Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1932
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PAGE SIX KOSStTTtt CQtlNtt AfrVAKCfe. ALflONA. f^i^^^f^^'ft/:^ f r T f , K t "f i ? ' V i ^, ' j. t -> ./, t -j.t (l * ^ , j! , ^ '-'^^v^M^ BEN PANNKUKS, TITONKA, WED 50 YEARS AGO Titonka, Aug. 16—Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pannkuk celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. The rooms were decorated In gold and lavender with beautiful flowers. While the guests were at dinner the Pannkuk boys sang, Sliver Threads Among the Gold, and also took pictures after dinner. A picture of Mr. and Mrs. Pannkuk, will be enlarged, and presented to them by the boys. The German minister, of Ti- •tonka, the Rev. Mr. Scaucker, gave a talk In both German and English. Some guests could not understand German, and some could not English. The Pannkuks have ten living children, 26 grandchildren, and three great-grandohlldren. Dinner was served to the bride and groom and children in the dining room, and to aunts and uncles In the kitchen, and the rest were served cafeteria style. Mr. and Mrs. Pannkuk requested that no presents be brought, but they received a gold tray, gold plate, gold gravy ladle and golden colored bath towel. Among those present were the Tom Hinders, Britt, Carl Veers, Stratford, Clarence Pannkuk, Fairmont, George Pannkuk, and Mrs. Ben 'Pannkuk, Minneapolis, Henry Butlers, E.stherville, Egbert Buss, Titonka, Herman Severs, Brltti" Gorden ami La Bonna VVinn, Holyoke, Colo., the Martin Hinders, Woden, Mrs. George Johnson, John Pannkuk, Sever Pannkuks, Boyd Pann- kuks, and Antone Pannkuks, all of Titonka, and Mrs. Alice Rippentrop, •Buffalo Center. Threshing Crews Have Two St. Joe Ball Games Busy Kl>es on Camping- Trip— The Buffalo Busy Bee 4-H club left for Clear Lake on a camping j trip last Thursday morningr, with ' Mrs. Oscar Miller and Estelle Bonacker chapercmes. Members who went are Phydelis nntl Loraine Peterson, Betty Budlong, Evelyn Shultz, Carol Reaser, Hazel Miller, Margaret Callies, and Gertrude Meyer. They will come home next Sunday afternoon. Parents and friends will take their picnic dinner up and spend Sunday with them. St. Joe, Aug. 16 — The Thul threshing crew split a double-header ball game Sunday, dropping the first one, 9-7, to the Thilges crew, and winning the second, 5-4, from a "pick-up" team. Too many errors in the first few innings lost the opener. A three-run rally in the I first Inning In the second game gave the winners a margin, and they fought hard to keep their foes tamed. Batteries In the first'game were R. Kramer t.nd R. Thtlgea for the winners, H. Thull, N. Becker, and E. Thul for the losers. A. Kramer and the Rev. Father Theobold pitched for the Thul crew In the second game, with B, Thul as receiver, and P. Klrsch, O. Wagner, and R. Thilges for the losers. Catholics Observe Holy Day— The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was observed by this parish Monday with masses at 7 and 9 a. m. Father John Thilges, S. V. D.. St. Mary's Mission House, of Techny, 111., assisted with masses Sunday and Monday. A dinner was given in honor of Father Thilges at the Leonard Thilges home Monday, relatives and close friends attending. Minnesota Party Visits Here— "~"™ > Mrs. 'Henry Balk and three of her children, Wilbur, Mildred, and Darlene, with Mrs. George 'Balk and the latter's daughter Irene, all of Le Sueur, Minn., came Friday to visit the Mrs. Ed Hammers and other relatives till Monday. Mrs. Henry Balk is a daughter of Mrs. Ed Hammer, and Mrs. George 'Balk is Mrs. Hammer's sister. Youth Hitchhikes to Montana— Simon Ziemet, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ziemet Sr., who had been employed here, left Monday for has rented his farm to Jos*. Kramer for next year. Other St. Joe. The Philip Fourages came home Melstone, Mont. He planned hitchhike and work on the way. to John Kayspr Farm Rented— Rumor has it that John Kayser last week Tuesday from Comfrey, Minn., where they visited relatives. The daughter, Monica Fourage, came with them. She had sp'ent most of the summer there. The Rev. Father George Theobold, Peter Erpelding, and John Thul, all of St. Joe, and a Mr. Peterson, of Storm Lake, drove to Templeton and Carroll last Thursday, returning the same day. The George Thuls, accompanied by three Sisters, drove to Bancroft Siinday, and Bertha remained with her grandmother, Mrs. Anton Wii- mes. The Charles Hoffmans, Algona, accompanied by Peter Thilges and Casper Thilges, drove to D'ubuqne last week for a few days of visiting. .Mrs. Jake Welblg, Dell Rapids, S. D., and'her children are visiting local relatives. Jos. Thilges has returned from visits at Dell Rapids. The Mike Wagners, Algona,. the John Kemnas, and 'Dominic 551e- mets, West Bend, spent Sunday at Henry Ziemet's Sr. The George Kruechers, Currte, Minn., spent last week with the Henry Ziemets Sr. and other local relatives. Verena and Robert, children of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser, had their tonsils removed a week ago. Mrs. Gene Yackley and her children have returned to Chicago, after several weeks here with relatives. The Nick Redings, Whtttemore, and the John Redings, St. Joe, were at Fort Dodge Monday. Mary Giech and Kathryn Deim, Algona, went home Monday, after a visit at Jos. Kramer's. Mrs. Arthur Illg and her children were at Anna Kayser's last week Wednesday. The. Wm. Hammers spent Monday at E. J. O'dell's, Bancroft. SWEA CITYAN HIKES RIDES 2,200 MILES •Swea City, Aug. 16—-Leonard Ap. plequlst reached Swea City las: week from Washington, having hitch-hiked his way 2,200 miles In company with Dunne!!, Minn, Willis Tandlne, o The two boys, with IV. T. Halls Visit Tltonku— Mrs. Ernest Hanson, accompanied by the W. T. Halls, of Rudd. came .Sunday to spend Indian 'day with old friends. W. T. Hall, for- j merly lived and ran a hardware i store here, and he also used to be the county supervisor from this dis- j trict. Both are now quite old, and not able to do much. They reside now in Rudd, with their daughter, Mrs. Hansen. i Mrs. Iliidlont? Visits Daughters— Edith Budlong and mother. Mrs. Frances Bullions, drove to Hampton .Sunday evening, and Mrs. Bud- lonjr wcpect.s to spend a week with Edith. They expect to drive to Cedar Falls Thursday evening to see Hazel Budlung, who has been going to summer school. Hazel Budlong has heen teaching school in Hamp. ton for the lust few years. Foiir-H (Jirls lie-turn Home— Among- those who drove to Cleat- Lake .Sunday to visit and bring th?'| 4-H girl.s home were Arthur Jay and j Edithmae Budlong, Edith Reynolds, j Woodrow Peterson, Leroy Burger, i Oscar BlanclKu-d, Oscar Milter and j 'daughter Ruth, -John Welhousen, j Dr. Pierre Sartor and grandchild, i and Ltwls Oeslerreicher. Bnml MukeH Hoo.ster Tour— , The Titonka band, directed by. Mr. Bahlen, of Alexander, went on an advertising trip Friday. They drove to different towns and played a few •numbers in the .street and distributed Indian Day bilk. Their meals ivere paid by the local merchants. Dnnnlil Cullies Hit l>y TSall— AVhile playing ball in Burt one day last week Donald Callies was hit by a batted* hall, and two ribs were cracked and pushed in. He TWO IRVINGTON BOYS ON WAY TO CALIFORNIA Irvington, Aug. 16—Dick and Bob Watson, who had planned to leave here for California last week Tuesday morning, postponed their leave- taking until Thursday morning. They took a train from Ames to Oakland, Calif., where they were to be met by their father or brother. The boys were honored Tuesday night at a surprise farewell party at their home given by boy friends: Noble Crouch, Ira, James, and Oran Hudson, EVert Van Steinberg, Ralph Lernkee, Donald and Gerald Frankl, Edward Rutledge. Lewis and Le Roy Scheppman, Vern Christi, Harry Felter. George Stewar: Jr., and Jos. Ramus. THREE MILES»MINUTE Donald Dourte and Robert Apple- qulst, drove to Portland. Robert and Donald stayed In Washington. The 'boys rode .fruit trains the first 1,500 mllee, being at one time 72 hours without food. These 'fruit trains make good time, traveling 60 mile an hour and stopping only when necessary. The boys said the trains were crowded'.wlth men and women Band Concerts Discontinued — The Saturday evening band concerts will be discontinued after this week. The town has supported the school band during the summer months, but the town funds are indefinitely tied Lakota state up In the bank, and defunct It was deemed best to discontinue the concerts. D. W. Fnltz Wins Golf Prize— D. W. Fultz last week played In a northwest Iowa golf tournament at Spencer. Hie playing earned him three golf balls. While In Spencer he visited his cousin, Mrs. Austin Searles. formerly Bloise Smiley. Mr. Searles is coach in the Spencer high school. Hurt Bnnk Town Depository— The town of Swea City has made the Burt bank depository for the town funds. The now defunct bank in Lakota had been the town depository. Return of the funds by the state has so far been' Indefinite, for demands oh the state fund have been heavy. Embroidery Club Helps Orphanage The Embroidery club met last week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Morris Parsons; Mrs. Ralph Lc-e, assisting hostess. Fifteen women attended. The annual club r.icnic wa.s voted for next Sunday at Lhe Ambrose A. Call state park. Fruit jars to lie filled by members toe an orphanage at Council Bluffs were given out, sent from the orphanage some time ago. They will be filled and returned to Council Bluffs before cold weather. The club has helped support the orphanage many years. •was taken to a doctor and is now- able to bo around. Donald is the .son of Mr. and Mr.s. Ed Callies. Other Titonka News. The Stephen de Vries drove to Prlmshar Tuesday night, where Mrs. de Vrie,s spent the night with relatives while Mr. de Vries returned home. KYiim then- Mrs. cle Vries accompanied ;i. party to the Okobo- jis to spend ;i week. Mr. de Vries will drive to thfi lakes Saturday evening to spend the night and Bund.iy. Lydia. IteilwimiMi, daughter of the Glen Rei!)sa:iii.T.«, of Marshalltown, spent In.st week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. xnd Mrs. A. M. Peterson. Thursday a [iarty of young people who had been spending tile week at Spirit. Lake- drove clown here and took Lylia back with them to sfieiul the rest of the week. Edith Bullions, wh:i has been working in Hie Citizens' National j : l>ank in Hampton, drove home Saturday t| spend l.lio week-end with 'her mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong. The Chut ijitmoreuxs drove to a lake in northern Minnesota to spend the week-end and Monday on a fishing trip. They expect to return -Monday evening. The George iionackers were Ma- j son City and Clear Lake callers Fri- ! day and Saturday. Evelyn Shultzj came home with them Saturday evening. The K. O. Wrights, of Colo, formerly of Tilonkn, spent Indian Day with frlendrf. Mr. Wright was formerly the elevator maiiagor here. AVhile on a booster club trip Friday John Jsenbramlt was knocked down by a car. He was not serl- ousiy injured. The HoHi Srhweppos drove to Fairmont Io hear his brother, the Kev. William Sehwepiie, preach Hit; ; first sermon. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harbour last week. This \a the fifth child. Shu was named Joan. Mr.s. .11. ('. Bull. Barbara Ball, and Lydia Heib.sam'Mi drove to Bancroft on business Saturday afternoon. Mr.s. 11. L. KIMIHK entertained her bridge. party Tue. 5 d:.i,v afternoon. M;irji,ri,i Kerry, of Ma.son City, was in Titonka foi Indian day. The Jay Budlongs were in Algona Friday on bu.sinfe.i.s. M&rgutrite Pannkuk was a Mason City caller Sunday. The Antone Pannkuks were Garner eaJlfcri* Sunday. Sorenseiis Home From Trip — Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen and •their daughter Louise got home Saturday, after a jaunt of several days in the Dakotas ai}d Minnesota. They visited Tony's brother Chris at Fargo, N. D., also called on the Areiuls at Galloway, Minn. Mr. A rend is a son of the late Henry A rend, who formerly lived near Rich Point. Another stopping plaze was at Xnytahwauch, Minn., where they Des Moines, Special: News that Sig Haugdahl, most famous dirt track racing champion in America, will definitely attempt to set a new half-mile track record at the Iowa State Fair on Friday afternoon, August 26, has pointed Interest to this date as one of the highlights of the summer racing season in the mid- west. Haugdahl was the first man in the world to drive a car at the rate of three miles per minute. He- has ordered a new type of cylinder head for his Miller straight "8" and with this machine will attempt to hang up three new world records in the Iowa State Fair races on the 26th. Roy recently purchased a Willys- Knight. Percy Philp, Kanawha, drove to Roscoe MawdsTey's Saturday to get his wife, who had been there three weeks. The coupe spent Saturday night with iM>. and Mrs. Vernon visited the Harry Currans. Mrs. Hor- | Robinson and' went home Sunday. ensen and Mrs. Curran are sisters. They also enjoyed some fishing. intestinal Flu is I'reTalent — Lois, small son of (Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole, was critically sick late last week with intestinal flu. Richard, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk, of this vicinity, and' his nroth«- Raymond, Algona, went to Waterloo Friday, returning Sunday evening-. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Funk, Algona, stayed with Andrew's wife arid children. The Austin Summers family spent Sunday at Eagle Grove, and Douglas Riley, has also been sick, j the boy;,, Austin Jr. and Robert, Many oilier cases of intestinal flu remained for several days with are reported. v their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Summers, The Rev. A. Off for «lack Hilts-Mrs. John Frankl and the children left late last week for a summer resort near Silver City in the Black Hills. They planned to be gone three weeks "Caii" Smith Reported Improved— "Cap" .Smith, who was critically ill a few months ago with heart trouble, is much improved, and Is able to take occasional rides. Other Sexton News. Mr. anil Mr.s. Elmer Limings, of Illinois, recently called at the J. M. Cox home. They had been visiting relatives at Lone Rock. They report Mrs. Matthew Newman, now of Illinois. formerly of Irvington, very ill. Mrs. Newman suffers with a doube goiter and spends much of her tim-j in bed. The Frank Harness family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Merenc-ss, and Henry English preached Sunday on A" Call to Repentance. The text was Acts IT: 30. A tsurprl.se number rtus been announced • for next Sunday. Mrs. George Scuff ham and her brothers, Herman and John Lyons, were Sunday guests of their father, James Lyons, Ames. It i.s reported that Kenneth Lyons recently left this vicinity with a friend en route to the Dakotas, to find employment: The Missionary society will meet this week Friday at the church; Airs. Boldridse, leader; Mrs. V, J. Schichtl, hostess. Mr. and Mrs. C. iM. Dunlevy. Fort Dodge, spent Saturday and- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hain, sister of Mr. Dunlevy. Mrs. Clifford Cameron, near Sioux City, is spending a few days with her mother, Mr.s. Becla Watson. Isnbelle Felter, Burt, is spending New Bank Is Being Talked— •Individuals and groups of men about town are again agitating the question of establishing a bank rtere. Because of the general situation they have held back, but the feeling is'strong that Swea City must have a bank to care for local needs. Jfeiv Grocery Store'Opened— Virgil .Blomster last week opened a grocery store on the west side of main street in the brick building, formerly occupied by Charles Thaves as a cloShlng store. Arnold Anderson has been helping him buy stock and get it placed on shelves. Golfers Xose to Bine Earth— The golf tournament between the North Kossuth golfers and Blue Earth, held Sunday resulted In a score of 16-4, Blue' Earth winning. Players from Buffalo Center, L'a- kota, Elmore, and Swea City played Blue Earth. .Time Thomson at Armstrong — June Thomson, who has been working in a beauty parlor in Waterloo, has a position as manager of a beauty parlor in Armstrong. June came from Waterloo Saturday, and took charge of the parlor Monday Hustlers Discuss Camping' Trip — Saturday afternoon the Harrison Healthy Hustlers met at William LOW COST AND GREAT PROGRAM AT STATE FAIR Dea Molnes, la,, Special: Thousands of -nldwesterners who have not seen a State Fair in years are expecting to take an Old fashioned outing at the Iowa State Fair this summer—where a vacation can be had this year (or 50 cents—a cost small enough io appeal even to those who had thought they would not be able to take any vacation at all. The State Fair this year is .-e- plete with, all the old-time features 1 which has made it Iowa's favorite outing for three riarters of ; a century— in addi ion to dozens of new amusements, exhibits and attractions assembled here from every part of the country and almost every corner of the globe. Here are a few of the highlights which will entertain hundreds of thousands during the eight days and nights from-Aug. 26 through Sept. 2: AUto races on Aug. 26 and Sept. 2, horse races on Aug. 29, 30, 31 and Sept. I, "Thrill Day" Saturday Aug. 27 featuring a head-on collision between two trains traveling 50 miles an hour, motorcycle races, a railroad crossing smash-up, a head-on automobile collision, and other new thrillers, a big circuj-;evue with sixteen circus acts 'from all parts of the world, each afternoon and evening, "World on '. rade", a glooe- circling hippodrome, ballet,,, and musical extravagaiza each evening, George Washington Bl-Centennial fireworks, all-Iowa Society Horse shows on Aug. 29, 30, 31 and Sept. 1, new super-midway with 40 carloads .'of sideshrws, twelvt bands and orchestras, a complete television show, a free camp ground of 100 acres, whoro fair visitors may camp free of charge, as long as they .Ijk.e. .»• .• • • ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. September term, A. D. 1932. , S. Buchanan, as Receiver of the Bank of Lu Verne, Lu Verne, Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Clara McCormick and Ernest L. McCormick, her husband, Vera Wheeler and 'Wheeler, her husband, E. -L. Anderson and 'Henry Hinz, Defendants. To the Above Named Defendants, and Each of Them: You are hereby notified that on or >efore the 9th day of 'September, A. D. 1932, there will be on file in the ffice of the Clerk of the District tourt of the above named County ind State the Petition of the plain- iff claiming judgment against the defendants, Clara McCormick and Ernest L. McCormick,, her husband, "or the sum of Seven Hundred Fif- y-four and 62/100 Dollars ($754.62) .ogether with interest thereon from September 20th, 1932, at eight per cent (8%) per annum on a certain note of Thirteen Hundred Eighty- wo and 61/100 Dollars ($1382.61) =;iven by said defendants to W. Scott Hanna on January 17th, 1925, ^ on or before January 17th, 925, which was endorsed to plain- —oft- MISS LETHE MATSON'S STOCK ,_.-Of-.-. Ready-to-wear and General Dry Goods FRIDAY, AUGUST 19 All Remnants of former store to be sold at less than cost. All must be sold at once. Call at home on South Jones street, Algona, Iowa. ,, SPECIAL at Neville's Shoe Store 65 pairs of ladies' low shoes $1.49 At only a pair These are all $5.00 arch support slippers, odd pairs from our best lines—sizes 3-4-5. I am making this give-away price to clean them up this week. , • Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. Poole's, Harriet and Helen- Poole I tiff and which is now the property entertaining. The main topic of the of the plaintiff, and also asking- afternoon was the camping- soon to be enjoyed by the girl's 1 . trip' Visitor at Thomson's Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomson entertained 12 young people Friday evening at their home in honor of Mrs. .Thomson's sister, Milllcent Eppelsheimer, who is visiting- them. Three tables of bridge were played. ami AValter Wildi-n". aU'of Waldorf, i a , few days with her cou *"'. Ruby Wis.. arrived Saturday to visit the Frank Ditsworth«. They were en- route to Yellowstone park, and also pl.'innod to visit Mrs. Mina Ward at K.ixuuehe, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fry and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, Al,4<>n:i, recently drove to Eldora, where they visited Mrs. Fry's brother. LoriiiL,' Pickering. The Gregsons drove on to Grinnell to visit Willard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gri'L'vsuii. Chrtrleis Winandy, Chicago, arrived at John Simon's Sunday to take home his wife and son. who had been at Simon's a few. weeks. They were Sunday dinner guests .-of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seeman, Algona, and left for Chicago that night. The Roy Blythes and Mrs. Nina Blythe drove from Chicago to Mason City Friday and came on to V. J. Schichtl's Saturday. They will leave for home this week Friday. Koepko. Mrs. Raymond Fitch spent Sunday with relatives at Britt. Other Swea City. Burton Thomson left Saturday morning for Maza, N. D., where he has a position in an elevator, which his great uncle, David Blaid, owns. Friday evening 30 young people were entertained at his home by his parents in his honor. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Eppelsheimer, of Plover, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. AVm. Thomson. Milllcent Eppelsheimer, who has been visiting at Wm. Thomson's, returned with them. Mrs. S. Warburlon and Harry- drove to Mankato last Thursday to get Mrs. Wai-burton's mother, Mrs. Xoble, who has' been visiting her son, Wm. Noble, in Bamboo, WIs. Mayor and Mrs. J. M. Dye and Keith spent several days last week in Marion. Mr. Dye was called there to attend the funeral of his- brother, G. W. Dye. Forrest Hanifan drove to Iowa City Saturday, returning Monday. Mrs. Hanifan. who is a patient there, recently took 72 hours radium treatment. Kenneth Thomson left Monday on his vacation. He will visit Fort Des Moines, Des Moines, 'chicag-o, and other eastern points. The J. J, Andersons and the A. B. Tweetens spent last week in the Rev. B. L. Weaver cottage at the Okobojis. •Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Edwards, of Boone, visited from Thursday to Monday at his brother Charles Ed» ward's. E. J. Skully, of Fort Dodge, called on relatives and friends here last week. E. J'. was formerly a Seneca farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bauman, of Blue Earth, visited Mrs. Bauman's parents," the A. R. Petersons, Sunday. -Mr. 'and Mrs. Ted Vaux are visit- Ing friends and relatives he-re. Ted teaches in Stillman Valley, HI, Ledyard | Henry Gray. Bennie and Sandy j Stulibe, of Baxter, visited at Glen i Beyse's over Sunday. Alta Murray, of Buffalo Center, visited at her uncle, Wm. Plynn's, la.st week. Evelyn Mayne and C!eo Gable entertained the Sewing Circle Friday afternoon. Alice and Doris Dunham, sisters of Mrs. D. B. Mayer, returned home Monday. HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. $14,000 Horse Races Des Moiues, la., Special: With §14,000 in prizes for four days o£ harness racing, the Iowa State Fair has attracted one of the greatest entry lists in years, speed officials announced here this week. Famous grand circuit winners and many of the fastest horses of the midwest are included in the more than two hundred entries already received. Harness racing will headline the program on four afternoons, August 29, 30, 31 and September l. As the State Fair track this year is exceptionally fast, officials are confident of several new track records before the fair is over. Judgment .for the further sum of Eighteen and 60/100 Dollars ($18.60) being- the amount advanced by plaintiff for continuation of Abstract of Title, and' also ask'ing judgment for costs including an attorney's fee for plaintiff's attorneys. 'Plaintiff also asks Decree for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage given by the defendants, Clara Mc- Cbrmfefc and E. L. McCormick on January 17th, 1925, to secure the note abore described covering an undivided two third. (2/3) interest In the West half(W%) of the'South- east Quarter (SE%) of Section Thirty-two (32). Township Ninetyfour (94) .North, Range Twenty- seven (2T), West of the Fifth P. M., and recorded In the office of the Recorder of Kossuth county, Iowa in Book 03 of Land Mortgages on Page 465. Plaintiff also asks that the judgment above prayed for be decreed to be a first, prior, and superior lien against said premises and that whatever Interest the defendants, or any of them, may have in s premises that it be decreed to junior and inferior to the lien plaintiff's mortgage and that said be of - — —.„ a Special Execution issue for a sale of the mortgaged premises,'and that said premises, or so much as may be necessary be sold to'satisfy said Judgment with interest, costs and advancements. Plaintiff further asks for the appointment of a Receiver to take immediate possession of the mortgaged premises with authority to accruing between the date of the commencement of this action and the expiration of the period of redemption and to apply the net proceeds upon the indebtedness secured by plaintiff's mortgage. For further particulars see Peti- toln when on file. Now, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said Court to ( b e held at the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa, in said county commencing on the 19th day of September, A. D. 1832, default will'be entered against you and judgment rendered ' thereon in accordance with the prayer 'of said Petition. SULLIVAN, JIcMAHON & UNNAN 49-50-1-2 Attorneys for Plaintiff. OLD SORES SOON HEALED o, MONEY BACK Never think you have to put up with old sores. You don't! And you shouldn't for they may lead to something serious. No matter how long you have had them, get aufter them at once-with Emerald Oil and they'U heal over as nice &S can be in no time. If this soothtog, healing, antiseptic oil doesn't quickly clear them up, says Druggist Ei. W, fcusby get your money back and e@@ a doctor. C SEE THE NEW CARS NEW BODY LINES FREE WHEELING AND PBICES REDUCED PARTS, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES Now is. the time to have your brakes serviced and '< > lights adjusted. First — Play safe before the law ',' J checks on you. . USED CARS ^1930 Chevrolet coach 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1930 Ford Sedan KOHLHAAS BROS. PHONE 200 BUSINESS DIRK «* March rS th » 1879. B. QUarton Phoriea: •^'L?<] J. I. .* S^fajtE Vyg Phones: 0,;D. Shumway A - «A JfSOJT Office over Iowa stit,, n i 'Phones: Office, jog,,^] DOCTORS KENEFICJC 4 , Physicians and Office over Rexall UTUe „,„. ..res N. Kenenck.'M —~-—- c. H. CRETZMETER Physician and Snnron« Office in John Galhrath Phones: Office, 3io ; res' A.lgona P. T. JAXSE, .„. u. . -.Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge ° Phones: Office, 660; resi Algona, Iowa WALTER ERASER, Jr. D . „„, Physician and Surgeon i Office in Quinby Bldg., RoomlJ Phone No. 12 i..— X EIj i V , IN "' "UUHflJS Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones:, Office, 197; residence,] W. B. ANDREWS, B. 0. Ostcopathlc I'liyslclan and Suit, Located over Hub Biilard Parln Phones: Office 1S7, Res. B. A. ETAXS, 31. », Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, ottlce I Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS RailroacJ Collision, Saturday, AuguM 27, Two trains, 50 miles an hour, In head-on collision, smashed to pieces before vour eyes. The thrill ot a lifetime. World ,; on Parade gorgeous Extravaganza ^Washington vBi Centennial c, . ... "* X OME to the State * air this summer. A glorious holiday for 50c, with more real enjoy, ment than a high-priced outing anywhere else. The farm and livestock champions of the world thu nri™ i» dustrial exhibits of AmeS t he newest thrills, WemeSJ'i at. SS OM ^^-^ofthe — —•-»•• *• xau * Iowa DH. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas and novocaine used (or traction. Located over Chrlstensen Phones: Business 166, residence* Algona. Iowa VETERINARIANS" L. W. FOX J. B. WIXKEl Teterlnnrlans West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.; rea. fflj BUILDING CONTRACTOR COWAN & SON General Contractors • Estimates Fiirnlshe4| Phones: Business, C3'J-J; ray _____________ MACHINISTS XOBTOX MACHINE Machinists and Welder* Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearin '.Vest .of'Courthouse PhoiteJ INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUi INSURANCE ASSOCIATES] Over $15,000,000 worth of insu 'H force. A home company. secure. J, O. Paxson, Sei 21ty Property Loan* Farm I •Insurance. Real pstate, 107 W, State St. Algona, JOE GHEENH.EBG ; New and used Auto Pattl Tires ana Accessories Hides, Fur ana Wool , Iowa H. W. POST] Dray and Transfer STORAGE oFAlUif Long Distance Haiilio* , JBvery load Insuw against loss and PJ age of all kinds. E<P ped to do all W»dM ' --»g and draying- PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa M(BP**MPBW < ^'™*'^"^^^|jl IDEOGRAPH!

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