Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1930 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 18, 1930
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fs, .^»4:;i W"? '< W^ff ^ M ^ ' *' ^ii * ' ' V* '^v^ 1 ^i S V PAGE FOUR MARKET DAY SALE Algona, Saturday, Dec* 20 Commencing at 1 O'clock To be held on the corner east of the Ford garage, Behrend's old stand. The offering will consist of 80 head of fall shoats weighing about 50 pounds, 6 Duroc Jersey boars, also a lot of furniture, including a roll top desk, electric drill, electric fan, and a quantity of Case repairs. If you have anything to go Into this sale, list your property with the auctioneer, or call 494-J. CO. RIDDLE AUCTIONEERS MEftRV CHRISTMAS GREETINGS A SEASON OF THE UTMOST IN HAPPINESS, PEACE AM) PROSPERITIES OUR WISH FOR ALL MANKIND I Joe Greenberg SENECA PAIR IN ACCIDENT NEAR SEXTON Sexton, Dec. 16 — Aa Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn, near Fenton, were returning from Brltt Sunday evening and were coming Into Sexton, Mr. Olson slowed down tor a corner, and when he put on the brake his car, a Ford sedan, slid on the Icy pavement, turned around, and landed In the ditch on the south side of the road, facing east, where It turned over on the side. Mr. Osborn climbed out, and people Jn another car helped lift out Mrs. Osborn, who was on the down side. Mr. Osborn was not Injured, but his wife suffered a bruised side. The car was taken to the Klrsch- haum garage, where a broken axle was fixed. The Osborns spent the night at the A. L. Greenfield's, and their sons Burl and Clarence came after them next morning. Clarence remained till afternoon to drive the cur home. ^'t; • ! v .. ._±i^:ju*^;*/,£Mj'^«!s l %s:' f ls *. ris/mafe/to come A VIRGIN DIAMOND, never before worn or individually-owned, increasing in value through the years—is an incomparable gift jDf established quality, of guaranteed color d brilliance, in mountings of distinctive craftsmanship, Certified VIRGIN DIAMONDS can secured in a wide range of standard prices. Authorized Virgin Diamond Dealer FRED W. WEHLER & CO. Jewelers and Optometrists. v - /i-^' \/I D f~* 1 h, f Res - u '•" f -' °«- VJKAjlN DIAMONDS The Ideal Last Minute Gift at Christmastide No token to an absent friend bears more of the real spirit of Christmas than a gift of flowers. V\id Honors Wesley Woman— the Aid last Thursday. Mrs. Jereen Skuw conducted Bible study, after which a surprise program was given in her honor and she was presented with a set of stx stiver salad forks. There wu- e 40 women in attendance. The program follows recitation, Nell Wise; solo, Star o the East, Neva Olson, accompanle by Edith Greenfield; piano solo Mission Chimes, Edith Greenfield solo, Mrs. Loyd Steven, accompan led by Mrs. Veda Hedrick; appre elation talk concerning Mrs. Skow' work, Mrs, B. E. Sanders, presiden of the Aid; closing number, song b> all, Mrs. Hedrick at the piano,. Tillies Hard in California— A. L .Greenfield received wort Saturday that his sister, Mrs. W J. Smith, Fresno, Calif., had been bedfast three weeks, but was slight ly Improved whe n the letter wa, written. People there fear a. diffl cult winter. Work is scarce and t job almost impossible to get. Mr Smith has work only two days a week, and doesn't know bow long that will last. Mr. and Mrs. Smltl formerly lived at Algona. Dinner Honors Babe's Birthday-Mr. and Mrs. A. L,. Greenfield nnd Edith were entertained at ' o'clock dinner Monday evening a Clem Cunningham's In 'honor 01 little Charles Cunningham's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham live a mile west of Sexton. Mrs. Cunningham and the baby spent last week with Mrs. Cunningham's mother at Lu Verne. Girls Has Mastoid Operation- Irene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Clnk, underwent a mastoiditls operation at the Kossuth Hospital last week Wednesday night. She is Improving though slowly. Irene had been absent from school two weeks before the operation. Fanners Arc Shelling Corn— day tnd Tuesday. Frank Youngwirth, near St. Benedict, did the work. Ferdinand Brethorst shelled last week and delivered the corn to the Sexton elevator. Other Sexton News. Peter McEnroe, Donaldson, Minn., came Saturday to spend a few days at Melvin Olsen's, and he will also visit other relatives. He expects to return to Donaldson by Christmas time. - Helen Stell, who had been confined to her home with the flu a week, resumed school attendance Monday at Algona. Edith Greenfield clerked at the Cummlngs store at Algona Saturday. Charles Aman is building a .garage at the rear of his home. JENSVOLD TO PLAY ON ALL STAR NORTH-SOUTH ELEVEN Leo (Monk) Jensvold, former Emmetsburg- high school football star, recent Iowa university backfleld ball carrier, has been chosen by Coach Zuppke, of the University of Illinois, to play on a North-South football team against an aggregation of stars in the East and West. The game w lll be played at Dallas, Tex., sometime in the holidays. Dennis Meyers, former Algona high school and Iowa "U" star, played on a similar team a couple o£ years ago, following completion of his academic activities a t Iowa. To Entertain Mothers. The Peppy Pals, Portland 4-H club, will entertain the mothers and others interested in club work next Saturday afternoon at A. C. Bernhard's. UNION SCHOOL TO PRESENT PROGRAM NEXT WEDNESDAY Union Twp., Bee. 16 — The 1 ptiplla of the Dtot. No. 4, Gertrude Sage's school will present a program at the schoolhouse next week Wednesday afternoon. The school Will have a vacation till Monday following New Year's. The- program follows; song, Sileqt Night, school; recitation, A visit from St. Nick, Pearl Alt; piny, That Bag, Dorothy Ward and - Pearl Alt; recitation, Jimmle's Letter to Santa, Dorothy Ward; recitation, Gotta Go to School, Don Ward; drill, five girls; song, It Came Upon a Midnight Clear, Dorothy Ward and Pearl Alt; the Shoemaker's Dance, six girls; a group of songs, Bchool; recitation, a Good Boy, Stuart Thompson; play, Last Year's DoVles, girls; recitation, When Father Carves the Duck,' Curtis Ward; play, Darning the Christmas Stocking, Stuart Thdmp- son and Curtis Ward. • M. ft I). Club Meets Todny— Mesdames Winifred Jergenson and Amelia. Engstrom will be hostesses to the Mothers and Daughters club this week Thursday. Members will take gifts for orphans, a custom followed for several years. Ruth Crulkshank will give a recitation, and Mrs. Emily Rawson, Algona, will give a. talk, My Trip to the Holy Land. Pupils Soil T. II. Stamps— The school pupils are selling Iowa. Tuberculosis Christmas Seals under the auspices of the Mothers and Daughters club. This custom has been followed several years. Half of the money is kept by the club for health work. ... tfii< Beli laid prop erty, of so Hiuch 4 thereof as n be necessary to MAtlsrV said ecutlon, with • costs and ao erulng costs at public auction to the highest bidder, tot cash, In hand, on the .8i«t day of December 1930, at the east door of the Cour House In Algona, In Kossuth county Iowa, at the hour of lo o'clock * m. of said day, when and whete Ju attendance will be given by the ui> derationed, Dated this 26th day of November 1930. I* H, HOVBT, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Cosson :and Newconib, Plaintiff's Attorney. ig. Other Union News Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt, son Elmer and daughters Evelyn and Ruby returned Monday from a visit since Thursday with relatives at Hancock, Minn. Mrs. Otto Laabs will return this week Wednesday from Hampton, where she has been a patient ten days, Lions at Eagle Grove. Eagle Grove, Dec. 9 — A Webster Citv organizer was her e early last week, seeking to organize a Lions club. If ,20 charter members are secured, organization will be, effected. There is already a Rotary club of some 45 members here. Sale Dates Dec. IS — Kuhn Bros., general farm sale, 4% miles northwest of IN EQUlty NO. 12383. NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPM- OATtOJf FOR AUTHORITY TO MAKE COMPROMISE SETTLE MKJTT WITH WM, H. AIT WEOO AND JESSIE A, ALT WKOG. In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth count/. ,-•• L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking ot the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, . vs. •':.. ' •. County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. , To All Persons Interested in the Receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom' It May Concern: You are hereby notified that ther* Is now on file in the office of th* Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of L. A. Andrew, IWcelver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa asking that he be authorized to make a compromise settlement with Wm. H. Altwegg and Jessie A. Alt- wegsr, of Alfrona, Iowa, according- to the terms and conditions set out in said Application to which you ar* referred for further particulars. You ore further notified that th* hearing on said application will b* had at the Courthouso in Algona Iowa, on the 24th clay of December, 1930, at two o'clock p. m., of said day, at which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an Order should not be entered authorizing said settlement L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking o. the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank Algona, Iowa. By R. H. MILLER, Examiner in Charge. 1 y ^|;'Ei^ ltri, Lotie fart. V lg|i^H FOR thfee-afrtrfCmW tot Hght FOR shire glltg f6r 'March atid April farrotf.-<VC. flans, We«t Send. ROSE COMB RHODffl ISL-AND White cockerels. State accredited. Mfa. .H. O. Iverson, gw Clty._^ 13pi3-14 AT BARGAIN PRICES—SEVERAL electric and power secondhand washing machines.—Kahlhaas Hardware. , I8ui4 PIGEONS FOR SALE — FRENCH Mondalns and Birmingham Rollers. — Ralph Llndhorst, Algona, Iowa. . 12pl3-14FB NEW 1930 CHEVROLET Runabout truck for aale.—R.H, Miller, Examiner In Charge Algona' State Bank. TRADE IN YOUR OLD SMOOTH tires—$1.25 to $3.66 per pair \regardless of wear,' For a limited time only.—Gamble Stores. . 21-14 G. RAY SMITH, PIANIST—Available for parties, dinners, old or ... . ,, -, T1 |.,.ri,,. WEAVING c HAVB ilmajj W&ftvtflif donfe by aVdaon, Hfd Ohd"** 7P*/'A1* 80ha7 '-Beautiful, Irtitflf W&e to ok FOR SAMl- NEARLY NEW 10x20 brooder house. BaSfiiaftt at half 'price' it taken by Jan- !• A' 8 ° sectional bdokcase, C, O. Weflsel, Phone 20F12. ' ^ ' _ 23fbU FOR SALE — 10 DUKOC" BOARS, DuNbred, easy feeding type, dark cherry reds no necro, and Immune at $16 to $23,— A. C. CarlWIe, % mile east of Whlttemore. - 26FB14-16 WANT TO RraNT— QUABTER-seo- tion farm. Applicant has .necessary equipment and stock and can show good record.— Andrew Koppen, Lakota. 20pU-14 FOR BA1.E! o HOLSTBIN HBI- fers, 6 months old, and unrelated registered bull calf. Bargain ,at $200 for the 0. C. R. Schoby, 6 miles south o n No. 18D. Phone 2JF81 2ffbl4 IE YOU HAVB SOMETHING TO buy or aell, or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising , having sec"" «*'•• "«««u«,t. . Room 3 ' 6 , Naf o/inl Sank Building, p,,' * Residence 844 ' tn °nt> H oua it will pay you to see ,,» T jnade the same day reeefved conable rates, long time to Pa C. RLaBarre,. Algona, iJ CARD On -THANKS—\VOR^~? to express our heartfelt app rcc i tlon to our friends and noSi for their numerous kind deed, »1 words of sympathy nnd help i n bereavement In the loss of our ,!„! husband, father, and brother- a \ for the beautiful floral tribute, Mrs. H. A. Meyer, Mr. and M LePaugh, Mr. and Mrs. G PO ' and family, Wm. Meyer. For the Whole Family ••# | WANT ADS PILLOWS FOR - SALE.—INQUIRE Advance office. 10pl<! Dec. •>;! — Public sale on the place farmed by John Schneider, north of Hobarton. Dec. 31—George Steil. Jan. G—John Studer estate, east of St. Benedict. Jan. 7 — P. P. Kriethe, Holstein llspersal sale, 1% miles west of Hurt. Jan. S — Ernest Bower, ?ast of Sexton. miles Jan. '14 — Lou Kutschara, 8 miles east of Algona, general farm sale. Jan. 15—George Goetz,- 2 miles vest, 1 mile north, of Wesley. Legal* NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by •Irtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the district Court of Kossuth County, owa, on a judgment rendered In said court on the 25th day of November, 1930, in favor of Des Moines Toint Stock Land Bank, Des Moines, as plaintiff, and against Thomas fuchem (Tom Juchem), Adam r uchem, Emma Juchem, and Henry uchem, as defendants, for the sum if Seventeen Thousand .Nine Hundred Ninety-Seven and 92/100 $17,997.92) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Forty and 82/100 '$240,82) Dollars and accruing costs, have levied upon the following de- crlbed Real property as the property of the said Thomas Juchem Tom Juchem), Adam Juchem, Emma Juchem, Henry Juchem, J. G. Hanson, as Trustee for War Finance Corporation and State Sav- ngs Bank of Bode, Iowa, Farmers Savings Bank, Llvermore, Iowa, •itate of Iowa, Humboldt county, Cossuth county, and Edward Ca- >esius, to satisfy said execution, tovlt: The Southeast Quarter (SE%) f Section Thirty (30), Township Vinety-four (94), North, Range MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT OR sale.—J. T. Bohannon. 10pl<! PARTLY MODERN HOUSE FOR rent.—Inquire Mrs. j. A. Laing. TMione 36W. 10pll ; 4 FOR RENT: PARTLY MODERN house. C. M. Ward, Humboldt. 8pl3-14 FOR SALE—ALFALFA HAY, loose or baled.—Inquire C. L. Bailey. 10pl4-16 WOMAN AND DAUGHTER WANT work by the day.—302 E. Lucas. 10pl4 FOR SALE: 50 THRIFTY FALL pigs. Phone 543-W. Victor Johnson. . 10pl4 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Chester White bears.—Aaron Taylor, Sexton. 9pl3-14 FOR SALE: tank heaters. 28F31. TWO CAST IRON C. R. Schoby, Phone' FOR RENT — LIGHT HOUSE- keeping rooms.—Call 99 after 4 P- m. 10 P 14 FOR SALE—BIG TYPE DUROC boars.—Hugh Raney, phone 15F21, Algona. 12ul2-15 FOR RENT: HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 4.05 S. Worster, Phone S93-W. 10ul4 FOR SALE: A FEW BRED EWES for sale. C. R. Schoby, phone 2.8F31. U12fbl4 ».-. , DR. F. E. SAWYER «« ««» IOWA Through the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Service, we can send flowers for you anywhere in America. If you place your order today your gift can be delivered tomorrow. Through the service which we provide you, your day before Christmas worries will vanish. We also carry a full supply of Christmas flowers, plants, and floral novelties for delivery in Al- goua and vicinity. Whether you wish to beautify your home for the holiday or solve the- gift problem, we are at your service. ALGONA GREENHOUSES PHONE 805 • •• ' " ! > " i JH I • J.^>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MMVMHMQHHHmMM| Market Day Sale At the sale barn in Algona Saturday, Dec. 20 Some good young cattle A number of feeding pigs Household goods, etc. Bring in anything you have to sell, TED JOHNSON, Mantgejr, LOU M4TBRN, Aucto WANTED—GIRLS FOR STUDENT nurses January 1.—Apply Supt. Kossuth Hospital. Ilul4 LOST POCKETBOOK OUTSIDE Presbyterian church Thursday, Dec, 11—Call Advance. 10ul4 CtD ESTABIISHED HOUSE Algona Insurance Agency Phone 65 Slippery Isn't It ?I Horses Need Sharp Shoes i Pretty likely to stay slippery till late March. When the roads are cov-r ered with snow and ice. Our Horse-Shoer is an pert. Many years of training go iuto his work, let him shoe your horses. We BuM Anything , in the Har4 Wood line, ^W fllflp ^tf ^* 9if ^ter Wood on4 Iron Work* A PHILCO Balanced Unit Prices complete, $68 and up Or a SKELGAS STOVE For Mother to cook with Just received, another shipment. Our line is large and complete. Stoves as low as $29.50. When you are wondering what to get for the family, look I this line over. Sold on easy payments. \ ^_ 1 FARMERS GENERAL STORE R. O. BJUSTROM, Prop. ^ Hobarton .-. ; ""•'.. 'J Public Sate 22, 1930 Sale starts at 1 o'clock On the place farmed by John Schneider North of Hobarton One and threefourths mile west, one mile north, 1 mile west to first place on the north side of road. Monday 10 Head of Horses 10 arewoor yrs ' old ' black mar « 13 y»» old - rs old Sack mare 13 SK.Jf %*' ?*' *** mare 3 ***• Qld - black ^ an 6 elding 5 yrs. oia, black mare 13 yrs. old, black mare 13 yrs. old, gray gelding U yrs. old. 125 Head of Cattle 25 Two Holstein milch cows 8 yrs. old, 1 Swiss red cow '9 vra old 1 Swiss ™ *^ heifer 3 yrs old, 2 red and white heifers 3 yrs. wMte Mtere Farm Machinery 1 * - • '^r~~f -r-n- •T-T- w.-w^ I'Vf*fW V*CYtH-UJ JlIlL SrfcSpUo^^^^^^ M«ver. 8W piow, »oo«er P- CORN AND OATS 1700 bushels of Sola according No property to be removed L-A. 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