Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1932 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1932
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.*«<; &£ Week . End ,• Special ONE POtHVD BOX JULIA KING'S Assorted Chocolate 39 None better. LUSBY DRUG STORE MOTHERS ARE CLUB GUESTS AT IRVIHGTOH Irvington, May 17 — The* Plum Creek club met one day last'' week with Mrs. Hugh Raney, with 38 present. Mothers were entertained In honor of Mothers' day.' Mothers' \day songs were sung by the club .quartet,' Mary Oleson, (F^ern Young, Nellie Mo\Vh6rter, and Ora Reaper* accompanied by fithel Johnson. Mary Janice McWhorter and Vera Johnson, little girls, also sang Solos in honor of mother. Leota Gelgel ..... Matron's Club Started— Members of the O. E. S 1 . past matron's club 'organized some- time ago were initiated last week Wednesday afternoon by a group of Port Dodge O. E. S.' past matron club members. The visiting women were entertained a,t a luncheon at the Temple at noon,' with the local past matrons presiding as hostesses. A three- course luncheon was served at a single table, which was decorated with three May poles in pastel col- j played a piano solo, and gave a ora. The after luncheon program j musical reading-. Mrs. A. E. Michel, consisted of singing, toasts, and solo dances. After the program Initiation took place; Members of the local club are Mrs. •Burton Thorpe, president; Mrs. D. D. Monlux, secretary treasurer; and Mesdames A. Jj. Peterson, Geo. H. Free, D. L. Leffert, Harold Hutchins, A. J. Keen, S. A. Worster, D. D. Paxson, M. J. McCall, W. E. Mc"Donald, C. T. Chubb, Dg White, Lura Sanders A. A. Bishop, A. Algona, sang three soloSi accompanied by Leota Qeigel. The next meet- Ing will be with Nellie Slagle, Dorothy Knudson, assisting. Schools Holdhif Class Picnics— The George Stewart school closed Friday with a picnic. Gertrude Norman, teacher, will be succeeded next fall by Bertha Isenbarth, Sexton. The Irvington school pupils and J. i parents will picnic this Wednesday. U D ODOa DOOn DOB Baseball ALGONA Sunday May 22 ' SPENCER CUBS vs. . ALGONA GHAYS Ball Park, 2:45. Her.tig, J. A. Freeh, S. J. Ba'ckus, E. Rushmore, and a Mrs. Carroll, of urt. A. L. Peterson, photographer, took pictures of the group. The club will meet once a month. Pauline Black will also have the school again next year. Missionary Society Postponed—,. , I The Missionary society, which was to have met. this Friday at the church, has been postponed till next week Friday. Mrs. K, P, Roney will lead and Mesdames O. L. Miller and A. McLean will be hostesses. Goodbye Dandruff! Fitch's Shampoo diuolvn and remove* •nry trace of dandruff in a lingle application under a Honey-Back Guarantee. Cleani •nd refreshes your scalp—makes your hair lustrous and beautiful. Use it today — no •andruff tomorrow I SPECIAL OFFER For a limited time. we offer a 25c bottle of Fitch's Ideal Tonic (especially good for •dty; tender scalps) FREE with each purchase of a 75c bottle of Fitch's Dandruff Remover Shampoo. Get your combination pack* age today I LUSBY'S DRUG STORE White's Grocery WEEK-END 19C SPECIALS 2 6-lh. sacks meal 19c 3 pkg-s. Butter Bfilt Jell 19c 4 rolls Toilet Paper 1 19c 4 lOc cakes Toilet Soap _ 19c 3 lOc pkgs. Super £ud* -1- 19c 4 pkgs. Old Glory Macaroni 19c 9 pkgs. Kellogg-'s Hlce Krlaples .19c 2 Ibs. large Prunes 19c 8 11). pkg 1 . Powdered Sugar 19c 1 large size can Bowlene 19c 2 Ib. pkg. Soda Cruckors t9c 8 lOc pkfes. Palm Ollvo BeadH 19c Algona Couple Married— Velma Mansmith and Lawrence Gillespie were married Sunday at 2 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, at Hurt, with the Rev. Sidney Aten officiating. After the ceremony the couple left for "Port Bodge, and for visits at Newton, home" las" | TWIN SIX BASEBALL LEAGUE night and will be at home in the Gillespie residence. Mrs. Gillespie is well known to Algonians for she has been in the employ of the-Algona bakery the past eight years. Mr. Gillespie operates the news stand in the Smoke Shop, and is the son of W. A. Gillespie. John Dhswortli Critically Hi- John Ditsworth, Hobarton, Is critically ill with heart trouble and complications. John is a brother of Prank Ditsworth, of Irvington. * IS ORGANIZED AT FENTON Lit Verne Farewell Party Here- Mr, and Mrs. Burdette Agard, of Lu Verne, were entertained at a farewell party at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday night. Mr. Agard, who had been principal and coach in the Lu Verne schools five years, will not return to Lu Verne next fall. There were 24 at the^picnic; and after the picnic supper bridge was played, with Mrs. C. B. Hu.ff, of Lu Verne, and Dr. P. V. Janse, of Algona, winning high scores. Low prizes were won by Fred Graham, Lu Verne, and Mrs. Janse. of Algona.' 7 ' Eernice Swenson, of Lu Verne, won the travel prize. Fenton, May 17—At a meeting here last week a baseball league was organized to be known as the Twin Six league. The' following towns are represented: Rodman, Whittemore, Titonka, Mallard, .'Lone Rock,. and •Fenton. • A schedule for a split eeas- on has been arranged. The season opened here Sunday, to Titonka 4-2. Fenton losing Mrs. H. Bockes is Honored— A picnic supper honoring Mrs. Harold Bockes %vas given at the Jennie Cooney residence last Thursday by the Christensen store force. Mrs. Bockes, who has been in the employ of the store since it was opened, resigned lost week. After supper the evening hours were spent socially. Members of the force in attendance were Ora Jones, Elizabeth Holtzbauer, Mrs. J. M. Herbst, Mrs. C. H. Williams. Kathleen Holtzbauer, and Jennie Cooney. E 'FOR Herbst. VL 6U36 FOfc RENT-4'UBNISHBD ROOMS. —Phone 99. 6pS6 MODERN Phone 181. IPOR 6u36 FOR RfiNT—MODBRN —Call 316-J. ' apartment. 6p36tf WANTED TO RENT OR BUY, .baby ' carriage.—C'all 516>J, 9u36 •MARRIED MAN WANTS JOB ON •farm.—dall Advance. ' Sp3fe FOR RENT—-SLEEPING .ROOMS, $1.75 fter week.—<Phone 632. 9u36 MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS. — Mrs. Daisy Cook, 220 West Call. 9p36 KOR SAL/E—SMALL SIZE Refrigerator, In good condition. — Phone 107. , 10u36 'HAVE YOU TRIED OUR thrifty wash?—Kirsch Laundry, phone 267. . '- •'••'.. 36utf WANTED—CATTSLB TO Pasture, ' plenty shade, and water. — Hugh ' SEWING AOSTD REMODELING; also la'undry. work.—222^W. T$H1 braska. ............ . ••......^^ •&$$-, FOR RENT—'DOWNSTAIRS h(^/se- keeping rooms.—J. Riddle; 103 E. Kennedy. • -' GARDEN PLANTS FOR SALE.— Thos, 'Schultz, 5 blocks south of Algona hotel. . 12p35-37 REAL ESTATE — RENTALS— small loans—insurance. — Algona Insurance Agency. 9u36tf PIANO TUNING—EXPERT, artistic: satisfactory references.—G. Ray •Smith, 821 Elm st. 12p36 HOW CLERK'S WORK HAS INCREASED . As stated in my article -in \iast week's Advance, 1 1 Would publish a sworn statement making a comparison of the work done 1 In the Clerk of the District Court's office during the .time I have been' In office, and 1 toft on January i, tt» fc and this state- FOR SALE—ONE OF ALGONA'S finest homes at a 'bargain on easy terms.—C. W. Nlcoulln. 14p36 MODERN~APARTMENT FOR rent. —Kossuth County State Bank Examiner in Charge. Ilu31tf AUTOMOBILE INS U R A N C E — low. rates—full coverage.—Algona Insurance Agency., . - 9ii36tf MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT. — Kossuth County State Bank Examiner in Charge. lluSltf MEMORIAL DAY Travel Bargains MAY 27-28-M-30 Return Limit May 31 Three-fifths of the one-way fare foi the Round Trip. Good in coaches Only. On all trains May 27, 28, 29 and 30. ALSO 1 FARE PLUS 25c Children Half Fare for the Round Trip good in Sleeping and Parlor Cars on payment fo space occupied. Good on all trains •May 27, 28, and 29. Consult Ticket Agent for Full Particulars. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD. FLOWERS I will handle flowers from Kemble's greenhouses, Mason City, for Memorial Day; I also have excellent perennial plants and garden flowers in my own gardens. Any order Which you place with me will receive prompt attention. Prices reasonable and duality guaranteed. HOBTENSE S. FKlMHJSOlf Phone 248. Other Society. A. H. Hackman, his daughter, Mrs. McDougal, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farrell, Mason City, spent last Thursday in Algona. Mr. Hackman, a former Algonian, attended >to business while here .He makes his home with the McDougals. Mr. McDougal is in the employ of the Decker packing company. Mr. Par•ell is a sign painter. Mesdames Melzar Falkenhainer, R. H. Miller, and F. B. Kent entertained 24 women at a bridge luncheon last week Wednesday. High 5 cores were won by Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, Mrs. M. J. Streit, an Mrs. John Kenefick. Mrs. Walter Lorenz and Mrs. J. M. Herbst entertained eight at bridge last week Wednesday night. After bridge refreshments were served. High scores were won by Mrs. G .W. Stillman, Mrs. H. M. Smith, and Mrs. D. E. Dewel. 'The R. M. A. club will meet next week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Mary Lange. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Sam Smith, Mrs. Harvey Coleman, Mrs. Sheehan, and Mrs. Gillespie. Tihe Congregational Missionary society will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Shackelford. Belle Purvis is assisting 'hostess, and Mrs. F. J. Clark is in charge of the program. Mrs. Anton Didriksen entertained her bridge club at luncheon last week Wednesday noon. High bridge score was won by Mrs. W. D. Howie. Mrs. R. W. Horigan was a guest of the club. The W. R. C. club will meet with Mrs. Ella Laird next week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Susie Englar, S. C. Spear, R. H. Spencer, E. J. Rawson, and .Bonnstetter. The Naomi Circle meets tomorrow afternoon at 2 at I. O. O. F. hall. Members are to bring a covered dish. The Baptist Mission Circle will meet this afternoon at 2:30 with Anna Ingersoll. Mrs. C. A. Samson will lead the lesson. Eastern Star members will have a special meeting next Monday even- Ing at 8 o'clock. JfOTICE TO AL1 DEPOSITORS, CREDITORS, AJfD OTHER PERSON'S INTERESTED IN THE RECEIVERSHIP OF THE ALGONA STATE BANK OF AI/- OOXA, IOWA. You and each of 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 Eighteenth Quarterly Report of the Honorable L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Receiver of the Algona State Bank, of Algona, Iowa., the same being the 'Final Report of .R. H. Miller, Examiner in Charge of said Receivership, in which said Report the .Receiver-and Examiner, in charge show all receipts and disbursements since the date of the last Report on file, and said Receiver asks that said R. H. Miller be discharged as Examiner in Charge of said bank and his bondsmen exonerated from all liability as of date March 31st, 1932, the date of this Report. You are further notified that unless you appear thereto at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, and object on or before the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., on the first day of June, 1932, and show cause why said Report should not be approved and ^ why said R. H. Miller should not be die- charged as Examiner in Charge and his bondsmen exonerated, an Order and Decree of this Court w^ll be entered approving said Report and discharging the said R. H. Miller as Examiner in Charge of the Algona State Bank of Algona, and exonerating his bondsmen from all liability as of date March 31st, 1932, the date of the Report on file. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Algona State Bank Algona, Iowa. FOR SALE—'SOY BEANS, 90c PER bushel, less in quantities.—Loren Brown, phone 3iP31. 14p36-37 May, (SEA'L) ' In addition to .these cases I have handled 18 banfc cases, 'the labor in each of these bank cases would -be equal to ten- cases in equity and law, FOR SALE, REASONABLE — 1931 Chevrolet coach, driven 3500 miles. 626 -North Wooster st. 13p36 FOR SALE—TEN HAMPSHIRE bred sows; also 3 Shetland ponies, cheap.—Hugh Raney. 13735-36 FOR RENT — 7-ROOM HOUSE, partly modern, on Hale^ street, south of E. McGregor.—Mrs. Prank TIetz. 17p36 EVERY 38 SECONDS OF THE working day someone buys a Majestic Electric Refrigerator. — See Algona Auto Market. 17u36 NOWHEKE ELSEO'I'N THE UNI- ted States will you find all 3 lines of 'tires selling 2 for the list price of 1. Gamble Stores. '; 24-36 FOR SALE QUICK — BIRDSEYE maple 4-piece bedroom suite and mahogany piano. Bargains.—521 E State St., phone 749. 20p36 EARLY 90-DAY GOLDEN KING seed corn for late planting; test extra good, graded.—Alfred Carlisle %-mi!e,east Whittemore. 20p36 RUXSTEEL AXLE FOR MODEL T . .Ford for sale; also 1926 touring body, two- radiators, and other parts.—Otis Sanders, Lone -Rock. 2ilp36 ,FOR SALE—X3OOD SEED CORN yellow 'and white, germination satisfactory to you; $1 per bu. on the ear.—Hugh Raney, Algona. 21p36 FOR SALE—ILLUNI SOY BEANS germination test 95, Manchu test 92. Price 90 cents per bu. at farm 1% miles north of Corwith.—A. E Mullins. 25p36-38 LOST—BROWN BILLFOLD, contains driver's license and paper money; reward.—T^eave at Advance of i or call 1P110, Livermore. — Wm 36 Hammer. 20p36 ment covers the period .fr>m ary i, 1929, «t> to ahd Including May 10, 1932, or three yearsi 6 Months, and 10. days. ...y opponent t6ok charge of the Clerk's office on January 1, '1919, and, occupied the office for three terms, or six years. < It would be 'unfair to expect that I should do as much work In three yeans, five mbnths ahd 10 days as my opponent did in six years, therefore these- figures -are based Upon the first 3 years, 6 months and 10 days! that each of us have been In office. I am ejulte certain that the Increase In work, if I am so fortunate as to be nominated and elected to serve the same three terms tny opponent served, will continue this ratio. The following tabulation, backed by 'the sworn statement of the Deputy Clerk of Court, for which I .have paid Kossuth county the regular transcription fee, shows-beyond a doubt, that the Clerk's, of flee during the same length of time, handled over 40 per" cent more cases during 'the period I h'ave been In office, .than during the same neHod of time mi- opponent was in office. This work has been handled without any additional help other than Is customarily allowed the office. •-.••'''•... Major- ' , %ot Orton Freeh Ity Increase Eaulty and Law — - —1259 993 266 .26.79 Probate and Criminal '— 677 550 127 .23.05 Sheriff's Sale (Sale Book) 246 94 152 ' 160.62 Insanity Hearings :..—-._ 64 34 20 64.11 Iowa City State Hospital Cases —— 279 , 75 204 272.13 Totals __ i—_-- - —— —2>515 • 1746 ™9 44- 02 I, Clara Sc'haap, do hereby certify that the above is a correct tabulation of the cases filed under the respective headings. The first ool- umn-representing the period of from January 1, 1929, to May 10, 1932, and the-second column representing, the period from January 1, 1919, to May Iff, m?. CLARA SCHAAP. Deputy Clerk. Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary (Public, this 7th day of E. F. GRIFFITH, Notary Public. teH»#I«(4' tote'dtfeated;' H6 agatif'raft ft» A fottrth. te'rrti in 19^8 1 and again wail defeated 1 , ahd n&w, In ' Hte he:i«'BfMi J fMnfilrfg «f6r term,."aiid is'askiBfMe. ' pej5pi«i ot Kbsmith ' 'ttpiut a man but' of otffce wh'6 ls,;seiHVln^ his sfecond' ,tefm; .and has^ handled -over 4»% more cases 'than he ) handled while Jn 1 off Ice. ",'"•' '•' [ • Jn conclusion, 1 w-fsh to say I hat t am a 'married tnaw, and am , stfp^ pdrtlng a wife, -five children, the oldest of which fa U years. Thai I have purchased twenty 'acres of -land In Cresco ,toWnshfp f ' (Mte m% south THIS IS THE YEAR TO ATTEND summer school. Wm success while others .take vacations. Write Hamilton College, Mason City, Iowa, for interesting book, "Moving Your Future Forward." 27u36-37 JOHN DOITAEDSWJr AJT0 HIS ALL Stars, will open the baseball season at Hand's Park, Fairmont, Minn., Sunday, May 33; ' ptnyfhg against Corwtth, Iowa. If yon tike first-class baseball attend' tft* games at Hand's Park this summer. Admission 45c, grandstand, free-.. 44u36 while there were "no bank failures during my opponent's services In this office over the period covered. I am now serving my second term. gjNfc.ttbon which fldH, That tny work "in 7 "I hM absolutely prevent"" 16 going out in the ri 6 iS? w v the people, and 1 -~ •• nc Ing toy campaign utnns of the Candidate for the O fti w jl ; ot the District Coun ' 'to the Will of tl, 8 ' , Kossuth county TIRE FACTORIES AND titdrs are groggy trying fol HoW we can sell all 3 lines V pride of 1.—Gamble stores For Service 1 ' ^ Rugs-Drapes-Curt; ; , Cleaned right here at home HATS CLEAIED AHD REBLOCKEO It's Odorless, Stalniem* CWwfeM, and Non-Explosl BERLOU Clothing, Rugs* Draperies, Upholstered - Furniture, Pianos, Furs, etc. Mothproof For Life -' Your furs, woolens* blankets, feathers, draperies, overstuffed furniture, all can and shouldl mothproofed for life by this quick, simple, econon method. • , ' Prompt service — Right prices! ' * i Modern Dry Cleanei • PHONE 557 THIS IS A SMALL AD — The — NOTICE OF PROBATE OF Will No.. 3S2L State of. Iowa,' Koaeuth county, sa. 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 laat Will and Testament of Elizabeth . Bowen, deceased, dated October 6, 193!t,. Savins.beenrthis day.) filed, opened and: read, the 13th day of June; 19*2, is fixed forj .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 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as amd for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 13, 1932. CLARK ORTON, Cler'i of District Court. By OLARA SCHAAP, 36-38 ' Deputy. STORE reminding yon again ;of the fact tltat THE "GLOBE" chick and growing mashes containing buttermilk and cod Urer oil are THE VEBY BEST, and so are the scratch grains, KEGFLAB OR KO COETf Our fresh fruit and grocery department Is very complete, as always— «ad .the prices ate not too high on "RICHELIEU'*' and "BABY STUART" fane) and Extra Standard Foods. We sen some cheaper onee.aUo. The best Cookies and Crackers are Iten'g "Fairy", and wh«i H comes- to Coffee we gay Halligan's Pure Quill can't be beat for 3Sc, or 3 pounds for Come and gee onr free premium with our SOe Coffee and yon will be surprised. AKRE'S Phones 990 and 291 ALffONA, IOWA IIS-South Dodge Street Begins Thursday May 19 "—» -• i • -•'•• ' • • - - i I I I -I -^^^^^ 9 ^^_^v«_^ H ^BBB^^^^ BB ^^ M ^^^p M ^ Christensen Bros. Company • • • i r J —•—-"•rf^^^^r^^z^:^^ Now Feature Their Annual Begins Thursday May 19 FOR RENT—'STRICTLY MODERN newly decorated 7-room house, garage, large garden.—Call Hodges, 356-W or 264. 17u36 CASH SPECIALS Butter Roasts Sausage -22c -12c —9c Boil Beef, 3 Ibs. - -25c Home made Bologna 17c Noodles, 2 boxes 15c , liens At hlo tic underwear, at 69o and 9Sc Peter Pans . 25c Silk Hose 19c to $1.00 Pajamas 69c House Dresses, vat dye —98c Fost color Prints, 4 yds. —55c All wool Sweaters ..J1.50 Special 'broadcloth shirts, fast color, pre-shrunk, pastel colors -—, 98c ^^^^^^^ : ' ^^^H^r ' ^^••^^ AT ¥OUB B STOBE Groceries Fresh Meats Vegetj*les Fruits Ffcrst door we»t of Swift's. Phone 245. Bigger and Better than Ever Beginning Thursday, May 19 After several month* of planning, and with the cooperation of Marshall Field & Co., Wholesalers, we are now ready to offer many attractive every-day needs that .we pro* claim to be the greatest value* anyone ever saw, A broad ttatment that we can tubftan* tiate in full measure, % ,- . - ., ^^IWMw j^HjJ^^wfll^l^B ^^^^pp^p^ljF 4p T(! w WPppfcWBSBKBP ^pv4^4NH)^p^PllVP^|MBWiHrlltK ^^ , , . . • . - . V '•--..-.', «"*v *,, * *• f ~ -

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