Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1931
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»Ptttt, 28. 1931. Injunction Served I never had a lawsuit In my life, never sued any- or never been sued, but now I am having trouble f home My good wife started housecleanlng March 1st and was stm golng s t ron S April 20. So I am having the strong arm of tlie law serve an Injunction on her. This housecleanlng spasm is terrible. Not to mention 'I' 8 damage done to furniture and rugs, It Is a ; nightmare to husbands. Eve started it in the Garden of Eden. One day while housecleanlng she handed Adam an apple instead of a regular dinner, and as soon ns he sank his teeth In It, he was kicked out of the place. Women • have been at it ever since. About twice a year they ore affected with an insane desire to turn everything inside out.. Like Adam the present day husband Is chased out of his home and allowed to wander forth like a wolf or a kangaroo. Husbands in this state of mind are apt to be led Into temptation. Just last night I came near getting mixed up with a couple of flappers from Missouri. In fact I did not teel P ertect ' y 8afe unt11 * Sot in the '.tore and locked the door. Oh, well, the store ia where I spend most all my time anyway. It takes about 16 hours a day to. make It go Just as I want it. We are sure going fine this year. Last week wns a hummer. Business increasing all the time. Bargains for everybody. This week we are offering boys' and girls' tennis shoes at 69c. This Is a mixed lot that I bought from the U. S. Rubber Co., mostly Keds and Gladiators worth from $1.00 up to $2.00, but you get any pair you want at G9c. A big shipment of ladles' comfort slippers in straps, open work lace, and gore front, very comfortable. -A blessing for tired and swollen feet. Our new low prlco Is only $1.98 a pair, any size, and any width. A new line of boys' oxfords just arrived, sizes 2% to 5V*. These are very mannish and have all the go and get of the new styles for men. Prices will be ?2.50 to $2.98. • A big variety of boys' 'dress shirts, work shirts, Whoopee pants, and overalls. Everything for boys. We kind of like the boye. Girls' silk and rayon long hose, sizes up to 9%, at25c. ... Girls' anklets at 15c to 25c. Girls' slippers in the new styles, with a little higher heels, sizes 12 to 2, at J1.98. Big girls' sport slippers with rubber or leather soles, several combinations of colors, sizes 3 to 8, at J2.50. Children's slippers in patent leather or smoke elk In the strap or oxford style, sizes from baby 2 up to children's size 11,.at 98c. These are wonderful values. Boys' oxfords, leather quarter lining sizes 12 to l J /& at $1.49. Children's hose, sizes 4 to 6% and 9 to 11 all go at lOc. Men's, women's and children's handkerchiefs at 5c. Ladies' overalls In fancy colors and contrasting trim at 9Sc. You will find a house full of bargains at Neville's Shoe Store ALUONA, IOWA For Service DRY (CLEANING |GET READY FOB SPRING HOUSECLEANING RUGS, CURTAINS, AND DRAPERIES ' cleaned on short notice. Just phone and we will 1 tor and deliver. fodcrn Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 One Woman Lost 20 Pounds of Fat Double Chin " Prominent Hlpg W«Bgtelinegg I Vigor gg Shapely Fl gure •SCHPv~ remove th « SALTS co *aln the your vlt *l organs fall t? corr ectly-your can't throw off growing hideously out pastry and fatty meats—go light on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar— in 3 weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. Notice also that you have gained in energy—your skin is clearer— your eyes sparkle wJth glorious health—you feel younger'in body— keener in mind. KRUSCHBN will give any fat person a joyous surprise. Get an 86c bottle of KRUSCHEN SALTS at B. W. Lusby's (lasts 4 weeks). If this first bottle doesn't convince you this is the easiest safest and surest way to lose fat— if you don't feel a superb improvement in health—?o gloriously energetic—vigorously alive—your money gladly returned. TO ALL WHO SUFFER AGONY, GAS AND INDIGESTION Stomach—make it strong and vigorous so that you can eat anything you want any time you want to without the least sign of distress. Dare's Mentha Pepsin Is what ev ery stomach sufferer needs--a Plea 8 ant tohlo elixir for all stomach liis^ thousand? of bottles of .pars Mentha Pepsin are sold every da: because it to tue one outstanding supremely «ffe»Uv« stomaob remedj that fc guaranteed by B. W. Lusby WHITTEMORE PIONEER HAS BIRTHDAY, 81 K03SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA Whlttomore, Apr. 21 — Nelson •nwfoi-,1 celebrated his 81st birth- iy last week Wednesday. Ho came o town, with his parents at the age f three from Wayne county, In<! , vhere he W as born. The family 0-1 In Allnmakoe county, where Crawford lived till he was 19 Ei-l Aliiler, v)i> n Clarke, ploi.e»r.s Mr. Crawford came to Kossuth "»nty and Milter and Clarke lived car Kt. Joe. The same winter Mr Crawford murrjed a sister of Mr! Miller, the ceremony being perform f I 1 »v Tim* Irt., r ~i__ , • nd d by Justice Leland In a little hurch at St. ,TO O which stood whore he Catholic church now stands. The first year tffe Crawfords liv- n the D r Armstrong farm, and o next throe years on the Noron farm. Then they moved t 0 their iwn fai-j,, north of Whlttcmore, and his has eV cr since been the familv ionic. The railroad was built through Whlttemoro the year the Crawfords noved to town, and Mr. Crawford >ought the first groceries shipped nto town by rail. Henry Munch vas the storekeeper, and when the rain camo into town with the groceries from Emmetsburg consigned 0 the Munch store, Mr. Crawford vas at the depot with his shopping "' Mr. Munch had his scales at depot, and ho weighed up the irst groceries bought at Whltte- nore for Mr. Crawford. Mrs. Crawford died in 1911. Four Joys and one girl were born to the Crawfords: James and George, north )f town; Dave, of Absarokee, Mont.; '-Tarry, o f Kansas City; and Mrs! Clifford Roupe, Whittemore. The loupe family lives in the Crawford louse in the north part of town, and Mr. Crawford makes his home vith his daughter. He enjoys good health, and is out and about town •ivery day. It will be 02 years June 1 since he walked Into Kossuth 'rom Allamakee county. Whlttcmore 53 Years Old— Whittemore had a birthday last I'eek Sunday, It having been 52 •ears since the late Capt. W. H. ngham and the late Lewis H. Smith iled the town plat and dedicated it o the public. In the spring of that 'ear the late J. M. Farley opened a lardware store here, Henry Munch L grocery store, John Wilson a umber yard and grain warehouse, me Kamp a saloon, J. T. Creighton . feed mill, and Jacob Strandberg a hoe shop. Jesse Foster built the irst house. 'arty for Girls' 1$. B. Team— Twenty-five or more young peo- ile were entertained at a party in lonor of" the Whittemore girls bas- tetball team at George Meyer's, east 3f town, last week Wednesday even- ng, Lydla Meyer hostess. Five hun- Ired was played at six tables, Willam Heller winning the high score 'or boys, Geneva Langerman for jrlrls, with Henry Hahn low for the hoys and Lucile Reimers for the jirls. Other games were played and a two-course lunch was served. Wlilttomore Dance Hall Improved— William' Higgins has greatly Improved his dance hall in the old iVhlttemore State bank building. Office partitions in front have been •emoved and the stairway was swung to the east from the landing. This gives one-fourth more dancing room. A balcony has been built ilong the north side for the use of orchestras and spectators. Sioux City, where she is taking nurses' training, and her mother drove over and brought her homo. Mrs. Higgins and Ronsella are the only ones In ciuarantlne. The Henry Laucks Jr., West Bend, the Brwin Struockers, and the William Meyers, Whittemore, spent the week-end at Stcen, Minn., guests of the Henry Laucks Sr., and helped the senior 'Mrs. Lauck celebrate a birthday. . Pht'.o Falb, employed on the Dally Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, visited here one day Inst week. He Is a former West Bend editor, and his trip north was mostly to find a new location . in Iowa. Herbert Vaudt and Esther and Herman Belinke attended a party at Ambrose A. Call state park Saturday evening, Lu Verne young eople entertaining. Mrs. H. W. Behnke got home last eek Tuesday from two weeks of Isits at Rochelle, 111., with her aughter Gertrude and other rela- ives. Arthur Mathers, Rolfe, came after Slla Voight last Thursday to care or Mrs. Mathers, formerly Julia /oight, who was abed With a sick eadache and the flu. Elma Madison, R. N., Lone Rock, s caring for A. B. Carter, West 3end, appendicitis patient at the IcCreery hospital. A son, Gerald Henry, was born ne day last week to Mr. and Mrs. iharles Bormann, farmers south of own. Otis Fish has accepted the agency <r the International Harvester ompany at Wesley. He began work sist week Monday. Mrs. Timothy O'Brien and her laughter Mary Joice drove to Lawer Friday to visit the Connors a veek. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner re- :eived a telegram • Saturday announcing the death of a nephew, William Glnter, Dlckerville, Wis. Father . C. P. Sweeney, . Fort 3odge, was greeting former parish- oners here last week Monday. Henry Weisbrod, Fenton, underwent an operation at the McCreery hospital .for hernia last Thursday. Lillian Heidenwith clerked at the iumach meat market Saturday. BANCROFT PAIR WED APRIL 14 AT SUOHN'S Bancroft, Apr. 21—The marriage if Bertha Blocker'and Clem J. Elsbecker took pla.ce at St. John's church last week Tuesday morning at 8:30, the Rev. J. D. Flsch offici- \ting. Josephine Blocker, Dubuque, :ousin of the bride, and Alphonse Isbecker, cousin of the bridegroom, vere attendants. The bride wore an inkle-length^ dress of white silk crepe and her embroidered veil was f cap fashion. She carried an arm bouquet of calla lilies, sweet, peas, \nd pink roses. Her maid wore a dress of ashes of roses silk crepe vith accessories to match. Her bouquet was of pink carnations and oses. A wedding dinner was served at the bride's home to 30 relatives 'ollowing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Elsbecker are at home on a 'arm four miles southeast of Bancroft. morning for Lincoln, Neb., where he Is employed at a Holsteln farm, which supplies milk and cream for Lincoln. Till recently, Ambrose was employed on a similar farm near Des Molnos. He Is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher. Treasurer 37 Years Resigns— Fred Wegener tendered his resignation at a congregational meeting ast week Sunday, after having serv >d as treasurer of St. Paul's Lu therah church 27 years. He felt that he was unable to give the job .ho necessary attention. Oscar Schattschneider was elected to succeed him. Pd Organize KHtenball League— At a meeting here last week Monlay evening of representatives of lUtheran young people's societies -it vas decided to organize a kittenball eague. A similar league existed last season, and Whittemore won most of the games. Party for Two Y. P. Societies— The Lutheran Young People's society entertained the Fairville soci-r oty at the local Lutheran school last Thursday night. The Rev. Mr. Stahmer, FalrvJlle, received a small gift from the local society. Lornetta Halnslngor to Wed—Announcement has been made of the coming marriage of Lornetta L, Halnzinger to AVm. H. Boettcher, north of town. The event will take place April 22. Minstrel Show Draws Crowd— A minstrel show at the academy hall last week Tuesday evening jrouoght out a large audience. A dance followed the show, and 200 or more couples attended. Janitor Beautifies School Grounds- Mr. Naas, public school janitor, Is trimming trees and preparing his flower beds. He is a great hand at tending flowers and keeping the ;rounds neat. Elberts Get Grading Contract— J. V. Elbert & Son were awarded 35 miles of grading at a road letting at Algona a week ago. Brereton & Bauck, Emmetsburg, were also awarded a large amount of grading Grant Defeats H. S. Klne— The high school nine played in a sectional tournament at Fenton Friday and Saturday, and lost to Grant township, 12-8. Husband Gives Wife Sedan A new straight-8 Buick sedan is being driven by Mrs. Oscar Poirot It was a gift from her husband. Other Whitteinore, Kathryn Haag and Josephine and Geneva Langerman spent Sunday at Mrs. Betty Langerman's, Hura- boldt. Geneva and K&thryn re turned Sunday, Josephine remain ing. Geneva and Josephine, twin daughters of Mrs. Langerman, at tend school here. Mrs. P, Cordes returned last weeK Wednesday from Blue Earth, wher ehe had been called a week or so be fore because of thickness of her daughter, Mre. Frank BeU, The lit tlenJaVsWer of the pells, Betty Ann, is now at the Corvee feome, ' with William Nwnnson to Onkdalc— \Vor<l has been received here that William Swanson, who was taken to Iowa City two weeks ago, Is'now at an Oakdalo snnltai'lum. Mr. Swanson was employed by Viggo Chris-' tcnson hero for some time. Commencement Dale Picked— The high school commencement xorelses are scheduled for May 28. lie commencement sermon will be lay 24. illly Dclterlng Flvcj Party— Billy, only son of the A. H. Del- erlngs, entertained 12 of his friends t a birthday party Friday after- oon. He was five years old. t. John's Wins from Hurt— The St. John's football team play- d the first game of the season last •eek Wednesday at Hurt and won -3. Joctor Devlnc's Father Dies— Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Devine and son Conn returned Saturday from Sigourney, where they had been called ast week Wednesday following news of the Illness of his father, Dan Devine, who suffered a stroke Tuesday afternoon when he was gong for the mail. The Devines ar- •ived at his bedside a few hours before his death. The doctor's father vas well known here, having spent several weeks each year visiting. Hr. Devine was 78 years old. W. C. 0. F. Officers Installed— The W. C. O. F. held a regular neetlng Thursday evening at the Forester hall. The following officers were installed: Mrs. Charles Stauder, choir ranger, Mrs. Anna Schiltz, •ecording secretary, Mrs. Charles Baker, financial secretary,, Mrs. M. Schiltz, vice-chief ranger, "and Adella Vaske, treasurer. Daughter for the Norman Collars— Word was received here last week of the birth of a girl at the Norman Collar home at Champagne, 111. The mby ts their first child and has jeen named Wanda Lee. Norman s the oldest son of the Henry Collars. He was raised in Bancroft and s a graduate of the Bancroft high school.. Welcome Party for Elsbeekers— Neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Clem J, llsbecker gave a welcome party Sunday evening, and "500" was played at eight tables. Wm. Vaske and Mrs. C. J. Elsbecker won high scores and Mrs. Ben Lampe and Allie Rahe got low scores. The Els Deckers were married last week Tuesday. Lampe Brothers' Cousin Weds— Leone and Leo Lampe left Saturday for Carroll to attend the wed ding of their cousin, Clarence Lampe, who was married Tuesday morning at St. Peter & Paul's church there to Bertha Steinger Leo Lampe was best man at the wedding, f Takes Job' on Dairy Farm- Ambrose Mescher left Saturday Eat Everything without Fear of Indigestion Are there lots of foods you can'l •at—for fear of gas, bloating, pains In the stomach and bowels? Do you have to pass up favorite dishes—while the rest enjoy them?" 1 That's a sign you need Tanlae! For more than 10 years Tanlae has restored to vigorous health thousands who suffered like you do. Mrs. Arvena Powers, of }230 Jack- eon St., Topeka, Kans., says: "Fire years I was troubled with gas, bloat- Ipg and dizzy spells. But Tanlae toned up my whole system and increased my weight 10 Ibs." If you suffer from indigestion, gas, dizziness, headaches, or torpid liver— try Tanlae. One. bottle often bring* the needed relief. Tank? M.good, p made of rgojts,:bajta, an Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Chambers re- urned to Lewlatown, Mont., Tues- ay after three weeks at the H. J. lukle's. The women are sisters. Mrs. L.nne McQulrk went to Lewlstown .•1th them to visit the Chambers nd Barney Hogelancle. Mrs. Chamers and Mrs. Homeland are daugh- ers of Mrs. McQulrk. Mrs. McQulrk iad been making her home with the •I. J. Guides here, i Mrs. L. E. Comvay, Graettlnger, pent Sunday with her daughter, rfrs. Aclelbert Conlon. Ruth Conlon iad her throat lanced Saturday. She s the only daughter of the Adelbert Conlons. Agfles Carrlgan is visiting her steers, Mrs. Lo'omis, Mrs. Prah, and Mrs. Robert Dalley at Ayrshire and her mother at Duncombe. Miss Car- Igan is employed at the Adelbert Conlons. Everett Robinson, Algona, was in own Monday morning. Everett is mployed at the Standard Oil Stalon in Algona. He Is a son of Mrs. Eliza Robinson. The Francis Foleys of Campus, 11., are here visiting her mother, rlrs. Mary Lattimer. Mrs. Lattimer has not been well the past few months. The Jos Vaskes returned Sunday ivening from Wabasso, Minn., rhere they had' visited the August and Albert Lensings , for several lays. Charles Hawks, of near Lone Rock, was in Bancroft on business aturday. SThls was Mr. Hawks' irst trip to our city for some time is he has been ill most all winter. Mrs. A. H. Deltering, Mrs. Allle Rahe and Viola Deiterlng visited riends in Mason City Saturday af- ernoon. The J. J. Nurres and Mrs. Anton tork returned Thursday from Carroll, where they had visited relatives leveral.days. Harold Doyle, Yankton, Sf D., and son visited his mother, Mrs. G. H, Doyle, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Welp, Humboldt, and :\vo children visited the M. A. Saunders Saturday and Sunday. Irene McAllister spent Sunday vith friends in Spencer. She-is employed at the Bradley cafe here. The Car] Dahlhausers visited relatives at Whittemore- Sunday. Mr, Dahlhauser is city marshal here. Lawrence Bergmann, Emmetsburg, visited friends and relatives lere Sunday. Nick Gaul, Alton, spent Sunday nd Monday with relatives here. Mrs. Joe Helinsky visited friends at Fort Dodge Saturday. Geo. Nemmers, Lamotte, is visit- ng his brothel', Matt. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE •STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH, COUNTY. SS. Notice Is hereby given that by /Irtue of a Special Execution direct- id to me from the Clerk of the DIs- :r!ct Court of KossuMi county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said '.'ourt on the 14th day of March, 933, in favor of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, and against Edwin H. Staley, and the Northwest Quarter (NWM) of Section Thlrty- "our (34) Township Ninety-seven :97) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the Fifth P, M., Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendants, for the sum of Fourteen Thousand One Hundred Sixty-three and 68/100 f$14,163.68) Dollars and costs, taxed it One Hundred Ninety-Nine and HI/100 ($199.99) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the "ollowlng 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 (NWVi) of Section Thirty-four (34), Township Ninety-seven (97), North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the Fifth P. M,, Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may lie necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs, it public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, on the 20th day of May, 1931, at the east door of 'the Court House In Algona, l n Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and wftere due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 20th day of April, 1931. L. E. HOVEt, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Penningroth & Holmes, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 32-33 The Clil-Namel Chink Snys: When the auto top looks dingy, It looks like a man in dress suit and a slouched hat Auto Top Dressing adds to the appearance and. protects he leather. Sold by E. AV. Lusby. GASH LOANS Automobile Loans — Refinancing. Payments cut down. Special Loan Service to farmers for the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made ,on cows you already have. 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