Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1931
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PAGE SIT . KOB8UTH COttNTY AtlVANCB. ALOOttA, Pay $5 for a new Fall hat? By no means! Your last season's hat may be soiled, and out of shape, but our cleaning and blocking will transform it into a brand new hat for $1. Let's demonstrate to you. Elk Cleaners & Tailors Phone 330 Corner Dodge and Call Streets. OLD SETTLERS OF LU VERNE ATTEND PICNIC Lu Verne, Sept. 1—The Old Settlers' reunion and picnic held annually at GoldtlcHl Is always a time when old acquaintances and frlndships are renewed, and Lu Verne people attend it regularly. At this year's picnic, held last Friday, the following from Lu Verne were in attndanci" Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legler, the Pete Madsens, the Albert Schlpulls, the Irvln Chnpmans, the M. Lowmlllers, the Henry Kublys, and Emll Anderson. Three Aro Honored by tittiitue— The Epworth League gave a \\-ciner roast last week Tuesday •-venlng at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Steussy in honor oC Alice Ellis, who left last week to enter a Chicago business college, Lela Godfrey, who will soon leave to take a nurses training course at the university hospital at Iowa City, and Bernlce Scrlbner, who will enter a hospital at Fort Dodge. Mure than 00 young people attended. The evening was spent in games and music, with the weln- er roast at tho conclusion. THREE LOHS GREEK GIRLS BACK AFTER 9000-MILE DRIVE Lotts Creek, Sept. Hi—The Misses Nettle Welsbrod, Mathilda Kresstn, and Mnrgle Klelnheksel returned recently from an Interesting trip. They left June 12 from Fenton In a Chevrolet coupe, going to Omaha. The next stop was Wichita, Kan., where the Arkansas river was crossed. Gas cost only 9.8 cents there. The paved roads were excellent, for It was dry, and dust on graveled roads was noticeable. They then went to Oklahoma City. Oklahoma was especially enjoyed because of the hundreds and hundreds of. oil wells. Crops' looked good all the way but In the south are about a month ahead of Kossuth. Amarlllo, Texas, was the next stop. Buildings In Texns are rather low, and not many trees could be seen. They drove for miles and miles without seeing any houses" or people. Large sheep ranches wera noticed! The girls stopped along the road and took pictures of the different cactuses grown in this state. The roads were good, but there was no M O L S, G, SANKEY, IRVINGTOfl, SES COUSIN son of Masterstroke, Grand Champion; is 4 years old. — F ™ nl * •*; Oronbach, Lu Verne.... 16Poi J S2 IP YOU WANT TO INCRBASfi your earning power, learn how'by writing Mankato , Commercial ™'- lege, Mtthkato, Minn. Col- " Irvlngton, Sept. 1— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlley, accompanied toy Mrs. Chales Sankey, drove to Eagle Grove Sunday. The Rlleys returned the same day, but Mrs. Sankey remained to attend the funeral of her cousin, George Scott, who was burled Monday afternoon. She expects to remain for several days. Mr. Scott was 58 years old and died of can. He was a well driller, but had been unable to work for several yeavs. He leaves his wife and a 17-year-old son. Visit Knlns Left by Tornndo— The Austin Summers family drove to Clear Lake Sunday to attend the funeral services of Donald Henrlk- sen, 6, who died of Infection In one arm. Donald was a twin and up to within a few days of his death was HAVE US ADDRfiSSOQRAPH your mailing list and save you the «• pense and drudgery ot typing. Our addresses cannot be told from type, writing.—Advance. ZBtr paving. At Rosswell, N. M. the girls had It's Our County and Our Fair We're all interested in the past progress and future prospects of Kossuth county, because we and our neighbors are responsible for it. September 7th to llth at the County fair, we'll have a chance to see what Kossuth county has produced in the past year, and to renew our faith in its future possibilities. LET'S ALL BE THERE. Make our bank your in-town meeting place. We have lots of room and you will be welcome. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA The banks of Aigona will close at noon on September 8-9-10-11. Lu VWno TParlK'rs' Vacations End A group of Lu Verne young people assumed their duties as teachers last Monday and others will next Monday. The following are some of them; Fritz Marty, Cloquet, Minn.; Dolores Woito, Onawa; Harold Wolto, Lawton; Blda Tiede, Detroit, Mich.; Walter Riddle, Gurley, Neb.; Nadlne Daggy, Kanawha; Esther Frltxemeir, Leana. 111.; Milton Woltii, Bancroft; Myrtle Jordan, Lakotn. 15 Attend Good Will Club— The Good Will club held an enjoyable meeting at the home of Mrs. George Wolfe last week Thursday with Mrs. Bert Sankey as assistant hostess. Fifteen members and eight visitors were present. The afternoon was spent visiting and lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be September*!? with Mrs. Herman Meiers and Mrs. H. T. Blumer hostesses. _] _ McCORMICK-DEEH- TngTsorn picker, Ford attachment, In good running order. Would trade for young cattle.—Frank A. Groti- bach T,u Verne. aipol^ FOR RENT - HALF-SECTION farm near Whtttemore. Tenant must have stock and machinery, clear from encumbrance, and help enough to operate farm.—Call Ad vance. Mrs. Frank Nicmler Is Dead— Friends of Frank NIemier, Fort Dodge, were sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Niemiers, who died la?t week Monday at a. hqs- pltal at Marshalltown after an illness of several months. Mr. Niemier lived near Lu Verne till a few years ago. a swim in the Pecos river, and saw the Carlsbad cavern, supposed to be the largest cave In the world. A trip covers seven and a. half miles. It Is lighted electrically. It is 750 feet high and 62'5 feet across. It took the girls from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. to walk through. There were '500 in the party. This cave was discovered in IflOl, explored in 1923, and the ' government opened it to the public In UU2G. Will Rogers said, "It Is the Grand Canyon with a cover over it, and all the cathedrals in the world assembled together." From El. Paso, the girls crossed into Jaurez, Mexico for a few hours. They crossed Signal Peak, 10,000 ft. high, in Texas. At some places in Texas there are open wells, necessitated by scarcity of water. They crossed the Arizona deserts, both mountainous and level. In Nevada" the girls saw the Colorado river, low and muddy, in the morning, and the sunrise was beautiful on the water. The girls visited many of the beaches in California, spent three of days at Long Beach, took the trip to Catalina Island and also In the gloss-bottom boat. They were In Pasadena, San Francisco. Berkeley, Santn Cruz, and the beautiful "Redwoods" and Yiisemite natloral park. Portland is described as a beautl In good health. Physicians could ind or scratch from which the Infection could have started. They believe that the Infection must have started from an Internal source. Mr. and. Mrs. Summers also drove out to view the wreckage caused by the recent tornado. Dinner Honors Daughters— Mrs. V. J. Schichtl entertained at a B o'clock dinner in honor of her daughters, Mrs. Clifford"Schrader, of Milwaukee, and Mrs. Roy Blythe, of Chicago, who are visiting here. Guests were Mrs. Vernon Robleon, and Mrs. L. Schichtl, of Aigona; Mrs. Joe "Wllhelmi, of Bancroft, and Mrs. K. P. Roney, and Mrs. August Robison, and Mrs. Harry Sabln, also invited, were unable to attend. AW Plans December Bazaar— The Aid met last Thursday at the church. Eleven members and five visitors attended. Plans for the bazaar, which will be held early In December, were made. The collection totaled $2.65. Mesdames Frank SELL YOUR INVENTION OR patent by exhibiting your molol or drawing at the Second Intel national Patent Exposition, Sept. 14 to 27, Chicago. Thousands of manufacturers and patent buyers will Inspect new devices and patents for marketing. Rates $1 per day for 114 days, entitling you to 14 feet. If you have no model, draw- Ing or description will do. Send for free pamphlet If you have time. If not, send $14 with descriptions and drawings and we will. '.ook after your patent Interests. B. Hamilton Edison, Managing Director, International Patent Exposition, Merchandise Mart, Chicago. the hearing on iiald application 1 will be bad at the Courthouse In Aigona, Iowa, .on Ahe JOth day of September, A. t). 1931, at two o'clock p. m., of said day, at which time you may appear and show cause, If any you have, why an Order should not be entered approving said compromise settlement. L, A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, of Aigona, Iowa. "•onrtcrctl (of against .Tamos w . UTS: "^ «I By R. H. MILLER, Examiner in Charge. 51 NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SALE— United States of America, Northern District .of Iowa, SB; Public notice Is hereby given, that by virtuts of a. writ of Fieri Facias (or execution), dated August 17, A. D. 1931, issued out of the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Iowa on a judgment for $17,473.50 principal, Interest at 8%, $214.73 attorney's fees, $24.60 costs, Iowa, Township lt: ThH, nf Stciio, more or i cit two o'clock p door of the Court' of Alcana, In Dnteil, Fart A. D. 1MI. '(own; uty. I Million neys. * >^7' nt ^ M. Kellchcr, i * Unnnn, Legals ful city, and fruit and vegetables in At Misbach's The New Store! The Rev. I>. Lang Returns— The Rev. D. Lang returned last week after having spent two weeks at Cedar Falls attending a Bible conference conducted by the Evangelical church. The Langs have thefr own cottage in the conference park. Two Families Back from Tours:— The James Cliristerison and John Voss families returned the last of last week from a month's tour of the east. The Ralph Davidsons concluded a three weeks visit in Illinois Saturday. Four Attend State Fair— Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey attended the state fair at Des Moines ast week. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson spent several days at Des Moines and Granger. Other Lu \orne News. Nadlne Daggy returned last week from Cedar aFlls, where she had jeen attending summer school. She' left Monday to begin- teaching a> rural school southeast of Kanawha. Mrs. Laura Starr is at the home of her mother, Mrs. D. Stauffacher, recovering from a serious operation performed recently at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink and' Allen, and Mr. Brink's mother, Mrs. Josie Brink, of Renwlck, visited' last week with the W. J. Lee family of Morris, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Eggerth> and daughter, of Brooklyn, N>. Y., called' on old time friends here last week Wednesday. They lived here some time ago. The Phil Lichty family left last Thursday for Des Moines, where they will camp at the state fair grounds, and attend the fair several Oregon and AVashington wer; derful. The open markets were noted. The girls crossed the Columbia river into Seattle, spending a couple of days, and saw snow on Mt. Rainier, and Mt. Boker. They visited the locks in Seattle and saw them open and close to let the ships through. They crossed the border, and went into West Minster and Vancouver, Dltsworth and Earl Miller were hostesses. Nobraskans Spend Day Here— Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Dutton, Broken Bow, Neb., and daughter Bertha, of Lincoln, were dinner guests last week Thursday evening at the M. de L. Parsons home. The Duttons are spending a few weeks with relatives and friends in Algontt. Gelpcls Home from Black Hills- Mr, and Mrs. Fred 1 Gelgel arrived home late last week after a several days jaunt to the Black Hills, where they visited many of the points of interest. They were accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Parks. 20 Attending Irvlnifton School— The Irvington school opened this week Monday with 20 pupils. Pauline Black is teacher. Much repair- IN EQUITY NO. 12383. NOTICE OF APPLICATION AUTHORITY TO MAKE COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT WITH JOSEPH STEIL JR. In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, VB. County Savings Bank, of Aigona, Iowa, Defendant. To All Persons Interested In the Receivership of the County Savings Bank, Aigona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: • / You are hereby notified that on or before the 2nd day of September, A. D. 1931, there will be on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the Application of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Aigona, Iowa, asking that he be authoried to make a compromise settlement with Joseph Steil Jr., of Aigona, Iowa, upon the terms and conditions set out in said Application, to which you are re- erred for further particulars. You are further notified that British Columbia. Leaving Washington the, girls crossed Idaho to Butte, Mont., where they went down into a 2SOO ft. copper mine, and visited the Anaconda's smelter, where copper is refined in huge furnaces. They spent a week in Yellowstone park, where the bears were quite active-. . They stopped for the (Days of '7C) celebration at Deadwood, S. D., where men and boys grew long beard's and mustaches for this spe ci'al day. The best rooking face of hair drew a prize. They enjoyed the Black Hills very much. Crops 1n Dakota have been ruined by grass ing is to be done on the play ground and.some new equipment purchased Other Irvington News. Lucille Dole spent last week visit- Ing at the Bob Loss home In Ai- gona. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton of Aigona, were Sunday visitors a he Fred Dole home.' Helen Johnson, who has- been at tending school at Minneapolis fo several weeks, returned home on day last week and has taken rap her school duties hoppers' and drought. They watched tire •workmen on Want Ad* When You Come to County Fai Do not fail to visit the large Farm] chinery exhibit east of Floral Hall JOHN DEERE TRACTORS LETZ FEED GRINDERS JOHN DEERE SINGLE AND TWO-ROW CORN PICKERS In fact the most complete line of I) Deere Machinery ever shown att County Fair. You Will Be Welcome M. M. MORROW ALGONA DEALER Something New and Decidedly Differ is HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT. Call Advance. Tp511 SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT.— Mrs. P. W. Green. Ttt47tf| SLEEPING ROOMS FOE; RENT. Close In. Phone 532. 10p51-52 MODEL T FORD COUPE FOR sale.—-\y. C. Danson. 8p91-32| Mt. Kusnmore fn the Black Hills carvine the faces of Washington and Lincoln, and stopped at Yank ton, saw WNAX, and took In a wa termelon- celebration. They also saw the gold mine at Deadwood. The last stop was at Spencer thence home to Fen-ton, after cover Ing 9000 miles. The girls' only wis] was that they could have kept on = —- travemig to see the eastern states SCHOOL GIRL _ this summer. ' *or room and board'.-Phone 28F3. I 10p50-51 Other Lotts Creek. FOR RENT — HOUSET. AT wirftte- Elenora Pompe and Mr. and Mrs. I more. Garage. — Call Advance.| USED COLE'S HOT BLAST heat- Ing store for sale.—Advance, tf| days. Mr. and Mrs. Ehglecws, of Grundy Center, and the George Brownlewees, of Clarion-, were callers at the B. Jones home Saturday. Alice Wolfe spent last week at the parental Fred Wolfe hom«. She is tagin a nurse's training course at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jenson and Helen Peterson, of Racfne, Wls., are visiting friends here. Mrs. Jenson was formerly Esther Peterson. Mrs. William Kraft and sons Howard and Roger, of Chicago, spent last week at the home of Mrs. Kraft's sister, Mrs. Ray Stone. The William Zentners had as guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Stew- Walter Ohm, of Fenton, drove toj Maquofteta Saturday. Gladys Saunders, who lives In Maquoketa, accompanied them hack. She return 8P51 LOST — U. S. TIRE, TUBE, AND rim, 500-10. Reward'.—Gi. C. Hanna Lone Rock. t«p51| ~ —...j , . — . jjujjy JTVU»jiv, *«$•!»•. ed Monday and wfll teach again In pQR SALE _ WE AE,THT APPLES, 50c bu.—Martin I ton, phone 27F22. Beafcer, Irving- Ilp50-51 Correctfonvflle. Mr. and Mrs. Huenhold, of Ai- gona.. and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Gus Mindu-i___ — mends and son and daughter, from FOR RENT — 2, 3, or 4 MODERN Oklahoma, who are vialtlng at the housekeeping rooms: right, heat, Huenhold home In Aigona, were water. Call 748-W.. Lotts Creek callers Sunday. WANTED — SCHOOL GIRLS TO The Alex Radlg school, where room and board. • Terms reason Adrian Peterson Is teaching, ihas able. Phone 392-W. Iln.51 been rmodeled during vacation. Mr. pQ R RENT MODERN furnished I Genrtch, of Lone Rock, did the 3. roO m apartment for light house- painting. I keeping. Phone «g-W. (llT*ol| art Foley, of Winterset, and Ralph Myers, of Pocahontas. the go ahe ALL THE NEW ONES For College and School. Can't show anything older than back to May 10 this year. THE NEW SUITS Brown Novelties, Bergundy Fancies, Cambridge and Pewter Grays, and all the new Blues. In fact as up- to-date as any city, and at the new prices. BOSTONIAN SHOES, $5.85 to «8.50 Schoble Hats, one of the world's acknowledged finest, now $5.00 up. Phoenix Sox, regular or garterless. Everything you need for day or night wear in only the newest. And luggage to carry it in. AT THE NEW LOW PBICES Misboch Clothing Co. Successors to Kre«>Jffe*acli J3o, The Lloyd Zentners and Chris Gronbachs visited at the Carl Knudsen home at Charts City Sunday. Geisicker Bros, took a load of pure-bred cattle to Des Moines last week for exhibition at the state fair. Mrs. A. J. Eason returned Sunday after having spent a week at the home of her mother at Orange City. Jake and Hnry Friday, of Mon-| oe, Wis., visited at the Fred Legler and Henry Kubly homes. Geo. Engle has been ill with stom- ch trouble, and Mrs. Marx Sch- wyter has been on the sick list. The William Miller family spent ast week visiting relatives at Madson, S. D., and Flasher, N. D. James WHdner, of Chicago, left Saturday for his home after a visit at the W. S. Hunt home. Mrs. Basil Koob and children, of LaForge, Wis., are visiting her sis- er, Mrs. Arthur Dimler. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips, of Gait, spent Sunday at the Harold and L. F. Phillips homes. Marjorie Davis, of Iowa City, is spending the week with her sister Burdette Agaard. Mr. and Mrs. John Holrlck visited . their daughter, Mrs. William Hoepner, last week. The" Arthur Hots were the guests of relatives at Cedar Falls a week ago Sunday. The Glen Godfreys, of Fort Dodge, spent last week with relatives in Lu Verne. Dr. a,nd Mrs. Williams ai\d the S3- mer Greens drove to HollandaJe home last week. Derald Don Dreyer, Fenton, was also a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke, i the farm. Able to manage and do own cooking. Call of I Advance^ 18p51 Whittemore, and Mrs. F. A. Ma- FOR SALE-SHORTHORN BULL.j Rock, visited at I cumber, of Lone . the A. Kressln home Sunday. A number of Lotts Creekers attended a klttenball game at Fenton Sunday. Aigona was defeated 19-8 by Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke, .of Whittemore, visited at the Albert Kressln and Frank Pompe homes Sunday. Mrs. Otto Llesner Is recovering from an operation performed in Esthervllle last week Monday. Erich Seegebarth, attending Mankato college, left Monday to attend the business school. The Parochial school and Dlst. No. l school of Lotts Creek, started last Monday. Fred Radig, barber in Chicago, is visiting at the Alex Radlg home. Mrs. E. Fiene, who has been in Rochester, came home Friday. PHEASANTS Alo'lN FIGHT ON GRASSHOPPERS HERE Pheasants are aiding in the fight against grasshoppers, Game Warden Ross Moses, of Emmetsburg, reported to the Ringsted Dispatch. Several pheasants killed by hunters nabbed by the game warden were found tp have crops full ot th* Hop pers. . Coming to Algol Friday and Saturday! September A and 5 The BASKE FOODSTO Located in the Chrischilles Building What a pleasure it is to invite you to our opening Friday andSaturday,*! a food store will greet you. Every effort baa been exhausted to nW ^J the finest, the most convenient, the most economical place to trade m*ia You will find a new, clean, complete stock of foods. Prices will be most reasonable. • New Fresh Stock From Fact< --To-Ua-To You Anxious to provide our new friends with the finest quality foods to have, after careful consideration, decided to stock a complete lin e highest quality, nationally advertised Monarch Foods We buy these foods direct from the manufacturer. There is no gjj» purchasing, for Monarch display jars allow you to see the content BEFORE you buy. Many Special Prices Not Listed on ti*l DELICIOUS HOT MONARCH COFFEE SERVED FREEWJ OF COURSE WE SELL FOR CASH TO BOOST THE BIG KOSSCTH FAIE out Wednesday and Thursday Afternoons. We hope that everyon will attend the fair, as i shows Iowa's prosperity i spite of the depression. FARMERS ELEVATOR CD BANANAS Solid Yellow Fruit Per Doz. 13<s 10 Ban 25 Cash Paid for , Drive up Front or 8wsk~toot- We'll m A • i ~ i __d^^l

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