Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1932 · Page 6
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'^:'S^^^^^^£^-'^f^^7f?yww^ mm WASHIN AT W )N 5TON ;SLEY Wesley, May 3—The second quarterly meeting and supper were held at the Methodist church last week Wednesday evening. Plans were laid Which are expected to bring the budget up to date by the last Sunday In May. A Washington program In the church auditorium was largely attended. Prayer and America were followed by the appearance of George Washington (Alfred Nelson Jr.), whose'proportions were admirably suited to the part. His'costume, made by Mi's. McNu'lty, was "fetching." George gave a few words of advice to present-day Americans. Remarks and .readings were given by the Rev. I. C. McNulty, Herman Wise, Raymond Hansen, and Florence Haneen. Mr. McNulty sang a solo; Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and Marie Harris, a duet. The high school orchestra, led by Miss De- Mots, gave two selections. Doctor W. H. Lease.' district superintendent, gave a brief description of Mount Vernon. which he had visited, then dwelt-chiefly on present been postponed td Sunday evening, May 22, When a playlet will be given by EpWorth League girls, and another by the M; S. music and -singing. There will be Devotions Honof Virgin Mary— -... Devotions will be held at $t. Joseph's church every evening In May* In honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary, to whom the month Is dedicated. The devotions consist of the rosary and litany. ^ Woden Plays Here Tneaday— Two ball games • last week were postponed to avoid conflicting with a county tournament. One with Woden will be played here this week Tuesday. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Etta Dunlap, who died at Mason City Saturday, April 23, Was Charles, was Preston's tint cousin, and was first cousin once removed of Arlo Dawaon, Prastonfe nephew. Preston and Arlo .attended • the'f Mineral at Mason City last week f ues-> day. ...The Henry Lootts, Seneca, , spent 'Sunday with Henry'a mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft. Other guest* were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and Allen. Next Tuesday public school teats will be written. Juniors and seniors take five testa: freshmen and sophomores, three. Mrs. John Ormsby went.to Forest City la*t Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Sarah McCroden, over Sunday. Mrs. Edith Daweon, Mason City, came 'Monday to visit with her son Arlo and brother, Preston Chapin. Emma Studer made a trip by bus to Mason City Monday to consult Doctor Burke. -a cousin by marriage of Preston [ Mrs. Hugh McCutchln, mother- Chapln, not an aunt. Her husband; | Mrs. Henry. Kunz, has been sick. Farewell Party Given in Honor of Senecans Seneca, May 3—A farewell party was given at the Wear home In economic conditions. He did claim to have a cure, but he not set forth the. absurdity of blaming the president. He mentioned the billions lost, or. rather, unearned, by •unemployed workmen, and showed that their inability to buy accounts for low prices of farm products. He mentioned remedies or palliatives, which can be made use of by the marriage of Hazel Gardner, daughter of Mrs. E. M. Gardner, to Chris honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wear, j Nielsen, of Chicago, April. 13. Hazel who will move to Burt soon. Teach-;tias been-employed In a telephone ers and immediate neighbors were j exchange in Chicago. She was grad- preeent, among whom were Mr. and j uated from the Seneca high school Mrs. Martin Vant, Mr. and Mrs. in 1923. They will live in Chicago. Reuben Miller and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn and daughter, Chris Nielsen and son Tommy, Nels Chris- I Mrs. Harold Goetsch and daughter Attend Shower at Fenton— tenson. Mrs. Henry Rasmussen and children, Miss Hallet, Miss Buerkins, Miss Madden, Miss Lynch. Miss Bryden. Miss Behrends, and Mrs. Sharlene, and Pauline Osborrl attended a miscellaneous shower last Monday evening at the Methodist church parlors In Fenton in honor Individual and closed with the hope A(1o ' Ihgon MJag BuerkinS| Mls s of Mrs. Donovan 'Brown, formerly and appeal that the Christian church Behrends and Mr- Wear furnished j Vivian Glaus. Mrs. Brown was the music, and Miss Bryden gave a i recipient of many useful gifts. reading for entertainment. Lunch I was served later in the evening, i Contlnnes Harboring- Course— and its work he not abandoned in j the stress of the times. After the i first and last stanzas of the Star-1 Spangled Banner Mr. Lease pro-' nounced the benedictions. Farewell for HIP F. C. Loofts— Henry Rasmussen accompanied Nels Christenson, Seneca garage both expressed thanks for the kind- j man, to Des Moines last Monday and Gifts were ; Mrs. Wear. ;iven to each Mr. and The honored guests A f=r H , r ', T M nes s and appreciation shown them, then left for Kansas City to A farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. _,. „, „„„ ' „.,„ ,...„, . „ I tin,,A M« hn-hm. «..nhnni!r,^ -a* Fred C. Looft was given at Emil The Wears have lived in ,„ Seneca] tlnue his barber schooling. He plan- *rea ^. 1*011 was given at iamii| f Th ; invoic- ned to go a couple of weeks ago but Westers last week Tuesday evening.; . A . o * n . could nat leave „„ Mond ._ It included the .school board, of ; store Monday. Which Mr. Wester is president, ] Error Is Corrected wives. treasurer, secretary, and j .Through a misunderstanding an waves, and Vlggo Kiilsholm and : error was made , ast week concern- Messrs, and Mesdames H. J. Braley.: ing ' the 2 5th wedding anniversary of H. J. Sherman, Ihno A. Gerdes, and j Mrs _ j re i vin Borland's parents. This Fred Diekmann. There was bridge, i item should have read that the cele- lunch was served, and conversation. I bmtion was in honor of Mra . Nor . land's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. Looft leaves this week Thursday to take charge of a nent petroleum station could not leave till Monday. Boy Hurt Playing Ball— Gerald Halvorson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halvorson, suffered an injured leg a week ago Friday while playing baseball at Bancroft. The leg was lanced where it was badly bruised. The Injury is now healing. ,m,,t,*m,^~*^*m^m~+++-*~~~—i*~f*ft+^f^~~—~'im*imm-,^1plm,^~*~~t~tH-**^~*~~(~f1t-~~i*»-i~~~~ i I I •••^••••••••••m II«MI ^ . Ftohis came to visit fobki AnrfeA'iuch frftftchtee must'.be In'wrttlrt|r ! son %nd daughter, Mrs. La>s Walter,(and filed in triplicate with thU fe«t did hot find them home, ,;fo!>la» Board at least five (6)-day* betor* employed at the FWh farm In date of heating:. The Board sut 1 '' ^ ' geiU,that* the objector 1 b« represented at the hearing by someone who hid youth. . ; Mr.-,and Mrs. tVed Mrtrwn enters lalned the C. M. Thompson family, the Aibin Nelson family, and Mrs. Lara Walleri and fatheri Tobias An* derson, at a t o'clock dinner Sunday everting. Mrs. Chris Nielsen spent. Friday afternoon with Mrs. Jim Wear. Mr. and Mrs. John Nielsen, of Fenton, were Sunday guests and Mrs. Reuben* Miller called the same day. Miss Buerkins. high. school teacher, spent last week-end 'with tier parents at Pella. A Titonka friend accompanied her to Des Molnea to visit a sister. . Mrs. Wm. Osborn and daughter, Mrs. L. W. -Saxton, and her' son; Ellis Earl, visited at the Wilbur Richmond's last' Wednesday afternoon. The Martin Wilberg family spent Sunday at Hans Presthaus's at Bancroft. « The women are steters. The John Campbell family, Armstrong, called at the parental G. Kracht home .Sunday. \ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch entertained the Paul Saxton family Saturday evening. ' The Seneca schools will, close May 27 for the summer vacation. The Zlon society met at C. M. Thompson's last Thursday. I Four Corner* | /. .. '. . , The Mothers •& Daughters club Mid-Conti- j Burgeson. of near Ringsted, instead 1 Grade IJecInmatorr Held— e Mothers •& Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. John Rich, and the opening song was Mother's Bible. Roll call was answered with quotations about mother. Solos were sung by Mrs. Edmund Larsen, accompanied by Evelyn Cruikshank, Mrs. Iva Wlth- am; Mrs. Edmund Rich, accompanied by Evelyn Cruikshank; Mrs. Jack Dltsworth, Mrs. Herman Lln- deman, singing and whistling, accompanied by Miss Cruikshank, Grace WItham, also accompanied by Miss Crutfcsftank. Papers were read 'by Mfss i Crufksfianfc and Clara Drayton. Thirty members and seven visitors attended. .The next meeting will be on Mar 12 witft Miss Violet WaHter.. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom were given a surprise Friday ntght. They had been invited to supper at Clifton Bjustrom's, Algona, and found that the event was In honor of their first-'Wedding anniversary last January. Tfte supper had had at Swea of the Lars FinnestaclK. The Burge- The error is City; Mrs. Looft and Allen will re- j song were ma rried at the Fiunestad main till school is out. Mr. Looft ' i lome 25 years ago. has been manager of a Wesley sta- j deeply regretted, tion more than 11 years. Paul Fla-' ' herty is new manager. and Wesley Patterson, oratorical. Study Club Jlei'ts Thursday— The Study club met at Mrs. A. M. Leases'K last Thursday and packed Commencement to Be May 24— Commencement exercises for this year's graduating class will be held i Senior Class Play Pleases— a box for the at Des Moine.s. The club has helped the Home for several years as part | of its welfare project. The club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Alfred Erdman, and a lesson on music mastei-K will be led by Mrs. Daughn, each member to answer to roll call by naming an American musician. May 24 at the schoolhouse. Dr. Robert E. Rienow, dean of men at Seventh and eighth grade pnpiTs | to be postponed because of sickness, took part in a declamatory contest I Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roy in the high school assembly last i Bjustrom, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. A. week. Winners are Florence Looft, j c - Bjustrom, and Cecil and Milen dramatic, John Crowley, Tramorous,. Ejustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Walker were surprised' Sunday, when a group of relatives and friends- arrived for a The Seneca senior class play was! picnic-.dinner and to help celebrate has full authority to act for It. Dated at Des Molhes, Iowa, ApHl 15, 1932. BOARD Of 1 RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OP THE STATE OF IOWA. Attest: Oeo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. Pile B-2070. / 84-36 JTOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, icosstJTH-cotmTr, as. ' \ 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, oil a"judgtnfefit rendered in said 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 Quarter (SW%) of Section Sixteen (16); West half <W%) of the Northeast Quarter (NEVi) of •Section Twenty-One (21), all In Township Ninety-four (94) Norbh, of "Range Twenty-Seven (27), West of^ihe./Flfth Principal Meridian,'-containing 240 acres more or less, according to government survey,- as defendants, for the. sum of Twenty- fo'ur Thousand One Hundred Nlne- teen.and 86/>100 ($24,119,86) Dollars and costs, taxed at Three Hundred Twenty-seven a-nd 90/100 ($327.90) 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, defend" ants,' John Ruger and' Mrs. John Ruger, and Agnes McCarthy, Inter- venors, to 'satisfy saiid execution towit: The Southwest Quarter (SWU) of Section Sixteen. (16); West Half of ' Northeast Quarter (W% of NEU) of Section Twenty-One (21), all in Township v Ninety-four (94) North, of (27). West Range Twenty - serven of the Fifth Principal Children's Home | the - state un i ver sity, will deliver the commencement address. Baccalaureate services will be held at the schoolhouse May 22, and the Rev. Mr. Swanson, of Swea City, will give the address. a great success last Thursday and I the Walkers' Hazel Gardner is Jfarrietl— News has been received of S. S. ftlrls Planning Party— The Methodist junior girls' class will entertain the mothers in the League room Saturday evening as a pre-celebration of Mother's day. A program will be given, and refreshments will be served. The Rev. -Mr. McXulty will deliver a suitable sermon at the Methodist church next Sunday, Mother's day, but in the evening services here will be omitted to permit attendance at a Mother's day program at Sexton. Junior Play Pleases Audience— A Junior play Friday evening was a marked success. The parts were all well acted. Miss Reimer deserves extra credit for having taken the part of one of the players almost at the last moment. One of the girls was unable to come, and Miss Relmer received notice of it only that morning. There wa^s a fair crowd, and the receipts were $51.70. FOR SALE—YELLOW SEED corn. -L. F. Jenkmson, phone 1F22. 9p33 Driveway for Oil Station— Swen Nelson and his men are laying in a cement driveway, at the K. & H. co-operative oil station, replacing gravel. A pergola roof wil cover the driveway, and at the entrance is a large sign, "K. & H.' Julius Studer and Arlo Dawson have drawn plans for a -plot of flowers and shrubbery. Parochial Play Big: Success— A parochial school play, given a' Bell theater Thursday evening April 21, wa.s a great success. Every part was well carried, and showec talent and good training. It was a three-act operetta, "When Betsy Ross Mad?-Old Glory," and it was largely attended. Julius MOIIHOII S; Party— Mrs. Eva Mo.nson gave a birthday party for Julius, 8, Saturday, Apri 23. To harmonize with the date, 2 irlenda attended, besides severa teachers. Games were played, am the occasion was crowned with a birthday supper. Several birthday cakes were among gifts for the hos 1 Thirty In Music Festival- Wesley had 30 representatives i a county music festival at Algon Saturday who took part with gle clubs and in a mixed chorus. A numbers on the program were excel lent. The orchestra consisted of 8 pieces, the mixed chorus of 100 sing ers. ;' Sonday Dinner Honors Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer an their daughter Emma were Sunda dinner guests of the Studers' so Julius in honor of his birthday. Th A. E. .Giddings family were suppe gut-els Monday at the eldest so Gordon's in honor of A. E. Gidding birthday. Children's Day Plans Laid— The Methodist Sunday school laying 1 a cement driveway at tl 1 program in June. The Aid will serv a May breakfast at the church Fr day, May 13. The Bible Study clas meets tills week Tuesday evening Raymond Hansen's. Surprise for Mrs. F. C. Looft— The Methodist Aid. 25 or 30, wi perpetrate a surprise on Mrs. Fre Looft at her home this wee Wednesday, in the nature of a fare well. The women will take sane wichas, pickles, and cake, and wl make coffee. T?. F. V. S. Pi%ram Pat Off— A. fungnim the Methodist W. f M. S. w*» to have given May i ha» the Friday evening, and the cast and coach have been praised for their work. Proceeds totaled $55. Other Seneca Sews. versary. The 26th weddinjg anni- event was also the Meridian, containing 240 acres v mpre; -or less according to government survey;' and ' I ' will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction to the highest bidder, for , cash, in. hand, on the 14th day of May, 1932, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the. hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day,' when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 13th day of April, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Koseuth,County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Hobbet and Blue, ^™?^TV "•**'• »"• n -" y> *">. *'„;,' - 1 -'* 1 .-V.^&fw _._ _ _ _ _^^. iffiVwB «»« -*W^A- XL$ \m>,^^i$£ f /4 lA****'* tytft* 'JWVTvU-'i 1 .>«»,',"1 ". ''t'-j 1 ' /, '-t t i «. • i 'i ** \ ' >• ' VI* i •/* One of my competitors Is in —to wholesale housed asking them ftolHd »el! ille stores any goods, He Wands US.** the most ..„..,. ious price slashers in the State af lowa.J «o not know what ails him. It does not do him *hy good br me any harm. feu* ago he predict^ that 1 would not , last six months. I am still here, have .ralsefl ,my chll* • dren and grart'-chlldren, have patd.fof, a hohie and a farm, have my bills all discounted and a Store room of my own. What little this amounts to has been nurae selling standard advertised goods at out rates. I believe In volume. I would- rather sell .4. pairs of shoes aV6»c a pah- prdflt than to sit around trying to sell one paid at $2.00 profit. ; • I believe-in modern merchandising, I want to : keep my customers Instead of letting them go to the tnail order houses and j chain stores. ' If ever there .was a time that famillw appreciate cut prices It Is right now. This fellow seems to want to,., keep those standard advertised lines at standard- prices. He forgets that the farmer's products are away below standard, Neville's store has always sold standard advertised Ifnes of men's and women's shoes at reduced prices. ' We sell the *S.90 shoes and slippers at $3.95, the _ -M.OO' grade at $2T,TS r 'and the regular $3.00 values at f $1.98. This Is 'the way,we have built up a big busl- , ness. We stick to standard well known brands, but sell them at a discount. Very few stores-buy and,sell^ as much standard merchandise as we do. . • This week you can buy Freeman's $6.00 and $6.00 men's oxfords at Neville's for W.»5. ' A Men's Friendly Five oxfords, always $5.00, at^fev- t .. Ille's'for 13.95. » W. L. Douglas $4.50 ehoes and .oxfords, at Nevr • ille's for $3.65. . .. " ''' Connolly $6.00 Kangaroo shoes and oxfords at Neville's for $3.95. The Trade Builder line of $5.00 ehoes, at Nevilles , for *3.75. \ ' ' • Freeman's Champion $3.50 oxfords and the $4.00 Ambassador, at Neville's for tSJ». Jung's $3.00 Police shoes, all arizes 6 to 11, at Neville's 91.98. Peter's shoes, brown built shoes, BHHkins, all at reduced prices. All standard advertised lines, but you buy them at Neville's for less. Men'e underwear, dress shirts, work shirts, overalls, odd pants, and all kinds of furnishings at reduced prices^ You get the same standard goods and save money by trading at Neville's. As to tie, wholesale houses, I find most of them are looking for the merchant tha£.. has an "outlet for their producti I know weiare being f . offered special discounts for quantity buying by some of the best houses. ' Jim mie Neville " The Shoe Man" Algona, la. B. Quarton • ' . Algona, iowa •' • i. L. B. 0. D. Shumway in . L - Atttorney Office in Qui Phone iso Attorney.at-law Office over Io\v a State Phone 206. Plaintiff's Attorneys. 34-35 annual Rich family reimibtr.. Attending were the William Riches, the Jack: Lights, the William Dray- tons-,. Sir., and Mrs. Eula [Rich, Mrs. Mrs. Lucy Fish, one of Seneca's j Edith Rich, Edith and Leo '.S'abln, pioneer settlers, now of Algona, and the Ed Riches, Margaret Habeger, her son Will, of Whlttemore, visited \ OrvfTie Hbldren, Lewis Broesder, at Fred Brown's Sunday, The and Cecil Bjustronu . - OR SALE—PHILCO 8-TUBE radio.—Call 833. 10u34 •OR RENT — MODERN ment.—Phone 316-J. APART- 6u33 X>R RENT — PARTLY MODERN house, close in.—tPhone 51-J. 9u33 WANTED—MAN FOR FARM work. —-Guy M. Dimond, Wesley. 9p34 FOR RENT—40 ACRES GOOD bluegrass pasture.—Chas. Hawk, Fenon. llp33-34 PLANT SETTING MACHINE FOR . rent.—Jim Watts, phone 18F21 Algona. " 10p34 FOR SALE — BRONZE TURKEY eggs for Bode. hatching. — Mrs. Louis 10p34 ANNOUNCEMENTS member me at the primaries.—Harry 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 —Hiram B. White. 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 WANTED—WHITE PEKIN DUCK eggs.—Hamilton croft. Hatchery, Ban- 8u33 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for county attorney of Kossuth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the vot- WANTED—SHEEP SHEARING TO do.—'Sankey Algona. Bros., phone 1VF15, 10p34-35 FOR SA'UE—HAMPSHIRE yearling 'boar, ?S.—Paul Blumer, 2 miles S. }albraith. 12p34 HOUSEWORK WANTED by young capable woman.—Mae Etherington phone 781. 10pS4 AUCTION ANTIQUE CHEST OF drawers, 150 years old, 'Sales Pavilion Saturday. Ilp34 MODERN APARTMENT FOR rent. —Kossuth County State Bank Ex- ers— H. W. Miller. 24 (2)23-38 TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for county recorder, subject to the decision of the voters In the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson 81u23tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the republican nomination for county attorney, subject; to the will of the voters at the Jun< primary.—G. W. Stillman. 25u23t: aminer in Charge. lluSltf LET OUR TELEPHONE BE your clothes line. — Klrsch phone 267, Laundry, 10u20tf FOR SALE—SILVER KING AND Golden King eeed corn, $1.25 tm.— F. S. Thompson. 13u33 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT. — Kossuth County State Bank Examiner in Charge. • lluSltf WANTED—MAN OR WOMAN TO room and board, 1% blocks north Sorensen Grocery store. Ir 14p34 HAULING WANTEIJ — ASHJE3S; rubbiish or anything else. —:Phone 302, George W. Banwart. lip33-34 PAINTING, DECORATING, paperhanging. Free estimate. — Karl Willasson, phone 561-W. 9p31-34 FOR RENT—THREE NEWLY decorated unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping.—Mary C. Kain, phone 461-W. 14p34 FOR SALE—GOOD SEED CORN, yellow and white, germination satisfactory to you; $1.00 per bu. on the ear.—Hugh Raney, Algona. 21p33-35 KOSSUTH RELIANCE AND Golden King, $1.00 bu., same pure strain which won high yield contest.—Alfred Carlisle, 3-4 mile east Whittemore. 23p34-35 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from type- wrlting.T;-Advance. 26tf STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY—Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital.needed. Write today. CO., D»pt. B, I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN didacy for the republican nomina tipn for county auditor subject t trie will of the voters at the primary election June 6, 1932.—Earl F. Grlf fith. 29(2)26t ANNOUNCEMENT — I HEREBY announce my candidacy for th republican nomination for supervis or in the First district, Kossuth county subject to the will of th voters in the;June primary.—J. H Fraser, of Rlverdale. 1 33p28-3 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY can didacy for sheriff pf Kossut* county pn the' republican ticket subject-.£9 'the wUl&f J the voters.— .Fred.L. Powell." 23p32-3 I AM A CANDIDATE FOR Dlstric Court Clerk in the June primaries on the republican-ticket. Your sup port will be appreciated. — J. A Freeh. 23u32-3 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE My CAN didacy for representative of Kos suth county, on the republica ticket, subject to the will of th voters.—J. C. Mawdsley. 23p3?-3 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN didacy for the democratic nomin ation for supervisor in the Firs disti-ict. Your vote will be apprec ated.—Henry Scheppmann, Irving ton. 23p33-£ E. L. HARRIS, CANDIDATE FOI Republican nomination for sheri: at. primaries June 6, 1932. Fov years experience as deputy eherif WP33-3 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN didaey for the democratic nomina tlon for recorder, subject to th will of the voters at the June prJ martes.- -Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Algona. 26p33-3 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN did^cy fop dirtrlct court clerk o the rej>«Wlc*n ticket. Plea** n- Wright. 21(2)33-34 ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY for the republican nomination for jus- ice of the peace, Algona township. 18u34-38 HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the democratic nomina- lon for county treasurer of Kossuth ounty.—Maurice Duffy. 17p34-35 HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the. republican nomina- lon for constable, Algona township. ••Floyd Newville. 14p34-35 LEGAL NOTICES| NOTICE OF'LETTING Sealed -bids will be received at the ffice of the County Auditor of Kossuth county, at Algona, Iowa, until 0 a. m., May 19, 1932, for gravel surfacing involving approximately 168,175 cu. yds. of gravel, 1,038,600 one-half mile units and 47,200 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pits. Bidding blanks and additional Information may be secured -from the office of the county engineer, Alona, Iowa. 'BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. NOTICE OF SHEKIFF'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 25th day of April, 1932 in favor of Equitable Life Insurance Company of Iowa, . as plaintiff, and against George Schacht and Mary Schacht as defendant, for -the sum of Thirteen Thousand Six Hundred Fourteen and 26/100 ($13,614.26) Dollars and costs, .taxed at One Hundred Ninety-eight and 78/100 ($198.78) Dollars and accruing coste, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Anna Capesius Dorweiler and H. W. A. Dorweiler, J. B. Kent, George 'Schacht and Mary Schacht and John Faber to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The .East One-half of the Northeast Quarter (E% of NE%) of Section Twenty Six (26), and the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SW% of SW%) of. Section Twenty-four (24), all being in Township Ninetyfour (94) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth 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 ac- .cruing costs at public, auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand,' on the 27th day of May, 1932, at the east door of the courthouse 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 27th day-of April, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Everett L., Harris, Deputy; A. C. McGill, Plaintiff's Attorney. , 34-35 BIG STOCK REDUCING SALE OF GORDON SEAT COVERS PRICES CUT IN HALF Will install covers FREE. Can fit any closed car. COUPES ________________________________ ^. $2.98 COACHES AND SEDANS ____ .. ___ .J. ______ ... »8.98 Don't wait — come in today. KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa May 3, 1932. 34-35 OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE BOARD OF BJAIL- ROA!D COMMISSIONERS. ' ' TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY: , Notice is hereby given '• that ••' a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power, and heating purposes has been filed by the Irvington Light and Power Company, Algona, Iowa, in the office of the board of railroad commissioners of-the State-of Ipwa; ,that said-'petition asks' the right to -construct and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described public .lands, highways, streams and private lands: (2300 volts) Beginning at the intersection of a north (N) and south (S) highway with the east (E) and West (W) center line of section nineteen (19), township ninety- five (95) north (N), range twenty eight (28) west (W) of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa; thence south (S) on the highway In the south (S) half (%) of. said section nineteen (19), a. distance of approximately one-fourth (%) of a mile to the place where said highway turns, southeast (SE), thence southeast (SE) on the highway in the south (S) half (%) of said section nineteen (19), a distance of approximately one-half. (%) of a mile to the south (6) line of said section nineteen (19). The board of railroad commissioners has fixed the 81et day of May, 1932, ten (10) a. xn. In the office at Pes Mojnes, ipnya, as ttae and. place. fo£ h.£ur|njc 4uUA A^Jil4fKn> Any objection. & ^ ft$jtfif)f~?S NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. 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 27th'day of April, 1932, fln favor of The Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank, Lincoln, Nebraska, as plaintiff, and against George J. Becker, as defendant, for the sum of Twenty Thousand Three Hundred Eleven and 11/100 ($20,311.11) Dollars arid costs, taxed at Two Hundred (Fifty- eight and 45/100 ($258.45) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following'deacribed Real property as the'property of the eaid George J. Becker and wife, Ida Becker, Magdalena Marso, L. A. An-, drew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Farmers Savings Bank, Livermore, Iowa, Kossuth .county, Thomas Becker, single, James iBeck- er, single, and Lawrence Becker, single,, to. satisfy said execution, towit: The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW% of NE%) and the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Twenty-Two (22), Township Ninety-four (94), Range Twenty-nine (29), West of ' the •Fifth P. M., all In KossutOi county, Iowa;' and I will proceed'to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for- cash, in hand on the 28th day of May, 1932, at the east door of the Court House Jn Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned, Darted this 28th, day of April, 1932. %fy 3$, HQVUY, of J£o,»u,tb County, iowa. •By Bverett L. Harris, Deputy. MEATS FRESH, COLD, COOKED, AND SMOKED GROCERIES—GOOD, BETTER, BEST. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Best the market affords. BAKERY GOODS OP ALL KINDS Give us a ring. Another truck load of th^ 10 bars Laundry Soap for 29c, and 10-lb. bag cane sugar 49c. LONG'S FOOD SHOP JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 1* _ DOCTORS KENEFICK m K K!tKfK Physicians and Surgeon' Office over Rexall DruVst™ • Office phone 3 00 '' M. J. Keneflck, M. D req nt, n , J..K. Keneflck.M. D./g£^ C. H. CKET/SlEYl?" Physician and Surgeon ^5S?. J?. i°. h , n . Oa .' b «ith HI* P. y. JANSE, £17 ««, y8lclan and Surgeon Office, on'South Dodge Stree Phones: Office;~6G6; reli - Algona, Iowa WAlTElt FUASKH, M.11 ' Physician and Surgeon I Office in Qulnby Bldg., Room li • Phone No. 12 .MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office. 197; residence DR. W. D. ASDIIEWS Diteopathlc Physician and San Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat) ; • X-ray Office: over Hub Recreation ™ PJlones!' Office, 187; residence,! B. A. EVAXS, M. I). jObstretlcs and Elcctrotlierapjl Viz: Diathermy and Ultra Vloleta Over Bbrchardt Drug Storel Phones: Residence 312, office 3] Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DE. II. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas- and novocaine used for .J traction. Located over Christensen Sti, Phones: Business 166, residence 4 Algona, Iowa >..;. 1. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Algona Phones; Office, 475-W.; rea,, ffl BUILDING CONTRACTOR COWAIf * SON .General Contractors . - Estimates FurnlsNl Phones;' Business. 639-Jjres.J MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WO»U| Machinists and Welders Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearlni Weit of Courthouse Phone J •' PRODUCE ^ SWIFT * COMPANI > ' Cash Buyers Poultry, £fff», and HUM * Matt Lamuth, Mgr, ••••• , Phone 264. INSURANCE K088UTU COUNTY MUTDA INSUBANOE ASSOCIATION J ir 115,000,000 worth of iw tn force, A home company, ••cure. J. Q. Payson^ THE ALQONA I> SUB ASCI] AGENCY C, B. La Barre Insurance Servlct. Estate, Bentata.j 55 GUKNING1UM 1OT W. BtaU St. , ; IACT '• Attorney,. REGROUND Norton Machine Worhi ^^^^^^^^^^"™ ~ ^il «. W. POST bo»£ Pittance to do all Uauliug ADVANCE WANT AD^

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