Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1931
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/ "f \ I K0SSWI* COttNW ; u 1 AL06NA, >• i .1. v., <w *•?»' Vr-sws r >*» , /, .',, » -I > > N ,„<. ' T, I/" j i ^' " _ Bio om's WEEK-END GROCERY SPECIALS THURSDAY FRIDAY SAT. AND MONDAY 15c 19c 15c 19c 39c 19c 19c 69c 13c 19c 19c lOc 9c Matches, 6 boxes .— Corn Meal, yellow, 5 Ibs. Oatmeal, large pkg. Monarch Gelatin, 3 for Pblger's Coffee Bloom's B. B. Coffee Kirk's Hard Water Soap, 3 bars Cherries, red pitted No. 10 size can Catsup, large bottle Rinso, large pkg. Cliipso, large Parawax, 1 pound pkg. Cleanser, 2 tall cans . Salmon, Happy Vale tall cans, 2 cans for__ OUR STORE IS JAMMED FULL OF BARGAINS THIS >VEEK Boys' Suits for school as low as $3.95 Boys Caps 49c Boys' Shirts 49c School Shoes, all sizes. $1.49 —and they are solid leather. Fresh shipment of ladies' hats from New York this week. Nothing higher than $1.88. Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs. We always pay above market. BLOOM'S KITTEN BALL TILT WON BY FENTON GIRLS Fenton, -Sept. 20—The Fenton klt- tenball girls won the Walllngford tournament Sunday. Fenton and Graettlnger opened the tournament, and Fenton won 22-1S. The second game was between Wallingford and Ringsted and Wallingford won. Fenton and Wallingford played the final game. Both teams played airtight ball, but Fenton won 12-10. This was the first time that Fenton had played either of the two teams. This will probably be the last tournament game of the season for Fenton. Klemme, and Ellen Wolfe,'of Whit-' temore, were guests at the 'W. R/. Wolfe's Sunday.'•••', • .'''"''.' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey visited Mr. and Mrs, j; F Nellls at' the Verne Nellis home at Ringsted Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kate Newel and the Frank Bailey family spent last week Tues^ day at the Dr. A. W. Whitlow home at Swea City. John Bollinger has been seriously ill with neuralgia since last week and is under the care of Dr. S. W. Meyer. John MlckllcU, former Fenton atlv letic coach now at Lohrvllle, spent the week-end with friends here. Mrs. A. Buske, of Eagle Grove, spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Ben Mttchel. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Walte and son John visited at the O. G. Peppard home at Fairmont Sunday. W. E. Stoeber has 'been 111 at v his home since last week with lumbago Mnrgle Klelnheksel spent 'Sunday FRESHMEN ARE Methodists >amo S. S. Officers— ( The annual election of officers of | with her parents at Archer. the official hoard of the Methodist | * Sunday school was held nt the church last week Monday night, and new officers follow: General .superintendent, O. J. Stephcnson; assistant superintendent, Mrs. Carrie Volght: secretary, Edward Schlei; treasurer. Wllhert Hulldorf: pianist, Maxine Welsbrod; assistant pianist, Virginia Huskamp: librarian. Clarence Mcnz; chorister, .1. T. Snyder; junior and Intermediate superintendent. Mrs. .]. T. Snyder; primary sxi- perintcndent, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod: missionary superintendent, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. All teachers will be confirmed at the next board meeting-, and a public Installation of officers will, be held. Fivo Attend Conference Mrs. K. A. Weisbrod, Mrs. J. T. Knyrter, Mrs. It. 'C. Goetsch, Mrs. ' er Welsbrod attended the annual N. W. Towa Conference of the Methodist church at Esthervllle Friday. The afternoon program was in charge of the W. F. M. S. Devotionals were in charge of Mrs. A. A. Bishop, of Algona, president of the Algona district, and the main address was given by Mildred Glassburner, uf Yenllng, China. Quilting Hoc Held Thursday- Mrs. F. H. Eigler entertained a number of women at a quilting party last Thursday afternoon. Present were Mesdames W. E. Stoeber, L. J. Weisbrod, Emma Curry, F. P. Newel. Chris. Ruske. F. J. Weisbrod, R. C. Goetsch, H. C. Llndsey, ana William Lakin. Killtnr Observes Anniversary — Editor and .Mrs. J. A. Schwartz attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Editor and Mrs. A. L. Anderson, of Ringsted, at the opera house at Ringsted Friday evening. A short SENECA CHURCH HARVEST FEST DRAWS CROWD Seneca, Sppt. 29—The annual harvest festival was held at the Lutheran church last Sunday with a good crowd present. Interesting talks were given by the Rev. Mr. Gran- skow, president of Waldorf college and the Rev. Mr. Hjolmeland, pastor of the Armstrong and Swea City Lutheran churches. Services were held in the forenoon and afternoon and a good free lunch was served by the women of the church at noon Attend Wedding Anniversary— The Fred ,Ter.;u>n family attended the 2tlth wedding anniversary of the Leo Delperdangs, of Bancroft, last Sunday. Present were the Henry McGregors, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Chrlstenson, the Ed Jensen family and Mr. and Mrs. Will Christenson, IN T lATEOAT TONKA HIGH Tltonka, Sept. 28—Freshtneii were .nltiated Friday evening. They had to wear-at least 16 patches on .their, clothes all day Friday at school, and also had to carry large dolls to class-. The teachers found the crying dolls disturbing. In the evening the girls were forced to wear overalls or pajamas. After the .Initiation the high school played games and enjoyed a party. There are 35 freshmen this year, the largest number ever recorded In Tltonka. Tltonka Fishermen Ketnrn— Tltonklans who have been fishing In northern Minnesota for several days returned home last Thursday. The party was composed of Howard French, Lee O. Wolfe, Steven De Vrles, M. S. Craven, and William Larson. While they were In Minnesota they stopped to visit W. J. Denton and Herb Winter, who are stay- Ing there In the Interest of Herb Winter's health, and found much Improved. Ington, spent Sunday evening at the Gr'osertb'ach home. Mabie Baker, of Masoii City* Is Visiting her sister, Mrs. John Huff. Mrs. Theodore Johnson, of Rock* ford, Who formerly lived near Sexton, is Irt a serious condition, Mrs. Henry Miller went down to help care for her mother^ and Mrs. . Clayton Johnson has been there for a week helping care for her, The Aid meets this. Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Monroe Hotter, south of Wesley, , Mrs. John Harris attended a shower In honor of Caroline Andrews last week Tuesday In the Doan church with 60 present. Miss Andrews has been teaching art in Massachusetts, and will be married In the near future. Legal* him Pastor Attends Conference— The Rev. L. G. Gartner drove to Esthervllle to attend conference last week Tuesday afternoon. He returned home last Thursday morning to get Mrs. Gartner, and they returned to Esthervllle that evening. Hoys Team Defeats Grant— Titonka high school boys .won 9-3 from the Grant township team Tuesday afternoon here. program was dancing, after ,vere served. given, which followed by refreshments all of Swea City. The Fred Jensen, Ed Jensen Mesdames and Leo be- Delperdang were Christensons fore their marriages, and were raised on the home farm four miles north of Seneca. Other Titonka Netvs. A.4-H meeting was held at R. L. Kranty's Saturday, and plans were made for a 4-H party. Present were Leota Oesterreicher, Loraine F. and Fhydelis Peterson, Catherine Schram, Barbara Ball, Loraine M. Peterson, Elvina and Thelma Oppedal, and Edith Mae Budlong. Edith Budlong, employed in a Aid to Have Quilting Hoe— The Lutheran Aid will have a quilting bee in the church basement this week Thursday. The women have pieced two quilts which are to be quilted. Lunch will 'be served at noon. The Aid will have three quilts to be sold at their annual bazaar to be held this fall, in addition to a number of other articles. Hampton bank, and Hazel Budlong, teaching school in Hampton, came home to visit their mother, Mrs. J. J. Budlong, and other relatives Saturday evening. They returned Sunday evening. John Blelch drove to Mason City Saturday'to have his thumb, which is healing, cared for. Mrs. Thomas Forberger, of Wesley, who is taking treatments at Mason City, accompanied him. Mrs. Virgil Pendergast, Mrs. M. S. Craven and Beryle Boggess drove to Water Scarce In Minnesota— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wear and EASY PLEASANT WAY TO LOSE FAT How would you like to lo.se 15 pounds of fat in a month and at the same time increase your energy and improve your health? How would you like to lose your double chin and your too prominent abdomen and at the same time make your skin .so clean and clear that it will compel admiration? Get on the scales today and see how much you weigh—then get an 85 cent 'bottle of Kruschen Salts which will last you for 4 weeks. Take one half teaspoonful in a glass of hot water every morning and when you have finished the contents of this first bottle weigh yourself again. After that you'll want to walk around and say to your friends— "One!' 85" cent bottle of Kruschen Salts is worth one hundred dollars of any fat person's" money." Leading druggists America over sell Kruschen Salts—you can always get Jt at E. W. Lusby's. Teacher's Vntlier Is Dead— Mable Brandt, home economics teacher, was called to her home at State Center last Thursday by the serious illness of her father, John Brandt, of cancer of the stomach. Word was received here later of his death Saturday. Ed Olson Dies In S. 1).— Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Finnestad left Saturday for Brookin&s, S. D., after receiving word of the death of their son-in-law, Ed Olson, following a paralytic stroke. Other relatives from near Fenton attended the funeral Tuesday. daughter Myrtle, of Marshall, Minn., came Saturday evening and spent Sunday with Earl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wear, of Seneca. They report no rain and everything very dry in that part of the state. Water is so scarce there that water is allotted out to each family. Six Attend Circuit Meeting— Senecans who attended the fall LOANS $300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. Can be re paid by small equal monthly payments. Our new paymen extension plan protects YOl when sick or out of employ ment. MONEY FOR TAXES AND SCHOOL For Immediate service, call write o phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY meeting of the City circuit at Tuesday were Estherville-Forest Wallingford last Ole Johannasens, 1>atu Is Observed- Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and ,Ir. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers were ntertained at the R. N. Bruer home \t Bancroft last week Wednesday vening in honor of Mr. and Mrs, Bruer's 48th wedding anniversary. Wilfred Sloplier Completes AVork — Wilfred Stoeber, who has spent .he last several months traveling for the Northrup King Co., arrived home Sunday morning. He left Monlay morning for Minneapolis, Minn., to finish up the season's work. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall entertained relatives at dinner Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Richard John Cherlands, Mrs. Anna Osborn and Mrs. Jennie Jensen and son Vernon, and Mrs. Linus Jensen. John Suiindcrs Uetimis Home— John Saunders returned from Seattle, Wash., last Saturday evening, his parents meeting him in Algona. He has been in Seattle since he drove Ed McChane's car back about ix weeks ago. Voight and children, Esther Kenneth, of Welcome, Minn.; and Mrs ALGONA Phone Xo. 598 Representing: Federal Finance Co., Des Moljies SLEEPY FEELING AFTER MEALS DUE TO POISON A dopey, tired feeling is ALWAYS a sign that waste food matter stays too long in the bowels. It ferments and forms eras. It breeds germs. It is sure to poison heart, kidneys, brain. Adl.erika washes out BOTH upper and lower bowel. It brings out poie- ons which cause gas, nervousness and a dopey, sleepy feeling. It contains no harmful drugs. Get Adler- ika today; by tomorrow you feel the wonderful cleansing effect of this German doctor's simple remedy. B. W. Lusby, Druggist. Carrie Voight and children, Gerald and Ardls; the Art and Wm. Voight families, Mr. and Mrs. John Menz and sons Clarence and Willard. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Huldorf ant children Betty and Jimmie visitec Mrs. Hulldorf's brothers, Floyd ant Ray Gillette, at Sioux Falls, S. D. from Wednesday till Saturday. They were accompanied home by Dorothy Gillette, who will make her home with her aunt and attend the Fen ton school. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod and chil dren Hazel and Maurice, and Mrs Kate Newel and grandson Harol Newel, were entertained Sunday a the LeRoy Newel home at Hartley- Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Huskamp an Jr. and Mrs. Harley Frederick re urned last week Tuesday fron Manana, Minn., where they visite< it the Ed and Charles Arbogas lomes. I Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller spent 1 Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. G. Humphrey. Their grandson, Sidney Bruce, returned to Ringsted with them for a few days visit. Dr. and Mrs. E W Ruske are parents of a 9-lb. son, Ward William, )orn at the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday afternoon. This is the first child for the Ruskes. Mrs. Bertha Hackbarth, of near Lotts Creek, died Saturday of intestinal flu. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. E. Fiene at the Lotts Creek church Tuesday. The W. F. M. S. will meet this Trench Foot ••war* Athlttf* Foot Why suffer from the aueer akin _ causing severe Itching ot and feet, cracking, peeling akin, .era. Ring-worm, Trench Foot or id Itch, when you can avoid in- on and quickly heal your akin Dr. Nixon's Nixoderm? Based the famous English Hospital for discovered By a leading Ixm To npeclalUt. Dr. NlWs Nix- acu with amating speed, b«- thU particulw & W, Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johnson and the Alfred Hamre family, of Blue Earth, ,Iinn., and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Thompson and son, of Forest City, vere guests at the Orin Johnson lome Sunday. Herman Strueckers ,yere Sunday guests at the William Tiede home at Lu Verne. The J. W. Campbells, of Armstrong, spent Sunday at the parental Kracht home. Charlie Stroebels, of Titonka, were Sunday guests at the Lawrence Byers home, and the Elie De Rusha, of Blue Earth, visited at the Thor Brighton home. The Rev. S. O. Sande drove to Forest City Friday and brought his daughter Pearl home to spend the week-end. She returned with Prof. Granskow, president of the college, who spoke at the harvest festival Sunday. Mike Kennedy is suffering from the effects of a broken leg received when he was pulling the hay slings from the hay mow. The slings fell on his leg. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen Sr., of Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen visited at the Hans Wilberg Sr. home last week Wednesday. Mrs. Jennie Jensen and son Vernon, and Mrs. Linus Jensen, spent Saturday to Mankato. Vernon formerly attended college there. Last week Wednesday evening a play, Ten Nights in a Bar Room, vas given at a tent show in Senca. A large crowd attended. Mrs. Carl Patterson and children ipent last week-end visiting her mother, Mrs. Beck, of Mason City, vho is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuler ac- iompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wear :o the Spencer fair last week Wednesday. Camilla Bollig, who is training for nurse at the Kossuth hospital, spent Sunday evening with her parents. Despite rainy weather a large crowd attended Aid at Mrs. Ole Watertown and Parker, S. D., last Thursday morning to visit friends and relatives for several days. Mrs. R. L. Krantz entertained her bridge club last week Monday afternoon, Prizes were won by Mrs. L. B. Larson, Mrs. John Fisher, and Mrs. M. S. Craven. The Rev. L. G- Gartner will move to Rowan Wednsday, and the Rev. Mr. Squires, of Rowan, formerly of Titonlia, will move to Hornick and Holly Springs. The Harold Blinkers and Grandma Sllnker, of Indianola, were guests at the W. H. Stott home over the week-end. Harold is now employed at Indianola. . Mrs. Marie Saathoff, son Edward and daughter Jenessee, of Thompson, formerly of Titonka,' were here Sunday visiting relatives. Mrs. Emma Heifner, Mrs. Esther Askins and son Arthur visited Sunday at the Krominga and Vincent Heifner homes at Burt. The Legion meets at the hall Thursday evening to elect officers. The Auxiliary will meet next Monday for election. Nate Walsh, who is a U. S. veteran was sent to the Veterans hospital in Chicago, and was admitted there Saturday. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe entertained the woman's club last Thursday evening for the first business meeting this NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice Is .hereby given that virtue of a Special Execution directed to'me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossu'h county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 22nd day of September, 1931, in favor of The Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company, as plaintiff, and against Ellen A. Sheridan and Nicholas E. Sheridan, as defendants,' for the sum of Eight Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty-Nine and 20/100 ($8859.20) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Fifty- five and 10/100 ($155.10) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied unon the following described real property as the property of the said Ellen A. Sheridan, Nicholas E. Sheridan and Mary J. Sheridan to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Thirty-two (32) Township Ninety-Nine (99), Range Twenty-Eight (28), West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, containing 100 acres, according to U. S. survey thereof; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, on the 2Gth day of October, 1931, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, In Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 24th day of September, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Koseuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. T. V. Hart, Plaintiff's Attorney. 3-4 me World Wer mutual insurance. In America, the history of mutual insurance date* back 179 years. At that time, Benjamin Franklin and some of his neighbors founded the Philadelphia Contributionship. Today, billions of property dollars are made safe by mutual insurance— not to mention the peace of mind it brings to millions of people. \ Safety—and SAVINGS National Citittn* Mutual* lave you from iS% to 33X% on .11 tormi of Fire, Storm and Auto inturance. A** the National Citiien* agent in your tr aril* direct. \ \-tity — or urite direct. • NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS ""USXY 1' >:iHr^ rpniiJ V. ". Qw hones; Phones: Cr. D. Shuimviiy '\Uorncvs-at "' NATIONAL IMPLEMENT MUTUAL Otmtonne, Minn, CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL fed Wing, Minn. LA. BARRE & FALKENHA1NER THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY First door north'of Iowa State Bank Phone 55 T ... J. K o _„. Oft.c <)vor R . ""Ice and Jonn Gal|) Phones: Office, 310 ' Algonn ' ' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution in Attachment directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 23rd day of September, 1931, in favor of] Elmer F. Bell, as Administrator of the Estate of Charles Bell, deceased, as plaintiff, and against Edward C. Bell in rem, as defendants, for the sum of Five Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars and costs, taxed at Thirty- one and 70/100 ($31.70) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described. Real Property as the property of the said Edward C. Bell, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: An undivided two- ninths interest in Lot Nine (9) in Block Seventeen (17), Original Plat of Whittemore, Iowa, and an undivided two-ninths interest In the East Half of the Southeast Quarter (E% S. E. V 4 ) of Section Twenty-Nine (29), and the North One-half of the Southwest Quarter (N% S. W. %) of Section Twenty-eight (28), all in Township Ninety-five (95), North Used Car Bargains 1931 Ford Tudor Demonstrator ___$488 1930 Ford Tudor $345 Ford Fordor ___$275 Ford Roadster __$245 Range Thirty (30), 5th P. M., Kossuth fall. Irene Callies went to Lakota last Thursday to visit Arlene Lewis, and returned home Friday afternoon. Mrs. S. B. French and Mrs. W. F. French, of Algona, spent Sunday at the .Howard French's, Fred Wentz drove to Blue Earth Sunday and returned the same day with Mrs. Wentz. Otto Falk/ was at Webster City Saturday evening on business and visiting relatives. Mrs. Elinor Sutton, county welfare worker, was here Saturday from Algona. The Harold' Jones, of Burt, were Sunday visitors at 'Roy Budlong's. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong attended the Spencer fair last Thursday. Lucille Miller spent the week-end at Corwith. 1929 1929 1927 Chevrolet Sedan ___$75 2 Model T Trucks, pick __$65 TERMS KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— —Sales •Algona, low Phones: Physician and Sun Office In Quinby BWg,i Phone Xo. 12 ; MELVIX G." I'hyslcliin mid ,™ Office in Postofficel Phones: Office, 197; 1>H. W. !)."„.,„„_ Ostitopntlilc Plij-slclim nil Eye, Kar, Nose, and f' X-ray Office over Hub Recratii Phones: Office, 187; I) 15. 1U A. KVAXSJ For Diathermy uml Ol_ Over Borchnrdt's Drij'| Residence phone 312, i. Algona, Iowa.-: CHIROPIUCTO Dlt. Jt, ,). THISS!!| Palmer Graduate Chlrop. Thirteen year's successful! Office over State's C VETERINARY! L. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, J Phones: Office, 475-W.;r BUILDING COMB COAVAX & soil General Contractors Estimates I . Phones: Business. 639-I:-| BIACHISI West of the county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said-property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 26th day of October, 1931, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 24th day of September, 1931. « L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth Coujity, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Van Ness & Stlllman, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 3-4 Sexton week Thursday church parlors. In the Methodist Hostesses are Mrs. Wilbert Hulldorf and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod. The Afternoon bridge club held its first meeting of this year with Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod Saturday afternoon. High score was won by Mrs. A. J Krause. Gwendolyn Dorough, daughter of Mrs. Marcus Lindsey, had her ton sils and adnoids removed by Dr. S C. Klrkegaard at Ringsted Satur day. A daughter was born to Mr. anc Mrs. Richard Hengel southwest of town Saturday. The Hengels now have three children, all girls. Mrs. A. H. Meyer attended a shower in honor of her college roommate Carol Andrews, last week Tuesday afternoon at the Doan church. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mitchell, of Algona, spent Sunday at the Kenneth Stephenson home. Mrs. Mitchell 1? Mr, St^phenson's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. WoUe, Johannson's last Thursday. Mrs. Otto Kelly and boys, of Swea City, spent last Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Norland and daughter Lois May spent last Thursday at the Spencer fair.' This week Friday evening the Luther League will be entertained at Ole Johannasen's. The Misses Behrends and Lynch were entertained at a 500 party last Thursday evening. The Willing Workers will meet with Mrs. George Jenson, of Ringsted, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and children spent Sunday at Lawrence Saxton's. Lois May Norland was ill a couple of days last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith and daughter Verna May, of New Hartford, spent the week-end visiting relatives In Sexton and Wesley. The Smiths formerly lived east of Sexton. They visited Mrs. Amy Smith, and the John Millers. Mrs. Amy Smith spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Orrin Johns, near Wesley. Sunday visitors at the Charles Aman home were the Henry Aman family, of Algona, and Mrs. Aman's brother, Jay Steven, of Burt. Mrs. Harvey Steven and Will Wise drove to Estherville Friday to attend the Methodist Conference as delegates from Sexton. The Rev.'Mr. Moore, who has been pastor here and at Wesley for two years, goes to Melvin, and the Rev. J. A. McNulty, of Crystal Lake, will come to the Wesley-Sexton charge. The delegates heard Bishop Titus Lowe, of Portland. Ore., speak, and Friday evening a play, which took the whole book of Job, was given toy young people. The play lasted two hours. On Saturday the Mornlngslde choir sang six selections. Harvey Steven and sons Wilbur and Everett drove to Estherville Sunday, bringing them home in the evening. Mrs. Oscar Hammond is spending Wif*ly Linjlt.tl.rn. ferfect Wile: One Just smart to please her husband'* pride IB public, and Just dumb enough to please bis vanity, in T»t«.— Petrolt Free a few days with her mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. Pearl Steven, teacher at Rudd, spent the week-end at .her home north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman were Sunday visitors with Mr. Neuman's cousin, Mrs. Alice King, at Bancroft. Mrs. William Kirschbaum, who has been sick at the home of her son, Ollle Kirschbaum at Crystal Lake, Is improving, s«e te not yet strong enough to come and stay at their own home here, Henry w«Jws, of njeaj TO THE CREDITOKS OF THK KOSSCTH COUNTY S T A T K BANK, OP ALGONA, IOWA: You and each of you are hereby notified that the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, did on the 17th day of September, A. D. 1931, make an Order in the cause entitled L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa vs. the Kossuth County State Bank of Algona, Iowa, ordering that all claims of Depositors against the Kossuth County State Bank of Algona, Iowa, based on checking account deposits, savings deposits and deposits on time and demand certificates except certificates issued for money borrowed for said bank, be allowed as shown by the bank's books as claims of depositors without further proof thereof, which means that such claimants WILL NOT HAVE TO FILE CLAIMS. Holders of time and demand certificates of deposit must present same to the Examiner in Charge before dividend is paid thereon. That all other parties having claims against said bank or any of the funds thereof, including claims for deposits not shown by the books of the bank as stated, shall In order to have such claims allowed as claims against said bank or to participate in the distribution of the assets thereof, file said claims with the examiner in charge of said bank at the bank building In Algona, Iowa, or with the Clerk of the Dis- For Service - •* Dry Cleaning- Repairing — Relining The Old Clothes Man is disappearing, and here's the reason. People ho longer discard their clothes when they begin to lose their new appearance. They send them out to have them relined and repaired. Often just a little alteration here and there will snap them back in style right up to the minute. We do such work and we do it right. * „• Modem Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 XOKTOX MACHINE I Machinists and ffel Service Stock on| Piston Rings, Pins, and) West of Courthouse PRODUCES! SWIFT 4 COMF1] Cash Buyers .*i| Poultry, Egg§,' art 1 Matt Lamuth, »Phone 2Si, INSURAMS;! KOSSUTH ^« —•-,: INSUHANCE A8SOCI Over $15,000,000 worth«« In force. A home secure. J. 0- trict Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before the 17th day of November, 1931, and that unless said 1929 Ford Four-door 1937 Chevrolet 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1— Kodel T Ford pick-up box 3 track stake platforms, 6*8 and 6x9 feet KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 20O C. H. T-n Harre Reliable Insurances Phone 55 • . " City Property Loans, Insurance. Roll CUNNINGHAM * I 107 W. State St. claims be so filed on or before said , date they shall be forever barred as claims against said bank or any of the assets thereof or against the said I«. A, Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of Iowa, as receiver there- New anfl used Tires and A Hides, FW .8 Algona, H. W. P< Bray and Tfl Long Distance! Every loa^ against loss J- MeofaJbfJ ped to do all™ hauling and f Algona, Jo** of.' L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of Iowa, as Receiver for the Koe- euth County State Bank of Are you one of the Advance'* 3,000 SatWied SuUcribm? MIMEl

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