Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1932
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•* , '^'V'^ tyf* ' J£*jf& **/ *~-^', lv *4' f .^'tt^yj^fv'^fe.'.t.'''*'- "'• ''* ^•<yg|i < •. Jjjir^^a^fjjit^L^f |BMLy|i^*>^|L,^j| ilOHT •.O;- '-::&Sj, ; , A, • , .„*, j v VC«' ,,,,; ,^'f^, >^.|^f|i •.^A'fVSl^l-kl HOME DECLAM AT LU VERNE TOBETRIDAY Lu Verne, Feb. 2—The annual declamatory contest will be held in the high school assembly this week Fri- 'day evening at 7:45, with the following program: High School Orchestra. : ORATORICAL Universal Peace Byron .Tones The Real American Vernon Long American Ideals Richard Nlver Grade Boys' Chorus. DRAMATICS The White Hands of Telham Charline Christensen Mothers of Men Jeanne Jennings The American Citizen Gwenetha Jones Fear God and Take Your Own Part Helen KueMer The Lost Word .Yulahmae Murray H. S. Girls' Glee Club. HUMOROUS Daddy Dresses the Baby Vernon Gronbach Blue-Eyed Sheik Grant Jennings Henry's First Long Pants „' Phyllis Lichty Ronnie Visits the Circus ____' _ Maxine Sidney The Arithmetic Lesson Dorothy Stoddard High School Orchestra. ! Decision of Judges. Admiss'ion fees of 15 and 25c will be charged. Wrestlers Defeat Clarion— Lu Verne's high school wrestlers defeated the Clarion high school "Reserves," 20-5, last Thursday night at the local gymnasium. It was the initial meet Cor Lu Verne, also the local high school's first year at wrestling. The local winners were Gregory, 145-11). class; Gronbach, 115-lb.; Willy, • 115-lb. Mosher, of Clarion, won in the 125-11). class. Fred Graham is local coach. A sec- Fonrtli Card Party Is Given— A St. Cecelia parish party at the academy Monday night was attended by 200. Bridge and 500 were played at 30 tables, Mrs. Leo Swanson, Whittemore, and F. D. Mathes winning the high bridge scores, Mrs. Oscar Anderson and William Seip- man the high "500" scores. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bliley were chairmen of the committee in charge. The inst of a series of five card parties before Lent will be held next Monday night at the academy, with the following committee in charge: Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Harlg, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kain, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capeslus. and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walker. At 10 o'clock lunch will be served, after which there will be dancing. H, >". A. Cliil) Gives Parties— Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. Oscar Anderson were hostesses at two Royal, Neighbor,, club benefit card parties at the former's home Tuesday afternoon and evening. In the afternoon bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. Carl Hanson winning the high score, Mrs. Henry Bruns the consolation prize, and Elsie Cady a travel prize. In the evening •500" was played at six tables, and the high scores were won by Mrs. Howard Vinson and Mrs. John Hardgrove and Sam Smith and Robert Padgett, Mrs. A. L. Godfred- door prize. After cards there was dancing. • . Blfthdnr Clnt) Mfeets^- Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson entertained the Birthday club at 6:30-dinner Friday night at her home. There were 12 guests. Mrs. M. P. Haggard won the high bridge score. Each guest received an a favor a can of the washing ppwder which Mr. Ferguson manufactures In spare time at Washington, D. C. Wntnnye Club Names Officers— At a Watanye meeting Tuesday night at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's officers were elected: Mary Mitchell, reelected president; Amy Johnson, reelected vice prsldent; Laura Mitchell, secretary; Stella Mae Breen, treasurer: Bertha E. John- KOSSUTH RESIDENT 52 YEARS PASSES FRIDAY Mrs. John A. 'Kennedy, ' Atgona resident for 29 years, died Friday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Dooley, following a short illness with pneumonia. Kennedy had not been in Mrs. good health, because of her advanced age of nearly 86 years. Funeral services were held Sunday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Father T. ,T. Davern In charge, and burial was made ,the same day In the local Catholic cemetery. Mrs, Kennedy was born March 11, 1846, at Pfareberseverlen, Lorraine and In 1S6S the family came to this *rh lHfc.'fc- 8. DMgre at. • a. oieri'. Walker, 642 , f v i«p2l WANTED-=-WHITE WYANDOTTE and Buff Orpington cockerels," Phone 800,, Koasuth County Hatch" ery, Algona, Iowa. i4u21 FOR SALE—PIANO, STORED IN Algolm, only $69 left to pay. Cash only.—Write CrltcheU Piano Shop 1817 10th st., Des Molnes. 19-21 CHANCE OF LIFETIME—Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in •Kossuth county. Wonderful'-opportunity. Make $7 to $12 dally. No experience or capital needed.—Write today McNESS COMPANY, Dept. B Frepport,. Illinois. . 33p21 son winning a travel prize, was served. Lunch son. Lillian Granzow, and Helen j countr y f settling nt Lansing, Iowa. ^^ ^^ mai-rled to Mr. Kennedy In 1S65 at "Lansing, and 52 years ago the couple came to Union township. Mr. Kennedy died In 1912. Mrs. Kennedy Is survived by sev-> en children: Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin, St. Paul; Mrs. P. D. Dopley, Fort Dodge; S. J. Kennedy, St. Cloud, Minn.; Mrs. Dooley: C. T. Kennedy, .Tohnson, new directors. lloynl Neighbors Cltib Elects — The Royal Neighbors club met last week Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Loyd Muckey's, and officers were elected: Mrs. Hugh Post, president; Mrs. John Strom, vice president; Mrs. Ida Forbes, secretary; Mrs. Ell Burbank, treasurer. Lunch was , . , _. . . •- _. served. The club has a membership st - Paul: Mrs. J. M. Glasler, _ St. O f 35 James, Minn.; and W. A. Kenftedy, St. . *Paulr Three other chllflren, John, Mrs. Vf. R. M-idge and dancing party at the Masonic temple tomorrow night. Card- laying will commence promptly at S. Eastern Stars, Masons; and 'riends are invited. Refreshments vlll be served. This will be the second in a series of parties the O. E. S. is giving. The committee in charge follows: Mesdames Harry February !>. ond meet will take place at Clarion! Wilson, A. A. Bishop, F. F. Barker, W. D. Howie, C. A. Frane, E. C. Hancher, M. J. Pool, F. L. Thorpe, Albert Grosenbach, Raymond Anderson, D. L. Leffert, Claude Smith, and Raymond Reid. Leg-ion Benefit Well Attended— A Legion benefit dance Friday night at the K. C. hall was a success financially and socially. There were more than 100 paid admittances. The orchestra consisted of Bebekah Officers Are Installed— The -Rebekahs met last week Tuesday night, and Mrs. J. L. Lichty installed officers: Noble grand, Mrs. Nettie Von Draska; vice grand. Mrs. Evelyn Sorensen; secretary. Florence Godfrey; financial secretary. Ruby Godfrey; treasurer. Mrs. M. Lowmlller; warden, Leona Ramus: conductor. Mrs. Will Murray; chaplain, Mrs. F. I. Chapman; right supporter. Mns. T. Gregory; left supporter, Emma Marty. Ray Smith, Theo Herbst, Stebrltz, Glen Raney, and Heinle W. J. Becker. Prizes for the best hard- times costumes were awarded • to Mrs. X. Victor Lowe and Gerald Fiene. E. R. Morrison and W. A. at the Methodist parsonage, Mrs. JLorenz were judges. A court con- Maynard Spooner and Mrs. Badde-1 sisting of Dr. A. D. Adams, H. J. Lacy, and Mr. Lorenz, with Joseph Bloom as judge, fined persons for Woman's flu!) Studies TVoirro— The" Progressive club met Friday Phrty Honors Visiting 1 Jfurse—• Mrs. G. D. Brundage entertained at bridge last night in honor of Mrs. D. C. Mahon's sister, Emma Holm, supervising nurse at a Clln-1 ton hospital. Guests were Mesdames W. J. Mnngan, Leo Spilles, L. E. Hovey, William Hawcott, and D. D. Monlux, and Bessie Hopkins. Other Society News The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday at 2 o'clock; hostesses, j Dorothy and Maxine Dailey, Mary and Betty Me.sing. The program follows: Devotions, led by Jean Murtagh; A Trip to Ming Quong, Annette Hanson; reading, chapter of Tlie World on a Farm, Marie Pommerening; entertainment planned by Ermudine Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton entertained at dinner and bridge Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Seller won the high family prize. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kissinger. Mrs. K. D. James and Mrs. L. G. Baker entertained IB women at a bridge luncheon Tuesday at the former's 'home. A two-course luncheon was served at three tables. The high scores were won by Mrs. H. E. Rist and Mrs. Laura Paine. Fleming,"; : and Henry, are dead. A sister, - T Mrs. Martz Kerndt, of Lansing, also survives. ley, -hostesses. The program opened with Negro superstitions in response to roll call. Mm. Jus. Christensen read a paper on Harley, Largest Negro City in the World. Negro Spirituals were sung, and a general discussion on race prejudice took place. Refreshments were served. Hendersons T.osp Infant Hoy— Mr. and Mrs. Ted Henderson lost a son, Gerald, seven weeks old, last week Wednesday. Pneumonia -the cause of death. Funeral vices were held Saturday at the Methodist church, the Rev. William Baddeley officiating. Fritz Baassler, Uvermore, Dies— The Rev. Mr. Wittenberg conducted the funeral of Fritz Baessler, 79, at Livermore Saturday. Mr. Baessler was an uncle of Gus Baess- 3er, Lu Ve^rno. Mrs. Ih-nedlct- Has Birthday— Relatives and friends helped Mrs. I. H. Benedict celebrate a birthday last week Wednesday night. Rook furnished entertainment, and refreshments were served. 8th Graders to Take Tests— County examinations for 8th grade pupils will be conducted this week Friday at the local public building. school Mrs. J. M. Christensen and Charlene went to Fort Dodge Monday to attend a concert at the high school auditorium given by Robert Goldsand, a pianist. various "offenses." Entertained at Itrldge— '•'• Alma Greiner and Carl Pearson entertained seven couples at bridge at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Greiner, la'st week Wednesday night. The High bridge scores were won by Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and Jos. Bloom. After IJridge refreshments were served. Other guests were Dr. McCorkle, Mrs. Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White, Inez and Hazel Potter, Catherine Doran, Leighton Misbach, Chauncy Hookstra, and Paul Hamel. Entertains at Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harlg and Dr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffman, Bancroft, entertained at bridge Sunday night at the Harig home. The high bridge scores were won by Mre. H. L. Gilmore and Dr. P. V. Janse, and John Frankl won the travel prize. After play, lunch was served. Other guests were: Mr. Gilmore, Mrs. Janse, Mre. Frankl, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill, Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Scanlan, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohl- liaas, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Herbst, and Maurice McMahon. Humboldt Candidate Makes Call— Mrs. Ethel Barrett Emrie, Humboldt 'county recorder, was here last Birthdays of Two Observed— Mrs. R. P. Norton entertained her Birthday club at luncheon . and bridge Tuesday noon, the occasion being the birthdays of Mrs. R. J. Keen and Mrs. Fred Kissinger. A two-course luncheon was served at the small tables centered with tapers. The 'high bridge score was week Wednesday. She has announc- won toy Mrs. D. P. Smith. Other ed her candidacy for renomination. members of the club are Mesdames | M. G. Norton, S. A. 1 Worster, F. F. Barker, B. A. Thorpe, Harry Ward, R. H. Spencer, D. D. Paxson, W. P. French. Many Pupils 111 With Fin— A good many people are suffering I from the flu. Attendance at the schools is'irregular. Other Lu Vorne News. Mrs. W. F. Godfrey was hostess to •the Tuesday club last week Tuesday. Noted musicians were named In response to roll call. Florence Hof read a paper on the life of Mme. Schumann-Heink, and Mrs. Godfrey and her daughter Ruby gave special music. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Boger arrived from Chicago last Thursday and are living in the B. F. Burtis house. Their household goods were shipped from Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams, Cedar Rapids, visited last week at the H. R. Larimer and Doctor Williams homes. Mrs. Wayne Dornberger, of Minneapolis, arrived last week Wednesday to visit- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wermersen. The Evangelical Missionary society will meet this week Thursday at Mrs. D. Marty's. Dr. A. L. Spooner attended an Austin-Flint medical meeting at Garner last Thursday evening. and Mrs. William seriously sick. Ristau continues Paul Fechner has been seriously sick. PORTLAND WOMEN STUDY LINOLEUM BLOCK CUTTING Burt, Feb. 2— Despite bad roads and stormy weather, nine Portland Farm Bureau women were at Mrs. William Rlngsdorf's last week Tuesday to study block printing under the leadership of Muriel Body. Several prints we're completed. The women of Dists. 3 and 4 met at Mrs. Alfred Godfredson's January 21 to study the ' ref iuishing of Former Sexton Girl Weds— Paul Janssen and Feme Johnson, of Rockford, were married by the Rev. Mr. Luce, pastor of the Rockford Methodist church, last week Wednesday. Mr. Janssen is a son of William Janssen, Charles City, and Mrs. Janssen a daughter of Theodore Johnson, Rockford, formerly of Sexton. The couple are employed on the S. J. Roberts Sr. farm. Mrs. Janssen is a sister of Mrs. Henry Miller, Lu Verne, and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson, Wesley. Choir Is Entertained — Mrs. Theo. Herbst entertained the Congregational choir at bridge and anagrams last Thursday night. Bridge was played at three tables and anagrams at two. Mrs. W. S. Lee and D. P. Smith won the bridge prizes. Other guests were the Rev. and Mrs. F. J. Clark, Mrs. Smith, Mr. Lee, Josephine Chubb, Beth Backus, Meredith Lathrop, Helen Goeders, Dolores DeMott, Sylvia Gunn, Lottie Kain, Woodrow Sarchett, and Theo Powell. Benefit Party is Given— The Catholic Daughters entertained at a benefit bridge party Friday night at Mary Streit's, with Mrs. John Lamuth, her daughter Esther, Mre. W. A. Barry, Mrs. William Aman, and Helen McEnroe as assisting hostesses. Bridge was played at eight tables, with Eliza- •beth Holtzbauer and Mrs. C. H. Williams winning the high scores. Mre. R. E. Kain won a travel prize. 175 Attend B. N. A. Benefit— The Royal Neighbors held a benefit card party last Thursday night at the I. O. O. F. hall, with 175 Jn attendance. The high bridge prizes were won by Mrs. J. D. Burns and MRS, W. L, MORRIS DIES; BURIED HERE SUNDAY • Funeral services for Mrs. \V. L. Morris, who died last Thursday, were held at the Methodist church Sunday, with the Rev. C. V. Hulse in- charge, and burial was made in Riverview cemetery. Mrs. Morris, whose maiden name was Gertrude Youmans, was born at Springfield, 111., May 30, 1865. Her parents later moved to Kensett, where in 1SS5 she was married to Mr. Morris. A few years later they moved to Whittemore, where they farmed for several years. •' In 1912 they moved to Algona, where they lived till Mr. Morris died in 1915, and Mrs. Morris then went to California, where she lived with her parents and sisters, Mrs. A. D. Fern and Mrs. J. R. Moore. Mrs. Morris is survived by five children, Leroy P. Morris, Formost, Alberta, Ransil S. Morris, Winble- ton, N. D., Delbert and Fay, Rothsay, Minn., and Elsa Morris, Lennox. A step-son, Frank Morris, lives at Rothsay. ALGONIAN'S MOTHER DIES SUDDENLY AFTER STROKE Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer returned Sunday from Long Prairie, Minn., where they had been called laet week Wednesday by news of the death the day'before of the latter's mother, Mrs. Christine Thornquist, who had been in failing health since Thanksgiving, when she suffered a stroke. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, and burial was made in a neighboring cemetery. Mils. Thornquist, who was one of the early settlers of Long Prairie, lost her husband 30 years ago. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Falkenhainer, Mrs. J. L. Dahl, New York City, Mrs. Stuart McMillan, Long Prairie, and two sons, Leonard, Great Falls, Swan, Long Prairie. Mont., and LU VERNE, ALGONA H, S, MAT TEAMS WRESTLE SATURDAY Saturday evening representatives of the Lu Verne high school will wrestle Algonians at the local high school gymnasium, following basketball games between the two 6th and 7th graders and the 3rd varsity team and the night squad. The games will open at 7 o'clock, each for a half hour. The wrestling match will 'begin at 8. Weights of 85 and 70 pounds will be filled In the grades, and of 105, 115, 125, 135, 145, 155 pounds in the inter-high school contests. FORMER LU VERNE FARMER'S NECK BROKEN IN ACCIDENT Lu Verne, Feb. 2—Arthur J. Miller, formerly southwest of town, suffered a broken neck last Thursday night in a coasting accident near Humboldt. The accident occurred when a runner on a sled on which he and his wife were coasting down hill broke and Mr. Miller was thrown against a telephone. He was rushed to Fort Dodge and placed in a cast at Mercy hospital. Mr. Miller was a mechanic at the Shell battery service station. Come for Pictures, Wesley, Feb. 2— Last Thursday the seniors went to Algona to have their graduation pictures taken at the Art studio. The studio treated them to a matinee in the afternoon. - *- - • Ledyard Girl Wed, Ledyard, Feb. 2— Frances Swalve FORMER WESLEY WOMAN DIES; ILL FIVE YEARS Wesley, Feb. 3—Wesley ' friends have word of the death of Mrs. Bangs, Mrs. Wilfred Cooney's mother, at the Cooney home near ' Stll- son, at 2 a. m. Friday. She had been bedfast three weeks and in failing health five years. •Brief funeral services were held at the home at 2:30 p.'m. Saturday, and the remains, accompanied by Mr. Cooney, were taken to Chatsworth, 111., where funeral services and burial took place. Mrs. Bangs was well known here, having been housekeeper for Doctor Adams during much of the time that her daughter lived near . Wesley. Her maiden name was Dora A. Marr, and she was born In Livingston county, 111., -February 13, 1S62. She was thus a little past 70 at death. She lived with her parents till her marriage- to Elmer E. Bangs December 25, 18S6. . Besides the daughter, Mrs. Jennie R. Cooney. of Stilson, she leaves two sons, Claud M.', Petersburg, 111,, and James E., Sycamore, 111. BURT WRESTLERS TAKE MEET FROM LOCALS 5-3 Burt won a wrestling match from the Algona high school here Friday evening, 23-11, taking five out of eight bouts. Four were won on falls, one on a decision. Howard Medin won from G. Paterson in a decision the 95-lb. weight. In a 105-lb. bout Russell Medin threw Thaves, of Burt, , in four minutes. William Spencer lost to !B. Stewart, Burt, in .5% minutes. In the 125-lb. class Maurice Thompson lost to Stewart in six minutes and 45 seconds. John Green lost on decision In a 135-lb. bout to Ringsdorf, Burt, by a decision in only 27 seconds. Richard Cowan lost by a fall to Sanderson, In three minutes in the 145-lb. weight. Edward Norton won a time decision from Bahling, Burt, in the 155-lb. weight. Carl Norman lost by a fall to Stow, Burt, in four minutes. Want Ads FOR RENT—ROOMS, 112 S. Minnesota.—Margaret Dumas. 8p21-22 USED PIANO, GOOD FOR HALL or school, for $'50.—Phone 602-W.' Ilu21 FOR SALE—YOUNG HEREFORD bulls.—A. J. Meyer, Algona, phone ]0p20-21 HOUSEKEEPER WANTED, FEB. 22, in country home. — Call Advance. LET OUR TELEPHONE BE your clothes line. — Kirsch phone 267. Laundry, 10u20tf FOR SALE — DRESSED HOGS, whole or half; cut up if desired.— Jacob Winkel. 13u21 FOR SALE—SECOND HAND power washing machine. -7 Kohlhaas Hardware. . . . g U 2i FOR RENT—SEVERAL MODERN housss for, immediate possession. —Murtagh Bros. 10u21 FOR RENT—TWO-ROOM modern apartment, close in. Also garage space.—Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson; phone 248. 16p2 i FOR RENT—BEDROOM OR TWO light housekeeping rooms in mod- REAL NORTHERN . GROWN al- fnlfn, and sweet clover^ free- from noxious weed seeds. New low prices. Shipped subject '/inspection freight pfepald. Write, fre^e samples, club discounts.—North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa Association, Fargo N. D. 500 co-operating .growers. '36-20-23 IMMEDIATE LOAN SERVICE ON money borrowed $300 or leas. Repay in small monthly payments Loan can be repaid anytime. Automobiles refinanced,. payments, reduced: Loans made on all forms ol security. Special loan plan for purchasing milch cows. Look for the •sign "Inland", first door north Iowa State Bank, phone 55, Algona. 51-18tf SALESMEN WANTED—WE need " men in Iowa to sell our highly refined, distilled, and -filtered tractor and motor oils to the farm trade with credit accommodation to fall •of 1932 without note, Interest, or •mortgage. Liberal commission to salesmen, with weekly advancements and full settlement first of each month. Must have car.—Lennox OH & Paint Co., Dept. Sales, Cleveland, 'Ohio. 61p21 ANNOUNCEMENTS TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for county recorder, subject to the decision of the voters In the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson. 31ul9-21 TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for Republican nomination for sheriff of Kossuth county, subject to the will of the voters at the June primaries.—E. L. Harris. i 32PA20-23 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for County Auditor • of Koesuth county, subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primary. Your vote and support will be appreciated.—Harley E. Bartlett. 32PAtf I AM A CANDIDATE IN THE June primaries for the republican nomination for supervisor in tlie First district, consisting of Whittemore, Garfield, Cresco, RIverdale, Irvington, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships. — Hugh Raney, Irvingtbn township. 33(2)20tf TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county—The undersigned hereby announces his Intention to seek the Republican nomination for the office of county treasurer, subject to the will of .the voters.as exgressed at the primary election June 6, 1932.— H. N. Kruse. 18u24 I WILL BE A CANDIDATE in the June primaries for the republican nomination for sheriff. I will be grateful for all votes cast for me.— W. H. Steward, Burt. 28p21-29 I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE republican nomination for sheriff, subject to the decision of the voters In the June primaries.—J. F. Fisher, Titonka. 24u21 OBI.GIJf AL .NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Plaintiff, vs. Amelia Heidenwlth, Irnm D. Adams, County Savings .Bank, of Algona, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Whittemore State Bank, Whittemore, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Whittemore State Bank, Whittemore, Iowa, Ervin J. Heidenwlth, Defendants. To: Amelia Heldenwith, Irma D. Adams, County Savings Bank of Algona, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank of Algona, Iowa, Whittemore State Bank, Whittemore, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the WANTFH T w vvrux i i^LJp e Eczema to try Dr. Erlekson'g - ilerful new remedy on it'guarantee. Thousands have recovered recently. —K. D. James. Thursday and Friday, Feb. 4 and 5 Two matinees Thursday 2:30-4:15 4:15 for school children and adults JACKIE COOPER JACKIE COOGAN in "Snooky" Better.than "Sklppy" Prices, 10-25c 10-30-40 night Saturday, February 6 BIG DOG SHOW Prizes Equalling WQ.OO Best dog from any town In Kossuth county. Look for'.'particulars on monthly calendar. No, 1 Episode "Lightning Wayriar» Rin*Tin*TIn and FKANKIE DABBOW KEN MAYNABD in A Big Western Matinees, 1:3Q-3:30. Prices, 10-25c. Sunday and Monday, Feb. 1 and 8 The great picture of the month. GBETA GARBO BAMON NAVABBO LIONEL BABBYMORE in "Mat* Huri" Garbo's greatest love story. Tuesday, Wednesday, Feb. » and 10 Matinee Tuesday, 25c. JOAN CRAWFORD CLARK GABLE in ^Possessed" She craved the juries of life. Outthrllls her greatest hits. From household textiles. »Wayne Wilson, and the high and Fred Beitz, of Burt, were mar-; tredaon and Mrs. Hans Koestler are - prizes by Mrs. John Laing and Law- rled a t Blue Earth Saturday, Janu- copperators In Dista. 3 and 4. rence Olson. Vivian Dale received a ary 23. They are living at Burt. thaV ^IntlfrMn *4ldlf*J* •Stale of Jd k $tMAs'Ite6et*'ei^«'"PH • WhlUertiore*State Bank;. Wnltte-i m&fi tdwa, and Eryln J. with, defendants above You and each of you are,' notified that there Is now\'oir file, In the office of the Clerk of the trlct Court of Iowa in and for K6s- suth County, the petition of the plaintiff above named, demanding personal Judgment agalhst the defendant Amelia' Heldenwith, in the sum of $9,210.05, together with interest on $9,000.00 of said sum at the rate of five per cent per annum from the '6th day of-November, 1930, pay,able seml-annually, and with Interest 'on $208.05 thereof at the fate of 8 per cent per annum from ,>the 16th day of January, 1932, and with interest on $2.00 thereof at the rate of 5 per cent per annum from the 19th day of January; 1932, and for the costs of said action, including a reasonable attorney'? fee for plaintiff's attorney, as provided by law as justly due the plaintiff upon the certain promissory note In writing given by the defendant'Amelia Hei- denwlth' and one Charles 'Helden- with, now deceased, dated May 5th, 1922, for $9,000.00, originally due May 5th, 1927,'with interest at 6.per cent per annum, time of. payment of which note was 'extended by, extension agreement' signed by : the defendant Amelia Heldenwith on the 13th day of July, 1927, the said extension agreement fixing Interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum; payable seml-annually, on the ,5th day of May and of November in each year. You and each of you are further notified that $208.05 of eald sum Is claimed for and on account of taxes upon said premises ad>- vanced toy.the plaintiff, and that $2.00 of said sum Is claimed for and on account of expense of continuation of abstract of title, preparatory to foreclosure. You and each of you are further notified that said petition demands foreclosure of mortgage given by the defendant Amelia Heidenwlth and her husband Charles Heiden- wlth, now deceased, securing payment of the aforesaid debt, and covering the south ' half of the northr east' quarter and the north forty acres of the southeast quarter of section number ope, -in township number ninety-six north, . of range number thirty west, Kossuth County, Iowa. You and each of you are further' notified that the whole sum secured by said mortgage is declared due by the plaintiff, by reason of default in the payment of interest; and install-- mente of principal aforesaid, and you and each of you are further notified that said .petition alleges, that plaintiff's mortgage aforesaid Is paramount, superior and prior to the right, title, lien, claim or interest of any of the defendants in and to said real estate, and prays for decree foreclosing plaintiff's said mortgage, and that special execution issue for the sale of said premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to make the whole sum due the plaintiff, together with interest, costs ami accruing costs, and that on and after the date of such sale that the right, title, lien or claim of the defendants or any of them in and to said real estate 'be forever barred and foreclosed, except for such rights of redemption as are especially provided by law, and that if no redemption be made, within the time and in the manner provided by law, that a writ of possession Issue to the Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa, commanding him to put such purchaser In possession of said premises. You and each of you are further t-eleW'ef W'-ipjJd/need td fcfe^ftCB* Session 1 of said pferhises aha 10 £dl* lect the rent&i Issues and, profits therefrom, and to apply the same ifl accordance with the terms 6f said mortgage, i > You arid each of you\are further notified that no persdhal judgment is asked against any 6« the> deferid- ants above named, except the, de* fendant Amelia Heldenwlth. ~—•—"»••» cmy Q£ \.i\\ T-yi" ~~ "£•"• *frufrt, being the 1982 terrft thereof, which con*,*™ 1 1 and will fee held at the Court M* at Atgonft, Kossuth County t* OnUhe 2$th day of (-March i«<> ! a ' fault Will be entefefl against' \ a«d judgment and decree rtL^ thereon, as Jjfayed, Un <l«<*| •R. F. ^ 21-24 Attorney for the Save money—buy flour where you see this sign on the window! IONA BRAND Green Cut Beans or Peas 3 CAN! 25c * . PKQ.' 19C sliced Bacon .'I.-:-cjPiftANDMOTHER'S ^jriknge Pekoe Tea . . Tastyeast Candy Bars . .3 FOR ?^Cettainty Pancake Flour . BAG' '--•'fhiv-Flair *»c '- '' . 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