Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 5, 1931
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*V»"" r 1 >.•*,'u I'f^" 6 *' < l &* ii-K ^ at*, ^^''t-^f'.f^^W • '' ^Vl» SURPRISE FOR WESLEYAN IS GIVEN BY AID Wesley, Nov. 3 — The birthday party for Grandma Turgeson at the church last week Wednesday afternoon was a successful surprise, and Mrs. Turgeson was Inexpressibly pleased and touched. It was held t connection with an Aid meeting, d 30 women attended. An angel>d birthday cake had been pre- red by Mrs. Haynes, and it was decorated With yellow candles form- Ing the figures 87. A special table for Mrs. Turgeson and her close friends was decorated In yellow and white." The Mesdames Hugh Mc- Cutchln and Anna Kunz, contemporaries of Mrs. Turgeson, were among the guests. Two tables were tilled besides that of the guest of honor. Home Economics Class fcntortalns— Miss Conrad and her home eco nomlcs girls entertained ^he faculty board members and wives at the achoolhouse- last Thursday evening The following menu was served buf let style: fruit salad, meat loaf sweet potatoes, creamed potatoes, stuffed celery, pineapple sherbet dessert, consisting of ginger cookies with whippet! cream, coffee. Hal loween decorations were used, am the entertainment consisted ot card games and the reading of fortunes Nineteen persons attended. 8eron Attend Church Meeting- Members of the Congregatlona church who attended the county Sunday school convention at Fenton last week Tuesday are Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow and Joseph, Mrs. Henry Funnemark and Alma, Mrs. Ole Flom and Anna. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and Alma Funnemark were delegates from this Sunday school. Reports were given Sunday morning. Regular bi-monthly church Visit With relatives. H« will probably remain moat ot tfie *lnt*r. The Catholid Daughters cal-d party at the hall Saturday afternoon wa« well attended. Mrs. B. R. Swanson and Mrs. Oliver Young won in bridge and 500 respectively. Ivyl Marie Kunz, who 1* taking a course as laboratory technician at St, John's school, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with her parents, the Henry Kunzes. George Ward returned Saturday from Jordan,. Minn., where he had been taking 1 treatment at a sanitarium for inflammatory rheumatism. He la much improved. Charles W. Lease, Sterling, 111., visited at his cousin Ammon Lease's, from Saturday to Monday morning. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer at 8 p. m. Saturday. FRE 5( UIGURS, NEERS, ARE YEARS WED palhiiiily * Injured wKen, h« I betwMft a' hofs* and th« •tall. GIRLS STUDY OUTDOOR LIFE ATIRVINGTON Irvlngton, • Nov. .3—The Irvlngton girls club met Friday with Delores Warrea. Fourteen members &nt leader, Mrs. Geigel, were present Ruth Black was secretary in the absence of Irene Capeslus. Roberta Skllllng entertained with two piano solos, and leaves were studied, and a guessing contest on leaves was held which June Raney and Roberta Skllllng won. Recently the girls clubs have been spending a part of the time at each meeting In outdoor study. Mr. Body, head of the forest extension department at Amea, sends pamphlets on various outdoor subjects each month to the club leaders, who study them with their club members. Music memory selections were also discussed. The Wide-Awake club now has 31 members. Lu Verne, Nov. 3—The fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legler, pioneer residents of Lu Verne, was the oqcaslon for a happy celebration Sunday at the city hall. Sixty relatives and close friends partook of a two-course dinner plan ned and prepared by .the family. The table was decorated with yellow chrysanthemums and the center piece was a threeJtlered wedding cake. The hall was beautifully decorated with gold and white crepe paper. The afternoon was spent Informal ly with many friends calling to of fer congratulations and gifts. An Interesting program of talks, read Ings, and music was given. A lunch was served to the guests d Ing ttye,'afternoon. .-,.... Relatives were present "from Oar •ne-r, -Algona,. dtbldfteld, Hardy, Ren wick, West' 1 Bend, Nearstrarid Minn., New olarus, W|»., Clear Lake and Marion. The Leglers are the parents of four children, Mrs. Geo Watklnson, Garner, Mrs. phll Llch ty, Wilson and Arthur Legler, ol Lu Verne. services were morning. held here Sunday Schools Observe Halloween — A good program was given week Thursday evening at last the Jewell Patterson schoolhouse, Other Amos Bonnelters Keturn— The Amos Bonackers, recently of Woodburn, Ore., have returned to Iowa for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Rosi son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saren Nelson, now Oregon, and she is niece and cousin of the Hansens near Wesley. Mr. Bonacker has relatives at Titonka, and the family will probably settle in that locality. Society Starts on New Book— Booster Meeting to He Held— An Odd Fellow .booster meeting takes place at Wesley this week Monday evening, lodges of Algona Burt, Titonka, Lu Verne. Swea City, and Wesley participating. Members of Rebeka.h lodge will attend also. There will be a program of speeches, etc. A committee of Rebekahs will serve lunch. Other Wesley News. Twelve women, seven members and five visitors, attended the Methodist W. F. M. S. meeting at the home of "Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings Friday afternoon. Airs. Marie Nelson led devotions, using the new book, With God. Mrs. Hodges gave the lesson and conducted the Mystery Box quiz. The lesson was on Christ Enters the Homes, first chapter in the new book, Christ Comes to the Village. iPlans were talked over regarding the placings of "bricks" in the Altar of Service. The hostess served light refreshments. Next Sunday evening Doctor Lease, district superintendent, will preach at the Methodist church and afterward conduct the first quarterly conference. This week Wednesday afternoon the Aid will meet in the League room to make plans and set the date for the annual bazaar to be held this month. Twelve members of Johnette Looft's Sunday school class, including herself, also the teacher, attended a Halloween -party at her home last week Tuesday evening. Menu, decorations, and games were all in keeping. Other guests were Maurlne Hansen and Iva May Ward. Mrs. John Amesbury visited Mrs. Wellington Drewelow at Omaha five days returning last week Tuesday. She dr»ve her car as far as Carroll, accompanied there by Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury, Algona, who visited her son William. to Carroll. The Study Herman Bode last Thursday. Mrs. Amesbury had charge of the lesson on interesting rivers. Response to roll call wsta naming American rivers. Mrs. Ignatz Eisenbacher was a guest of the club. Friday evening Mr. Montgomery, superintendent of religious education in a Congregational church at Grinnell, spoke in the local Congregational church on Living Definitions. His talk was keenly enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frltisch, of Corwlth, visited Sunday with her parents, the Joseph Hauptmans Sr. Mary Hutchinson, Fort Dodge, visited her parents here and her sister, lira. Clarence Bergeson. Hobarton. Emma Studer, who has been suffering a return of her old trouble, has gone to Rochester to go through the clinic, arriving there at 3 p. m. -Sunday. Nathan Studer's eyes are still troubling him. All Saints day was observed at St. Joseph's church Sunday, and all taught by Mrs. Russell Maxwell. Refreshments were served after program. A Halloween party the held at the Irvington school, of which Pauline Black is teacher. The afternoon was spent in playing Halloween games, and candy, apples, and popcorn balls were served. A Halloween party was also held at the Harry Sabin school, which Mary Wilden teaches. All the children here enjoyed a vacation Friday while their teachers attended institute. Hoy Loses Eye In Accident — The Harry Sabins and Mrs. Stella Sabin, Algona, were Sunday callers at Roscne Mawdsley's. They report that Wilbur, 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, employed at Basketball' Schedule Announced—The basketball schedule of the Lu Verne high school for this season follows: Dec. 4, Corwlth boys, Wes ley girls, here; Dec. 11, Bode boys and girls there; Dec. IS, West Bent boys and girls here; Jan. * Corwlth boys there; Jan. 15, Whlttemore boys and girls here; Jan. 19, Liver more boys there; Jan. 22, Renwlcl boya and girls here; Jan. 26, Al gona boys there; Feb. 2, Bode boy and girls here; Feb. 9, Clarion boya there: Feb. 12, Whlttemore boys and girls there. The boys 'county tourney will be February 26 and ,27, and the glrls^ February 19 and 20. Home Declam Comes November 90— The first evening home contest of the boys and girls entered in the county 7th and Sth grade declamatory contests will be held at the gymnasium at 7:45 November 20. Mawdsley's, accidently shot an arrow into the eye of his six-year-old brother Saturday. The eye could not be saved, and the boy was taken to Iowa City Sunday, where the eyeball will be removed. Wins Third in State Contest— Georgia Anne Geigle recently won third place in the girls division of the Ili931 tree-planting and farm grove history contest, of which I. T. Body, head of forestry extension department at Ames, is in charge. Robert Sedgley, Storm Lake, won first and Zeta Rittgers, of Rippey, second. • Society to Give Home Talent— A Missionary play Unto the Least of These, will be given at the church November 20 by the Missionary society. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Algona, will entertain with piano solos, and Mrs. Casey Loss, Algona, will sing. At this time there will be 15 contestants. Of these eight will be chosen to represent Lu Verne at the sub-county contest December 1. Four will speak at Lu Verne and four at Tltonka, when Lu Verne, Wesley, and Titonka compete. The 7th and Sth grades will furnish the music for these contests. J. J. Club Kutertalns Husbands— Members of the J. J. club entertained their husbands at a party at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hefti Friday night. Progressive Rook was played at seven tables, and Jess Llndebak won first and Mrs. Walter Hefti won consolation prize. A two-course lunch was served by the committee, consisting of Mrs. Dick , Wermerson, Mrs. Chas. Wolf, Mrs. Albert Heftl, Mrs. Harry Llchty,' 1 and Mrs. Will Hefti. The Just For Fun club h«td Us first party of the season last Thuni' day night at the Dr. T, L. Williams dome. Rook was played i ,at riv* tables early in the evening and then Halloween games were played. Refreshments were served. The Presbyterian Aid met this Wednesday with Mrs. Burdette Agard. Mrs. O. Jennings was assistant hostess. Mrs. Kate Barton Is entertaining the Lutheran Aid this Thursday in the church basement. The Ray Boyds, of Nevada, Jim Bbyd, o.f Ontario, Calif., spent Sunday at B. W. Mason'*. JUn Boyd remained for a longer visit Monday he and Mr. Mason drove to Charles City to spend a few days. Mrs, Fred Wolf, Louis and Lilly, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jurgen son and daughter, of Corwlth, spent Sunday with Alice Wolf, who is taking nurses training at the Lutheran hospital at Hampton. _Mrs. Joseph Wadlel^h" returned Saturday from. Rochester, Minn., jWlrtre Hn e submitted to a goiter operation a month. ago>; Her brothel from St. Paul accompanied her home. Mrs. I. H. Benedict and Alton drove to ocheyedan last Thursday. Mrs. Benedict spent several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Em 11 Merer. . The Evangelical Woman's [Missionary society is to meet this Thursday with Mrs. H. J. Qels, with Mrs. Louis Merkle as leader of the study. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen return .ed last week Tuesday from a week at Iowa Falls at the Frank Allen 'and Ed Kunz homes. W. O. Stanly, of Boone, who has been visiting his,, daughter, Mrs. Grant Jennings, has been 111 Buffering with neuritis. The Lu Verne Cemetery association will hold Its next meeting at the Gus -Boessler home next ,week Thursday. Walter Genrlch and daughter, of Alexandria, Minn., visited last week at his mother,'Mrs. John Genrlch's. The Frank Devltts have had as their guest, Mrs. Anna Siprelle, of San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peiteke spent fcoarW'lmmtines iiO till Jtovembef Jfewi* WANTBD-'-HATCHBRT for 19»1 hatching ^season, White "Legh6r«». — Writ* Hamlltori Hatchery, BanCtoft. ANNOUNqiNO — GAMBLE flWt*s selected as, new Phllco dealers. $5 delivers a phllco to your home. Lower prices on radio tubes. 19-8 FOR SALE — SOME M1LKINO strain shorthorn bulls, butter records as high as *50 Ibs., Hllmer H. Larson, Walllngford, la. 18p9 FOR SALE -i- SEVERAL DEMON- strator portaMes; «tao several good secondhand targe machines. Typewriter Exchange, Bsthervllle. li4u8-9 FOR RENTT — THREE- SMALL furnished rooms for housekeeping. Hot water heat and lights. R. L. Padgett, 310 S, Dodge St. Phone 218. DUROC BOARS—15 GOOD healthy ones, up to date breeding, • immune, lowest prices. Also choice seed Corn. A.*C. Carlisle,' '&. mile eist&f Whlttemore. 24p7-10 "Hog & Tonic Wormer?" JW>R.8ALE— PUREBRED Shorthorn * tiuli; oWehouirh; for-nervlc*; ' Poland China boar, yearling, from C. J. Houseman herd, Armstrong. Pedigree furnished. — Frank phone 29F3. Reifbof f, 2Sp7-8 CHANCE OF A LIFETIME—RE- liable* man wanted to call on farmers In Kossuth. Wonderful opportunity. Make $7 to $12 dally. No experience or capital needed. Write McNess Company, Dept.. L. Freeport, 111. ,-30p8 Sunday at Roy Peltzke's at Webster City. We manufacture and guarantee thW mineral at $2.00 per hundred pounds. Try It and yoU\wlU be one of our many satlsf led customers, „ „ ( * x , Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Manager W. B. Quarton QUAKTON , Office Office phone I * Legal* Lakota Miss Shoenwalter, grade teacher. A 25-cent supper will be served the annex after the program. in She returned by bus club m^t with »Mrs. New Farm House Is Started— A new house, to replace the one recently burned, is being built by the Kenne brothers, owners of the farm which the Frank Shipleys have rented. The Shipleys are'living in Irvington for the present. Program at Church Friday— A program will be given at church this Friday evening by members of the Star class promptly at 8:15. Admission will be 15c and 25c. Other Irvington News. The Andrew Funks spent Sunday with the Wm. Funks, employed at Stanley Kieth's north of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. C-robe and the Henry Lofings, of Mason City, were Sunday visitors at A. MeLean's. Mrs. Summers, Eagle Grove, recent ly spent several days at Austin Summer's. Helen Dole, of Garner, was Missionary Society Meets Today— The Methodist missionary society meets this Thursday with Mrs. Emi] Anderson. The program is in charge of Mrs. Henry Putzke. Mrs. Harold Phillips leads the devotlonals, Mrs. Harold Sorenson has the leaflet, Mrs. Maynard Spooner, the scrapbook, and Mrs. Martha Stone, the home mission enigma. Mrs. Rae Stone, Mrs. Burdette Agard and Mrs. Harry Lichty are giving a playlet on the study book. Armistice Dny to be Observed— . An Armistice day program will be given at the school gymnasium next week Wednesday afternoon at 1;30. The program follows: music, girls' glee club; invocation, the Rev. Wm. Baddeley; flag salute and song, 1st and 2nd grade; pageant, Ever Peace, group • from • the grades; music, boys' Glee club; speech, Rev. Jewell Pickett, pastor of First Baptist church. Mason City; America, by all. R«v. Koonco Goes to Omaha— Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, Mrs. tendered her resignation to the school board last week, which was accepted, and Edith Buxton, of Oelwein, has been secured to fill the vacancy. Mrs. Qrabau met Miss Buxton at Algona Sunday evening. Miss Shoenwalter • will ^be married soon and will make her home In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow went to Mason City Friday and brought home Chris Asmusson, who has been at the Park Hospital since the accident to his eye. He is. reported recovering, and was able to go up town Saturday. Donald Worley went to Mason NOTICE OF SHEBIFF'S SAM STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No. 13589. ; Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to'me from 'the Clerk of thp District Court of Kossuth county,' Iowa ri t»n a judgment rendered In said Court on the 21st day of October, 1931, in favor of Irma D. Adams as plaintiff, and against Nick Weydert and James Weydert, as defendants, for the sum of Four Thousand Four- Hundred Ninety-Two and OS/MO ($4492.05) Dollars and costs, taxed! at One Hundred Six and 14/100 ($106.14) Dollars and accruing, costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as- the property of the said Nick Weydert, James Weydert, Anna Weydert, Mike Reding, and Kossuth; County, Iowa, Defendants, and E'. J. Gilmore, Intervenor, to satisfy said exectrtfon, to-wlt: The Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Six-- Lee Llchty, and the a Sunday visitor at Mawdsley's, Algona, Mrs. and J. R. Edward Mawdsley, daughter Dorothy, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R6b"ison were Sunday guests at the Roscoe Mawdsley's. • ^ ' Clyde Miller, Fairmont, spent Sunday at Earl Miller's. His cousin, Everett Nutt, also of Fairmont, who was critically injured in an auto accident several months ago, was only recently permitted to leave the hospital and Is, as yet, unable to work. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Currell and son Billy Dean, of Boone, spent several days last week at Earl Miller's. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on, The Covenant of the Passover and the Covenant of the Church, from Matthew 26:28. After Rev. Mr. Koonce drove to Fort Dodge last week Thursday to see Mrs. Koonce, who is in Mercy hospital there. From Fort Dodge th^ .Rev. Mr. Koonce went to Omaha to resume his studies at the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and to meet a brother, N. Koonce, who wasjnov- ing from New Castle, Penn.T to California. Tuesday Club Studios Citizenship- Mrs. Frank Chambers was hostess to the Tuesday club last week Tuesday. man was A great American states- named by each member present in response to roll call. Mrs. H. E. Pietzke read a. paper on responsibilities as a citizen, and Mrs. Otto Marty spok e _ on law obser? vance. Refreshments were served by the hostess and her daughter, Mrs. Ed Hof. City Friday to visit his grandparents, the W. H. Baileys, and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley went down Saturday evening and all came home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lamont Dalton ,of Chicago, were business visitors In Lakota Saturday. The Daltons formerly lived here, going from here to Des Moines, then to Chicago. , Epworth Leaguers held a Halloween party at the church Friday night. All were in costume, masks, etc., and watched for black cats, witches, and ghosts. Guy Beemer came home last week Tuesday from Missouri, where he had been duck hunting. He reports ducks plentiful • and brought home his limit. The Ray Estles went to Britt Sat urday to visit the McCoys. Sunday the Estles and McCoys went to Alden to visit relatives, all returning Sunday. • 'f The Milton Pringles entertained Milt's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson, of Minneapolis, a week ago Saturday and Sunday. Mary Jane Lewis, attending school at Cedar Falls, came home for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Altteer' visited Mrs. Altizer's parents, the J, T. Sul- llvans, at Blue Earth Sunday. Cliff Buckels, Henry and Honno Allts went tp Eagle Lake Sunday to hunt ducks. Homer Altlzer and daughter Mary Jane spent the week-end with relatives at Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith returned from their Cedar Rapids trip Friday. Mrs. Joe Faulkner canie home last Thursday from ten days at Esther- teen (16) in Township Ninety- Four (94) North, Range Twenty Nine (29) AVest of the Fifth 'F. 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 2nd day ot December, .1931, at the east door of the courthouse in Algona, in'Kossnth 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 1 this- 2nd day of November; 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. J. L. Bonar;, Plaintiffs Attorney. 8-9 members partook Monday was All. of Communion. Souls day, and the sermon were 'hle'ld. communion Six;ty-four services attended three morning masses were held for all souls in Purgatory. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno and their baby left Friday for a new home at Williams, where Leo, in company with a partner, will have charge of a garage. Mrs. Reno was formerly Thelma Kleinpeter. The Messrs, and Mesdames A. E. and Oordon C. Giddings visited relatives at Burt Sunday, and brought 'back Grandpa Giddings, who had visited 18 days with children and grandchildren. Supt. and Mrs. E. R. Swanson entertained the 16 seniors at their borne Friday evening. The evening was spent at games and stunts appropriate to Halloween, and dinner was served. Prospects are favorable for a good basket ball season, practice has be$IMI, and the first games will be at Thompson Wednesday, November (18, both -boys and girls' teams com George Goetz, who has worked at 8Wney, N«*>., for the past four years, came btwfc Sunday for uls annual ORIGINAL NOTICE In. the District Court of Iowa, in and 1 for Kossuth county, November term,. 1931. Clara Olson, Plaintiff, vs. Martin Olson, Defendant. To Martin Olson, the above named! . Defendant: Tou ore hereby notified that ttoere is now on file 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 wfllfnl desertion for a period of over two years. Petition asks for the custody of the two minor children. For further particulars see the Petition now on file. Now, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before nooa of the second day of the next term of said court to be held at the Courthouse, Algona, Iowa, in said, county, commencing on November 23rd, 1931, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said petition. SHUMWAY & KELLY, 5-8 Attorneys for Plaintiff. vllle. Dr. "WllHams's mother, of Fort Dodge, visited him part of last week Mrs. Prigge at Mason City. spent the week-end Sunday school. Martin Frankl and Harry Currart drove to the latter's home at Itaska Park, Minn., last week. Harry has been, here several weeks husking corn. After visiting several days Martin returned home. Mrs. Mary Patterson, who makes her home with the Morris Parsons, recently spent several days with her only brother Bailey Burtis, Lu Verne, who was critically ill. He Is now recovering 1 . Ralph Llndhorst, who has been critically ill, is now improved and able to be up. His father, Homer Lindhorst, who has been suffering with shingles, Is also recovering. .Bernard Frankl, employed an -Omaha insurance firm, is with now working Iowa and spent the weekend with his parents. Aid will meet this Thursday afternoon at the annex. Mesdames Butterfield and O. L. Miller will be hostesses. Mrs. L. E. Potter. Algona, mother ql Ben Potter, formerly 9* vicinity, l* seriously ill at her home. A few fanners here have finished picking corn- Former Lu Verne Dentist Dies— Word was received last week Wednesday of the death of Dr. H. M. Noreen, of Minneapolis. Dr. Noreen practiced dentistry In Lu Verne ten years ago and will be remembered by many Lu Verne people. He had been ill for some time and had recently submitted to two operations for kidney trouble. His wife and two children survive him. Wayne Sorenson 3; Party- Last week Tuesday Wayne Sorenson was three years old, and a birthday party was given by " hto mother; Mrs. Harold Sorenson. Guests werp members of the Beginners department of the Methodist Sunday school, of which Mrs. Harold Phillips is teacher.' The afternoon was spent playing games, and lunch was served. Mission Festival Next Sunday- There will be a mission festival at the Lutheran church next Sunday with services In German in the morning, and E.ngllsh in the afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Koch, of Galva, and the R«v. Mr. Ross, of Pomeroy, will preach at these services. Fern Barton Returns, Home— Fern Barton, who has been at the University hospital since the middle of June, was able to return 10 the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L- Barton, last week Sunday when they w«nt to Iowa City to visit her. Grant Jejjnhjyi J« I*J«re<i-~ Saturday evening a* Qrawt Irvington John Brown is now selling milk at the Ice cream station on • west State street In Algona, Besides ice cream, pop, and baking prepared groceries, by John's home sister, Agnes. Brown, will be for sale. r Want Ads SLEEPING ROOM FOR, RENT; close in.—Phone 321. 8p8 FOR SALE—FIVE BICYCLE BAS- kets.—Call at Advance office. 7g MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS and town property.—W. C. Danson. lOp5-8 NOTICE OF PEOBATE OF WILL No. 3567. State of Iowa, Koseuth bounty, ss. In District Court, September term, 1931, ' ' To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument 'of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John Uhlenhake, deceased, dated December 26, 1922, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 17th day of November, 1931 is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District*Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all; pel-sons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated, and allowed, as and for th? last Will and Testament of said deceased, Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 20, FOR SALE—-2 YEARLING; Poland China boars.—Robert Loas, phone 20F31. FOR SALE — UNDERWOOD typewriter, in good condition. Call Advance. 9p8 1931. CLARK ORT01* Clerk of District Court. By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Attorneys. 6-8 FOR SALE— OLD DUROC THOR- oughbred male bog.— Arnold Gade, Whlttemore. - __ HOUSE FOR RENT— R. H. MUler, examiner In charge ot County Savings Bank. 13u8 LOST—BICYCLE WITH BASKET on front.—Please return to Bobby D.ew«i «r to this office. 7y FOR SALE — PUREBRED China, mate bogs. Cholera immune. NOTICE TO CBEDITOHS OF E. S. KLtSWOBTH AND ». M. ELLS- WOBTH, The undersigned has been appointed as Trustee In the Assignment made by E. S. Ellsworth and D, M. "Ellsworth (or benefit of creditors- For Serice _ * A. W1JJKEI, AUtornejr.at.Liw DRY CLEANING PATRONIZE HOME GLEANERS AND BE SURE OP A GOOD JOB We clean, press, ,and repair your wearing apparel and make them look like new. COATS BELINED Fall housecleanlng time Is here and we can give you prompt service. BRING US YOUR HATS FOR CLEANING AND REBLOCKING . Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 ^ an« Office over Ilexall Dru r t - °, f , 1 ' !ce Phone |fl? J. Keneflck, M. D rw C. H. CHETZMEliT .„, Physician and Surg Mn Office in John Oalbraith Offlco ' 3io; - IT SHO' WOULD TAKE IRON MEN TO HANDLE ANYTHING STRONGER THAN CEMENT SOLD BY, If you have building or repairs to be completed before cold weather sets in, remember that F. S. NORTON & SON carries everything needful to your purpose. Workmen prefer employment to charity and your donation in that form will be appreciated, Call Algona 229 for prices and professional suggestions that may save money. and Office on South Dodge Sire Phones: Office, 666; ral , Iowa WALTE11 „„. Physician and Surgeon Office in Qulnby Bldg., noorai Phone No. 12 MEI/VIN 0. BOURSE Physician and Snnteon , Office in Pdstofflee Block Phones: Office, 197; residence! 1)11. W. 1). ANDREWS O§teopathlc Physician and SIB Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throit- X-ray Office over Hub Recreation ' 'Phones: Office, 1S7; residence! DR. Jl. A. KVAXS, M. For Diathermy and Obstetrt Over Borchanlt's Drug Stoi •.Residence phone Sin, office! Iowa. CHIROPRACTOKS Dtt. 11. .1. THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chiropracto Thirteen year's successful pra' Office over State's Cafe ANTHRACITE A BITUMINOU5 VETERINARY t. AV. Veterinarian • West State Street, Algon* I Phones: Office, 475-W.; res., BUILDING CONTRACT COWAN & SON General Contractors Estimates I?urn!shi Phones: Business. CT-.T; MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE Machinists and Wcldere Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and West of Courthouse PRODUCE 8>VIFT & COHPANI Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, and HUM I Matt Lamuth, Mgr, Phone 264^ INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY . IN8U1UNCE ASSOCUTIOy Over $16,000,000 worth of in« in force. A home company. secure. J. 0. Paxson,, Did he have Enough INSURANCE? That's always the big question »fUr the fir*. Why not give it some careful consideration Do you have enough insurance? Are you getting it at the lowest possible cost? !« it safe. and- sound? It will pay you to investigate National Citizens Mutual* insurance. .It offers thoroughly sound projection for one-third less than the usual rates. We invite you to make a careful comparison. THB AIGONA ^ C. B. 1» Barre Al Reliable Insurance Phone 65 City Property Loans. Insurance. Real CUNNINGHAM * 107 W, State St. JOE GBKENBEBfl New and used Auto W Tires and Accessoria Hides, Fur and ^^*r^^^ '^Bli H. W. POS1 Long Distance Ha« Every load PHONE Algona, NATIONAL'CmziNS MUTUALS • LA BARRE & FAUCENHAINER _,, AUJQNA jlrst door north Q f towt S *j / *^ || MIMEMM Roy Wtoeman, Wesley. 18P8-9 <Ue Itemized claims duly verified in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, Algona, jowa, on or before (b« 22nd day of January, A. Are yow one of the Advww«'i 3,000 Sttiifwd

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