Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1932
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FARMERS GET READYTOMOVE AT IR VINGTON Irvlngt'on, Feb. 9 '-*- Preparations for moving March 1 arc being made and much machinery and grain is being moved previous to that date. The Thomas Colemans are moving to a/ farm 'near Lu Verne owned by Mrs. Miry Devine, and the Ted Han 1 family will move onto the farm vacated : by them. .The Albert But- terflelds .have rented, the farm land where the . Orland Rutledges lived for several years, In addition to the old Butterfleld. farm, where they live. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen will occupy the house. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robison will move to the farm occupied by the James D.evines and the Devine family is reported to have rented a farm near Lu Verne The Henry Webers will move,to the farm near Corwlth which they recently purchased. The Frank Asas will live- on the farm vacated by the Henry W.ebers, and will be employee by Alvin Weber, who will run thai with his father's farm. The Donald Sparks family will move to the place vacated by the Ted Harrs. Paul Hurn is Married— Irene Kellershon, New Hampton, and Paul Hurn, south Cresco, were married at New Hampton last week Wednesday. They returned here and gave a wedding dance in Algona Fri- well the Tournament Prospects Mixed as Date Looms • Seneca, Feb. 9—Seneca's basketball record was not profitable last week,, the boys losing to Bancroft Tuesday and to St. John's, Bancroft, Thursday, in games In which the Seneca b'oys went through the other teams better than at any other time this year. Inability to make short shots cost them many points. Th'e girls ket their records clear as Kossuth's undefeated team by winning their tenth game from Bancroft's girls, 17-13, last week Tues- This week the Haifa boys and girls, play at Seneca, Tuesday, and Friday the Seneca teams go to Lone Rock. Next Monday postponed Wesley games are scheduled here. Wesley's girls have won every game this year except one. There were several upsets last week In the county. Livermore defeated Algona, and sen, Earl Osborn, and Kenneth and Joy Thompson. i)i»tes Observed — Mr.' and Mrs. Roy Osborn Saturday entertained the Paul Saxton family, of Fenton, the Richard Sorenson family, of Ringsted, and Mr and Mrs. Laurence Saxton and son in honor of the wedding anniversary of the Paul Saxtons, and themselves, occurring Saturday and Monday respectively. MISSIONARY IN INDIA WRIT FENTONC ES .UB Special Lutheran Services— Services will be held at the Lutheran church every Thursday morning at 11 during Lent. This week's will be in Norwegian, next week's In English. Services will be held at an Aid meeting at Mrs. August Nelson's Thursday. day evening, known here, Mrs. Hurn Is having taught Harry Sabin school for six terms. Paul is the oldest son of Mrs. Wm. Hurn. and since the death of his father several years ago has been farming with his mother and other children southwest of here. The newlyweds will now make their home on the farm and Mrs. Wm. Hurn and three children still at home, will move to Algona. Mrs. .Tolln Frlest.nd KeooverliiR-— Mrs. John Frlestad is slowly recovering from the malady from which she lias been suffering for two months, but is not yet able to leave her bed. Mrs. John Ramus is at the Friestad home caring for the invalid and her ten children. Mrs. Friestad wishes to express her appreciation of the many gifts oC clothing and food which she and the children have enjoyed since the death of Mr. Friestad a few weeks ago. Mrs. Frle-stad is going to remain on the farm for another year. A brother, Gus Neilson, ot Ottawa, 111., plans to remain with his sister and run the farm. Another brother, also of Ottawa, is at the Friestad home but plans to return home soon. Cemetery Assoclatoln Elects— The Irvington cemetery association held its annual business meet- Ing late in January. Frank Weber was reelected president; M. L. Ron- •ey was reelected vice president; Mark Jones, Algona, secretary. M. E. Worstor, Algona was elected treasurer to.succeed the late Stanley Worster. Albert Butterficld is sexton. Richard Leigh was elected director to take the place of the late Stanley Worster. All other directors were reelected. H. Nell Mnlen Il*i>orteil 111- Word received here says that H. Nell Malen is at the H. M. Henry Jiome at Spencer suffering from a serious illness. It is reported that Miss. Malen received an injured knee in a fall several months ago and has. not been well since. Miss Malen is the evangelist who has conducted many revival meetings at the Galbraith schoolhouse and in Lu Verne. Two fJ-lrls, One Boy, Horn— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larson, of near Kanawha, are parents of a girl born last week Monday. The Larsons are former Irvington residents, employed with J. C. Mawd-sloy.- • Mr. anc Mrs. Orland Rutledge are parents of a girl born Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Sunnier Parsons are the parents .a 30-lb. boy l)on last Thursday. He has been named Russell Reed. 29 lit IrvliiB'ton Svluiol— Edward and Barbara, children o Mr. and Mrs. Lorn Rulledge, who moved here la.^t week, started to school Ibis wpi-1: Moml:iy, ma/klng -') pupils in Irvington d&trict No. ». This is I hi- largest rural .school In this purl of the country. Pauline" Black i.-= the ti-achcr. It appears that the sectional tournament will be led by Livermore or Mallard. Swea City beat Buffalo Center, and Ringsted upset the Armstrong girls, 25-10. Lone Rock's .boys defeated Ledyard Friday, 2517, and the Lone Rock girls beat Ledyard, 10-15. Services Held for Mrs. Wllbery— Funeral services for Mrs. Hans Wilberg, who died a week ago Sunday, were held last week Tuesday, with the local pastor, the Rev. S. O. Sande officiating. A short service at the home was. followed by services at the Lutheran church. Mrs. Anna Wilberg was born May 30, 1S75. in Sogndal, Dalerne. Norway. She and a brother canio to the United States in 1897. She came to Seneca, where she made her home till she was married in 1898 and settled on Mr. Wilberg's farm near Seneca, where -she spent the remainder of her life. Mrs. Wilberg had been ill since last spring, but only during the last :e\v days was she so ill that she remained in bed. She is survived by ler husband and seven children: Mrs. Manno Peidersen, Minneapolis; Otto, of Fenton; Mrs. Reuben Larson and Mrs. John Andreason, Ringsted; Henry, Mlnda, and Mildred, at home. Two brothers and one sister live at Viking, Canada, and another sister at Albany, Ore. Pallbearers were nephews: Hans N r . and Martin Wilberg, Linus Jen- uuier aeneca .news. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen, Mrs Linus Jensen and Ralph Jenser helped their brother, Georgo Jensen of Rlngstc'd, move last week Monday Into another residence In town Mr. and Mrs. Tony Dahl, of Seneca plan to move to Ringsted soon and the Jensens lived In the house to be occupied by the Dahls. Sunday the Roy Osborn and Laurence Saxton families, and Lestei Osborn, of liear Fenton, were guests at Win. Osborn 's in honor of their mother's 5Sth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn and daughter and Mrs. Osborn's mother, Mrs Chris Madison, were also guests. Manno Peidersen came from Minneapolis last week Monday to attend the funeral of his mother-in- law, Mrs. Hans Wilberg, and took Mrs. Piedersen and their son home Thursday. Milton Murphy began working at the P. M. Christenson farm last week. The Murphy family lias been making its home \it Esthervllle. Mrs. Murphy was formerly Jennie Saunders. Pauline Osborn attended a pre- nuptlal shower Saturday in honor of Mrs. Clarence Mcnz- formerly Mae Zwelfel, at Mrs. Rex Wolfe's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft had Iheir baby baptized at the local Lutheran church Sunday. Mrs. Milieu Jensen was a flu patient last week. Lakota- Ledyard Chorrs Practice for Contest Lakota, Feb. 9 — Lorraine Smith, Eleanor Lockhood, Dorothy Clemans, Beth Hamquist, and Bob Clemans, of the Lakota Methodist choir, went to Ledyard with the Rev. F. O. Johnsons Sunday morning to attend church and spent the afternoon practicing with the Ledyard choir for a district choir contest at Buffalo Center this week Friday night. A final contest will be held at Algona next Monday night. The group which went to Ledyard took "eats" and both choirs had a picnic lunch in the Ledyard church's dining room. Acorn Club Is Entertained — Mesdames Manchile Grabau, Madora Torine Edna Turlev, Edith Schroeder, and Emma Smith were hostesses to the Acorn club at one o'clock luncheon at . the Grabau home last Thursday, 24 members and one visitor, Mrs. Emma Wortman, Swea City, attending. After lunch Mrs. Ethel Smith gave a sho^t review of the life and accomplishments of Henry Longfellow, and Mrs. Olga Wortman reviewed The Magnificent Obsession, by Lloyd Douglas. Krotherhnnd Itinuinet at R. C. — A number oE Lakota men attended a district Brotherhood meeting and banquet at the Buffalo Center Methodist church Monday night. AV. J. Lindsey, superintendent of schools at Rake, gave an address on Washington, and the Paul Collins instru- Lea next day to visit Guy's mother, Mrs. Frank Raymore. Emma Meyer, who had been working in the highway commission's office at Ames several years, has been temporarily laid off. She came home for a visit. Mrs. Ed Underdahl entertained a number of women at bridge Friday night. The men were entertained at E. R. Worley's. Arlene Prlngie, attending the. state teachers college at Cedar 'Falls spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pringles 1 Titonka The Harold Jones family and Horace Schenck, Burt, were Sunday visitors at Roy Budlong's. Mrs Jones and Mrs. Budlong are sisters John Frederick, son of Mr, am Mrs. Fred Wentz, has been criticallj sick during the last few days wit] influenza. Mrs. John Wood, son John, anc Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson drov to Rochester, Minn., early last week and John went through the May operation for removal of his tonsiU Mrs. AVood, John, and Mrs. Andre\ Peterson returned Friday, leavin Andrew to recuperate. Mrs. Mabel Dryland, nurse, is cai ing for Grandma Cooper at A. ,, Martinek's. Mrs. Cooper, who suffering from a fractured hip, i Fenton, Feb. 9—The W. F. M. S. met at the Methodist church last Thursday, Mrs. Mike Weisbrod. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, hostesses. There were 19 members and .nine visitors in attendance. Mrs. T, N. McFall had charge of devotfonals; the study lesson, He Gives Skill to the Laborer, was led by Mrs. O. .1. Stephenson; leaflet, At the Sigh of the Full Moon, Mrs. Geo. Boettcher; topic, Hillside .Farms; What Is a Head, Mrs. Chris Ruske; Abundant Life, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod; cornet solo, Harold Geronsln, Maxine Welfl- brod at piano. A letter was read by Mrs. A.. H. Meyer from Gertrude Becker, Missionary In India, In acknowledgement of Christmas gifts sent by the society. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod was- elected .president for the remainder of the year, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey resigning. P.-T. A. Hears Ptoprsm— A P.-T. A. meeting was held last week Tuesday evening at the scftoo-f building, the president, O. J. Stephenson, In charge, anxf the program was: community singing;' girls 1 ' glee 1 club, Cantique de Noel; trombone duet, Robert Schwartz and 1 R'olin Geronsin; reading, Thrush, Elizabeth Gramenz; address, Washing-ton, the Rev.-'R. Wi. Kabelltz-,- violin- duet, Hazel Weisbrod' and" Harold' Newel, accompanied' by Margaret Stephenson; clarinet solo, Ednrontf Krause; farce, At the- Railroad' Station, 7th and Sth grade pupils;' music, selected group from Room 4'.. * INKS DIRECTOR LA»^fe^ J .^..J,,._. . . *M lOtli Wedding 1 Date Observed'— Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warner- en^- tertained relatives and friend's- SUn- clay evening at cards In honor of heir 30th wedding anniversary; Five 1 tundred was played at six tables, and the high scores were won by Mrs. Harry Widdel and Walter Sor- Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, Algona, Mr. Out-of-town guests were Jilr. and' Mrs. AVinnford Sigsbee, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, BUrt, the Jesse O'Keefes, and Osa War- ici-s, Ledyard, and the Edw. Bler- stedts, Lone Rock. ATi-s. Party Is Given— W. J. Weisbrod and' Mrs; vate Newel were joint hostesses at Quilting party at Mrs. Frank' Baiey's Friday afternoon. Assisting at .luilting were Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, Mrs. T. N. McFall, Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. Chris Ruske, Mrs. W. E. Stoe- jer, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, Mrs. W. R: Wolfe, and Mrs. Chanles Niew^ell Monday afternoon Mrs. Weisbrod entertained another group of womc en at a quilting bee at Mrs. E: C: Weisbrod's. ST, BENEDICT MAN'S WRIST IS BROKEN St. Benedict, Feb. 9—Leo, aoti oK Mr. and Mrs. Philip Imrrteffall, accompanied by Ills grandftttfrer-,, .Toseph Rahrn Sr., drove to Mason City last Thursday, and on their 1 home, Just east of Garner, met with an accident. A truck Ayhl'dh ahead of them stopped suddenly, and! Leo, close behind, tried to turn out and pass, but the car sftfdded into the truck and was smashed up. Leo suffered a broken wrist, and.both he and Mr. Rahm suffered' a severe shaking up. The car was" taken.to Mason City for repairs. Other St. Benedict. Jacob, son Of Mrs. Mary Simons, got. home last week Tuesday from Des Molnes, where he Is a soldier. He. has a 45-day furlough. Jfccob entered the army three years agos . Ash Wednesday, the beginning" of Lent, will be observed this week- Wednesday with high mass at 8:3D a. m. and the distribution of.ashes at the local Catholic church,, Mr. and Mrs. William Cobeen-, of Mason City, came last week Tuesday for a few days with the former's sfster, Mrs. Julian Arndorfer. .. Martin Rahm was brought home Friday from the Mercy hospital, Sfason 'City, where he had spent a few days, taking. treatment for an Infected eye. He Is now recovering. Friends here attended a wedding dance Friday evening at the K. C. lT,. Alg-ona, given by the .former Irene .Kellershon, New Hampton, and Paul Hurn, Algona, married February 3 at New Hampton. South Cresco Seven Years; Party— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond' Stoeber celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary last week Monday even- Ing. Five hundred was played' at three tables and the high score' was won by F; P. Newel, low by Carl'. Fink. Mr. and Mrs. Carl' Flh-k- and' Mr. and Mrs. Forrest CHristensonv of Ringsted, were out-of-town guests. . The- Ernest Moglers, West Bend, will move. soon to the Hoppe farm, vacated by the Wilfred Johnsons. Mrs. Mogler Is Tillie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gerber. Harry Sunding now gets about on crutches', having recently fractured a leg just below the knee. Homer and Rufus Lindhorst received a message from Ramsey, 111., Friday saying that their father had died. The boys could not attend the funeral. Their mother died early in December. Mrs;, John Simon is steadily gaining at the Kossuth hospital, where she recently had an operation. The Fred Wtllretts, AVhlttemore, are moving- machinery to the W. .1. Galbraith farm, now occupied by the George Borens," who will move to Algona. George is now in the employ of John Brown. The W. H. Ebswortfts, on the Quarton farm, will' leave soon for a farm near Lincoln, Neb., and the Auggie Hansens, now living in the C. R. Schoby tenant house, will move to the Quarton farm. The Gordon .lorgensens, Algona, will move to the Schoby tenant house. The Mothers and Daughters club will have a Washington program February 19. Thirty persons attended a 500 card Young: People Entertained— Margie Kleinheksel' and' Lily Rlas>- muasen entertained young- people- at E. A. Weisbrod's last week- Wednesday. Bridge was ployed' at five tables, and the high scores were won by Russell Geronshr and' BratftiWa- Kressin. Shower Honor Mrs. CTitrciree- Menr— A miscellaneous- shower was given Saturday in honor of Mrs. Clarence Menz at Mrs. W. R. Wolfe's. Cards were played, and the bride unwrapped gifts. Hostesses were the Maxino and Lucille Weisbrod. |;| party Saturday evening at Franz Teeter's. The high score was won by Mrs. August Brown, low by Frank Studer. An Aid Supper Friday evening at D'. E 1 . Wildin's was well attended. There were games and a program. F. H.. Skilling Sr. was sick .last week, threatened with bronchial pneumonia, but is now improving. A large, number of relatives and friends attended a wedding dance Friday evening given by Mr. Mrs. Paul Hurn at Algona. and * old, trttt remand having frhKe fdce f of, 097*094, weight abdut »00 Ibs.f une Hereford Angus Cross cow, 8 years old wfth white face, ear tag C973092, wefgftt about 900 Ibs; one Shorthorn heifer 3 years old", aft white in color, ear tag- C97Sifl95, tostffht about 850 Ibs.; one Holsteln COTV, 3 years old, ear tag C973098; one Holsteln cow, 3 years old, ear tag 973096; one Hot- stein cow, 4 years old, stub horii on feft side and sl.lt In left ear, weight about 1,0'0'ff Itw.; one HoTsteln Shorthorn heifer, 2' years old, white 'on belly ,to right and left flank, weight about 950 Ibs.; 1 one .Holsteln AngMs cow, 3 years old, all black In color, weight about 1,0(10 Ibs.; one Holsteln Shorthorn buIT calf; one Guernsey heifer, 2 years old," with horns, weight abput .800 Ibs.; one Jersey heifer, 2' years pM, with horns, weight about 760 ibs. ; one Guernsey heifer; g years- ofd, rtdish In color, weight about 800 Ibs: ', to be situated on south' half of the- southwest qtrar- ter of Section Thirty- five, Townshfp Nlnety-sl'sr, Range 1 Twenty-nine, KoBsuth- county, Iowa;- to secure the payment of the .sum- of Four Hundred' Flfty-fmir and' 3W/100' Dollars, In eighteen- monthly- payments, amf whereas- default has- bwrr made fn 'ttier payment 1 of the money secured by; said: Chattel' Mortgage'. Now, -therefore, notice Is- hereby given that T, C: C. Wright, as- the Agent of tf(& said' Inland Finance Corporation and 1 in pursuance of the statutes in such' cases made- and provided' will' foreclose- the aald Chattel 'Mortgage by a sale of the property therein' described*, at public auction, at th> S: %' of the SV'W. % of Section- 55',. Tb.wnshl'p- ffff, Range' 29, %' miler rror'.tH- and" % mlTe west of Algona, -in- 1 thV County of Kbs-- suth, and' State- of IpAya, on tfre> I3th day of 'February, 'A. D: 19S2\ at one- o'clock" In- tHe afternoon' of sal'd 1 day,. or so much as- may be necessary to satisfy said' sum of Four Hundred 1 Fifty-four- and' 3TT/100 Dollars; with? Interest, cost and' expense of sale, unless the same shall' be sooner- paid. •Dated this- 3rd' day of February, A. D. 19321 . c: c: WRTGHT, Agent' of 22 Inland" Finance Cbrporatibn-.. iflth the coste' of said action, Including- a reasonable attorrt&y'd tee Mt , plain'" tiff's attorney, a* prdVlded'by" laW, act Justly due the plaintiff UfWtt the certain promissory note Jh writing given by the defendant Amelia tiel- denwtth and one Charles Hetdeh- with, now deceased, dated May 6th, 1922, for $9,000.00, -originally due May 6th, 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 Heldenwlth on the I3th day of July, 1927, the said extension agreement fixing interest' at the rate of '.'•&. per.cent per ahtium, payable setnl-anHually, on .the YES—WE BUY OLD TIRES—1,000 to 7,000 miles for your unused mileage on new G & J's—the tires with center traction. — Gamble Stores. 23-22 J.canss of FiitliiM-'H Death— Homer f.indhni-st reci.'ivi>d word of the lie-Mill of hi* falh.cr .at.'liamsay, 111., Friday after several years of ill health. I-lomer roturni'il to Illinois to attend funeral servicw .for Ills mother .several weeks ago, but was unable Lo return' at this lime. Church Service Because of drifted rtuidH church services were again .cancelled Sunday. Thus is the first time in several years .services have been cancelled because of »*ro weather and bad roads. Regular services will be held next Sunday. Other Irvington News. The Missionary society will meel next week Friday-at -the church Mrs. Win. Boldridge will lie leader The national topic will be The American Indian, under which government and church programs wil be studied. The annual business meeting will be held". Mesdames M L. and K. P. Roney arc hostesses. Mrs. Pat Mulligan, who spent las week at the Paul Mulligan's, carinfe, for Mrs. Mulligan, returned tc Bancroft Sunday. Minnie Schepp man is now at the Paul Mulligan home for a few days. The two children of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Wadleigh have been seriously il for a week with flu, but arc recovering. ' ! WHITTEMORE GIRL WILL WED WEST BEND YOUTH Whittemore, t'eb. 9—This wee Tuesday afternoon at the Pence Lu therun church. Weal Bend, take place the marriage o£ Clarence John son, Mallard, and Mela Balgeman Whittemore, the Rev. I. G. Kitzmar Officiating. Ruth Balgeman, slste of the bride, will be. bridesmaid, ant the bridegroom's brother Richar groomsman. A wedding 5 p. m. din will be served at the home o bride's parents, Supervisor anc F. J, Balgeman. Forest City, furnished the mother of Charles Cooper. >!iii«lilor fur Kill])!) Millers— A fluughtor was born last week Irmday to Mr. and .Mrs. Rnlph Miler, on the Honry Roba farm, west f town. Mrs. Miller is a daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams, of ancoln township, and Mrs. Adams •i caring iaby. for her daughter and the tosnltul Tut lent liroiiglit Home— Eldin Sachs came from the ho.s- jlt.il at Algona last week Monday, jut because the .road home was not ipen for carfe he stayed with the lev. and Mrs. Boese at Lakota till Thursday, when he was taken home. iie is reported well on the. road to Intermediate C. E.'s Give Vrogram— Sunday's Presbyterian evenin; service was conducted by the Inter- the program consisting of songs, a saxophone quartette, and a shadow picture, Shades of Lincoln. An offering was taken for missions. S. S. Class Has a Party— The Methodist Bereau Sunday- school class held a monthly party at A. Q. Smith's last week Wednesday evening, 14 members and one visitor attending. Mrs. Smith was hostess to the Priscilla club that afternoon. Liikola Loses to Lakota and Ledyard's first basketball teams played last week Tuesday, and Ledyard won. Last Thursday afternoon, in a game between the local high school team and the alumni, the former won, 9-8. son Mrs. llucfcel'g Mother Mrs. A. E. Buckels and her Clifford drove to Ellsworth last week Tuesday to help Mrs. Buckel's mother, Mrs. Peterson, 85, celebrate a birthday. They returned next day. Afjed Lakota Pioneer Sick— Peter Hans, pioneer here, has been sick more than a week. Doctor Williams took him to Forest City treatment. for Other Lakota News. J. P. Booher and W. G. Booher, of Nevada, father and brother respectively of Mrs. Guy Beemer, came Friday for a visit, and the Beemers, with their guests, drove to Albert Arthur .lay Budlong and Paul Tie- nan entertained the Y. P. bridge club last Thursday. L. B. Larson and his son Kenneth drove to Clarion last week Tuesday to visit Kermit Larson, sick with influenza. Kermit works in a hotel there, but while he is sick Kenneth is taking his place. The latter expected to return sometime this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Perry, Algona, were at Howard French's Saturday. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe entertained her bridge luncheon club Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hansen, Swea City, formerly Titonka, were guests. The Howard Frenches drove to Des Moines last week Monday to attend a lumbermen's convention. They returned last Thursday, and on the way stopped at Ames to visit the A. K. Cliffs, formerly of Algona. mediate Christian Endeavor society, j A February P. T. A. meeting was held Monday evening, and the program follows: community singing; History of the Local and the National P. T. A., Mrs. M. S. Craven; lighting of birthday cake, with tribute to the P. T. A., by members; solo, Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, papers by Mrs. Fred Wentz, and Mrs. Jay Budlong; and a playette, My Son John, with the following characters: Mrs. Howard French, Mrs. Ted Dunmire, Alice Sartor, Mrs. Harry Beed, Mrs. Raymond Bonacker, and Russell French. Musical numbers were played by Harvey Schultz and Kenneth and Harley Larson. The Dr. R. C. Balls drove to Mason City Saturday afternoon. The Mayfields, of Algona, who recently bought the Nate Walsh cafe, gave away more than 500 cups of coffee and as many doughnuts at their opening Saturday. Beryl Boggess and Daisy Craven drove to Mason City a week ago Sunday to meet and bring home Catherine Wiley, Cedar Rapids, who spent last week with Beryl. On the way back Daisy stopped at La Porte City for a week with her sister Hurlene, and Beryl accompanied Catherine to Cedar Rapids for a week with friends there and at Mt. Vernon. Beryl will return next Sunday. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Mrs. Harry Beed, and Mrs. R. C. Ball entertained at bridge one day last week. John Bleich drove to Des one day last week, returning late In Other Fenton News. Nels Krogh, Lakefield, Minn., and his sons Herman and Eimel,. visited last Thursday and Friday at J. P. Kramer's. Mr. Krogh is Mrs. Kramer's father. The evening bridge club met with Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske last Thursday. The high score was won by II. H. Widclel, low by Mrs. Wid- <lel. The Saturday afternoon bridge cluli^ met at Mrs. H. H. AViddel's, and the high score was won by Mrs. O. H. Graham. Mrs. J. H. Nelson, Ringsted, was an over-night visitor Tuesday at her brother last week J. P. Kra- Irene Newel, teaching at Belmond, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn entertained relatives and friends at cards last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. C. O. Bailey and daughter La Vonne, Rock Rapids, visited relatives here last week. K. J. Newel, Davenport, was here last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Dorothy Gerherd entertained the evening Sewing club Friday. M.-D, CLUB MEETS AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners, Feb. 9—The Moth- the week. ers and Daughters club met Thursday with Clara Schultz. last The opening song was Battle Hymn of the Republic, and roll call was answered with valentine sayings. Fifteen members and three visitors attended/ A Valentine poem was given by Mrs. Chester Robinson, and a paper on the origin of Valentine's day was read by Mrs. Carl Seip. Each member contributed a nickel for an orphans' home, and the total was 85c, but the money will be held till the next meeting to let others contribute. A home-made valentine was taken to this meeting by each member, and the valentines were exchanged. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be February 18, with Mrs. Roy Lownmn instead of Mrs. Carl Selp, and the opening song is to be Mount Vernon Bells, roll call to be answered with quotations from Washington. A paper on Washington will be read by Mrs. Lucille Rich, and a patriotic poem by Edna Walker. A play, The Return of Martha and George Washington, will be presented. A group of neighbors gathered at the Clara and Henry Schultz home Friday night for a farewell surprise. They are to move to a farm on the old graveled Pike from Algona to NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Case No. 13897. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. 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 Co-art on the 26th day of January, 1932, In favor of The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as plaintiff, and against William H. Altweggr, 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 ($187.77) Dollars and accruing coste, 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, Algona, 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, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Number (15) in Township Number Ninety-Six (96), North, of Range Number Twenty-Eight (28) West; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 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. m., of said day, when and. .where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated thie 27th day of January, 1932. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa-, ih' and for Kbssutlv County:. The Northwestern Mutual' Life' Insurance Cbmpany, Milwaukee;. Wisconsin; Plaintiff, vs. Amelia Heldemvlth; 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, Algona-,. Iowa, Whittemore State- Bank, Whittemore, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Super^ intendent of Banking of the' State- of Iowa, as- Receiver of the WTrit- temore State- Bank; Whittemorei. Iowa, Ervih J. HeldenwitlV, De^- fendants; To: Amelia Heiaenwlttr, Irma D: Adams, County Savings-Banlt 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 State of Iowa, as R'ecefvBr of the Whittemore- State- BSwtlt, WTrltte- more, Iowa, and' B'rvi'n J. Hei'd'en- wlth, defendants- above- named': You and' eachi of you- are- hereby notified that there Is maw on file, in the off ice of the- CTerfc of the- District Court of Towa ire and for Kos- sutli- CUunty, tfre petition of the plaintiff above named, demanding personal' judgment agafnst the defendant Amelia Heidenwlth, fn the sum of $9,210,OS, together with Interest on-. $9',000'..00' of said «im at the rate of five per cent per annum from the 5th- d&y of November, 1930, payable semi-annnally, and with inter- ^ 6th day of May and ,of November ; In each .year, ,YpU and,each of yotf are further notified 'that $208.05. of said" sum Is claimed tot and 'on account of taxes upon said premises • advanced toy the plaintiff, and that $2.00 of said sum is clalnied for and, on account of expense of-continuation of abstract of title, preparatory to foreclosure. , - ; Ton and each- of you are further notified that said petition demands foreclosure of mortgage given by tne defendant Amelia Heldenwlth and; her husband Charles Helden- wftfi, now deceased, securing payment of the aforesaid debt, and covering- the south half of the northeast quarter and the north forty acres- of the southeast quarter of section number one, in township number ninety-six north, of range nntnber thirty west, Kossuth County, Iowa- , You and each of you are further notified that the whole sum secured by sal'd mortgage Is declared due by the plaintiff, by reason of default in th-e- payment of Interest and installments of principal. aforesaid, and you- and' each of you are further notified that said ' petition alleges that plaintiffs mortgage aforesaid is paramount, superior and prior to the right, title. Hen, claim or interest of any of the defendants in and to said real' estate, and prays for decree foreclosing plaintiffs 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 and accruing' costs, and that on and after the date of such sale that the right, title, Hen or claim of the defendants- or any of them In and to sai'd' real estate be forever barred and 1 foreclosed 1 , except for such rights of redemption as are especially provided by Jaw, and that if no redemption be made, within the rime 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 notified that plaintiff, in said petition, demands that pursuant to the terms- of the mortgage aforesaid, a receiver be appointed to take pos- sesefon of said premises and to collect the rents, Issues and profits therefrom, and to apply the same in accordance with the terms of sa,Id mortgage. Yon and each of you are further notified that no personal judgment fa asked against any of the defendants above named, except the defendant Amelia Heldenwith. For further particulars, see said petition now on file. appear before December ii, liofi, at the rt Al*«m. ioa W. B, Quartoti QUARTON t '-.41* Law Offices. PhOne*f Ofttow 427, residence Algona, Iowa. J. L. Attbrriey-at-Law Office* Iowa State Bn« Ottlco phone 460-W. Algo na , McMAHON A J. W. Sullivan s. E. L.. K. Llnnan Attomreya-at-Law. Phones: Office; 261; j. w. s., Joi.l Algona, lojJ B. E. MOM., 408! HABBINOTOW t T.-P. Harrington^It; J. DiafcTtl Attorneyn-at-Law ^ Phone«i,Ofttce, 28; T. p. H., w| B. J. VAN NESS, CK/W. Lawyers Office over Iowa< State Bank Phone 213-W. , Algona, I* Q. D. ahumway SHUMWAT , „.„ ( Attorneya-at-Law Office lit Qulnby Block Phone 68 , Algona, Ion I L. A. Atttorney-at-Law Office In Qulnby Building Phone 180 KENEFICK * Physicians and Surgeon* Office:over Rexall Drug- Store Office phone 300' M. J. Keneflck, M. p., res. phono 5t I J. N. Kenefick, M. D., res. phone 3»l C. II. CIIETZMEYUU Physician and Surgeon Office~ln :John.Galbraith Block Phones: Office, 310; res:, 444 Algona ' i owl | P. V. JANSE, M. Di Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666;' residence, 1«| Algona, .Iowa WALTEB FRASEB, MV Di Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bide., Room 14, Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOUHWK Physician and Surgeon* Of flee'in Postofftco Block. Phones: Office, 197; residence, 2UI DB. W. D. ANDBEW8 , Osteopathlc Physician and Surgeon Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat— X-ray • Office over Hub Recreation Parlor Phones: Office, 187; residence, 6811 B, A. EVANS, M. Di Obstrctlcg and Electrotherapy viz: DIatheriny; arid. Ultra Violet Ban Over Borchardt Drug Store [ Phones: Residence 312, office 3M, Algona, Iowa. DENTIST* AND NOW, unless you thereto and defend,, on' or noon of the second day of the next term, of said court, being the March 19S2 term thereof, Which convenes and will be held at the Court House at Algona, Koseuth County, Iowa, on the 28th day of March 1932, default will be entered against you, and Judgment and decree rendered thereon, as prayed. R. F. CLOUGH, 21-24 Attorney for the Plaintiff. DR. H. M. OXI803C Dentist. Gas and novocaine'used- for «t-| traction. • . Located over'Chrlatensen- Store. Phones: Business 1'66, "residence 411.| Algona,. Iswa VETERINARY L. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Algona , Phones: Office, 475-W.; res.. 475-&I BUILDING CONTRACTORS! COW AX * SON General Contractors Estimates Furnished Phones: Business, 639-J; res., »| MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WOBK8 > Machinists and Welders • Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearings West of Courthouse Phone 5jl| PRODUCE SWIFT * COMPANY Cash Buyers Poultry,'Eggs, and Hides Blatt LamutH, Mgr. Phone 264. ^« « , DR. F. E. SAWYER B¥B AIiOONA, IOWA L. B. HOVBY. Sheriff'of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. R. F. dough, •;. Plaintiff's Attorney. 21-22 MORTGAGE SALE Whereas, Paul E. Brown on the 25th day of March, A. D. 1931, executed and., delivered to John W. Br.own, now the property of the Inland Finance Corporation, a Chattel Mprtgage., dated on said day, upon WILLIAMS HM» you ovjrworlnd your S'fjK?* 1 * troabln mb » i DIURETIC •nd LAXATIVE PIUS THE DOUBLE TESTED DOUBLE ACTING BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE ** FODftvrD^V INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $16,000,000 worth of insuranCJI In force. A home company. Saftl secure. J. O, Paxson, Secretary! THE A1GONA INSUBANCE AGENCY 0, B. I* Barns Al Falkenhali • Reliable Insurance Service Phone 55 City Property Loans ' Farm I Insurance. Real testate. CUNNINGHAM * LACY 107 W, State St. Algona, Io< JOE GBEENBEBG New and used Auto Parts Tires and Accessories "••es, Pur and Wool, AlKon»i low* H. w. POST! Drojr and Transfer Long Distance Hauling- 25 COPYRIGHT FOR OVER £UQ£&£. MILLIONS OF POUNDS UJED BY OUR GOVERNMENT Every lp»4 against low and damage of all kinds. Equip:; ped to do all kinds hauling and draying. PHONE a»8 Algona, Iowa Loan

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