Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 8
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KOflflttttt COPNtlf PAGE EIGHT H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying PHONE 208 Algona, Iowa. SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT PKOCTOLOGY Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf Now/ *2caMile COACH FARE A Reduction of Nearly Vz between ois Momis, AMIS, Jivmi, WIUTER CITY, lAGLt GROVt, GOLDFIILD ALGONA and lnt«rm«dlal« Point* Take advantage of this sensational reduction in rail fare. Lowest in cost of all forms of transportation ;;; a savings of 44% over regular train fare. Children half fare. Baggage— 5 0 Ibs. on full fare ticket; 25 Ibs. on half fare ticket. *In effect for a test period, Feb. 1 to April 30. Future action depends on response of public to this extraordinary, low fare. for information *nd ticieli apply I* YOUR LOCAL TICKET AGENT CHICAGO «t " NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY Shovels Sharpened Free— For every disc brought to us in February for sharpening we will sharpen six cultivator shovels without charge. This offer expires February 28. Give us a chance to order repair parts in plenty of time. Look over your eveners and other equipment. We give careful attention to replacements and repairs. Thorpe WOOD AM) IRON WORKS Old Dray Shop Stand WHITTEMORE HOME DEGLAM CONTEST HELD Whlttemore, Feb. 10—Last week Wednesday evening pupils of the Whlttemore public school held their annual declamatory contest at academy hall. The program was: Oratorical—March of the Dead, Herman Behnke; Vengeance is Mine, Edward Heller; Padlocks and Rockplles, Herbert, Zumach. Dramatic — Elizabeth, Esther Behnke; The Littlest Rebel, Lillian Heldenwlth; The Man in the Shadow, Josephine Lnngerman; Camllle, Rosella Volght; The White Hans of Telham, Roberta Wollenhaupt. Humorous — Mother's Precious Goes to the Bridge Club, Geneva Langerman; Breaking the Earl Luchslnger; Stealing: patra's Stuff, Edwin Mallory; At the Swimming Pool, Lucile Rolm- ers; A Baseball Story, Harold Wagner. The judges were Supt. and Donald Weir, and winners in torlcal werei Edward Heller, second; dramatic— Esther Behnke,. first, Robert Wollenhaupt, second; humorous—Lucile Relmers, first, Earl Luchslnger, second. Herman Behnke, Esther Behnke, and Lucile Reimers will compete in a county contest at Fenton the latter part of the month. Valentine Party is Given— Thirty-five persons were entertained at a valentine party Sunday evening at Herman Cade's, and "500" nnd other games were played. Bernice Balgeman won the first prize for girls. William Heller for boys; Rosella Volgt, low for girls, William Oswald, low for boys. Clara Vaudt and Linda Dau won guessing contests, and Lornetta Bierstedt guessed closest to Mve number of hearts on a large sheet of paper. A two-course lunch was served. Out of town guests were Herman Vaudt, Lu Verne, and Lester and Ella Baas, West Bend. Father McEroy to Ruthren— Last week Tuesday J. M. Sampson, Emmetsburg, Des Moines Register salesman, was a Whlttemore visitor. Mr. Sampson said that Father Leo McEvoy has been appointed pastor of the parish at Ruthven. For some time past he has been stationed in Sioux City as an assistant. Father McEvoy is a brother of Margaret McEvoy, who latlves hero. He was accompanned by a cousin Tlllle Vaudt who spent the Sunday with her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaudt. Miss Vaudt works at William Vaudt's. Ruth Balgeman anct Lula Balne, Gushing, spent the week-end with Ruth's parents, Supervisor and Mrs. Frank Balgeman. Miss Balgeman teaches In a consolidated school at Cushlng. Mr.s. Leo Walters and her son Durwood spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the Jos. Walters home. She attended the Fuchsen shower. The James Walkers were Sunday dinner guests at Carl Walker's, Algonn. Carl Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Walker. The C. W. Laurltzens and the Eugene Schoonhovens were Sunday dinner guests at Carl Peterson's, Seneca. D-lores Flnnell, Rock Falls, spent tho week-end with her parents, Mr. News, I find Mrs. Robert Flnnell Sr. She Clco- i '^ches in n consolidated school. Last week Monday Father Charles Ernst, Bancroft, visited his sister, Mrs. Nick Thilges, south of Whltte- more. Last week the W. T. Kelly,family moved Into rooms over the harness Herman Behnke, first, I shop formerly occupied by the S. J. Hayes family. The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. Carl Hanoen Thursday afternoon. Mrs. James Crawford and Mrs. E. L. Phillips assisted. C. L. Cavanaugh, local drug dealer, went to DCS Moines last week Wednesday to attend a convention. The Henry Balis, Blue Earth, visited here and at West Bend last Thursday. Francis Elbert drove to Remson last week Sunday for Marcella Moff- man, who is visiting the Elberts. The Elberts and the J. V. Elberts were at Fairmont last week Wednesday. CHURCH JANITOR AT WESLEY IS GIVEN PURSE Wesley, Feb. 10—The M. E. board, wives and husbands, met at the parsonage last week Monday night, and then proceeded to surprise Hans Haneen at his home. Mr. Hansen, a member of the board, is also the church janitor, and the other members presented him with a purse In consideration of his efficient services during the revival meetings. The money was largely or wholly raised by congregational collections. Guests took material for lunch. A business meeting was held first, and it was decided to designate Thursday of each week as "church night," when members and friends, young and old, may meet to sing, and discuss such questions as, "What shall we do to further the interests of the Epworth League," ". . . of the Sunday school," etc. The Rev. Mr. Moore has sent for a supply of junior catechisms, and will train the children from now till Easter, at which time he will receive them into the church. taught in Whlttemore schools several years. for Sirs. Jno. Mulroney to Rochester— Mrs. John Mulroney, Mallard, sister of Philip and John Cullen, Whlt- temore, was taken to Rochester last week Wednesday for examination and treatment at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Mulroney has been in poor health for some time. She was accompanied by her son, Francis, and her sister, Mrs. Jos. Mulroney, Emmetsburg. E. G. Team Boats Presentation— The Sacred Heart team from Eagle Grove outscored the Presentation academy team of Whittemore, 19-16, In a basketball game at Eagle Grove last week Wednesday. Toil- lion was the best performer for the winners, collecting seven points, and Pat Farrell tallied six points for the losers. Carrt Party at William Roebw's— A number oC young folks were entertained at William Roeber's Sunday evening, and "500" was played. In attendance were Alfred Bruhn, Hilda Meyer, Hugo Meyer, Edna Dau, Emil Bierstedt, Erna Gade, Edward Lieb, Frieda Meyer, and Emma Roeber. Lunch was served. Grandson for Mrs. Kortum— Mrs. A. Kortum received word that she was again grandmother, a 9%-lb. boy having been born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson, Scranton. The Thompsons have one other child. Mrs. Thompson was formerly Stella Kortum. the jttftioM entertained at an all- Hlffh party At .Klelnpater's half. Gainea were played and Stunts performed, and cake and. Ice cream Were served. Lcfflon "Attx" Plans Lilrithcon— The Legion Auxiliary Will hold Its next meeting at the Legion .hall Thursday, February 17. There will be a covered-dish luncheon, and the evening will passed socially. Rrdnuin to Leave Hospital— Matt Erdman Is expected home this week Wednesday from the Kossuth hospital, Algona. H e will have been away 10 days, having Undergone rin operation for hernia. Fire at Depot Extinguished— A fire in the roof of the depot at 9 o'clock Monday morning burned off a few shingles. It was extinguished before serious damage was done. Klilsliolm Attends Short Course— VIggo Kiilsholm, secretary and buttermaker tor the creamery, left Monday Cor a week's short course at Ames. I.leclam Tilt, Tomorrow Night— The local declamatory contest will be 'held this week Friday evening. There are five contestants in each of the three classes. R, N. A. Boko Sale Clears $18— Th 0 Royal Neighbors took in $18 at a bake sale at the Klelnpeter store Saturday. and allowed M And tor th* tut wll and f MiAMtnt of MS deCetMri, Dated at Algona, Iowa, January CLARK ORtONi Clerk of District Cotlrt By CIuARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. 81, 1M1. (Seal.) Sullivan, McMahon & Llnn'an, Attorneys. 21-23 Seventy at Brotherhood Meeting— Seventy men attended a Brotherhood meeting at the Methodist church last week Wednesday evening. The Rev. E. H. Hutchlnson, Spencer, gave the address, and expressed the belief that never was the church's demonstration of the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of Jesus Christ more needed than in these days of unemployment as well as (in many cases) the exploitation of the employed by employers. The Methodist men's quartet from Algona sang, and a 12- year-old Richardson boy, of Algona, gave a humorous reading dealing with the adventures of a boy and his mother (a beginner) on the golf course. The Aid served sandwiches, Other Wesley. Last week Tuesday evening, our boys' first and second basketball teams won from Titonka, In games played here. The first team's score was 2'l-9, the second's, '6-4. This was the Wesley boys' third straight victory. The girls played Lu Verne here the same evening, in about the best game they have played this year. Friday evening the boys' first team went to Crystal Lake, and lost, 2$-~A. This week Tuesday both boys and girls go to Rake. The George Hildman family was released from quarantine last week Monday. Leo, eight years old, was the only one who had the disease, diphtheria, and will not be able to attend school for a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings entertained the parents of both, also Gordon's grandfather and Orville Moore, a.t dinner Sunday. B. B. Boys Defeat Indians— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erickson, Elm- 'hurst, 111., came Saturday night for a visit with the latter's aunt, Miss A. McPherson. Mrs. Tom Clarke, West Bend, accompanied her husband to the local creamery meeting Saturday, and called on friends here. Alfred Erdman attended a lumbermen's convention at Des Moines last week. The Study club will hold a party at Mrs. Ammon Lease's this week Tuesday evening-. The Arlo Dawsons entertained at three tables of bridge Sunday evening. Mrs. Ben Hopkins- returned Monday morning, from visits at Cleveland, Chicago, and iMadfsorf, Wfs. The Roy Spitlers, Goodell, visited Roy's sister-in-law, Mrs-. Fred Seefeld, Sunday. Virginia Benton, Mankato, spent the week-end' with her parents. George Aldrich returned Saturday morning from Dwight, 111. NOTICE OF pnOBATE OP Witt No. 3471. • 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 Katherlne M. Cooney deceased, dated January ,10, 1931 having been this day filed, opened and read, the 4th day.of March, 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, 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 an'l Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 2, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. ai-23 lit S. Teacher Has Rheumatism— Lorraine Botsford, Whittemore high school teacher, was taken honie the latter part of the week suffering from an attack of rheumatism. Mrs. Buttermore, West Bend, is teaching during Miss Botsford's absence. Shower Honors Luella Fuclisen— A large number of relatives and friends attended a. shower In honor of Luella Fuchsen at Presentation Academy Sunday afternoon. Bridge and "500" were played. Mise Fuchsen received many gifts. Lunch was served. At Lowest Prices NOW! COAL Buy your winter's supply now and save money! cake, and coffee and took in $12. in the basement, W. F. M. S. Holds Meeting— The Methodist W. F. M. S. held its postponed January meeting at the Hans Hansen home last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Gordon Giddings presided and Mrs. Ostercamp led devotions. The Mesdames Dlekmann and A. E. Giddings read the lesson, from "A Cloud of Witnesses." Several members gave resumes of articles in the December "Missionary Friend," and the host- ees served refreshments. The next meeting will be with the Mesdames Nlles and Pledges at Mrs. Turgeson's Friday, February 27. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PBOBATE OF WILL No. 3467. State of Iowa, Kossuth County,, ss, In District Court. To All. Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified', thait art instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and' Testament of John Kerr, deceased, dated! November 12, 1924, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 25th day of February, 1931, is- fiietJ for hearing proof of same' at the Conrt House in Algona,. Iowa,, before the District Court of said county or the Clerk of said Court r and 1 at 10 o'clock a. m. of the- daiy abO'Ve- mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and 1 required to at>pear and show cause, if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated 1 and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 27, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. 20-22 .NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. State of Iowa, Plaintiff, . vs. One Certain Automobile, Defendant. To Floyd E. Thompson: You are hereby notlfied t that on the 24th day of January, A. D. 1931, a Search Warrant was Issued from the office of L. A. Wlnkel, Justice of Peace In and for Algona township, Kossuth county, Iowa, against certain liquors, Instruments and materials used In violation of law In the matter of the sale and transportation of intoxicating liquor. That under and by virtue of'said Search Warrant, search wae made on the 26th day of January, A. D. 1931, and one certain Ford Tudor Model A automobile, factory No. 3470524, 1931 license No. 46-800, was found, the same being at said time used in the conveyance of Intoxicating liquor in Kossuth county, Iowa. You are further notified that information against said conveyance has been filed In the above entitled Court as provided under Section 2009 of the 1927 Code of Iowa, asking that said conveyance be con demned and dealt with according to law and that the hearing on said matter will come before the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, on the. 16th day of March, A. D, 1531, at which time and place you may appear and ehow cause, if any yon have, why .said vehicle, should not be forfeited and dealt with as provided by law. Dated this 31st day of January, A Dv 19J1. (Signed) GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY, County Attorney, 21-22 Kossuth County, Iowa NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSDTH COUNTY, SS: ^' Notice is- hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution direct, ed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa on a Judgment rendered in sale Court on the 27th day of January, Mutual Lite Insurance dohipftny 1 ot Milwaukee, Wisconsin, M 'plaintiff, •' ' The whole of the North* Quarter <NEJ%) and the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter* (N^V* o* BJ3U).of Section No. Thirty-One (81), In Township Number Ninety-Seven (9?) North, of Range No, Twenty-Nine (29) West, as defendants, for the sum of Nineteen 'Thousand One Hundred Seventy-Two and 26/100 (?19,m,2«) Dollars 'and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Forty-Eight and 7T/100 ($248,77) Dollars and accruing costs, have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Lewis M. Owen, Anna F, Owen et al, to satisfy snld execution, to-wlt: The whole of the Northeast Quarter (NE&) and . the Northeast Quarter ofthe Southeast Quarter'(NE% of SE%) of Section No. Thirty One (31) In Township No. Ninety-Seven (97) North, of Range No. Twenty-Nine (29)K'West; and I will proceed 'to sell said property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction'to the highest bidder for cash In hand on the 28yi day of February, 1931, at the East Door of the Courthouse In Algona, liossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day When and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 29th day of January, 1931. L. E. HOVBT, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. R. F. Clough, Mason City, Iowa. Plaintiff's Attorney. 21-22 NOTICE OF BHEBIFF'8 SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice Is hereby given -that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Olerk of the District Court of Kossu'.h county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 27th day of January, 1931, In favor of The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company of Milwaukee, Wteconsln, as plaintiff, and against The West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W% of NEU) of Section No. Thirty-Si* (36) In Township No. Ninety-Five (95) North, of Range No. Twenty- Nine (29) West; also government Lot No. Four (4) and the West Fifty-One and Twenty-Nine One Hundredths. acres of Government Lot No. Three of Section No. Thirty-Six (36) aforesaid, as defendants, for the sum of Eight Thousand Three Hundred One and 08/100 ($8,301.08) Dollars, and costs, taxed at One Hundred Forty-Four and 06/100 ($144.06) Dollars and accruing coste, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said John P. Marso, Magdalena Marso, H. T. Cook, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W% of NE%) of Section No. Thirty-Six (36), in Township No. Ninety-Five (95) North, of Range No. Twenty T Nlne (29) West also Government Lot Four (4) and the West Fifty One and Twenty- Nine One Hundredths acres of Government Lot Three of Section No Thirty Six (36) aforesaid; and I will proceed to eell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execu- iion, with costs and accruing cost? at public auction, to the highest bidder, for each In hand, on the 28th day of February, 1931, at the east door of the Court House WE DO NOT CHARGE WANT AD- check' MUST accompany ordera.— Advance. tl , at {fy'W.et iii * •« low*, a. M'JiW When —,. Will Be gflv«li by the Sighed. , . Bated this 29th day ofi January, 8 ' L. M. MOVE*, Sheriff^of koMith County, Iowa, i By Everett t,i Harris, Deputy. R. F. Clough, Wtason City, loWa, Plaintiff's Attorney. 21^22 BUSINESS K08SUTH COUNT? Weekly Newspnp, Bntewd as Socond.f December si, inog, at at Algona, Iowa! " OtfKlt'lAIj NOTICE TO CON-* TllACTOltS Sealed proposals will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, or at ner office In said City Until five o'clock p. m., -on the 3rd day of March, 1931, for. the^con- structlon of the following described mprovenient! In ithe City 1 of'Algona, Iowa, tp-wlt: ., ' ,; ••;',&.' For the erection; and : . completion jot a Water! T'redtmfent Works, Including necessary 1 adjustments to existing structures i and the construction of an Dera- tion .tower, sediment basin;, filters, storage reservoir, building; and necessary piping and equipment all in accordance with plans and specifications now 'on file with said City Clerk. , \'AH bids must be accompanied- In a separate envelope by a • Certified check drawn on an Iowa bank 1 and made payable' to the Treasurer of said City Iti the sum of twenty-five per cent of the bid submitted, which certified check will be held as security that the' bidder will enter Into a contract for the construction of the work and will furnish the required bond, and that In case a. successful bidder shall fall, or refuse to enter Into a contract and .furnish the required bond his certified check may be retained by said City aa agreed and liquidated damage. The City Council reserves the right to except'the bid on pumping equipment, operating gauges, etc., separate from that for the balance of the work. Payments will be made to the contractor on the contract out of funds belonging to the City of Algona, Town, every thirty days and ahall be approximately fifty per cent (50%) of the cost of the work completed, or material placed on the site, or stored 1 fn,local warehouse. The. final payment wffl be made within thirty days .after the work Is completed and' accepted by the City Council. The City reserves the right to reject, any and a:II bids. Contracts will be let to. the lowest responsible bidder unless aTI bids are rejected or the' C'otrnelT for cause shall find it necessary to throw out one or more bids;. Copies' of plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the City Clerk or may lie secured from M. V. Morrfs-, Engineer, Webster City, Iowa, upon making a deposit with said' Engineer In the amount of Fifteen Dollars Cf 16.00), Ten Dollars ($10.00) of which wfll be returned If plans and' specifications are returned in good 1 order on or before the date of letting-. Contractor must agree to commence work on or before the let day of April, 193T, and 1 to fully complete said work on or before the 1st day of August, 1931'. All bids will be opened In • open council at a meeting to be held at the Council Chamber on the date and hour above fixed and contracts will be awarded 1 at that time or at such subsequent time as to which the Council may adjourn. Published 1 by direction of the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, and dated' at Algona, Iowa, this 5th day of February, 19S1. ADAH CARLSON, " Cfty Clerk of the 22-23 .Cfty of Algona, Iowa. W. B. Quarton WAB i° N -*»iu] Phones: Of tic >-- —i, rem Algona, io,v a . HONAR . Office phone 400-w. ' ... ' "'"iran •! Attorneys-at-LaPhones: office, 201 • j 3. E. Me, 403. ' 4. larrlngton Attorneys-at-Lawl Phones: Office, 287; T. pi B. J. VAN NESS 0. W. g> Office over Iowa State J Phone 213-W. "?' Oh D. Shumway » j 8HUMWAY A H/J Attorneys-at-U»l Office In Qulnby Phone 58. M -A. WINKET Attorney-at-Ut Office In Qulnby Bui Phone 180. DOCTORS KENGFICK & M. J. Keneflck n. H."c Physicians and Sur» Offices: Algona Hospital' p. Residence Phonal Keneflck, 67. ' C. H. CKETZMKT Physician and Surg. , Office In John GalbralthL Phones: Office 310, res. <«] WAMEK . „,.„„„, Physician and Surgi Office In Qulnby Bldg., , Phone No. 12, —^~ "• D. JiiiifiiBn Otteopathtc Physician nil Bye, Ear, Nose, and X-ray. . Office over Hub Recreation! Phones: Office, 187; real* — — _^ P. V. JANSE, M. D| Physician and Snrm Office on South Dodge I Phones: Office, 666; reald Algona, Iowa, DENTISTS J>E. A. i). ADAM! Dentist Office in First National L_ Phonea: Office, 20; resTj DB. H. M. OLSOl] Dentist. Located over Chrlstenmil Phones: Business 166, ] Algona, Iowa ^titiiminiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Public Sale As I am about to quit farming I will offer the following personal property at = public sale at the farm 6 miles south and i/ 2 mile .west of Algona; 5 miles north S SE and % mile west of St. Joe, on We handle the BEST GRADES of COAL, and sell on the lowest possible margin. Best grades of Coal at lowest prices. FAEMEES' KLEVATOE GO. HOBARTON its. Elder Jr., Manager. Phone 36P1. Mrs. Henry Frumbach Burled— Funeral services' for Mrs. Henry Frambach, who died last week Tuesday after a long Illness, were held at the home east of town last Thursday afternoon. The Rev. N. Hotchkiss, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated. Catholic Women Help Poor— The Missionary Association of Catholic Women met at its rooms over the Kunz store last week Tuesday afternoon. The women meet ev- when they tie clothing, or make. Mrs, (ico. Meyers Hirtliduy Observed Relatives and friends helped Mrs. George Meyers celebrate a birthday last week Wednesday evening. Cards were played and lunch was served. ,1. A'. Elberts Buy u Home— The J. V. Elberts recently bought the Corry Haase residence. Corry has been living at Estherville since his recent marriage. ery other week, quilts, make new over the old. As often as every alternate week they send their work to headquarters at Milwaukee, whence it is distributed wherever needed. Mrs. Anna Kunz furnishes the rooms free of charge, and Mrs. Gray pays the janitor and all extra cleaning. quilt, the top having been and donated by Mrs. A. L. Other Whittemore. Mrs. Frambach was horn at Victor 50 years ago, coming to 'Whltte- more when a small child. She was married to Henry Frambach at Emmetsburg. Beside her husband ehe survived by two sons, Harold and Walter, one sister, Mrs. Frank Seeley, Whittemore, and four brothers, Robert Finneil, Whittemore; I. M. Finnell, Algona; Charles Finneil, Lake Geneva, Wis.; and Clarence FinneU, Colorado. A week ago Saturday Mrs. H. E. Woodward came home from Rochester, N. Y., where she attended funeral services for a sister, Ruth McCarthy. Burial was made at Lima, N. Y. Miss McCarthy's death was caused by' inhaling monoxide gas. She had been a teacher in the high school at Port Chester, N. Y., for several years. The Rev. and Mrs. Stahmer, of Falrville, a daughter, and Mrs. Sohattschnelder drove to Davenport Sunday, the Stahmers to visit the pastor's mother, Mrs. Schatt Schneider to visit her daughter, Mrs. Arnold Will, formerly Meta Schatt- schnelder. Herman, son of William Vaudt, Llvermore, spent Sunday wlta re- Auxlllurr Ties 7th Quilt— The Legion Auxiliary met last Thursday evening at the Legion rooms, and the members tied a wool pieced Kleinpeter. This is the seventh quilt recently completed by the Auxiliary. They are used for the benefit of the families of service men. Mrs. J. T. Meurer was hostess at the last meeting. Declamatory Eliminations Held Elimination in the H. S. humorous declamatory class was held Friday, and those who will compete are Marie Reno, Mildred Fox, Enar Franzen, Mary Lorenz, Irene Haynes. The elimination for the oratorical class will be held this week Tuesday. None will b'e held for the dramatic class. Emma Studer Expected Home— Enima Studer continues to Improve, and will probably return from Mercy hospital, Mason City, by the last of the week. Mrs. Nathan Studer is now able to be up much of the time. Mrs. A. A. Studer, Manly, is still with her. History o ' Town Wanted,— Isabel Kerrins, telephone "central," is gathering facts of early town history to be Included by the Northwestern Bell Telephone company in a montihly magazine published for employes. Juniors Hosts at Party— Last week Weduesdty evening NOTICE OF PBOBATE OF WILL No. 34G8. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an Instrument \of writing purporting to be the last AV111 and Testament of Catherine Klein, deceased, dated November 13, 192!), having been this day and read, the 3rd day 1931, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, 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 in- filed, open "f March, Thursday, Feb. 19 DR. C. D. SCHAl Dentist Located In former Dr. ff,j office, over Christensen 1 Phone 133. — — CHIROPBACT08 DB. R. J. THISSEJl Palmer Graduate Chin Thirteen year's successful I Office over State's ( VETERINABll . l. iv. FOX Veterinarian State Street, Phones: Office 475-W..1 BUILDING CONTI = SALE BEGINS AT 12:80 LUNCH SERVED BY LADIES' AID 1101 Head of Livestock 101 COWAN «8<W . .General Contractoi»| Estimates FurnU Phones: Business, 639-J; I ••• H MACMINIST8- NOBTON MACHINE Machinists and Wei Service stock on Piston 1 and Bearings. West of 'Courthouse. PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPild Cash Buyers. Poultry, Eggs, and 1 Matt Lamuth, Mgr,| Phone 264, — • INSURANCE: 10 HEAD OF HORSES Worthtj Purpose L To pay doctor billi. 2. To refinance your car and reduce payments. I. To buy livestock or chicken*. 4, TO GBT OUT O'F DEBT ^-by grouping scattered bills where one uniform email payment can b« made each month. PAYMENT SCHEDULE t 50— Repay f 3.55 m Month 1100— Kepay t 7.05 * Month $200— Repay S14.10 a Month »300— Repay (21.10 a Month Your furniture, auto and live. itock may be used aa security. W« will be glad to talk with you (confidentially, ot courw) about or. ranging a loan to meet your need*. See * * CUNNINGHAM & LACY A&GOJTA Representing FJ5DEBAL FINANCE CO. 10 KOSSUTH COUNT? INSVBANCE ASSOC Pver »16,000,000 worth o! ( In force. A home coropa" 1 secure. J. O. Paxson,! . Gray horse 10 yrs. old, w. 1600; gray mare 8 yre. old, wt. 1300- grav mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1250; sorrel horse 12 yrs. old, wt. 1400; bay mare 11 ws S wt 1400; black team 5 yrs. old, wt. 2800; sorrel mare 9VB?O£, wt 1300"'one teal bay and gray, 10 yrs. old, wt. 2800. ' one team> HEAD OF CATTLE Fifteen head of good milch cows; and 2 small calves. Shorthorn roan bull; 70HEAD OF 600D FEEBIKfl 8HOATS-YACCIKATED, DOCBH; MEATMEN FARM MACHINERY, ETC Oliver 2-row cultivator; Emerson cultivator TERMS— Cash, or see your banker Win. METZEN THE ALGONA AGENCY 0. B. La Barre Al Reliable Ins. Sen ; , phone 65. City Property Loans. Insurance. Real CUNNINGHAM * 107 W, State St. JO New and used Auto] ..Tired and Access Hides, Fur and EE L, A. MATERN, Auctioneer. I ^ i j-i' £.

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