Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1931
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UUUUU.UUUUK EX-IRVINGTON PAIR SAY SJ, CROP&SCANTY IrvliiKton, Aug. It — Word has boon received from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, well known to many here and In Algdna, that they have just returned to their home at Un- inn Grove, AVis.,' nilter a few months vacation. .They left Union Grove .Tune 15 nnd came to Alden, their former home, where they spent a month with their daughter Katherino. They' then went to Tankton, S. D., to spend a few weeks with another daughter. Mrs. Clarence Sy- mon.son. Tliey re|>ort conditions | nenr Yankton as bad. Farmers have- had crops dried out for several' years, and grain is now t belng shipped in to keep the stock from starving. Mr. Jones, who hns been suffering with diabetes for .several years, is much improved. Mimy In Sunday Visits— Mr. and Mrs. C!len Main, visited friends Saturday and Sunday at .Webster City. Mrs. .lamps Ard spent .Saturday and Sunday with friends [at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Honey and the A. McLeans also visited in Mason City Sunday. Mrs. George Nelson and son, Clear bake, Austin guests Personnel," and the fofeif?||t "China." Mesclames Lemke ' arid McLfean will 'be hostesses. ;•• ',*.,'• •••<' Merlin Potter and mother, Klla Potter, Chicago, visited Monday at' ternoon at the B. Miller home. After spending some time In Sioux City with other relatives and friends they plan to return here for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wlnandy, Chicago, spent Saturday at the John Simon home. They plan to visit other relatives In northern Iowa before returning home. C. B. Moore Smith, Des Molnes, accompanied by D. T. Smith, Algona, call9d at the M. I/. Roney home last Thursday. Mrs. Russell Maxwell's reorganized Larkln club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Jack Devine. Matilda Rahm, of St. Benedict, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ben Dwenger. LOOFTFAMI INGATHEF r ING F, W. WEHLER & CO. ••Jtf*Mers arid Optometrists. Phone 240. were Sunday guests at the Summers home, and other were the Uev. and Mrs. C. M. Vevle and children, of \Vantama, Wis., and Reuben Hovland. Eagle drove. The Rev. Mr. Vevle is a brother of Mrs. j Summers, and plans ! family to Minnesota . home. to take his before going j Onl-iif-Tinvn Visitors Kiitrrfiilnod— I Mrs. Sarah Clapp and daughter, | Mrs. Howith, of California, and Mr. and Mrs. Klmor Clapp. of Boone, the Itev. A. English, and Mr. and Mrs. Casey Loss, of Algona. were Sunday guests at the M. L. Honey home. Mrs. Sarah Clapp and Mrs. Howith, who have been visiting in Iowa several weeks, plan to return to California, the latter part of this week, as Mrs. T-lowlth must bo in Los Angeles the last day of August to start her .school duties. The Uev. Mr. English and Ethel were guests at Mrs. Howith's home when they were in California a few years ago. Former Itesldoiif In Acnhlont— Word has been received that Clyde Miller and Evert N T utt, nephews of TWO SCALDED AT SENECA WHEN HOT COFFEIETIPS OVER Seneca, Aug. 11—Llla, daughter of Martin Thompson, was badly scalded on the legs last week Wednesday, when a pot of hot coffee was tipped off a plank as the threshers were eating lunch at her aunt Mrs. Anna Osborn's. A grandson, Wilfred Brown, was also scalded, but not as 'badly. The children were on the ground near the plank. Campbell Relative In Accident— The Ralph Campbells went to Ledyard Sunday evening to see Mr. Campbell's brother-in-law, Leon Worden, xylio had been badly hurt when ht was hit by a bat which flew out of u kittenball player's hands. Mr. Worden had eight testh knocked out and four other teeth loosened, 'his jaw bone cracked, and :his upper lip cut HO severely that it was necessary to take 18 stitches to hold it in AT GALL PARK Wesley, Aug. 11—Fifty-three persons attended a Loofi family reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, Sunday. They were Mrs. John I,ooft, Ledya'rd, her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carson, Chicago, and Mrs. Looft's children With their families: Albert Looft, Ledyard; Mrs. N. A. Plngle, Ledyard; Ed Looft, Ledyard; Bernle Looft, Bancroft; Fred Looft and Mrs. Bertha Looft, Wesley. Peter Looft' Sr., Swea City, a brother of 'the late John Looft Sr., and Mrs. Looft also attended with their children and the children's families: Amanda, Ruth, and Minnie, Swea City; Frank Looft, Seneca; Nlclc Loott, Armstrong; Peter Looft Jr., Burt; Mrs. Ffed Rasmussen, Renwlck. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, Fenton, children of Mrs. Bertha Looft, were present. Pnstor Wnnlle Visits Here— The Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Wardle, Vincent, with their daughter, Mrs. Elmer Swanson, Wilton Junction, and Mr. Swanson stopped In Wesley Friday, on their return from Buffalo Center, where they had visited friends during the day. Mr. Wardle was formerly pastor at iWes- ley, and at Buffalo Center. Mr. Swanson will be high school principal at Wilton Junction the coming school year. The Swansons were at Wadena last year. At the Bertha Looft and A. E. Giddings -homes here, they called upon friends who were collegemates at Cornell. Joseph Sfuilcr Suffers Stroke— Last week Joseph Studer, St. Cloud, Minn., formerly Wesley, an elder brother of Nathan Studer, suf- contractor Mid, With the help of local men, la aleahlng the Inside of St.-Joseph church. Anna Mlldman returned last Thursday following a 12-day t Vto!t with her sister, Mrs. • JCirach'baun^.at Ayrshire. The Methodist XV. F. M. S. will hold its August meeting with Mrs. Hans Haiisen. 6ffleers will he elected. Elizabeth Hauptman has returned to her work In the A. M. Zuliz store, following a two weeks' vacation. The' Wm. Sturdlvants and John Amesburys drove to Fertile Sunday and picnicked In a local park. Mrs. Ben Hopkins left fast Thursday for a visit in South Dakota. MRS, LEO BERG, PIONEER WOMAN ATS, MIES Swfa City, Aug. HI — Mrs. L/ao Berg died at her home here- last Thursday. Her maiden name was Sara Christine Johnson, and she was born In Sweden October 0, J 850, being SO years and ten months old at death. She came to America, in 1S79 and lived at Boston, .Mass.. several y-dai-s. On August -3, 1S79, she was married to Mr. Berg, nnd they came to Iowa iu 1SS2. locating on a farm two and a quarter miles west'of Swea City. There Mr. Berg died in 11901, and Mrs. Berg shortly afterwards built a home in town where she spent the rest of her life. Four children are 'eft; Richard and Andrew, Swea City; Kdwarcl, San Diego; and K'.lon, Mrs. Sflrntiej Warbtlfton, Hdth couples spfcnt several days la«i Week at Minneapolis', St. Paul, nnd northern Minnesota lake**, Lyle Blair was operated on Cor (ijf- ptndioltls at the Alsona hospital Friday find Is rapidly recovering, WANT ADS HOUSEWORK WANTED, Inquire Advance. „ ''PJ 8 LOST _ LADY'S BLACK PURSE. Call Advance. ' 7pjj SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT.— Mrs. F. W. Green. 7U47U SALE OR RENT7TWO NEW modern homes, phone Jl45-Ji I)ft4fl-5(l HAND~PICKSD~TVEALTH'V apples. A. Butterfleld. __£^f s POTATOES, SGC AND MeWhorter, FOR SALE 60c 'bushel. — Ray Burt. FOR RENT —. LARGE MODERN sleeping room, 2 blocks south Al- hotel,—Phone 532. FOR SALK — GUERNSEY heifer calves, one to ten weeks old.- Nick Heesch, Tltonka^ 13p47-8- ESTRAYED—THREE SHEEP from farm northwest of Whlttemore;.—• Notify Seth B. Calry, Whlttemore.. 13g47-48- SPECIAL SALE — CHICKS, $5.50; wk. old, $0.'50; 2 wks. old, $7.75, per UOO. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft.. • . FOR SALE—PIANO STORED IN Algona, balance due $08 cash.— Critchett Piano Shop, 1S1' 10th St., Des Molnes. . .lap ''lli-48 Chicago, children. There are ten grand- Mrs. Berg joined the lo- fered a stroke. His son, Studer, Corwlth, and a Edward brother, Gregory, St. Benedict, drove up one day last week to see him. They found his.condition unchanged, and the doctor told them that It Is possible the patient may live a year. Emma Studer returned Saturday evening from a visit with her sister at Ackley. FASBENDER'S Specials FRIDAY A.SI) SATURDAY 1 large box Rinso 28c 2 cans Salmon 25c 3 Ibs. Coi'fee 5«c 1 large carton Matches 23c 3 cakes Palm Olive Soap 15c Jello, 4 pkgs. 25c A-B-C Lye lOc Peas, 2 cans 25c Palm Olive Beads, 3 for _25c Quebec Bread 5c FASBENDER'S GASHSTORE ST. BENEDICT dpiit recently, nnd that Evert Nutt is in u critical condition and will have to remain in a hospital six or eight weeks. Clyde, who was known here when he worked for .some time su the Karl Miller farm, was not badly Injured. Evert and his parents, formerly of Boone, moved recently to Fairmont, and Clyde, whn.se home is i near Fairmont. Dfttmau >*Iolsons Lose Babe— Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrenda Sr. received a message Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. Dettman Nielson, Chicago, announcing the death of an'E'fflit AttcmT Auxiliary jreet— 01 nir-of -i i^r —1 —~ 11*".., infant .son two or three days old. Mrs. Nielson was Lucy Behrends before her marriage. Lucy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends Sr., and brother Ornie, with his wife and Siebelt, left for day. Chicago Sun- Orops I'oor In'South Dakota— The Rev. Mrs. S. O. Sande and their daughter Pearl returned last Thursday from a three weeks vacation in the Dakotas and Minnesota. A niece, Ruth Osmundson, Hettinger, N. D., came with them for the winter. The Sandes found crop con- Him- Fumlly Reunion— A reunion was Pilot Knob, near held Sunday at Forest City, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rut- ledjre. who will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary this week. Mr. and Mrs. RuHedge drove to Forest City with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Decker. Mrs. Rntledge reported most of the children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren . present. The Robert Spurgeons were unable to attend. This reunion is an annual event. Bo " ne ' also Wor1cs ditions poor in South Dakota, also in parts of Minnesota. Drought and grasshoppers caused great damage. Jlrs. Charles Ui-aper In Auctilcnt— It is reported that Mrs. Charles Reaper, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. R. A. Clark, Algona, and three other women, lost a wheel from the car in which they were riding Sunday. The car was ditched west of St. Benedict and struck a huge rock. All the occupants were cut and bruised, but Mrs. Clark, who suffered the severest injuries, was taken to the Kossuth hospital in an ambulance. with the TAPERED IRONING EDGE N OW the Instant Lighting Coleman Iron ofl'ers a brand-new convenience to make your ironing easier. A "Button-Bevel" on the sole- plate. Tapered at just the right slope for easy ironing around buttons, under pleats and along seama A Coleman Iron banishes ironing day troubles . . . cuts your work one-third. Pointed heel ... no wrinkling on the back stroke. The always hot point... gracefully tapered ... slips easily into hard- to-get places. Makes and burns its own gas from regular untreated gasoline. Lights Instantly . , . just scratch a match and turn a valve. Irtu Anywhere ; . '. No cords or connecting tubes. You can iron in cool comfort anywhere. In your coolest room or on the shaded porch. Body is porcelain enameled in blue, with handle to match. Nickel plated base. . Come in and see it! NELSON HARDWARE Algona r- Phone 274 .vo Cut mi llnrbcd Stephen Jr.. 111-year-old son of Ir. and Mrs. Steve Loss, has been uffering from mi injured eye, re- eived when he was going through barbed wire -fence one day last yeek. A ragged cut an inch long vas gatihed on the lid when Stephen owered his head to go through the ence. He is wearing colored s as a protection. P!fty Attend Alii Meeting— Mrs Joseph Anderson Sr., near Buffalo Center, entertained the local Lutheran Aid at her home Friday afternoon, and 50-odd persons from here were present. Mrs. Anderson was an active Aid member before her family moved away last spring. MvCliune Hack to Scuttle- Ed McChane left last Thursday for Seattle, after a couple of months with relatives and old friends here and at other points in Towa, John Saunders accompanied him. Anilreason 15al>y Is Itaptlzod— Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason, of Ringsted, had their baby baptized at church services here Sunday. They named him James Hollis. Thresher Vlcnlc lit Nelson's— A thresher picnic was held at August Nelson's last Thursday night. Ice cream and wafers were served to 50 people. Huys Hog's ill Sioux Vnlls— Tommy Nielsen and FrJll Simpson drove to Sioux Falls Monday to bring back a carload of hog.s fo'r Tommy. The Mesdames Charles Murphy, Alfred Erdman, George Aldrich, Axel Johnson, L. L. Lease, F. A. Bonstetter, E. M." Huber, and Anthony Johnson attended a county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Bancroft last week Tuesday afternoon. Following the. business meeting, election of county officers was held. The entertaining unit served lunch. Pioneer Merchant Visits Wesley— Geovse Baker. Colorado Springs, who had visited relatives and' friends here for about threes^ weeks, left for Oconmowoc Friday evening- to visit cousins. Homer Lawson drove him to Britt, where he took the flier. Mr. Baker was Wesley's first merchant.. His wife, formerly Miss Groat, taught the first school held here in a regular public school building. Gldil'ngs Family Hiis P'cnfe— The A E. Giddings family, includ- Gid- Mrs-. De- Tex., and '.•al Biptist church shortly after she came to Iowa. Death was the Indirect result of a fall some time ago. Boy Sconfg to Okobojts — Local Bny Scouts leCt Monday for hr. Okobnjls, where Lbcy ar-a using tho. Rc-v. :B. L. Wc.ivei-'s cottage as a mesa hall, with their touts- pitched npar by. The hoys arc: Roy Bra- FOR SALE—NEW 'MAYTAG washer, electric or engine; used only as a demonstrator. Big dlscount.- See A. K. Cliff, phone G9-1. 21U48-49 HAVE US AD.DRESSOGRAPH your mailing Hat and save you tho expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25tf FOR SALE—SECOND 7-1 AND Radios for ?5 and $10; others a little more. Also two new Atwatcr Kent radios at less than half price.—See A. K. Cliff, phone 694. 30u48-49 Kiith ••or.-lon Dye, D. W. Fulls,. Bobby Haglund, Junior Hnnlfnn, Sidney Huteninson, dharles H'utchlnson; Wayne Grif- ''ith, ;-,clw. Montgomery, Kenneth Soyl'.;-^ Maurice Seylor, Gifford Smith, 'Merlin Larson. 3fino Bnrir Birrncit Down — I lightning struck the bavre on 1 the •'snn northeast of town where Mrs. s. Saturday ni^ht, o;ul not builaing but a span' of cow, several calves, some Mi.io \\Vr. '.'ii y tho horses, a. ha- ness, «:tc., were destroyed.. A Mrs. o'.iphiint, who lives in- Colo- v ndo, ov.'ns the farm. Both stock •ind barn were insured. ing Mr. and Mrs) Gordon C'. dings, Wesley, Mr. nnd Snence Bentley, the Wayne Swintons, Galesburg, I'wo-Suffer With Infections— Oran Hudson was suffering last Otlior SeiH'Csi \>\v* Vernon Jensen has been at King- Bird a week nml a half, helping- his brother George with dray work. Hauling coal has kept them busy, j (lol ' e George had another man helping! Til., held a family picnic In Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Four generation pictures were taken of W. P. Giddings, his son A. E., Mrs. Swinton, and her son Stanley. Olnf Fnnnemurks Go Fishing'— Mr. and Mrs. Olnf Fnnnemark left Fridny to spend a vacation at Alexandria Minn. They will camp out on land belonging to Mr and Mrs. Pete Anderson, and will fish at a nearby lake. Mrs. .Jorgen Skow accompanied them to Clermont, where >*he visited relatives over Sunday.. She returned by train Monday morning. • HIIH'UPNS Colloire Teacher Here— Grace Looft, teacher in Gates Commercial college, Waterloo, came Friday evening to spend a three weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft. Eiinlco Studer to bo llr'tlc— Batins were'called-for the first time at Ht. Joseph church Sunday fir Eunice Studer Wesley, and Isa- Bancroft. veek from an Infection in one finger that came'following a bruise re- eivcd in threshing. Bernadine, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Riley, recently stepped on tuck, and infection and bloodpois- oning set in. She has now recovered. Hoy Itorn to Mimrice Shocks- Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Shock, of Ames, are parents of a boy, Jewell Clement, born Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell took Mrs. Jewell Patterson to Ames to be with her daughter, Mrs. Shock. She plans to stay about two weeks. The Schocks now have two boys and one girl. Pitch Fork Pierces Foot- John Simon Jr. has been suffering with a foot pierced by a pitchfork while he was stacking straw last week Tuesday. The tine of the fork went through the shoe and entered the foot, going to the bone. Church to Resume Sunday—' Following a three weeks vacation church services and Sunday school will be resumed next Sunday at the him, there being much coal to be delivered in a short time. The 13. K. Dyes, Mason City, were -"aturduy cullers at Ralph Camp. be'I's, en route home from Denver. The R. C. Luges, of Irving-ton, spent Sunday with the Campbells. Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Lage are sisters ot Mrs. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Jackson, Perry, 'ipi-nt Sunday afternoon at Martin Yant's. Mr. Jackson is well known hire, as he was telephone operator •it Lone Roc-k before he .moved to Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Griffith and their daughters Gloria and Diana arrived Sunday to visit Mrs. Grlf- Hans regular hours; church Sunday school at 11.' at 10, and Sunday School Classes Plcnlck— The two smallest classes of the Sunday school held a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park last week Wednesday. Thirty-two attended. Ice Cream and Pie Social— An ice cream and pie social will be held this Friday evening ut the church annex. Patronage is appreciated. fith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jensen, two weeks. The Julius Bolligs drove to Al -.jona Saturday to get their daughter Camilla, who is taking a nurse's course, there but is having a week's vacation. Mrs. Forrest Chrlstenson and Mrs Jeorge Jensen, Ringsted, will entertain the local Aid at Mrs. Forrest Christensen's August 20. Mrs. Reuben Miller and her son Lloyd returned Sunday from a week ae Reinbeck, where Mrs. Miller's parents live. Perry Jensen, Fenton, spent few days last week visiting- his cousin, Teddy Jensen. Chris Nielsen is checking grave in Eagle township for Supervisoi P. J. Heiken. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Pattersoi spent the week-end visiting relative] at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Dahl, Cedar Falls visited a few days last week at Tony Other Irvington News. Mrs. Grace Tadd, De Kalb, 111., accompanied by her small daughter and a friend, visited at the J. M. Cox, Harry Sabin and other homes here Friday afternoon. They were accompanied by Mrs. Tadd's sister, Mrs. Tony Goeders, of Algona. Mrs. Tadd was formerly Grace Ashelford, and lived in Algona. The Missionary society meets next week Friday afternoon at the church, Mrs. Vern Barker . lead- The national topic Is "Missionary Mrs. P. H. Peterson visited las week at her parental home at Yen tura. Kittenball Games Won. Whlttemore, Aug. 12 — A Game boys' kittenball team and Wes Bend boys' and girls' teams playei Whittemore teams here Sunday. Th local boys won from Garner, 4-2 upsetting calculations of the visitors Whittemore also won from Wes Bend, 5~4, in a 'hard fought game The local girls gave the West Ben girls a trimming, winning by score of 12-3. , XPWS. Mrs. Peter Skow. Mr. and Mrs. HUH Skow nnd their -son, nnd Prof. nd Mrs. Marion Paulson left Fri- v nf ternoon for Worthington, T'nn.. to spend Saturday nnd Sun- ay with their sister-in-law and nnt. Mrs. SathfT, and her children. in Saturday the Silas Skows and. Ir. Paulson made a business trip •om Worthington to Naples. -S. D v lenibers of the party also visited onsin at Round Lake, Minn. i The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Bar-' lou, MSquoketa, called briefly upon riends here Friday, on their way to Burt to visit Mrs. Barslou's rela- Ives, the Ringsdorfs. • Mr. Barslou s a Congregational pastor at Ma- liioketa. • He is a Son of the late M. Barslou and his wife, who ived many years at Bancroft. Friday morning Vlggo Kiilsholni ind his two sons, accompanied by Ole Flom, left for Ludlngton, MieW.; o visit a sister of the late Mrs, , Auto AceWont Citnses Suit— O'-n n v 'Picht. through her father, is- suing' Mrs;. 'Bert "Wescott and. thfr attar's son Gordon for $250 doc• r's fe ;; and $3000 personal dam- Tges, the result of an' automobile accident last February '28, when a •:ir In which she was riding, with ~orc!on was upset. Reckless driving is charged. Trevetf Grocery Is Sold— C.. J, Applequfst, Dunnell, Minn.; has bought the Trevett Bros, store, and takes possession sometime this -'••tl:. The Applequist family consists of Mrs: App'.equtst, tln-ee boys, :in;l a girl. Mr. Appleciuist is an xperienced grocer. Svrunsnnx Home From Tonr— The Rev. and Mrs. Swanson have returned from a 3800-mile to,ur' to t'.\a Black H'.lls, the Yellowstone na- ional park, Salt Lake City, etc. Th':y stayed nights In tourists' cabins and found the accommodations satisfactory. Mil sic- Pupils Giro Recital— Twenty music pupils of Miss Moals rrave a recital at her home one day last week. Several guests were in attendance, and at the •• lose of the program refreshments wei-e served. Tivtwfoii litij-s Anderson Home— A. B. Tweeten, local hardware man, has bought the Elon Anderson home. The property is in the Dourte addition In the southwest part o: town. The property includes eigh .lots. «irls Go to Tnterliihen— •Krfie E r 'kholm .wrote recently tha she'\vas continuing a trip througl •'!ernTin\ '.urn by 'n the Dc-s Moiries schools. Kfflo ICi-Ulioliu Still Abroad— The Harrlso'n township, girls g ;;o intorlTken -this week Tuesday ,hiip rone.i by Anna Larson, the! leader, and! will be there the res : if the week. and Italy, but would re September l. She teache U/ullo Sots at Klovalors—. _ Radio t-ets.have been Installed I 'tie Quaker Oats and Farmers' ele Y'Mor offices. They are used to ol tain daily • grain market reports. MI Girls Plan Outing— ; The local 4-H girls will camp a 'he lakes next week, having rente the Rev. B. L. Weaver cotage. ; Otlmr Nwnn ntj. • Mr. and Mrs. William Warburto pf Omaha, are spending a vacatlo with the former's parents, Mr. an OR SALE — NEW SPREAIJKRS wagons, and boxes. Also a few sed spreaders and gangplows. We ill accept livestock for any of lese articles. McEnroe Bros. 24u48 ITTING IDLY 3Y WAITING FOR success will not bring It. Be up nd doing. AVrite Mankato Com- erci'al College, Mnnkato, Minn., for itsilog, 12p48 RETAIL BUSINESS FOR YOU. No capital or experience required. 'ust bo honest, industrious, own mall car:—Ward Co., Box 45!), Wiona, Minn. Estab. 185G. 25p48-49 Legals OTICE OF PROHATE OF WILL No. 3543. tate of Iowa, Kossuth counts, SR In. District Court March term, 1931. o All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to e the last Will and Testament of eorge H. Free, deceased, dated pril 2'S, 100G, having been this day led,, opened, and read, the 25th ay of August, 1931, is fixed for 'earing proof of .same at the Court [ouse in Algona, Iowa, before the iistrict Court of said Bounty or the Jlerfc of said Court;and at 10 o'clock . m. of the day above mentioned, 11 persons Interested are hereby otifled 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 de- eased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 23, 931. Seal) CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. T. P. Harrington, Attorney. 46-48 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, September erm, 1931. 3LA.IIA OLSON, Plaintiff, vs. MARTIN OLSON, Defendant. To Martin Olson, the above named Defendant: You an* hereby notified that there will be on file on or before September 11, 1931, in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named county and state, a petition' of Clara Olson, plaintiff herein, claiming of you an absolute divorce on the grounds of willful desertion for a period of over two years. Petition asks for'the custody of the two minor children. For further particulars see the petition when filed. Now, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said court to bo held at the Court House, Algona, Iowa, In said county, commencing on September 21st, 1931, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said petition. SHUMWAY & KELLY, 40-49 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Kiilaholm, and the sister's husband, the Rev. Eric Baack, pastor of Danish Lutheran church. They will )e gone a week or ten days. Sophus Nelson, Detroit, who works for the City Gas company, Is spending part of his vacation visi)> Ing his relatives, the Hansen famil.- ies, 'here. With Titonka friends, lie will go from here to Wisconsin on a fishing trip. • ';'• Mrs. Guy M. Butts drove to Plyml outh Sunday. Mrs. Wallace Bent^n accompanied her and visited he|' aunts, the Mesdames Bolsinger aijd Adams, at Clear Lake. Ruth Mary Kunz, Madison, came Sunday and will visit local r?l- atives until this week Thursday. Sbe is a daughter of the late Edwarii Kunz II. • ; '„ ] Mr. and Mrs. De Spence Bentley, Dallas, Tex., left early Monday morning for their home, fbllovving a two weeks' visit with her parents here. Rose Ormsby, who teaches near Creston, . and also keeps house for herbrotjieiVthe Rev. Father Or,ma; by, Is visiting her brother John here. Thelma Conner, Iowa Falls, visited friends here from last Thursday to Saturday. 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