Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1931
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*f£?" tm MM «f fflMM* k«T« /«•* ej*f tlioroighlr F E SAWYER * TB 9IGHT SPECIALIST T. EM aAWIE.Il ALOOXA. I01T1 Public Sale AS, we are dissolving partnership we will hold a closing out sale on the M. C. Munson farm located 1 mile east and 3 north of Ringsted and 4 miles south of Armstrong on the graveled road, on Wednesday, January 28 Free Lunch at 11:30 Sale Starts flight After Lunch 69 Head of Livestock 3—HEAD OF HORSES A>D PONIES—3 One coming 3 yrs. old bay mare colt; 2 Shetland ponies, hoth bay mares. 40 Head Registered and High Grade Holsteins 13 cows, some fresh and others will be soon; 5 coming 2 yrs. old heifers; 3 last spring heifer calves; 5 summer and fall heifer calves; 9 registered bulls from 2 months to 18 months old; 4 grade bulls; 2 small calves. These cattle have all passed state t. t». test. These are all young cattle with the exception of two. The herd is a high producer and the cattle are in good shape. 11—HEAD OF FEEDING HOGS—11 Weight about 125 pounds each. 15 SHROPSHIRE EWES AND 1 BUCK Owned by Claude Seeley. FARM MACHINERY Two single-row cultivators and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OP SALE—All sums under $10, cash. On sums over that amount 6 months time will be given on approved notes to customers of the Farmers Savings bank. Others please arrange with their banker to pay by check or cash. No property removed until settled for. M. C. Munson & Son KIKDERKNECHT & HANSEN, Aucts. FARMERS SAVINGS BANK, Clerk CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to quit fanning I will sell the following described property on the farm located five miles south and one mile west of Titonka, one mile east and six miles north of Sexton, seven miles east and two miles south of Burt, one mile north of Doan church, on Monday, January 26| Lunch Wagon on Grounds Sale Starts at 12:30 READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS 70 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 5—HEAD OF HORSES—5 Sorrel gelding 5 yrs. old, wt. 1500; sorrel mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1500; bay mare 7 yrs. old, wt. 1500; black mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1200; black gelding 13 yrs. old, wt. 1200. 22—HEAB OF CATTLE—22 Nine head of grade Holstein milk cows; 2 head of Shorthorn milk cows, all t. b. tested, some fresh and some to be fresh; 3 steers and 3 heifers, iy Q yrs. old; 4 small calves; 7-mos.-old Shorthorn bull. " 48—HEAD OF HOGS Eighteen Chester White and Poland China brood sows, 6 of these are year-old sows; 24 Chester White fall pigs; 1 Hampshire boar. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Farmall tractor and plow; Model T Ford truck; 9-ft. tandem disc; Hayes corn planter; John Deere single-row cultivator; Emerson single-row cultivator; Litchfield manure spreader; Superior fanning mill; McCormick 6-ft. mower; McCormick hay rake- wagon and triple box, nearly new; hay rack; 4-section flexible steel harrow; Primrose cream separator; Gade iy 2 h. p. gas engine; 4 sets of work harness; and many other articles. 8 OR TEN TONS OF HAY IN BARN TERMS: Cash. Van Hansen L. A. MATERN, Auct. HERMAN RACHUT, Clerk. NEIGf FENTON TH BOBS AT HONOR iZWIEFELS Fenton, Jan. 20 — The Zwefels were surprised last week Wednesday evening, when 60 or more relatives arrived to help celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. Attending were Mra. Rose Hefty, Ren wick; the Ed Zwelfels, Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Larson and a son, Mr. and Mra. B. M. Larson, all of Wallingford;-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Gnrfleld Horswell, daughter Esther, of Armstrong; Mr.'and Mra. Frank Weisbrod, son Wallace, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klues, son Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Olenn Zwelfel, their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zweifel, the W. M. and Charles Volghts, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmidt and a son, and Marjorie Bailey. A 6:30 dinner was served by the guests, also a midnight luncheon. Mr. and Mra. Zweifel received many gifts. Ten Attend !•'. H. A Fenton township F. B. meeting was held at Ed Weisbrod'a last week Wednesday. A covered-dish luncheon was served at noon. Muriel Body, new H. D. A., was in charge and the lesson was on Persona.) Efficiency and Planned Leisure. Ten attended. The next meeting will be it W. .T. Cotton's, Lone Rock, Febuary G. Boottchcr Children Arc Improving— Mrs. George Boeticher and her Ittle son Don returned Sunday from Iowa City, where the latter had been taking treatment for diabetes. Laura, the other child, who underwent an operation for mastolditie, is getting along well, tout remained :or further treatment at the university hospital. S. S. Classes Have a Party— Donagene Bailey entertained her Sunday school class and the boys of Mrs. J. T. Snyder's class at her home Saturday evening. After games lunch was served. Mrs. John Meyers, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. M. E. Burwash, and Mrs. Wilbert Hull- dorff, Sunday school teachers, were also guests. Bellinger Babe is' Baptised— Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger, and the Rev. Mr. Snyder and his family were Sunday dinner guests at George Bellinger's. The Bellingers liad their infant daughter baptized Lois Minnie by the Rev. Mr. Snyder at the home, Farewell for vwclell Lauritzen— The sophomores had a surprise farewell party for Verdell Lauritzen at Harry Haase's last Thursday evening. After games refreshments were served. Verdell left Friday evening for her home at Whittemore, where ehe is now attending school, Stanley Munch Appendix Removed Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were called to Decorah last week Tuesday by news of the illness of Stanley Munch, who submitted to an appendicitis opertalon. Mr. Weisbrod returned Sunday, Mrs. Weisbrod remaining with Stanley, who- is recovering. 4-H Clnb Studies Smocks— The 4-H club met Saturday afternoon with Marjorie Bailey. Roll .call was on materials suitable for a smock. Other numbers were: Talk, Use of Smock, Alvina Dreyer; demonstration, Smocking, Alice Dreyer; talk, Music' Memory 'Selections, Eleic Bleckwenn. Lunch was served to 15. G«o. jenti Birthday Observed— A birthday surprise party was given at Walter Jentz'B Friday evening in honor of the latter'a brother George. Five hundred was played at five tables, and refreshments were served. Oliver Stoeter Birthday Observed- Mr, and Mrs, A. H. Meyers and Mr. and .Mrs. Raymond Stoeber were dinner, guests'at Oliver Stoeber's, Armstrong, Sunday evening in honor of Oliver's birthday. Other Fentoa News Laverne Houck and his mother and Elvin Johnson, all of Hector, Minn., arrived last week Wednesday for a visit at the •}:•. W, Hartman's. Mrs. Hauck later accompanied Mrs. Hartman and Everett to Illinois for:a visit. Their first stop was to be either Lombard or Chicago, and other stops included Harvard, Rockford, and Dwlght. At the latter place they will visit Mrs. Hartman and Mrs. Houck's father. They expect to be gone two weeks. The Fenton H. S. basketball teams played Bancroft teams at Bancroft last week Tuesday night. The Fenton girls lost 18-12, but the boys won 14-11. The Fenton teams played Lone Rock at Lone Rock Friday night, and the girte lost 32-20, and the boys won, 32-10. The C. G. Humphreys visited at the George Robb home at Estherville Thursday, and spent part of the time with Merrill Robb, who recently lost his appendix at a hospital there, and was in a serious condition for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and the latter's mother, Mrs. L. J. Olson, visiting here from Spencev, spent the week-end at the Robert Morris home, Des Moines. Mrs. Ruske and Mrs. Morris are sisters. Editor and Mrs. J, A. Schwartz, A. H. Peterson, S. E. Straley, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey attended a ''500" party at Glen Sharp's, Lone Rock, Friday night. The C. G. Humphreys, G. M. Millers, and the L. B. Millers, Kanawha, were dinner guests at H. P. Rasmussen's, Rlngsted, Sunday. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Rasmussen are sisters. W. H. Trafford, Belmond, spent Monday morning at the Rev. J. T. Snyder's. Mr. Trafford is a representative of the Hawkeye Manufac turing company at Belmond. The Henry Schultes and W. \ Yeagers returned Monday night from St. Paul and Minneapolis where Mr. Schulte purchased equipment for hie barber shop. The W. R. Wolfe and Frank McFall families were entertained at an oyster supper Friday at the parental T. N. McFall home In honor of Mr. McFall's 65th birthday. Mrs. Nels Mitchell, near Aigona spent the week-end at her brother o. Jf. Bt«p >>«. Mr, 'Mlteh*II " ° "'^^4. ' IhABhUrf refit > ironw with hhi>i . v Raymond aftd Wilfred StOetier and Theadora krueger attended a plumbers convention at Fort Dodge last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mra. E! A. Wetebrod drove to Dodge Center, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. WeisbrodVs sister and other relatives. The Frank Baileys, Mrs. Kate Newel, and Gordon Weisbrod were Sunday dinner guests at Le Roy Newel's, Hartley. Frances Bailey and Viola Light, teaching at Brltt, spent the week- nd at the Frank Bailey and John Light homes. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsln attended the funeral of an uncle of Mr. Geronsln at Foreat City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Peterson, Belmond, spent last week Tuesday at the Methodist parsonage. Agnes Goetsch entertained at two tables of bridge Saturday night at the R. C. Goetsch home. Malretta Helgason, teaching at Ringsted, spent the week-end at the H. H. Widdels. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Blake, Fort Dodge, visited the F. H. Bohns last Thursday. Rasmussen spent the weekend with a college friend at Fairmont. Freda Relmers Is now employed at the Huskamp garage. LEDYARD CENTER IS TOO TALL FOR SENECA PLAYERS Seneca, Jan. 20 — The Seneca basketball teams played set Ledyard Friday night, and the local girls won, 29-10, but the boys lost. In the boys' game the Senecans were in the lead at the half, when Ledyard substituted a taller center who was too much for Seneca. The final score was 30-114. Though the Seneca, boys were handicapped by opponents much taller than themselves, they played a good game. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and' list .of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWSPAPERS INC.; 214 Royal Union Bldg., Des Moines,' Iowa. ' g32tf Youth's Skull is Fractured— Arnold Schumacher Is in a hospital at Aigona, suffering from a fractured skull. Last Thursday, while he -was helping saw lumber with the Martin Larson sow, and a piece of wood hit him in the head. He was taken to a hospital Friday and has been in a serious condition since. He is the youngest son of the John Schumachers, east of Sen eca. Fred Jensens Have Moved— The Fred, Jensens, who formerly lived in the Haddy house at Seneca, have moved to the Henry McGregor place, four miles north and one- half mile east of Seneca'. Bernard, the eldest boy, who drives a school bus on one of the south routes out of Seneca, is at the Roy Jensen's. Mrs, Jensen and Mrs. McGregor are sisters. Seneca Teams Lose to Ringsted— The Seneca girls and boys' basket ball teams played two good games against the Rlngsted boys and girls last week Monday evening. Seneca lost both- games, the girls 37-117, the boys 39-19. Town Team Defeats Haifa— Tttie Seneca town basket hall team- played at Haifa Friday night and won, 24-19. The Haifa team will Play a return game here. Januarp 21. "OtK'cur Seneca'flews'- The local girls and boys' basketball teams will play the girls and boys of the,public-schools at Bancroft here 'this week Monday night. This Is the first local gome against Bancroft this season. The Forest Chriatenson sole will be held this week Tuesday, commencing at one o'clock. The Christensons have decided to live at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Verness, Hettlnger. N. D., who had been visiting at .the Rev. s. O. Sande's, left for home Friday. TT«" 1. WANT ADS -w GENERAL HOUSEWORK AT AL- gona wanted.—Ask'Advance.' 1 . '' ' ' '' TWO FURNISHED LIGHT housekeeping rooms, close In. 108 W. McGregor. iflu 19 FOR SALE—2 STACKS OF '"WILD hay.—Ray Butterfleld, Irvington; phone 15F12. 12pl9 FOR SALE—OFFICE SAFE). First class condition. — R, W. Myers, 714 S. Minnesota. Ilpl9 MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS FOR rent; 1 block northwest of courthouse.—Phone 335. 20ul9 FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE March boar. — Paul Blumer, Livermore, phone Lu ,Verne 6F12. 10FB19-21 FOR RENT — PARTLY MODERN 6-room house, near •> Parochial school.—Call at Smoke Shop. 14pl9 HOLSTEIN BULL FOR SALE— Serviceable age. — Wm. Fuerstenau, V4 mile south of Lotts Creek, WANTED: BY MARRIED MAN, Job on farm for the season. Can start any time. Call at Advance office. 18pl9-21 WANTED TO BUY A TWO voT ume set of B. F. Reed's History of Kossuth county.—W. J. Payne, tel. 672-J. g!9-20 FOR SALE—ONE BROWN SWISS bull, three years old; 2 bull calves 6 weeks old.—L. Glsh, phone 20F32, Aigona. 20pl8-19 FOR RENT—MODERN, furnished 3-apartment rooms for light housekeeping. — A. W. SIgsbee, phone 488-W. Ilpl9 FOR SALE—35 SPOTTED Poland China brood sows, eligible to registry; March and April farrow.—M, L. Barton, Lu Verne. 18pl8-20 MILCH COW LOANS AND ^ mobile refinancing. First door north of Iowa State bank. Telephone 6'5. C. R. LaBarre, Aigona, LOST—CHILD'S NEW LEATHER mitten, with elastic cuff, on State or So. Jones sts. Saturday afternoon. Leave with Advance or call 672-J, Norma Payne. g FOR SALE: TWO DUROC BOARS weight about 190 ibs., no necro and Immune'; at a bargain, fig each A. C. Carlisle, three-fourth mile eaat of Whittemore. 24fb(llS STOMACH ULCERS, GASTRITIS sufferers, get rid of your pain! W&ttttg. I?* jMitC BPIIjBPSY CURABLE? DETROIT lady finds complete relief for husband. Specialists home-abroad failed. Nothing to sell. All letters answered. Mrs. George Dempster, Apt. D2, 6900 Lafayette Blvd. West, Detroit, Mich. 25pl9 ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARE for the round-trip via the Milwaukee road between all stations, Postvllle to InWood, also Decorah. Tickets on sale dally, return limit 16 days. For further particulars ask Local Agent, The Milwaukee Road.—Adv. No. 231. SALESMEN WANTED—WE need men In Iowa to sell our highly refined, distilled and filtered tractor and motor oils to the farm trade with credit accommodation to Fall of 1931 without note, interest or mortgage. Liberal commission to salesmen with weekly advancements and full settlement the first of each month. Must have car.—The Lennox Oil & Paint Co., Dept. Sales, Cleveland, Ohio. 63pl9-20 LEGAL NOTICES 11 at Aigona,, Iowa, \ Jahuaty CLARK ORf'oV ' Olerk ot District Coilrt OLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. J. L. Sonar, Attorney, < l**4l NOTICE Of PROBATE OF tfb. 3468. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, 88. Ih District Court, January term, 1931. P?Efi* s V-' ijfellANtJAPv, wm »&e«*i&rW^ notified, that'an' be the last Wilt (Mlntile Mopjfte, declined, AnteA November IS, i9S«, having been thto (toy ilttid. ot»en«d fthd r«i<i ( tKe itth day of February, 1981, Is fWed for hearing? proof of «tme at the tiouft Hdtise In Algort&i iowa, before the t>lstr!6t Court of SAld douhty on 1 the Clerk 6f said Cotift! and at 9 o'clock a. hi. of the day above hientlohed) all person^ Interested are hereby no* ' By CLAtlA 1 Vah Ness A Stlliman Attorneys. IPIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN , ' • Special Sale on Gilts for January Oi NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF THE SPURBECK-LAMBERT COMPANY, A CORPORATION. To Whom It May Concern: Public notice is hereby given that at a special meeting of the stockholders of the Spurbeck,- Lambert Company, a corporation, held In Ai- gona, Iowa, on the 5th day, of July, 1930, a resolution dissolving said corporation was unanimously adopted by all of the stockholders of said corporation and the officers of said corporation were authorized to wind up the' affairs of said corporation and give notice of dissolution as provided by law. E. L. SPURBECK, President. C. L. INGERSOLL, 15-18 Secretary. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILI No. 3453. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. January term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of C. W. Hopkins, deceased, dated October ; 9, 1930,, having been this day filed, opened'"and read, the 12th day of February, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Aigona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are 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 Aigona, Iowa, January 13, 1931 . CLARK ORTON. Clerk of District Court By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. A. Hutchison, .Attorney. 18-20 NOTICE OF PRQBATE OF. WILL •" '•" : ' • NO. 3469; - ' .' ''. State of Iowa, Kossuth County, BS. In District ...Court, January term, •1911. ' ' . " • •'.• ; . ••"•••.• To'All Whom'It'iiay Concern: '?" You are hereby notified that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and, Testament'of Lydla Kropf, 'deceased,' dated December 4, 1930, having been thto day filed, opened and read, the 17th day of February. 1931, IB fixed for hearing proof of same at the Couif House in Aigona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any they have, why said 'instrument should not be probated and allowed aa and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. « Dated at Aigona, Iowa, January 17, 1831. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. BY CLA'RJe-REYNOLDS; ; Deputy. T. P. Harrington. Attorney. 19-21 NOTICE OF PROBATE OP No. 3456. In District Court. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, se. January term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Chester H. Long, deceased, dated April 2, 1921, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 12th filed, opened and read, the 12th day of February, 1931 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Aigona, Iowa, before the District, Court of Mild county or the Clerk at said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned, all person* interested are hereby notified and required to appear and choH cause, If any they have, why said *n- atrument should .not : be .probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased, Dated at Aigona,' Iowa, January 13, 1931. (Seal.) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. A. Hutchison, Attorney. 18-20 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WIW, No. 3462. State of Iowa, Koasuth county, ss. In District Court, January term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Nels Nelson, deceased, dated February 10, 1928, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 18tU day of February, 1931, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Aigona, Iowa, before the District Court of said Qouaty or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are 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 ot said «e- SILVER BOW V J Golden Arrow 152615 Lady Gopher 2d 382320 Twenty head of gilts sired by King Phi and Fair Play. All bred to Sl| Bow, one of the season's outstanding pigs. He has .been pronounced by m critic breeders as the best spring pig in northern Iowa. These gilts are well grown and should do any breeder or farmer good. herd made a real nice record at the fairs last fall. Come and see them. Geo. P. Hawcott, Burl, Iowa PUBLIC SALI Having bought a smaller, farm near Swea City, I "will dispose of the follow surplus stock at the old Lee McWhorter farm, 41/2 miles northeast of Hurt, 6 1 west of Titonka, and 3 miles east and 4 miles south of Bancroft, on Wednes. Jan. 2 Commencing at 1 o'clock. Lunch wagon on ground. Coffee served 32 Head of Livestock 6-HORSES AND MULES-6 Team of mules 4 and 5 yrs. old, wt. 1160 each; gf ay mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1250; gray horse, 12 yrs. old wt. 1500; team of bay mares 5 and 10 yrs. old, wt. 2800. . 33-HEADOF CATTLE-33 Eight good milch cows, some fresh and others to be fresh by sale date; 4 2-yr.-old steers; 4 2-yr.-old heifers, 3 to be fresh in March, and one in May; 3-yr.-old-steer; 4 yearling heifers; 2 yearling steers; 8 spring calves; 2 summer calves. i 53—HEAD OF HOGS—53 Thirty-three Duroc Jersey brood sows to farrow from the 1st to the 18th of April; 18 head of feeding hogs weighing about 175 pounds; 2 Duroc boars. All of these hogs are cholera immune. FARM MACHINERY, ETC, John Deere 10-ft. disc; International-row cultivator; single row cultivator; Emerson 12-in. gang plow; 5-ft. McCormick mower; Farmall trac- tor, out twp BeawnB;,.farmall 2f cultivator! • > nifev^ l^j^ick binder, cut only 86 acres; John corn ;pfcke^ for trw5tpr<£,ojlt-two ons; Square-turn binder hitch; . Cormick-Deering steering hitch binder; Fordson driving hitch ' binder; 1-hole Diamond corn s— Cow-Boy tank heater; feed bunk; of slip-tug harness; get of breed harness; bridles and fly nets, and i er articles. , ———— 2,000 bushel* of corn in 6 tons of hay in barn befd 20 White Rock Root ten] HOUSEHOLD GOODS] 9x12 body Brussels rug; 9x12 - minster rug; 9x12 rug; sewing ro- er; large chair;' worh; table; gW door cupboard; I wringer; Never F*! ing egg incubator, 460 capacity, u* two seasons, in excellent conditio! numerous other small articles. TEHM8—Gash, Qr see your No property removed until settled Wm. BUNKOFSKE, Prop] nT**nr A *w^m « —. . ^ i ' ™ ! STEWART $ KIDDLE, Auctioneers,

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