Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1931 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1931
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PAGE ETOHT KOSSUTH COTTNTt ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Plate Glass Do not send away for auto glass. We undersell mail order houses on glass and serve you while you wait. JOE GREENBERG FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS CORN-PEAS-TOMATOES PER 4 ft- CAN I UU STRINBLESS BEANS TSS! Cane-Sugar 10 POUNDS 54c FIESTA APRICOTS LRG. NO. 2% CAN VALLEY VIEW BLACKBERRIES NO. 2 CAN PLANTATION Pineapple Sliced or Crushed 2 LARGE NO. 21/2 CANS " UTAH WHITE CHERRIES LRG. NO. 2y 2 CAN ZENEDA BLACK CHERRIES NO. 2 CAN KOBB-ROSS Pancake Flour 4 BAG 27'C ROBB ROSS CAKE FLOUR PKG. 23c CHOICE MUIR PEACHES POUND 18C MAGIC 1VAXD Easter Egg Dyes DIME PKG. BERMUDA ONION PLANTS 3 belts. FLOWER & GARDEN SEEDS ™4c O HAltVES'I' Lawn Grass Seed PO p™37c THAN A WMINGER Tunt In —-—joy the Maytag Radio Hour over N. B. C. Coait to Coast Blue Network —Every Monday 9:00 P.M., E. S.T. —8:00 C.S. T. —7:00 M.T.—6:00 P. C.T. 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B. Tweeten. WESLEY—Lease & Lease. WHITTEMOEE—J. JI. Fleming. <at OM006/* viih in-built iaso- READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS LEDYARD H, S, IS HOST AT A MUSICAL TILT Ledyard, Mar. 31—A sub-district musical contest was held here Saturday afternoon and evening, with a large attendance at both programs, regardless of the snowstorm. The afternoon program consisted of: Boys' Glee Clubs— Required selections: Promised Land, Gypsy Life, and Asleep In the Deep—Hurt. Mammy's Lullaby—Grant township. Girls' Small Vocal Groups—' The Wind In the South and Bonnie Doon—Buffalo Center. Little Chinese Mandarin — Scar- vllle. Calm as the Night, Within a Dreaming Harbor, and Wings of Morning—Burt. Tenor Solos— Pale Moon and Thy Beaming F.yes—Buffalo Center. Boi's' Small Vocal Group— The R".s;iry and Perfect Day— Buffalo Center. Soprano P"'o.s— Sylvia—P." f falo Center. The Brown Bird—Thompson. In the Time of Roses—Scarville. Alto Solos- Trees, From Lnnd of the Sky, and Blue Water—Thompson. Swan Song and Sleepy Hollow Tune—Grant township. The evening program follows: Orchestras— Required selections: Mazurka, Mignonette, Hungarian Dance No. 5, and Waltz Chalma—Burt. Bridal Rcses—Grant township. Peter Pan—Ledyard. Mixed Chorus— The Home Road and Stars of the Summer Night—Thompson. Girls' Glee Clubs— Required numbers: Happy Song, Slumber Boat, Hi Li'l Feller, Amaryllis—Burt. By the Waters of Minnetonka— Grant township. Rockin' in de Win'—Scarville. Doan Ye Cry Ma Honey and Neapolitan Nights—Thompson. Mighty Lak a Rose and Amaryllis—Ledyard. Violin Solo— Adoration—Thompson. Piano Solo*Hungary—Scarville. Trombone Solo— Thoughts of Love—Burt. Chamber Groups of Stringed Instruments— Minuet'in G—Burt. iornet Solo— The Premier Polka—Burt. Uncontested numbers will go into a district contest. Winners of contested events follow: Boys' Glee Club—Burt, 1st. Girls' Small Vocal Group -,— Burt, 1st. Soprano Solo—Buffalo Center, 1st; Thompson, 2nd. Alto Solo—Thompson, 1st. Ledyard and Burt orchestras were very close, Burt winning first by one point and Ledyard «econd. Girls' Glee Club — Burt, ' 1st; Thompson, 2d; Ledyard, 3rd. Karl Jnsten, of Estherville, was judge, and Supt. Billiard, of Estherville, district manager, was here ilso. These winners will compete ivith other schools at Estherville May B-10. Glee Clul) Gets L. H. S. Dresses— The girls of the H. S. Glee club have new, light green dresses, with black letters, L, H. S., sewed on them. They, got them for the musical contest. The girls who sang were Alice Moulton, Winnifred Friday, Pearl Wirtjes, Annie Isebrand, Arlene Pringle, Elve O'Keefe, Amelia Berhow, Marjorle Hubbard, Lumetta Reece, Bertha Nitz, Erma Barslou, Mary Jane and Fern Lewis, Lydia Logemann, and Aleitha Brack. . B. Women to Meet Tomorrow- Mrs. George Thompson will entertain at. a woman's Farm Bureau meeting this week Friday; Mes- ilames Moulton, Jenks, and Knoner, isslstlng hostesses. Posters are to be made for .Achievement clay. 1'astop Depping Loses Sister- There were no services at the German Reformed church Sunday, the Rev. Mr. Depping Having been called to Waukon liy news of the fleath of a sister. independents Lose in Tourney The Independent basketball team went to Blue Earth Friday night and played in a town-team tournament. Ledyard drew Blue J?arth ind was defeated, 4G-33. hatn. Choir Gives Cantata— The Lakota Methodist choir gave an Easter cantata here Sunday night. The church orchestra played Cathedral Chimes for the offertory. Naomi IK'wttt Signed at Romviolt— Naomi Hewitt, primary teacher here, has signed up at Renwick next year, and will teach first ana second grades there. Other Ledynrd. Last week Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Mrs. Stephenson, Elmer Junkermeier, Tihner Halvorson, Alice Moulton, Anita Gelhaus, Bertha Nitz, Pearl Wirtjes, and Mary Jane and Fern Lewis' went to Burt to attend a musical concert. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter's sisters, Mrs. Carl Wallace, Fremont, Mich and Mrs. Florence Broadway, Avoca, Minn., and a brother, S. B. Entwistle, Elbow Lake, Minn., who had been visiting here, left last week Monday. The H. G. L.'s met with Mrs. Max Nitz last week Tuesday night, and the Sewing C'ircle the following night at the Mrs. Ella Gelhaus home, Janice AVilliams hostess. Mrs. Robert Curtis, who recently underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital, was brought home last week Tuesday. Mrs. Addle Arpke left Monday for Appleton, Wis., after six months here, looking after farms and other property. Mrs. Frank Mentor and her daughter Jane left last week Wednesday for Yankton, S. D., to visit Mrs. Mentor's sister. The Methodist Aid met last Thursday at the church; Mesdames Welmer, Plngel, and-Moulton, hoat- Tfce Ralph Campbells, of Seneca, spent Sunday with Ralph's slater, Mrs. Leon Worden. -Elvln Carpenter, attending Coe college, came Friday for' a week's Easter vacation with his parents. Supt. and Mrs. M. K. Sperry, of Renwick, were here Saturday night for the local musical contest. 20 4-H GIRLS, TITONKA, HEAR GOOD PROGRAM Tltonka, Mar. 31 — The 4-H girls met Saturday with Effle Gregory and Loralne Lamoreux. Three talks were given, "Appropriate Music for Little Brothers and Sisters," by Ca^ therine Schram; "Appropriate Wln> ter Dress for High School Girls'," by Doris Stott; and a demonstration on foot exercises by Leota Coster relcher. The lesson was on hems tor different materials. There were about 20 members present. The next meeting will be April 11 with Helen Beed and Edith Maye Budlong as hostesses. Talks will be given: Seams and hem on the uniform by Betty Budlong; demonstration on Sleeve placket for uniforms by zel Miller; What -music Is Appropriate for the Baby; by Viola Rike; demonstration on manicuring by Violet slack. The lesson will be on making purses. Ten Boys Become Tenderfoots— At a Boy Scout meeting Saturday night ten boys passed their tenderfoot examination, Including Woodrow Peterson, Arthur Jay Budlong, Harley Larson, Mervwyn Hansen, Edward Boyken, Raymond Heifner, Ernest Godfredson, Wllber Godfredson, Kenneth Carlson, and Henry Harms. The leaders present were the Rev. L. G. Gartner, H. A. French, and Elmer Peterson. The second class scouts were also present. Children '.Attend Story Hour _ Last Saturday 37 youngsters spent the afternoon at the Story Hour held in the Legion room, with Miss Johnson, a consolidated School teacher, as story-teller. Russel French gave th e history of our flag and Maxine Peterson explained the Harpischord, which was the musical instrument used at Mount Vernon, and the favorite music of the Wosh- ingtons. P. T. A. Meets Friday Friday evening the Parent-Tocher association held the second pay night. A Radio Play was presented by a number of the teachers, followed by several musical numbers. A group of mothers also presented a play, Look What You've Done. Attendance was small, due to the bad storm here that evening;. Basket Social is Announced — The local Legion and Auxiliary will sponsor a basket social at the Pannkuk Coliseum Monday night. The Auxiliary members will present a short program before the sale of the baskets, and there will be dancing and cards. The funds from the event will be used for the Boy Scouts. Two Girls Celebrate Birthdays — Alice Gartner and Leota' 'oester- riecher celebrated their birthdays together by inviting 22 of their friends to the Roy Oesterriecher home last week Monday evening. Alice was 14 on Sunday and Leota was 13 Tuesday. They received many presents. Helen Boecltelman is Bride — Helen Boeckelman and John Meyer were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev, L. G. Gartner at 7, o'clock last week Wednesday evening. Jerry Boekelman and Jennie Meyer were the only witnesses. Woman's Club Meets Thursday — The Woman's club met with Mrs. M. s. Craven Thursday afternoon. The roil call was answered with European Statesmen, and the lesson, Recent Developements for Internationalism, was led by Mrs. Jay Budlong. Lunch was served. Legion Auxiliary Pieces Quilt — Members of the Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening with Mrs. Olive Bruns, and during the evening tied and pieced quilts, as well as other -sewing, and helped in preparations for the Poppy Day sale May 23. Roads Hold Up Hop Shipment- Homer Borfon and brother drove here from Perry Saturday to prepare for shipment of a car load of hogs, 'nit' owing to the condition of the roads they were unable, to make delivery to the railroad. Woodmen Have Curd Party . The Woodmen held a card party at the Legion hall last week AVed- nesday evening. Refreshments were served. Other Titomca News. The Q. C. Winters, who were guests last week at the Harms and Denton homes, returned to their home at Mason City Sunday. Mr, Winter is employed by the Ideal Sand and Gravel Co., but due to the employment situation, he has had an enforced vacation O f two weeks, resuming wo'rk Monday morning. Oscar Blanchard went to Joliet, 111., Friday morning to visit Stella Bonacker, who is a trained nurse in a hospital there. The C. G. Winters and Mrs. W. J. Denton" upent Friday at Swea City With their brother Herbert Winter, who la In very poor health. •Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French were guests at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French at Algona Sun tiny evening. The men are brothers. Mays Budlong came Thursday from Waterloo, where she Is work Ing, and will spend a week at the parental home. The E. L. Hansons, Swea City, visited re'atlves and friends here Sunday after atendlng the theater at Algona. Hazel Budlong- got home Friday to spend her spring vacation. She teaches at Hampton. The Herman Rachuts drove to Ceylon, Minn., to spend Sunday with relatives. Mrs. Homer Downs drove to Brltt Thursday to visit at the parental home. The Earl gtotts entertained their bridge club last week Wednesday evening. Lunch was served. Essay Wins a Prize. Lu Verne, Mar. 31—Business Advancement was the subject of an essay written by Mrs. Vera Farley, Minneapolis, which won third in a contest conducted by a business school with 700 students. Mrs. Farley, who has since been elected secretary of school, Is Vera, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Barney Jones, Lu Verne. Accepts School Job. Burt, Mar. Slli — -M. E. Otterness, principal of the Burt high school for several years, has accepted election as superintendent of the Fenton schools next year. •» First Baseball Game. Wesley, Mar. 31—The first Inter- high school bAseball game of the season will be played here against Britt at 4 o'clock this week Thursday. ' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PHOHATE OF WILL No. 34S9. In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, sa. March 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 P.»S. Norton, deceased, dated January 25, 1929, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 21st day of April, 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 and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 21, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. Ey CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. A. Hutchison, Attorney. 28-30 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3486. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, SB. In District Court March 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 John Q. A. Jamison, deceased, dated July 21, 1921, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 14th day of April, 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 pro- liated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 13, 1931, (Seal) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. T. P. Harrington, Attorney. 27-29 Eat Everything without Fear of Indigestion Are there lots of foods you can't eat—for fear of gas, bloating, pains in the stomach and bowels? Do you have to pass up favorite dishes—while the rest enjoy them? That's a sign you need Tanlac! For more than 10 years Tanlac has restored to vigorous health thousands who suffered, like you'do. Mrs. Arvena Bowers, of 1230 Jackson St., Topeka, Kans., says: "Five years I was troubled with gas, bloating and dizzy spells. But Tanlac toned up my whole system and increased my weight 10 Ibs." If you suffer from indigestion, gas, dizziness, headaches, or torpid liver— try Tanlac. One bottle often brings the needed relief. Tanlac is a good, pure medicine, made of roots, barks, and herbs. Get it from your druggist today. Your money back if it doesn't help you. Mimeographing Advance Publuhing Co, NOTICE of PnOflATE OF WILL No. 3492. State of towa, Kossuth County, 63. • In District Court, March, 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 E. S. Johnson, deceased, dated May 29, 1918, having been this day filed, opened and read, tne 21st day of April, 1031, 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 nnd required to appear and show cause. If any they have, "why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will'and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 24, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court. BY CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Attorneys. 28-30 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Kxecution directed to me from the Cleric of the District Court of KosMu'h county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 14th day of March, 1931, In favor of The Eciultr.ble Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, and against Edwin H. Staley, in rem, as defendant, for the eum of Fourteen Thousand One Hundred Sixty Three ( and 6.S/100 ($14,163.68) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Ninety-Nine and 99/100 (?199.99) Dollars, and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Edwin H. Staley and Lucy E. Staley et al to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter of Section Thirty-four (34), Township Ninety- Seven (97) North, Range 29 West of the Fifth P.,M., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell eald 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 18th day of April, 1931, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the under, signed. Dated this 18th day of March, 1931. i L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff ot Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Pnnningroth and Holmes, ' Plaintiff's Attorneys. 2S-29 ADVERTISING IN THE ADVANCE goes Into more than 3000 homes. N'o other Kossuth paper can give the -ame service or anywhere near It. -J.itf NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S BAllS State ot towft, "'>.'.' ••.;•• Kossuth County, 88. . Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a SfleclAl ; iSieoutloh directed to me from the Clerk ol the District Court Of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 14th day . of -March, 1931, In favor of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking Of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of ,tho County Savings bank, Algona, Iowa, as plaintiff, and against Wllllftm McMahon and Carrie A. i McMahon, as defendants, for the sum of Eleven Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty- Eight and 30/100 ($11,928.30) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hun- 'dred Thirty-One and 62/100 ($231.62) Dollars and accrtilng costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the' property of the said William McMahon nnd Carrie A. McMahon to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The West half (w e %) of the Northwest Quarter (NW#) and- the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of the Northwest Quarter (NWH), all In Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-She (96), Range Twenty-Nine (29) West, of the Fifth P. M.; and I will proceed to sell said property, or eo 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 24th day of Aprlt, 1931, at the east door ot the Court House in Algona, In Kossuth 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 23rd day of March, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Llnnan and Stillman, • Plaintiff's Attorneys. 28-29 Want! 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