Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1932
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n gaielln*, W» the nil«i per gallon—not :h« eoit p«r gallon, .h«l cound. You don't need to b« Scotch to Jigur* that true coiti are altogether dependent upon the mileage secured. And, (or the average car, evory extra mile per gallon itapennyiavad. V/^'N* :^^i^jm^ ^- * .y^y/.v^f,:^^ '-< .vj, 1 \ •v . i /^, T. /t * "*". A \ ,f*. , .t «_._, _t.,_.£.ut * *i A&Ajti 1 ^ JtAtJtA <rf* •vv* AGEDIMRNE WOMAN DIES; HEART AHACK Lu Verne, July 12—Mrs. Paul Blumer mourns the loss of her motheif, Mrs. Elizabeth Emfle, 76, Who died suddenly Saturday, July 2, at the Blumer home, where she 'had lli/ed two years. Death was the result of, a heart attack. Mrs. Erorle former* ly lived at Dakota City , A and she Is survived by a son Paul there, whose wife Is known here as «Ethel Amspoker. Funeral services were held at the Hopley Funeral Home, Humboldt, last week Tuesday, with the Rev. D. Lang, Lu Verne, in charge. Mothers' Jewels Are Entertained— Last Thursday, the day for a regular missionary meeting, the-Methodist society entertained the Mothers' Jewels at the church. There were 30 children, besides a number of women. Mrs. Baddeley, the pastor's wife, had charge of the program, which consisted of songs by the group, readings, and demonstrations of the mite-bbx and the pock- etbo'ok, illustrating selfishness where the pocketbook Is the main thing In a home and generosity where the mite box is filled. The characters were Josephine Holdcroft, Marjorle and Charlene Chrlstenson, and Max- Ine and Bobby Smith. After the program there was a playtime, followed by refreshments. leaguers Off for Institute— A group of Epworth Leaguers left Monday to spend a week attending an E. L. institute at the Methudlst camp grounds at the Okobojls. Mrs. Rae Stone, Mrs. Harry Lichty, son U«f; I/WV •MjPWV, • •*•«»•• „ imrmrnrgrm** — , ^«i, ^ Big Storm atMankato irvlhgton, July 12 and his fttther-ln-tatv - Elmer Dole John Schumacher, of Bancroft, spent Saturday at the Twin Cities on business. They reported some difficulty hear Mankato when they returned home Saturday night because of trees and other debris which the heavy windstorm had tossed In the road, delay- Ing traffic. The windstorm flat- tended corn arid oats, blew- down several silos, and , damaged other structures. Loli Dnenger Ift Brought. Home— .. Lois, 4-year-old daughter of the Ben Dwengers, who has been In the Kossuth hospital for a month suffering from a broken leg, was able to return home SundayV J The broken bone, which has been kept In place most of the time by sand bags, is" now in a splint, and^she will have to remain In bed for a/week or . two more. Los suffered from a short spell of indgestlon while in the hospital. mill* on his farrn near Luana. manufactures wagon repairs, Wagon Manufacturer In Visit— , Alnsworth Powell, Luana, spent Thursday night with the O. 'L. Millers. He Is a cousin'of Mr. Miller and owns and operates a large saw- He In-. eluding doubletrees, neckyokes, and tongues. He also makes truck boxes. Mr. Powell had a truckful of repairs with him and was delivering and taking orders. Accidental Death Reported- It is reported that Mrs. ' George Spurgeon, International .Falls, Minn., recently died of pneumonia. George spent socially, and a two'courae luncheon was served. • The Henry. Scheppmans artd Minnie "ScheppmatV who Is etriployed near Fenton, were Sunday visitors at Ben Schmidt's in Letts Creek. Camilla, 4 small daughter of Mr, and MM. V. B. Frankl, la spending a feW days with her grandmother, Mrs. Pat Mulligan at Bancroft. Ralph • Lemkee, Vern Chrlstl, and Lawrence Miller drove to Amboy Sunday'in Ralph's car, and spent the day at Charles Bennett's. The Missionary society, which was to have met Friday afternoon, has been postponed till next week Friday. Mivartd Mrs. P. W. Grebe and the Henry LofIngs were Sunday guests at A. McLean's. Max .Bartholomew, Algona, recently spent a few days with his cousin Betty Mae \Hller. Aid will meet this,Thursday at the Annex. Mrs. M. L. Roney and Inez Rohey will be hostesses. • Mr. and Mrs. Mike Leners^re ported to be the parents of'a boy, born last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz were Sunday guests at Howard Shore's at Brltt. The L, C, Schichtls, Algona, moved to Irvlngton and took possession of the Roy Ely the 'house Friday. Dick and Bob Watson spent a few days last week at Clear Lake. . : ;: 4 ' ' . brodj.Bite!DV*»«#i ic» Ofcres, WesWy; Sdna Tnomanri, ... --„ - Cfarfleld; Lucill* Ahdersort McGregor, Swea. STATE FAIR BABY CBfltST Des Molnes, JulyJ-State fair ot* flcials have announced the entry of jaquellne Ann, 22-months daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Loren J. Brown, south of Algona, In a statewide baby health contest at this years fair, August 24-September 2. She will be in a'class for rural babies and will compete for more than $600 In trophies, loving cups, and similar awards and for the honor of being chosen Iowa's healthiest baby. Nearly 500 boys and girls 12 to 16 months will be entered. Classes are provided for city, town,, and rural babies, with sweepstakes In each class, In addition to a, general sweepstake for the healthiest boy artd healthiest girl in the state, Any parent desiring to enter a #*J Bu^lKilttllclfe^lo,,-.--, irr -i-,--. —j Wfc3[to» M&n^lnWtiin'a/Jon? .««* S.Vdny or-'jrfuiy,;:,11*12,' at the east-floof of the 1 courthouse in Ai«6nMn Kdaltith couhly 1 , fbwa, at the hdtif oi 10 o'clock H. fn,, of Said datf, when and wheif* due attendan^* Will D* *iV«tt by th* ttnd6fttene& ' Datfcd thte 80th dAy bit June, IMS. ,» .'"'" / ,-li. Bi.HOVEY, Sheriff of kossuth county, loWa, By Everett L. Harris, Deputy, frank S. tdvrten, ' < ' ' Plaintiff's, Attorney. > ( 48-44 NOTICE TO THE5 DEPOSITORS,* CREDI TORS, AND MA, PERSONS IN- TEHESTED IN THE MATTER OF THE RfccKlVERBtt'lP, OF THE kOSSUTM,COUNT* 1 STATE ., BANK, ALGONA, IOWA! Yiu and each of you arft hereby notified that there Is noyir on file in tlie office of the Clerk 'Of the, Dls- tvlct Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of I* 'A. Andrew, Receiver Of the said Kosauth County State Bank, praying that an order B. Quarton QUAllTON ft baby, may obtain blanks-by wrltlng.be entered herein ' authorizing and Today, when economizing is so important, thrifty car owners everywhere are checking their gasolines for mileage. That's why DIAMOND in the 1932 favorite, as tests and experience have proved that it actually delivers more miles per gallon—more mileu per dollar. In addition to greater mileage, DIAMOND gives power, speed, quick- starting, and is high in anti-knock rating. DIAMOND is a big value—try it! MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATIOiN Harold, Helen Kuebler, Bertha Bow- [ Is an uncle o£ "Robert Spurgeon man, Fern Barton, Yulahmae Mur-'" ray, Mary MeClellan, Betty Holdcroft, Forrest Raney, the Rev. and Mrs. Baddeley, and their son Wesley. This week Tuesday night Helen Kuebler was to -take part in a Bible story-telling contest. The Institute will continue till Sunday afternoon. Corwlth ie'agiiers Conduct Services Young people o£ the Corwith Epworth League chapter .conducted live In the house across from the here. A. cousin of Robert, Marion Kretzlnger, 22, Britton, S. D., was recently killed with a spreader. The details of the accident ' are not known here. ' Erroneous .Keport Corrected—The report that Russell Maxwells had moved Into Algona was not correct. They plan to .move to Algona in the near future, and will services at the local Methodist church Sunday night. The program dealt with phases of the Christian life of George Washington. There was music by a male quartet and a mixed trio, with a saxophone-cornet duet. There will be nothing at the Methodist church except Sunday school next Sunday. creamery belonging to Mrs. Hutchison. Russell is employed at the Standard Oil station Instead of the Skelly. 34 CLUB GIRLS WRITE PERFECT MUSIC PAPERS Perfect papers in the Kossuth 4-H Music Contest on Rally day, June 14, were, turned In. by 34 club -girls, Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, county H. D. A. reports. This was an unlocked for record, for the contest was difficult. Last year only three girls made 100 per cent in the county contest. The Fenton Forwards had nine girls scoring 100 per cent among 17 A. R. Corey, secretary, Des'Moines, WESLEY PICNICKERS FIND EVIDENCE OF BI6 STORM 'Wesley, July 12—The Tom Nelsons Sunday joined a picnic party' ~~ tea ; w hlch real estate is subject to consisting of the families of Stand-1 pr j ol . mortgages In the amount'spec- ard Oil agents. Others attending lfle( j , n ggM application, were the Hackbarths, Corwith, the Emkes, Brltt, the Carl Klelsts, Titonka, and the Lyman Eads Spirit Lake. The picnic was held at Ter- directing said receiver] In consideration of the sum set out In said application, to compromise and settle claims of said trust against one Henry J. R. Kuhlmann and wife, and to satisfy of record certain real estate mortgages securing said Evangelical Ball Team Wins— Members and friends of the Evangelical church had a picnic at Fritz Merkle's last week Monday. They organized an impromptu ball team and played at a Methodist picnic at Alexander, winning, 3-2. In another game, here last Thursday evening, they won again, 8-5. Lutheran Aid Meets Thursday— Mrs. Charles Goetsch was hostess to the Lutheran Aid in the church basement last Thursday. There was a good attendance, and the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Goetsch was assisted in serving by Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Mrs. F. H. Hintz. Xorma Harness Seriously Burned— Word was recently received -here that Esther Norma, daughter of the- Charles Harnesses, Oakes, N. D., is suffering from severe burns on her back. Esther has been in a hospital for five months as a result of the burns, and will have to remain Definitely. No details of the accl- ent were given. writing; the Portland Peppy also had nine perfect papers; Pals the a M AT TACr save the Dollars to buy other things • MODEL IS—With tub of Platinum Gray Porcelain-on-slccl—on nutating taltu at the fraent low trie*. Koonces Expected for Sunday— The Rev. A. J. Koonce and life family were expected to leave • New Castle, Pa., for home Tuesday, and regular services will be resumed' in the local Presbyterian church next Sunday. Potter-Brink Family Reunion- There were 42 at a Potter-Brink family reunion Sunday at Lee Potter's, near Renwick. The W. -H and De Rae Godfreys, William Biging, Dean Biging, and the Castle mans attended. Son Is Born for Frels— Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Frel, Rein beck, are parents of a son, born Sat urday at a Waterloo hospital, th second child. Mrs. (Frel was Haze Raney. Good Will Club Meets Today— The Good Will club will meet thl week Thursday at Mrs. Jos. Wad leigh's; Mrs. Paul Blumer, asslstin hostess. Other In Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith, daugh ter Mary Ann, and Fern Allen, all o Minneapolis, spent the week-end the Fourth at H. C. Allen's. Jim mle, the Smiths' 10-year-old son, spending a couple of weeks at a Y. M. C. A. boys' camp 200 miles north of Minneapolis. Mr. Smith and Mr. Allen drove to Iowa Falls last week Monday to visit relatives. The Don Lichtys left last week armors Begin Harvesting— Many farmers here started har- esting the latter part of last week. 3eneral reports on the small grain re good because of the cool weath- r and abundant rainfall. ntertatn at State Park- Elsie and Ernest Egel, Florence Black and Oran Hudson entertained 0 friends in the shelter house at he Call state park Friday evening. And also asking that said receiver be authorized to cancel and release of record the mortgages described in 'said application executed race Park, OkoboJI. Members of by gal(J Henry J. R. Kuhlmann and the party were saddened by evidences of the severe storm Saturday night, shown by ruined fields, fields of small grain corn- Irom which the kernels had been stripped, uprooted trees, etc. Social Tomorrow Nlglit— Aid will hold a home-made ice cream and pie social'Friday evening Irvington Wide Awakes had seven; the Harrison Healty Hustlers, four; the Wesley Willing Workers, a small club, three; and the Lu Verne Loyal Wofkers, two Following: is the filial list of 4-H club girls who had perfect scores: Frederlca Girres, Esther Neuroth, Helen Franzen, Wesley; Virginia Frank, Ella Dreyer, Alvina Dreyer Maxlne Weisbrod, Donna Jean Bailey, Ardis Voight, Alice Dreyer, Margaret Stephenson, Lorena Dreyer, Fenton; Georgia Ann Geigel, Mary H. Black, Lucile Black, Buena Raney, Norma ORaney, Roberta Skilling, Irene Capeslus, Irvington; Helen. 'Poole, Harriet Poole, Darlene KTesTer,. Ardella Hovey, Harrison; Cordelia Ristau, Bernadell Ristau, Ada Schrwietert, Lillian Godfredsen, Elda Jandl, Blanche MoFarland, Lois Graham, Pearl Woltz, Darlene Stott, G-retchen McFarland, Marian Bernhard, Portland. lir the final check-up In the Pic- CULTIVATOR SHOVEL CUTS GASH INJHJRT BOY'S HEAD Leo-yarn", July 12—Last Thursday Melvfir, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch, narrowly escaped death-.. He was back of horses hitched to a cultivator when the team took fright and started to run away. A shovel struck his head and made nn ugly scalp wound which It took 14 stitches. to sew UT>- Doctor Devine, Bancroft, is caring for him. » Phone Poles Down. Wesley, July 12—In a windstorm here Saturday night, large limbs, trees, and telephone poles were blown clown, but no serious damage has been reported. Offlce In Quinby Bun, Phono 180 LEGAL NOTICES;] • MODEL k—aaytaf'i finest. Oter- liu, tyuare, cast-aluminum tut — RoUtr Waltr Remoter—lifetime quality in mmy WASHERS Figure It out for yourself. You know -what you are now paying for the family washing every week. Multiply that by 52 and see if it wouldn't come pretty near paying for a Maytag. And if a Maytag will buy itself in a year—think of the other things you can buy with those weekly savings through the years the Maytag will continue to economize for you. That's why the Maytag is the economy washer. It is designed and built to give you more year* of dependable, free- from-trouble, economical service. Come in and see the Maytag. The Maytag Company Manufacturer* Newton, Iowa Founded 1893 'ermaiiuiii jXurlliwesieru factory Braucli, Maytag Building—516 Washington Ave. North, Minneapolis, Minn. TABLE IRONER Wednesday for their home at Chica- so, and Mrs. Maurice O'Connell, her children, and Alice Ellis, who had been at the Wm. Ellis home a month, accompanied them as far as their home at Lombard, 111. The Chas. Wains, Clarksville, were guests of local friends last week Tuesday. Mr. Wain formerly worked at the Lu Verne State bank. They were en route home from a reginnlng at 8. Fifteen cents will | be charged. ' Other Irvington News. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wllhelmi, of Bancroft, are parents of a 10-lb. boy iorn last week Wednesday. The Wll- Jielmis also have two girls. Mrs. V. J. Sehichtl, who had been with Mrs. Wilhelmi for several days, returned home" Friday, and Mrs. L. C. Sehichtl 'went immediately to Bancroft to be with the Wilhelmis for several days. Mrs. Ed Dltsworth, of near Burt, former Irvlngtonlan, left July 5 for Antioch, illl., the home of her father, Mr. Sehiltz. She planned to return hqme early this week bringing her father with her. Mr.,Sohlltz, who lost his wife a few years ago, and who is in ill health, plans to make his future home with the Dits- worths. The 'Rev. A. English preached! Sunday on the Three Resurrections, He read 1st Corinthians, • 15, and part of 1st Thessalonians 4. The special number was a solo. The Holy City, by Austin Summers, accompanied by Mrs. Casey 'Loss. Another surprise has been planned for next Sunday. Minnie Scheppman, employed at the Edward Schlel home, near Fenton, spent a few days last week with her parents. Henry Scheppman Jr., who is employed at the Ben Bahling ture Memory contest it was found girls wrote 100 per cent pa- The Burt Lively League club JSOT1CE 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 14th day of June, 1932 in favor wife, and to cancel and surrender to the said Kuhlmann the, notes se.- cured by said mortgages, In consideration of certain payments to be made, as set out In said application. That on the 9th day of July, 1932, an order was made by Hon. F. C. Davidson, Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial .District of Iowa, fixing the 20th day of July. 1932, at two o'clock, p. m., at the Court House in' Algona, Iowa, as,the time and place of henring'on the application'of the receiver, iss above specified.: •'•''.'''" And you are further notified' that unt?ss you,appear and show cause, if any there, be, why said order should not be entered'as prayed in said application, an order of: Court will be macte authorizing and direct- Ing said receiver !n consideration of the payment of said sums: named in said application, to cancel and satisfy the promissory notes described in application and to satisfy and surrender the mortgages securing the sahie, and to execute and file In the- office of the County Recorder of Kossuth county, Iowa, proper releases and satisfaction of said-mortgages. All in accordance with the application heretofore described. :..Dated! at Algona, Iowa,'this llth day of July, 1932. •.', ; " ' L. A. ANDREW, Receiver of the Kossuth County 14 State iBank, Algona, Iowa. Office over Iowa Phone 206. Office over Iowa State 'Phones: Office, 460-J- DOCTORS , Dru .Office OVPT • Off icp nflon( , vf .T. Kenefick. \T. D., n» t r.M Kenefick. M. D., of Central Life Assurance (Mutual) as pl'aih-tuT, and that pers. led with, 13, and three clubs, the Portland Peppy Pals, the Fenton Forwards, and the 'Riverdale Lone Eagles, tied for second place wfth 11 each. The Lu Verne Loyal Workers were high with eight perfect papers; the Irvington Wide Awakes had nine 100 per cemit papers; the Elite club, Plum Creek, four; the Swea Spirit of Service club, two; the German Golden Glees, six; the Buffalo Busy Bees, one; the Ledyard Loyal Laborers, three; the Harrison Healthy Hustlers, five; the Union Aletheans, six; the Garfleld Gleaners, three; the Wesley .Willing Workers, five; the Grant Peppy Workers, one. Girls scoring 10 ( 0 per cent were: Ida Mae Gardner, Madeline Paetz, Frieda Paetz, Helen Paetz, Plum Creek; Margaret Stephenson, Maxne Weisbrod, Donna Jean Bailey, Jernice Kramer, Ruth Glaus, : ladys 'Stoeber, Fenton; Marie Bahl- ng, Dorothy Brooke, Cleo Hobson, ladys Blerstedt, Dorothy Blerstedt, Rae Koestler, Burt; Zola Christie, Irani; June Boleneus, Edna Mae picktelg, Helen Franzen, Esther ^euroth, Wesley; Ardis Voight, jorena Dreyer, Fenton, Vergie Kardoes, Sena Tjaden, Di- Society against Ole Hagbert Olson and Carrie Olson, as defendants; for the sum of Four Thousand Four Hundred Eighty- nine and 74/100 ($4489.74) Dollars and costs, taxed 1 at Thirty-two and 65/100 ($32.65) 'Dollars and accruing 1 costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the -property of the said Ole Hagbert Olson and Carrie Olson, C, Johan Anderson, .Floyd Olson and Mrs. Floyd Olson to satisfy said execution, towit: The- Eaat SScty-five (65) rods of the ISbct&west'Quarter (NWVi) of Section Seven (7), Township Ninetynine (99), Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the iFlfth P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, containing Slxty- NOTICE OF INCORPORATION To Whom It May Concern: ; Notice Is hereby given that the Algona Co-operative Creamery. Company has renewed and extended its articles of incorporation for another f. If. Physician an'' Simeon Office in .Tnhn Oiforaith g •Phones: Office, 310' re / \lpona • P. V. JAXSB, JT. 1 Pliyslclnn mid gnn Office on South Dodge ' . Phones: Office. 666;' realdn Algona, Iowa < twenty- from and beginning 1 WAT/TEH FIIASKR, 1. Physlcinn and Surfteonl Office in Quinby Blag,, 1 Phone No. 12 WET-YTN G. Physician and 'Office In Postofflce Phones: Office, 197; resl W. B. ANDREWS, R« Osteopathlc Physician and I Located over Hub Btnard! Phones: Office 187,R«.i R. A. EVANS, M. I. : Over Borchardt Drug Phones: Residence 312, : Algona, Towa. farm, near Burt, is also enjoying a few days at home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lovell, Esmond, S. D., visited at A. McLean's last Thursday. They were en route home after'spending two weeks with Mrs. Lovell's father, Wm. McCluskey, MHchellville. Mrs. Lovell is a niece of Mrs. McLean. Hazel Dutton arrived at George visit with daughters at Harcourt and Palmer. Walter Tiede took his sister, Mrs. George Lothringer, and her children to their home at Davenport Tuesday. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer accompanied them to spend so^ne time visiting at and near Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sanders, a son, and Mrs. Tliddle spent last week in northern Minnesota. Florence Ramus worked- at the telephone office during Mrs. Sanders' absence. The M. Wiltgens, of Bode, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wlltgen's mother, Mrs. W. Wiesenburg. The Clarence Jergensons, Corwith, visited the parental Fred "Wolfs. Jeanne and Ivan Jennings went BJUSTROM'S 213 East State Street Phone 520 i AMY MArtAO MAX it HAD EQUIPPED WITH OASODNl 92 Brings the Advance 1 Year to Boone with guests who were here for the Fourth. They were also to visit at Luther before coming home. Mrs. James Johnson and Armintha spent last week at Ray Merrill's, Waterloo. Gwenetha Jones accompanied the George Hamlltons to their home at Ottumwa last week Wednesday. Flora and Ellis Mason, Toledo, O. ( are making an extended visit at their cousin W. B. Mason's. The Glen Godfreys, Fort Dodge, visited' relatives here early in 'the week, Mrs. Marx Schwyter has gone to Chicago to visit friends. •Stewart's July 2 and stayed until after July 4 with her chum, Leona 'Stewart. Leona then went to Algona and spent the remainder of the week with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Bob Stewart. The Delbert Vogels, Burt, and thi O. E. Hotts, of near Doan, and Mr .and Mrs. Elmer Hott, of Davenport were Sunday callers at the O. L Miller and Forbus Stiltz's. Th Messrs. 'Hotts are uncles of Forbus Mr. and Mrs. Wlllai'd Gregson ant Audrey Fry, Algona, and Mr. an Mrs. Alvin Weber and Edna Jordan visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs Forbus Stiltz in honor of Mrs Stiltz's birthday. Mrs- George Scuffham entertained the Larkin club last week Wednesday, 25 present. The afternoon was five and (65) acres more •I will proceed to or less: sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to eatlsfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at pubHfe auction, to the highest bidder, for cash. In hand, on the 29th day of July, 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 eaid day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 29th day of June, 1932 L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy Carr and Shepherd, na Ruth Kardoes, Barton, Eleanor German; IntermiU Bernice Plaintiff's Attorneys. 43-4 Dodds, Carmel Elbert, Frances Win- eel, Alice Payne, Eleanor Payne, Fern Glsch, Union; Louise Simmons, Harriet Erickson Darlene Kesler, Bernice Smith, Harrison; Helen Poole, Harrison. Darlene Stott, Lucille Watson, Alice Esarey, Elda Dettman, Lois Graham, Bernice Larson, Ada Schwletert, Lillian Godfredsen, Blanche McFarland, Gretchen McFarland, lona Godfredsen, Portland ; Ilda Patterson, Delysha Hal- rud, Albertha Boldrldge, Vergie Halsrud, Rosetta Barker, iLucllle Halsrud, Virginia Schoby, Annetta Karels, Kathryn Schoby, Agnes Karels, Elizabeth Leners, Riverdale. iLorralne Kollasch, June Bierle, Katherine Stebritz, Beada Kollasch, Margaret Laabs, Evelyn Blerstedt; Genevleve Patterson, Burt; Lucile Black, 'Rachel Becker, Eleanor Jenkins, Georgia Anne Geigel, Roberta 'Skilling, Norma Raney, Irene Ca- peslus, Buena Raney, Mary Black, Irvington. Elsie Hunt, Betty Masterson, Eileen Neal, Benona Neal, Ruth Neal, April 15th, A. D. 1932. The name of the said corporation Is "ATgona Co-operative . Creamery Company," and its principal place of tuslness is Algona, Iowa. . • The general nature of the business to be transacted by said, corporation Is: To collect and manu- acture into butter and' cheese the mUk belonging to the subscribers to ts capital stock, to purchase and manufacture milk, cream, and other dairy products, eggs and poultry,' ind sell the same; and buy, y>wn, sen, rent, lease, convey, and' mortgage real estate, and land and may put in and run for profit and benefit of Its stockholders, a feed grinder and feed mill and laundry with machinery necessary to run ttie same, and to do whatsoever in the judgment of the Directors may be necessary to make the aforesaid business successful. The authorized capital stock authorized by this corporation la Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00), divided into 250 shares ot One Hundred Dollars (I10Q.OO); each; with 96 shares actually paid up in cash; additional shares may be issued and sold • upon resolution, and in the discretion of the Board of Directors. The time of DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSO,K; Dentist, ' Gas and novocaine used traction. Located over Christenseii f Phones: Business 166, i ' : Algona, VETERIMBIASSI 1. W. FOX J. B. WISKE1 1 Veterinarians West State Street, ^ Phones: Office, 475-W.; BUILDING CONTBAC COWAIf A '.-,. General Contractors Estimates t Phones: Business, 63i)-j!_ MACHINIST] commencement of NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by vlr tue of a Special Execution In At tachment directed to me from th Clerk of the District Court of Koa suth county, Iowa, on a judgmen rendered in said Court on the 12th day of April, 1832, in favor of Mary M. DeVine, M. Nellie DeVine, R e - gina DeVine, C. V. DeVine, W. B. DeVine and L. A. DeVine, as plaintiff, and against Henry Hoffert and Etta Hoffert, as defendants, for the sum of Eight Hundred Twenty-^Six and no/100 ($826.00) Dollars and costs, taxed at Sixty-two and 25/100 ($62.25) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described personal property as the property of the said Henry Hoffert and Etta Hoffert to satisfy said execution, to-wit: About 200 bushels of yellow ear corn in outside wire crib size 4% feet high by 12 feet wide, also about 200 bushels of yellow ear corn In wire crib size 4% feet high by 10 feet wide, a)l corn in corn crib size 32 feet long by about 15 feet high toeing about 1500 bushels more or less, all above property now lo- Cora Mae Masterson, Roberta Mas- cated on the West Half of Section Thirty-three (33), in Sherman Town* NORTON MACHINE Machinists and w Service Stock . Piston Rings, Pins, ana I West of Courthouse INSURANCE business under these renewed articles of incorporation is April 15th, 1932, and it shall terminate twenty years from that.date. The affairs of said corporation shall be managed by a Board of W.ve directors, who shall serve untl} their successors are elected and qualified;; the term of office for each director shall be three years', U a -vacancy occurs in the Board of Directors the same shall be filled by the remaining directors, and a director so elected shall hold his office until tb,e next annual election. Any three members of the Board *of Director* shall constitute a quorum. The officers of the corporation shall be a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, and such other officers as to the iBoardj of rectors shall seem necessary, all to be elected a-nd appointed by the Board of Directors. The Treas,ure,E shall not be a member of the Board of Directors.- The private property of the holders is, and shall be, exempt r ,from corporate debts. " ALGONA CO-OiPERlATiyB DREAMERY COMPANY, By A, J, KEEN, President, Attest: M. p. Christiansen. Secretary. 4SJ-45 INSURANCE AS80CI Over »15,000,000 worth ol ln force. teoure, A home j. 0. Pa«on,i CJlty Property Loan* Insurance. Real CUNNINGHAM * 1 107 W, State JOE New and"uaed A«w Tires ana Accee Hides, Fur and H.W.POi Pray and f r*W STORAGEOFJUII Distance Every load agftinst loss an |e of all kinds, ,ed to do aU ,uUng and HAVE US ADDRESSQGBAKB your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told tram type- ^^^^^^^,. ^^^^^&^~ ^i^^^v w^^^w ^^^^^^v^^^p^^ ^^^^^p^p^^^pi ^Hmip ^mi ^(^^HB«r »M+MMM»»»m •••••••• ' : rep^r screen old or THOfiPE WQ<P »»OJf MIMEOGR* APV;

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