Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 3, 1931
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THE Jbocketbook ornate, TO YOUR FUEL PROBLEM Bo you really give your fuel problem , 'the same careful thought and attention that yo« glvo lo.is important questions? »•••••< Are..you sure that you are buying the most economical kind of o.oal? That you arc burning it properly? That you are saving the HWAT after it has been made? Most 7>oo|>le have probably answered one, and .sometimes two, of those ((iiestions satisfactorily, but it is safe to say that very few take the three elements into consideration in connection with their heating problems. Select the Right Coal First of all, it l.s of primary importance to get the most HEAT for your dollar. Avoid buying coal Impurities. They are not o.nly costly, but cause work and worry. BOTS*X>RD\S PHKIILB8S COAL'la 1 your most economical fuel, because it is practically 100% combustible. It burn.s with very little waste—less than a bushel of ash to the ton. Burn It I'roperljr Our wimple direction card shows you how to get the most HEAT from your coal by proper regulation of your heating equipment. Vt'.s easier to do it right, and it SAVES you MONKY. Many people do it wrong, and, a.s a result, much valuable heat goes up the chimney! Save the Heat J Many roofs are heat leakers. The ! loss JK often a* much as 40%. It can readily be prevented with ATTIC INSULATION, which not only keeps the heat IN during winter, but also keeps it OUT in the summer time. STORM BOOKS ;ind STORM WINDOWS are equally important in this climate. Lot us show you how easily you can prevent heat losses and add to the comfort of your home. BOTSFORD LUMBER COMPANY RUSSIAN LIFE IS STUDIED BY BURT WOMEN Burt, Dec. 1—The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. H. O. Buoll's, with Mrs. J. T. Heany as assistant hostess. The subject of the- program was Children of Russia. The numbers were as follows: roll call, Cities of Russia; The Effect of the Soviet Regime on the Children, by Myrtle Hanna: Colonel Starr's Opinion of Russia, by Mrs. J. W. Porrance: Kerensky's Ideas, by Mrs. a. J. F. Vogel. Chair Culling' Is Studied- Muriel Body, Tt. D. A., held the first training school for the Portland woman's F. B. local loaders Monday at L. V. McWhorler's. Chair caning was studied ami a small frame seat was made. Tho work requires time and patience, but is not difficult. Portland has a number ot okV'chairs to he reflnlshed and recalled. Present at the training school were Mrs. Ed Dittmer, Mrs. S. M. Peterson. Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mrs. Oarnle Hood, Mrs. Tony 'Jandl, Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Mrs. Thco Englor, Mrs. Lewis MeWhorter. Mrs. Will Rings- dorr, Mrs. Bernard Phelps, Mrs. Hans Koostler, Mrs. Ray MeWhor- ter, Mrs. Wyott Stott and Erna Peterson. The Portland F. B. banquet will be held at tho Presbyterian church next work Wednesday. spent Thantaiglvlnt with their parents. } >• >. The Lester Clement family, -Ames, spent Thanksgiving and the remain, der of the week at the C. M. Blossom home. Mrs. Clement*la a daugh> ter of the Blossoms. The Jay D. Graham, 3. G. Sewlck, F. O. Stow, Raymond Housour and Harvey Oraham families spent Thanksgiving day at the J. i T. Graham home near Algona. Norma Bettln and two cousins, Lloyd Veitmler and Melvln Kollman, Charles City, spent Thanksgiving day with Norma's parents, the Arthur Bettlns. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Stow, Wadena, spent Thanksgiving with Of- vllle's parents, the F. O. Stows. Orvllle Is principal of the Wadena high school. Irene Aten, student at Cedar Falls, came to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten. Paul Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, Corwlth, went to Sioux City Sunday to see a sister of Mr. Moore, who was very 111. Mrs. James Christiansen entertained the Fortnightly club at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. Tho N. 1. Morness and N. A. Whltehurst families were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Chas. Larsen home. Mr. and Mrs.' Leonard Marquart and son, Moorhead, S. D., spent sev eral days last week at the J. O. McDonald home. Mrs. Sadie Schenck, Minneapolis, arrived Sunday for a visit at the homo of her son, L.'M. Bchsnck, Who Wet, her,A« Mrs. F. ^" VI. CJ. SowlcUs W«d Twenty Years— A week ago Monday was the 20th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. ft. Sowlck. In honor of the event a crowd of relatives took din ner and went to their home Sunday. Tho J. T. and Robert Grahams, Algon:i., the O. (!. Stows, Wadena, the Charles and Bernard Phelps's, Tl tonka, the F. O. Stows, Harvey D Grahams, th<? R. P. Housours, and J. D. Grahams were presont. 'K. I-. Honors College Student*— The Epworth League held a social in tho church parlors Friday evening. Tho affair was in honor of the college members who wore home on vacation and was a very successful event. On Sunday evening the League hud charge of the evening .service. Dr. Melvln Bourne. Algona, gave a talk and there wore several special musical numbers. , „ spent '(I few day* last' wetek at the home of her daughter, Mrs. -Aldls Carey, at Ames. The Chrla Godfredson family, Rlngsted, and the J, O. Isenberger family were Sunday dinner .guests at the N. M. dodfredaon home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davlson and baby and Irma. Davlson, Rock Rapids, spent Thanksgiving with the W. J. DavlsonSj their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Melnzer spent Thanksgiving with- Mr. Melnzter'a Carrie Melnzer, at mother, Mrs. Fort Dodge. The Elme Klenltz family, Lakota, the G. C. Allen and Clifford Hold Ing families were • Thanksgiving guests at Wilfred Chafee's. Mr, and Mrs. E, H. Staley and daughter Edna went to Minneapolis last week Wednesday to visit their daughter, Mrs. H. L, Reynolds. The Tuesday afternoon -bridge club meets this afternoon at Mrs. C. L. Holding's. Mrs. Nlel Nlelson, Spencer, was a week-end visitor at the home of her parents, the Jas. Armstrongs. A good crowd attended the feather party at the Legion hall last week Tuesday evening. ''•• Helen Thompson, Coe college student, spent a short vacation with her parents, the H. A. Thompsons. Lura Sewlck returned to her school work at Harris Sunday after spending a week's vacation at home. The Rev. J. E. Cllftons spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Clifton's mother at Marathon. Home. Mrs, MathleS Is ft flitter' of Mr. klddek. .. /• A boy, the first child, was borft last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mr». W. D. Oswalt. Mrs. Oswalt was formerly Louelia Fuehsen. Mr. and Mrs. Enls Kajewskl, of Chamberlain, S. D., are visiting the iatter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Nelo Norland. . trene Esser, student nurse at Mercy hospital In Des Molnes, visited several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Esser. Mr. and Mrs. Francte Elbert, Algona, spent Sunday with Whltte- more friends. Mrs. James Crawford spent a few days last week with her daughter, Nelda, Sioux City nurse. A girl was born last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Fowler, west of Whlttemore. The Herman Bodes were Whltte- more visitors last week Tuesday. ifa'^^'W^^JSftb**,*. ea«t dobr 6* m tWtiA fttbtf X'J gton*,.. In Kowuth county, 10w*» the hour ot 1ft o'clock ft, iH.t Of MM day. When'And whOrtL 4u«,fttt«ttd' ano« will bfe given by th« ,«Maiif* Dated this 18th day ot November, 16S1 ' L. B. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, I6W*. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Plaintiffs Attorney. 11*12 J»ifttt on giving furhlture, the lasting Blff fll entire family can en In? ' the «t t Bernliards Twnty Years \V«I— Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernhard celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining a number of relatives and friends for dinner. The guests were the Peter Hayongas, Fenton, the Aaron Taylors, Lone Rock, the Clarence Rieb- lioff family. Mrs. Frank Doege, Al gona, Mrs. Ida Anderson, and Clara Shaw. Classes for \Yonu v n Ended— The last of the evening classes for women, which have l>een held at the schoolhouse every two weeks, will 1)0 held Wednesday evening. These lessons have been given by Charlotto Warrior, teacher of home eco nomics. and have proved very popu lar. Candy making will be this week's -subject. HILDA MEYER, WHITTEMORE, IS MARRIED Last week Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church In Whittemore took place the marriage of Alfred Bruhn, of Fair- vlllo, and Hilda Meyer, of Whltte- more, the Rev. Wm. Faulstlch performing the ceremony, in the presence of a large number of relatives ind friends. Kdna Bruhn, sister of the groom, nd Doris Meyer, cousin of the bride, vere the bridesmaids, and Erwin Jruhn, brother of the bridegroom, ind Alfred' Meyer, brother of the jride, were groomsmen. The bride was dressed in white satin, ankle length, trimmed In vhite lace, and wore a veil held by i wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of pink •oses and white chrysanthemums -ler maids were dressed in yellow and orchid flat crepe. Both carriec >ouquets of pink carnations anc hrysanthemums. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs Herman Meyer, east of Whittemore which was attended by 140. The wedding dinner was served at S o'clock, The bride Is the daughter of Mian d Mrs. Herman Meyer. Mr Bruhn is a son of Mrs. Mary Bruhn The young people will begin house keeping on one of the Bruhn farm near Falrville. JIM. POO!,, Manager I'houu 25« Algona, Iowa Teachers Homo, for Thanksgiving— ' The TRurt teachers spent the Thanksgiving vacation at their var ions homos, Anna Overgaard 'at Ce dm- Falls, Alice Kighme at Shannoi City, Charlotte Warrior at Blockton Myrtle Hanna at Lone Rock, Con dit Wowle at Zearlng, and S. J Fardal at Stanhope. ThanUofferiiifj Program planned— The Woman's Home Missionary society will give their annual Thank- offering program at the preaching hour next Sunday morning. Mrs. C. W. Kggleston is the wife of the j Rev. G. W. Egrgleston, a former pastor of the Burt Methodist church. Cecelia's academy teams, of Algona, vere defeated in basketball by Whitemore. The Whlttemore girls won 2-2, and the boys 21-14. Whltte more teams go to Fenton Friday. Rfldmnn Grade Team Defeated— The basketball team of the Rodman grades lost to the Whittemore cam last week 12-11. Matilda Wag ner made all the points for Whltte- nore. Annette Bestenlehner 16; Party— Friends were ' entertained last veek Monday evening at the Frank Bestenlehner home, the occasion foe- ng Annette Bestenlehner's 16th birthday. F" Want Adi | MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT.— Call Cunningham & Lacy. Tulltf SEVEN ROOM MODERN HOUSE for rent.—Inquire Lars. Sorensen. 9ul2 NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. L. A; Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, of Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County, the application of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Town, as Receiver of the Cot % inty Savings Bank, of Algona, Iowa,Asking that he may be authorized to, sell a certain chattel mortgage ^executed SLEEPING ROOMS Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson, phone 248, 9pl2 by L. S. Young and wife, and to as- FOR RENT.- sign a certain; ShPrlffVcertlflcat^to MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS; also garage, close In.—Phone 532. . ' , 9pl2-13 FOR SALE— POLAND CHINA boar. Scheppma'n . Jr., Irvlng-> — Henry ton. 9pl2-13 FOR RENT—EAST PART OF M. 3. Young house; modern. — Call 316-J. ' I*!' 12 FOR .RENT"— S-ROOM MODERN house.—Mrs. Cora Raney, phone S22-J. llyll FOR SALE— 2 YEARLING Poland China boars. — Robert Loss, phone 20F31. FOR~ RENT~MODERN~ Second house west Works. Hu6tf ROOMS.— of Water FOR \ SALE — BUFF LEGHORN roosters, 7Bc.— Edwin Marty, Lu Verne. 9pll-12 Gem-go L.. Boyle Is Married— Whlttemore friends received wor the past week of the marriage in Chicago a week ago Sunday of Geo. L. Boyle, former Whlttemore young man, and Ruby Peterson, of Sheldon. George was born in Whltte- more, and received his early schooling here. He later attended the University of Iowa, and for a time was employed at the Whlttemore State bank. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Boyle, of San Diego, Calif. The past several years he has been employed in a Chicago bank. His bride visited a. number of times at the home of the Maurice Cullens when they were residents here. Other Whlttemore News. Walter , L. Gockley visited his mother, Mrs. L. M. Gockley recently. Mr. Gockley is employed by the American Telephone and Telegraph Co., in New York City, and had been at Omaha on company business, and a short visit for he was located there at one time. He left last week Monday evening for Minneapolis to look after other company business When Mr. Gockley returns east, .his mother will go with him and remain for the winter. The Walter Gock leys recently moved from Brooklyn, where they had been living, to Teaneck, N. J. 'Friends were entertained at the R. H. Behnke home southeast ' of Whittemore last Thursday evening Hosts were Herman and Esthei Behnke. Rook and 500 was played at six tables. Rae Koestler won high for girls, Bernice Balgeman low, Lawrenz Gade high for boys and Henry Hahn low. Games wen played after the card game. Luncli was served at midnight. Out o town guests were Joseph Qulnn, o Rock Rapids, S. D.; Beada Kollash Rae and Arnold Koestler, Burt. The Arthur Heidenwith family spent last Thursday with Mr. Hei denwtth's sister, Mrs. Fred Wegener, Lone Rock. Other guests were Erwin Heidenwiths, and Mrs. FAMOUS COUGH PRESCRIPTION Almost instant relief from coughs la now guaranteed in the use of the physician's famous prescription called Thoxlne. It works on an entirely flifferent principle; having a dou.Vde Option, it relieves the throat irritation and goes direct to the internal cause not reached toy cough syrups anil patent medicines and tho cough etops like magic, usually with the very first swallow. Taken before retiring, Thoxine absolutely prevents night coughing and insures a good night's Bleep. Jit eij'cs the same speedy relief for Bore 'throat too. Contains no chloroform or-harmful drugs. Children l^ke it: Remember—relief within 15 •minutes from coughs or sore throat, or your 'money back. 35c, GOc; $1.00 liottles. Sold by Lusby Drug Company and all other good drug Community Club Has Dinner — The Community Club had a dinner and business meeting at the Marvin hotel Friday evening'. About twenty were present. Plans were made for the proper observance of Christmas. Rural School Announces Program — There wil be a program at the Staley schoolhouse southwest of Burt Friday evening, December 4. Lunch will be served. Ruth Fraser is the teacher, School Hand 1'lans Show — The Burt band is making preparations and practicing for a minstrel .show which will be given in a few weeks. WANTED — MARRIED MAN ON farm.—H. O. Chambers, Corwlth, phone 4 on 12. 10pl2 FOR SALE~DELCO LIGHT plant. J. M. Thllges, Bode. One mile west of St. Joe. l'SplO-12 enjoy. We are very happy tod j BECAUSE— u »l In checking up on business done in ti, November we have found that we wl moft th| $140.00 of doubling our November S ° % "H year ago, > l »'ness of -J , , Thbse figures p'rove to us that sucn and adjoining counties Do 6VErtHE^';REAM^-"MEAN A SAVlNr*"! |OLK| WHO' BUV THEIR FURNlS AT OUR FLOORS AJIK LOADED with beautiful new; living room, bedroom and room suites; also a full new line of the larp«> ^ u " tidies, arid last but not least Iate st giftj the premises described. rt west Quarter (NW«/ 4 ) of Section 23. i Township 96, Range 28, West of thoj ' 5th P. M.. nnd to nr n.'certnln rl-- flclency judgment held bv said Receiver against A. W.' Yoi-nir .-P-V Louise Young, to Clinton Youns f«r the sum of $1750.00 as per terms set out In said application and hearing on sold application hns b°en set for Thursday, thn 10th r'?>v of December, 1931. at two o'oln'-k p. m.. at the Court House In Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and plnce you may "npear and show cause, If any you have, why the prayer of said application i^ould not be granted and order entered asi therein prayed. 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. 12 NORGE Refrigeration FOR SALE, CHEAP— Hand washer, gas engine. — In- 10pl2 or to run with quire Advance. WANT TO BUY — A FEW GOOD fresh milch cows to freshen soon. —Address Advance. ISulOtf FOR SALE — PURE BRED Spotted Poland China Boars. Cholera Immune. M. L. Barton, Lu Verne. ttOpllG SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT; also room for one car.—Mrs. W. Spurbeck, 801 East State St., phone 241-W. 17pl2-15 FOR SALE—1 TON FORD TRUCK with Warford transmission; extra good. AVill trade for anything you have.—Helberg Garage. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO SEW, ATfD CONVEY HEAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. L. A. .Andrew, Superintendent of Banking Plaintiff, of the State of Iowa, —which is the biggest'seller in the State of Iowa t day, and one of the three largest sellers in the ill There is a reason. Ask us about it and see theNn in operation on our floors. RICHARDSON'S Furniture WHERE FURNITURE SELLS FOR FOR PASTURAGE—150 ACRES OF corn stalks, 100 acres of sweet clover; five stacks of straw. Indoor shelter—Inquire Advance. 21pl2 DUROC BOARS FOR SALE—Im- munzled for cholera, flue; S milking Shorthorn heifers; prices suit times.—J.' P. Mousel, Bancroft. 18pll-15 Marriage on Thanksgiving— Last Thursday morning at St. Michael's Catholic church Michael Koppen and Mrs. Emily Brackner were married by the Rev. Father Veil. The couple was attended by Frank and Lilly Koppen, brother and sister of the bridegroom. The bride wore violet velvet with gold luce and a metallic hat. Her maid wore a gown of navy blue and hat to match. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Koppen will live in the Koppen residence in the east part of town. Aid Supper Tomorrow The Aid will serve dinner in the church day, December 4. a chicken parlors Fri- Other Burt News. The J. G. McDonalds and theii guests, the Leonard Marquarts, of Moorehead, S. D., the R. F, Elvldges Teachers Enjoy Vacation— The. following teachers spent the veek-end at their respective homes Ruth Balgeman, Sheffield, visited with her parents, the F. J. Balge nans; Delores Finnell, Rockwell visited her parents, the H. H. Fin nells; Harriet Fish, Lone Rock, vis ited her parents, the W. T. Fishs Mary D. Schilz, Whittemore, visit ed in Fort Dodge; Verena Hentges high school teacher, visited with friends in Mason City. GUARANTEED RELIEF FOR DIZZY SPELLS IT'S FllEK IV IT F/ULH the Emily Heidenwith, Lotts Creek, the Walter Thompsons, Lone Rock, the Henry Kuecks, Seneca, and the Erwin Heidenwiths. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Kueck are sisters and Mr. Heidenwith is their, brother. Mrs. Emily Heidenwith is their mother. Phe guests brought filled baskets. The Herman Harms and Herbert Balgeman families, West Bend, Mrs. fred Rudnick and two eons, Clayon, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gentz and daughter, Kankakee, 111., and Esther Behnke, were Sunday uests at F. J. Balgeman's. The roup was entertained at Bruce Mller's last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell, of Blue Earth, were accompanied to Whittemore last week Wednesday by Mrs. Frank Bell and children. The latter remained at the D. Cordes home for an extended visit. The Henry Bells returned to Blue Earth the same day, Joseph Kajewski, who has been living on the C. R. Keeper farm, northeast of Whittemore, for sev eral years, has rented a farm near New Richla.nd, Minn., and some of his machinery has already been moved. FOR SALE— 3 SPOTTED POLAND China boars, wt. about 185 to 200 Ibs. ; cholera Immune. Also two Swiss bull calves. — W. H. Godden, phone 293. 24ul2 RED HEAD HEATERS FOR~FORD and Chevrolet^. Your money back If not satisfied, you be the Judge. More heater for less money at Helberg Garage. 25pl2 WANTED—ALL KINDS OF RAW furs and hides; highest market price paid.—A. P. Nelson, located third house north of Milwaukee depot, Brlttr phone 195. 25pl2 50 DUROC BOARS, SPRING AND fall farrow, the best In Iowa at sacrifice prices; immune. See these boare before buying.—H. S. Fain, 3 miles north of Emmetsburg. 27pl2-15 Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors, Creditors and Other Persons Interested In the Receivership of the, Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that there Is now on file in the office of tho 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 Kossuth County- State Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell the East One-half of the Southwest Quarter, and the West One-half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Five (5) in Township Ninety-four (94) North, Range Thirty (30) P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, to H. E. Rist upon the terms and conditions set out in said application, to which you are referred for further particulars, and to cancel and terminate a certain contract entered ' into between the Kossuth County State Bank and one Ben Gerber for sale of the above described real estate all of which Is more fully set forth in said application. Yon are further notified tjiat the hearing on said 'application will be held at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, on December 10th, 1931, at two o'clock p. m., of eald day, at which time you may appear and show cause, If any you have, why an Order should not be entered, authorizing said sale and the termination of enses High Save, on Clothes the DRY CLEANING WAY Making last season's wardrobe serve another win isn't going to be any hardship or at any sacrifice! your good appearance if you let us do the work. Yoi garments will not only look like new but they'll E like new. And the savings are so considerable at c today's low prices. PATRONIZE A HOME INSTITUTION ELK CLEANERS & TAILORS Corner Call arid Dodge Streets. PHONE! VE HAVE A PARTY WANTING to buy some milch cows. If you lave any that you want to sell or enow of anyone wanting to sell some ows, write the Advance. 32ul-0tf NOTICE FOLKS—I WIUL appreciate you calling at my home when n need of W ATKINS PRODUCTS. H. J. Vande Steeg, 22 E. McGregor, your Watklns dealer. 26pll-13 Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kaschmitter When your head whirls and everything around you is swimmingr* when the ground itself seems to nick be- nc-ath your feet, take a tablespoon- (ul of Dare's Mentha Pepsin. . It settles your head like magic— gluts you 1>ack on your keel—Ktops any nausea—rmakes you feel better ell over. And it is so warm ai^d comforting while if is going' down! • Keep on taking it for a while— about a tablespoonful l>ofore your »neals. If one bottle doesn't make you fitel that you are getting rid of dizzy "spells for good—money back. 13. A\ r . Lusby or any i-e-spon-sible druggist in America eells Da.ro'« that guarantee. Fish-Oysters THURSDAY AND FRIDAY LONG'S Food Shop Mrs. Maude Hanna and son diaries Mrs. Mary McDonald, Mrs. Anna Stow, the II. W. Trainers, J. A Trainer, and Mrs. Laura Paine, Al gona, were Thanksgiving dinne guests at tho W. T. Trainer home. Clifford Schrader and Willis Chip man and their employer, a Mi Teach, Milwaukee, Wis., arrivec Saturday for a short visit. Clifford will remain here for a time, but the others returned to Milwaukee Monday. Mayl>elle Gray, student a.t Morningside college, came last week Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, the. O«o. LT-fJrays, who' took her back to Sioux City Sunday. Mrs. F. L. Pratt and daughter j Zelpha Ilae went t o Klsworth last wet-k Wednesday to spend. Thanksgiving and tho remainder of the week with Mrs. Pratt's mother, Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller and Mrs. I. w. Cooper, Conilla, S. D., visited from Thursday to Sunday at the Win. Yugel home. Mrs. Miller Ls Mrs. Vogc-l's sister and Mrs. Cooper is her mother. Mrs. Richard Whitman, .Superior, Wis., was called hero last week Wednesday by the serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Y). L. Godden. Mrs. Karl Vincent, Algona, was also called to help cure for her mother. The Rev. S. H. Aten, P. F. 'Kriethe, n n ,| the Rev. Mr. Gladstone, Lone Rock, attended a called Presbytery int-otiug at Fort Dodge Monday. Winsome Yolentine, who teaches at Sanboru, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, the A. G-. Volentlnes. Russell and Myron Chipman, John Schroeder. Wendell Patterson, and Raymond Bleich, Ames students, Relatives Hurt in Car Crush— Herman Bierstedt was advised last week that his wife's sister, Mrs. Hofschleld, her husband and a daughter were Injured in an auto crash while on their way to Whittemore to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bierstedt. Near New Ulm another car ran into the Hofschleld car, wracking it, and Injuring the occupants so -they were in a hospital for several days. Lumberyard Bulldu New Slieds— Work on the new Fullertun lumber sheds is progressing rapidly. The footings have been completed and the studdlngs for the side wall erected. When completed the shed will be larger than the one torn down, and it will be possible to store lumber in a much more satisfactory manner. The front will be of brick and the sheds will be connected with the present brick office 'building. said contract. Dated this 2nd day of December, 1931. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. By R. H. Miller, Examiner in Charge. 12 rings in a wiile choice n/ designs Sjo, ?;oo Have us reserve that diamond gift now! | While you have time to shop leisurely, come in and let us help you with the selection of an exquisite diamond ring or brooch to present at Christmas. You'll find only perfect stones, set in the very'newest mountings —artistically engraved and pierced designs that will add greatly to the diamond's charm. Lovely Gruen Guild Watches, diamond set, are here, too, for your selection. A. H. Borchardt Jeweler WANTED— A COMPETENT reliable maid for general housework. to begin January 1. Please apply personally. Call mornings only. — have moved from the old Hackei residence to the George Schach house in the east part of town. The Wm. Voight family moved from the old O'Brien house to the Otto Esse residence In the-south part of town Karl Connors, of New Hampton and Pearl Cash, of Lamont, vlslte the past week at the home of Mi and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien. Mr Connors is a brother of Mrs. O'Brie and is an auto salesman. Kdwin Grelnert was taken from the Dr. J. W. McCreery hospital last week Tuesday to the home of his grandfather, Fred AVegener. 13d- win recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. a'nd Mrs. Arnold Kuecker, daughter Jerry and son-Jimmy, and J. K. Walker and son Kalph were Thanksgiving guests at Delbert Walker's, Dollver, Minn. Delbert is a son of J. K. Mrs. Andrew Miller, of Rockwell, is visiting at the Michael Baumeai home. Mrs. Miller is Mrs. Baumen's mother. I^ast Thursday they were guests at Andrew Miller's Jr., at Rockwell City. Helen Farrell and Helen McMahon left Friday for Chicago to visit rel- lire. Jos. S. Auner, 400 S. Jones. 23ul2-13 SOME VERY CHOICE LARGE type S. C. R. I. cockerels for sale If taken before Dec. 15; the color is a deep even red. They are from good laying strain. Guaranteed to please —Mrs. H. J. Bode. 34pll-12 WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the busines which originates In Algona they could hire three or four more print ers to earn and spend their money here. 45t Hit! New Star Ba« LEGAL NOTICES Four Have Birthdays Same Day— I utives> The fo ,. mel . ls employed in Relatives and friwids gathered at Attorney Thompson's office ut Forthe Henry Schultz home southeast of Whittemore last Thursday evening to help Mrs. Henry Schultz. her son George Schultz. and her twin daughters, Ruth and Kdna. celebrate their birthdays, all ot whom were born on Thanksgiving day. Midnight lunch was served. c*tt City, and the latter teaches near Lone Rock. The Rev. C. W. Gille, Ellsworth, Car |>rf!iks Horse's John Haag, south of Wlilttemore, lost a. horse last week Monday evening. The horse was hit by a car and suffered' a broken leg. The horse had broken loose and got out on the road. Fog and rain clouded the road, and the driver of a West Bend auto did not see the horse. Algona Academy Teams Lose— Wis., spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Catherine O'Brien. Tho Rev. Father Gille visited here a few years ago. He is a nephew of Mrs, O'Brien. Hugo -Meyer, son of Mr. and Jlrs. \Vm. Meyer, has rented the Christ Meyer farm. Leo P. Elbert. who has had It for several years, will move to a form near Garner. The Whittemore public school girls' basketball team have J)ew trunks. They are purple,, in gold to match the sweaters and Jackets. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of n 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 3rd day of October, ia31, in favor of Fenton Stute Bunk, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Fenton State Bank, substituted plaintiff, as plaintiff, and against George W. Newel, as defendant, for the sum of Five Thousand Four Hundred Sixty-three and Ql/100 ($54C3.C1) Dollars and the records of said court shows a balance still due In the sum of Four Thousand One I Hundred Thirty-four and 28/100] ($4134.28) Dollars and costs, and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property us the property of the said George W. Newel to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Lot Three (3) In Block Fo.ur (4) of VV'etsbrod'^i Addition to X^enton, and i will proceed to sell ArmourV with FIXED by the «double-r procM HOUSEWIVES have discovered <, W w"Mar" <»C particular \*®>#\ ... ArmourV Star Bacon, prepared by the "double-^ P a complete revision of our cure and wnoke method*. was alrca. / the mo.t melting, roofcth-watering morsel .,1 decorated a dub. But we were tent on "doing the jn>P" | Mr. and Mrs. CarJ {children, of "Witaor. Last week Wednesday eyejUng St. the J tfeC a,t tU_e Mathlea Minn., and said property, or so much thereof as njay be necessary to satisfy execution, -grith costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the high- meaninf — -, _ — ,- a g Of "donbM" when the fat > the pwl , «nd tha, glorious « through the kitchen, And you yonr fo*«ivi4e 9 each ft*"** »°* formly »Uc«d in <w*°n 8 » nd te L or your dealer will dice It from piece, A* for Star »»««». flavor. Amour im4 Comply Armour'i fixed Fhwor Star Bacon wat uted in the Advance cooking tchori * tof tm*efc, iw*! MaVs/^'S

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