoa o Me»rly t Deafneai. Paraly CtoltreTBcwmi, "

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