Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 12, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 12, 1931
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;, ^ rf », ^ >"^r pt^^F-f^Sl3^,- w^^ry^v* ^(ftf KJ , .^ffc^^ ^JV",^^^^ - ( ">—v, t ''-, T * ,* f *, ' :>• * v?- T t ? t ^ ;^<?v^ .$$ matt* ' V . fri^'vftj.v' ^^LiftroftSbAY Do You Know • : . • . • ... I . ; . That Algona Has Two of the most modern Dry Cleaning Plants in Northwest Iowa, and an investment of $50,000.00 in the business. Do you know that these two plants employ an average of 20 people representing the means of livelihood for more than sixty men, women, and children in Algona. . ». We are constantly in touch with the Dry Cleaning Institute and Research Agencies at Washington, D. C. We are up on the latest methods in the proper handling of new "fabriqs. Do not send your dry cleaning out of town when you can get better work right here at home at the SAME PRICE. . Leave your money in Algona—you have a chance of getting some of it back, as we all spend our money at home. SPECIAL Men's Suits, cleaned and pressed 50c Ladies' Plain Wool Dresses, cleaned and pressed 75c Ladies' Plain Silk Dresses, cleaned and pressed $1.00 Men's Hats, cleaned and blocked 75c Phone 330 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Elk Cleaners First door north of Kolilhaas Garage 1 1 * - • * /j rnitftti rr A AIO hrNTilN TrAMx rt.li i un iLHmu B.B.SCHEDI IS LE m Fenton, Nov. 10 — With the close of the baseball season school boyd started basketball practice; Twenty- five boys have reported to Coach White. This year's schedule consists of 14 games. All of last year's opponents are listed with the* exception of Swea City and Cylinder. One new team is on the schedule, St. John's academy of Bancroft, The schedule follows; Tuesday, Nov. 17, Ringsted, there; Nov. 20, Tltonka, there; Nov. 24, bone ; Rock, there; Dec. 1, Bancroft, here; Dec. 4, Whlttemore, here; Dec. 11, "St. John's academy, Bancroft, here; Dec. 15, Seneca, there; Jan. S, Tl- tonka, here; Jan. 11, Seneca, there; Jan. 15, St. John's 'academy, there; Jan. Ifl, Ringsted, here; Jan. 22, Lone, Rock, here; Jan. 26, Bancroft, there; Feb. 5, Whlttemore, there. The inter-class basketball tournament opened the season for Fenton, and the classes competed for championship Thursday and Friday evenings. The girls' scores Thursday were; sophomores 12, freshman 7; seniors 19, juniors 1; finals— -seniors 12, sophomores 0. were: juniors 10, The boys' games sophomores 9; seniors 2S, freshman 9; juniors 11, seniors 22. law, Mrs. Frftftft.'Ranttey 1 of Huroni S, ,D., visit At the O. 3i Ranney's and with other relatives. Jbe Cftrberry, Lynn Crozier, and Frank KrecJI, Cedar Rapids business men, sjietit the tw o-day' phcfis- nrit hunt at the C; F. C. ".Image home. , 'Mr.-arid Mrs. ChBrles • Bernhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Hat-ley Fredericks ftnd daughter Phyllis, of Emmetsburg, spent Sunday 'at' John Ar.bo- gast's. George Gorsuch • and son Verne, of Des Moines, weVe over-night visitors here • Thursday. Mr. 'Gorsuch conducted a pool 1 hall here 20 years ago. ' '~ C. G. Humphrey and his father-Inlaw, G. M. Miller, went to Cedar Rapids Sunday on business. They were to return the first of the week. Frank Bailey and Mrs. Kate Ne\\;el and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ruske visited Mrs. Henry Ebert and Mrs. Carl Ebert at Whlttemore Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and children and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey vis-! ited at the G. M. Miller and Verne Nellis homes at Ringsted Friday. the home bfjhis,mother, sir*. Amelia Warmbler, In iu Verne,,Sunday. Charles farms with Ws brother Hef man, nea'r Lu Verne". Ho is rt brothel-'of Mrt Bert sankey. UhWss' other rtfraligemelits af> nn- nounded tho Plnay Woods quartet i6wn, betober 30, IMI *«> City council met In regulates." . alon on thta day nftM city 1 hull, (intf will slnt; nt tht* Irvine ton fhtttrh h' ft nion»*>oihM things lillowcd the dol* from Sunday evening. Aid u\H meet afternoon at the nnnex . . . . ,,,,1,., Thutscl.ay '«»«'"« ? "" MosJiimes ! Sumnor parsons and K !'• Honey j .r. \y. KM y, sa'nr.V $ id.i.OO Leo llelKick, salary • 115,0,00 \Vrtlter Oormnn, snlai-y ... ( l35, t OO To.n Italpln. snlfliy ...... 135.00 C. C'. Wright, salary ' 85.001 RJ.J Burton, salary 130.00 pranches I'l-lacllln. will- be, hostesses, Tne Rev , A. EnKllhh Sunday on. Anulln rind He read a part of tiie iSth Chapter of Acts. > The approach on the cast side of flip liver hildgi. ' \veit of Irvington,' is being graded and widened. "The UhflcirSltfhed- appointed as i Trustee In the Assignment made by 'E. & ESUsworih and 15. M. Ellswdrth for benefit bf creditors. ;; Flense file itemized claims duly Verified In thn Mo* '^"X A. D eE( "° Ul ° "" '"' *° OAYI.ORD OtM ,*» »• WHY SK.N-I, PHntlng nm 0( Wh<>|),, uou.u [,i,. L > thrfieV-'V A ' SOI '» % n ? W ' rn *"" s '*"'i"tU' IT. 1-3. stephen.Mori Adiih Carlson, salary . ... Ernest Thlel, meter reading | , _ . .,.., .,,.,,.. I C'.evo Barton ' et' al, labor. kohlhaits Bros. Garage, mdsp. ...... N'elson Hdwe., mclwe. ...... M. A. &'F. 10, Bartholomew, nulse ....... '••••• IT. D. Olap.iatWle, mdae..'.. \Voatcrn linlon.; uprvice. .. I .\'\V Bell T:le Co., service i Hk(.lly Oil Co., Gas & oil .. j Skelly Ol'. Co., gas &-,oll...'. St. Benedict, Nov. 10—Those who i Tly. Uspreas Agency. Inc., ST, BENEDICT ENTERTAINS MANY HUNTERS came from afar for the two days of and few tornoon.' High score was won by if Blends, of Dos Molnes: Clyde Con- Tho Afternoon bridge club mot I pheasant hunting were Mr. with Mrs. F. P. Newel Saturday af-1 Mrs. Martin Miller and a Mrs. William Boettcher. , ner, also, of Des Moines, Frnnk Hul- Elvlra KrausTs, teaching at Gar- [ demann, of Indlnnoln; and Jacob Express 1' C. M. st, 1'. frt. on oil ........... • • H. \V. Post, frl. on luh oil 190.00 1+5.00 •' •. ; 2-1:75 135.70 '. : 4.03 . ',1.30 -,3.00 ••5.1 1 4 20. S5 K!,r,8 17.30 Tjil.18 IT. VV. fast, frt ^ drny... S.48 22.57 ner, spent the week-end with her j simons and five other soldier | Cresco Vnlon Lite & I'ow. 60 Attend W. F. M. S. The W- F. M. S. met in'the Meth odist church Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Hattio Weisbrod as hostesses. This was guest day, and there were 60 present. The devotionals were in chars; ot Mrs. E. D. White. A n Introduction of the new text' book. Christ Comes to the Village, was given by Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Short readings,' On to the Villages, was given by six of the members; voca! solo, Mrs. E. D. White; reading. Four Walled Castle, Mrs. T. N. McFall; instrumental music, Maxlne Weisbrod; Stewardship, presented by stewardship secretary, Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff; Calico Mites, demonstration In two acts given by eleven members. This meeting was called a Calico Tea and all members wore a print dress and carried a calico bag in which she will carry her missionary funds. These dresses are to be worn at iach monthly meeting and at the end of the year will be sent to a ;irl's school in foreign fields. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. ! emends from Fort Des Mollies. .In- Wm. Laldn went to Ellsworth laut j COD ; s tne eldest son of Mrs. Mary week Tuesday to visit relatives and j simons, of St. Benedict, and i entered the army about three or four years ago at Des Moines. friends. Too Good to Keep Our last large shipment of living-room suites proved to be such exceptional values that four days after we had received them we were forced to'tele- phon the factory for another and larger shipment which we are expecting for' display this week. Through the recommendation of those with whom we have dealt in the past this store has hecome known throughout. Kossuth and adjoining counties as a "real value-giving store where satisfaction is guaranteed on every purchase or your money cheerfully refunded: WE LIKE THE FURMTUKE BUSINESS WE LIKE THE FOLKS WITH WHOM WE ABE DEALING —and it is our earnest desire that we may ever prove ourselves worthy of the confidence that has been placed in us. When in Algona you are invited to visit our store, look over this fine new line of furniture and •floor-coverings, inspect our newly furnished rooms upstairs, where the furniture is shown in ensemble. Friday and Saturday Specials County Auxiliary Meet Held— The county Legion Auxiliary unit meeting was held at the local Methodist church last week Tuesday afternoon. Eighty delegates and unit leaders from Swea City, Burt, Ti tonka, Wesley, Algona and Lone Rock attended. County president Mrs. L. C. Schenck was in charge of the meeting, and the program consisted of a piano solo by'.Maxine Weisbrod, vocal solo, Mrs. -W. P. Weisbrod, reports of unit leaders, talk by Mrs. Elinor Button, county welfare worker; and a report of Webster City district convention by Mrs. Denton, of Titonka. Plans were made to have a county supply shelf to aid the needy. Mrs, W. J. Cotton, of Lone Rock, was appointed county chairman of this work. After the meeting a luncheon was served in the church dining room by the Fenton unit, of which Mrs. August Nelson is president. EX-IRVINGTON RESIDENT DIES AFTERSTROKE Irvington, Nov. 10 — Funeral services were held here Sunday for Mrs. John Ri'ey, who died suddenly Friday following a stroke. The church was filled to overflowing, and many stood outside. The Rev. A. English officiated using as his text, Revelation 1:1. Two songs were sung by a quartet composed o^ Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, Mrs. A. McLean, Henry and Alvin Weber. Mrs. Henry Weber accompanied. Burial was made at Lu Verne. Ida Mae Bird was born March 14, 1S64 at Eagle Center. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Hecklin t of near Woden. She was married to John Riley at Dysart. Besides her husband she is survived by seven children: Mrs. James Donohoo and Melford J., of Waterloo; Mrs. Seward Thornton, Douglass and Arth'uf; of Irvington; Youtli Hurl Playinp Kootlmll—• Gerald Janette, son of Mrs. | Katharine Janette, of near Sexton, i mrtse. er Co., sign Wm. Selimmn Jr. et hi, •. refund deposit . .. M. D. Kfelly, refund on meter K. J.' Ollmore, Treasurer, refund on bill ......... Matt Parrott & Sons .Co,, had one of his legs hurt in playing football at school in Algona ' last week, and ik now using a crutch. Iowa State bank, checks... Botsford Lumber Co., mdse £ Hackus. print- Hand Hurt In Corn 1'lelsor— j Edward Germann had one of his I hands caught in a corn picking ma- ', r ^~^ nk ' K chine and quite seriously hnifsed 1 and cut one day last week. ^ Advance Ptrb. Co., printing Fall banks Morse '&. Co., mdse ............... , . Massey .Vrhchfne Co., mdse. National Stamping & Elec- trl( . Worfcs . mdse ....... g. upplv COij nl(]se , , Most Corn >ow 'Picked— A number of farmers are through , ij ._ picking corn and lots of them are , Bvown . Cam p H dwe. Co., finishing this week if the weather ' permits:. Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pfeffer and" son, of Des Moines, came Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday here with her parents, Mr; and Mrs. J,, M. Witte, and other relatives at I Westlnghouse Electric Sup- mdse. Security Petroleum Co., gas, oil . Vacuum Ofl Co., Lub. oil.. Gruyftai- Electric Co., mdfe. Wlgrmtt-n Co., mdso ....... Line Material Co., mdse.... W. D. Allen Mfg - . Co., mdse Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Livermare; dren, of Wesley, spent Simd'ar here and Mrs. Hecklin, Woden. Lloyd A Beautiful Imported /Bedspread FREE With every bedroom suite, choice of 4 colors. A Washable 5-piece Lunfih Set FllEE with each fibre top card table at $2.50 This is the best card table value we have ever offered. A 32-piece set of Dishes GIVEN FREE with every kitchen cabinet. Some of the Lines We Represent Armstrong's Linoleum and Rugs. Mohawk Woolen Rugs. Norge Electric Refrigeration. Brunswick Radios. Salisbury and Satterlee Co. Bedding. Brooks Parlor Furniture. EXCHANGE YOUR OLD FOR NEW AT RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company WHERE FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS F. H. Elglers Wed 25 Years- Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eigler celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Friday evening by entertaining the members of the Jolly Eight club and their husbands at a seven o'clock dinner, after dinner bridge was played at four tables. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod won high score and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey low. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers were honored guests for Mr. Eigler and Mr. Reimers are pioneer residents here. Mrs. Eigler was presented with a chest of silv»r by her husband, and Mr. Eigler was given an engraved silver watch by his family. gifts were received. Other P.-T. A. Hears Snyder Talk— The regular monthly P.-T. A. d by Miss Gilbert; talk, leans These, by the Rev. meeting was held at the school last week Tuesday night with the president, O. J. Stephen.son, in charge, 'he program follows: two selections y the high school orchestra direct- What J. T. nyder; guitar music, Freda and Vnna Reimers. After a business ession lunch, was served in the asement. •/ Other Fenton News. Mrs. F. H. Eiglor and son Der- vood, and the former's sister, Mrs. •"rank Hicks, went to Omaha Sunday. Mrs. Hicks and Dei-wood came Thursday to. be present at the 25th vedding anniversary of the Elglers. lussell Geronsin accompanied them to assist Mrs. Eigler in driving on .he return trip. The Standard Bearers met last Rollo died in Infancy and is buried at Lu Verne. Mrs. Riley is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Katharine Hoover, Geneseo, 111., and Mrs. Fannie Hamel, of Waterloo, both of whom attended the funeral, and one brother, James Bird, of Waterloo, who was unable to attend. There are 22 grandchildren. Mrs. Riley was a resident of this vicinity for many years but for some j time lias been making her home with her children. She united with the Irvington church in March, 1920, but later took her letter to Waterloo. While here Mrs. R.iley was an active member in all the church societies. She had been in ill health for several years, and suffered a strol'e while "en route to the home of her daughter, near Woden, from Waterloo, with her son Melford. She died a few hours later. All funeral arrangements were carried out, as near as possible, according to Mrs. Riley's wishes, which were found recorded in a letter, which she had written before a former operation. Star Class program Plcnsea— A large crowd enjoyed the program given by the Star class Friday evening. The program follows: piano solo, Rachel Becker; song, chorus; prayer, the Rev. A. English song, boys; reading, Albertha Boldridge; .piano solo, Effie Egel; dialogue; song, sextette; solo, Edith Curran; song, chorus; music, piano and violin, Gladys and Bernice Jen ply Co., mdse. ; Xii-Wiiy Corporation, mdse The Laurence Cobeen family, from Tt , rr jr. Dul . in Co ., mdse. ..., ElectriV. Supply Co., mdse. Electric Supply Co., mdse. General E'.ec. Supply Corp., mdse General' Blee.. Supply Corp. mtTse Westinghouse El*c. & Mfg. Corwlth. Manly, spent Friday here hunting pheasants. They stayed at their daughter Mrs.cJulian Arndorfer's. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and chil- with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. J. St. John and little son, of Algona, were Thursday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll here. Miss Irma Arndorfer, R. N"., came home Saturday from the Kossuth j hospital, where she had been on a case a few days. Lorraine Arndorfer suffered an .ttack of grip, and had to miss hursday and Friday from teaching chool. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dow and two hildren, of Belmond, were visiting he Ben Dow family here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton, of Ugona, were visitors at the Fas- xmder and Dow homes Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Stufflick, f Algona, visited at the .August larig home Tuesday. * Mrs. Anton Grandgenett enter- ained her Lai-kin meeting" Thnrs- ay afternoon. A value that never takes a "nose-dive" The value of many things may "sky .rocket" one day and "nose dive" the next. But a truly fine diamond is always worth "face value." That's why it's important to be sure of the true character of a diamond before you buy it. And unless you are an expert, it's wise to seek profes' sional advice. The kind of advice, like oura, which also recommends Gruen Guild Watches—many priced $15 "P- Diamond Bngaacment and Wedding Kinjl tlS-tSQ-HQO A. H. Borehardt Jeweler Co., mdse Fulton Iron' Works, mdso. Beamer Tire & Electric Co., mdse. & labor ......... Ueamer Tire & Electric Co., mdse. and labor .... ..... Paine & Sorenson, mdse. . . Paine & Sorenson, mdse. . . Geo. M. Bechtel Co., bonds WATER FUND. J. W. Kelly, salary ...... Frank Ostrum, salary week Monday night in the Methodist church parlors with Agnes roetsch as hostesses. The study lesson, He Entereth the Home, was n charge of Lily Rasmussen. Plans were made for a bake sale in the south side of the Bennett building Saturday. Alvin and Alice Kluss and sister, Mrs. Grace Gibbons, and children Phyllis and Floricel of Gait, came Friday evening and remained till Sunday afternoon at the parental Fred Kluss home. Roger Gibbons, who has been with his grandparents, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goettch, of Clinton, visited.at the C. H. Geronsin home last week. Mrs. Goetteh Is a sister of Mrs. Geronsin. The men came to poin in the two-day pheasant hunting. . Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers had as guests Sunday the Rev. and Mrs. Snyder and children, Warren and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and daughter Edith, of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, of Armstrong. Mr. and.Mrs. Myron Alderson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sharp and daughters, Bejtty Ann and Ula May, of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, of Ringsted, Sunday. Mrs. Fred Sundemeyer and daughter Lucille, and Mrs. Sundenaeyer's father, S. H. Sorenson, of Mallard, were Sunday guests at the O. J- Ranny home east of town. Supt. and Mrs. G. D. Belken and children, of sen; song, sextette; solo and duet Eft'ie Egel and Oran Hudson; song chorus; duet, Albertha Boldrldge and Jean McConnell; piano solo, Mrs Earl Miller; Bachelor Hall Medley dialogue; duet.with mandolin accom panlment, Vern Christ! and Wm Boldridge; song, girls; song, chorus piano duet, Jensen .sisters; tw songs, chorus; benediction, the Rev A. English. The door collectlor was $lfi.OO. Ilvilells in Irvington Visit— » Mrs. Bert Bedell, of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Walter Bedell and" son, o Spirit Lake, were callers at the tf. L. Roney andi V. J. Schichtl homes Saturday. They reported that they had been accompanied as far as Swea City by Paul Bedell, of Cedar Rapids, and Walter, who left them to go pheasant hunting. Mrs. Bert Bedell and son Paul with Paul's family, left Cedar Rapids for GH- don, where Mrs. Paul Bedell and children stopped to visit her parents. Paul and his mother went on to Spirit Lake for a few days visit with the Walter Bedells. The Be. dells are former Irvington residents. Hunters Come for Open Days— Relatives at the Earl Miller home during the pheasant open season were Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Sturtz, and Earl's brother William, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Currell and son Howard, Thomas McCull, and John Me- Cambridge, all of Boone. A num. her of other friends were also guests Friday and Saturday. Ira Day and son Harold, Waterloo, were Saturday guests at the Andrew Funk home. Missionary Tea Next Weekr- The Missionary society will hold the annual Novembej" tea next week Friday. A .special program will be given and .a 25c supper served. Missionary barrels are to be turned In. The Cresco Embroidery club will meet this week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Carl Brown's. Other Irvingtoh JTews. Mr. and Mrs. Frank pitsworth drove to Boone last wee.k Thursday (Held from Last Week.) Hilda Kelsch, of Clear Lake, spent Sunday with Mr.'and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelch and daughter Mary' Jane, of Tfton-kn, visited with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller, and at the J. L. and N. H. Raskopf homes, .Mrs. Mary Raskopf has been assisting with the housework at G. B. Ludwig's the past few weeks. The Rev. Magnus Schemel, of , spent a day or so here with his sister, Mrs. E. F. Rahrn. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dunlop and children left last Thursday for St. Cloud, Minn., where they were called to the death bed of Mr. Dunlop's mother. They returned Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. William Cobeen, of Manly, spent Sunday with the Julian Arndorfers, and on their return home were accompanied by Florence Cobeen, who had spent the past two or three weeks here. , ... O. E'. Atcheson, salary . . . O. E. Atcheson, salary . . . Laura Mitchell, salary . . . Harry Barton et al, labor F. C. Dailey, labor ....... H. W. Post, frt & dray .... University Laboratory, mdse ....... . .......... Io\va Machinery & Supply mdse. ................ Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. . . Phoenix Meter Corp., mdse. Neptune Meter Co., mdse. Crane Co., mdse .......... Lefghton Supply Co,, mdse. Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. ................ • . WIgman Company, mdse. . Beamer Tire & Electric Co,, labor Tfi.33 150.45 7.30 J.7,56 8.7i: •2.25 2H.45 10.00 i'.i .id 17.84 3.7S 1M.84 .•3.24 17.10 0.45 222.31 ioii.en ••58124 16.20 46.1'5 20.73 aiO.48 6.74 142.37 290.47 40.20 84.73 35.14 5.45 52.61 50.44 ,94.85 3.60 7.85 3000.00 75.00 130.00 100.00 25.00 1|10.0.0 ; 231.20 87.50 3.96 4.00 15.48 31.44 4.C8 .65 .82 37,54 15.72' '57.7.6 68.85 Legal* GENERAL FUND. Frank Grefn, salary P. W. Green, Impounding. H. A. Van Alstynne, salary Tom Akre, rent Jesse Umbenhower, car© of dump Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp., gas & oil Jesse Lashbrook, salary Jesse Lashbrook, salary Elliott Skilling, man: & team Elliott Skilling, man & team Wlllard Gregson, man & NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 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 the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on 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 05/100 ($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, Jowa, Defendants, and E. J. Gilmore, intervenor, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Sixteen (16) in Township Ninety- Four (94) North, Range Twen- Louis Hagg, labor Frank Skilling. labor George Guilder, labor Fred Baumgartner, gravel Fred Baumgartner, gravel Wm, Bowman, labor Tire Service Co.," rridfje. ... Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil.. Nelson Hdwe-Co.', mdse .. S. J. Backus, p. M., postage Matt Murtha, mdse Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. H. w. Post, frt & dray .,. Standard Oil Co., mdse. ... Haggard & Backus, print- Advance Pub. Co.,' printing Chan Doljey, • labor Frank Skilling, .labor .... '. Geo. E. Johnson, mdse. ... Laing & Muckey, mdse ... •LaBarre & Falkenhainer 125.00 1.50 125.00 10.00 12.50 7.93 79.20 25vQO 148.40 28.00 115.85 81.90 90.30 a03.25 50.00 4S.60 1.10 2.55 S.06 .80 1.00 2.25 17.65 11. +5 27.15 26.80 10.67 5.50 32 68 ins. on filter ...... 44 go Beamer Tire & Electric Co.', . mdse and labor ...... • 16 87 H. w. Post, frt & dray . . . urday visiting Fento» frten.de. Mr-j the' to meet Mrs. Ditsworth's mother, Mrs. Mary Harness, who was returning here from Colorado, v^here she had been with another daughter, Mrs,. Ward, for several months. Sbfl plans to spend this winter and summer with the pjtswortbs. Charles Warmbler, of near * was, Lu ty Nine Fifth P. (29) West M., Kossuth of the county, to Iowa; and I will proceed sell said property, or 80 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 of December, 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 and where due attendance will be given by the. undersigned. Dated this 2nd day of November, L, E. HOVBY, Sheriff pf Kossutb county, Iowa, By Everett L. Harris, Deputy, & Muckey, mdse George Holtzbauer, mdse' Republic Flow Meters, m dse Iowa • Machinery & Supply Co., contract 14.39 37.22 19.23 9.52 699.00 34.91 35.60 Wigman Co., mdse 57s!73 H. R. Cowan & Son, mdse'. Geo. L. Miller, labor & m dse H. R. Cowan & Son M. V. Norris '.'.'.'.'.!'. . '355] H. R. Cowan & Son, labor and material ... n 50 C..C. Wright, salary",.!.';; ' Algona Fire Co., 3 fires Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, mdse Am.-LaFrance & Foamite Ind., mdse SEWER FUND. J. W. Kelly, salary .... Fred Hagg et al, labor Botsford Lumber Co. 00 45.00 90.00 17.95 8.01 35.00 27.63 Butterworth Tr"iiek"co""frt '|j<j H. R. Cowan & Son, mdse.. 2^0 POOL FUND. H. w. Post, frt & dray ... 75 K. p. James, nidge ........ j QO C. F. SPECHT, Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City 'Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota ami Minnes FRIDAY AND FRJTE-6EL:, PACKAGE _ Salted Peanuts,~lb. WALNUTS F< BABY SOFT SHELLS PER POUND FRUTE-GEl Assorted Flavors 5 PKGS. 3 V PANCAKE FLOUR NEW CROP Imported Synirna 2 POUNDS FOR BLENHEIM 'APRICOTS NlK APPLE Sliced or Crushed *f "I • V-'.-,'No. 2V-, can JOGl FLOUR "FIRST PRIZE" 49 POUND BAG SUPERB BRAND MILK 4 .' 25c COUNTRY SQBSHUH NEW "CROP NORTHERN NAVY 6 POUND BAG SUPEBAHBER SYRUP! 5 ' 25c BREAKFAST DWARFIES ROLLED OATS TEN POUND BAG PRESERVES 2 POUND JAR 25c| POWDERED BON AMI 2 CANS 25cl Soap P&G WHITE LAUNDRY 3 BARS FOR lOcI RED PITTED CHERRIES 2 N0.20C*! CANSOOCI Here's in washer values Made and guaranteed by leading washer manufacture Never before . . . and, perhaps new again V»H you.9°^ such a washer at such a price. Made anc * T6 «„« Automatic Washer Company <?f Newton, Iowa, V"" "fa not only «>*•»*• specialists for 2,3 years. Washer at an amazingly \oyt price, but you venient and efficient washing 9n4 long dependable washer performance. Its attractive gray pprcelajn wwpieli tub|is tinooib as glass, jnsi.4p and ,p»t«4* / tt modern snd efficient cleanser Wfahef * * ev pieces pr a tuhful. Qtber features include a depsndabte j»otpr, ciiahiofted W rubber; pallooa wringej «?!»» '" ' running jpiietly jn oil Quality fro» to|i w« :-., /I

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