Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1931
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ftftOB BIT KOSStffH notfNT¥ ADVANCE AtXKWA. IOWA THURSDAY FOOTBALL St. Cecelia's vs. Fonda Academy AT ATHLETIC PARK, ALGONA Sunday, October 11 SEE A SNAPPY GAME Admission: 15c for kids, 25c high school, 40c adults Used Car Buyers It will pay you to see these cars. They are priced way below their value. 1931 Ford Tudor, demonstrator $488 1930 Ford Tudor, very good $345 1929 Ford Sedan, a real buy $275 1929 Ford Roadster $245 1927 Ford Coupe • $75 1924 Ford Tudor 1 ____$40 1926 Ford Truck $65 1929 Chevrolet Truck, good $270 TERMS KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 431 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa "Service— —Sales A Price Reduction Again? i The "Dependon" Store has again reduced the price on their various Brands and Blends of GOOD COFFEE Not a cheap one among them, but all are down 2, 3, 5 and 7 cents a pound—which means quite a saying to the consumer. New canned fish, fruits, and vegetables from all parts of the United States and foreign countries are coming in every week, and a new revised price list showing declines everywhere will likely be complete by next Monday. This refers mostly to 'RICHELIEU' and 'BABY STUART' products, the quality and dependability of which is never doubted—and sold only at Akre's Grocery Good service and four free deliveries daily should mean a good deal to all of you. PHONES 290-291 OR STEP IN AT 113 SOUTH DODGE ALGONA, IOWA BANCROFT GIRL TAKES FINAL VOWS AS NUN Bancroft, Oct. 6—Mr. and Mrs. N, B. Schlltz and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schlltz left Saturday for Slbux City to be present Monday when Sr. Mary Baptlsta took her perpetual vows In the Benedlctant Order of Nuns. Sr. Baptlnta Was Olga Schlltz, a daughter of the N. B. Schiltzes, and a sister of Arnold. She spent several weeks here this summer. B Mr. and Mrs. Clem Heler, of La Motte, visited at the N. B. Schlltz home Saturday and Sunday, and also went to Sioux City to be present for this occasion. Mrs. Heler was Prlscllla Schlltz before her marriage. Mrs. Anne McQuIrk nt Home— Mrs. R. W. Chambers and her mother, Mrs. Anne McQulrk, came Thursday from Lewlstown, Mont. The R. W. Chambers visited here several weeks this summer and her mother returned to Montana with them to visit at their home and at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Barney Hogeland. Because of her eyes going bad on her Mrs. Chambers brought her back. Mrs. Chambers will visit here several weeks and Mrs. McQulrk will stay. Mrs. McQulrk makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Guide. "Mrs. Chambers will be remembered as Edna Fuller. Return from Flsliliiff Jiuint— Tom Garry, W. A. Murray, Joe Jenks, R. E. Hutton, and Ambrose Kennedy returned Sunday from their semi-annual fishing trip at Lake Osakls, Minn. They had fine luck. John Kennedy, of Hutchlnson, Minn., and E. K. Hulterstrum, of Baraboo, Wis., were also In the party. Mr. Murray caught a northern pike that is 38 inches lonjr and he Is having it mounted. He owns and operates the Murray elevator. NeTvIywds at 'Jilafrara Falls— Mr. and Mrs. Harold WllTielml, who were married last week Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic church In Armstrong, are on a honeymoon at Niagara Falls, Washington, D. C., New York City and Warrenton, N. C. At Warrenton they will visit the oldest sister of Mr. Wllhelml. Mrs. Wilhelmi was Blanche Lunn, a daughter of Mrs. Hen IT Wiley. They will live on a farm five miles west of Bancroft. noon. Mrs. .Mouael Is president ot the Auxiliary here. Mrs. Blanch^ Beokner and daughter Grace spent Sunday with' Mrs. Beckner's sister, Mrs. J. A. Balnes, at Spirit Lake. Carl Pearson, employed at the courthouse In Algona, spent the week with his parents, the Alfred Pearsons, here. Adolph Foth returned the first of the week from Hanklnson, N. D., where he goes every year to look after his farm. Olga Elsbecker, R. N,, returned to Carroll Sunday after a visit with her parents, the Louis Elsbeckers, since Thursday. Jay Qulnn, 'of Arcadia, Is visiting his mother, Mrs, Bridget Qulnn, this week. Flossie Llchllter Is the new waitress at the Bradley cafe. SENECA COUPLE ESCAPE INJURY IN CAR CRASH Seneca, Ooc. 6 — The Albert Ulstad car was damaged Saturday night, when a reckless driver crowded them off the paving and then crashed his car Into the Ulstad car. Occupants of the two cars escaped with minor bruises and injuries. The force of the collision Jam- Party Given for Woman's 75th Birthday t Swea City, Oct. 6— Forty members of the Methodist Aid attended a surprise birthday party honor oE Mrs. Mnrj> Moats-'* tn T5th birthday September 28 at the efcttreh basement. After n short mnsfcrtl program lunch wn« served. Sirs. Moats was presented with n t»me lamp. Mrs. Lcinunl Ite*d Is I)ewt Reception Held for Weavers— An Informal reception was held Sunday morning for the Rev. and Mrs. B. Li. Weaver. Dr. A. G. Reck the udi-ess of welcome, and the meet the cars together, were badly damaged. " and both Visitors Come from a Distance— Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen, of Fenton, Saturday were hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hokenstad and daughter Aria, of Garretson. S. !>•; Mr. and. Mrs. Guy Griffith and daughters Gloria and Diane, and Sylvia Jensen, of Des Moines, and Teddy Jensen. Sunday they were dinner guests 'at the parental Hans Jensen home. The Hokenstads and Griffiths returned to their homes Sunday afternoon. 12th BfrtlNlny Is Honored— Sunday Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Jensen entertained In honor of their son Teddy's 12th birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Erdahl and children and her mother, Mrs. Jorgenson, of Blue Earth, George Jorgenson and Mrs. Ozmun and daughter, -of Leland, and Ole Jorgenson, of Rake. Attends School of Pharmacy— F. .1. Lonergan, son of the P. A. Lonergans, is attending the» Des Moines school of pharmacy. Mr. Lonergan did not expect to enter until the second semester, but a new ruling after this semester requires four years to finish while it only requires three years now. He has 'been employed in the Carmean drug store several years. Evans Carmean Is attending this school too. Mary Merrill at >"e-\v HospHal— Mary Merrill, R. N., left last week Wednesday for Aurora, 111., where she has a position as night superintendent at the St. Joseph's hospital. This is a new hospital which opened this month. Miss Merrill visited her parents, the N. J. Merrills, here for several months. -Prior to this she was employed In a hospital in Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. John Lcnihan Is Recovering— Mrs. John Lenlhan, who has been in the hospital in Rochester for several weeks, is able to leave the hospital, but has not come home yet. She has been for several months. in poor health \VTHJnr Rlchmoiuls Parents of Girl— Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Richmond, of Armstrong, are parents of an 8 Ib. girl, born last Thursday. Helen Iverson is helping with the work. Mrs. Richmond was Minola Osborn before marriage. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Blanche Beck'ner and daughter Grace, and Erma S. Gilbertson spent Thursday at Webster City. Mrs. Beckner was night operator at the telephone office at Webster City before she became manager at the local office. Mrs. G. D. Hart substituted during their absence. Grace and Erma are toll operators. Joe Sandschulte and Glenn Cowing went to Mason City Sunday to visit at the Leo Whalen. home. Mrs. Whalen Is a daughter of Mr. Sand- schulte. Mrs. Tom Garry and two children, who visited at the Whalen home all week, returned home with them. Mrs. Garry is a sister of Mrs. Whalen. Mrs. H. E. Thels and son. Dr. Frank Thels returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where they had visited since Wednesday. Mrs. Theis Is the wife of the buttermaker at the creamery and Dr. Theis Is a chiropractor and has rooms In the First National bank building. Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi and two daugh- Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and son Lyle spent the week-end with relatives in La Porte City, and at tended the cattle congress. They visited their son Neil in Charles City en route to Waterloo. They also visited another son Lester in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen Sr. of Ringsted, and Mrs. Jennie Jen sen and son Ralph spent the week end visiting relatives in Waterloo They attended the cattle congress one day while there. Mrs. Anna Osborn left Monday fo a few days with her daughter, Mrs Otto Kelly. Otto and his fathe went to Nevada, to look after som< farm interests there. Henry Rasmussen returned t Kansas City lost week Tuesday t resume his course In barbering. H came home recently to attend hi mother's funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson and daughter Betty, and Lewis Appelt and children were Sunday guests at George Jensen's at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton entertained at diner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sayers, of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson and children, of Ringsted. A large crowd attended the Willing Workers society last Saturday at the Mrs. George Jenson home in Ringsted. The Earl 'Murray family spent Weber, 8 cents per pwind, cash.— Afvln L 14<)4 COWS, frwih soon, one Hoteteln antf.one John gerbeft., t>4 red.-Phone THEPOPULAR PRICED ' studio, io photos too. Open Saturday and evening. - Qvor , Steeld's Store. lfi » tf FOR SALE — ONE dark red twovyettr-oM Shbrtliorrt bull. Price $50. A, M?. Cfenrlch.'Lti Verne, Itu4 Ql.ILT PIECES:- FAST COLORS Prints, Percales. Trlttl PacUage-- ' ' •- •-.-—.•2 5o _ postpaid. Grant's Store. Warsaw, Illinois; supply Mrs. Lemunl Reetl, former rcsl dent of Grant center, died Frldny n't. Onkdnte annltnrlum. She hnd beeiT here for six months. Funeral ser-l •Ices were held nt the Methodist: hurch nt' Swea City Tuesday .She] wutel . s survived by her husband nno | Ucntel . s for nil cars, our children. __ — ONE T\VO ._, modern nnd one part modern F".. STlTlor. examlner-frr-churgB' HOT "$10.89 FOR A heater — formerly Ford' manifold. ..3!)._amn'ble Stores. M"* 18W4 HOT* TAKEN UP — ONE STEEll calf. Owner cnn have snme by proving property and paying expenses. R. Saunders; Lone Rock. _1» DtTNOT 1 SQU'ANDETC TIME' AND 1 t - B. .' . . . union Sunday school presented the do not put off taking Weavers with a bouquet of cut lowers A Inrge crowd attended the iervlce. Other Swea City. Mrs. Henry Lsingerman and Mre. Amos Bulleii. of Bstheryllle. were guests last Thursday of Mrs. Harold Larson at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nable. * June Thomson enrolled last Thursday for a course In beauty culture at Pitzies beauty shop in Waterloo. Mrs. Samuel Warburton is visit- ng her son, AVllllam, who Is man- iger of a Kresge store in Omaha. Gilbert Engsteem drove to New- on on business last week. LOTTS GREEK PIONEER, ALGONIANS'MOTHER, DIES Whittemore, Oct. 6—Whittemore relatives and friends attended the uneral of Mrs. Fred Hackbartn, of Lotts Creek, last week Tuesday. Mrs. Hackbarth, one of the well- known citizens of Lotts Creek township, died at her home last Satur- lay after an illness of two weeks vith intestinal flu and leakage of he heart. Mr. Hackbarth died two rears ago last March. Mrs. Hackbarth is survived by four children, Louis, of Lotts Creek, Edward, of Algona, Mrs. Theo Bierstedt, Lotts reek, and Mrs. Andrew Funk, of Algona. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from the Lotts reek Lutheran church, with the Rev. E. Fiene in charge, and burial vas made in the Lotts Creek cemetery. course. Enter Mankato Commercial College, Mnnkato, Minn. __ _ 1 ' 9 J1 4 " FOR SALE — : TOMATOES 50c bu." cabbnge 2%c ».. J2 a hundred, Individual squash BOcr a dozen, a. Pool. Phone 18F4. -Half mile sontli state park. 24 T> 4 U ,-bulls from high producing dams. C T A records: Large enough for service. Will trade for corn or holf- 0 ,.,,_-C. R. Schoby, Aigona. 24p2&4 SUREBRED HAMP FOR SALE—F shire boars. Sired by Promotion Jr. and Ringmaster. Good, priced right. Raised on clean ground.— A. Butcher. Armstrong. 21p2-5 the *4tth t*. obntftlhlng • ' (28), weal of JKoiBlUh county, 180 -acres, ac- thereof; cofcftng td V.S. artd 1 • 1 \vlll proceed '16 sell said opertV'j or so much thereof as may bo neceaflafy to satisfy aald execution) with coats and accruing costa, nt public ftuotton, to the highest bidder, for cash In hand, on the 26th day of October, 1931, at the eiist door 1 of the Cottrt House In Alsoria, In kpsatith' County, Iowa, at the hour of' 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and Where due attendance will be given by the under. signed. .-'''Dated this- Wth day of SeptemWor, 1981. . L; B. HOVEY, Sheriff of KoMuth County, Iowa, By teverett L. Harris, Deputy. T. V. Hart, ' Plaintiff's Attorney. 3-4 »r SHMITFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. • Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Specfa-r ExeetrtlbTt directed 1 , to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, On a judgment rendered in said Court on tfre 1 2'4'tli day of September, 1931, In favor of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, and against Frances M. Blake 'and the East Half of the Southeast Quarter (EI% of SEVl) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Ninety-Six (96) North, Range Twenty-Eight (28) West of the Fifth P. Jr., Ivossuth county, Towa, as de- fendHnts; for the sum of Six Thousand SIX Hundred Seventy-one and 69/1'Off ($'867T.<W Dollars- and' costs, taxed" at One Hundred Twenty-eight and 37/100 (?128~.37) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described' real property as the property of the said Frances M'. Blake, in rem, to satisfy said execution, to-witr The East BUSINESSli KOSSUT1! Alsona, i ow ' /\r \r ' •the] of Mar W. B. Quarton Phones: Offic Ijiw Of Office 42 •A'Rotia, •I. I,. Att °rnfi»"at.'! '-'Li-iuf* io\vn «* i **» Off'co Phono .ico-u' 6 ** Phonos: O. D. Shumwfiy Phoned FOR SALE — A FEW NT3W AND 1 )la jf o f the Southeast_Quarter used wagons antf Boxes'left;' also -a good McCormlck corn' plotter and K ang plow.—Phone 519 or 30F12. McEnroe Bros., Algona. 2CU4 FOR SALE—QUALITY' HOLHTEIN' bulls from high producing dams; C. T. A. records. Large enough- for service. Will trade for cows or heifers.—C. R. Schoby, Algona. 1 Union FOR SALE — SEVERAL BTCAND n°w Victor adding machines at Bfirgain prices. Also lots of good rebuilt standard typewriters. Typewriter Exchange, Esthorville, Iowa. •2!l<u3-6 At Your R. Grocer Corn Flakes 2 for 19c Pork and Beans 4 for 25c Cabbage Lb., 3c Dutch Cleanser 7c Jack Sprat Baking: Chocolate 19c Jelly Powder (1 jelly mold free with each pkg.) 4 for 39c Popcorn .__ 8 Ibs, 21c 5 Ibs. Flour 21c 5 Ibs. Cornmeal 15c Canned Grapefruit 28c Toilet Paper 3 for 19c Quart Peanut Butter 48c Velveeta Cheese 19c No, 2 1-2 Jack Sprat Tomatoes 21c Kisses 2 Ibs. 19c Guaranteed Flour, 49-lb. bag 85c Prunes 2 Ibs, 25c Baking Soda 9c Fresh Grapefruit 8 for 27c Jack Sprat Blackberries 29c Onions 4 Ibs. 15c Satina 9c 1 gallon syrup 65c. Mushrooms 39c Chocolate Cream Coffee 39c 10 Ibs. dried peaches $1.35 10 Ibs. dried apricots fl.65— B. PROFITS SMALL. E. BUSINESS GREAT THAT'S THE WAY WE OPERATE We Deliver Next to Swift's Phone 245 REAP THE ADVANCE WANT ADS ters returned Monday from Irvington, where she visited her parents since Wednesday. Mrs. Wilhelmi was Doris Schlchtl before her marriage. Mr. Wilhelmi is employed at the F. J. Welp service station. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Bruer are at Minneapolis visiting their three daughters. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parks, of Minneapolis. Mrs. Parks is a niece of Mrs. Bruer, and the Parks visited here a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Droessler returned Tuesday from St. Louis, vhere they attended two games of he world series. They also visited Mrs. Droessler's brother, Leo Schiltz. Mr. Droessler Is employed at the Droessler meat market here. The Rev. Thomas D. Collins, pastor of the Methodist church at Webster City, stopped for a short visit at the Mrs. Blanche Beckner home Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Collins had attended a conference at Estherville that day. Mr, and Mrs. A. Mayer and E. H. Brink and daughter Helen returned to Waterloo Saturday after a few days visit here. Mrs. Brink is a niece of Mrs. Mayer and a daughter of Mrs. J. H. Welp. The W. J. Welp family, of Humboldt, spent Sunday at the M. A. Saunders and Mrs. J. H. Welp homes. Mrs. Welp was Mable Saunders before her marriage. Joe Eich and Edward Berens returned to Jollet, 111., last week Tuesday after a. few days visit with relatives here. Edward visited his grandparents, the Peter Berens. Dr. E. A. Howe and his assistant, Charles Stauder, are busy vaccinating pigs for cholera. This epidemic is rather serious In this community. Marion McGuire spent the weekend with her friend, Mrs. Doris Mc- Qee, at Blue Earth. Miss McGuire is employed in the postofflce here. Albin Menke. son of the J. F. Menkes, returned Thursday' from Chicago, where he attended an electrical school for several weeks. The Matt Werdella are at Carroll this week visiting their son George and family. George l» the cashier in a 'bank at Carroll. The Legion Auxiliary met with Sunday with Earl's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, at Buffalo Cen ter. Mrs. Anna Osborn and Mrs. nie Jensen spent two days last week with their aunt, Carrie Thompson, in Swea City. Mrs. j. M. Jensen, of Ringsted, will entertain the Lutheran Aid next week Thursday. The Luther League met at . the Ole johannasen home Friday night. The P.-T. A. in Dist. No. 4 will hold its first meeting of this school year Friday evening at the schoolhouse. Theodore Thompson and Gertrude Sage are president and secretary. Rudolph Will was .recently elected meter reader for the Cresco-Unlon Electric company. The threshing run, of which Frank Hofius is manager, held its annual settling-up meeting at the Hofius home Friday evening. The families attended and a. social time with refreshments followed the -business. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchot and daughter Jean Marie were at Boone two weeks ago Sunday attending a Hutchinson reunion at McHose park. Mrs. Sarchet was Mary Hutchlnson before her marriage. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs, D. L. Hutchlnson, formerly farmed in this township but now live In Washington, D. C. Fifty-five people attended the reunion. The Busy Bee club held its annual election of officers Friday at Mrs. Mary Sarchet's. Officers are: president, Mrs. Bertha Sarchet; vice president, Mrs. Rose Bahling; secretary-treasurer, Esther Bahling, and Mrs. Eunice Riebhoff, assistant. The next meeting will be with the new president. Ernest Phillips, tester for Kossuth cow test association No. 1, went to Waterloo last Thursday to attend the Cattle Congress. He also visited at Cedar Falls, where his brother is a member of the teaching staff of Iowa State Teachers college Mr. Phillips returned Saturday. Mrs. Presley Sarchet spent two CHANCE OF LIFETIME—Reliable' man wanted to call on Kossuth farmers. Wonderful opportunity. Make $8 to $20 daily. No experience or capital needed'.—Write McNesd Company. Dept. L, Freeport,_nV/_ p4 FOR~SALlir—"TW6~USBD power cornpickers in very good conrti tion. McCormick-Dccrlng and John Deere, Rood price and terms. SWea City Implement Co., Swea City, la. '2Tu4tC FOIl SALE—SPOTTED~~POLAND China bred sows., and', some long, heavy-boned boar pigs now weighing 200 Ibs. or better. Anton Vammen, Ringsted, Iowa, farm located 5 miles north, 1 mile west of Fenton. of SE-%) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Ninety-Six (96) North, Range Twentj^elght (28) West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth 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 nt public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 28th day of October, 1931, at the east door- of the Courthouse In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa.,, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when 1 and' where' due attendance win be given by the- undersigned 1 .. Dated this 2Sth day of September,. 1931. L. E. HOVET, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. . By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Penningroth & Holmes-, Plai'ntiH'a- Attorney.. 4-5 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice Is hereby given that by vlr- Atthe TMiysloliins ami Office over Koxall -vr T T- Offlce ' )h °ne 300 M. .1. KeneficU, M. D «I. N. Koneflck, M. D.' ,„. A]g Phones: WAI/I Physician amlTurgewrl Office in Qulnhy Bldg. El Phone No. 12 Office on South DoJg ""«<=• Office, 606; re Algona, Iowa JIEM'I.V o. Pliysrcliin and Snnrm'' Office In PDstofflce 1 Phones: Office, 197; rei DR. W. 1). Osteopntrilc Plijslclnn and | Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thm X-my Office over Hub Recreation! Phones: Office, 187; reslin YOU'LL NEVT3K KNOW THE difference 'till you hear and see the new Coronado super-heterodyne. Then you'll know it—and you'll save money—8 tu-bes—with pentode—HI- Mu and automatic volume control. $5.00 down.—Gamble Stores. 36-4 NO NEED TO BE IDLE—Any energetic man can sell Ward's-Established Household and Farm Necessities of proven merit and _ enjoy a year around steadily Increasing 'business. Must own car. Write immediately to Dr. Ward's , Medical Co., Winona, Minn. Established 1856. 42p4-7 Sexton weeks In September at Algona caring for her daughter, Mrs. Olaf Romstad and the latter's new son. Legals IN EQUITY NO. 12383. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOU AUTHORITY TO MAKE COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT WITH SEBASTIAN KRAMEll AND ELIZAHETH KRAMER. In the District Court of Iowa, lii and for Koasuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, of Algona, tue'of a Special Execution In tnchment directed to me from .CTerlt 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 R Bell, as Administrator of the Estate of Charles Bell, deceased, as plaintiff* and against Edward C. Bell fn rem, as defendants, for the sum of Frve- Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars and costs, taxed at Thirty- one and TO/100 ($31.70) Dollars 'and accruing costs, I have levied upon 'the following' describe^ 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 (EV4 S. E. Yi) 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 Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth 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 20th day of October, 1931, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, 1n Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said DK. 11. A. EVAXS, M.I For mnthorm? nml Obst Over Borchardt's Drug !.... Residence phone 312, offlaj Iowa. CHIROPRACTORS! DR. R. ,1. THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chlropra Thirteen year's successful Office over State's Cafe'l VETERINARY _! I-. M". FOX Veterinarian West State Street, A Phones: Office. 475-W.; BUILDING CONTRAC COWAN & SOX General Contractors Estimates Fun Phonos: Riipinpw. M MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WOII Machinists and Weldwj Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pina, and I West of Courthouse PRODUCE L. j, The Rev. C. McNulty, new pastor here, delivered his first sermon Sunday morning. A farewell party was given the Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Moore at the H. Steven home last week Wednesday evening. There were 25 present. Ice cream, cake, and sandwiches were served after games had been played. The Moores were presented with a glass water set. The Moores go to Uelvin. Sunday visitors at Joltn Miller's were the Clayton Johnsons, Wesley, Mrs. Alec Miller and children, Lu Verne, and the John Ramers. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Monday at Rockford visiting Mrs. Theodore Johnson, who has been bedfast for some time. The Johnson's formerly lived here. Mrs. Henry Miller is with her mother this week. Mrs. Johnson was reported a little improved. Minnie Kutschara Is employed at a farm home near Burt for a few weeks. The Lon Gouges visited relatives at Corwlth last Thursday. Mr. and Mr»- Hallard Snyder, north of town, are parents of «• boy born Sunday at their home. This is the sixth child, five boys and a girl. Mrs. Oscar Hammond,' of Wesley, spent last week with 'her mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, west of Sexton. Francis McMahon went to Pea Moines Monday for a medical exam, ination at a clinic. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield is sick this week. The Orvllle Hedricks, and niece Margaret Hedrtck, of Mason City, spent Sunday at L,u Verae with the The Romstads now have five children. The Mothers and Daughters club was well represented Tuesday at a county Federation meeting at the Algona Country club. The four rural clubs near Algona and the W. C. T. U. were hostesses. Mrs. F. S. Thompson accompanied a chorus of ten made up of two voices from each hostess club. Mesdames W. J. Bourne and Mark Sarchet represented this club. Mr, and Mrs. Bert Speth and son returned to Heron Lake, Minn., Monday, after a week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt. The Alts and Speths spent Sunday at Lakota at Albert Wibben's. Mrs. Wlbben was Esther Alt before her marriage. Harry Alt, employed at Ross Calhoun's, was at Lakota also. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will spent Saturday and Sunday at Jackson, Minn., with the Julius Miller's, relatives of Mr. Will. En route home Sunday they visited a brother-in- law, Lawrence Rassmussen, at Spirit Lake. While the Rudolph Wills were away from home two Iowa, Defendant. To All Persons Interested In the Receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: 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 Application of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to make a compromise settlement with Sebastian Kramer and Elizabeth Kramer, his wife, according to the terms and conditions set out in said Application, to which you are referred for further particulars. 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 County, Iowa. By Everett I* Harris, Deputy. Van Ness & Stlllman, Plaintiff's Attorneys, 3-4 SWIFT & COMPAMI Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, and H Matt Lamuth, M§r, Phone 264. INSURANCE KOSSUTH OOUNTV" INSUHANCE ASSOCIW Over $15,000,000 wortlMrt in force, secure. THE A home company.; J. 0. Paxson, TO THE CREDITORS OF THE You are further notified that the hearing on said application will be had at the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa, on the 15th day of October, A. D. 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 authorizing said compromise settlement. L. A. ANDREW. Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, of Algona, Iowa. By R. H. MILLER, Examiner in Charge. 4 C. H. la Bnrre AIM Reliable Insurance i Phone 55 City Property Loans. Insurance. RM CUNNINGHAM i 107 W. State St. Faro... weeks ago someone picked the apples from two trees in the dooryard. Want Ad* f ueeday after- WttUan* H*dr<ckf MODERN BUNGALOW FOR Rent. Call J. M. Herbst. 7u4 FOR RENT— SEVERAL FARMS for 1932 Aetna Life Ins. Co. 10u3 FOR RENT — FURNISHED room,Mrs. J. J. Dooley. phone «UKW. _ __ _ 9p* POLLED SHORTHORN Pure-br«d bull for sale cheap..— E. J. Widen, Corwith Wp 1-2-3-4 FOR RENT — SEVEN ROOM modern apartment and farage. J. B. Worden. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuih county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in paid 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 (18859.20) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Fifty- five and 10/100 (1155.10) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property |8 th« property of the said Ellen A, Sheridan, Nicholas E. Sheridan and Wary J. Sheridan to satisfy saw execution, to-wjt: The Northwest KOSSUTH COUNTY BANK, OF ALGOKA, 10VTA i 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 Al- guna, 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 ii* charge pi Sftld bank at the bank building in Algona, Iowa, or wKh. ttteCterk o* tM«W«* trlct Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before the )7(b day #f November, mi, and that «»!*« New and used Auto * Tires and Accessorial Hides, Fur and H.W.POS Dray and Tr»»sl«| Long Distance Every load loss hauling and PHONE Algona, IP«.| MIMEOG8* claims be so filed on or before said date they aoaU be torever bj»rrefl as claims against «aM bank or any pf the assets thereof or against the »aVi L. A, ** Batxklng o j Iowa, as t^Ay^e Jhere- 1U 4* ANWSBW, _ . • St a,,*.jLA J,

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