Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1932 · Page 6
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S GIVEN TITONKA 9N THE FLAG Tltonko., Mar. 1—Kenneth Kuch- enreuther, Sth grader, and Bettj Budlong, 7th grader have received awards from the local Legion Auxiliary for the best records in examinations on the flag code, a copy ol which .was recently presented to the grades.by the unit. Honorable mention In bhe eighth grade was won iy Evelyn Schultz, Allan Lamor- 6ux, Lola Peterson, and Edna Ites, and In.the 7th grade by Arthur Boyken, Merlyn Schram. Anna Grace Blakley, and Dale Hlggins. Books by Honore Morrow portraying the •home life of Lincoln, one entitled Forever Free, the other With Malice Toward None, were presented. The tests were conducted on Lincoln's birthday. Cminly "Anx" Units Meet— This week Tuesday at the Presbyterian church, Burt. there will be a meeting of units of the Legion auxiliaries of the county at Algona, Burt, Bancroft. Fenton, Lone Rock. Swea City, Wesley, and Titonka. A musical program has been prepared. District officers as follows will be in attendance: Marie Stanley, Boone, district committeewoman: Mrs. June Leland, Humboldt, music chairman; and Mrs. e. M. Todd. Maple Hill, district historian. State reports will be given. Titonka Loses to Fenton— In a county girls' basketball tournament a.t Lakota Friday night Fenton defeated Titonka, 12-10. In attendance from Titonka were Lela Stephens. Ro.sn Pouelsen, Mildred, Fern, and Harold Krantz, Bernice Larsen. Rdithmae Budlong, Loraine Petersen. Margaret Callies. Barbara Ball, Kenneth Carlson. Lewis Bacon, George Sachau. the William Boykens, the L. B. Larsons, Helen Beed, and Mrs. Raymond Krantz. IAD WIRINS STARTS FIRE IN 6000 HOPE FARM HOME Good Hope, Mar. 1—'Fire, originating In electric wiring threatened de- stfvictlon of the Homer Dodds farm here Friday. It started in the floor and wall of an upstairs room and worked its way towards the roof. Help was simimoney from the neighborhood and the Algona fire truck was called, but the work of a bucket brigade of neighbors made it unnecessary to use fire apparatus. A minimum of damage was done. One panel in the wall was chopped out and a small hole was chopped in the roof. The usual mess caused by smoke, water, and charred wood distressed the ytfung couple, who had .Hist got their furniture into the ne\v home. SENEGA B,B, TEAMS PLAY IN TOURNEY Seneca. Mar. 1—As had been predicted Ledyard won the annual boys' county basketball tournament, but only by the skin of her teeth in an overtime period, defeating Lu Verne, Schoolboy Is Badly Hurt — Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schutjer. slipped and fell on his back while he was at play on the school grounds one day last week. He was tnken to Doctor Harostreet. 31-30. Saturday afternoon Seneca's midgets almost took Ledyard into camp in the biggest upset of the tournament, though Ledyard won, 20-18. Seneca had not been conceded a chance before the tournament. Each got eight field goals. Another surprise was Fenton's defeat of Ti- :onka. 27-24. In the finals. Ledyard. after the :wo narrow escapes, doubled the score in a game against Wesley, 22-11. In the Class A, Swea City took Algona to a trimming, 21-10, in a game in which Swea City's speed was the feature. A summary of the tournament scores follows: First round — Ledyard «1, Lu Verne, 30 (overtime) ; Whittemore, 2S, Bancroft. 10: Wesley, 23. Lone Rock. 21: Seneca, 17. Lakota, 14; Fenton, 27, Titonka. 24. Second round — Wesley, 27, Whittemore. 21. Semi-finals — Ledyard, 20, Seneca, IS; Wesley. -16, Fenton, 14. who found nothing wrong, but as I Finals—Ledyard. 22, Wesley, 11. Robert still complained he was tak- | CLASS A. en to an Algona hospital, where a major operation for ruptured spleen was performed Friday. He is reported improving. 2 Seconds, One Third, In 'Declam' — . Leota Oesterreicher. Wilbur Schram, and Helen Beed. winners in a home declamatory contest, drove to Wesley last week Wednesday night for a district declamatory content asainst Burt, Lu Verne, and Leota won second in hu- Helen, .second in drama- "Wesley. morous: tics; and Wilbur, third in oratorical. Titonka Couple Are Married — Jerry Schutjer and Grace Dee were married Saturday by the Rev. L. G. Gartner. Rowan Methodist pastor, formerly of Titonka. Dewey Hutchinson was best man; Beulah Schutjer, bridesmaid. From Rowan the party drove to Waterloo to visit Grace's Bister, working there. The newlyweds will live in Titonka. Bicentennial Program Presented — A Washington bi-centennial program will be given this week Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium by town organizations. Some short plays directed by Mrs. Stephen de Vries, who has studied expression and dramatic art. will be presented. Woman's Club Studies Nature— Mrs. R. C. Ball entertained the Woman's club last Thursday. Mrs. Virgil Pendergas"t was leader, and the lesson was on nature, roll call being answered with favorite nature quotations. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Jay Budlong's. Swea City, 21, Algona, 10. Cardinals Third at Srarslialltown— In a state tournament for independent basketball teams at Marshalltown last week-end the Swea City Cardinals showed their stuff by winning from Conrad and Toledo, but in the semi-finals lost, 33-32, to college stars from Omaha who "moved" to Council Bluffs in order to be called an Iowa team for the purposes of the tournament. The Cardinals, however, won consolation honors as the third best team: in Iowa. With such boys' teams as the Swea City high school's and the Cardinals and such girls' teams as Whittemore's and Seneca's the last few years, Kossuth county has been on the basketball "map." Seneca Farmers In Moves— JOS, ELViQGE, 72, LONE ROCK, DIES SUDDENLY Lone Rock, Mar. 1—Joe Elvidge, who has lived here for 40 years, died suddeifly of double pneumonia at his home last week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Elvidge was born March 4. 1S60, one of six sons, to Mr. and Mrs'. Wm. Elvidge, near Darlington, Wls. The family moved to Hazelton, and in 1SSO to Kossuth, where he has since resided. April 10. 1S!)5, he was married to Stella Peck, at Burt. who died 12 years later on their wedding anniversary. Four children survive: Dr. George Elvidge. of Perry, Mrs. Roy Jensen, of Lone Rock, Mrs. R. J. Edwards, of Pipe-stone, Minn., and James. In 1S99 Mr. Elvidge came to Lone Rock, where he has continued to live and was a stock buyer for years. He first became sick a week ago Saturday. He was nearly 72 years old. Mr. Elvidge was well known by everyone here. He has five brothers living. Hurt 4-H Girls Meet— . The Burt Lively League 4-H girls met with Marie Bahllng February 13. The program follows: proper pictures, ways and places for hanging, Gladys Bierstedt: proper framing of pictures, Dorothy Bierstedt; talk, bedroom pictures. Beada Kollasch. New 1932 club officers* took up duties for the first time. They are president, Beada Kollaschj vice president, Rae Koestler: secretary and treasurer, Loraine Kollasch: newspaper reporter, Margaret Laabs: historian, Gladys Bierstedt. FARMERS AT GOOD HOPE EXCHANGE FARMS MARCH Good Hope, Mai 1 , 1—Moving Is the order of the day, and Is .being carried out In the midst of difficulties. The Carl Madsons have moved from the Overmyer farm to Eagle Grove, where they have relatives and Mr. Madsoh hopes to find work. The Or* vllle Rutledges have moved to ' the farm they vacated; the Meyers from the Milt Moore farm to one near Bancroft, a family from that neighborhood replacing them here; 'the Wallace McArthurs from the former Robert Dodd's farm to the Henry Dearchs farm, near the Center school, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds to the farm vacated (Mr Dodds, with his. mother,- Mrs. Chester Schoby, owns the farm); the ANNOUNCEMENTS dldacy for Coahty Au'dltor , of Kossuth 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 Sum primaries for the republican nomination for supervisor In the Fii'st district, consisting of Whlttehiore, Garfield. Cresco, Riverdale, Irvington, Sherman, and Lu Verne towh- Fred Willretts from the Kueck farm, a mile north Getffer of the Good Hope church, to the Galbraith farm, west of Algona: Mr. and Mrs Vern Gross to the farm thus vacated from the Henry Steinman farm; Mr. -and Mrs. Nathan Parr, with the latter's mother,. (Mrs. Mame 'Steinman, to the Steinman farm. A family named Black has the Tjaden farm. The Reset's, formerly there have not yet settled in a new home. The former William Martin farm, occupied last year by the )|Roy Cooks, will be farmed this year by James Murray, the Cooks having located for the time being at Algona. R. T). Larsons Lose Son— Word was received from the R. D. Larsens. who now live at Northwood, that their little son Keith died of pneumonia last week. Mr. Larsen was superintendent here three years ago and moved to Northwood from here, where he is now superintendent of schools. Freil Pike Dies Suddenly — This community was shocked to hear of the death of Fred Pike, near Clinton recently. He was the husband of Ruth Spooner. who was principal of the school for ten years. Lone Rock Farewell Party Is Given — A sophomore party was held in honor of Glen Burtis and Myrle Olson at F. E. Genrich's last week Tuesday evening. These pupils are moving soon. Many Seneca farmers have chang- f or tne presen t. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. Ed and Evelyn Blanchard, and Mrs. Fred Genrich attended the funeral of Mrs. Eva Richardson, of Gary. Ind.. at Bancroft Saturday. Mrs. Richardson is a cousin. Dr. and Mrs. George Elvidge, of Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Edwards and baby, of Pipestone, attended the funeral of their father, Joe Elvidge, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sprank are moving household goods to a f.arm owned by Mra. Sprank'w father, Wm. O'Donnell, and will store them ed locations. The Albert Nelsons, from near Graettinger, 'have the farm formerly tenanted by John England, a mile west of Seneca. The Orien Johnsons have moved to a Mrs. Ring- farm near Burt. Mr. and Tony Dahl have moved to sted, but their children, Esther and Chris, will operate the home place. I). S. Girls Serve Banquet— The domestic science girls 'hostesses at a banquet last were week Wednesday evening at the schoolhouse in honor of the Washington bicentennial. Members of the school board, their wives, and the teachers were guests. Patriotic decorations were used. Blelchs (Jo to Dolllver— The Martin Bleichs are leaving for Dolliver, where Mr. Bleich, who has been assistant buttermaker here, will be buttermaker for a farmers' oreamerv. Barber I'eterson Home > A. M. 'Peteivon. who had bean at Rochester several weeks,, .following an operation, came home Saturday. runs a local barber Mr. Peterson shop. Other Titonka News. A new girl arrived at the Edward Callies home February 22, Washington's birthday. Till* is the ; ,eighth child in a family of three girls ,and five boys. The baby had been named Donna Rue. Dayle Craven, who has worked at Minneapolis the last few months, came Saturday to visit bus parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven. Horace Schank, who had worked at the Stoutenbergr & Jones farm near Burt, is now at Roy Budlong's, southwest of town. Carl Callies Sr., H. A. French, Stephen de Vries, and the latter's son Junior have been sick with influenza. Mrs. Roy Budlong. Mrs. Frances Budlong, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong were at Algona Saturday. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, Mrs. Laura Hansen, Mrs. Reynolds, and Mrs. Hoon have been sick. Mesdames Lee O. Wolfe, H. A. French, and Harry Beed were at Mason City Friday. COUNTY ODD FELLOWS MEET TUESDAY NIGHT AT TITONKA [Held From Last Week.] Titonlca. Feb. 22—The Odd Fellows' county council meets at the coliseum here this week Tuesday night. Part of the program will be numbers by the One Man Band, of Minneapolis, radio feature, and the entertainer will also play for a dance. Odd Fellows. Rebekahs, and prospective Odd Fellows may attend. L. G. Pool, Algona, Is counjty council president; Jay Budlong and C. E. Thomas, 'both Titonlca. vice president and secretray respectively; W. E. Laird, Aljjpna, treasurer; and J. P. Fisher, chairman. • Titonka, membership Another S. D, Shipment. J«one Rock. Mar. 1—A 100.000-lb. capacity car is being loaded with grain to be sent to South starving stock. an Dakota Four Teeth Knocked Out— Nels Christensen, Seneca garage- man, recently suffered an accident in which four teeth were so badly loosened that he had to have them extracted. He was working under a car when a wrench he was using slipped and hit him in the mouth. Boy Hus Ear Trouble— Junior, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, has been sick with ear trouble, and it has been feared that mastoiditls may develop. Other Seneca News. Mrs. Henry Rasmussen and her children have rented three rooms in the house occupied by the Martin Vants. They formerly had rooms uiwtairs at Sheldon Merrill's. Mrs. Rasmussen drives a school bus east of Seneca. Vernon Jensen helped his brother George, of Ringsted, last week, George being unacie to work because of sickness. Charles Osborn was a flu sufferer last week-end. Martin Vant and Jimmy Rasmussen helped with the chores. Alma Madison, Lone Rock, spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Charles Osborn. FARM FIRE EXTINGUISHED BEFOREJRUGK ARRIVES Irvington, Mar. 1—The Algona fire department was called to "Cap" Smith's at S o'clock Sunday morning, but neighbors and the family had extinguished the blaze before the firemen arrived. The fire started in a clothing closet upstairs, through which a pipe from a downstairs stove passed. It is -reported that the pipe had rusted, and evidently it collapsed, allowing sparks to ignite clothing in the closet. The door was closed, and the family did not know of the fire till considerable damage had been done. Train Kills 10 Sows. Sexton, Mar. 1—William Neuroth suffered a stroke of hard luck one day last week, when his brood sows got out and wandered to the railroad right-of-way, where the 11 a. in. passenger train struck and killed ten of them. Three others were not found. 0. N. Staley Dead. Burt, Mar. 1—E. H. Staley has received word of the death of 'his brother, O. N. Staley, Aurora, 111. He was known to many Burt people, being the owner of farms near Burt, occupied by the W. E. and G. K. Braces. Evelyn Behrman, 5th and sixth grade teacher, was ill with the flu last week and the first of this week. Ethel Benjamin is taking care of her classes. The Charles Hawks are moving to the Fish farm in Seneca this week. The Roy Housemans, six miles north of Britt, are moving on their place. Mr. and Mrs. John Sones and children and Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson and baby were guests at J. M. Blanchard's Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Frank Flaig entertained the sewing- club last week Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Thompson will serve next week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krause have been III with the flu the last week. Mrs. Robert Padgett, of Algona, is doing the work. Hugh Walsh, and Ernest Hutchinson and Tom Tolifson, of Bancroft, left Monday for Redick, III, to visit. The William John and Clyde Sanders families, of Swea City, were guests of the Otis Sanders' Sunday. The I. W. Newbrough family will move to the Meinzer place north of Burt the first of March. Harry Rahn has been suffering with an infection in his eye and is under a doctor's care. Leo Seefeldt, of Dexter, Minn., visited old friends here last week Wednesday. Mrs. Andrew Thompson is visiting relatives at Royal this week. Mrs. A. Kennedy, of Bancroft, was a business caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blanohard's baby was ill last week. Mrs. Harry -Rahn was ill with the flu last week. TEN HIGH CREAM CHECKS ANNOUNCED AT TITONKA Titonka, Mar. 1—The high cream checks for January follow; Nick Heesch, $168.54; Edward Zwelfel, $102.35; Bartlett & Sons, $87.63; Bruno Sleeker, $85.79; Graham Bros., $76.36; John Koestler, $72.68; George Rippentrop, $72.22; & Sons, $68.08; Warner $66.70; George Peterson, Phelps Smidt, $64.17; John A. Harms, $63.94; Wert Asche, $63.25; Fred Stecker, $63.02; Henry Gray. $62.79; Carl Watson, $60.95; Chris Brandt, $59.34; C. E. Brown, $57.96; J. B. Pannkuk, $57.04; Mike Arend, $36.12; A. Schram, $55.43; Spier & Larsen, $53.36; F. E. Willis, $52.44; M. E. Larsen, $51.52; John Sachau, $51.06; Rbore Kruse, $49.91; J. K. Harms. $49.45; Walter Ostermann. $48.76; Senus Isebrand, $48.53; W. H. Grover, $47.84; George J. Schutjer, $47.38; John Rodemaker, $46.92; Harry Ricklefs, $46.23; Jennie Hansen, $46.23; William Rhode, ?46.00; E. Buss, $45.54. Ex-Algonian Speaks. Maud Sutton, former Algona girl, now director of nursing education at Des Moines, recently spoke at a meeting at Mason City of Tenth district members of the state association of registered nurses. Miss Sutton used to be a nurse at Mason City. Seeks Beelection. W. H. Lewis, Spencer mayor, has announced candidacy tor a second term. He is father of Mrs. Eugene Neville. Algona, and was a Spencer printer till he was elected mayor. Other Good Hope. Except for a few moments on favorable days William Treptow continues to bo confined to his bed with the Illness from which he has suffered eight or nine weeks. There Is a gradual general Improvement, but the patient Is slow, to regain strength. Dick Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, and Elsie Black, all Burt, dropped in on 'him on Sunday. . A Parent-Teacher meeting in Dist. No. 7 was hold at A. B. Cruik- .shank's Friday evening with a near 100 per cent attendance. This district has a group much interested in school affairs. John Sabin is director; Mrs. Ed Genrich, teacher; A. B. Cruikshank, president of the P. T. A. A birthday party In honor of Mrs. Arie Dittmer and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom, twin.s^. was held at the home of their parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell, Friday evening, 25 attending. A birthday dinner was served at the Mitchell home Sunday. Among folks sick or recovering from .the flu or other troubles are Karl Kueck, W. I. Dodds, son William, Peter Martin, Mrs. Krwin Turner, John Mrs. Moser, Herbert Staley, Mrs. James Holding, Vernon Gross, and Lucille Hackbarth. Edw. and Charles Dittmer and the latter's son Leonard were at Manchester last week Wednesday to Friday for the funeral of Mrs. George Dittmer.' wife of a brother of the elder Dittmers. Good Hope*folks greeted the first passable roads and fair weather In a number of weeks with a good- sixed congregation at the service of worship Sunday. Karl Kueck celebrated a birthday Monday, the first wnce 192S. FARMERS ON MOVE AT SLJENEDICT St. Benedict, Mar. 1—Monday and Tuesday were busy days for farmers who had to* move. The Joseph Clemms have moved from the Garman tana, southwest of St. Benedict, to a farm north of Algona, and the Jos, Hildmans to the former Clemms place; Roy Olson, north of the village, on the Albert Grosenbach farm, to the Hanna Ranch, and George Simons from near Irvington, to a farm west of town; the Charles Wandlings to Wesley; the John Millers from near Lu Verne to the Jos. Ferstl farm, southwest of St. Benedict. ships. — Hugh Raney, township. Irvington 33(2)20tf 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 HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for county attorney of Kos.- suth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters.—H. W. Miller. 24 (2)23-33 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. 1n the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson . ''. 31u23tf ANNOUNCEMENT — I HEREBY announce my candidacy for the 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 MY CAN- dldacy for the republican nomination for county attorney, subject to the will of the voters at the June primary.—G. W. Stillman. 25u23tf LEGAL NOTICES Other St. Benedict. Frances Kellner and Adelheid Eisenbarth spent the week-end at the former's home. Both are employed at Algona. Alberta Neuroth, alno of Algona, spent Sunday with her sister, .Mrs. Magnus Rahn. Irma Arndorfer, R. N., was called on a case Friday evening at the Kossuth hospital. The J. St. Johns, Algona, were at Dennis Carroll's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Newhouse, Earlville, spent a few days with the home folks, going home last Thursday. She was Anna Bruning. A good many people here are having the flu. Philip Arndorfer helped William Meyer a few days, Mr. Meyer being sick. Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth and one of her children are abed. Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen, Manly, came one day last week to help her daughter, Mrs. Julian Arndorfer, care for an " " February 22. Mrs. Leo Miller and the chldlren, accompanied by the former's sister, Genevieve Arndorfer, Algona, spent Sunday with another sister, Mrs A J. Fehr. Mr. and Mrs. William Reding, St. Joe, were at William Arndorfer's Friday. TWO FORT DODGERS TO RUN FOR CONGRESS IN EIGHTH Clara Evenson, Fort Dodge, unmarried, a retired teacher, recently announced candidacy for representative in congress from this the (new) eighth district against Representative F. C. Gilchrist. She did not give her party designation. H. P. Sandberg, late or present manager of the new Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, announced candidacy as a republican early irt February. Washington Painting. A framed reproduction of a paint- Ing of George Washington now hangs in the Advance office. It was presented last week Wednesday by F. B. Stevenson, commonly known among newspaper men In this section as "Steve," representing the Inter-City Paper Co., St. Paul. XOTICE OF INCORPORATION" TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that .the undersigned have associated themselves together under and by virtue j of Chapter 384, title 19, of the 1927' de of Iowa, and have adopted Articles of Incorporation, which provide as follows: The name of this Corporation shall be "Kossuth County Implement Co.", and Us principal place of business shall be Algona, Iowa, and the general nature of its business shall be to handle, sell, and exchange machinery, implements, tools, meehan- cal devices, seeds, ' wares, and merchandise. *• The authorized capital stock by he Articles of Incorporation is Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), divided into shares of $100.00 each. No stock shall be Issued until the Cor)oration has received payment fn ull therefore at par In cash. It shall commence business on the day the Secretary of State issues his Certifi- :ate of Incorporation authorizing it :o do- so and continue for twenty 'ears with right of renewal. ' The affairs of such Corporation ire to be conducted by no less than hree nor more than five directors, vho shall hold their office for one ear and until their successors are elected and enter upon the duties of heir office, all of whom shall be itockholders of the Corporation. The Board of Directors shall have general charge of the business affairs of he Corporation, and all the powers of the Corporation are vested In its Board of Directors, except as other- vise provided by law or toy action of he stockholders. The Directors shall have full power to fin all vacancies in 'their number from whatever cause occurring, and such Directors so chosen shall hold their losltion until the next regular meet- ng. The annual meeting of the stockholders of this Corporation shall be held at the principal office of the Corporation at Algona, Iowa, on the last Thursday In December of each year at ten o'clock In the lorenoon. All voting at- stockhold- ;rs' meeting shall be by ballot. Each leraun, firm, or corporation shall be entitled to one vote for each share of capital etock owned by such voter. A representation of the outstanding shares of stock In the Corporation shall constitute a quorum at .stockholders' meeting-. The Directors of this Corporation shall at their first meeting after the annual meeting of the stockholders of this Corporation, elect from their own number a president and a vice president, who shall hold their office for one year and until their successors are elected and enter upon the duties of their office. They shall also elect a Secretary and Treasurer, who shall hold office during the pleasure of the Board. Until the annual meeting to be held December 29th, 1932, C. L. Buell, J. W. Daw, and H. C. Struckman, shall constitute the Board of Directors, and C. L. Buell ehall be President, J. W. Daw, Vice President, and H. C. Struckman, Secretary and Treasurer. The private property of the stockholders of this Corporation shall be exempt- from liability for indebtedness, of this Corporation, which Indebtedness shall at no time exceed two-thirds of Its Capital etock Issued and outstanding. C. L. BUEUL, 24-27 J. .W. DAW, H. C. STRUCKMAN. 2-25-32, 3-3-32 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County, March Term, A. D. 1932. THE FEDERAL LAND BANK OP OMAHA, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs.. M. j. MCCARTHY and MAYME MCCARTHY, husband and wife; JOHN RUGER and MRS. JOHN USE' MARSHALL'S nuff WIU.IAMS MFQ. LUSBI'S DBUa STOEE, RIADtfe 1KNT MCCARTHY, hu-s&nd JOHtt t RU&i3f* '&nrf,Mfcsl* RUGteR, husband and AQNES McdAttTHti You ar^ hereby notified that there Is now on file, In the office of the Clerk of the District Cotlrt of Kossuth County, Iowa, a petition Of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, as Plaintiff, claiming of ydu, M. • J. .McCarthy and Mayme McCarthy, personal judgment for the sum of Twenty-three Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty and 41/100 ($23,750.41.) Dollars? together, with Interest at the rate of 8% from and after the 1st day of February, 1932, togStheC 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 securing, the payment of said amount, and covering the following described real estate, in Kossuth County, Iowa, to-wlt: Southwest Quarter (SWti) of Section Sixteen (16); W r est Half (WV4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Twenty-one (21) all in Township Ninety-four (94) North of Range Twenty-se'ven (27) West of the 5th Principal Meridian, containing 240 acres, more or less, according to the Government Survey; and claiming that plaintiff is entitled to the foreclosure of said mortgage, and for costs; and said petition prays Judgment and foreclosure accordingly . and general equitable relief; and for further particulars as to plaintiff's claims, 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 afcd defend before noon of the second day of the next Term of said District Court, the same being the March, A. D. 1932 Term of said Court, which will be convened in the Court House at ' Algona .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 fall amount claimed, and for costs, including attorney fees; said mortgage will be established as a lien upon said premises and foreclosure of said mortgage will be had; and such other and further relief will be granted as equity may direct in its favor. HOBBET & BLUE, BYRON B. OBERST, 23-26 Attorneys for Plaintiff. ,j"? y")i**!t.SfW*?I 1 , *t, l *,f i^Vft, ^.'ifr-^-if-sli-'tF----- '"!* 4r S ^iW*^^^^iV^^^f^" f |/' | t** v • ••••*^'%i^I^ur <i-*"f -... -Stfty '* T^ We have fcold'at Auction enough goods to •cut our stock down so there are but a few thousand dollars -worth left, What Merchandise Remains in the Store —will be sold at ridiculously low prices regardless of cost. Come Quick as the Stock is Going Fast Farmers General Store •V; .'•/..:.; ••" HOBARTOJT Nothing will be reserved, as we are going to quit. ? /• . NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3598. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, March term, I9S2. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Katie KIrsch, deceased, dated February 12, 1932, having been this.day filed, open and read, the 29th day of March, 1932 1 , Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House- in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said court; and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed ae and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, February 26, 1932. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court By CLARA SCHAAP, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Attorneys. . 25-27 IN AL CON A i » F.S.NORIOrU'liON S C^.e***^^. \*rt cfi»'J ££** &o£ »J* f*' £ e-« If you want to go to Dependable Reliability just travel here. It's a habit of ours to always satisfy you. Spring will soon be here. Fix up for Spring. F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Building Materials. READ THE *•* Cash in Hand TIMES like this no one means to be wasteful and yet the most flagrant form of wastefulness is to withdraw from use things that can still render service and ecoa- omy to some one. When you do so you forego the cash you .can obtain from them by re-sale and you deny others of the practice of thrift that arises from making use without, paying the Why not sell to eager buyers what you don't or cannot use? There are hundreds of theni reading the Want Ads ^every day for just such chances. Advertise in The Kossuth County Advance AN OLD STOVE in the BASEMENT

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