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DlZZlOAlSOF LAST DECADE ARE REVIEWED Story of New Book, "Only Yesterday", Is Given. ! • otod to this man an-1 his flight. While Lindbergh was flying over- the sea huge crowds jammed churches to pray, and the country waited impatiently. . In this flight into the unknown the spirit of America changed— overnight. Something In the quiet, efficient, mannerly deportment of the -daring youth caught the fancy of the .nation. When Lindbergh came out of the night over the British Isles, newspapers screamed the news, and when he landed In the world went on a huge bender. But Lindbergh, either from his own good sense or as the result of skilled direction, acted modestly, • — ' - j shunned publicity as such and .'"fbniy Yesterday," a psychological I became the idol of two worlds..' history ot the times from 1920 to j ' Why Lindbergh "Took.* 1 1930, was revelewed by T. H. Chrls- chilles last Thursday before the Kt- Llndberg's flight came when the world was ready. It was not the wanls club. The book, a recent pub-i flrat flight, not.even the first non- llcation, begins the history of the! stop flight. But sex, .. crime, and period with the close of the World i other evils had become, war, and closes with the financial j The world was'bored, and Crash of. the stock market in 1929 f"""<=»°'i »*•> ™«in a to . With its results in the depression of QUESTION OF PRINCIPAL HANGS FIRE (Continued from -Page 1.) ANNOUNCEMENTS wife, 1 HEREBY ANNOUNCE M* CAtf- dldacy for 00unty AudltOf of Kossuth county, subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primary. Tour vote and support will be appreciated.—Harley E, Bartlett. ' 32PAtf 1930-1931-1932. At the close of the World war 'the average citizen read a conservative newspaper, and rode to work, if he were weli fixed 'financially, in an open car. He had to crank the car, for self-starters came only in high- priced machines and were among "extras." The tabloid papers had not appeared. Radio was a dream, much as television is at present. There were no bathing beauty contests, and women bathers wore stockings, with black bloomers and voluminous skirts, though the more daring had two-piece suits, with ample skirts. Airplanes were flying machines used in war, not often seen In the "hinterland." Girls did not smoke or drink, and boys did their smoking behind the woodshed, also did not drink. Boys and girte were allowed in mixed company almost without chaperonage because of the strctnes with which the moral code was upheld. In Grip of Wllsonlnn Idealism. The country was still in a haze of the Wilsonian idealism—fighting for an ideal. Wilson was making his famous trip .to the Old World, and he was being met in every country with a reception the like of which had been accorded no prince or monarch in tho world's 'history. Wilson's ideal became a reality furnished means to distract its in his own mind, but behind the acclaim of the public foreign statesmen and even leaders among his own countrymen were working .silently but nevertheless effectively for his downfall: When Wilson returned to the United States and the Senate 'began its long-drawn out quarrel over the League ot 'Nations, the country began to swerve away from the idealistic Wilsonian theories; the singleness of purpose brought about by the war began to break when force- compelling unity was withdrawn. Idol Breaking Starts. Henry Cabot Lodge began to speak freely against Wilson, and the irreconcilable.s in the • Senate finally tore the famous 14 points to piece*, though if the same situation had occurred during the war the culprits would have been stoned. But the country had changed. Instead of condemning, the public applauded and started in to break a few more Idols on its own account. Wilson, aware that he had been outgeneraled ihy European statesmen, was forced to take the stump in defense of the 'peace treaty. With the downfall of Wilson and of the idealistic belief that America had fought to make "the world safe for democracy" came the belief that nothing in particular mattered to the individual except that he have a good time. The war had taught the soldier to make merry, for tomorrow he might die, and this spirit flooded the country. The United States had gained nothing for its sacrifices in the war. Idealism gave way to realism, and hedonism, which is the philosophy of happiness for the Individual, took its place. Girls Follow Boys Down. Young girls followed the boys in smoking openly and. unashamed Girls, women) and grandmothers bobbed their hair, and the hem of the skirt shot upward alarmingly. The feeling that the 18th amendment had been "put over" on the country took hold, and the average citizen began to resent prohibition as an infringement of his rights. To resent was.to act, and drinking became prevalent overnight. Women joined in this with the men, and the success of the evening at any . party came to depend on the number who became cockeyed with liq- ennui. •Nevertheless, though the world left sex and crime 'behind, it was not yet through with its spree. Ballyhoo put a radio inW every home, automobiles were traded before the tires showed wear, and the Coolidge "prosperity" balloon took off in a blaze of glory. Stocks and bonds kept jumping skyward, ^ business expanded, sales managers Jammed down the business accelerator to the floor-boards, credit was extended on pretext, ability to pay was forgotten, to sell was the Ideal. Waverings In the stock market early in 1929 were unheeded. President Hoover Inherited the Coolidge boom in March. August and September came, but October brought the crash. Credit instantly tightened, money became scarce, and Hoover found he had inherited a kitten that had turned into a wildcat. The country 'became panicky. Banks began to totter. The depression was on, and the United States was now to pay the fiddler for its spree. Drab Depression Days. Thus ended the period of the nineteen twenties, a skyrocket 'that went up with a l>laze of glory and came down as a dead, blackened stick. Business and .political leaders began work to put a stop to it, but to no avail. The hangover period had to be gone through with, and in the end the gloom of the depression found as ready acceptance as had the-ballyhoo of- prosperity. Late in 1931 came a reaction against the depression. The public had become tired of talking harfl times. Debts had been cancelled by bankruptcy, the closing of 'banks, or supporter of the bond issue. Nevertheless I doubt that a straight Vote on the issue of Supt. Overmyer's removal would carry. I myself have no fault to find With the superintendent as such, and I should surely want to know something about his successor 'before support- Ing a change. But nothing was said out lou.d to warn citizens that a change "fri the personnel of the teaching force was •Intended; and especially was It not said that Miss Coate was to go If the school board was changed. Danger In Situation. Of course the school board can act as it pleases, but there are many' years of good service yet in Mies Coate, and there Is grave danger of disrupting, our schools If so large a majority of patrons is ignored In the selection of character-builders for the children.» • In conclusion I wish to say a word for citizens whose voice has not been vocal in the circulation or evidenced in the petitions. We who now send no children are still as vitally interested as those who do, and we hardly feel that we have been served right by the circulation of petitions vital to local harmony in which we were Ignored because of the present absence of children in the schools. TITONKA H, S, NINE IS TILT CHAMPION Titonka, Apr. 26—An east 'Kossuth inter-high school ball tourney took, place here Saturday. In the morning Titonka played Wesley and won. Grant township was then defeated by Ledyard. In the afternoon the winners and losers played each I AM'A CANDIDATE IN THE June primaries for the republican ..nomination for supervisor In the First district, consisting of Whlttemore, Oarfield, Cresco, Rlverdale, Irvington, Sherman, and Lu Verne townships. — Hugh Raney, Irvington township. 33(2)20tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for county attorney of Kossuth '. county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the'Vot- ers.—H. W. Miller. 24 (2)23-38 TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican rtomlh atlon for county recorder, subject to the decision of the voters In the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson 31u23tf TT i , * following described Real property ft* the property Of the §aW Elite H "' ey and Mabel Rurtchejr, his and kossuth cbunty, lovpa; to satis* fysaid execution,-to-wlt; All 6f my interest In and to the North frac' HOnal half (N fr, %) of Section Seven (7),, Township Ninety-Four (94) North, Range Twenty-Nlhe (29), West of the Fifth P. M, Koa,- stith county, Iowa; 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 ISth day of May, 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 dny, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 18th day of April. 1932 L. E. HOVEY. Sheriff of Koseuth County, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy Linnan & Stlllman, L,. A. Wlhkel, and Quarton & Miller, , Plaintiffs Attorneys. 32-33 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN dldaey for the republican'nomlna* tlon for county attorney, subject''to the will of the voters at the June primary.—Q. W. Stlllman.; ' 26h23tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy 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 cel^^dhAkfeh^Jajf-^ riMA ** wftM f* l $*£$ thy y6u have, why art not be entered ^authorising-!»••=.<>£ said property 'Under the tefnw ana condltlbns of the fcontfacts 1 d<*cHlj6d ih said application, or at aucH prioes as may be offered at the time and place ot said hearing. Tvitncl this 26th day of April. 193Z, j_nii.eu LIUO «.»m . .-^jjjj^jj^y Receiver of Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. By HARRY V. HULL, Examiner in Charge. 33 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSStiTH COUNTY, 83. , ; : Notice Is herebygiven .that by vir- 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 District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the'12th day of April, 1932, In favor of The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as plaintiff, and against Matt J, Murtha, Executor of the last-will and testament .of Peter J. Murtha, deceased, as defendant, for the sum of Fourteen Thousand Eight 'Hundred Five, and 02/100 (114,805.02) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Twen- tue of a Special Execution , to me from the Clerk, 0the; District | ty-Three .and- 86/109-•- I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE republican nomination for county auditor subject to the will of the voters In the Juns primaries.—Geo. P. Hawcott, Burt. 26p26-39 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. 33p28-37 Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In Bald Court on the 12th day of April, 1932, In favor of 'The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company'of Milwaukee; Wisconsin, as plaintiff, and lars and accruing costs, I have 'levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Mary Murtha, County . Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent' of Banking of the KCI?, V» 1SK-UMSIII, . «M* jJIttlllfcllli »n« »jwt*w... - . . . — *UA against Amelia Heldenwith,-as de-i State of Iowa, .as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Kraft Clothing Company, C. H. Rlg- I WILL BE A CANDIDATE In the June primaries for the republican nomination for supervisor in the Fourth district.—Geo. •• J.. Wtnket, Lotts Creek. : ' 27p32-M I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY candidacy for sheriff of Kossuth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters-.— Fred L. Powell. 23p32-37 "HEREBY ANNOUNCE THAT, i other and Titonka won in the win- j am a candidate for the democratic ners' game, Wesley in 'the losers'| nomination for sheriff, subject to>j game. Titonka thus won the east I the action of the voters at the June j half for championship. The local | primary.—W. J. QiBrierr. 27p32-33 junior girls served coffee, hot dogs, candy, and popcorn at the tourney. fendants, for the eum of 'Nine Thous- and'Eight Hundred Sixty and 29/100 ($9860.29) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Ninety Eight and 30/100 ($198.30)i Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of 'the- .said Amelia Hetdenwlth, Irma D. Adams, County Savings Bank, of Algona, Iowa, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Bank- Ing of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County 'Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Whfttemore State Bank, Whlttemore, Iowa, L. A. • Andrew, Superintendent .of, Banking of the gert, Wm. McMahon, First National Bank, Burt, Iowa, W. C. Pyle, Receiver of the First National Bank, Burt, Iowa, Clara Murtha, Peter Murtha, John Murtha, Matt J. Murtha, Matt J. Murtha, as executor of the last will and testament of Peter J. Murtha, deceased, Frank Murtha, Mrs. Anna Frankl, Peter Mueller and Kossuth County, Iowa, to satisfy said execution to-wit: The Northeast Fractional Quarter of Section Number One, in Township Number Ninety-five north, of State of Towa, as Receiver, of thej^Range NumberVThlrty West,',: con WMttemore State Bank, Whitte-!and seven one hundredths, acres more, Iowa, and .Ervin J. Heiden- wlth, to satisfy said execution towit: The South half of the Northeast €}uairter and 1 , tbe North Forty acres^ of tfte South-east Quarter of Sectimv Number One (1), In Township Number Ninety-Six (95) (30) 'of Range West; and I will Thirty proceed to payment. The fiddler was still be-j ing paid, but America had at last started back to work, and the first dim glimmerings of a return were becoming barely visible as author of "Only Yesterday" brought his remarkably searching book to a close. The remarks of Mr. Chrischilles were heard with deep interest. All of the Kiwanians had lived through the period described in the book, but the unique viewpoints from which the author drew made hts points startling .fashion. his conclusions strike home in Many Pupils Rank Hlffh— Pupils of the local schools who have received A grades in every sub- j ject are: Edward Eioyken, Ida-1 delle Trojan. Kenneth Kuchenreu- •ther, Watson Hamstreet, Anna Grace Blakley, Betty Budlong, 'Llla Zweifel, Dorothy Budlong, Alice 'Brandt, Dorothy Peterson, Maxine Peterson, Forrest Rade, Roger Larson, Maxine Stott, Arnold Ricklefs, Alice Kuchenreuther, Verdene Boyken, Jacqueline Callies, Elwyn Stenzel, Vivian Stott. I AM A CANDIDATE FOR District Court Clerk In the June primaries, on'the republican ticket. Your support will- Freeh. be appreciated. — J. A.. 23u32-35 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE My CAN- didacy for representative of Kossuth county, on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters.—J. C. Mawdsley. 23p33-37 uor. Into this joy-maddened whirlpool came Mali Jong, and it was seized •with delight as a new diversion. Coue, the "day by day In every way, I'm getting better and better" man, came with a bally-hoo- that was unprecedented. It mattered little that he died in '•' 'a'•; 'few" months; the phrase lived on, because of a mania for thoughtless words. "Yes, we have no 'bananas," followed, and was a national catch-phase, though not because it meant anything, more because it didn't. Sex Taboos Thrown Away. The tatolold newspaper, with its daily grist of crime, sex, passion and lurid details, was followed by "confession" magazines. Sex taboos lollojved the route of Wilson's ideaAs which couldn't last in a country in a fever to break idols. Then came the sordid story of the Hall-Milk trial, with its "pig-woman," "Daddy and Peaches" Browning, and bath ing beauty contests in which the main requirement was a smile. ,The country was by this time thoroughly drunk on its conception of joy. Even the stock market wen craw, and stocks jumped upwar for no rtood reason. The publicitj bailyhoo came into its own, an< Tex Rlckiird cashed in with his Tunney-Uempsey fights. Florida boomed In a hysteria of soothing sea breezes. But, suddenly, there was reaction Florida's soothing breezes got a run ning start from the West Indies am smashed bubble cities. "Bridge' succeeded the crossword puzzle. Tlv •world i-an into a suspended state not knowing where it was nor why. Lindberghs Win World Favor. On toho eastern coast airplane en thuslasts were planning non-stop flights to Europe. One plane, pll flted fcy a young, serious-minded «jc*e-lippe4 chap, took off atone fh* wart* gasped. Columns and »f aewsuajwr tpace vere 4s- S. S, INSTITUTE HEIIHT WESLEY Wesley, Apr. 26—Seventy-one registered at the Sunday school institute held at the Methodist church last Thursday. Mrs, Frank Geigel, Algona, vice president of the eouth half of the county, presided. Jorgen •Skow, county president, waa present and participated. The program was carried out as scheduled, the Rev. Mr. McNulty substituting as solo singer in the forenoon for the Rev. Mr. Wood, Good Hope, who had not arrived. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel, Algona, substituted for Mrs. W. H. Lease, of Algona, who was unable to be -present The subject was How >to Promote Temperance In Sunday schools. Miss Amanda Olsen . substituted for Mrs Lee O. Wolfe dn a talk on making the junior department effective The Rev. Mr. Clifton, Burt, spoke on Our Workers' Conference, in th absence of the Rev. Carl Hammer Titonka. A young men's quartet composed of Julius Funnemark, Jos eph Skow, Arthur Lai-sen and Anton Pearson, and a pastors' quartel composed of the Revs. Wood, Cllf ton, McNulty and Snyder, sang each two songs, pleasing their audi ence. Anna Flom was pianist. Th Party, for Children Planned— The Cradle Roll department of I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the democratic nomination for supervisor in the First district. Your vote will be appreciated.—Henry Scheppnmnn, Irving- ton.23p33-38 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 16th day of .-May, 1932, at the east door of the pourthouse 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 this 13th day of April, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth. county, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. R. F. Clough, Plaintiff's Attorney. 32-33 the Legion Auxiliary will be hostess] to the children of "World war veterans next Saturday afternoon at the I Legion hall. The children o.f veter- ns, whether the fathers are Le- ionnaires or not, are eligible to radle Roll membership and are in- ited to attend the party. Mrs. Camilla Cooper, Cradle Roll chairman, •ill be In charge. competence, earnestness and talen shown by every speaker was re markable. These institutes are hel n connection with the Council o Religious Education, which Is county, state, national, and inter national scope. MELVIN LARSON, FENTOH, ENLISTS IN I), S, NAV E. .L. HARRIS, CANDIDATE FDR Republican nomination for sheriff at primaries June 6, 1932. Four years experience as deputy sheriff. l§p33-38 Aux' Executive Board Meets— Mrs. W. J. Denton was hostess re- ently to the executive board of the ounty Legion Auxiliary, consisting f'county officers and presidents of mite at Algona, Burt, Bancroft, 'enton, Lone Rock, Swea City, and iVesley. The Fidac chairman in each unit was also a guest, besides rtrs. Mary Sartor and Mrs. Olive Bruns, vice presidents of the local unit. Hancock 'Aux' Will Entertain— The Hancock county.Legion.Aux- llary, via the chairman, Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Britt, has Invited the Kossuth organization to attend a meeting at Britt this week Tuesday. An Invitation has also been extended to the Winnebago organization. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the democratic nomination for recorder, subject to tfte will of the voters at the June primaries.—Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Algona, 26p3»-34 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 District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In. said .Court on I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for (Jtetrict court clerk on the republican ticket. Pleaee remember me at the primaries.—Harry A. Wright. 21(2)3S-S4 GLEAN-UP NOTICE-SPRUNG having arrived, it is time to clean up our beautiful town and make It appear at its best both for- our own satisfaction and that of visitors. Therefore I give notice that the period between publication hereof and talning one hundred eighty-nine and seven one hundredths acres, more or leas; and I will proceed to 'sell said property, or- so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said ex-' ecution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, ori the ISth day of May, 1932, at : the east door of the Court House in'Al- gona, .in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m., of'said day, when ana where due attend- ance'will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 13th day ot April, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth' County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris,. Deputy. R. F. Clough, Plaintiffs Attorney. 32-33 '" NOTICE OF SHEKIFF'8 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 District Court of Kossut.h county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In eaid Court on the llth day of April, 1932, In favor of The Federal Land Bank of'Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against M. J. McCarthy and Agnes McCarthy and the Southwest the Utfe day of April, 1932, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of •Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, as plaintiff, and against Wintam W elner and Charlotte Welner, as defendants, for the sum of Three Thousand Eight Hundred Sixty-one and 09/100 ($3861.09) Dollars and costs, taxed 38/100 accruing Quarter (SW%) of Section Sixteen of of the Sec- at Ninety-One ($91.31) Dollars and and Mrs. Grotewald, Winnebago man, Is on the program. chair- May 10 is officially designated clean-up purposes. Let ashes for be hauled away, let debris be picked up and disposed of, let ajleye 'be cleaned, of refuse, and let lawns ' be raked and rubbish burned. In burning rubbish at the edge of 'the paving, be careful to keep the fire on the ce- m.ent. Dated at Algona this 21st day of April, 1932.—C. F. Specht, Mayor. 32-33 Fort Dodge, Apr. 26—Melvin, son] of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, of Bancroft, was enlisted in the U. S. Navy last week Wednesday here, and was sent to Des Moines, where he passed examinations, leaving the same evening for the naval training station at San Diego, where he will take preliminary training before going aboard ship. He will have an opportunity there to try for one of the navy's trade schools. Mr. Larson is a 1931 graduate from the Fenton high school, and while attending school he played on basketball and baseball teams. 4 Mrs. Merwin Dies. Lu Verne, Apr. 26—Funeral services were held Tuesday moaning at the Methodist church for Mrs. Jas Merwln, wiidow of a former furniture dealer and undertaker here who moved to Mount Vernon 25 years ago. Mr. Merwln died three or four years ago. Four children, Chauncey, Alma, Margaret, and Dale, survive, lira. Merwin died at Webster City. lloth Cafes are Slicked tip- Elmer Mayfield, of the Titonka Cafe, has made further improvements dn the interior of his building, and Maurice Keil will paint the exterior. John Wilson, of the Wilson Cafe, has also repapered and repainted, and Titonka now boasts two clean, neat cafes. Lutheran Class Is Confirmed— A clase was confirmed Sunday at the Lutheran church: Reinhart .Fritz, Harley Brandt, Martin Stecker, William Senne, Ernest Sachau, Lorena Brandt, Lillian Holm. The children had pictures taken at Britt Friday. NOTICE OF I'HOKATE OF WILL No. 3614. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, as. In District Court, March term, 1932. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Jacob Nofsker, deceased, dated April 27, 1920, having been this 'day To Call Pastor. 'Lu Verne, Apr. 26—The Rev. Mr. Starke, Luzerne, head of the Lutheran mission board in (northwestern Iowa, visited last Thursday at the Rev. Mi-. Wittenberg's, and made arrangements whereby the mlsslor at Liveraore, which for more tbaa 50 years has been taken care of by Lutheran pastors here, will call f pastor August 1. Four Corners filed, opened and read, day of May, 1932, is the 16th fixed for The Mothers and .Daughters, club will meet this Thursday with Mrs. John Rich. The opening song will be Mother's Bible. Roll call will be answered by quotations of mother. A Mother's day program is to be the feature of this meeting. The committee is Ruth Rich, and Meedames Edith Rich and Hazel Larsen. There will be an annual dinner hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, , lo.wa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear am show cause, if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said de ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 19 1932. CLARK ORTON, Cler'i of District Court. By OLARA SCHAAP, Deputy. costs, I have ' levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said William Weiner and Charlotte Welner, husband and wife to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Seventeen (17), in Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Twe'nty-seyen'(27) West, of the Fifth P. M., and also all of the Southwest Quarter (SW%) of said Section 'Seventeen (17), in Township Ninety-five (95) North, of Range Twenty-Seven (27), West of the 5th P. M., lying North of the right-of-way of the Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway Company, as now located, all in Kossuth, county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said exeou- lon with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest >idder, for cash, in hand, on the 18th day of May, 1932, at the east door of he 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. (16); West half Northeast Quarter (NEW) tion Twenty-One (21), all in Township Ninety-four (94) North, of Range Twenty-Seven (27), West' of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing 240 acres more or less, according to government survey, as defendants, for the eum of Twenty- four Thousand- One Hundred Nineteen and 86/100 ($24,119.86) Dollars and costs, taxed at JThree Hundred Twenty-seven and 90/100 ($827.90) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said M. J. McCarthy, Mayme McCarthy, husband and wife, John Ruger and Mrs. John Ruger, husband and wife, and • Agnes McCarthy,-.. defendants, 1 John 'Ruger and '• Mrs.' '••John! Ruger, and Agnes McCarthy, inter- venors.'to satisfy said execution towit: The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of 'Section Sixteen (16); West Half served by the men community , room at Good Hope this Thursday night. Serving will start at 6:30 p. m. and continue till all are served. Prices will be 35c and 20o. The Lotts Creek P. T. A., school district No. 7, met Friday night at Arch Walker's. The program follows: opening song, Yankee Doodle; reading, Good Little Girl, Pauline Seip: recitation, Marie Walker; reading, George Had a Grouch on Sister, Grace Walker; play, At the Dated this 19th day of April, 1932, L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L, Harris, Deputy L. A. Wlnkel, Plaintiff's Attorney. on o< u4"ui govern- proceed The Smart New Navy Dresses Specially Featured -r \ "Dots" are the newest! Just arrived from New York! Genuine Velveray!, Backgrounds of Navy and Copen. Models with saucy little jackets.., fluttering capelets . . . bright sashes.. . short : sleeves with cute bosvs. Also special assortment of 'the smartest high shade Spring colors, including] banquet dresses of georgette and crepe. New Dress Coats With Sporty Scarfs! Flattering, snug-fitting models and Crepy Wool-j ens! Stunning coats with wide stitched collars... scalloped qollars... scarfs, that mayJae worn different,ways! Hansdme styles"in Corsair blue —also coats of newest sport fabrics. Amazing! tr R R H H m Department Stores T. P. Harrington, Attorney. 32-34 Ticket by the school pupils; recitation. Posture, by Helen Walker; reading, the Mustard Plaster, Mrs. Loyd Po'tter; solo, The . Old Fashioned OFllver, by Robert Walker; two numbers school band ; reading, Sherwood Potter. Roll call was answered with school day remembrances. Games iyere played after the program. Lunoh was served- Thte was the last meetly of the year, but It was clded to cpatwue the meetlnf 0 year. Christine Kiiudsen 1» t«*cher. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. . Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution dlr reeled to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 13th day of April, 1932, in favor of L. A. Andrew, Su- pelntendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, f,or the sum of ($3018.81) Dollars, a »d •L, A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the People's Savin&s Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, for the sum of ($1}38.36) Dollars, and In favor of B. A. Helden, Receiver of the First National Bant of City, Iowa, for the avu# of Dollars as Plaintiffs. Elite Runchey, as coats, taxed. »t i»4wm NOTICE OP APPLICATION TO CONVEY REAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, VS.' . Kossuth County State Bank, Algona,. Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors, Creditors, and Other Persons Interested in the Receivership of . the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, and To Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that there is now 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 Kossuth, County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell Lot Three (3) in Block (Twenty-Two (22) of the Original Plat, Aleona, Iowa, to H. W. Post, and Lot Three in Block (Fifty-two (52) . Original Plat, Algona, Iowa, to W. E. Naudain, upon the .terms and conditions set out in said application, to which you are reierreij for further particulars. of Northwest Quarter (W% of NE%) of Section Twenty-One (21), all in Township Ninety-Four (94} North, of Range Twenty-Seven (27), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing 240 acres more or less according to ment survey; and I will ,o sell said property, or so much .hereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and^ accruing costs at public auction to :he highest bidder, for. cash, in hand, on the 14th day of May, 1932,: at the east door of the Court House In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour .ot.' 10 /o'clock a, m,, of said day, when and' where due sA- tendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 13th' day of April, 1932. L. 13. HOVEY, . Sheriff of Koasuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Hobbet and Blue, . ; Plaintiff's Attorneys. 32-33 LAWN MOWERS REGROUNI • ; V-/ "* * ' > We use factory methods; Our new self-s ing blade formed over dies ftpm high carbon spr steel installed at $1.00 extra; • .• Norton Machine Works Reduced Fares For Mother'* Day to CHICAGO $8,00 $16,19 BOUND Good In Coaches Only ROUND TRIP Good iii sleeping cars—»pace extra CHILD BEN HALF FARE Coach tickets good on^ all trains May 6 and 7. Beturii to reocU starting point by midnight Moy 9. You are 1 further $Qt}$ed that the First Class Tickets—Good on all aifls May 6 and 7. Return to reach starting point by midnight May 23.- ' ' WEEK E|ID Ow> Ff re Hw 81* Iojc To certain destinations' on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. trick for ypu, Yp» w|U T " ~ VDU *^ J be delighte4 woodwork, rf ibowwi *e 91'feNtfUj - -' i ' f A, H, ~-^"" if

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