Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1932 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 4, 1932
Page 6
Start Free Trial

«-»' "• »«f "• , . I -i ,* >.n Laird & McCullough AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY AND SIGHT Phone 521 Algona, Iowa "The Patron Fixes the Price" '.- V '.'XV ^^ ' '" J V'Aix^^»&;J^«ftff^ - t i"< i, ,i¥. >.,^va.t ^ v * ' -"• V ^ J iA^< '^jM^ii^^^S^'^iSS^BlSl^i^ \ . :- '...>.,.. A .ffiVJaCOWj^^ Receiver's Public Sale To be. held in the court room of the Kossuth county court'house at 2 o'clock p. m., ou Tuesday, August 9th, 1932 at which time and place L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as -Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, will sell to the highest bidder therefor, the following described property, to-wit: Lot Six'(6), in Block Twenty-two (22), in the Original Plat, Algona, Iowa, being what is known as the Bowles-Kessler Building ' •: .'!''!'*'' '• property on East State Street, occupied by the AlgOJia .Flour and Feed Store and Spencer 'ChiGk Hatchery. For terms and further particulars see Examiner in Charge before date of sale. L. A. ANDREW, Receiver of Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. By HARRY V. HULL, Examiner in Charge. SWEACITYAN IS NEW PASTOR IN MINNESOTA Swea City, Aug. 2—The Rev. Clifford MoAnlnch, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. William McAr.lnch, and his wife, formerly Bernlce Evans, are Visit- Ing hero, and from Swea City will Ko to StlUwater, Minn., where Clifford will be pastor of the .First Baptist church. Till four years ago he was a clerk in the First.National bank here, now closed. 'Then he competitors through Its dental first .went to Chicago, where he entered a aid, public speakers, and child wel: Baptist theological seminary, from £are work, peeorah won first and which he 'was. graduated last June. 'Spencer second.. Tltonka Is pafdon- IHIs wife, a daughter of Mr. andi ably Proud of this accomplishment. Mrs. Samuel Evans, was graduated Only tllree reports are chosen from from the Swea City high school and 1 tne 513 '"nits In the state, and these then studied at the Minnesota state >are sent to national headquarters to she ; compete for higher honors. Tl- her tonka's population is only 43S, mak- w tth mg the honor doubly hard to \vln. Titonka <Aux> Thir State Unit Activities Tltonka, Aug. 2"-The local Le^ gl&h Auxiliary received word ironi the department,unit activities chair* ftmn, Of Cedar Fails, that the unit had won third In unit, activities In the state on the annual report and story of last; year, Mrs. Dubbert, the chairman, congratulated the unit on Its splendid work, saying there were so many fine reports that It Was Very difficult to Judge. The Tltonka unit won over nearest university till her marriage, intended the Seminary with hvsband and was graduated him. Imboilys Visit Local Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Imbody vis-' ited the former's,grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Barger, and aunt, Mrs. McCrary, last week. Gerald has been Voting Farmer's Car Burns- Evert Post had the misfortune to lose his car by fire Sunday morning while he and his family were attending church. Mr. Post is an industrious young farmer* Hying ™ " • ~' «» ^^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^••^•••••^•^•••••^^^•^•^^^^^•^^^•^ Royal Lemon Washing Powder Regular Price 25c a Package SPECIAL-Two Packages For 25 cents M1MQUVE SOAP GIANT SIZf CRYSTAL WHITE MOE & SJOGREN Phones 246—247 Stop at Long's Food Shop FRIDAY and SATURDAY Peaches, No. 10 tins 48c Strawberries, No. 10 tins 55c Apricots, No. 10 tins 45c Red Raspberries, No. 10 43 C Red'Cherries, No. 10 tins 48 C Apples, No. 10 tins 43c Prunes, No. 10 tins 35 C PEACHES, No. 2 1-2 can ___. __20c Oxydol, large 19 C Laundry Soap, 10 bars 29 C Matches, G boxes 25 C Mil. FARMER: We want to sell you your meat for threshing. OPEN 5:30 A. M. FOR SAL,E—Five-burner Perfection Oil Range. FOR RENT—Living or office rooms. WHITE Long's Food Shop Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 Satisfied Subscriber*? principal of the Monmouth, 111., high ' northeast of town, and during the school during the last two years, 'last two years has suffered consid- from'their homes In Kansas. Bnny Bees.Sertfe Luncheon-* The Buffalo Busy Bees held a successful 'luncheon eale In the basement of the Methodist church Saturday afternoon and evening. 207-Dance tickets "Hold— Doyle Craven sold 207 tickets at the dance held at the Pannkuk coliseum Friday evening, Tltonka Loses to Bancroft— The Tltonka town team lost 8-0 to th'e Bancroft town t?am here Sunday afternoon. Other Tltonka News. Mesdames Andrew Hansen and FentOn, Aug. 2— Mrs. fiittnift Tom ^ Young were at Mason City and Clear Lake last week Wedne's- , . ry enjoyed a retihlon' and plcn!6 wlUi her/children and grandchildren at West Berid Sunday. In attendance were the R. M. Currys, of Lamar, Colo., their daughter, 'Mrs, Charles Kingston, attd children" Charles Jr. and Normft Jean, the Verner Nelsons, of Omaha, the B. x l». Bakers, of Armstrong, the ! F. J< Welebrods, B. P. Newels, and Cttadys Stoeber, This Is the first time Mrs, Curry has seen her son from Colorado for 20 years. Fonton Forwards Club Meets— .The 'Fewton Forward girls' 4-H club met with Verabell Ulfera last' C.-C. , ftf iBfef Moln**, Is hit. - Wthfr, Jacob 2!w*lfei; e thrwhlng rie«wn, '"' ' . I Charles :! Welsbrod was , host,* eft* to her 'sewing; club Wednesday,; afternoon, " Week »0"rioVatt ttWwttt,' of. Esther* vllle, lipent'Sunday 1 at, the i parental Charles Glaus hofne. , ' , V - i - •»•»• LEGAL NOTICES day, They were joined at Mason ^ Wednesday, with 18 members, NOTICE OF PltOHATB OF WILL • , No. 38<3. ^ State of towa, KossUth county, ss In District Court 'March t4rm, • 1931 To Ail Whom It' Kiay Concern: ' You' are hereby notified, thfit an Instrument-of Writing purporting to City by the Ernest Hansens, who thrt , e vl g ltorg and the H. D. A., Mrs. J be the last will a'nd Testament of have a cottage at Clear Lake. Muriel Leavertoh, of Algona, pres- ' Augusta Ristau, deceased,, dated The Oley Mlchelsons, of Thomp- ent Rol , ^jj was arrangement of February 28, 1932, having been (Mison, came Friday to attend the Sam ( closetSi Leona Borchardt and Vir- 1 aay filed, opened and read, the loth Reynolds funeral. The Reynolds gm , a Fmnk gave a demonstration' day of August, 1932, ' is fixed for and Michaelsons .were neighbors practlce O n reflnlshing old furniture.! hearing 'proof of same at'the' Court while farming In Wisconsin several Part of t j, e ; pros ram was omitted years ago. • „, I because of lack of materials. Health • Ernest Peterson, who has been i» gnmes we re: played under the dlrec- first with an attack of flu, followed tj(m of Bern | ce Kramer. Marlys'Jen- House in Algona, Towa, before District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court, .and at -11 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, Mrs. Imbody went from here to visit | erable hard luck through Illness .in' by a case of the mumps,-was able. gen of Fort Dodge> June Hudson, of all persons Interested are hereby no her parents at Inwood, while Gerald _ his family, and the. loss 'of his ca<r to be up town last week,'but is still \^r es ] e y an( j Elsie Bleckwenn were unable to carry any of his work on g ues (. g '„{ the cliib. * the farm'." ' . | '•' • —— • Mrs. W. J. Denton returned last OIr , i,, d | an club Meets— j went to Iowa City to complete stud- at this time Is .a decided hardship. ies for a master's degree. ' Attending Legion Convention^ Kclseys leave for Boone— The J. L. Kelseys are moving to Boone, where they own a home. Mr. Kelsey operated a pool hall here,till H. Rex Austin, commander, Nate Walsh, adjutant, and Alfred Oesterreicher are delegates attending the iLegion state convention at Fort week .Wednesday evening from Mor-j Mary Jane Elg i e r was hostess to rls, Minn., where she and her sister tlfied and required 'to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said Instrument,' should not be probated and allowed as a»d for the recently, and, besides, h e and his Dodge this week. Several other Le- parents operated a chicken, turkey, gionnatres and Auxiliary members and-goose ranch on an acreage £r0 m Titonka are also -planning to owned by Mrs. Nels Anderson. The' attend. « „ poultry, except 100 half-grown turkeys, which are being taken to Boone, was sold. Thursday Club Plans Clifford Johnson Babe Dies- Mr, and .Mrs. mourn the loss Clifford Johnson Of their seven- me^g aT The "^V^t' "*™ ° V!="!J™ £ !^ Thursday, to decide on the^ program of study for next year. Each member is to choose the subject for her meeting, and an assisting hostess will be assigned by the program committee, of which Mrs. Opal Carlson is chairman. Home from Florida Funeral- Freeman Carman and the Albln Petersons drove to Gowrie Sunday to meet Mrs. Gorman and bring her home. S-he came from Pensacola, Fla., where she attended the funeral of her brother, Frank Johnson. She was accompanied to Florida by another brother, who lives at well City. 'Rock- Former Hobarton Girl Ten — Mrs. James Elder entertained Saturday in honor of her daughter Irene's tenth birthday. Guests were Hovey, Marian Thomson, Marjorie Pearson, Bertha Mae Kluger, Irene Peterson, and Irene Blomster. Violet and ;Pearl Berggren, Marian Three Leave for C. ST. T. C.— Everell Kulander,. Clarence Roba, and Kenneth Erickson went to Des Moines Monday for a month's training in a citizens military training camp at Camp Dodge. 'Mrs. Roba and Mrs. Kulander accompanied them. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. William Warburton are guests of the former's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Samuel Warburton, and from here will go to Topeka, Kas., and the junior Mrs. Warburton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gilmore, will accompany them on a tour to Colorado and points west. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. -M. Edison, of Des Moines, have been visiting the T. F. Johnsons. The visiting Mr. Johnso'n is T. 'F.'s brother, and Mrs. Edison is a niece. Darwin Hanifan drove to Iowa City one day last week to visit his mother, a patient in the "U" hospital there. Mrs, Hanifan is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, with Mr. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Anna Swanson, spent the week-end with relatives at Sheldahl and Madrid. Mrs. Harry Edwards, Algona, and her sons visited the Tom Hanifan and Charles Edwards families last week. trouble. iFuneral services were held from the ' home Sunday afternoon, with burial services at.Weeiey. Two Families Exchange Homes— The Dr. W. F. Hamstreets moved Friday Into their new home, recently purchased from Gilbert Nelson. The Nelson family moved Into the Hamstreet property. It is reported that the Nelson family will farm next year. Auxiliary Meeting- Postponed— The Radio party and work meeting of the Legion Auxiliary which ivas planned for Friday afternoon at Julie and Nellie Nelson's was postponed because of the Reynolds funeral till this week Friday afternoon. Kansas Guests at Wolfe's— Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe is entertaining as house guests this week a -sister who is a teacher, and a niece 'and her husband, all of whom drove Mrs.' Ernest Wilson, of Orlando, 'Fla., visited their brother, Ben H. Winter. \ 'Coach Dunmlre and family, accompanied by ;Mrsi Mary Oester- relchSrT~came home from Cedar Falls to spend the week-end, returning Sunday evening. Clalr Helfner is taking a two weeks vacation from his duties In the WHson cafe, and his place • is being taken by a .brother of Mr. Wilson from Algona. Donald Wood; son of Mr. and ' Mrs. John Wood, Is seriously ill at the "home of his parents with typhoid -fever. Mrs. Dick Spear, Mrs. Arend Hauken, and Mrs. .Reno Dlrkeon were business callers at Algona last Thursday. The Al-Falkenhalners, of Algona, accompanied by other relatives, came Sunday afternoon to y,lslt old friends. 'Mable and Bernice Tutton, of Buffalo Center, attended the Reynolds funeral Friday afternoon. last Will;and Testament of said de- the Girls' 'Indian club last week' ceased. , s Wednesday afternoon. In company | Dated at Algona, Iowa, July* 14, with her mother, the group spent 1932. CLARK ORTON; Cler'c of District Court By CLARA SCHAAP, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon ft LInnan, , Attorneys. 45-47 the afternoon at Medium Lake at Emmetsburg \vith a picnic supper and the band concert in Sthe evert- ing. Mlckllcks Home from Honeymoon- last in- The John MlckHcks came week from a honeymoon tour, The 'Robert Callies and Stockwells spent Sunday at the Lichenberger and Carter homes in Burt. eluding Pennsylvania, <Yellowstone park and the Black Hills. Mr. Micklick Is principal of schools at Lohr- vllle, and they will make their home there. Farm Bureau Meets— Mrs. A. H. Krause was hostess to the women's Farm Bureau Friday afternoon. She gave a "demonstration on refinlehing and recanlng old chairs. Fourteen were present. Doctor Sanftner loses Unclo— Martin Sanftner, of Swea City, died last week Monday after a long illness. His nephew, Dr. John Sanft- ner, of this place attended the fun- The Luther League held an ice cream social Saturday evening near the Pannkuk coliseum. The Ralph Jansens visit with their children and famil- eral Wednesday. Harold Kramer 5; Forty— Harold 'Kramer < entertained a group of friends Friday afternoon in honor of his fifth birthday anni- enjoyed a versary. ies Sunday. Mesdames Esther Askins and S. J. Denton were at Woden Saturday. St. Joe Farmer's Arm is Gashed in Thresher St. Joe, Aug. 2—Laurence Becker suffered a painful accident ' last Thursday evening while he was helping with threshing at the Orlger farm. A piece of tin had fallen into the feeder, and when he reached in to get it one of the band cutters slashed the arm between the wrist and the elbow. He was taken to A'lgona, where Doctor Janse looked after him. It was necessary to take ten stitches to close the wound. Threshing Is Almost Over— Threshing has been completed t>y some local runs. Others expect to finish this week. Still others are just beginning, especially those which have no machine and so had Cresco Mrs. E. C. Potter spent last week Wednesday at Victor Applegate's, near Corwith. Visitors Sunday at E. C. Potter's were Mr. a'nd Mrs. C. E. Olark, of Britt, Mrs. Cora Raney, and the B. H. Potter's, Algona, Ruth Batt, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter. ^ The three Misses Rahm, St. Benedict, were callers 'Friday on Mesdames Louis Germann and L. ' E. Martin. S. L. Olson, who underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital a week ago, is reported doing well. His daughter Jane left last Thursday for her home at Chicago; other daughters here were Mrs. J. Seeley, Emmetsburg, Mrs. S. L. Hershey, of Pipestone, Minn., Mrs. McAninch, and Mrs. ;Francia, Des Moines. The latter remained with her mother. Mrs. Kenneth Deakins, Hanna- foi-d, N. D., and her daughter Agatha arrived last Thursday to visit local friends. They and Mrs. F. L. Zeig-ler, with her children, visited the B. F. Hartzells at BrJtt Monday. This year's crops are good in North Dakota, Mrs. Deakins said. Harvesting had begun before she came away. She and her daughter came by auto, leaving home at 3:30 a. m. and getting here^. at 7 the same night. Mrs. John Simon was hostess to the M. & D. club last Thursday. The sum of 15 was donated to the children's home at Des Moines. Mrs. Marguerite Simon-Winandy, Chicago, and Mrs. Irene Kellershon- Hurn were club guests. Refreshments were served to 15. The next meeting is scheduled for August 11 at Mrs. W. L. Martin's, Algona. Thia will be "daughters' day," and •Mrs. 'F. L. Miller has charge of the program. Charles Winandy, .Chicago, Joined his wife and 'little son at John Simon's a week' ago. The Winandys are spending a two weeks, vacation here. G. W. Brown is about again, following an attack of the flu. Mildred, second daughter of jfr. and Mr«. W. H. Brandow, has bad a relapse. Th* Aid meets this week 4ay V tth Mr* F. L,. ion. A sister from Chicago who is visiting there.came for her. Andrew and Margaret Erpelding, accompanied by Anna Oilman, of Livermore, were at Algona last Thursday. A Mrs. Reding, Chicago, and her son are spending a few weeks with the Mike Redings and other local relatlvee. Mrs. M. Hanifan and her son Thomas went to Livermore Friday for a few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul drove to Cylinder Monday to spend the day with the Nick Elschens. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller spent Sunday at Vern Barker's. to wait for another run to finish.! Marcella ThiH, Whlttemore, „ „,„ „„ aulluul A shower Sunday evening halted be en spending a few days with rela- , There, will be no services mornlnir f Vi t*A«Vi Inn- ~\/f n-nrtnir TlVPS nPPO. . . •••*e» Other Fenton News. The Raymond Stoebers, accompanied by Mrs. Stoeber's mother, Mrs. Charles Basset, and son ' Lyle drove to Mason City last week Tuesday to see Mrs. Basset's .daughter, Mrs. 'Lewie Reed, who has been ill. They returned in the evening and the Bassets left for their home In Fairmont Wednesday. The H. C. Lindseys drove to Glidden Saturday for over Sunday with their daughter,' Mrs. 'Harold Sted- mans. Their son Edward, who has been spending his summer vacation there, returned home with his parents, and their grandson Henry Edgar Stedman, accompanied them home also. ' ' . The Don Allans, of Davenport, Raymond Kresensky, of Bellevue, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky of Algona, and Florence Kresensky, of Iowa City, spent Monday at 'Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod's. Verona Weisbrod accompanied them home-from AJgona, where she had spent last week with her grandmother. •Next Sunday will be Missionary Sunday at the Methodist church. A special program and music will be has' ; held daring the Sunday school hour. threshing Monday. Davis Daughter Under Knife— Samuel Davis received word last Thursday that his little girl was to be taken to Fort Dodge that 'afternoon and operated on for appendicitis. The Davis' home is at Laurens. At present Mr. Davte is doing road work on highway No. 169 in this vicinity. • lioy (or the George Beckers— 'Mr. and Mrs. George Becker are parents of a boy, born July 25 at the Kossuth hospital. The 'baby was baptized Albert Raymond Sunday morning at St. Joseph's church, Ray Becker and Regina Kuecker, spon- Parochial Teachers Here Again — Three Sisters from Dubuque, Sister Mary Hortense, Sister Mary Concepta, and Sister Mary Regina, arrived one day last week to prepare for the opening of the local parochial school a month from now. Matt Hans "on Shelf— Matt Hans is laid up with a severe sprain and a fractured bone Jn one ankle suffered last week Monday evening when he stepped from a car. Doctor Jens.en, Bode, attended him. Farmer Overcome by Heat — Paul Erpeldlng was overcome by heat while he was, 'stacking straw last week Tuesday forenoon, but is able to take care of his work again. Rain Cancels Ball Game— The St. Joe Alley Rats drove to Clare Sunday, but rain prevented a game. Next Sunday the boys will play on the local diamond. . Other St. Joe, The Rev. Father George Theobold drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday afternoon, and Henry Zelmet Sr. came home with him, after several days at St. Joseph's hospital, where he underwent an .operation on his eyes. Mrs. Edw. Hammer. Mary 'Ma,n- th'ei, Mrs. William Hanimer, and the latter's son Darwin spent last week Wednesday with the firs^-named Mrs. Hammer's daughter, Mrs. A. O. Holtzbauer, Algona. The Henry pelmets Sr. spent Sunday at John Kemna's, West Bend. Mary Kemna returned to a wesk West Bend Sunday, with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Zelmet. •Mrs, jr. for a few Mr. an* Hermann Becker helped with threshlng Saturday ^in the Klrsch ring. St. .Benedict Prof. Benjamin D, Roskopf, port- land, Ore., spent Sunday with the John and Nick Raekopfs. He teaches history and agriculture and also serves as assistant county agent. H e was here during a ten-day vacation. -He left Sunday evening for Beaver Dam, Wis., and from there was to start back and on the way visit his father in Montana. . Mrs. Frances Stephenson, who had spent a month here with relatives, returned Saturday night to Chicago, where she is employed. Christine Elsenbarth has a two weeks vacation and is spending It with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer, and parents, Mr. and Mrs Isadore Eisenbarth. She is employed at Algona. ' .. Mrs. Mae Staab, Le Mare, came Saturday to look after business matters and visit friends. Two Sisters from the St. Frances convent at Dubuque have returned to prepare for another year of school. •Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich, Dolliver, and a daughter spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs, Henry Seller's. Mrs J, O. Downs and her daughter Marcia Ann were also there. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer, who lives at her son Mike's, left one day last week to):- Clarion to visit another son, Edward Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hum, Algona, spent Friday evening at Frank Eisenbarth's: Bertha Fasbender, who had been visiting at Des Moines two weeks returned Saturday. Fenton Charles (Lovejoy, of Saker, Ore., came last week to visit at Luella Kphlstedt'e. June Hudson, of Wesley, la visiting her aunt, Mrs. O, «. Schmidt, this week. Mrs, Ktlgore, of Superior, Wta., is visiting her daughter, Mrs, Henry Peter Jensens, of Fort Dodge, spent the week«en4 w}th F*wto fl relatives, of the of the pastor who will attend camp meeting- at the Okobojls. "Wilfred Refiners .and .Signa Henderson, Des Moines, came last week for a few days with the H. E, 1^.61- mers. Mr. and Mrs. Relmers took them to Yetter Sunday, and they met Des Motnes friends and returned to Des Moines with them. The C. H. Geronslns . and Elvira Wehrspann spent Sunday with the Henrlk Fauerbys at Eldora. Their son Rollin, who has been visiting there for the past month, returned home with them on Monday. The Adolf KJramenzes moved last week Wednesday to their former home in Fort Dodge. Coach E. D White has rented the house vacated by the Gramenzes and will move in the latter part of August. The C. O. Baileys, of Rock Rapids, came Saturday for over Sunday with the W. V. Yagers and other relatives. , Clarence Yager. ; who spent the past three weeks there returned home with them. Lola LIndsey, educational director of the state hospital at Iowa City arrived this week Monday. She will spend a week of her vacation at the parental H. C. Lindsey's, Mrs Carl-Wolfe, of Klemme, and Mrs. Charles Laurltzen and daughters, Edna and Verdell, of Whittemore, .spent last Thursday with relatives and friends here. C, G. Humphrey spent several lys last week repairing damage on the E. C. Weisbrod farm near Ringsted caused by the heavy windstorm of three weeks ago. " Mrs. Francis Lakin Otooi >-ana son Earl, of S D., ca me last week to visit her sister. Mrs. R. M . Curry, of Colo., who ta here. The Clyd e Brooks, of' Iowa MA W»t Sunday ^ John Mrs NOT1CK OF PKOBATB OF WILL No 3«42. State of Iowa, 'Kossuth county, ss. In District Court,, March Term, 1932.; m To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby,, notified., tba£ (in Instrument of writing ''purporting to be the last Will and Testament of W. J. Thackeray, deceased, dated April 24, 1920, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 15th'day of August, 1932, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House 'In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a, m. of the day above mentioned, all per-' sons '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 and for the'last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 14, 1932. , CLARK ORTON. • .'.'* Clerk of District Court By CLARA SCHAAP. 1 Deputy. T. tP. Harrington, Attorney. H1BAM n. AUorncy.at. *• 'A. DATfSON . Office over I owa sta •Phone*; Qffi ce , 460-j.T DOCTORS C. H. tlgona 0 -sr Iowa .„, Physician and Surgeon*! Office in Quinby BIdg, p J Phone No. 12 45-47 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue 7 ' of a General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 15th day of December 1928, in favor of L. A. An^drew, Superintendent of Banking of s the State of .Iowa, as Receiver of the Algona State bank, Algona, Iowa, as plaintiff; and against Henry>C. Nelson, as defendant, for the 'sum of, Twtf Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty-Eight and 50/100 ($2758.50) .and the records of said court show a balance still due of »2323.65 Dollars and costs, taxed at Seventy-Six and 69/100 (?76.59) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon • the following described real property as the property of the said Henry C, Nelson to satisfy said execution, towit: An undivided one-half (%) interest of Henry C. Nelson in and tP the East Half (E%) of the Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Eighteen (18) in Township Ninety- Six (96) North, of Range Twenty- seven (27), West of the Fifth P. M,, Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof aa 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 llth -day of August, 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 wjll be given by the undersigned. Dated this 12th day of July, 1932, L. B. HOVEY, Sheriff of Koseuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Van Ness and Miller, , ^Plaintiffs Attorneys. 46^7 KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS, Notice is hereby given that py vir, tue of a General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District t-ourt of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a. Judgment rendered In said Court on the^rd day of October, 1938, !„ favor tn County State Bank, as and against Henry C, Nel, Physician and"SnrgMi I Office in Postofflco Block! Phones: Office. 197; reslje^j W. D. ANDREWS, ».l Osteopathlc Physician and I Located over Hub Billard 1 Phones: Office 187, Re«.l B, A. EVANS, M,B,, ' Over Borchardt Drug i Phones: Residence 312, o Algona, Iowa. ===== DENTISTS »B. H. M. OL80K Dentist. Gas and novocalne used lor] emotion. Located over Chrlstensen 8 Phones: Business 166, resldenojl Algona, lows VETERINARIANS! L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL VoterlnarUni West State Street, . Phones : ' Office, 475-W, ; rei 'fl " '" -"' nUILDIXG CONTBAC COWAN A SDK . General Contractors ( Estimates Furnl Phones: Business, MACHINISTS NQBTOTf MACHINE WO! Machinists and WeldMf Service Stock on ' 5| Piston Rings, Pins, and 1 West of • Courthouse INSUBANCEvl KOSSUTH COPNTY . INSURANCE A880CUT Over 115,000,000 worth of i In force, A home company, <ecure, J. 0. Paxson, "Ity Property Loan* Farm - Insurance. Rea OUN NUfOHASI toy \y, state st. A»«M , . . —.- —r^ Compai defendants, for the sum of % as and records of said Court show a balance stW due of W8.69 Dollars and costs, taxed at Thirty-Six, and 78/100(486.78) p«E ars and accruing costs I 1 haye Vv, ie d upon the following Seal property as t he one-half (%) interest o? Ifinety^* (?) North Twenty-seven he Fifth P. M, ; and I win be necessary to , ^ AU ?ust, - - — *-vu* v «y«sa in Ala-nna,', In ^®3R9fa&& ^ *• T. r *n ' *VT^UKVKM^^ 'StgOK JQE New, and used Tires ana Accessorial Hides, Fur ana Algona, low* H. W. POS Dray and TravfftJ ! STORA6EOFAUI pong pittance JJ?§ry load ; against loss/and to do 1: hauling and M1MEOGM

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free