Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1932
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111 buying diamonds do not overlook the brilliance nd cutting of the diam- 1"he mounting plays second consideration as the value of diamonds are in cutting, color and brilliance. We buy and sell the very best quality. Quality and not quantity is our motto. We have very fine rings set in 18K white gold ranging in price from. i '$15.00 to $600 Bring in your diamond jewelry and have it examined and cleaned. We specialize in remounting and remodelling old jewelry and '-silverware, fine repairing and engraving. F. W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists Phone 240. MANY CHANGES ATFENTONIN MARCH MOVING Pen ton, Mnr. 8—Moving was In progress last week. Among the movers were: the John Schallin family moved to the old' Schallln homestead In 'Lotta Creek; Maurice Wallace moved to the farm owned by W. E. Laage vacated by Leo .Taskulke, who moved to a farm vacated by the Emil Krafts. Clarence CUeni! changed to the farm owned by his father, John Menz, in Seneca. Wilmer Hantelmann and brother Mllbert are farming their father's farm southwest of town. The William Hantelnmnns have moved In the house north of the track where the Win. Stigmans lived before moving on their farm in Palo Alto county. Charles Newel moved to the farm vacated by S. H. Frost, who moved to Eathervllle. In town the W. W. Boettchers moved into the Rosie Weisbrod home formerly occupied by the Chas. Newels. The Arthur Muellers moved to the house vacated by the Boettchers: and the E. A. Weisbrods Into the house vacated by the Muellers. The Fred Jentzes changed to the house purchased from Conrad Ra.hn, and vacated by the Weisbrods. AL STAEHLES WILL RETURN TO OLD LOCATION AT BURT Burt, Mar. 8—Of wide interest In Kossuth is the hews that the At Staehles will return to Burt. For many years Mr. Staehle conducted a hardware store,here, but some ten or 12 years ago .he sold out and went to Mitchell, S. D., where he was similarly engaged. Now he has bought his old store -here and will take possession soon. Mr. Staehle has for some 30 years owned the building in which the store Is conducted. Mrs. Staehle ^was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Krietlie, pioneer farmers west of Burt, and her brother Paul 'now lives on the old home farm. The Staehles have one child, a daughter. Missionary's Letter Is Read— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met last Thursday with Mrs. J. B. Hanson and Mrs. Walter Widdel as hostesses. Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod was leader of devotionals, and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe was study leader. The program consisted of a leaflet, Upward, Onward, Forward, by Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod; reading the Village of a New Day, Mrs. T. iN. McFall; Mrs. C. G. 'Humphrey read a letter from Gertrude Becker, a missionary in India; a report was presented by the stewardship secre- SERVICES HELD AT WESLEY FOR AGED PIONEER members wilt respond to rbll cAll by naming favorite pets. The hosts** will serve Idhch. Herbert Johnson, Alamo, Texrf- atv rived Saturday to visit his sister, Mra. Fred Benterte. The Mesdamos Heinian Cailson and Silas Skow ale also sisters. Herbert, Who Is the youngest In the family,^ te In his early 'teens. Mrs. Marlon Paulson will lead Bible vStudy class of women at WA ' iV"** v rvv^/tv T.T, **, „ ,..„. i *., ,J_v. .j,j».,,,i-. ,,tL J .ijl>j .J**. k*. Fotir Corners MAKES YOU LOSE UNHEALTHY FAT Mrs. Ethel Smith, of Norwich, Conn., wri.tes: "I lost 16 Ibs. with my first bottle of Kruschen. Being on night duty it was hard to sleep days but now since I am taking Kruschen I sleep .plenty, eat as usual and lose fat, too." To take off fat—take one-half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot writer in the morning before breakfast—one bottle that lasts 4 weeks costs but a few cents f-get it at E. W. Lusby'H or any Drugstore in America. If this first Bottle fails to convince you this is the SAFE and harmless way to lose ^at—your money gladly returned. P Don't accept anything- but Kruschen because you must reduce safely. (7) tary, duet, ,r. F. Mrs. Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff; vocal W. R. AVolfe, and Mrs. Newel. The personalty 'bags were opened at this meeting. There were 16 members and one visitor present. Refreshments were served. Wesley, Mar. 8—August Garman Sr., SO, who had been sick many months and confined to his bed all winter, died at his home at 10:30 Saturday evening. He was born in Bavaria, Germany, November IS, 1861. He served during the Franco- Prussian war of 1S70-1S71, came to the United States in 1S7B, and was married to Frances First! in 1879 at St. Benedict, where he farmed for some years, the family moving to Wesley 20 years ago. •Mrs. Garman and eight children survive: Mrs. Mike Welg, Aberdeen, S. D.; Mrs. Carl Schimmel, Blue Earth; Mrs. Henry Bischeid, Algona; Mrs. Frank 'Spangler, Lake Park; Isadore, Sykeston, S. D.; Richard and August, Wesley; William, Frontier, Sask. Funeral services will be held at the St. Joseph church this week Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, the pastor, the Rev. Father Wessling, conducting requiem high mass. Bur- MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE .Algeria, Iowa S. C. R. I. BEDS BABY CHICKS Eggs for Hatching. Price low, quality good. Blood tested chicks, per hundred $8.00 Order now, $1 per hun- ilred books order. Chas. Phelps and Sons Titonka, Iowa. PR. CONSTANTINE'S (Pjoirhea Specialist » Vears) Home Treatment Believes Son- Bleeding Gums. .Write NOW—Dr. Coo- itnoine Sales. 7-117 Jaokioa St., Slav ' 1eaned*Pres$ed- Repaired *a Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone 880 PILES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS' PILE OINTMENT ' Fa Blind. Bleeding end Itching files. t<x ale by all dmggisU. mail 50c and $1.00 WILUAMS MFG. CO., hw.. ClevcU»d. Ohio DBUG STOIIE, ALGONA Carload of Corn for S. I).— A carload of grain, donated by the farmers of this community and local business men, was shipped last week Tuesday to the drought area of South Dakota. The grain was handled through the Farmers elevator, where it was weighed and loaded free of charge. The car and transportation was furnished by the railroad company. The car was .shipped to the Gregory chapter of the Red Cross at Gregory, S. D. The drive to load the car of grain for the South Dakota, sufferers was sponsored by the local Legion post and tlie committee in charge was composed of A. H. Krause, Fauerby and S. E. Straley. E. C. Club (Jlrls Hear Programs— The 4-H club girls met at Donna Bailey's Saturday afternoon. The programs of two meetings were combined. Twenty attended for roll call on the name of a desirable homo magazine, or a wall paper appropriate for her room. A talk, Good and Bad Magazine Covers, was given by Leona 'Borchardf, a talk, Clever Nooks for Reading Books, by Alyina Dreyer; and talk, How to •Bring-. Restfulness Into a Bedroom, •by I-Iazel Weisbrod. Music memory work was tlie afternoon study. After the business 'session lunch was served. The next meeting will be held at Maxine and Hazel Weisbrod's March 19. Quilting Party at Elgler's— Mrs. F. H. Eigler entertained a number of women at quilting Friday afternoon. Attending were Mee- dames Mike Weisbrod, William Lakin. W. E. Stoeber, R. N. Kyhl, H. C. Lindsey, F. P. Newel and Raymond Stoeber. Other Fenton News. Mrs. Nels 'Mitchell, of Algona, spent last Thursday and Friday at O. ,1. Stephenson's. Mr. -Stephen- sop has been ill the past two weeks, and Mrs. Mitchell, who is his sister, came to sec him. Maynard Stephenson, attending college at Ames, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents. •Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson t'ntertainod throe couples at bridge last week Wednesday evening. Presc'iu were the Waynp Staphen- nons and Cecil McOlnnlse.s, of Algona, and Lily Rasmussen and Dr. S. \V. Meyer. Mr. and Airs. John Meyers returned from Savannah, Mo., last week Monday night after consulting physicians in regard to Mrs. -Meyers' health. ijelma Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer, wa.s operated on for appendicitis Saturday evening at the General 'hospital at Algona. •Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey, Margie Kleinheksel and Lily RasmuHsen were Algonu visitors Saturday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and .son, Ward William, spent Sunday with Mrs. Ruske'w mother, Mrs. L. J. Olson, at Spencer. O. H. Schmidt, section foreman, wa.s seriously ill following a relapse of the flu last week, but is now making recovery. Mrs. O. H. Graham entertained the members of her sewing club last Thursday evening. 'Marlys Jensen entertained the Seneca Willing Workers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lupin, of Bancroft, visited Saturday at O. H. Schmidt's. WESLEY WOMAN IS GIVEN $25 REWARD BY P, 0, DEPARTMENT Wesley, Mar. 8—Nearly 11 months ago, Mrs. John Hutchison, wife of Wcwk-y's mayor-banker, and her brother, Fred Lawler, discovered two mail pouches hidden in an abandoned sand pit east of AVesley. Alguna officers on watch nabbed the thieves, who visited the pit thu name evening. The pouches had been taken from a Great Western railroad .station at Belmond, and Donald W. Francis and Russell P. Buchanan served six months for the crime. A -pleasant sequel is the award of $25 to Mrs. Hutchison, who has received a check from W. A. Kenyon, acting chief Inspector of the postoffice department at Washington, brother, similarly rewarded. The theft took place April 25, X931. ial will be cemetery. made in the St. Joseph South Dakotans A'islt Horfl— Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ringsdorf, Newark, S. D., and their little eon Royce called on Ross's grandfather, W. P..Gidding«, at the A. E. Giddings home last week Wednesday. "Grandpa" has been ailing for some weeks. The RIngsdorfs had been to Adel to see Mrs. RIngsdorfs father, a Mr. Bushman, who is sick, and to Burt to visit Ross's relatives. Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf and her daughters, the Mesdames Boettcher and Brace, visited "Grandpa" here last Thursday. The senior 'Mrs. Ringsdorf is his daughter. Hutchins this week Friday t afternoon. The class is how studying Revelations, and the third- lesson will be given. Fred Looft left Monday for Des Moines, to attend a week's school given by the Mid-Continent Petroleum company for dealers. Mrs. Nettie Turgeaon and her daughter, Mrs. Hodges, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Fox at the Allie Foortsch home. Three new pupils named Wandling, whose parents have moved here, have entered the 16cal public schools. Katy Schlltz hns 'been sick In bed two weeks with the flu and stomach trouble. County Supt. Shirley visited the Wesley schools Monday afternoon. RAILROAD TRAIN LOSER IN RACE WITH STORK Mention was made last week of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dalley, Bristow, Okla Later came a copy of the Eldora Herald-Ledger, of which "Grandpa* M. C. Dershajn, formerly with the Advance, is foreman, carrying a first-page story headed "Eldora Woman's Train Loses In Race With Stork." Under the heading appeared the following story: "A train bearing Mrs. M. C. Der- sltam, of Eldora, to Bristow, Okla., had a race last Wednesday with the stork, with the old bird winning by nearly three hours. "A seven and one-half pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dai-ley at the.Bristow Clinic hospital at 3:45 p. m. Wednesday. Mrs. Dersham's train arrived at 6:20 p. m. "Mrs. Dailey Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dersham. Mrs. Der- shum, who had expected to arrive before the event, will remain at Bristow, for a few weeks." The Mothers and Daughters club met last'Thursday with Mrs/Edith Klch, ahd the openlhgf Song was Let the Lower Lights Be turning* Roll call was answered with Bibfe Verses ( and a poem Was read by Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, also one by Loretta iWalk- er. An instrumental number, Star of the Ensti Was given by 'Mrs, Eula Rich, and In the Cross, with variations, by Evelyn Crulkshank. Twen- 1 ty-fpur members attended, arid there were two visitors. Lunch was served by the hostess. The -nest meeting will be on March IS at Mrs. Maude Robinson's. Loretta Walket- spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Rich, and helped prepare for a Mothers and Daughters club meeting there. Mrs. Herman Llndeman, Dakotah City, spent the latter part of last week at Chester 'Robinson's, Mrs. Archie Walker entertained the Larkln club last week Wednesday, dent. Mrs. Roy Lowman Is presl- Lunch was served. * -t-*»ii«. -vi-f ^ ,&*fl v- Jf r ..-^t ' Dated fit Aigorm, low*, IMS. -. < v tllefk 6f By CLAttA SdrlAAt*. Deputy 1 Sullivan,. McMahon A LlhHfttt, Aitorhe-ya. The telephone line No. 10 held its annual meeting last, week 'Monday night at Mrs. Edith'Rich's. Want Ad* WANTED—WORK IN HOME. Write Box 365, Algona, 8u26 B. 1J. Hoys Lose In Tourney— At a boys' sectional basketball tournament at Garner lawt week, "Wesley was defeated by Crystal Luke in the .first round, 30-19. Crystal Lake was final victor in B class. This week Friday morning our girls will play Ottosen in a tournament at West Bend, and the same evening a eubidistrict declamatory contest will be held tit Burt, with Claire Wolf, who won first "in oratorical in a preliminary, representing Wesley. Three Schools Vlun Program— Next week, the day not yet set, the Wesley schools will give a program for the benefit of the Activities fund, and will be assisted by Titonka and Lu Verne, each school giving a one-act play. Later Wesley will visit each of those towns to assist in similar events. The local play is by William Dean Howells, and Is called The Mouse-Trap. Felts Send «ox~FrnIt— Mr. and 'Mrs. Ben Hopkins recently received a .second box of grapefruit and oranges from the Ben Felts at Rockledge, Fla. The first was received at Christmas time. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins have thus been kept in fresh fruit all winter. The quality is excellent, that of the oranges notably so. They though filled with sugar. taste as Throe Wcsleyans Arc Sick— I. W. Lease, who ban been ailing all winter, has been confined to Vied the last few days. Ben Hopkins has been suffering with a severe cold, but hus not quit work as station agent. Mrs. Hopkins, who ha« been sick since a fall on ico January 4, notices a slight improvement. Surprise fur Amanda Olson— A' group of friends surprised Amanda Olsen at Viggo Kiilsholm's Friday evening, the occasion her brithday. The evening was spent informally, and lunch taken by the guests was served. Methodist AM Plans Supper— The menu for a 25c Aid supper in the Methodist church basement this week Saturday evening is: baked beans, escalloped potatoes, wieners, rolls, .pickles, jelly, angel-food cake, coffee. It is supposed that at New Providence her was Other Wesley News. The Legion Auxiliary will meet this 'week Tuesday evening instead ot Thursday, because of a Royal Neighbor party Thursday evening. The party is for Royal Neighbors and their families. The local Auxiliary president, Mrs. Gar-fella Johnson, and perhaps others, will attend a quarterly county meeting at Burt next week Tuesday afternoon. No preaching services were held at the Congregational, church Sunday, but Sunday school was held in the morning, and a Young People's meeting in the evening. Silas Skow js leader of the latter society, and some time at each meeting is spent in study and discussion. The young folks are now studying church history. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer and their daughter Emma are sick with flu, but only Emma is confined to her bed. Edward Studer, Excelsior, Minn., grandson of the Nathan Stu- ders who had worked in California this winter, came home last week via Iowa Falls, where he visited Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeier, his aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Meurer went to Des Moines last week Wednesday evening, and next day Mr. Meurer attended a school for Norge refrigerator salesmen. Mr. Meurer has taken the agency. A 'banquet was given for "students" at 6:30 last Thursday evening. The Study club will meet with Mrs. Blelch this week Thursday, and Mrs. Ruth Swanson will lead. The subject is "Tropical Fish," and. SENECA GIRL AND RINGSTED YOUTH MARRIED AT NASHUA Seneca, Mar. S—Esther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dahl, Seneca, and Adolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyer, Ringsted, were married February 28 at' the Little Brown Church in the Vale near .Nashua by the Rev. William Kent, pastor. They were attended by relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dahl. The couple are at home on a farm owned by the bride's father east of Seneca. FOR SALE—20 HAMPSHIRE bred gilts; vaccinated.—Carl Hutchins. •' • . 9p26 jroficfi o TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN^ Notice is hereby given that the Undersigned have associated them" selves together under and by virtu* of Chapter 384, title 19, of the 1927 Code of Iowa, and have adopted Ar tlclcs. of Incorporation, Which pro. vide as follows i Tlie name of this Corporation shal be."Kossuth County Implement Co.' and its 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, mechanical devices, seeds, wares, am merchandise. The authorized capital stock by the Articles of Incorporation is Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), divided into shares of $100.00 each. No stock shall be issued until the Corporation has received payment in full therefore at par In cnsh. It Shal com.rnence business on the day the Secretary of State issues his Certificate' of Incorporation authorizing i to do so and continue for twenty years with right'of renewal. The affairs of such Corporation are to be conducted 'by ho leas than three nor more than five directors who shall hold their office, for one year and until their successors are elected and enter upon the duties of their office, all of whom shall be stockholders of the Corporation. The Board of Directors shall have general charge of the .business affairs of the Corporation, and all the powers of the Corporation are vested in its Board of Directors, except as otherwise provided by law or .by action of the stockholders. The Directors shall have full power to fill all vacancies In their number from whatever cause occurring, and such Directors so chosen shall hold their position until the next regular meet- Ing. 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 forenoon. All voting at stockholders' meeting shall be by ballot. Each person, firm, or corporation shall be entitled to one vote for each share of capital stock 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 pres- LET US DO YOUR PAINTING and ident, who shall hold their office for paper-hanging before the rush) one year and until their successors and save you money.—W. A. Rich- ; are elected and enter upon the duties of their office. They shall also elect a Secretary and Treasurer FOR RENT—FURNISHED 'LIGHT housekeeping rooms.—Phone 218. 8u26 WANT 2 OR 3 DUROC OR Poland sows farrowing before April 1.'— Clalr Winkle, Burt. I4p26 FOR SALE—ANGUS BULL, BIG enough for service.—John Gerber, Algona. Ilp26 LET OUR TELEPHONE BE your clothes line. — Kirsch Laundry, phone 267. 10u20tf EXPERT SEWING — REMODEL- ing at reasonable prices.—Inquire 222 S. Rldgley. 10p26-26 WHITE BLOSSOM SWEET clover seed for sale; also medium red seed.—W. H. Grover, Burt. 14p26-2S FOR RENT—FIVE-ROOM. HOUSE, partly modern. Close in. Garage. Lot for garden.—Call H. L. Turner. 16u26 FOR SALE—VELVET BARLEY for seed; will trade for oats.—C. R. Schoby, phone 2SF31, Algona. 15p3G-37 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT AT only $23 a month. Garage. Full extra lot for garden.—W. C. Dowel. ' " 22gtf ardson, phone 572-j! 19p2o JLOVER, $6.15; ALFALFA, $4.20; both per bushel; also other bargains. Write for circular and sam- Sonth Cresco lies.—Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, Iowa. 20p24-2S Tlie Alfred Jergensens moved last week-end "from the Seeley farm a half mile north of the church to a farm near Rodman, and Nick Wagner from the John Henry farm, south of the church, to the Seeley farm. A Mr. Henry, of Goldfield, will operate his farm here, using hired labor, but will not move,to the place. A Mothers and Daughters club meeting will be held this week Thursday, Mrs. Fred Parks as hostess. Officers will 'be elected. Mrs. E. C. Potter, who was suffering from carbuncle on one of her hips, had to have it lanced three times before she got relief. Mrs. John Winandy, Chicago, has been with her sister, Mrs. John Simon, since the latter's return from the Kossuth hospital .more than two weeks ago. The daughter, Mrs. Charles Winandy, also of Chicago, and the latter's little son went home after a few weeks here with her parents. Mrs. Douglass Wildln appeared to be in her usual health till Saturday, late in the afternoon, when ehe fell sick, and a doctor found that she had appendicitis. She underwent an operation at 5 o'clock Sunday morning, and is reported doing well. 20,000 6-PLY TIRES AT LESS than usual 4-ply ... at Gamble's Anniversary Sale. Starts Mar. llth. 29x4.40 $3.95—30x50, "$5.45—30x3%, ANNOUNCEMENTS I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for County Auditor 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 June primaries for the republican nomination for supervisor in the First district, consisting of Whittemore, Garfield, Cresco, Rlverdale, Irvington, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships. — Hugh Raney, Irvington township. 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. 2Sp21-29 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for county attorney of Kossuth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters.—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 the decision of the voters In the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson 31u28tf 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 Rlverdale. 33p23-26 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy lor the republican nomination for county attorney, subject to the will of the voters at the June primary.—G. W. Stlllman. 25u23tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy'for the republican nomination for county auditor subject to the will of the voters at the primary election June 6, 1932.—Earl F. Griffith. 29(2)26tf I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE republican nomination for county auditor subject to the will of the voters in the June primaries.-—Qeo. P. Hawcott, Burt. . 26p26-39 4-ply $2.95. 22-26 ,WANTED, TO BUY—1,000 WHITE •Pekin duck eggs for hatching every week. We, also custom-hatch turkey, duck, and gees eggs.—Kossuth County Hatchery, Algona. 25u25-2S FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR. Livestock, one 832-egg Buffalo electric incubator, set any section of 20S eggs anytime, quick egg-turning trays, good condition; also one 500-chix indoor battery brooder. — Alex Krueger, Lone Rock. 36(2)u25-27 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 shall be President, J. W Daw, Vice President, and H. C Struckman, Secretary and Treas- j urer. 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 stock issued and outstanding. C. L. BUELL 24-27 .• J. W. DAW, H. C. STRUCKMAN. 2-25-32, 3-3-32, 3-10-32 LEGAL NOTICES! J IX EQUITY NO. 12388. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY TO MAKE COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT WITH R. W. HUTTERFIELI) ANI> EVA E. UUTTERFIELD. In the District Court of Iowa, !n and for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, of Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To All Persons Interested in the Re-. ceivership of the County Savings" Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: , You are hereby notified that on or before the llth day of 1 March, 193?, there will be on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the Application of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to make a compromise settlement with R. W. Butterfield and Eva E. Butterfield according to the terms and conditions set out in said Application, to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said Application will be had at the Courthouse in Algona, Iowa, on the 16th day of March, A. D. 1932, at two o'clock p. m., on said day at which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an Order should not -be entered authorizing said compromise settlement. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa. By .1. M. HERBST, Assistant Examiner in Charge. 26 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3598. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, March term, 1932. 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, }933, 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 npt be probated and allowed ae awd tor the last Will and Testament of said deceased. , ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, March Term, A. D. 1932. THE FEDERAL LAND BANK OF OMAHA, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. M. j. MCCARTHY and MAYME MCCARTHY, husband and wife; JOHN RUGER and MRS. JOHN RUGER, husband and wife; and AGNES MCCARTHY, Defendants. TO M. j. MCCARTHY and MAYME MCCARTHY, husband and wife- JOHN RUGER and MRS. JOHN RUGER, husband and wife; and AGNES MCCARTHY: You are hereby notified that there is now on file, in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, a petition of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, as Plaintiff, claiming of you, 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 &% 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 securing the payment of said amount, and covering the following described real estate, in Kossuth County, Iowa, to-wlt: Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Sixteen (16); West Half (W%) of the Northeast Quarter (NE&) of Section Twenty-one (21) all in Township Ninety-four (94) North of Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th Principal Meridian containing 240 acres, mpre or leas' 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 and for deficiency And unless you appear thereto and 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 ^id County of Kossuth, and State of Iowa, on the 28th day of March, f- 1932 ' S^ Default will and Judgment will be against you for the full rendered amount at- will be upon' said * established as a Hen premises and foreclosure of mortgage will be had; and such oh- er and further relief equity 23-26 HOBBET & , BYRON B. OBBRST Attorneys for •»•»»«»»»»»•»»»»•»••»•»•••»••*••••••• — — For Service Get Ready For Easter Have your Wearing Apparel Repaired and Dry Cleaned Bring in your hats and, have them cleaned and reblpcked for Spring.'' .-• Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 Easier The Joyous Advent of Spring Sunday, March 27 Blossom forth with the buds and flowers/Sing like •the birds of Spring. •• '••-;.' 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