Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1932 · Page 6
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WOE SIX kossvtii cmmft AM>ofrA;KWA BANCROFT GIRL GIVEN SHOWER AT LONE ROCK tane Rock, Feb.'2—Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blerstedt gave a miscellaneous shower last Thursday-for their niece Marietta Heck, recently married Hans Boderius, of Bancroft, Qutsts were the Ferdinand Bierstedt family, Mr. and Mns. Ferdinand Os- yjfald, and the Vernon Gade family, dfi Whittemore. Lillian Bierstedt, A$t Gade; the August Bierstedt iatnlly, the Wm. Mattson family, of Algona; the Fred Bierstedt family atod Lester Miller, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bierstedt and son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and eon, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, of Hurt; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heck and son, and Mr. and Mrs. .Hans Brodarius, all of Bancroft; and Kathryn Stebrltz, of Lone Rock. Attend Relative's Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger, and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz attended the funeral ot their uncle, Fred Baessler, who was buried at Livermore Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles: Schultz. of Forest City, also attended and they returned home with the Schultzes for an over-Sunday visit. New Acronl ('lippkeil In— A. D. Ulmer. of Eagle Grove, came Saturday to be checked out as station agent. Mr. Mica, of Ringsted, will lie the new agent and will move his family here as soon as a house is available. Howard Stephen-.-;, of Goldfield. has been relief agent. Surprise Party Is Given- Mrs. F.'E. Genrich gave a surprise party in honor of Supt..L, E. Godfrey at the latter's home Saturday. Present were: Coach and Mrs. V. V. Frye. Mr. and Mrs. F. 13. Genrich. Floy Jones, Juanlta Dunn. Harriett Fish, Mrs. Oscar Raring, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanohard. Former Whittemore Girl's Husband Passes Suddenly Whlttemore, Feb. 2. — Relatives were notified Sunday that Ferd. Heise, Easton, Minn., was seriously 111. The August Schattschneiders and Frank Schattschnelcler left Immediately. Mr. Hcise died that evening. He was a son-in-law of the August Schattschneiders and : a. brother of Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, of Algona. Mr. Helee is well known ,in Whlttemore, having visited many times here. Mrs. Heise was formerly Martha Schattschneider. The Heisea have five children, three boys and two girls. 'Presentation Defeats Einmetsbnry— •Last week Tuesday evening the St. Mary's, •Emmetsburg, B. B. teams played on the local floor against the Presentation academy teams. The boys' game was a real fight, two overtime periods being necessary to decide it. Whittemore boys won, 17-16. In the girls' game Whltte- more girls won an easy victory, 221. A number ot the local academy grade pupils were sent in. On the Friday evening before these games the Presentation girls played at Emrnetsbtirg and won, 6G-0. Shower Honors Mnta Bnlfreinnii— A miscellaneous bower was given Sunday in honor of Meta Balgeman at the home of Mrs. George Balgeman, south of Whlttemore. Cards were played, after which lunch was served, and the bride-to-be unwrapped many gifts. Hosteses were Sadie Kettelson and Mrs. George Balgeman. Klii" 1'ostponos H. H. Games— Basketball games scheduled to be played at Lone Rock Friday evening by the Whittemore and Lone Rock teams was postponed because a number of players were sick with the flu. Eight Are 111 In Bed- Herman Volght has been 111 In bed for a week with the flu. Others 111 last week were: Mrs. R. A. Behnke, Verdell Lourltzen, Lester Qulnn, Leo Doegotch, Wm, Koenecke and son Erwln, and Dorothy Heldenwlth. Patient Returns from Rochester— Edmund Dahlhauser has returned from Rochester, where he recently underwent an operation for the removal of a bone tumor in one of his arms. Farewell for the l>eo Elberts— Thirty guests gave the Leo El- •berts a surprise farewell party Friday evening. Five hundred was played and a gift was presented to the Elberts. Boy's Arm Broken In Fall— Lyle, son of Mr. and Mrs.' A. F. Kuhn, suffered a fractured forearm last week Monday, when he fell out of the hay mow at the Kuhn farm. Lutheran Choir Plans Play— The St. Paul's Lutheran choir will present Step on It, Stan!, Sunday- evening, February 8. Other Wliittemore News. Mrs. H. C. Meyer, has . returned from three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William Travis, Kenosha, Wis. Mrs. Trevls recently underwent an operation for tumor and is recovering, though slowly. En route, home Mrs. Meyer, visited her son, S. A. Ehlers, Madison, Wis., briefly. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arndorfer, of Cor,with, with Mr. and Mrs. John Dorweiler and Philip Dorweiler, West Bend, -were Whittemore visitors la.st week Tuesday. .. ' The Lutheran Y. P. S. postponed the business, meeting from last Thursday to February 11. The Lu- theran choir Jjractlces ne*t Hi«rt J d *y- »** Durwood Walters, «on of Mr. ana Mrs. Leo .Walters, Algona, spent the week-end with his grandmother, Mrs. Joe Walters and aunt, Geneva Walters. . . Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward were guests last week Tuesday at an evening bridge party at County Agent and Mrs. E. R. Morrison's, Algona. St. Paul's Lutheran school was closed Friday because of much sickness among'pupils, and -bad roads. Mary D. Schllz, high school teacher, was sick last Thursday and Fri^ day with the flu. The Fenton boys and girls' teams play the locals this Friday on the local floor. M-rs. John Schumaker, Bancroft, visited last week Tuesday at W. F. Kelly's. s ' NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Case No. 13897. STATE OF IOWA, , KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. 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 20th day of January, 1932, in favor of The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as plaintiff, and against William H. Altwegg, as defendant, for the sum of Twelve Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty- two and 90/100 ($12,832.90) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Eighty-Seven and 77/100 (H87.77) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said William H. Altwegg, Jesse Altwegg, C. B. Murtagh, County Savings Bank .Algona, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of. Iowa, as Receiver .of the County Savings Bank, .A'sona, Iowa, People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, L. A. Andrew', Superintendent of Banking of the State, of Iowa, as Receiver of the People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, tft , &Mt e**critten.,. td^t: ifiWflst Quartet- <*W14) of tfumbef (iS) In *owflsnl|» lumber tt!nety-$l* (96), Ndrth, •ot "Range Number Twenty-Bight (28) West; ftnd 1 will proceed to sell said property, ot so much thereof a* ipay be necessary to satiety said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 27th day of February, 1932, at the east door of the. Court House In Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. »., of saldi day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 27th day of January* 1932. L. B. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kpssuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. R. F. Clough, Plaintiff's Attorney. 21-22 Council Minutes "Algona, low'a, January 28, 1932 —City council met In' regular session on this .day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND J. W. Kelly, salary _. _$ 165.00 Leo Bellook, salary 150.00 Walter Gorman, salary 135.00 Ray Barton, salary 130.00 Tom Halpln, salary ._.._._ 135.00 H. E. Stephdnson, salary -- 130.00 C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary 145iOO Cleve Barton et al, labor— 27.00 Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., mclse. _. 30.61 Electric Supply Co., mdse. _ SS.1G Shaw-Walker, mclse. _-_•— 50.50 The Brown Instrument Co., mclse. 17.52 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mclse. 32.SO Terry-Durin Co., mclse. .__ 30.82 Kennedy & Parsons Co., mclse. _ 12.G2 Vacuum Oil Co., lub. oil — 90.61 W. N. Albertsou & Co., repairs on meters ,' 21.25 Security 1 WtroletttHi/-' C. M. ft i>n, R, t) t jfames, nictee. i Standard Oil Cd., gas and oil 1.^..^.^-. Matt Parrott ft Sons Co., mdse. _j.-..—* Clapp's Master Service, repairs ———-••—».j— W. H. Horan Electrical Co., mdse, —. •"• > Skelly Oil Co./gas and oil— Northwestern Bell ,Tel. Co. Joint use of poles Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, mdse. and repairs — Norton Machine Works, mdse. and repairs C. H. Chapman et at, refund deposit Ernest Thtel, meter reading Laura:'Paine, recorder, recording- ——i— -i j—-• Creeco Union Blec. Co. sign Northwestern Bell Tel. Co- service . --— : Henry Thompson, refund mdse. 1 —.— H. W. Post, frt. and dray. H. W. Post, frt. on lub. oll. Ry. Express Agency, express — Western Union Telegraph Co., time sei-vlce Algona Insurance Agency, Ins. on cars . -Nelson Hd\v. Co., mdse. — WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary — Frank Ostrum, salary —O. E. Atcheson, salary O. E. Atcheson, salary Laura Mitchell, salary . McCord Radiator & Mfg. Co., mdse. '— Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co., mctse. — Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse. ." — State University of Iowa, water tests Earl Bowman et al, labor — R'y Express Agency, express —. H. AV. Post, frt. and dray.— ". \ f « ' ; 4^rpf{ v , ^ ,, <* -nf? -' V"-' ^y" ^^l^mS^^^,^ BUSINESS DIRECTfS lAnf'iil'Y— 1 -*"" ••>••"->• "|-| • . "I 222.42 186 54.60 1.00 17.25 80.50 5.00 44,62 10.00 32.50 2.00 5.60 11.90 1.50 9.85 2.83 4.43 4.50 30.60 2.90 75.00 130.00 90.00 35.00 110.00 5.17 17.28 13.16 2.00 , 114.55 2.21 1.43 ft. A* Vain Atetfne. " M Afere, »nt, .i.-A-k-t-j' r-, W. ' Green"; burying oofs N. W. Beit Tel. Co., serVlce" Jesse umbenhower, eare of dump '•".»—i-»***—"»•Geo. L. Miller, labor and material —.... .-_.—...—• Nelson Jttw,, mdae, ...«—>. Jesse Lashbrook, satary ... Jesee Lashbrook, salary ... Elliott Skllllng, man and team J....... ....— Elliott Sklllfng, man and Wlllard Oregson, man and team _*..— ....— Wfllard Gregson, man and, team'. ;- -.-—..».<.—a-i George Gunder, street labor Frank Skllllng, street labor Louis Hagg, street labor— F. S, Norton ft Son, mdse. . Skelly OH CO., ga« and oil- Spear ft McVay, labor with team ... ;— --Charles Harvey et al,.labor Tire Service ,Co., jndse. .... Kent Motor'Co.j mdse. __— Mid - Continent ' Petroleum Co., gas and oil ——..-•Algona Insurance Agency, public Ha.b. —— .--Advance Pub. Co., printing- Haggard & Backus, print- Ing ,- : FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary C. & N. W. R'y Co,, frt. on tanks Clapp's Master Service, mdse. — — Star, Brass -Mfg. Co., mdee._ Skelly Oil Co., gas and 'oil- Algona Insurance , Agency, public llab.-"--— r —'--—.— Algona Fire* Co. SEWER FUND .1. W. Kelly, salary -'. C. F. SPECHT, Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk.' "126,06 . 16,06 1.00 «.25 ' 6.06 8.45 6.4$ 54.20 50.00 85.80 28.00 «7.«e '•r.14,00' 66:85 27-80 24,76 . 8.78 29.50 109.70 10.40 11.47 10.08 ' 15.30 40.19 founded " , fttfft6ftitt,li< 1968, at the' P oatof '. M Al*6n*, 16WA, Uhder the ' 0* IfefCh 2, 1879. W. B. Quartan • H. \ QUARTOH ft MILIEU* Law Offices. Phono: Office 427, residence 1141 Algona, Iowa. ' tt t. BOKAR Attotney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg Office phone. 480-W. Algona, I OW| | 4B.OO 6.,30 51.90 10.75 2.05 36.00 90.00 3"5.00 Mayor. MeKXHON ft TajfUiil J. Wr Sullivan s. E. .! L. fi. LInnan , Attorneye-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. w. s., g. E. McM., 403. Algona,'l IfARRINGTON ft DICKINSON T. P. Harrington L. j. r . ; Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. p. B. J. YAW-NESS, O. W. ' " : '' . .Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 218- W. Algonq. i o fl. D. Shumway :••• •'•• ' E. b SHUMWAY ft KEI.LY ••''',:. '• "Attorneys-at-Law Office •' In Qulnby Block Phqne 68 ;/ Algona, Ion| 1-. A. WINKEI, , . Atttorney-nt-Linv Office; ln..'Quinby Bull'tling , Phone 180 DOCTORS Four Games This The baskc-lbjill teams will play at Ledyard Friday niRht. Tuesday the Whittomorp teams plnys here. Last Friday's Ramp with Whlttemoro was cancelled because of illness. The high school declam will be held in the prym next week Wednesday. Attends Ames Short COIISP— Banker N. L. Cotton took Mrs. Cotton to Fort Dodge Sunday, where she was met by the Harley Shellltos, of Ames. Mrs. Cotton will attend the short course at Ames while there. Tfciv Business to Open— Theodore Krueger. of Fenton, brother of Alfred and Alex, will open a harness shop and shoe repair and plumbing shop combined. In what was formerly the butcher shop, next door to the pool ball. Operetta flnto Postponed— The grade operetta, planned for this week Wednesday, has been postponed for a week or ten days because, of bad weather. The vote will be announced next week. Hntclipry Gets First Hatch— W. J. Cotton will set the first hatch of eggs this week. One machine will be filled. Other Lone Rock News. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson left Cor Ames last week to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Rods<?i's returned with them last week Thursday. They have Vented the farm now occupied by the Ralph Hurlburts for the coming- year. Alex Krueger, Alex Radig, George Hanna and Oeo. Nyman, went to Fort Dodp;e la.st week Tuesday to attend the annual grain dealers convention. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen entertained the Ray Jensens, W. J Cottons, and Alfred Kruegers Saturday at bridge. Mrs. Harvey Rath and Gertie ELs- enbergwr left for Bern, Kas., last week on busine.ss. Neva Ilath is assinting at the Rath home. Mrs. Alex Kruc-gei: entertained the Larkin clul) last' 'week Wednesday. Rustifll rind Delbert Sharp, working at Omaha, were over-Sunday Visitors at home. Mrs. H. ,T. Rice, entertained '.the Sewing elul) last week Wednesday. There were in present. ,.; Mrs. Lillie Thompsun will entertain this Thursday. Imogens Roderick has been ill V/ith flu for the past week. Delmer Angus' went to Chicago Saturday with a car of cattle. The Auxiliary meets next week Wednesday at Mrs.' Kay Jensen's. Sexton Mrs. Cooper, wJio lives with. her daughter, Mrs. Albert Martinek, fell Friday morning while .she was getting out of bed and broke one of her hips. She is 81 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson were made grandparents again Fridaj evening, when a daughter was born to Mr. and Mra...Charles Barrlck- man. Mrs. Barrickman was ,fp>v merly Prances Nelson. The Bar'rick- mans also have a little boy. There was only a small attendance at church and Sunday schoo Sunday morning tiecayse of ba« roads and weather. Few are able to get out. The choir practiced at, Harvej Steven's Monday evening. Grace Miller, music teacher in the Algona schools, is directing. , Mrs. James McEnroe returned Friday from Kansas City, . when she had spent several, .weeks >. will her daughter Lyle, how Mrs. H Pugh. Mr. and Mrs. William Neuroth entertain at a dance at the hal here Friday evening. Not manj could attend, as the roads were ful of snow. The party was given in honor of the wedding anniversary o Mr. and Mrs. Neuroth. Dorothy Fraser spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Roy Sarch ett, north of Algona. Edward, 4-year-old son of Mr. an. VfB. Leo J. Miller, has been 6er i ,„..„,„ 3 Jok wlth congeguon eof 6el1 but is improving now. ' Like' the Grenadiers of "tM great and conquering armies —who in fighting abilitj\ and stature stood head and shoulders above all others. ' ' -s GRENADIER Re«.U.S. Y/Pat.Off. PRONOUNCED GREN-A-DEER' UNUSUAL HEATIN4 COMFORT FOR A PEW EXTRA PENNIES Don't put up with the indifferent\esults of just any old coal this winter. That's so unnecessary! For a few extra pennies a day you can be sure of complete comfort and heating satisfaction all winter long. / A few extra pennies a day-that's the difference in the cost of Grenadier coal and ordinary coal. And what a difference those few pennies make! Heat in a hurry when you need it— a slow-burning fire in milder weather-no clinkers-very little ash-less smoke and soot- no fussing with dampers and doors. - Never before have pennies counted so much for health and comfort! Play safe this winter-bum Grenadier. Order your supply today from the nearest Authorized Dealer listed below. GRENADIER COAL Sold and Guaranteed by . . FRED ANDERSON In Algona: In Bancroft: W. A. MURRAY Jn Galbraith: KUNZ GRAIN CO In Luverne: KUNZ GRAIN CO. In Wesley: KUNZ GRAIN CO. InOttosen: FARMERS CO-OP. ELEVATOR SOCIETY M, an/ „ » 0,, nam, „, sati .g ltt y, . , KENEFICK ft 'KENEKICKT :>'•', Phy»lclun»;;nnd Surgeons "v. Office over Rexall Drug store Office- phone .300 M. J. Keneflck, M..D., res. phone III J. N. Keneflck, M. D., res. phono JS C. H. CRET/MEYEU Physician and Surgeon Offlqe In John Galbraith Block ;,. Phones: Office, 310; res., 444. Algona '•"' ^ iom . P. V. JANSE, M. I). ;i . Physician .an.d*,8iirgeon Office on''South''SDodge Street Phones: Office, 666; .residence, • -•• . . Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Qulnby Bldg., Room 14. | Phone No. 12 MEI/VIN G. BOURNE , I'hyslclnn and Surg'con . Office in Postoffice Block Phones: (Sffice, 197; residence, ill 1)R. W. D. ANDREWS Osteopatlilc Physician iind Su , Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat— X-ray Office over Hub Recreation Partol Phones: Office, 187; .residence, R. A. EVANS, M. I). Olistretlcs and Electrotherapy viz: Diathermy and Ultra Violet I . Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office 3011 Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. H.M. OLSON Dentist. Gas and novocaine used f of traction. Located over Christensen Store. I Phones: Business'166;'residence fllf Algona, Iowa CHIROPRACTORS DR. R. J. TIIIS8EN Palmer Graduate Chiropractor Thirteen year's, successful pn Office over State's Cafe VETERINARY L. W. POX Veterinarian West'State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 47S-W.; res., 475;' BUILDING CONTRACTOi COWAN ft- SON General Contractors Estimates .Furnished.] Phones: Business, 63i)-.T; reap MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WOIIK8 j Machinists and Welders Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearingil West of Courthouse Phonejf PRODUCE SWIFT ft COMPANY Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggs, and Hides Matt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264. INSURANCE K088UTH COUNTY =« \ INSURANCE ASSOCIATES j Over $15,OQO,000 worth, of insurr In- force. "A home' company, i •ecure. J, O. Paxson, Secret! THE ALQONA INSURAKCl] AGENCY C, B. L« Barr« Al Falkcnh . Reliable Insurance Service Phong 65 City Property Loan* Farm 'Insurance. Rent testate. CUNNINGHAM ft fcACY 107 W, Stfrte St. Algona,Jj JOE GREENBBRO ( New and used Auto Parts Tires and Accessories Hides, Fur and Alton*, ~ _4, y.--,- .^ . POST| Long Distance Hauling I **• ' "» (f * ^*JBT-M Cl T • • ftgainst )p|i ftftd dani'l ^ge of all kinds, Bquip- tauliug and 4r*yi»8- 5»y

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