Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1931
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EIGHT SERVICES FOR PIONEER HELD AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, Feb. 24 — The funera of Mrs. Wilhelmina Cady, Lu Verne nloneer who died at a Minneapolis hospital February 14, was held at the Lutheran church last week Tues day, with her pastor, the Rev. P. Braner, officiating. The body was brought to her brother Julius Strip ling's, where a short service was held preceding the church service Burial was made In the local cemetery, and the pall-bearers were 'Fred Tlede, Glaus Kruse, F. W. Hlntz Herman Hintz Sr., William Rlstau and Henry Klstau. Mrs. Cady was born in West Prussia and came to America in 1874 with her parents IttK- and Mrs. Carl Stripling, wno BMIlfed near Cambridge, 111., where - was married to David Cady in Two children were born, a o died in infancy and Roy, of Minneapolis. The cause of her death •was cancer and pneumonia. She lefit another brother, Charles Strip line, Sherburn, Minn. Progressive Club Meets Friday— The Progressive club met with Mrs. A. L. Spobner Friday afternoon; attendance, 13 members, five guests. Mrs. Aaron Steussy gave an account of her recent trip to Florida; Mrs. Irvin Chapman read a paper on Great American Patriots; and Mrs. Ray Stone and Geraldine Boman, assisted by four high school girls, Vera Ramus, Elsie Hunt, Dorothy Hnnsolman, nnd Benona Neal, sang- Just American, accompanied by Mrs. Harold Phillips. Th^ hostess, assisted by Mrs. <Maynard Bpooner, served lunch. The next meeting in two weeks will be at Mrs. P. C. Lich-ty's, Mesdames Ma* Hard Spooner, Robert Master.son, and De Rae Godfrey, hostesses. W. F. Godfrey Birthday Honored— Mrs. W. F. Godfrey entertained 12 persons at dinner Friday evening In honor of Mr. Godfrey's birthday. Mrs. De Rae Godfrey and Florence Godfrey served. The evening was spent on stories of old times and looking over photogroups taken many years ago. I. F. Chapman, I. H. Benedict, Mrs. Martha Stone, and Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey vied in Btories of the early days. Club Meets in Country— The J. F. F. club met last Thursday evening at the country home Of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Legler for progressive rook. Dr. T. L. AVllliams and Mrs. Otto Ramus won the high scores; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Green the consolations. The next meeting in two weeks will be at Mrs. Orville Gllson's, Llvermore. Braner Presides ut Banquet— The Rev. and Mrs. Braner and Teacher Zeitz attended a birthday party for the Rev. I. Kitzman, West Bend, who was 30 years old on George Washington's birthday. The party was held in the basement of the West Bend Lutheran church. 'Mr. Braner was toastmaster 'at a program. B. 'Mason . attended a rural inadi carrier's meeting at Algona Monday. ^ • • ; Mr. and Mrs. • Herbert Smith returned Saturday from Dexter, Minn., where they visited their son Hoyt. Frank Barton, of Murray, and his son Charles, were at Charles Wolf's last week Mpnday and Tuesday. Hugh Colwell has been drawn on the petit jury at Humboldt, Court convenes March 17. Ruth Ewlng, Farnhamvllle, is at Mrs. Mary Zwelfel's, helping In the care of the latter. The Tuesday club meets this week Tuesday with Mrs. H. A. Reyman. Mrs. Harold gorenson entertained last week Tuesday afternoon at rook. WHITTEMORE SCHOOL GIVES HOME TALENT UNION SCHOOL PUPILS ENJOY DINNERPARTY Union Twp., Feb. 24—A week ago Friday the Dlst. No. 4 pupils and their teacher, Gertrude Sage, had a Valentine party at the schoolhouse, where dinner was prepared and ice cream made. The boys got Ice from the creek near by. The guests were pre-echool pupils, who went at noon. After dinner games and a' Valentine box furnished , amusement. The guests were James Coady, Jerald Kendall Ward, Lee Schenck, Schenck, Parsons, Willrett, Frank Jenklnson, Coady, Russell Mahoney, and Darwin Richard John Paul Whlttemore, Feb. 24 Eyes of Albert ScliipulLs Have Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull are parents of a daughter, week Tuesday. They born last now have three children, both the others being boys. Mrs. Schlpull's mother, Mrs. George Brownleewee, with her. Clarion, is Farewell for Departing: Boy— Andrew Marty entertained a number of fourth grade school boys Saturday morning as a farewell for JJoyd Wendt, who leaves this week for a new home near Bode. Mrs. Jns. Smith Still Sick- Mrs. James Smith is still critically sick at the Kossuth hospital. Her daughter, Mrs. Dick Stauffacher, was with her several days last week. Other Lu Verne News The TRev. A. J. Koonce, Omaha, preached two sermons at the Pres- In the Bought byterian church Sunday, morning his subject was With a Price; i n the evening, Remember Lot's Wife. There \v;us a large attendance, pect to return to 1. Mr. and Mrs. F The family ex- Lu Verno April L. Hag'ist, Chi- Love, a play, was given at St. Paul's Luthpran school by the Young People's society last week Sunday evening, and after the presentation, members of the cast, accompanied bv Frank Jergens, drove to Algona for lunch; Eldora Dau, Herman Behnke, Linda Roeber, Herbert 2u- mach, Esther Behnke, Herbert Vaudt, Bernice Balgeman, and Linda Dau. All were still In costume, even one who represented a Negro. The cast was entertained at Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman's last week Monday evening, and all of the players again wore costume and make-up. Out-of-town guests were Arnold Koestler, Beada Kollasch, Raemond Koestler, and Erwin Lobes, all of Burt. Surprise for the Bob Oswalds— A surprise party took place at Bob Oswald's last week Tuesday evening. The men played cards, but the latter part of the evening was spent at dancing. A midnight lunch was served. The Oswalds are moving to the old Rawson farm, where the Otto Bells are now living. Attending the party were the Herman Laucks, the Herman and Verner tades, the Bells, the Carl Feyes, the Charles and Peter Kollasches, the Jos. Meehans, the Jos. Leinin- rers, the Louis Wehrspans, William Madsons, the Theodore, Ferdinand and Martin Oswalds, the Manual Ostrums, 'Miss Bast, the Gus Frinks, the Henry Oswalds, Edna Bruhn, the Herman and Archie Voights, Charles Voight, his daughters Margaret and Ella, Elmer and-William Oswald, Raymond and Orville Tietz, Lotts Creek, and Rudolf Tietz, Algona. Power Plant Here Inspected— Gus Nlssen and councilmen from Belmond visited the local light and power plant one day last week. vestigated the service, and discussed rates. Belmond is served by a high line, and the rates are considered too high. On -the way home the party stopped to call at George Meyer's. Mrs. Meyer is a sister of Mr. Nissen. had just tour. cago, arrived last week Tuesday afternoon for a short visit with tho latter's mother, Mrs. W. A. Patterson. They went home Saturday. They made the coming trip of 412 miles in a little more than I'l hours, or a.t -the rate of 37!i: miles an hour. Jos. Wadleigh got home Sunday from Brooks, Ind., where he had. taken Mrs. l;oy watlleigh, Sexton, and bor children to a. new home on a. farm Ids miles from the old home at Watseka, 111. Hoy leaves waj! played this week Wednesday. -served. 'Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford entertained their bridge flub last Thursduy evening at five tables 6t progressive f,oo. Doctor and Mrs. Corbin won the high family score; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Llndebak, low. The Sherman Good.Will club met last Thursday at Mrs. H. D. Ristau's; attendance, 14 members anrt four visitors. The next meeting in three weeks will be at 'Mrs. Frank Shipley's. Mrs. H. Yon Draska was at Fort Dodge last week, helping care for a new granddaughter at the home of he r daughter, Mrs. Charles 1-Joyle. Tho baby has been named Marjorie Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Colwell and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baessler, Livermore, were guests of the Hugh Col- wells Sunday and attended Presbyterian services here that evening. The Sherman Good Will club plans a farewell party at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christiansen's for Mrs. Hay Butterfield, who is moving to a, new homo near Burt. Dorothy Marty, it. N., Chicago, •Visited her grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Marty, last week. She is now a private nurse connected with the Presbyterian hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Daggy were called to the old home in 'Illinois Saturday by news of the serious Illness of the latter's mother. J. W. Hartinger, former editor of the News, now of Grundy Center, and his wife and son were business Cliurolies Are Observing Lent— The Lenten season began last week Wednesday, and services are being held at the local Lutheran and Catholic churches.' At the Lutheran church they are held each Wednesday, alternating morning and evening; at the Catholic church the Stations of the Cross and a sermon take place each Friday and Sunday evening at 7:30. Stovers Visit Whitteinore Friends— The I. C. Stovers, Sioux Falls, recently called on friends here. Mr. Stover once worked at the .local Ford garage an d his wife ran a beauty department at the Kelly barber shop. From here they moved to a point near Cherokee, "where Mr. Stover for a time owned a Ford garage. Rnbt'rt Voig-lits Come to Town— The Robert Voig-hts, who had lived at Lotts Creek two or three years, have moved to the Jos. McGovern house in the east part of town. They were on the Emilie Bast farm during the season of 1930. Dance Honors Newlywetls— A dance was given in Tionor of Mr. and -Mrs. Dee Oswald at the Higgins hall last week Monday evening and was largely'attended. They Schenck. Incidentally all ten are hoys between two and five years old. Present Indications are that this may be- a boys' school before long. The present enrollment of 20 hae ten boys and ten girls. Club Has- Valentine Party— The Mothers and Daughters club enjoyed a Valentine party at the Community room of the Good Hope church tost' Thursday • evening. A program of music and readings was given, and a trny lunch served. Mesdames Mary Wood and Ethel Smith will be hostesses at the next meet- Ing thte week Thursday, and the program will be: vocal solo, the Rev. Allen Wood; paper, What Is That in Thine Hand? Mrs. Minnie Sarchett; magazine article, If You Don't Like Yourself, Change, Mrs. Ada Hoflus. P.-T. Association Hoars Program— Mr. and Mrs. William Rich entertained the Dist. No. 4 Parent-Teacher association Friday evening. A business meeting vas held, with Harry Ward, president, presiding. Piano music was given by Mrs. F. S. Thompson, violin and piano music by Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, and assembly singing by all. A lunch and cards furnished other amusement. Prizes were given to Mrs. Rudolph Will and Glen Jen- klnson for the high scores, and to Mrs. Ward and George' Rich for low. Saw Mill In Thompson Woods— James Elaine, Sexton, .is sawing lumber from logs In the F. S. Thompson woods. Frank RIebhoff and A. B. Schenck have hauled logs to be sawed, and others may do so. This is the third time during the last six years that Mr. Blalne had his sawmill in the Thompson woods. Mr. Thompson finds ready sale for eveners and such like from ash and other hard woods. Other Union News Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs entertained neighbors and other friends last Thursday evening at an aluminum demonstration, and lunch prepared by the demonstrators was served. Charles, 3-year-old son of They inspected th e ' machinery, in^ *!l° h0st "".? hostess - P |cked Mr «1.1 i._j ,, _ . . \VllllJim T?tpn nnil TtVcinlr rViilV- William Rich and Frank Cruikshank as the best-looking woman and man, and they received gifts of aluminum. Airs. George W. Boevers, Mason City, and her son Donald were callers in the township Monday. They have been driving a new Ford coupe since the automobile accident of a few weeks ago. Mr. Boevers, who had the ligaments in one leg torn, is still unable to leave the house. Jean Cruikshank is now housekeeper for her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson, west of Algona. Mrs. Jenklnson, who has been ill since early winter, is gradually improving-. Mr. and Mrs. Chrle Alt entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Monday the Ben Gerbers, West Bend, and the George Bruellmans and John Gerbers, Hobarton. Sexton Singleton place Just south of the fair grounds,. The Olsdh*. now near Burt, are coming to their farm 1 , and the B, H. Potters, Seneca, rented a house near the M. A'St. L. depot. A church supper was fairly well attended Friday evening: at the Q. W. and Ray Brown home. Mildred Sundlng, clerk at the Bloom store, came home Saturday afternoon, sick with a severe cold and throat trouble. Her sleter Ar« lene filled her place Saturday evening, and Mildred went back to work Tuesday. She won a box of chocolates Saturday by selling more pounds of cookies and craokerg than two other young women' In the store. Carroll, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter and Catherine Dornbler, Corwlth, were married last week Tuesday at Gowrle by the Rev. Mr. Patterson at the Methodist parsonage. The' couple visited Carroll's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Tllton, at Cowrie and nleo visits at Des Motnes and made Fort Dodge. They will begin housekeeping March 1 on the Warner farm, recently vacaled by the Clem Ho- ga.ns. - LotU Creek Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm were at Albert Kressln's part of last week and helped butcher and put up meat. A farewell party was given at Albert Potratz's Sunday evening In honor of Elma and Hilda. The Pa- irat'-wM nrp mnvlnjr *o *ho Whltte- more neighborhood. The Walter Ohms and Mathilda, Lillian, and Alvlra Kressin motored to Correotlonvllle recently. They also visited Sioux City. Communion services were held Sunday at the Lutheran church. Edrla Peterson gave a pie social at her schoolhouse Friday evening and netted $16.50 which will be usnd for school purposes. The eighth grade children In the porochlal school and public schools of the county took the annual examinations recently and. have their returns. Most of them passed. Lillian Kressin observed a birthday Sunday by entertaining Elsie Kohlwea and Alva Van Dees at a three course dinner. Goerge Washington dishes were served. Elsie Kohlwea helped her sister, Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Saturday afternoon. A bridge club met there. A surprise party was given for Arthur Luedtke Sunday night In honor of a birthday. Lunch was served and cards were played. Sale Dates Feb. 26—William Steil, 7 miles east of Burt, closing out sale. •March 4—Herman R. Bunkofske, 2 miles south of Burt, closing out sale. March 4—Floyd Olson, Swea City, Poland China brood sow sale. March 10 — B. A. Galbraith, 1% miles southwest of Algona, general farm sale. M OVERS, ATTENTION—IF YOU take the Advance, and if you are moving March 1, turn first page, clip the change to of the address form, fill it in, and mail it to the Advance. DO IT NOW, please before it is forgotten in the rush of moving. bred flows to farrow'last of April or first bf May< Price, t at this office.. .' PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE SOWS and gilts for sale; bred for spring farrowing r also good bay teatn.—J. H. Warner, Swea City. 19FB23-24 SPRING TERM. NEW CLASSES will be opened In all subjects Monday, March 2,—Hamilton ^College of Commerce, Mason City, phone 945. 21u24 BARGAIN FOR YOU — HOUSE with lots at St. Benedict; cheap If taken soon, and four extra lots free. Inquire People's Savings Bank, St, Benedict. 23p24-7? NOTICE—I WILL NOT BE RE- sponslble for any business transacted except that which I contract personally—Ello "Rahn, Lone Rock. 21p23-26 NOTIORi-I WILL NOT BE RE- sponslble for . any business transacted except that which I contract personally. — Conrad Rahn, Lone Rock. . 21p23-26 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Chester White gilts, due to farrow last part of March. — Olen Rlnehart, Brltt, 5 miles south of Woden on gravel road. 24p23-24 FOR SALE—BETTER SEED;-corn at reductions of 1 one-third to one- half. First and sweepstakes at Ames. Circular, and'price i free.—A. C. Carlisle, %'-mlle east of WMtte- more. 27pFBZ3-28 WANTED — 1,000 CISTERNS TO clean. We remove water and save It, scrub cistern and rinse it, and filter water before putting It back. Prices right.—C."E. Sweet, Algona, phone 523. 30p24 FOR SALE — EIGHT YEARLING Holsteln heifers, 2 registered, 6 grades. From dams of 300 to 350 Ibs. butterfat. Sire, Plebe Captain Ormsby. Nicely marked. — '• S. R. Parsons, Irvington. 27FB24-27 MAN WANTED TO MANAGE grist mill. ' Earn $50 week. Must have cash deposit $650. Give details about yourself. Write portable Hammer-Mill Sales Company, 413 I0th St., Des Moines. 29p24 FOR SALE—SOY BEAN SEED; A new variety called "Illlni." Yields 10 per cent more seed than the Manchu, and matures only 5 days later. Will make good hay. A yellow bean.—A. B. Schenck, Algona. 35FB ON HAND AT ALL TIMES—BABY chicks; Hawkeye brooder houses and hog- ftotiBes, Simplex brooder stoves-,, pxmltry supplies. Get our low prices before buying. — Phone No. 800, ICoBStrtfj Co. Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 32U24-27 EPILEPSY' CURABLE? DETROIT lady fi'ntfa complete relief for husband. Specialists home, abroad failed. NbtMng to sell. All letters answered". — Mrs, Geo. Dempster, Apt. D 2', 6900 La Fayette Blvd. West, Detroit,. SIfch. 30p24 IF^YOtTilAVVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell 1 , or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and : Hat of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.^IOWA • NEWSPAPERS INC., 214 Royal Union Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa, g32tf WANT ADS REGISTERED' CERTIFIED. Grimm alfalfa, scarified' sweet clover. No quack grass, Canadian thistle, dodder buckthorn. Lowest prices ever quoted. Seed shipped subject Inspection, freight prepaid). AVrite for filub offer; free samples. Agents wanted.—North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa Association, Fargo, N. D. (Cooperative organization; over 500 rowers). 45(1)23-24 FOR RENT—MODERN Phone j>9. FOR~~SALE — SMALL house.—D. B. Austin. HOUSE.— 10p24 MODERN 7p21-25 WANTED—50 TO 70 FT. mill.—Call Advance. WIND- 9p23 FOR SALE — GEESE Phone 9 on S7, Burt. HENS, — 7p24 returned from a wedding Walter Yaiult Birthday Observed— Relatives surprised Walter Vaudt in honor of a birthday last week Wednesday evening. Five hundred and a midnight lunch FOR SALE — 6-ROOM MODERN bungalow.—Inquire at Advance. Sp23-24 visitors here Monday. Maynard Spooner was at Des Moines part of last week, attending a meeting of Equitable Life Insurance salesmen. John Voss and Otto Westling attended the funeral of Hiram Green last week Wednesday at., his home near Llvermore. ' •' :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone and W. Hoy Suffers Sprained Ankle— While he was playing- basketball a week ;itro Hubert Flnnell Jr. suffered a sprained ankle and for a [L'\V days had to use a cane. Academy Loses to Al^o The Presentation Academy basketball boys played Algona at St. Cecelia's academy last week Tuesday evening and lost, 2G-5. Other Whitteinore. Mrs. Walter T. Dullard, West Union, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Erue, spent last Thursday afternoon at the public high school. Before marriage she taught the 4th and Sth grades. She was Mary Krue. Mrs. M. C. Weir and Mrs. William Higgins went to Sioux City last Thursday to spend a few days with their daughters, Patricia '\yeir and RoselUi Higgens, taking nurses- training there. Ben Schreier and his uncle, Fred Bischoff, Dubuque, drove to Item- sen, last week Tuesday to visit relatives. Be n was to help a brother move to a farm near Pipestone, Minn. Josephine and Java, daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Fandel, spent the week-end at their grandmother Mrs. Theo. Elbert's at Algona. The Herman Voights and Arthur Heldenwiths spent Friday evening at the Barber Henry Lavrenz home, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Duffy are parents of a boy, born last Thursday. They have one other child, a The Wesley township Farm Bureau will meet for a program at the Sexton hall this week Friday night at 7:30. There will be a debate, dialogues, and recitations. Members of the Irving-ton Farm Bureau will be guests.' Helen Paetz underwent an operation for appendicitis last week Tuesday at her home north of Sexton. Doctor Wallace, of Algona, did the operating, and Gertrude Kuchenruether is the trained nurse in attendance. Helen is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, and is attending the high school at Algona. She is recovering rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield were Sunday dinner guests at William Greenfield's, near Irvington, and other guests were the Robert Hardcopfs and Lawrence and Kenneth Curran, Lu Verne. The Lloyd Gross family spent the_ afternoon there also. The Rev. C. R. Hotchkiss, Whltte- more filled the pulpit here Sunday morning in place of the Rev. Mr. Moore, who was called away to preach a funeral sermon for his daughter's father-in-law, who was buried Saturday. A play, Deacon Dubbs, was given at the local hall Monday night by the Doan young people. There was only a small attendance. A surprise party will be given for Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders this week Tuesday evening. They are moving to a point near Des Moines, where they own a farm. The Melvin Olsens, the Cliff and Ted Hoovers, and Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE — STACK- OE? WILD hay.—Jens Sorensen, phone 11F2. 10FB24-25 FOR SALE—20 BRED Hampshire gilts.—Carl Hutchins, phone 24F3. 10p24 FOR SALE — TWO - YEAR - OLD Guernsey bull. — Frank Bahling, Burt. 10p23-24 ESTRAYED—TWO CALVES, RED and roan.—Notify Russell Shipler, Burt. 10p24 GIRL WANTS GENERAL HOUSE- work in Algona.- -Inquire at Ad- 8p24 FOR RENT — MODERN 6-ROOM house and bungalow.—Dr, F. L. Tribon. 10p24 WANTED—GIRLS FOR STUDENT Kossuth 10u24 nurses. — Apply Supt. Hospital. FOR SALE—FEW BROOD SOWS for April farrow.—Jens Sorensen, phone 11F2. 12FB24-25 FOR SALE—REGISTERED Shorthorn bull. 10 months old.-^V. J. Gross, Algona. ' llp22-2-l BALED ALFALFA, $16; BALED straw, $5.—C. L. Dittmer, phone 8 on 93, Burt. 'llp23-24 FOR SALE — $125 HEARING instrument, nearly new. Only $35 i—Ask Advance. EXPERIENCED housework in Write Advance. GIRL a good WANTS honW— 10p23-2 FOR RENT — TWO FURNISHED apartments, downstairs; entrance.—Phone 517. privati Ilp24 Harry Seelfiy attended a birthday surprise party for M. E. Hoover at Britt Friday night. The John Steil family moved Monday to the C. B. Albright farm, two miles west of here, vacated by John Gross. A. L. Greenfield and James McEnroe attended the funeral of A. D. Clarke at the Laird & Reimer chapel at Algona. Monday afternoon. Mary MoMahon, Chicago, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. John McMahon Sr. Roy Wadleigh shelled corn Monday afternoon. He will leave for tho new Indiana home this week Wednesday or Thursday. WANTED—MARRIED MAN with .out family £or general farm work —Wayne Keith, Burt. 12FB2 LOST—CHILD'S BLUE WAGON Gamble's Flyer; reward.—Dr. P H. Crawford, phone 115. FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM also garage. Call Advance o 302-J after six.o'clock. 13g22t girl. A son was born lost week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. William Besch, north of town. The. Jos. Meurers Jr., of Wesley, spent Sunday with the Joe Meurers Sr. South Cresco Mr. and Mrs. Verrion 'Robinson spent Saturday night and Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. Harry Sabin. Other guests were Vernon's brother Augusf, his wife, and a sister, Mrs. Curran, with her husband. Fred Skilling is moving from the Chris Olson farm, formerly -the Frank Ruasell farm, to tlie .old Link FOR SALE—40 BU. MEDIUM RED clover seed.—J. C. Mawdsley, Irv ington, phone 14F22. 13pFB22-2 FOR SALE—ONE MILKING strai Shorthorn bull.—J. C. Mawdsley Irvington, phone 14F22. pFB22-S FOR SALE—ONE 70-FT. STEE windmill tower.—J. C. Mawdslej Irvington, phone 14F22. pFB22- WANT TO BORROW $2000 O good first mortgage. Ask A vance- for name. 12u23-2 FOR SALE—TABLE POTATOE^. 85c per bu; seed or table, $1.00 pe bu. at the farm.—Ray McWhorte Burt. 19p2 LOST—TWO PAIRS LADY'S glove wrapped in green package.—Mr J. J.' McCall, at M. & /Mi; JSand>vlc Shop. : * ' I6p2 FOR SALE—FEW POLAND CWn LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In nd for Kossuth county. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vai. Igona State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, Defendant.. 0 Whom It May CtoTieern: Notice is hereby given that there now on file in the office of the lerk of the above entitled 1 Court the >pllcation of L. A. Andrew, Super- itendent of Banking of the State 1 Iowa, as Receiver of the Algona tate Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking lat he be^ authorized to comprom- e and settle a certain claim against H. Skilling and Sadie E. SkilUng ccording to • the. terms of appllca- on no\y on file. And you are further notified that y order of the Hon. F. C. Davidson, ne of the Judges of said Court, the earing on said matter has been set or Saturday, the 7th day of March, 831, at two o'clock p. m. of said ay at the Court House in Algona, "ossuth- county, Iowa, at .which .me and 1 place you may appear and how cause, if any you have, why he prayer of said application should ict be granted and said settlement uthorfzed as prayed for. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Algona State Bank, Algona, Iowa. R. H. MILLER, Examiner in Charge. 24 NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS: Notice is .hereby given that b> virtue of a Special Execution direct ed to_me from the Clerk of the Dis trict 'Court of Kossuth county, Iowa on a judgment rendered in sal lourt on the 10th day of- February 1931, in favor of Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, as plain tiff, and against Ella 3. Yorker, in rem.as defendant, for the sura of Tw Thousand Six Hundred Sixty an 82/100 ($2,660.82) Dollars and costs taxed at Eighty and 43/100 ($80.43 Dollars and accruing costs, I hav levied upon the following describe Real property as the property of th said Ella J. Yorker, to satisfy sai execution, to-wit: Lot Three (3) i Block Fifty-Two (52) Original Pla of Algona, Iowa; and I will procee to sell said property, or so muc thereof as may be necessary to sat isfy said execution, with costs an accruing costs at public auction, t the highest bidder, for cash, in hanc. on the 14th day of March, 1931, a the east door of the Court House 1 Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, a the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of sal day,. when and where due attend ance will be given by the under signed. Dated this llth day of February 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Jowi. By- Everett L,. Harris, Deputy. Van Ness & StiUm'an, " Plaintiff's Attorneys. j; Suffocation Sale The store Is pfum full. New spring shipment* have been cftmlng in and piling up until We "0 crowded to suffocation—$23,000,06 worth o* goods piled Into a storeroom that Is not supposed to hold more than a $S,000.00 stock. . i On top of all this the Freeman Beddow men's o*j fords are yet to come. Men's, underwear, caps, and all 1750 pairs of children's oxforde and slippers will be here today. This Is the clean-up of Thompson Eh-' lers stock: 300*pairs sizes 2 to 6, 3SO pairs sizes 6 to 8, 360 pairs sizes 8%\to 11%,. and the balance sizes 12 to • 2. These elippers are worth from $1.50 to $2.25. in this sale we are offering.the entire lot.at 98c a pair. Take' your choice, big or little, for 98c. Two weeks ago I bought 6,000 pairs of children e hose—yes sir, BOO dozen. Mother said I was crazy, but nearly half of them are sold, now at 2 pairs for 2Bc. What Is left of them will go Into this sale at lie a pair, or 10 pairs for $1.00. \ No bunch too big If you get the price low enough. I chewed the fag with the Richmond people until they finally let me have 180 dozen of their regular BOc ladles' silk and rayon hose at a price so I can sell them tor 2Bc a pair. I will hot make any profit on them, but you get a bargain. " • Men's fl.ne dress sox - r - —__-& palM for 26c Men's dress sox,'black, brown,'gray, or.navy! at.8c pr; Men's work shirts, blg^roomy ones, all sizes at .--_50e Men's International work shoes "all solid" $1.9i VlenlB Hardy Hide 16^h. lace boots ..-MM Men's 'oxfords, new styles, 'easy fitting —— IM9 Ladles' comfort slippers, the $2.50 kind, now reduced to -—- - ^—11.98 Ladles' and children's Rubbers, big or little'at 49« Boys' semi dress shoes, all sizes up to 5 at 9tM Ladles' out size hose, the Burson- BOc quality, now We • Men's dress shirts, some worth up to |2.00, reduced to ': ; ,- '8* Men's red handkerchiefs, large size at Be Thte will be a price-cutting, price-slashing sale. We have to let loose of $8,000.00 or $9,000.00 worth of goods In the next two weeks. Vfo have to have the room. You cannot kill a rabbit without hurting him—you cannot sell a lot of goods without reducing the prices. All profit will-be knocked unconscious for the next two weeks at Neville's, Jimmie Neville The Poor Man's Friend ALGONA, IOWA Auto Repairs Up-to- Date The grime and dirt, the wear and tear of a severe winter has left its imprints oh that car of yours. That's why you should bring your car. to us, let us give it the "once over" and we'll be perfectly frank with you in advising what repairs may be necessary. Our Estimates Will Please You! Three Used Car Specials 1926 6-cyl. Cher, coupe 1920 6-cyl. Cher, coach Model A Ford Tudor KOHLHAAS BROS, Phone 200. Our Pork Cutlets! LONG'S Eggs Wanted We sell everything to eat and . something to drink. 214 PHONE YOUR ORDERS 215 Permanent Wave Special February 23 to March 28 We have installed another ne>v permanent waYe machine, and for six weeks will give ; Combination Waves- Croquignole • ' ==ss^^^^^******mm Miss Pliylida Sonerholin, formerly O f the MarigoW Shop No. 2, is uow at this shoj>, Morrison Beauty Shop ?hoae 279, », V BUSINESS aim „' Newspaper m Entered as Secona- Jeceniber 81. 1905, at M,; •t Algona, towa, u of March 2, B. Quarton Law off!c M office 427, Algona, phone 4flO-\v. WLUYAIT, J. W. Sullivan Phonej: a.E. MO; T. P. Harrington , Attorneys-at-' PJiones: Off| cc , ZH1 . «. f. VAN NESS IM^ • '«„', • Lawyers . OfflwKover Iowa State i O. D. Shumway CMW Attorno.ys-nt.La w A. WINKEl Office In Qulnby Buili Phone 180. DOCTORS" KENEFICK A M. J. Keneflck R. H ( Physicians and Surg't Office*: Algona Hospital; ^ Residence Phoner Keneflck, 67. ' , Physician and Sur™J Office In John GalbralthaT ghonea: .Office 310, res. 4«J WALTER FnASEB,ll Physician and Surgeon! Office-, In Qulnby BMg,, Phone No. 12. DB. W. D. AJTDBEWll Osteopathlc Physician «nd | - Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thn X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation! Phones: Office, 187; resld . . P. V. JAJfSE, M. B, Physician and SurjMi Office on South Dodge gJ Phones: Office, 066; residi Algona. Iowa, DENTISTS" DE. A. 1). ADAMB Dentist Office In First National Baiil Phones: Office, 20; res., 1 • —_. DR. H. M. OLSOS ; Dentist. Located over Christensenl Phones: Business 166, ReslJ Algona, Iowa DE. C. D. SCHAAPI Dentist I Located in former Dr. W.'ll office, over Chrlatenaen BK»| Phone 133. CHIBOPRACTOMi DH.-B. J. Palmer Graduate Chlr . Thlrteen"~year's successful ] Office over State's VETERINARY '..;.'. I-i W. FOX 'Veterinarian : West; State Street, Phones: Office 476-W., BUILDING CONTRAC -.-" "".i-.V-COWAN & SOK ., '. General. Contractors.;! ' '. -...- lEstlmates Furnished. J Phones; ' \ Ijualness, 639-J; /MACHINISTS NORTON • MACHIXE '.; • Machinists and W( Service stock on Piston Ri«l ; and Bearings. West of Courthouse. . PBODUCE KO88UTH COUNT! Mt IITSU5ANCE ASSOCIA* Over $16,000,000 worth of W In force. .A home company.' secure. ; J, O. Paxson, SWJJJT '. Cash Buyers, • Poultry,' Eggs, and I Matt Lamutri, Mp.;,| '•••„•' : Phone INSURANCE, THE ALGONA INSCB . ' AGENCY C. B. L» Borre Al Ft! Sellable Ins. Servtoi] Phone 55. City Property Loans. Insurance. Re a CUNNINGHAM * 107 W. State St. _ JOB GBEENBEB3] New and used AutoTW Tires and Accessori*] Hides, Pur and W Algona, low* MIMEOGRAP! ADVAM

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