Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1932 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1932
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fMJfrOtm. .. fiiFcoifr B, B, TOURNEY AT LEDYARD Ledyard, Feb. 16 — The annual -•county girls' basketball tournament will be held here this week Friday and Saturday. Eight teams will participate. At 2:30 Friday Wesley and Pentp'n will play; at 3:30, Ledyard ««d' Whittemore; at 7:30, Lu Verne •and Lone Rock. Bancroft and Seneca will play at 8:30 a. m. Saturday and at 2:30 the winners of the two games Friday afternoon will play, <whlle at 3:30 the winners of two Friday evening games will play Then at 8 o'clock Saturday evening Ihe winners of the semi-finals will •wind up the tourney. Supt. John- con, of Gilmore City, will be referee. father Storm Plans Sermons— The Rev. Father Sturm, of the Sacred Heart church, has prepared a series of Lenten services. This -week Friday he will preach on The Church Established by Christ Will 'last till the End of Time; on Feb- Tuary 26, Christ Established an.In- Jttlllblo Teaching Authority; March •3, The Teachings of Christ Preserved in Holy Scripture and Tradition; March 10, The Church Established by Christ Must Have Cer- ; italn Marks Whereby It Can be Known; March 17, Who Belongs to *he Church?; March 24, Good Friday services. . tfelitmtrftttl ••Choir Wins In Contest— Friday evening a number from there attended a musical festival at the Methodist church at Buffalo Center, Ledyard's choir, a quar- •tette, a junior choir, and Mr. Olson ~aang. The latter gave a tenor solo. Xedyard's choir won in Class B. The other three numbers had no competition. Judges were lona '•Ijeaso, Britt, and Professor Lura, of "Waldorf college, Forest City. ^Schoolmasters' Club Meets— Mr. and Mrs. Lauritzen and Mr. mud Mrs. Barrett attended a schoolmasters' club meeting at Lone Rock Jast week Monday evening. About 40 were present. Miss Wylam 'as- «iated Miss Jones, home economics teacher there, who, with the help of her class, served a banquet. Mary Adams Is Bride— Mary Adams, Algona, and Otto 3Uchter were married Friday evening at Lakota by the Rev. F. O. Johnson. The bride's sister, Mrs. Clifton Engelby, and the tatter's 'husband attended them. They will *e at home March 1 on the bridegroom's farm north of town. Mrs. Walter Hans Operated On— Mrs. Walter Hans was operated on lor appendicitis at her home last •week Tuesday. Miss Llndy, Swea "City, is caring for he?, and Elsie SJaumann is doing the housework. The children are at Holcomb's for a few days. Mrs. Hnlph Olson Bereaved— Mrs. Ralph Olson received word Sunday of the sudden death of her father, Nels Johnson, Ellsworth. The Olsons left at once to attend the •funeral. Reuben Balvance was to flo chores during their absence. *Dcclam' Contest Wext Week— A sub-district declamatory contest <wrill be held here next week Wednesday, Swea City, Lakota, Grant Consolidated, and Ledyard competing. Xaurltzen Referees at Tourney— Jidward Loofts Have Son— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft are parents of a son, born Sunday -•morning. This makes two boys and =*wo girls for the Loofts. -Grant Cottage letting' Belayed— Leon AVorden was at Grant Center last week Wednesday. Bids were • atubmitted for a new school cottage. 3No letting was made. faculty Play Is Given— The faculty presented the three- 'mtst comedy Apple Sauce last week Tuesday night. A fair-sized crowd ••attended. Other Ledyard News. John Hartshorn returned Satur"flay from Ames and Webster City, and reported C. C. Hall, an old-time ^resident here, now at Webster City, •m.B in critical condition. The Roy Links drove to Waterloo aJSunday. Mr. Link returned Mon- JBay, Mrs. Link and Betty remaining for a week's visit with Mrs. tink's sister. Mrs. D. B. Mayer was hostess to Hthe W. F. M. S. last week Tuesday. *frs. • Johnson led the lesson, Mrs. *ahnke the devotionals. Jack Heck, who works for L. A. INitz, left last Thursday for Des ftloines to attend the funeral of an taunt. Foot is Scalded. Sexton, Feb. 16—Mrs Fred Nehrng: scalded a foot badly Monday while she was preparing breakfast JBhe tipped the teakettle over, and tfcoiling water was dumped on the Soot. When she took off the stock tag the skin came with it. I Sexton The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. A. L. Greenfield. Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained *er Sunday school class at a valen- *Une party Saturday afternoon at her '(borne north of town. Alberta Grosenbach, Nell Wise Edith Greenfield, have been •laving the flu. There was no schoo •flast Thursday afternoon and Fri Jtoy because of the illness of Misb WJrosenbach, who is the teacher. Mrs. Floyd Pasley... entertained 3Konday afternoon at the local hal •in honor of her daughter Dorothea's atixth birthday. Her schoolmate!. <*uul the teacher, Alberta Grosen <i>ach, were fe'ue.st.s; also airs, Rober CCUey, son Bobbie Lee, and. Mrs. Jos aPVaser. Miss Grosenbach dismissed «chool at 3 o'clock. The Fred Nehrings spent Sunday -•mt Renwlck with Mrs. Nchring' j*J«t#r, Mrs. Johnson, w.ho is in poo. health, the result of the flu. Mr. anc "-3_r_. Henry Brandt looked after the 4E*s station while the Nehrings were «way, Mr. Brandt is a brother o 4Mrs. Nehring. Mr. and Mrs. Adoiph Fisch ar< •pareQts of a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz ihavc to Dubuque to attenji the fun of a brother , Sunday. - Sixty < Wed M R. AND MRS. MARTIN RAHM, St. Benedict pioneers , whose celebration of .their 60th wedding anniversary was reported in last week's Advance. This picture appeared in Register. Sunday's Des Moines LOCAL WRESTLERS DEFEAT LU VERNE RUT LOSE TO RURT Algona high school wrestlers i won a match from Lu Verne at Lu Verne ast week Wednesday evening, 16%, but lost to Burt at Burt >^Yi- day evening, 24-18. ;' • : At Lu Verne, Medin won a \ f fall from McClellan, 85-pounder, InV j 56, seconds with a reverse headlocky but ost by decision In four minutes iind 3 seconds. Spencer, of Algona, \yas defeated by Willey, Lu Verne, in {the 15-lb. class. In the same class,: R. Medin, Algona, lost to Qronbach, ;Lu; Verne, in 1% minutes on a reverse headlock. . I Thompson, 125-lb. Algonian, ;won rom Barley,. Lu Verne, in four minutes and 45 seconds. -Norton, Algona, won from Gregory, Lu Verne, n the 145-lb. class, and a match between McClellan, Lu Verne,, and Greene, Algona, ended in a flijaw vhich netted 1% points for ,"pach side. Dunmire, coach at Titcwika., vas-referee. . tt '" At Burt, Medin lost to ChipmaJri.in ive minutes and three seconds jphl'a. Nelson and'a bodylock in the isl-lb. class. Coffin, Burt, defeated Sarch-, ett, Algona, dn six minutes and 1 ; 55, seconds in the 125-lb. class. Aibbut jetween Spencer, Algona, 115-pqujid- er, and Stewart, Burt, 'ended in! a Iraw, as did a match also between Greene, Algona, and Ringsflprf. Stewart won a decision over Thbthp— on, Algona, in five minutes and..56 seconds in the 125-lb. class. ''• \ In a match between Hutchins, Alona, and Sanderson, Burt, Algona von a draw and Burt a fall. Noron, 155-lb. Algonian, won a ; fall from Carter in one minute and 59 seconds with a half Nelson arid a bodylock. Stow, of Burt, won a fall n 19 seconds from Norman, Algona, n the 165-lb. class with another half Nelson and bodylock. A match with R. Medin was forfeited, which ;gave Algona five points. Coach Graham, iU Verne, was referee. SWEA CITY MINISTERS TO CONDUCT CHURCH CANVASS American Women Who Are Doing nteresting Things Today, Mrs.. E. C. Johnson; and Women Who Have Blazed a Trail in Science, Mrs. Willam Miller. A poem was read by Mrs. O. H. Graham. Shower for Hospital Patient— Local friends of Mrs. E. A. Hus:amp, who is still at the Lutheran lospital, Des Moines, gave her a jirthday card shower last week 'uesday. She Is slowly recovering rom the injuries suffered in a car ccident several months ago, but it vlll be weeks yet before she' will be .ble to return,'. .• 'enton.Lad. to^Gp En Tour— •;.;.. Mr. and ' Mrs. A. R. Krause have ews that their son August, attend- ng Luther college, has been select- d as member of a concert chorus hat will leave Decorah February 28 and will be en tour till March 12 in owa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Daughter for Coach White— A daughter was born to Coach and Mrs. E. D. White at the Kosuth hospital, Algona, Sunday. Mr. ind Mrs. White now have two children, both girls. Mrs. White's sis- er, Bernice Bowen, of Rockford, is ooking after the home. 'Swea City, Feb. 16 — The preachers of Swea City are planning a complete church census. The district to be surveyed starts five miles south and runs over a 10-mile wide territory north to the state ine. The Baptist, Swedish, Lutheran, Norwegian Lutheran, Methodist, and Full Gospel churches are represented. Plans are to be perfected at a workers' meeting this week Wednesday night at the Baptist church. Tax Deputy Coming. r '. A deputy collector of internal revenue will be at the courthouse Friday and Saturday, February 26-2T to help make out income tax returns 'or IflSl. There will be no charge 'or his services. Income tax. returns must be filed by March 15 to avoid penalty. ... South Cresco Mrs. John Simon was discharged 'rom the Kossuth hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkins drove to Des Moines last week Wednesday and brought home~ the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, ivho had been patients at the polyclinic hospital. The trip back was too much for Mr. Miller, who has had the flu and been under the care of a doctor and a nurse since Sunday. Donald Guderian and Margarel Brown were absent from high school last week with the flu. Clen Teeter and Mrs. E. A. Guderian are recovering from the same disease, bu Maynard Guderian has been sick since Sunday. The E. A. Guderians have mpvet to Algona, and the Robert- Bells, of Whittemore, are moving to the farm the Guderians vacated. The son Merriam will be at G. C. Stewart's-till school is out. Alfred Jergensens will soon movi to a farm near Rodman, Irvln Ger her will be at the Charles Potter farm. Charles has sold a team and some farm implements to W. L Martin. A Mothers and Daughters club party will be held this week Friday evening at J. H. Fraser's. Four C orner* The Mothers aud Daughters clu meets this week Thursday with Mrs Koy Lowman, and the opening sont will-be Mount V«rnon Bells, call to be answered with quotation from Washington. A play The Re turn of Washington and Marth; will be prpnented, and a paper or Washington is to be read by Mr*. Lucille Rich. Edna Walker will read a patriotic poem. The Union No. 7 Parent-Teache association had an oldtlme school a the schoolhouse Friday night. Ev erybody attending was to come costumed aa a school ';k-id," Mrs. Fret Plumb was teacher. There was great fun for the real school chil dren of today as they watched the! parents pretend to be little children The next meeting is to be with th Arthur Cruikshanks. .Mrs. Kd Qei» rich is teacher. ' Quinten Bjustrom was sick with tho flu'.laet we«k. The AjrcWe Walk ers are'still having it. FENTON C( OBSERVE E WEDDING IP GH A Fenton, Feb. 16—Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff celebrated their jlghth wedding anniversary . Saturday evening by entertaining six couples at rook. The high scores were von by W. R. Wolfe and Mrs. C. F. McFall; the low score by Mr. Fall. Other guests were Mr. Mrs. Walter Widdel, Mr. and Mc- and Mrs. A. H. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Voight, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warner, and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Huldorff were presented with a glass luncheon set. Declamatory Winners Picked— A high school declamatory tryout was held in the high school auditor- um last week Wednesday, with Mrs. L. T. Mitchell, Emmetsburg, as critic Judge. In oratorical 'Raymond Zweifel won first, Harold Newel second; in dramatics, Leona Borchardt first, Virginia- Frank second; in humorous, August Meyers first, Emil Huskamp second. The firsts will represent-Fenton 'in- • -a sub-district contest soon. Woman's Club Hears Program— The Woman's club met at Mrs. ^. J. Weisbrod's last week Tues- lay, 'Mrs. A. H. Meyer and -Mrs. E. VV. Ruske assisting hostesses. Sev- •>nteen reponded to roll 'call. olitlcal notes. Papers were with read: At the Call A,Review of th« Recent Talkie* by T, ft C. I N THE CURRENT ISSUfi.6* the •'Photoplay, hiontnly magnalne devoted to the movies, the editor takes tip dirt oh the screen. He"a'i>* proaches the thing warily, Emitting that there are scattered exam- and here ple» of sex, suggestive dialog, other objectionable features New Grandson for Meyers— Mrs. H. H. Meyer got home last veek Wednesday from Cherokee, Okla., where she had spent a month vith her daughter, Mrs. Edvin Peter, who has a new son. vas Irene Meyer. Mrs. Peter liinlor Methodist. Choir Sings— The Junior Methodist choir, under the direction of Mrs> Kenneth Stephenson, made its first public appearance at Sunday evening ser- ices. Other Fenton News. F. P. Newel attended a state con- ention of hardware dealers at Des Moines from last week Tuesday till Friday evening. Mrs. Newel accom- janied him as far as Eagle Grove, vhere she visited till he returned vith Mr. and Mrs. Herchel Flum- merfeldt. Mrs. Flummerfeldt is a lormer Fenton teacher, remembered lere as Evelyn Sharp. Mrs. W. T. Ohm and Mrs. E. W. Huske entertained 28 women at the Ohm home Friday. Bridge was )layed at seven tables, and the high scores were won by Mrs. A. J. Krause and Mrs. F. H. Bohn. A two- course luncheon was served at 5:30. Mrs. Clarence Weisbrod, Ringsted, was an out-of-town guest. The Methodist Aid will meet at .he church this week Friday, with Mrs. Jos. Hartman, Mrs. Roy Chris.- ihilles, Mrs. Jacob Zweifel, and Mrs. Charles Glaus as hostesses. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and her children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, at Ringsted. E. J. Frank and his daughter Vir- ;inia went to Charles City Saturday to visit relatives till this week Tuesday. Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertained tier bridge club Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Boettcher won the high score. Susan Goeders, Whittemore, is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. F. H. Bohn. and there, but he concludes that really questionable' matter comprises less than 6 per cent of the total output. He says further that actors and actresses who have Indulged In this sort of "freedom" have found It extremely unprofitable from a financial standpoint and are going back to clean plays and clever dialog. Ail of which is encouraging, arid should quiet the fears of such well meaning but ill-guided guardians of the public morals as our friend J, W. C., of the Sioux City Journal, who has been working himself dnto a lather of late about cleaning up the stage and the talkies. 117HAT HAPPENS WHEN one of T T our most favored actors is costarred with one of your least fa- ypred actresses, in, a story.,, lacks originality of plot and theme? Yes. you have guessed It — the favored son suffers. If they don't hurry and get Clark!Gable a ,part which requires more .'talent than slapping heroines across the • face and snarling "Get Out!" 'we 'are afraid this young man's popularity is going to wane, at least.with ^this- critic. And we are getting Just a little-fed up on this "womanly sacr. rifice" stuff too. In -"Possessed'' they have rather lessened the curse by resorting to a happy ending, in which the • woman pays and pays and pays—-but eventually, ; collects, If you know what we mean. We aren't exactly sure ourselves. "Possessed" seemed to satisfy the fans, though it would be our guess that the box-office appeal of the Gable-Crawford combination would produce a bigger drawing card than any mouth to mouth recommendation. The story .is 'older than the hills—the small town girl's dissatisfaction with the dull monotony of .rural life,- her adventures in the big wicked city, success (such as it is) and—here the thing- goes haywire— ultimate marriage! NOT with the "home town boy" but with the man whqse mistress, she has been for three years. In this last ' particular the screen version differs from« the stage play from which it was taken, "The Mirage." In our humble estimation, the talkie is weakened by the happy ending. Maybe we are dn a particularly Puritanical state of mind today, but it seems to us that the director and producer of "Possessed" took unusual pains to bring out the fact that Marian is living a life of shame. A jttle subtlety in expressing this situation is greatly to be desired, not so much from moral grounds as for the dramatic element. Not all movie fans are morons. The best acting is contributed by Skeets 'Gallagher, who turns 'in a fine performance of the rich drunkard. Joan Crawford Js better than she has been for some time; in fact, she puts over some mighty fine bits of acting. Clark able is miscast as the rising young lawyer who finally gets to be governor. In this case, ftewis Stone, In Forbidden '(which by the way is a similar theme), presents a much Ciner characterization. ' The scenes in the convention hall are marvelous, really the high spots in the production. No "Possessed" isn't anything for the children—and not so hot for adults. rldlngr Boy, they Jump into saddles from, every angle lit Local Bad Man, and how they "fide 'eni, cowboy!" i T HEY MUTIUATBiJ RUPERT •Hughes' story, No One Man, pretty badly when they made it into a talkie. On the sliver screen .it's Just another Ben Lindsey trial marriage 'hodge-podge set against glittering background of Palm Beach, rich mansions, and polo fields. There are certain times in the life of thte critic when he is content with this so-called "atmosphere", . when the panorama of a great ocean'beach sort ..of soothes his troubled (?) spirit, when the sound of the rolling surf flowing and ebbing lulls him to a mental oblivion, so that he forgets the plot and the. Inane characters and Is content to relax in a comfortable seat and challenge the photo- Plaintiff, claiming .'of you, grapher, "Come do your stuff." "No One Man" on, . Cameraman, Is the tale of a dizzy.blonde (Carole Lombard) who has already discarded husband No. l^when -pur story, opens v and .now wavers between 'a wor'thleSs' 'dalller (Richard Cortez) and a promising physician (Paul Lukas), but finally selects the former, after eloping with the doctor, in as silly., a scene as anything we have seen at the Call In a long time. It simply Insults the Intelligence. The doctor, takes out some of the curse of the episode by giving the brainless heroine a ,good. round piece of his mind. Well, husband No. 2 conveniently dies of heart failure, from too much philandering, which'leaves the now. thoroughly experienced. Nep (her name is Penelope) free' to'nttirry the doc* tor, who, of course, has been wildly in love, with .her all the time. Yes, dear readers, this is "pretty awful" stuff, but the producers have done you a great service in naming the. show. If you will insist on attending talkies with names like this, then you shouldn't, complain.:ifythey 'un true to form. 'Perhaps you will iverlook shortcoming'in plot too in hese ultra-sophisticated flap-dop- dles and concentrate your' gaze" on he gorgeous vistas of ocean beach's, restless surf, "and moonlit sky; hat is, if you're feeling that way. Some rather subtle comedy is sup)Hed by the father of the heroine in ils remarks to his wife — but y lave to be broadminded and a bit •generous" to appreciate them. Steward for Sheriff. Constable W. HI Steward, who operates the only dray line at Burt is a candidate for the republican nomination for sheriff. Mr. Steward, who has lived in the county 29 years and at Burt 22 years, is a son of H. A. Steward, near Bancroft. He is married and has five children. He has been an efficient peace offi- TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for Republican nomlna- ion for sheriff of Kossuth county, subject to the will of the voters at he June primaries!—E. L. Harris. 32PA20-23 HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for County Auditor of Koesuth county, subject to the will of'the republican voters at the June primary. Your vote and support AM A CANDIDATE IN THE June primaries for the republican nom- natlon for supervisor in the First district, consisting • of Whittemore, Garfield, Cresco, Riverdale, Irving- on, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships. — Hugh Raney, Irvington :ownshlp. 33(2)20tf St. Benedict Eighth graders here who wrote county examinations two weeks ago have 'received their returns. All passed with good averages. E. F. Rahm, bank examiner at Ottumwa, spent the week-end with Ills family, returning to his duties Monday. Mrs. Isadora Elsenbarth had the grippe last week, and was abed a few days. Marcel-la, and Frances Kellner, employed at Algona, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner. . The William Dunlaps were Sunday evening dinner guests of 'Corwith relatives. A number of farmers here have been shelling corn during the last two weeks. John Grandgenett shelled 3,000 bushels on Sec. 12, near Lu Verne, Friday. John Grandgenett has rented this land for a number of years. The Frank Weiners spent Sunday afternoon with Britt relatives. air. and Mrs. Matt Sti-eit, Algona., called on Mrs. Anna HuscJika Friday afternoon. •Eleanor Rahm, who is staying with Jw sisters, Mrs. Louis G«r- ru,ann and Mrs. Ben Dwenger, Aj- soaa, epent Monday with tho homo WtttS -: - .,.:...:_•• XTOTWITHSTANDING the obvious fact that the debonair William Powell is frightfully miscast in High Pressure, and also in spite of the fact that the supporting cast is dull and uninspired, this rollicking satire on modern stock-selling methods is diverting and enjoyable..- We see the usually sleek William, unconscious, dishevelled, dead-to-the- world, prostrate on a bench -in a speakeasy, when the plays opens and his sudden transition, from the uncouth "bum" to a star salesman is a nifty bit of dramatic surprise. Whoever thought of this plot and then picked Powell to play the lead must have spent a rather bad night; it is beyond the realm of conjecture. However, High Pressure has much to recommend it as a good piece of entertainment. It points the finger of scorn, figuratively speaking, at all stock-selling methods, shows how the stage is set and the personnel of the organization picked, .all before the product is even in, tangible form. In this case the product is artificial rubber, and much of the action is taken up in futile efforts to locate the inventor, who alone possesses the secret of manufacture. Then when at last he is found he turns out to be a raving maniac. The scene where the old gentleman goes completely "cuckoo" is a fine piece of dramatic work. Evelyn Brent is cold as an Icicle, In strange contrast to the warmth she usually puts into her roles, pnly in the final scenes, when she registers disgust (more towards herself than towards the man who places the urgent business of stock-selling above the less imperative oaeupation of love), does she really rise to the level of the capable actress she really is. George Sidney is good, especially in tho opening scenes, while Guy Kibbee plays his usual ter role with his usual' skill. And there's Frank McHugh, feeder most of the comedy laughs of the show: his performance suffers ii comparison with the part he took in the Front Page, a characterization we shall never forget. Two pretty awful short subjects preceded High Pressure and did not help in any way to introduce the feature. A lit- tlo more attention to "shorts", Man ager Rice; you know, you made some good resolutions the first of thi year. Let's not forget them. L OCAL BAD MAN, with the smil ing Hoot Gibson and the demuri blonde, Sally Blane, foUows .the streoptoyped western pattern •close ly, and is replete with scheming vil lains, blustering sheriffs, raisunder stood heroes, believing heroines, and all the rest of the big-hearted char actors of the "wide -open places.' The producers even went back tc the old jar of "1910" and uneartb« a couple of train robberies. At that it's a good evening's entertatamen If you're not too particujar abou plot. There's always gorgeous ery, TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county—The undersigned herebj announces his intention to seek the Republican nomination for the office of county treasurer, subject to the will of the voters as expressed at :he primary election June 6, 1932.— I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY can-, didacy for the democratic nomination for clerk of court. Your support will be appreciated.—E. J. Mc- ivoy. 20U22-23 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for county attorney of Kossuth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the vot- with. white fleecy doi^a as also some fancy saddle ANNOUNCEMENTS McCarthy and, Mayme 'McCarthy, personal judgment for the «um 6f Twenty-three Thousand Seven Hun* dred Fifty and 41/100 (128,750.41) Dollars, togethef with Interest at the rate of 8% from and after the 1st day of February, 1932/ -together with attorney fees and costs* and taxes and insurance premiums which may be advanced; and also, claiming as against all of you, the establishment of and foreclosure of the certain real estate mortgage ae*. curing the payment of said amount, and covering the following described real estate,' in Kossuth ' County, Iowa, td'-wit: of Half Sot^thwest Quarter Section Sixteen (16); .West (W'4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Twenty-one (21), all In'Townshlp Ninety-four. (94) North of Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 6th principal Meridian, containing 240 acres, more or less, according to. the Government Survey; and claiming' that plaintiff'to entitled to the foreclosure of sal* m,qr,t£age, v aijd ,for .costs;. ,and, dald petition prays Judgment and foreclosure accordingly and general equitable .relief; and for further particulars as to plaintiff's clalhls, 1 demands .and prayers, you will- see: the said petition on file. Plaintiff also asks for the appointment 'of*-a Receiver and'for. deficiency judgment; And.unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next Term of said District Court, the same being th* March 1 , A. D. 1932 Term of said Court, which will be convened in jthe Court House at. Algona f In. said County of Kossuth, and State. ; of Iowa,.on the 28th day of March, A. D. 1932, .your default will be entered and judgment will be rendered, against you. for the ~ full amount claimed, and for costs, including Attorney fees; said mortgage •iyilli tfo established,,as a lien upon sajd premises and''.foreclosure, .of said mortgage,will be had; and such other .and»further"relief will be granted as equity may direct Jn Its favor. , HOBBET & BLUB, BYRON B. OBERST," 23-26 Attorneys for Plaintiff. ivill be Bartlett. appreciated.—Harley E. 32PAtf H. N. Kruse. 18u24 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 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 Dte- Hct Court of Kossut.h county, Iowa, in a judgment 'rendered in eaid lourt on the 13th day of February, 1932, in favor of Edward J. Hough, as Executor of the estate of George Galbraith, deceased, as plaintiff, and against Colman T. Chubb, Laura T. Chubb, Chas. E. Chubb, thel L. Chubb, Laura M. Palmer and Berte L. Palmer, as defendants, ''or the sum of Four Thousand Eight lundred Ten and 15/100, ($4810.15) dollars and Costs, taxed at One lundred Two and 48/100 ($102.48) Dollars and accruing costs, I have evied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Colman T. Chubb, Laura T. Ihubb, his wife, Ohas. E. Chubb, Sthel L. Chubb, his wife, Laura M; Calmer and Berte L. Palmer, her husband, Mike Loss and S. N. Har- 1s to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The North Half of the Southwest Quarter (N% of SW%) of Section Twenty-three (23), Township Nlne- y Five (95) North, Range Twenty- Nine (29) _West of the Fifth P. M;; and I will proceed to sell said prbp- irty, or so much thereof as may >e necessary , to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs. 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 ers.—H. W. Miller. 24 (2)23-38 TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for county recorder, subject to .he decision of the voters in the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson 31u23tf HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY candidacy for the democratic nomination for sheriff, subject to the decision of the voters at the June primary.—Carl Dahlhauser, Bancroft. ' 25p23-24 ANNOUNCEMENT — I HEREBY announce my candidacy for Jhe republican nomination for supervisor in the First district, Kossuth county subject to the will of the voters in the June primary.—J. H. Fraser, of Riverdale. 33p23-26 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE THAT I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for sheriff at the June primaries. All support will be appreciated.—Archie Haines, Algona. 25p23 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the Republican nomination for'county coroner, subject to the June primary.—L. M. Merritt. 19p23-24 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for the republican nomination for county attorney, subject to the will of the voters at the June primary.—Q. w. Stilunan. 26u23tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the republican nomina^ tion for supervisor in the Second district, subject to the result of the June primary.—-Henry Wegener, Alg ona - 26(2)23tf LEGAL NOTICES OBIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kbssuth County, March Term, A. D. 1932. TJiE 1TODERAL, LAND BANK OF OMAHA, a Corporation, Plaintiff .Vs.. . '' M. J. MCCARTHY ana MATHS} MCCARTHY, hu^bg,nd and wife; JOHN RUGBR awl'MRS. JOHN RUGER, husband *nd wife; • am AGNES TO M.-J. MCCARTHY, husband-944 JOHN Elk Cleaners and Tailori PkoM MO County, ai* T ir" *-• , SltittAhon Miff's .Attorney the New We now have the 1932 model Chevrolets on the floor. Free Wheeling and synchro-mesh gear shift New body lines. Come in and see them. We have radiator shutters for 1928-29-30 and '31 Chevrolet cars. u It.-T Hot air and hot water heaters for Chevrolet cars, >.' .Alcohol and Prestone for radiators. We sell alcohol for 45c a gallon. Bring your own container. ,,l i Oil^ Oasoline, Biitteriei, ftnd Accessories. * >/."~J" ' ' . USED CARS .;•', ' ';, 1929' Whippet Coach "192$,Chevrolet Coach 1929 Nash Sedan .1930 Chevrolet Coupe. 1928 Oakland Coach KOHLHAAS BROS. * wl ;;; PHONE 200 Our R?(ipe Club *YOU GROW UP, BFSSI^IOOKUPSOMF HBfc are* famous dinners I RFC I PITS' A? GOOD AS served ln thla town that advertise both" accomplished cooks and this pure; food, market where the | ingredients are purchased. u.THF ONPf YOUR MOTHER CLIPS FROM THESE PEA TIMBALE8 l-.pt. can of peas % t. pepper) 2 eggs separated 2/3 t. salt 2 tb. melted butter I Drain peas and mash through a sieve so /that there is 1 cup of pea pulp. Season to taste with salt and pepper,- and ^also onion juice if desired. • Stir in well bea'ten 'yolks and the butter. Then' fold in whites stifly beaten. Grease the timbale moulds and fill with" mixture 2/3 full. Set mould in pan of hot water and place.in oven. Poach until just] FABM BELIEF This store will accept shelled corn In trude for groceries. Bring firm enough to'turn out. Serve your corn In sacks. Yon will re- with 1 cup of Gream Sauce to celve several cents over the market price. which 1/3 cup of drained and | rinsed' peas is added. This Week School Tablets, 3 for lOc y. C. Bean Hole Beans at ______!__ 2 for 21c Gold Medal Flour, "kitchen tested" — guaranteed. Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs. 25c .Pineapple, crushed or~ :, broken slices, No. : 10 tin 63c Peaches, sliced or halves, No. 10 ___89c Matdaronif bulk, 3 'Ibs. for 19c| Mixed NutSj while they last, 3 Ibs. __25c I Lettuce, large heads ,7c Potatoes per 100 Ibs. 99c | , Meat Department Pork Chops, 2 Ibs. _21c | 1 Ib. sliced bacon and 1 lb; liver 28 Don't forget our choice] beef and pork roasts. f We want everybody to drink real good coffee and that means — — and for this and the next " H will be sbld at The u Dependon Grocery" FOB 35c PEE FQUJfB, OB 8 FOUNDS FOB ^ very many more cupful, to the pound than other* in the high priced u — TryitJ- or Al60 ° a PftONES 290-291 We deliver all orders )0

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