Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1932 · Page 6
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^^ffiv^JW' ; '' , ^^ Heat enough for the cold* est weather that winter can bring » Almost ashless ~ not a bushel to the ton. These are the qualities that have made GREAT HEART the most popular coal we have ever sold. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED F. S. NORTON & SON BUILDING MATERIAL COAL—Phone 229 $5000»25c We sell "Travelers" vacation personal accident tickets—25c per day •—any limit, covers personal injuries anywhere. SM'ADL, LOANS MADE, $40 to $300. Cash loans made for any purpose, no waiting or delay. Automo- Ibiles refinanced, payments reduced, etc. MONEY ADVANCED TO PURCHASE MtljCH COW'S. We now have an outlet for large or small loans used to purchase milch cows. These loans can be repaid through small monthly payments from your cream check. WE W'EIITK FtlLt, COVERAGE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE at very low rates. It it is anything in the line of insurance, we will appreciate the opportunity to talk the matter over wjth you and quote you rates. Absolutely no obligation on your part to buy. Stop in our office or write us for any further information you may qeeire. ! THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance Loans Real Kslate Rentals 1st door North Iowa State Bank Algrnna Hi one 5C> Iinva C. 11. LA BAIUIE Tuesday from Dubuque. Sister M. mmaculata, Sister M. Clare, and Sister M. Dorothy will assist at the academy this year, taking the place of Sister M. Annacitus, Sister M. Coletta, and Sister M. Charles. 'tvo Stricken by Illness— Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schumacher vere called to Clarion Friday by the erious illness of Mrs. Schumacher's ather, Jake Thul. Mr. ' Thul's Brother was also called, returning home that evening. Upon hie arrival iome he suffered a stroke. WANTED, OLD TUBES AUGUST SPECIAL 15% Trade in on your old tubes. Phone 520 IS YOUR SKIN BROKEN OUT? Here's Quick Help for You? You don't have to put up with that einbarnussing disfigurement unless you wish. KrnpraUl Oil—southing, healing antfeept.ii;—will act like magic U: tloar away every lilomish. Just bathe your faiv vs'itli hot water and .soap and -thon -'ici'ly KiiKTald Oil. .NY irubbinK in "f lliii'k grease! Just lave yiiui f:>('e. Really with the healing oil. leaving a little on your skill all iiiKht. * In a I't-w days you'll soe an ama/- jng difference.—nut a pimple on your lace! But don't wa-ste time merely thinking about, it. <iet lOinerald Oil today from UrUHKist 10. W. Lusby With a promise, of money back if it iloeen'I i-ifir your face. Loans 1300 or Ivan obtained quickly on Fur allure, Automobiles und Live Slock Foe itdiliUonitl Information cull, \vri(e, or phone CONI'lOUNTIAI-. LOANS To SCHOOL TEACHERS If Not Nnar a Write Us Direct. See CUNNINGHAM & LACY PHONG ALGONA tteprcyantln? re«ierai Fluauce Co-, Dw Molneg WHITTEMORE GIRLS LOSE TO LOFTS CREEK Whlttemore, Aug. 23—The local nine lost 5-4 to Lone Rock Sunday In a close game on Lone Rock's diamond. The local "Whites" lost an 8-lnnIng game 19-18 to the Lotts Creek girls Sunday at Lotts Creek. Voight and Kuecker, Meyer, and Wagner were the batteries for the The local boys played the junior Creek locals. Lotts Creek boys. - The League defeated the Lotte Junior League 14-11. Some of the girls protest a close decision by the umpire In their game. •, E. ViSH at Bjnstrom'g— The J. E. Kueckers and J. Walkers, Whlttemore, and Walker, of Delevan, visited Donald at the Roy Bjustrom's at Algona Sunday. The. J. E.'s were on their way home trom Delevan, they were accompanied by Donald Walker, son of the Delbert Walkers, where the J. E.'s had been visiting. The Delbert Walkers, are expected some time Two Lessons Studied by Irvington Society Irvington, Aug. 23— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church, and the July^August lessons .combined were studied* under the leadership of Mrs. William Boldrldge. Magazine articles Were read by Mesdames Schlchtl, Barker, M. L. Roney, K. P. Roney, and Albertha Boldrldge. Mrs. Earl Miller entertained with a piano solo, Mrs. August Roblson, 'Ruby Koepke, and Verna Plefer sang, accompanied by- Mrs. Casey Loss. Mns. A. McLean gave a reading Legend of the Twilight Bell. The meeting closed with the 'Lord's - prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mes- dttmesf V". J. and- Percy Schichtl. Chicago Visitors Are Honored- Mrs. M, L. Roney entertained in honor of the R.oy Blythes, Chicago, and Mrs. David Ely the last Thursday at 6 o'clock dinner. Attending were Mrs. Jos. Wllhelml, her children, and Mrs. Raymond Wllhelmi, Bancroft; v Mrs. ' Schlchtl, son Wayne, Mrs. Harry Sabin, Mesdames V. J. and Percy Schichbl, and relatives. Mrs. Walker merly Eunice Roupe. was for- this^ week-end for a visit with local) Mrs. Clifford SOhrader. , .The Blythes "•'"" "* " 'left for home-'Friday,-• expecting-• to arrive that evening. Mrs. David Blythe went with them. 4 Sisters In Oet-Tofrether— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wlllard, of Shlcago, the William Hofftours, S. Pekin, and Mrs. E. H. McCormick, Eagle Grove, spent last Thursday at the Austin- Summers home. Mesdames Willard Hoffbur, McCormlck, and Summers are sisters, and they together before in Austin and Robert Exchange Homes—The Wm. Koeneckes moved from e H. S. Dailey home to the Mrs. Munch home. The Tom Weirs are moving from the Mrs. Baldwin resilience to the H. S. Dailey residence; :he Roman Eisenbachers are moving .o the Ralph Crelghton home; the Harold Kueckers are moving from the Bonnstetter farm to Alg-ona. Rockfords Home from Dubnqne— 'Prof, and Mrs. F. J. Rockford and children returned from Dubuque a veek ago Monday,- after attending a reception for Mr. Rockford's sister n the 'Franciscan Order. Mr. Rock- this order of Mercy. 'ord has two sisters in tnd two in the Sisters The Rockfords also visited at New Hampton before returning. Three »w Sisters Here— The Presentation Sisters arrived 'astor's Wife Injures Fhig-er— Mrs. -E. Fiene, wife of the pastor >r Lotts Creek church, caught her 'inger in a wringer while washing ast week. She was brought to the VTcCreery hospital where several had not been many years. Summers, who had been at Eagle Grove several days, came home the same day. a party in honor of* her'sister, Mrs. Edward Wolfe, the same afternoon. Clnb Prof nun Tomorrow Night— The Rlverdale club will give a program at the Patterson school* house this week Friday evening at A lOc admission fee will he Church Program Is Planned— For the last several months congregations , attending the local church 'have heard special musical numbers, religious readings, scripture, readings from memory, etc., all except two by people associated -with the church. On Sunday evening, September 4, a program which will include all these numbers will be given. Meetings at Cresco Church— The George Gowans. Mason City, are spending a few'weeks with Mrs. Gowan's parents, Mr. and Mrs! William Greenfield. They are holding religious meetings at the Cresco church. Little Girl Party Hostess— Arvilla Hudson entertained little friends in honor of her birthday last Friday. Mrs. Hudson entertained at charged. Mosquito Causes Blood-Pobontnf— It Is reported that Mrs. U. B. Frankl hae been suffering -with blood-poisoning caused from an Infected mosquito bite. Snfferg From ^Poison- Ivy- Mrs. O. L, Miller has been, under a physician's care for several days with a severe case of Ivy-poisoning. Other Irrlngton News. Mr. and . Mrs. Oliver Vevle and their son Rudy arrived at the Austin Summers farm last week Wednesday. After a short visit Mr. and Mrs. Vevle. went home, but Rudy remalned'and early this week hitchhiked to Parlbault, Minn., to visit an uncle. He planned then to hitchhike to, ^Minneapolis and get home' In time to hike to Des Molnes for the state fair. Rudy will be graduated from a business course in December. The Rev. -A. English preached Sunday on The Call to 'Faith, text from Matthew 17:20. He.also read from the ninth chapter of.... Mark. The special number Was a eolo by Ber- nlce Wilson, Algona, accompanied t>y Mrs. Loss. . Another special number will 'be given next Sunday. Mr! amd Mrs. J. M. Cox and the Earl Millers drove to Lone Rock Sunday to visit the Rosmond Slmsons: The Carl and 'Bert Browns drove to. Mankato. and visited the Donald Steils. Mrs. Steif was formerly Ruth, Brown. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pe^k, Long iBeach, Calif., and Mr. 'Peck's daughter, Mrs. George Stewart, left Monday for a .week in Minnesota. Lake Benton will be- • visited, also the Charles Lamprlghts, Mankato. Mrs. Charles 'Sankey and Mrs. Bert Ramus returned last Tuesday from several days with Mrs. Sankey's sister, Mrs. Ralph Ballard, Redwood Falls, Minn., and at Springfield, Minn, After a vacation of a few months, the Aid meets this week Thursday; Mrs. V. J. Schichtl and Mrs. Harry Sabin, hostesses. The William Boldridgee and the Vern Barkers spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Strange, Brltt. \ Elsie and Effie Egei spent Friday at Mason City, where Elsie Is taking treatment for her eyes. BURT FLOWER Si 6 W DRAWS EXHIBITS Ellen 1 ) and Steve ItoftWH, AM trt »u Bols,,Ne>, came W Visit ( tM fafieei.- ,Mr*., tonnyjtttr, an FAfwelf are 'Mri Bounce 1 * fhe J. o, Isenberger* a^d'Mra: N, M. Godfredson and < her children, Cecil, 'Oracefarid (Edward, vUdteoV frohi last week Tuesday till last Thursday at Paul isenberger's, Latl- mer. Mabel Isenberger, Clarion, visited from last Thursday tilt Saturday at J. O. isenberger'Si Burt, Aug. 23—A flower show sponsored by the Burt Woman's club was held In the Larson building Saturday, islxty-ohe exhibits,, .-—entered by 22 people were on dls- soms. Their daughter Jane remain- play, and prizes were awarded. Mrs. • '"*~ "" ""-""••»««•+••" ,Wm. K. Ferguson, Algona, was Judge. Minnie J. Coate, Mrs. :p. T. Mathes, and Mrs. Herman Hauberg accompanied her and attended the ahow. A good-sized crowd attended, Including others from'out of town. The L. L. Clements, Ames, visited from Monday to Friday with Mrs. Clement's parents, 'the C. H. Blos- ed for a longer visit Thursday the Blossoms, Clements, and Jennie Thompson spent the day at the Oko- bo'JIs. The George Grays, A. G. Volen- tlnes, and Jay D. Grahams . spent stitches were vound. taken to close the Whlttemore Streets Repaired— Robert Finnell, city street . commissioner, has had a force of men employed this week, cleaning up the city streets, and filling- up holes and rough spots with gravel. Kittenball Grame Siimluj— The 'Lutheran Y. P. S. will play u Verne for the kittenball pennant >n the local public school grounds Sunday. Girl Horn to Ernest Millers— A baby girl wa« born Sunday to the Ernest Millers, of Fenton. School Will Open Monday— Whlttemore pubic schools will open Monday, August 29. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan and sons Douglas and Edward, and Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Miller and Thomas Runey, of Emmetsburg, Mr. Mrs. M. W. Pandel and son and Ed- ed to her home last week staying- at the Joseph Meurer ward, of Whlttemore, were guests at Herman Fandel's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brennan were accompanied by Helen Fandel, granddaughter, who had been visiting at Einmete- burg the last two weeks. Helen 'Frantz, R. N., of Victoria hospital, in Waukegan, 111., reutrn- after home for two weeks to care for her grandfather. 'She alsp visited at J. T. Meurer's at Wesley before going to Waukegan. Mr. and Mrs. Will Higgins, companied by their daughter Rosella, and Margaret Welsch, R. N., of Sioux City, guest at the Higgins home, drove to Sioux City Monday, where Roeiclla rind Margaret re- .sumed their duties at St. Joseph's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and *«)!> Ralph motored to Delavan, .Minn., 'Saturday afternoon and turned Sunday evening. Mr. Walker had some business to 'attend to at Dflevaji. They visited at Delbert Walker's, a son of the J. E.'.s. Father Volt, AVill Higgins, and cl.-iuslucr, Ko.sella, and Margaret Welch, of Sioux City, drove up to .-<t. Paul last week to visit Will Hig- u-ins Jr.. "Pat 1 - 1 Cullen, and Eddie I.U'lk-i-. who are attending the C.- M. T. f. at Fort 'Snelling. The ('. F. Blinkmans, Lu Verne, Minn., ami the Edwin Behnkc*, Ben- of Mrs. Meyer's parents, the Fred Strueckers. f W. T. Oliver went .to Waseca, Minn., last week Wednesday to visit his son Harvey, and bring back Mrs. Oliver, who had been spending a few days there. Mr.. and Mrs. George Reding, of Ottosen, the Joseph Meurers Jr., of Wesley, and the K J. Meurers, of Plover, visited Sunday at the Joseph Meurer Sr. home. Frank Farrell, mail carrier, accompanied by .John Farrell Jr., left for .Luzerne, to visit relatives for a few days. Edward Farrell will carry the mall. Mrs. Carl Lemke and son Martin Lemke, and a friend, of Fairmont, visited Sunday, at Fred Heinrich's. Mrs. Heinrich is a daughter of Mrs. Lemke. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heinemann and two children, Elmhuret, 111., visited last week with Mr. Helne- mann's sister, Mrs. P. L. Jesson. Lucille O'Brien left last week Wednesday morning for Oakdale, where she will visit her sister Mary Alma, who is a patient there. Mrs. Harold Kuecker and Jerry ^^ and Jimmy visited last week Tues- yjg^t "the Burt The Brink Shlplers, Maxwell,, came for Indian day and spent a few days with Mrs. -Shipler's parents, then went on to Sioux City to visit a sister. The C. L, Freeds -left last Thursday for their home at Gridley, 111. Lois Polhemus accompanied' them and was to go on to Chicago to seek, employment. Mrs. Mary MacArthur and daughter Jessie, Ames, came last Thursday to visit at W. A. Mac-Arthur's. They are Mr. MacArthur's motneE and sister. 'Banker and Mrs. J. T, Heaney spent Friday and Saturday at Ames and Des Moines, and left Sunday to visit relatives at Mankato and. Prescott, Wis. Clara, John, and Helen Schwie- tei-t, arid Kathryn Elvidge go ta. Des. Moines this week Tuesday for a | few days with Lorena and Myrtle Schwietert. Mrs. Edw. Bischoff, Davenport, and son George arrived Sunday to. day with Mrs. Kuecker's sister, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Algona. A boy was born Sunday at the Dr., J. W. McCreery hospital to the James Butler's.. The child only lived a short time. Gustie Haag, of Centerville, S. D., and Eunice Gappa, of Madelia, Minn., are visiting this week at Mrs. Pete Plaag's. Delores Finnell, Harriet Fish, Ruth Balgeman, and Mrs. C. W. Hansen played golf last Thursday at West Bend. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and daughters visited at the 'Bridget Quinn'e home in Bancroft last week Wednesday. Alice McGovern, of Chicago, and a Miss O'Connors, of Mason City, visited one day last week at Dr. J. W. McCreery'fi. The Julius Naas family, Estherville, visited Sunday at the Adolf Naas home. Julius and Adolf are brothers. Bernice Balgeman and Lydia Meyer visited last week with' the latter's sister, Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, at Fairville. Helen Schmeiling, of Emmetsburg, visited' last week at Bill Lauck's. Helen fa a niece of • Mrs. Lauck. Marvin Hansen and Billy Byer, of Holstein, are visiting at C. W. Ha'n- sen's. Marvin is a brother of The Ferdinand Schultises, Garner, visited Sunday at Mrs. Wm. Dau's. Ji'-:t, visit Ml last week at the Albert They came after their son Kermit. home. Mrs. Blinkman and Kdwiri are daughter and son of the A. Kr-hnkc.s. Mrs. K. Behnke was formerly Anne Vaudt. (ieorw Carmody and James Flem- inw, of "Buffs Gloom Chasers," player] at the Gardston hotel at Es- tlu-rviHe last week Friday at a banquet and meeting of Iowa and Mln- ncwota hardware dealers. .Mi'.s. Pete Foxsen and son Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Oswald, of Whittemore, and Mrs. Joe Wassen, of Des Moines, returned lusl week from the Black Hills. Mrs. Butler formerly May Foxsc-n. Mrs. Anne Dau accompanied her son W. C. Dau, of Algona, to Walnut to visit the Albert Sorenson's home. Mrs. Sorenson was AJma Schroeder. The Sorensons became parents recently. Mrs. Paul Manors, her sister Ada Schwietert, William Heller, Whltte- more, and Orelly Richards, Oelwein, who has been visiting at W. P. Ringler's, drove to Oelwein last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wteyer and son James, of Garner, spent the week-end with Mr. Meyer's parents, the Wm. Meyers, and at the home Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Meyer, Fonda, and Alma Meyer, Pomeroy, were Sunday guests at Herman Gade's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peymenn and daughter, of Welcome, Minn., visited Sunday at Fred Heinrich's. A boy was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Goddard, west of town. This is the first child. R. A. Bartlett, creamery-manager, and his wife attended a picnic Sunday at Emmetsburg. Leona McMahon, of Algona, visited last week at the McDonnell hom.e north of town. 'Leonaj-d Osterbauer and Cletus Butler, Ottawa, 111., visited relatives here last week. The Junior League baseball team, lost 10-1 to the Emmetsburg second team Sunday. . The local kittenball team defeated a team from Fenton one evening last week. The J. F, McCreerys, of Fonda, visited Sunday at Dr. J. W. McCreery's. Mrs. Nick Goedere and son Leo, Armstrong, were , at Pete New's Bojndayi • Loretta Preister fell one day last week and her leg. MacArthurs, Mrs.. Bischoff and Mrs. MaoArthur- are sisters. The Gordon Frenches, who had visited here several weeks at the Dr. W. T. Refers home, left Friday for their home at Philadelphia, Pa. The Rev. L. Rlchmanns and. Lu.- ella iBleich returned Friday from Wheaton, Minn., where they had. spent a week with relatives. Elda and May Krueger, Fairmont, Minn., and Vera Morris and. Esther Godden, Lone Rock, visited Friday afternoon at H. W. Manus's. Mrs. D. F. Slaughter ami! Her daughter 'Wilma spent Monday at Rodman with the. former's mother and sister. The C. B. Chipmans and; Wm. Elvidge spent the -week-end with relatives at Marshall and Jeffries, Minn. Al Staehle and his son-in-law, H. L. Sauermann, made a business trip> to Mitchell, S. D., over the weekend. Mrs. Lillian Sigler, little son, and Katherine Manus spent the weekend with relatives at Xorthwood. The Geo. P. Hawcotts visited Mrs. Hawcott'a mother and brothers at Mason City over file week-end. The J. G. Bewicks and Vera Chipman visited the A. N. Jensens at Lake Park Sunday. The Roy Ringsdorfs and the C. L. Holdings drove to Sidney Friday to attend a rodeo. Kate Skinner, Algona, spent from Friday till Tuesday'at the Dr. W. T. Peters' home. FAT MAN REDUCES 53 POUNDS-OH BOY! Don't be stubborn, you big fat men—throw off your fat before your fat throws you into the discard. Do as Mr. S. A. Lanler of Sawtelle, Calif., did—read his letter: "I have used two reducing belts to no benefit but since using Kruschcn Suits eacli mornljijr Jn juy C oltee I have taken off 7 Ibs, In a .week and eat most anything I like. I velgiied 243 Ibs. 6 months ago and now I weigh 190 Ibs." Take one half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water every morning—cu{ down on fatty meats, potatoes and 8 \ Y eets— now you know the safe way to Jose .unsightly fat. ' For a trifling sum you can get a jar of Kruschen Salts that lasts 4 weeks at B. W. Lusby's or any drugstore in U.e wotM—but *>e sure, and get Kruacheu—you r faeaUfc comes first. Farewells for Margaret Morness— i. Margaret .Storn««i .was horiored with a farewell, party given by Mrs. Hollls Trainer last Thursday evening. Other guests included Virginia Thaves, Helen Thompson,' Norma Betttn, Rachel Clapsaddle, lonfc Moyer, and Marllda Pratt. Helen Thompspn gave a Pajama breakfast Tuesday morning in honor of Margaret, K,yirh6 leaves, soon for,, New York city. Other guests were lona Moyer, Virginia Thaves, Marllda Pratt, Erna- Peterson, Nprma ,Bet- tln, and Rachel Clapsaddle. ' '"" Aged Woman Is Honored— The Birthday Circle gave a surprise last Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs. Aurilla Coffin's 90th birthday', which comes August 23. A short program wae given and the members brought articles for the luncheon, which was , served at the close of the afternoon. Grandma Coffin Is'Burl's oldest resident, and Is still actvle in caring for her- flow-" er garden and takes much pleasure in having her friends-call on her. Margaret Morness to Jf. T. City- Wilfred Cross, Leomlnster, Mass., arrives this week Tuesday for a week with Margaret Morness, who, with her brother Elner, will accompany him on his way tiome as far as New York City to ylsit an aunt, Mrs. Slgrld Garner. Margaret will -remain there for some time, Einer-returning to attend school. Bridge Party Given Thursday- Mrs. -K. J. Smith entertained eight women at bridge last Thursday, and Mrs. H. 6. Buell won the high 'score, Mrs. H. L. Sauermann second high. Other guests were Mrs. W. A. MacArthur, Mrs. Louisa Thompson, Mrs. AI Staehle, Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mrs. J. G. McDonald, Mrs. Otto Kraushaar. Progress Clnb Hears Algonlan— The Portland Progress club met at Mrs .Tony Jandl's last Thursday; Mrs. George Larson, Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett, and Mrs. R. R. CoIIInson, assisting hostesses. Roll call was answered with What I have accomplished this summer. Carrie Durant, Algona, ga.ve a talk.on pictures. S. D. County Agent In TfsH— The Watson Dittmers visited the E. B. Dittmers from last week Wednesday tin Friday. Watson, who is E. B, DIttmer's son, is county agent in Brown county, S. D., -and lives at Aberdeen. Johns Have Family Reunion— The J. JT. Johns, R. S'. Johns, and Esther Olson, with the George Johns, Garden City, Minn., attended a family reunion at a park at Maxwell Sunday. One hundred persons attended 7 .. lUchmnnn Off far Conference— The Rev. L. Riclimanns left Monday for Hampton, where Mr. Rlch- mann is attending conference. They will- visit friends- near Hampton a few days-.. Circle Plcnlcks at ATgonv— The U and I Circle is having a picnic at tFte Ambrose A. Call state park this week Tuesday. Tfte families of members are guests.- Boy's Tonsils Are Removed— Kent, 7-year-old son of Sir,, and: Mrs. iP. L. Ryersons, had his tonsils: removed at Algona Friday.. . Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. William Peters Jr., Flint, Mich., arrived Saturday to visit William's parents, Mr. and: Mrs. W. A'. Peters. He was married in June. The H. S. Youngs, Mondamin, and the O. H. Grahams, Fenton, also spent Sunday at the Peters, home, and Stanley de la Hunt, of Ames, is a guest there. Mrs. Young and 1 Mrs. Graham are daughters of Mr. anc Mrs. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hennlnger, of Lincoln, Neb., and son Eldon, arrived 'Wednesday to visit at J.. W. Dorrance's. Friday Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Farwell and daughter Mary several days over the week-end with the Kev. J. K. Clifton*-'ft the* Methodist campgrounds, Spirit Lake. M. J. Ryereon spent last Thursday and Friday there. W. J. Davlson, Ronald Elvidge, Hugh MdDonald, Charles Hanna, and Gardner Patterson went to St. Paul Sunday, and Charles and Gardner, who remained for a few days at Minneapolis, were to hitchhike home. , •!•• MrBi-'-Lauiywice ., Tclnkle and Mrs. Gladys CrdW, Webster'City, aYtd; : the J. T. Crawfords, Cedar Raplde, came last weeH Mandayv.to visit the J. H. Grahams!,"-'and ' the'" Crawford* "remained for a week or two. The G. J. F. Vogels and the Oetehdahts, TV the' AbdVe. t "and Each of them! You are hereby notified that on or before (he 9th day of September 1 , A D. 1982, there will be on file in the office of the Clerk of the 1 District Court of the above named County and State'the Petition of the plain tiff claiming judgment against the defendants, Clara McCormlck and Ernest L, McCormlck, her husband, for the sum of Seven Hundred Fifty-four and 62/160 Dollars ($754,62) together- with Interest thereon from September 20th, 1932, at eight per cent (8$>) per annum on a certain , note of .Thirteen Hundred Eighty^ •two and 41/100 Dollars ($1882:61) given by said defendants .to Scott Hanna on January 17th, 1925, itfoe on or before January 17th, 152«, which was endorsed to plain- tiff'and which Is noW the property of the plaintiff, and also asking judgment for the further sum of Eighteen and 60/100 Dollar* ($18.60) being the amount advanced by plaintiff for continuation of Abstract of Title, and also 'asking judgment for' costs in61U(Mrig an«at 7 torney's fee for plaintiffs attorneys, .Plaintiff also j oaks Decree ,,fpi\ the foreclosure ot, V cert,«jlri,^'mq| 1 fgaft* given by the defendants, Clara Mc- Cormlck and E. L. McCormlck January 17th, 1925, to secure George Carrolls spent Thursday and Friday with the Rev. Mr.- Clifton family^ -who have been spending a week or two at the Methodist camp on the Okobojls. Mrs. W. A. Barries, Aberdeen, S. D., and two daughters came Saturday to visit with Mrs, Barnes' sister, Mrs. S. H. Aten. All except the Rev. Mr. 'Aten were at Mallard and Laurens Monday. The 'Paul Moore!) attended a celebration at Corwith Friday, and Mrs. . Moore regained to visit .her daugh- | ment above Vr&yed for be, decreed ten. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt. Mrs. I to f » Hrst^Prior, and superior lien Robt. Moore is keeping -house at. the I a * al " 8t on the note above described -covering an undivided two third (2/8) Interest in the West half(W%) of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of Section Thirty-two (32), Township Ninetyfour (94) .North, Range Twenty- seven (27), West of the Fifth P. M., and recorded In the office of the Recorder of Kossuth county, Iowa, In Book 93 of Land Mortgages on Page 485. Plaintiff also asks that the judg- said premises and.' that Paul Moore's. The Charles Olsons took Mrs. Eva Godden to Madison, Wis., Monday for a month or two with a sister who. Is In poor health. Mrs. Wm. Leeper. Lone Rock, went with them. O. P. McDonald, Mrs. Otto Kraushaar, daughter Jo Ann, and Mary Ann Smith went to Sioux City Monday to visit the C.-E. McDonalds. Mary Ann was to vleit an aunt. Opal Schrader, who teaches at Carlsbad, N. Mex., arrived Friday for a few days visit with her parents, the C, H. Schraders, before resuming her' school duties. Mrs. G. D. Metzger, Freeport, 111., came last week Wednesday and Thursday took back with her -Mrs. S. W. Moring, who Tiad visited at H. G. A. Sewlck's. Glenn 'Black was operated on for appendicitis at the home of his els- ter, Mrs. L. N. Dittmer last week Tuesday. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Koseuth county. Septembei term, A. D. 1932. G. S. Buchanan, as Receiver of the Bank of Lu Verne, Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Lu Verne, whatever Interest the defendants, or any of them, may 'have in' said premises that it be decreed to. be junior and Inferior to the lien' of plaintiff's mortgage and that 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 be field at the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa, 'in said county, commencing on the 19th day^of September, A. D. 1932,-default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said Petition. SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LI-NNAN : 49-50-1-2 Attorneys for plaintiff. FOR SERVICE THE OLD FASHIONED WAY—is a wear and tear on your rugs and HUSBAND. Let us do the dry cleaning and we'll save your rugs and your husband's disposition. * i^et us call your attention to the fact that now Is the time to have the needed repairs made on your furs We represent one of the best fur houses in the west Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 lou got the job because I could call you by Telephone An »ctual i 0f th« valu* of * (ingl* Ul»phon» call. Wit of tern ive kept »ko ored to your t«I*phon» f»v*t tb« you frit ndf . . , g«L 8tJ *» CODNrT^H ^w 8 p ape r/ ou x*i fW'MSe c n J.? Un ^'fi1 Iflno a " Ua M •> 1808, at thon" 0 ••sanfeSR •*wvwmuer 31 at Algona, of • -—i W. B. Quarton QDARTON »-^ Phone*: Office Office J. W. Wionea: «._& McM., 408. IfARRlNO^olT Phones: 1. * TAJf -'•••'''' Off Phona A. in Qulnby Phone 180 1 HIBAM B. WH1TB P. A. DAJfSON _ Attorney.At.l, aw Office over Iowa State Phones: Office, 460-j • R , ===== DOCTORS KENEFICK A i Physicians and OMlce *%£* Rexa11 ^rug •>• Office phone 300 -. J. Kenefick, M D I. N.I Kenefick, M. D." — — C. H. CRETZMEYEB Physician and Sureeon -SSSfJ^i^O^rSr P. T. JAITSE, M. D. PliyBlclan and Surgeon i Office on South Dodge Strettl Phones: Office, 666; resi ••.--. Algona, Iowa WALTEH PHASER, M, D^ r.«, Ph . yS '^ ian an(1 Sur 8 e »I> I Office in Quinby Bldg.,RoomlJ Phone No. 12 KELVIN G. I10U11NE Pliysiclaii mid Stirfc'eon Office In Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence W. B. ANDREWS, D. 0. Osteopathlc Physician and Bn Located over Hub Billard 1 Phones: Office 187, Res. ( B, A. EVANS, ST. D. Over Borchardt Drug Stow J 'Phones: Residence 312, oftol Algona, Iowa. i DENTISTS DR. H. H. OLSON Dentist. Gas and novocalne used for traction. Located over Chriatensen Sto Phones: Business 1C6, residence^ ' Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX J. B. M'INKEL Veterinarians '.West State Street, Algous Phones: Office, 475-W.; res. ffl : ItUILDING CONTRAC COWAN & SON General Contractors Estimates FurnlshtH Phones: Business. 639-.T; rea 3HACHINISTS XORTON MACHINE WOBil| Machinists and Weldew Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and 1 iVest of Courthouse PhoneJ INSURANCE KO88CTH COUNTI , INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over |15iOOO,000 worth of Jiu in force. A home company. <«cure. J. O. Paxson, City Property Loan« Turin 1 Insurance. Real Estate, IOT W.. State St. Algona,} JOE.GKEENDEBO New and used Auto P»'w Tires ana Accessories Hides, Fur ana Wool, Iowa H. W. POS1 Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFAL Long Distance Haull Every load in"" against loss and age o( all kinds. ped to 4o all haulmg and draying- PHONE 398 ,. Iowa MIMEOGRAPH!

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