Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1931
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PAGE SIX BEE SUPPLIES A full line of Bee Supplies. Get them of a. E. Van Doraton, having moved to north end of N. Minnesota atreet, Vlilch Is first street east of paved street leadlnp to Burl. THIS WOMAN LOST 64 POUNDS OF FAT Mrs. II. Price of Woodslde, L. I., writes: "A year ago I weighed 1 IbB. I stiirled U> take Kruschen and now I weigh l-.'6 ;ind never felt'bet ter in my life and what's more, I look more like •>() yr«. old than the mother of 2 children, <jne 1!l and the other IS. Kvery one of my friends marvelous the way 1 re say it's duced." To lost; tut with speed take M half teaspoonful of Krusrhen. in :i glass of hot wntor before -hreakfimt every morning—don't mixs a morning—(in 85 T.ent bottle -il:i f sts 4 weeks—get it fled back. slater, Mrs. Minnie Parka and] an operation for ruptured appen- Ver'na Parks, Frederlcksburg, are;dlx. here. The Dehherts and their I . . Other LUTHERANS AT LUVERNEGIVE "POUND" PARTY I,u Verne, July 28—Early In June the teacher of the local Lutheran parochial school, Ernest Zoltz, was married at Fairmont. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills Mr. and Mrs. Zelti! came to Lu Verne Saturday, and Sunday night members of the Lutheran church gave a surprise reception and pound party for* the couple at the I-l. S. gymnasium. After the people had assembled a short program consisting .of speeches by the Rev. Mr. Wlttenburg, pastor, and Teacher Zeit?:, with special music by the choir and a solo by William Reddel was given and tha ngo Saturday from a month's stay pound gifts were presented. Refresh- with his brother Bert at Whiteflsh, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONAjOWA guest* were at West Bend Sunday. The Doctor Wyilame and Lloyd Zentner families attended a v Daw- son-Wllliams family picnic at the Humboldt tourist park a week ago Sunday. Epworth Leaguers who attended Institute at the Okobojls gave reports at a Sunday evening service at the Methodist church. Grace Elaine and Marian, daughters of Hoyt Smith, Dexter, Minn., are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Al Johnson, of Norway, visited last week at Dr. U. L. Corbln's. The doctor used to practice at Norway. Mrs. W. H. Gorlfrey, Algona, is visiting relatlvs and old friends here while her daughter Bertha Is touring In the east. Frank Mullin got home a week Mrs. Williams, Mrs. O. 3. Kloock's grandmother, and Mr. .Williams, uncle of Mrs. Kloock, both of Milton, and Arthur Abel, brother of Mrs. Kloock, with the. elder Mr. Abel, ot Mason Clay, Mrs. Kloock's father, spent Sunday here. Delore's Flnnell accompanied the Vernon Hockenberrys to Mason City Sunday. The Hockenberrys spent Sunday nt Robert Flnnell's. Mrs. Hockenberry Is a sister of Dolores and a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flnnell, The William Schwankes and Louis Schwanke, Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with Whlttemore rela- lives. "Bill" and Louis drove on to Mankato Sunday to fish. Mrs. mrnts were then served. Four Home from AVei'k's Tour— W. B. Mason. '.Tames Boyd, of On- •io, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. George Mont. The John Smiths had as guests 'ast wi-Tk their daughter, Mrs. L. L. Anderson, of AHa, and her family. the first bottle—money RECTAL CLINIC j I Hove •"! with TIVE, PAINLESS, FICE THEATMEX'J VATI-V Ambulant Proctology. Hemorrhoids (piles) an« other forms' of rectal trouble. Colon trouble, colitis, constipation. NON-CONFINING, COXSER-|j, 0( ., orH An- K,.,.I on GOOF- A number i)C people have been under a doctor's care during the Five dollars per call. Six toi! 11 "} wc ;f k ' !Um " 1 'i lhem "• ' s - Gl ' ant ' . ,, * ,, .,. . , Hilly Chapman, .Grace ten calls usually sufficient. ' WRITE FOR .BOOKLET Sinus infection, rheumatism, neuritis treated by special methods* DR. K. W. S.HULTZ '218-19-2.0... First National Bank Bldg.,-Mason City, la. Thompson, bedyard, returned Sat-1 Kenneth and Duane Thompson, of urday from a week's trip through • Ledyard; visiled the W. B. Masons eastern Iowa and Illinois. They vis- '-•••• — iled the Devil's Backbone stato park near McGregor and visited relatives ;it Sycamore, II!., and Chicago. On tin- return trip they stopped at Nevada to visit two granddaughters of Air. Boyd. On Sunday the Ray Boyds. Nevada, drove to Algona. and the Masons, the Thompsons t| and the Tom Masons, Clarion, had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state Christenscn, I elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ChrlKlensen, and Mrs. Lee Lichty. 1. H. Benedict is back at the store part of the time, after a two weeks illne.ss. Mrs. Lichty bruised an ankle -some time ago, and infection sel in. Then a week ago Saturday infection set in on one of her thumbs. II. K. Pi'llzlic Itlrthdny Observed- Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Stone, Mason City, Mr. an'd Mrs. Roy Pietzke, Mrs. Fay Mr. MONEY TO LOAN —on— EASY TEHMS READY CASH - SEKVICE We loan vou money on a few minutes notice, in amounts from $50.00 to $300. Phone or call on us, as our method is quick, courteous and confidential. We lend on household furniture and automobiles, and allow you to repay in 20 small monthly payments. HAWKEYE FINANCE CO. Represented by CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W. State Street. Phone 598 and Allen Thompsons last week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Cedar Falls, are^ spending a month at the parental Charles Goetsch home. Lucille Thompson leaves this-week Wednesday for her home at Indianola. after two weeks here. The Robert ' Diekoffs, Detroit; Mich., are visiting' h'ere and at Fort Dodge. .- • . •• Eileen AVab'e, Pa toil, is visiting at her uncl? the ; Rev. David Lang's. . Cecil Finnicum, Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting the M. M. Lowmillers. ' Webster City, Thompson, Kagrle Grove, and Mrs. George Diet/.el, Spencer, \vUh their children respectively, gathered at H. 13. Pletzko's here last week Sunday to help Mr. pietzke celebrate!.! a birthday. Aireil Teacher lleineinbers Pupils— An interesting letter ha.s been re- oeived this week from a former teacher here, Mrs. Bullks. Iowa Falls. Elsie Packard-She is now a widow more than 70 years old. but she still remembers former pupils at Lu Verne and would like to hear from them. WHITTEMORE TRAVELERS IN 5-WEEK JAUNT Whittemore, July 28—Henry Hnag and William and Paul Weber got home recently from a tour in the west. On the going trip they traveled via Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma, and Texas, returning via Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. On the way back they followed practically the same route, and from Colorado brought Mr. and Mrs. John Gappa's son Leo home. They visited former AVhlttemorc people on the trip, which took a little more than five | home, Algona. weeks. They called on Leona Haag Mrs. Roger Elbert Schwanke Voifjht. The Uoy was formerly Marie Bjustroms, Hobarton, and the Harold Kueckors, Whltte- more, spent Sunday at D. E. Walker's, De'evan, Minn. Mrs. Bjustrom and Mr*. Knocker are ( slaters of Mr. Walker. Marjorle, little daughter of Mrs. Kathryn Grippen, West Bend, • is visiting the Harold Kueckers. • Mrs. Grippen was formerly a beauty operator at the Rusch barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause, Mary Gappa, and Geneva Walters drove to Minneapolis Sunday to vlsii Ignatius Gappa, who has been In a hospital-there for some time. ,ft)hn Mergen'ls spending-part of the summer at lo.wa City, attending summer : school. He plans to resume his law -course at Creightbn university, Omaha, this fall. ' Augusta Priester and Mary Elizabeth Elbert' are at Henry Priest'er's; near'-'Sleepy Eye, Minn.,' helping Mrs. Priester during harvest time. Ella Voight is visiting at the Arthur Mathews home, Rolfe, Mrs. Mathows and Ella arc sisters, is helping cook for threshei-s. 'Vei-da," daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, east of town, has been spending the last week at William Nlssen's at Eldora. ' Walter Braga, of Dows, spent the week-end at the A. D. Brogan and Gerald Braga homes. Gerald and Walter are brothers. Mary, little daughter of the Tony Schmidts Jr., returned Sunday from a week at the Ves Hayes home, Eagle Grove. Rosella , O'.iver resumed work at the Champion shop last' week Monday, after three weeks in Minnesota. The William C. Daus, Algona, spent Sunday evening with Wiliam's mother, Mrs. Anna. DttU, Lillian Heidenwith spent last Thursday at the Henry Lavrenz BLOOD POISONING IN HAND LAYS UP WEBSTER CITYAN Sexton, July 28—George Schuck came home from the Kossuth hospital Sunday. He had been a patient there for several weeks with blood- poisoning In one hand. The hand had to be laneed up to the wrist. The corls are drawn, and he will be unable to work for a long time. He was night watchman In the Selby poultry house at Webster City, where his wife was also employed. They are now with her mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. George was a pattern of Dr. R. M.'. Wallace, of Algona. Voter ItniiNen Brotlicr-ln-,Ij«w Dies- Peter Hnnsen, a mile south of Sexton, received a telegram Monday that his brother-in-law, Fred Hansen, Crystal Lake, had died. The funeral was to be held this week Wednesday. The deceased Mr. Hansen WPS an elderly man, and hat been ailing for several months. ' gerifllt -'notnesi ({unlit}- Oats; Hlfrh Yield- Threshing is now In full swing here, and the oats are yielding well going on most farms at 50 bushels and of excellent quality. The s.traw is rather short because of dry weather. Corn is still looking fine though badly in need of rain. jrrs.'Komllne-or Hns Operation— Mrs. .McMahon .entertained Mr and Mrs. : ,Tohn McMahon, son Emmet, and the Ambrose -Llchtys, o this neighborhood, also Frank Dur dett, Mason City, at dinner Sunday the occasion being the birthday o her son Francis. • • has been abed a week with tonsilitis. Carbuncles Afflict Pauline Miller— . Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Aloe Miller, ,who formerly lived a the south edge of Sexton, iy havinfc a serious time of it with carbuncle under the arms. She has had ti have them lanced. Ot-lier. Sexton. Herbert Stevens and Alec Diclcej have completed painting and var nishing: on the Stevens estate farm tenanted by returned to the Yansers, and hav their home at For a spent Sunday at Clear Luke. Mr. and Airs. Wllliflin Bunlrip an/I amlly wore" Sunday afternoon vis- tors at ino John and Anton Grand- 11 HILL 'UUI'l^cii , , v •, : , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gerfnann ft ml ion Harold George of BltiR Earfn ipont Sunday here .with home folks. Mrs. Mary Ffl-sbender and family vere Sunday dinner guests with Mr, and' Mrs. Leander Studer. WANT ADS 1 WANTED —•SKCOND HAND klt.'h en cabinet.—Gn.M Advance. JOj FOR RRNT, SEPTEMBER FIRST, tnbdern house; close In. — Phone ' ' 357. FOR SALE — DAIN HAY-STACK er and buckrake.—Oeo, F. GHm sehl, Lu Verne, 11P45-6 LOST— BROWN^LBATHISR SUIT case between Mason City and Algona; reward. — Leave at Advance. _ _ FOR SALE— PIANO STORED IN Algona, balance due $0!) cash. — Crltchett Piano Shop, 181' 10th st. Des Molne«. 15P4C-49 THE FALL TERM OF THE MAN- kato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn., will open September 1 Write for catalog. 17p4fl A RETAIL BUSINESS FOR~YOU -No capital or experience required Must be honest, Industrious, own small car.—Ward Co., Box 459, \VI- nona, Minn. Estah. 1S56. 3np48-49 t8,ii48.7tf with Interest from the first day of July, 19*1. Bald petition further lUkS tnftt the lien of the eald judgment be established, against the ^ aid deacrlbod premised frohi the date of the aM mortgage, to- wit: The 22nd day of November, 1928, and further asks that the plaintiffs bd awarded a special execution for the sale Of said premises, or HO niuch thereof, afl may be heceasary to make the eald judgment and costs, and that 'from and after the day of Sale that the defendants and ealjh and all of them be, forever barred and foreclosed from claiming any right, title, or Interest' in and to said premises, except such rights of redemption as are especially pro- BUSlNESS&ij Sntered as '"'--*:":,; "'»»«iS vided by law. .Said petition further alleges PO YOU HAVE TKOVBL10 WITH your washing machine nr electric refrigerator? Do your wires gel hot? Small wires may . cause large fires. — Consult the Bonnier Elec- groundfi for the appointment of a receiver and asks that a receiver be appointed, find- also asks that their lien be established senior and superior to the right, claim, title or interest of any of the defendants, and nsks for all such other and further relief a« to the cou,rt may . seem equitable and proper. For a moi-e particular statement of the plaintiffs' qause of action, see said petition now on file. And unless y,ou appear thereto and 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 Algnna, Iowa, on the 2l3t day of September, 1031, your default will bo entered of record and judgment and decree -rendered as provided by trie. Co. 27u4G RELIABLE PARTY WANTED TO handle Watkiiis Products in Algona.. . Customer* established. Excellent opportunity for right man. Write J. R. Wa.tklns Company, D-74, Winona. Minn. 23p46 DOCTOR, EXPERIENCED, . wants hustling small-town unopposed location at once. Will buy out doctor if reasonable (no real estate). Must be giltedged deal, large territory (protestant preferred). Huwtler, Mason, Odd Fellow, references. — Dr. Bruce McCuIly, lowu City, Iowa. p4C Office 42 •A-leona, •" — '" "ONAR~ Sullivan A-ttorneys-au. J hones: Office, 261-j I , • E. Me, 403. ' "'' Harrington L . Office, 287; T, p.' law. 44-47 FRANK S. LOVRIBN,' Attorney for Plaintiffs. «- i. VAN JVE.ss 0, Lawyers Office over Towa st«i. 'hone 213-W. le Legal* Siibstllutus as Office Girl— Gwenetha Jonos went to Minnea- liolis last Thursday to spend part of her summer vacation at the home of her sister. Mrs. Ben Farley. She was to bu substitute office girl in the Canada lOxchange building while the regular girl was away on vacation. Presbyterians Have :i Picnic— Thtt Presbyterians held their annual picnic at the'Renwlck Pa.rk last week Tuesday. Kittenball games, at Sioux City, the William Potters at Norfolk, Neb., Leo Gappa at the Woodman sanitarium in Colorado, Mrs. 13. Bast at Portalnd, Ore., the J. P. McGowans, Mrs. Nell Hayes, and the Joseph Hayes family at Tacoma, the John Haags at Bellevue, Wash., Dennis Hayes at Bremerton, John, Frank, and George Haag^. and Albert, Edward, and Frank Rotli at Spokane, and Augusta Haag at Centerville, S. D. They went through the Yellowstone national park and viii.'ted the Black Hills. They also stopped at Tank- ton, S. D., where they visited radio station WNAX, and Henry broadcast a song or two. The best corn the boys saw was between Spencer appendix ' was also removed. Mrs. and Whlttemore. Many parts of the E. M. Hawks and Mrs. Charles LONE ROCKER UNDER KNIFE AT ROCHESTER Lone Rock, July 28 — Charles Hawks was operated on last week Wednesday at Rochester, Minn., ior ulcers nf ihe stomach, and his horseshoe pitching, races, etc. fur-! country through which they passed j Hawks, Jessie Stebritz and daugh- nished entertainment. Farmers too I were dried out, and others had been $300- FOll ANY -WORTHY PURPOSE Families living in Algona and vicinity can secure any amount up to $300 on furniture, automobiles, or live stock. It is easy to secure, a loan through this company and easy to pay back. Just one small payment a month. Ask about our Payment Extension Plan which PROTECTS YOU when sick 01- unemployed. LOANS MADE TO School Teachers On Your Own Signature For immediate service call, write or phone Chas. Kuchynka 214 E. State, Phone 390 Representing Federal Finance Co., Des Moines We are handling the bes grades of twine ,at the lowest possible price. Be Sure and Place Your Order With Us Now. COAL A good grade of coal fo threshing. Let us ship your livestock Phone us for dates. We grain. pay top prices fo FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO HOBARTON BJSIfl, Fhon,e. usy to los{> a whole clay joined the roup for a. picnic supper. ii Wrnp <!lrl Has Operation— Mr. and Mrs. Mert Barton went to nva City Saturday to see their uighter Fern, still in the univers- y hospital there, without much 'laiige in her condition. A mastold lieration was to be performed on er Monday. iooiu'cs to lilhlp Conferi'iivi*— The Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Koonce ft Saturday for Cedar Falls to at- •nd the eleventh annual Bible con- c-rence July 26-Auguat !J. Paul is t. the B. Jones home and Ellen at I. Colwell's during the parents' ab- Jnytl Sinifli Italic Homo Again — The Lloyd Smiths drove to Des loines last Thursday to bring home heir 3-year-old daughter Donna, vho had been a patient at the Lu- heran hospial here. Donna is lowly gaining. Artist Works Here— Charles Shipley, Fairmont, spent >ust week in this vicinity, doing andscape gardening for a Charles Jity nursery. He made his head- luurters ut his brother Frank's. Aid HUH Ainiiiul Picnic— Thfl Methodist Aid held its annual licnic on the church lawn last week Wednesday. A good turnout, good eats, and fine weather combin- d to make the event a success. HHlj|f> Lliidebak Loses Brother— Jesse Lindebak received news last veek Wednesday of the death of lia brother Omer at Ellsworth. The ocal Lindebaks drove to Ellsworth 1'hursday for the funeral. Former Lu Verne I'astor Dies— Friends here have word of the death at Independence of a former pastor of the local Presbyterian ihurch, the Rev. A. G. Martyn. The funeral was held Friday. Former I>u A'erne (Jlrl Weds— Friends here have received the announcements of the marriage ol Esther Peterson and Paul Jensen Racine, Wis., July Mi. Esther lived here till two years ago. Stork Visits Perg-iiiitle Homes- Babies arrived at the Carl and Fred Pergande homes a. week ago Friday, a son at Carl's and a daughter, at Fred's. swept by grasshoppers;. Knechts J..OSP Illinois Brother— Conael Knecht, Algona, and Theodore Knecht have returned from Peoria, 111., where Peter Kneclit died of diabetes and a stroke last Thursday. Peter is survived by his wife, two children, six brothers, Goorge, Michael, and Frank, Leonore, 111., Conrad, Algona, and Theodore and Joseph, Whittemore, and two sisters, Lizzie, of Leonore, and Mrs. Anna Sshmitz, Canyon, Tex. Just a. week before Peter's death the Knecht brothers here had received a telegram that a nephew, Raymond Schmitz, 118, had boon instantly killed in an automobile ac- cidgnt three miles west of' Canyon. Young Schmitz's chest and back were crushed by the steering wheel. Many Attend Jtlssion; Festival— A number of AVhittemore people attended mission festival services it St. John's Lutheran church,, Fairviile, Sunday. The morning services opened at 10:30 and the Rev. Walter Discher, Marshalltown, preached German and English ser- The Fairviile junior choir sang. The afternoon services began at .2:30, and an English sermon was given by the Rev. J. Bertram, Fort Dodge. During the offertory a violin solo was played by Ada Schneewind. and the Senior choir sang. Free dinner was served to all who attended the morning services. After the afternoon services a. Whittemoro pick-up team played kittenball with a Fairviile pick-up team and Whittemore won, 15-111. Four to Military Camps— Four wbltlt-more youths will leave early in August to attend citizens' military training camps at Fort Des MoiiH« and at Fort Snelling, Minn. They will be gone a month. William Heller goes to Fort Des Mointis, while L'.oyd Roth, Edward Heller, and William Hiygins Jr., go to Fort Snelling. This will be the I'uurUi year Cor Roth, the second William Heller, and the first for the other two. Father C. P. Sweeney, Fort Dodge, will serve as chaplain Gladys drove to Rochester last week Tuesday night. The former two remained with Mr. Hawks till after the operation and Mrs. Stebritz and Gladys came home Wednesday. Dodge. .They repainted and redec orated the house inside and out. Mrs. George Aman was called t Mason City Friday by news that her sister, Mrs. J. W. Roadinger, had Indergone an operation at Mercy hospital. The patient was reported doing well Sunday. Mrs. Roadinger lives just east of Sexton. The August Kirschbaums drove to Bri'tt Sunday to visit Mrs. Klrsch- liaum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eiee- man, and both- families picnicked at the Eagle Lake state park In honor of Mr. Eisemair's birth-day. Ruth Bailey spent last week Tuesday niglTt with Ruth Miller. The girls had" been at the Okobojis, and went from there to Sioux City for Sunday night and Monday, coming to Sexton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders have come up from Osceola, and' Mr. Sanders is helping James- Bvophy with threshing. Mrs. Sanders Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lou Boleneus. Mrs. Bert Sanders, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, and the latter's little daughter, Constance Joy, of Mason City, accompanied Mrs. Lou Bolen- eus'lo church here Sunday morning; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Klrscfrbaum NOTICE OF I'HOWATK OF WILL No. 3ii43. tate of Iowa, Kossuth county SB In District Court March term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that un nstrument of writing purporting to the last Will and Testament of H. Free, deceased, dated Fred Fluig's I^cg Deeply Cut — Fred Flaig injured one leg while sotting up a threshing machine he had sold to Joh|n Trunkhill last are entertaining a sister of Kirschbaum fro'm Dubuque. week Wednesday. He his leg deeply, and fell and cut Dr. Melvin Bourne, who is taking care of Dr. W. T. Peters's practice, took several stitches to close the wound. Sheffield Relatives Visit Here — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freedenberg and daughter Barbara Jean, and Roberta Dav(son, of Sheffield, were guests of the L. R. Rodericks and at Fort Snolling. liurni'll Wegner 10; Party— Mrs. Arnold Wegner entertained last week Monday in honor of her daughter Burnell's 10th birthday. Frank Santonin Have Twins— The Frank Sanforda are parents of twin girls, born Monday. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Kate Barton and her son Charles drove to Leslie a few days ago to attend the funeral of the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. McPherson. Mrs. McPherson was formerly Cora Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Huff and. Junior and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ltchty left Sunday for a week at Chicago and in Wisconsin. Lloyd Zentner is managing the Model cafe during the Huffs' absence. Mrs. Edw. Dehnert's mother an<J Hand Will- Welcome Players— Director J. W. Schar, of the West Bend band, invites everyone who can play a band instrument to practice with the band at both rehearsals and street concerts. Rehearsa night Is Tuesday at the publit sc-hoolhouse, -and street concerts are given every Wednesday night. limply Oil Uarrels Stolen— Two empty oil barrels were stol en from Ihe rural service company's tobei't. Dransfeldts Saturday, ilargaret Davison and daughter Georgetta, of Sheffield, spent last veek at the same horhes here. Shower Honors Mrs. Win. Flaig— A miscellaneous shower was given n honor of Mrs. William Flaig at the James Ackerman home last week Wednesday. Hostesses were Mrs. Ackerman, Mrs. Glen Burt, of Armstrong, and Anna Flaig. Mr. The Klrschbaums' son Ollie at Crystal Lake, returning Saturday. Mr. and Mrs..Ernest Birch attended revival meetings al Emrnetaourg Sunday. The meetings had been held two weeks, and the one Sunday evening was the-last.. The Russell' Vincents-, White, S' D., called on Mrs. Amy Smith last week Wednesday. They lived here 20 years ago. Mrs. Walter Bertram!, Chicago is spending a few dUye- with- her- sis' ter, Mrs. Charles Aman.. An" ice cream social given las week Monday evening- by the- AM was well attended'.. earing proof of same at the Court louse in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the ?Ierk of .said Cou.rt;and at 10 p'clock m. of the day above mentioned, 11 persons Interested are hereby otified and required to appear and how cause, if any they have, why aid Instrument should not be pro- ated and allowed as and for the ast Will and Testament of said debased. ; Datetl at Algona, Iowa. July 23. 831. Seal) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. ST. BENEDICT Cuineron Car in Collision— William Cameron's car was damaged in a collision Sunday in an accident while Mr. Cameron was coining home from Austin. He was uninjured. Buys Tractor for Thrashing—• Tom O'Donnell purchased a new Hart Parr tractor at -Charles City ast week, and will do his threshing with the tractor this year. \Vliitt-inore is })efcuted— Lone Rock shut out Whi.tteuio.re 5-0 last week Wednesday in a slow game. Tne local team lost to. Fairmont 13-7 Sunday. 'St. Benedict, July 21 — Most o he farmers are- fmisnimj cutting grain this; week, and threshing; wl >egin the last of the week in most ilaces. The fanners think th grain a. fair crop, bat there is neei a good rain for a com crop things have been drying up fas during the last week. Garden stuf s. nearly gone, and while potatoe are good there will be no crop i t doesn't rain soon. People thin t'a ciriei- tills summer than last ,-ear for there's no moisture in th ground. Other Lone Rock. l-ltu-lan Blanchard drove to Cedar Falls Friday after Ruth and Florence Householder, Ardith Knoll and Bertha, B'.anchard.' Lawrence Newbrough took them back Sunday. M>. and .Mrs. Edgar Collver, of Oskaloosa, spent Friday and Satur •\t J. L. and'L. R. Roderick's Bernice Roderick Returned home with them for a month's visit. The Hugh Walsh family and Ber nard O'Donnell drove to Early Sun day to visit the Harry Davis fam ily. * The Wal.shs formerly lived ai Early. M. H. Heller, of Wesley, visiled at W. C.' Heiter's Sunday. Theii son Lyle, who has been visiting here, returned home with them. The^-Frank Flaig family, will eight other families from surround bulk station No. I lost week Tues- j ing towns ' attended a ^blacksmith's day night. Agent Harold Kuecker saye he has more on hand, but would rather give them away than have them stolen. Council Oaks Clerli Promoted— Henry Behnke, Whittemore, former clerk at the Council Oak gro- meeting at Clear Lake Sunday. The Arley Hobsons, of For Dodge, and D. T. Hobson and son Harold, of Burt, were guests of -the Harry Hobsons Sunday. Mrs. Ollie Tyler and son Wayne of Council Bluffs, came Friday tc visit the G. A. Sharps. They re eery, Algona, and a girl from Ban- turned home Monday. croft spejit Sunday evening at the' Reno Woodwlck,'who has been Ctu-1 Hansen'a. Henry has been ^ ta *' in B' l here for P ast year, and transferred to a Council Oak store "' *~ Ji at Carroll. • - Heiderscheidt Cliild Operated On— Blerstedt drove to McHenry N. D., Monday. Man-on Jensen and Arlene Olso; spent a few days last week a t Chri Mr. and Mrs. Heiderscheidt's little Olson's, near Algona. son Henry was taken to the Al- Mrs. Frank. Merron was. ill hospital Sunday evening- for week,. (Heidi fromi last week.) \pril 28, 1906, having been this day iled, opened, and read, ay of August, 1031, i« the 25th fixed for ORIGINAL NOTICE . In the Dislrict Court of Kossuth county, Iowa. MARY E. MOON, Plaintiff. / vs. ' -. ' GILBERT, MINNTK GILBERT. JOHN S. THOMTPSON, 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, QEO. S. SHAW, CHARLES HACKER,- administrator, MARY ELLA GANTZ, AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS AND UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS CLAIMING: ANY INTEREST OR TITLE IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE, TOWIT: THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (NE'A) OF SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 98, NORTH RANGE 29, WEST OF THI3 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 District 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 •D. Shumway S1UJMWAY Si Attornoys-at-Law"') Offic« in Qulnby Block •Cone 58. '- •»• WIXKEL Office in yuinby I'hnne ISO. KENKKICK & Pliysifiliins mid Office over Hcxall Drug Office phone 300. »; i. Kcnodck, 31. I), res, j U. X. Kcuvdck, M. 1),, Physician and Sutgeog. •.Jffice in John Galbralth L 'hones: Office 310, res. 44|j P. V. Physician anil iffice on South Dodge •hones: Office, C66; resid Algona, Iowa, WALT UK Physician and Surgeon ,-ffice In Qulnby Bldg., Phone No. DR. W. D. 1'lij-Blclnn and i Bye, Ear, Nose, and Thi X-ray. -fftce over Hub Recreation •hones: Office, 1ST; T. P. Harrington, Attorney. •10-48 have a personal Judgment the said Dave Gilbert and Farmer Shells 6000 liu. Corn— Albert Grosenbach is shellln iOOO bushels of corn this week o his farm north of the village. M Irosenbach moved onto another farm in Sexton last spring and is working both places with the assistance of a married couple on one ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Kossuth counly, Iowa. SIRS. 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 AUGUSTA BRIESKE. MRS. ANNA L. SHORT, MISS MARJORIE EDWARDS, AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSON OR PERSONS, OR CLAIMANTS, CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE, OR INTEREST IN AND TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE, TO - WIT: SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW%) OF SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 94, NORTH OF RANGE 27, WEST 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' District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the petition of the plaintiffs above named elating and alleging that they are. the owners and holders of three promissory notes, one in the sum of $1,500.00 and one in the sum of $2,000.00 and one in the sum of $2,500.00, all bearing date of November 22, 1926, and excuted by Ida I. Stoakes and Henry E. Stoakes. Said petition alleges that to secure notes totaling the sum of $15,000.00, which eum Includes the amount of the plaintiffs' notes, the lefendants, - - against 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 per annum, and asking In .addition thereto judgment for $29.30 for abstract of title. Said petition allepres, 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 defendants, Dave Gilbert and Minnie Gilbert, made, executed and delivered to one John I, Thompson a mortgage conveying .the following described real estate, to-wit: Northeast Quarter (NEU) of Section 7, Township 98, North Range 29, West of the 6th P. M,, Koasuth county, Iowa, Said petition further alleges that by the purchase of the notes sued upon In this action, the Hen of the said mortgage and the mortgage itself 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 eald 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 CHIKOPRACTOBS I>R. It. J. Palmer Graduate Chin Tin-teen year's successful j Office over State's' VETERINARY L. W. POX Veterinarian West State Street, 'hones: Of f ice 475-W, HI'ILIHXG CONTRAC COWAX i SOX Genera! Contractor!. : j Estimates Furnlshd..)! .-L, nes: Business, 6394; >lu (JKdIMiK 1;. 5I11LEI I (iciicral Contractor, /I Estimates furnlshel ^1 -B, Alirona, la. Fttjll againet the said" Dave Gilbert and Minnie Gilbert only, and Mlu that Local Girl Nurses air. Fret' — Amelia Arndorfer returned home Monday from her duties caring for Mr. George Free who had an accident last week and died Sunday afternoon. Nuuruths Leave the Community — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neuroth have moved near Corwlth last week. They had been living in the William Klein tenant house west of town. Other St. Benedict. ' Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and daughter Mary Helen accompanied by Marie Arndorfer and her friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crose. of Wesley, drove to Lake Okoboji Sunday and spent the day. On returning home the Croses brought -back their two children who had spent a week or more at the lake. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gashel and daughter and husband from Beaver Dam, Wis., acompanled by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gashel, of Mason City, drove through here last Wednesday and stopped for a short visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Phil Immerfall and son Edward accompanied by the former's taothfer, Mrs, Joseph Rahm Sr., and Mrs. William Arndorfer were shop Henry E.. Stoakes made, 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 Range 27, West of the Fifth p. M., Kossuth county Iowa. Said petillon pers in Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. », -P. family and Mjr, and, Ifrs, anjl fasoljiy and, and said judgment be established as lien against said described preml«ea from the date of the Bald mortgage. to-wit: the 20th day of January, 1920, and alleges that the said not MI and mortgage are due and wholly unpaid, as' to this plaintiff. Said petition further alleges, that the defendants, Harry J. Shoemaker, Mrs. W. S. Doyle, Mrs. Ella B. Taylor, Charles Hooker, Katbryn Appelgate, J. D. Holland estate, Cteo. S. Shaw. Charles Hacker, administrator, and Mary Ella Gant?, at one time claimed to be the owner* and holders of the other note* secured by said mortgage, but If they are MACHINISTS | - . -- — — - • VttKTON MACH1XB Machinists and WeMavl H. vice stock on Piston Hl*i| and Bearings. • -*i of Courthouse. PRODUCE SWIFT A COMPiJt ? Cash Buyers/' Poultry, Eggs, and Htt Matt Lamuth, MP-.- Phone26i " Ot the owner S notes, tn»*» 31 plaintiff does not know the names executed of the owners of such other note*. and the unknown claimants and un- the defendants, James Cregan Mrs Ellen Duke, Miss Augusta Brleske' Mrs. Anna L. Short, and Miss Marjorie Edwarda at one time owned the notes secured by said mortgag ^ at c »«on_that the defendan and the notes, and same , u that if they do not own the now, that the persons owning the same are unknown defendants named in said petition and in this tice. Said petition alleges that by the purchase of the said notes the lien ° f was transfer* red to i these plaintiffs and the mortgage Itself was transferred to these Plaintiffs, and that their lien under 8enlor or to the lien, right, claim, title, n terest of any of the said defendant in and to said described premises Said petition alleges that there was due and owing upon said note! on the first day of July, 1931 the sum of f«,«S9.00 and that the plain! known persons made defendant* In this'action are the owners of the said other notes. Said petition asks that said mortgage be foreclosed and that the plaintiff be awarded a special execution and that from and after the day of sale under- said special *xe- K088I7TH COUNTI INSURANCE ASSOCUfl -er *15,000,000 worth Oil . force. A home compujR] ,-ur<? J. 0. Paxson, I "THE Ai<ooia"nii!J» AOENCJ B. ta Barre Al W , Reliable Ins. Servw, Phone 55. Properly Loans. Insurance. Be B«M W. 'State JOE „_- . New and used Auto W Tires and Accessorial Hides, Fur an<^ Algona, '-" to of for abstract of title and i for a personal Judgment againet the defendants, Ida I. §toikT and 33. etaw* H 9 of 1..-U .-- and all of them be forever barred and foreclosed from claiming any right, title, or interest In and to said described premises except aucb rights of redemption aa are eapec-' lally provided by law. Said petition also states ground* for the appointment of a receiver and asks that a, receiver b« appointed, and alleges that the «aid mortgage was duly recorded on tbfr 31st day of January,' 1920, In Book 74 on page 46, Mortgage Records of Kossuth County, Iowa, For a more particular 8tatejn,eju of the plaintiffs cause 6? auction, "."oH said petition now pn file. » And unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of *b« second day of the next term court, the- same beta? tee , September 1931 term thereol, „ will convene at the court houj* Algona, Iowa, o« th* gfc| day September, J9?i, youf- 4,1 be entered pf record an^ and (" — * *law. 4HX j, C. Colburn, 30 Years Expert Military Band Ins* ISxpert Service 0 ,v«> orders Foster or Phone 6« fern, «

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