Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1931 · Page 3
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FELLOWS (MEET Lu Verne, July 14 — A monthly eouhty Odd Fellow and Rebeccah "iBooater" meeting was held at the local gymnasium Monday evening, 73 In attendance. A program was given, the main feature of which iVas a group of readings by a resi- .dent of the I. O. o. F. home at Mason City, a young man, named Marshall Hackerson, who was brought here by Tltonka people. The program was opened with a ,groqp of songs by Yula Mae Murray, CrWenetha Jones, and Phyllis Llcht y- A tal k was given by W. E. elc Lalrd( AJgona> and a playette> Not y, and the locals piayea Qulte . gu(jh a Ooose _ wag pregented I, downing theW i°»' ( S,,by Byron Jones, Grant Jennings, «^« a-ame was cmcneir r^Vim-lnno rtifiatinnon., »™.—_n._ Donna Allen, left Monday for Colo- rado^prlngs to visit Ed Allen, In a sanitarium' there. "W. B. Mason and James Boyd, Kucker starf spree which could not Coffin, LotW, Creek, , ert iutsi Henrlckson, T " ebOXSc6re AB U ft W tt : hers Visit Here—, IpfffCer, former superlnten- Fenton schools, and •dner, former home eeo- •acher here, called on lo- Saturday. They were- to Miss Bordher.'s home atter having • •• attended Ischool at Minneapolis. iau Women Meet— , township Farm Bureau met last week .Wednesday . A. J. Kennedy, and 20 wo Indeil. The lesson was on ing and beautifying ' home | (he E. TJ. ,institute—. |ev. J. T. Snyder, his. f amble Bailey, Claudia Voight, jona \Velsbrod left Monday |0kobojis to attend an Ep- ague institute. Chlarlene Clirlstlansen, Aramentha Johnson, and Florence Thompson. •Mrs. Anton Anderson, Algona, then gave a talk, ad a reading by Mrs. F., I. Chapman, Lu Verne, was given, followed by talks by M. M. Lowmiller, Lu Verne, and J. F. Fisher, .Tltonka. The August meeting will be at Tltonka. Population Increased b.v Four— 'Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jergenson, Corwlth, are parents of a daughter born lust week Tuesday, named Phyllis Jean. Mrs. Jergenson was 'formerly Geneva Wolf. •Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baggy are parents of a girl, named Fern Eileen, since last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lentz have had a new daughter since last Thursday. A. '.boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hlntz Jr., last week Tuesday. Reunion Honors Wisconsin Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allison, Racine, Wis., and daughter Irene were guests last week Sunday oC Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hlntz: and a family reunion was held In their honor, with 26 at dinner. The Ernest Behnken- dorfs,- Bancroft, the John Behnken- dorfs and Mrs. William Behnken- dorC, Lu Verne, were in attendance. the latter ot Ontario, Calif., spent several days last, week at George Thompson's, Ledyard, and C. Tl. Mason's, Algona. Charles Von Draska, Rock Island, visited his brother Harry part of last week, and Mrs, Von Draska went to Rock Island with htm Friday. Clarabelle Kennedy, Frances Kabele, and Elizabeth and, Barbara Moseley, Goldfleld, were guests oC Mrs. Irvfn Chapman Friday. Mrs. I. O. F. Price and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Algona, visited at the G rover Rent/, 'home last week Wednesday. The Lutheran Young People's society held Us monthly party at the H. S. Gymnasium last week Tues day night. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen have returned from two weeks with ithelr daughter, Mrs. S. E. Smith, Min neapolls. Mrs. Nellie Gregory is at Dodge Center, Minn., visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Charles Thompson. Lois Colwell returned Sunday, after a week at Floyd Colwell's Led yard. Gabrlello Royal, West Liberty, is visiting at Mrs. G. W. Hanna's. Ruth Llchty is at her uncle W. C Donelson's at Goldfield. Goetsch's. The evening was spent at bridge. ' ' ' The Rev. and Mrs. .-. S.' o. Sande ahd their daughter Pearl l«t Monday for a three weeks Vacation. They planned to • spend a week at akes In . northern Minnesota and :he remainder of the time with Mrs. : Sanders relatives in North Dakota.. Want Ad* STEEL. PICKET FENCE ed.— Call D. L. Leffert. WANT- 7u44 LOST SMALL COIN PURSE. Reward. Leave at Advance. 9p44 WANTED— 6 OR 7-ROOM modern house August 1. — Inquire at Ad- ance. ' 12p43-44 WHITE LILY ELECTRIC WASH- ing machine for sale. — Phone BOS-W. 9p44 IN DULL TIMES PREPARE FOR better ones. Write Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn., for information. 35p44 TAINT SAVES MONEY — PRE- serves buildings. Red Barn—July special 98c gal. 5 gal. lots. Open until 8 p. m.—Saturdays lo p. m.— Gamble Stores. 23-44 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the ex- | perise and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from type- trict Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiffs above named etatlng ahd alleging that th,ey are- the owner* and Holders ot three promissory notes,' one In the sum of il.500.00 and one In the sum of .$2,00]0.0.0 • and '-one, In' the nirtti of $2,500.00, all bearing date of November 22, 192$, and excuted by Ida. I. Stoakes and Henry B. Stoakes. Said, petition alleges that to secure notes totaling the sum of $16,000.00, which eum Includes the amount of the plaintiffs' notes, the defendants, Ida I. Stoakes and Henry E. 'Stoakes made, executed and delivered to the defendant, John S. Thompson, a real estae mortgage conveying the following described real estate, to-wk: The Southwest Quarter (SW&) of Section 35, Township 94, North of Hange 27, West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa. Said petition further alleges that the defendants, James Cregan, Mrs. Ellen Duke, Miss Augusta • Brieske, Mrs. Anna L. Short, and Miss Mar- jorle Edwards at one time owned the notes secured by said mortgage other than the plaintiffs' notes, and that If they do not own the same now, that the persons owning the same are unknown defendants nam- Writing. — Advance. 25tf Margaret Neilson Heads C. E.— The Presbyterian Christian Endeavor society elected officers at the manse Friday night: Margaret Neilsen, president; Gwenetha Jones, vice president; Vera Ramus, secretary; Lois Franti!, treasurer. Games were played on the lawn. HELIABLE PARTY WANTED to handle Watkins products in Algona. Customers established. Excellent opportunity for right man. Write J. R. Watkins Company, D-74, Winona, Minn. 23p44 Honors Teacher— lethodist senior Bible class Jinday afternoon. with Mr. , Mike Weisbrod. Mr. Weis- i had taught the class ten resigned. Two Family Reunions Held— •Mrs. Nellie Gregory 'and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Rentz attended a Gregory family runion at Rutland Sunday. The W. F. and DeRae Godfreys and the Percy Brinks attended a Brink reunion at Remvick. Contest Losers Entertain Winners A Sunday school contest at .the Evangelical church was closed June 28, and the losers entertained the winners at a partjj on the church lawn lust week Tuesday night. Mrs. Anna Osborn, sons Earl and Clarence, daughter Pauline, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, sons Ralph and Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. Mi'len Jensen, and Mrs. Carrie Thompson were last week Tuesday supper guests at George Jensen's, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Mack, Watertown, Wis., and their daughter Elinor are visiting the . George Goetsches and other .relatives here. The Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande ana their daughter Pearl spent Frl day afternoon at Waldorf college, Forest City, making arrangements tor Pearl to enter the institution. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halvorson and their sons Gerald and Robert attended the annual Hamilton-Story county picnic ' at Blue Earth Sunday. Airs. Anna Osborn, daughter Pauline, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, and son Ralph were entertained at dinner at J. E. Mason's, Algona, last week Wednesday. The Channing DaileyH, formerly of Bristow, Okla,. spent Sunday afternoon at George Goetsch's. The Dalleys plan to make their home at Algona, where they lived before they went to Bristow. Pauline Osborn, Mildred Goetsch, Clarence Osborn, of Seneca, Carl Priebe, Fenton, and Myrtle Lar•sort, Decorah, were last week Wednesday supper guests at Richard Legali ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa. MftS. O. D. HOLLAND AND PARKE D. HOLLAND, Plaintiffs, vs. IDA. I. STOAKES, HENRY E. STOAKES, W. K. SMITH, JOHN S. THOMPSON, JAMES CREGAN, MRS. ELLEN, DUKE, MISS ed in said petition and in this notice. Said petition alleges'that by the purchase of the said notes the lien of the said mortgage was transferred to theee plaintiffs and the mortgage Itself was transferred to these plaintiffs, and that their Hen under said mortgage is senior and superior to the lien, right, claim, title, or Interest of any of .the said defendants in and to said described premises. Said petition alleges that there was due and owing upon said notes on the first day of July, 1931, th< sum of $6,536.00 and that the plain' tiffs have been to the expense o: $10.70 for abstract of title and asks for a personal judgment against the defendants, Ida I. Stoakes ant Henry E. Stoakes, in the sum o $0,540.70 with interest from the firs day of July, 1931. Said petition fur ther asks that the lien of the sal judgment be established against th said described premises from th date ot the «Ud tnbrlfag*, to-wit: The 22rid day of November, 1926, and further aska that the plaintiffs be awarded a special eteeutidn for the sale of said ptetiiises, or so much thereof,; as may .be necessary' to make the said' 'judgment and costs, and that from and after the day of sale that the defendants and aeh and all '• of •the'm be forever arred and foreclosed from claiming ny right, title, or Interest In and to aid premises, except such rights of edemption as are especially provided by law. Said petition further alleges grounds for the appointment of a ecelver and asks that a receiver »be ppointed, and also asks that their len be established senior and super- or to the right, claim, title or In- erest of any of the defendants, and asks for all such other and further elief as to the court may seem iqultable and proper. , For a more particular statement of the plaintiffs' cause of action, see said petition now on file. And unless you appear thereto ,nd defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said court, the same being the regular September 1931 term thereof, which will convene at the court house In Algona, Iowa, on the 21st day of 3eptember, 1931, your default will >e entered of record and judgment and decree rendered as provided by law. FRANK S. LOVRIEN, 14-47 Attorney for Plaintiffs TITLE ftf AN!) TO- . <*CRiBEb REA.L ESTATE/ Wit! ThE NOtVTttEAsT tt (JODH) OF SECTION 7, 29, : |8, NORTH RANGE Gilbert ohlr, til Mid Judgment to lien against Bald i from the date of the id-wit: the 20th day THE 5TH P. CdUNTT, IOWA, Defendants. To Each and All of the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now on tile In the office of the Clerk of the Dls- ;rlct Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiff above named alleging and claiming that she Is the owner and holder of two certain promissory notes In the sum of $1500.00 each bearing date of January 20, 1920, executed by Dave Gilbert and Minnie Gilbert and payable to "ourselves"'" and asking that she have a personal judgment against the said Dave Gilbert and Minnie Gilbert upon said notes In the sum of $3497.32 with Interest from and after the first day of August, 1931, at the rate of seven per cent pet- NOTICE In the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa. MARY E. MOON, Plaintiff, vs. DAVE GILBERT, MINNIE GIL BERT, jbHN S. THOMPSON, FARMERS & TRADERS SAVINGS BANK, of Bancroft, Iowa, HARRY J. SHOEMAKER, MRS. W. S. DOYLE, MRS. ELLA B. TAYLOR, CHARLES HOCKER, KATHRYN APPELGATE, J. D. HOLLAND ESTATE, GEO. S. SHAW, CHARLES HACKER, administrator, MARY ELLA GANTZ, AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS AND UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS CLAIMING ANY annum, and asking in addition thereto judgment for $29.30 for abstract of title. Said petition alleges, among other things, that to secure the payment of said notes, and other notes, which other notes including the notes sued upon, totaled $16,000.00 In principal, the defdndants, Dave Gilbert and Minnie Gilbert, made, executed and. delivered to one John I. Thompson a mortgage conveying the following described real estate, to-wlt: Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section 7, Township 98, North Range 29, West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa. Said petition further alleges thai by the purchase of the notes sued upon In this action, the Hen of the said mortgage and the mortgage It•self was transferred to this plaintiff and that she Is the owner and holder of said mortgage and of all rights secured thereunder. Said petition further alleges that the plaintiff's lien against said 1920, and allege* that Urn and mortgage are tfti* M unpaid, as to thte platntttt. Said petition further the defendants, Harry J. er, Mrs. W. 8. Doyle, Htm. Taylor, Charles Hooker. Appelgate, J. D. Holland S. Shaw, Charles Hacker, trator, and Mary Ella OanUv time claimed to be the holders of the other.notes by said mortgage, but If not the owners of such plaintiff does not know of the owners of such other and the unknown claimants ai known persons made defeHUuH* (kg this action are the owner* •! said other notes. Said petition asks that sat* gage be foreclosed and that plaintiff be awarded a special' cutlon and that from and day of sale under said cutlon that the defendant* and all of them be and foreclosed from forever- clatantaK' MUU right, title; or Interest to said described premises except i rights of redemption as are ially provided by law.' Said petition also state* for the appointment of a and aeks that a receiver b» pointed, and alleges that th*. mortgage was duly recorded ait. tfc» 31st day of January, 1910, in. Boafe; 74 on page 46, Mortgage Recorda; Of? Kossuth County, Iowa. For a more particular otafeiMatS} of the plaintiff's cause of action* MBJft said petition now on file. And unless you appear 1 defend on or 'before noon of second day of the next term of muSLi. premises is senior and superior to the claim, right, title, or interest of each and all of the defendants, and asks for a personal judgment against the said Dave Gilbert and court, the September same being the 1931 term thereof. will convene at the court houM tei Algona, Iowa, on the 21st doar 4ft September, 1931, your default be entered of record and and decree rendered as provided^ U(^ law. 44-47 FRANK S. LOVRIEWw ' Attorney for PtaftalUf^j UGUSTA BRIESKE, MRS. ANNA L. SHORT, MISS MAR- .TORIE EDWARDS, AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSON OR PERSONS, OR CLAIMANTS, CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE, OR INTEREST IN AND TO TPIE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE, TO - WIT: SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW»4) OF SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 94, NORTH OF RANGE 27, AVEST OF THE 5TH P. M., KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, Defendants. To Each and All of the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the Dis- READ THE WANT-ADS. So much more for your money The quality you insist on— at a very low price* i Has Balie ethodist Everready Sunday held a bake sale, at !ash Grocery • store Sa'tur- er Fenton News ; T. Waite got home Sat- ;ora a week of fishing at , Minn. He was accom- roe by Mrs. WaiCe and the who had spent a month |tives at Duluth. i Mrs. F. w. Larkin, Es: and a daughter spent with Mr. Larkin'a parents, rs. William Larkin. The larkin operates a dry 1'establlshment. Part}- Honors Girl's Birthday— Josephine Donelson was 17 Sunday, and the boys and girls H. S. basketball teams of last year gave a party for hei- at O. J- Marty's Friday night. Accepts Nebraska Church Job—Florence Hot left Friday to begin work as pastor's assistant and parish worker for the First Evangelical church, Grand Island, Neb. Nine Children Lose Tonsils— Doctor Chase, Fort Dodge, was here Saturday and performed ton silectomies for nine children at Doctor Corbin's office. Other Lu Verne News. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbin had as 'guests last week Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bekman, Alton, Mr. and Mrs. rv,i™ •««•'' i nr i I John Lucas Milwaukee, and Mr:'and Osborn, Maxlne Wels- fnz - ,,„,„ „„,„„„„„„ M . qnr n 1PS t*,-. Larson, Arthur Priebe, ine Osborn were entertain- ner at the R. C. Goetsch week Wednesday even- I Mrs. Carl 1 'Wolfee, Klem- Wolfe, and Mrs, C, W, Whittemore, and the pousehojders, Lone Rook, nday at w. R. Wolfe's; 1 Mrs. C. H, Geron'sln, son- i Mr. Geronslri's sister, Stewart of Slbley, and I spent Friday at the auerby's, Eldora. thodlst Aid w.lll meet this .Jay at the church; Mrs. |wel, Mrs. G. W. Newel, |ry Schneider, and Mrs. Welsbroa, hostesses. - , I A. Elsenschmidt and her ^Louise have returned to *°* at Dubuque, after'a 1 at Nels Wilpers's' and .^relatives here. IHantelman departed- last ""day for Herreld, Si D., is making an extended i her sister,. Mrs. H, .J>le- ot a minister. . - ' ••;• 4ara' Bearers held their lonthly meeting at the I church last week Monday lib Mas Boevers as. l>os- |and Louise Hengrei'return- *h Monday to Des Mbines »nu days wjth their par- ana. Mrs. Jacob Hengel. person. Ringsted, visited (week Monday evening Flowing Wednesday morn • Humphrey's. [ w. R. Hr'Kyhl attended « of Mr. KylilV step f-5 Pete r KPW. at Ring ^Thursday. • Julius Ridler, Fair '• and Mrs. John ..„. lmie r guests at Chas uncjay. Okobojls, w,here shp I Mrs. p atch at . returned to hi; Frl ^' **** < , F. C. Bailey. Whitt B^tleya Elplse (Brown is visiting Mr. anS /Trs. Frank Brown, Lyle, Minn. She ,.home. with them after they ad spent the week-end of July t U. S. Grant's. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen and rtrs. Ed Allen, with Feme and White's GROCERY Week-End Specials Catsup, No. 10 size __; Tomatoes, No. 10 size String Beans, No. 10 size ___ Pork and Beans, No. 10 size Peaches, No. 10 size _J .78c _48c _58c _48c _58c Big 3 Black or Red Raspberries Big 3 Pitted Cherries, black, red,'or white _. 93c 93c llHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM^ The first time you drive a Pontiac you're due . for a genuine surprise—especially if you have based your ideas on small cars costing just a little less. You'll find the whole "feel" of Pontiac different—it gives you a totally different kind of ride. First is the feeling of power. You'll note pick-up, speed and a driving ease you never looked for at so low a price. If - you like to get where you are going without being boxed in traffic or shifting too much on hills, you'll call Pontiac a performer after your own heart. Then there's comfort—deep Seats, flexible springs, four hydraulic shock absorbers and enough weight and length. And, even if you know little about mechanics, you'll readily see how rubber cushions at 43 points Jn Pontiac's chassis take up road shocks. On si'zziing'summer days, and in wet weather, you'll marvel a£ hov; v/ell Pontiac's insulated! Fisher body shuts out heat and dampness. And when you run a critical eye over the interior fittings and finish, you'll see why Pontiac owners are so glad to have their friends ride with them . . . genuine mohair or whipcord upholstery, for onejihing! (Finct leather in open models.) .,,-'! <a*«~ ' .?* The graceful body lines, the broad one-piec* fenders with neat built-in fender lamps, the deep V-radiator with its chrome screen—these and many other fine-car features will help make you proud to own a Pontiac... an outstanding General Motors value. You'll like the very low price, too—for what a satisfaction it it to get so much more for your money I Any Oakland-Pontiac dealer will arrange * demonstration at your convenience. Furniture Store Front Completely Wrecked! f ; ' ' • •'' •. • ,-•'-,*'• AND OTHER EXTENSIVE IOTEKIOK EEJIODELISe TO BEGIN OS ACODST 1 AT BICHABDSON'S We are Happy around Kossuth county. Remodeling thing in furniture. . . ? me dwwge to t Se s a Sck at t ^ ^ S prlc3°ver quoted on quality f«mltur,. We do not believe in the BUY - SAVE Richardson Furniture Co. Whore Furniture SoU. For MM PONTIAC *793- 50 MAKING NEW FRIiNPC AND KEEPING THE OLD DELIVERED ™ f Seiw or Oovye, equipped »n* deUrered In Algoua, $793.50. Sport Coupe, 9888.80, Fo»r.4o«r a«. |w 'or Co»Twtlfcto Coup*, 9WM, Cutom S«4m, 1993.60. AU ears equipped with front »ui w*r buwp^t, (k»ek abiorben, fire wir* wfceeta, »B* »Jrtr» flN, t*b« and tire lock, You we) have the «|T»»t«f*, too, of 0. If, A. 0. U«» p*jr«««U, , _,. ., Algona Motor Sales " *~ i 1 i' S. H. ^WlPW?"^^ Vw fl^^P^^p *•», • : ^Ks£Vl>i5wl ,W,!*^- ^'^^^v4^F4

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