Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1932
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ADVANCE AtxfoKA, FIRE PUT OUT AT FARM NEAR Farewell Sunday for the Loris Crawfords Whittemqre,^ '.better ll^-A blaze threatened .the, destruction of , the '^Walter'Vaudf -home, south .of Whittemore, ISsf week'' Monday, when a gasoline can .exploded and burning liquid was scattered about the basement. Mrs. Vaudt was washing and hftd a fire in the laundry stove. Gasoline spilled on the floor took fire. J^fred Semon happened to be there, and with his assistance Mr. and Mrs. Vaudt put out the blaze with blankets, flour and ground feed. Pupils Jloport, Hooks .Head— Miss Liiulstrom, public schools grade teacher, has a new system for book reports. She made a set of red pockets and pasted them on white background, and under each pocket is the name of a pupil. When pupils have read books they write a review ami put them in the pockets. Woman's Kirflidiij- Celebrated— Relatives surprised Mrs. Henry Kueckcr last week Tuesday evening on her 50th birthday. Out-of-town guests wore the 'Fred Kueckers, of Fenton; the W. G. and Raymond Wilsons, WerttBend; and the Henry Bells, Blue Earth. (Woman's Elbow Hurt in Fall— Mrs. 'Frank Schattschneider injured her elbow one day last week when she slipped' a nd Cell down Stairs in the bnsement of their homo. She was taken to Fort Dodge to have her elbow replaced. Ylsltor Upturns to Ciillfornlji— Annotte Holmke left last week Wednesday for Beverly Hills, Calif where she has been employed five years. She had spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J H. Helmke. Grniiddmiffhter for Mrs. D. W. Ault- Mrs. Leland Plumbley, nee Hazel Ault, is the mother of a 7-lb. girl born a week or so ago, the second daughter. Mrs. D. W. Ault has been at Atlantic, helping care for mother and babe. •Irvlngton, Oct. 11 — A farewell mrty was given Sunday at ' Loyd Wellendorf's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lorls Crawford, leaving this veek Wednesday for Minneapolis to operate a chicken ranch at the outskirts of the city. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Wllklns, Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, Mrs. Mae Miller, and the Norman Crawfords, all of Algona, and the James, George, and Ray Crawfords, all of Whittemore, and the O. L. Millers, trvington. The Loris Crawfords lave been living on No. IS, just west of the Wallburg service station at the No. 169 crossing. This is the old Peter Hansen farm, which they lad had elncq Mr. Hansen was killed a few years ago in a dynamite blast. The Crawfords erected a good set of buildings duping their stay. Asns Join tlio local Chnrch— The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on The Cock-Crowing. The text was Matthew, 26-24, "Jesus said unto him, verily I say unto thee, before the cock crows twice, thou shalt deny me thrice.' Mr. English requested every member of his congregation read the sixth chapter of Matthew every day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa joined the church by letter, and their youngest son. Howard Paul, was baptized. Hospital Patient Home Again- After having been a patient in the Kossuth hospital for several days, Mrs. William Greenfield was brought home ''Saturday. She sat up for a time this week Monday. Mrs. Greenfield has been suffering from gall bladder infection. Her daughter, Mrs. Earl Powell, Mason City, is caring for her. Esther Schc])piiiann 9; Party— Mrs. Henry Bcheppmann gave a party Saturday in honor of her daughter Esther, who celebrated her ninth birthday. Guests were Helen and Adella Lemkee, Charlene. and Barbara >Rutledge, Marvel Dole, Arvilla Hudson, Camilla Frankl, Phyl- Hrs. Smith Reported Recovering:—; Dr. L. B. Smith had word Friday that Mrs. Smith, who underwent a serious operation at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, a week ago, wq.s doing well. Basketball Practice Bog-Ins— The H. S. boys and girls have started basketball. •Relatives helped Mrs. Rusch celebrate a birthday Sunday evening. Hrs. A. C. Qulnn to Hospital— Mrs. A. C. Quinn was taken to the "U" hospital, Iowa City, Saturday. She is reported in serious condition. Other TVliittemore Jfews. Mr. and Mrs. H'. C. Hargreaves, of Algona, accompanied by the former's brother Philip, of Van Nuys, Calif, his wife, and daughter Beverly, were at Thos. Carmody's one day last "week. Mr. Hargreaves, who has been on the coast eight years, is a policeman. Henry Behnke, who has been spending the summer with his brother Fred at Excelsoir Springs, Mo., returned Friday evening to spend the winter with his parents. Out-of-town dinner guests at Tim O'Brien's Sunday evening were the James Aliens, Howard Cairys, the Ralph Browns, Mrs. Van Allen, and Mrs. Zlttritsch, all of Algona. Because of a county teachers in- -stitute at Alg-ona this week Friday the public schools will be closed, and next week there will be a corn- husking vacation. The Methodist Aid meets at Mrs R. H. Finnell this week Thursday 'Mrs. Ray Carlisle and Mrs. Carl Hansen, assisting hostesses. A number of relatives und friend: -gathered Friday evening at the Herman Voight home to help Mrs Voight celebrate her birthday. Ava Simpson, Parkersburg teach- •er, and Lucille Relmers, student al 'Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at the Wm. Relmers home. Frank Behnka, Lutheran teacher •at Webster City, spent the week•end with his parents, the Albert 'Behnkes. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith 'and son Ellsworth were Sunday guests at Erwin Heidenwith's at Lone Rock. A basket social at the Academy given by the Catholic women last week Tuesday evening was well attended. Mrs. Ray Thompson, of Scranton and her children are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Amelia Kortum. 'Ruth Balgeman, Sheffield teacher, visited over Sunday with her parents, the F. J. Balgemans, Sunday. A small child of Mr. and Mrs. Sceindek, Fenton, was operated on .3FYiday at the McCreery hospital. Helen Farrell, who works at For-est City, spent the week-end with • her mother, Mrs. Neil Farrell. Mrs. P. J. Locke and daughter • Clara returned from Burt Saturday after visiting at Clara Shaw's. Mary Gappa clerked at the Krause store, Fenton; last week, her sister Mrs. Krause, being sick. Oscar Schattschneider, of Easton Minn., visited over Sunday %vith lo• cal relatives. Six weeks examination were hel< last Thursday and Friday in th public schools. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Elbert hav moved back from Algona to then Ihome here. Ruth Beal, R. N. at Rochester, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh. Marcus Macuster, Norwalk, vis ited the Tom Fords Sunday. PASTOR AT TITONKA SHIPS HONEY TO CHICAGO MARKE1 Titonka. Oct. 11—Rex Austin, ac compunitd by John Stott, drove t< Chicago last week Tuesday with £ truck load <jf the- Rev. L. G. Gart nty's honey. They returned Thurs day. This makes the third true! load of hunc.v that the Rev. Mr Ctai'ttter has .stm to Chicago. He liae loiiiiy thousaii'i.'i of bees on Tl tunka litmus. Mr. Gstitner, formerl> iiere, is ugw Methodist pastor a i At lis Maxwell,-and Shirley Roney.. Chicken Snpper Drnws. Crowd— It is believed that^ the largest crowd ever entertain'ed'at the church annex came for the harvest home supper Friday evening. The proceeds' amounted to '$34.50. Another fried chicken'supper is planned for early 'December. Other Irrlngton News. Mrs. Ralph Ballard, Redwood Falls, Minn,, spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Charles Sankey. Mrs. Ballard had been with 'another sister, Mrs. Hines, La Porte, since a serious illness several weeks ago. She Is feeling up to normal again, and she went to Ira Hewitt's, Swea City, Monday for a, few days with Mrs. Hewitt, who is sick. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and the Ben Schmidts, West Bend, were Sunday visitors at Henry Scheppman's. Minnie Scheppman, employed near Titonka, epent the day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Heise and John Denny, Peorla, 111., and Lewis Schafer, West Bend, visited the 'Scheppmans Saturday. After a week with the William Boldridges, Mrs. Mattie Riding, three daughters, and two granddaughters, all of Centervllle, went home Sunday. The Boldridges took them as far as Fort Dodge. Mrs. Reding and Mrs. Boldridge are sisters. Mrs. O. L. Miller and Mrs. Armour Lemkee will entertain the Aid at Mrs.' Miller's this week Friday. Members are to Invite. two or three guests apiece. A fried chicken supper will be served at 4:30 at 25c a plate. Mrs. Charles Sankey and Mrs. Arthur Riley were 'business visitors at Fort Dodge Friday. The Missionary society meets next week Friday at the church; Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, leader. Many farmers here plan to start corn-picking this week. The Austin Summers family spent Sunday at Eagle Grove. Mrs. "Cap" Smith has been sick of late. BURT WOMAN'S CLUB BEGINS ACTIVITIES Burt, Oct. 11—The Woman's club began the season at the home of the 1932-33 meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. W. T. Peters. This was an "immigration" party, and the members were dressed to represent immigrants. After being held up at Ellis Island, where they were questioned and vaccinated, they were allowed to land in America and dinner was served. Then, after a social hour, a business meeting was held. The club study -this year will be on Our American Heritage. There are 29 members, and other officers are Mrs. Geo. L. Carroll, vice president; Lulu Hawcott, secretary; Mrs. W. A. Peters, treasurer. P.-T. A. Will Meet, Tonight— The P.-T. A. meets this week Thursday evening at the school- rtouse; program: men's quartet; paper, Should Children Have an Allowance, Mrs. H. V. Jones; paper, What One Can Learn from Children, Mrs. H. E. Ward, Union town- ehp; vocal solo, Edw. Thaves. Lodge Contest Is Started— The Rebekah lodge has started a contest to create' a lodge Interest, The' membership has been divided into two groups, captained by Esther Olson, noble grand, and Dorothy Steward, vice grand. Points are given for attendance, new members, payment of dues, etc. Stars Guests at Algona— Twenty-five Burt Eastern Stars attended an Eastern Star meeting- at Algona last week Tuesday evening. Riley Hall, El Paso, 111., and his son Wlllard visited from last week Monday till Friday at R. F. Hawcott's and looked after his farm here. Four Comers At. & D. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Ida Nlckerson, with 30 present. Roll call was answered by "hard nuts to crack," A musical program consisted of a.- vocal solo by Iva .Wltham, accompanied by Pearl Potter; solo, Eula Rich; musical contest by Alta Lowman; song by Edna Mitchell' and Clara • Drayton, accompanied by Evelyn Crulkshank; instrumental selection by • Pearl Potter! musical romance contest, by Evelyn Crulk- shank; song by Edith and JLeo Sa- bln, accompanied by Rose Sabln. The next meeting will be October 20 with Mrs. Nettle Rich, Instead of Mrs. Edith Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker and Mrs. Walter Cairns and children, of -^ — . -•----•-.•-----— fWor '"o/ THd'iVeiHOht' Joint"" Slock' Land Batjk 'ot Fremont, WeWA«kai a corporation, fle plaintiff, and ftgalnsV H. H. Skilllng and Sadie E\ Sklltlngr, as defendants, for the sum of Seven Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty* Nine ahd 81/100 ($7789.51) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Thirty-one and 20/100 ($131.20) Itol- lars and accruing costs, I have lev- led upon the following described real property as the property of the sftld R. H. Skllllng and Sadie K. SkllllngV Peoples Savings Bank,, St. Benedict, Iowa,.'L. A. Androw, Superintendent of Banking of the State.of Iowa, as Receiver of the People's Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: West half (W%) of the Northeast Quarter '(•NEV4) of Section 21, Township 95, Range 28, West of the, 5th-P, M., all situated in Kossuth Courity, Iowa; and I Will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy said execii- mra. vvuiier murns ana cnnaren, ot oe necessary to eausiy sam execu- St. Cloud, Minn., arrived last week tion with costs and accruing costs Wednesday for a week with Mrs. at public auction, to the highest Kdlth Rich and other .relatives. Mrs. bidder, .for cash, In hand, on the 3rd Baker is a sister of Mrs. Rich. day of November, 1932, at the east The J. P. Nlckersons attended the door of the Court House in Algona, funeral of a cousin of Mrs. Nicker- in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour son at Lu Verne a week ago Mon- of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when day. •Evelyn Nlckerson came home week ago Sunday after several and where due attendance will be a given by the undersigned weeks with the Lurhl Fesslers Ringsted. The Dlst. No. 7 P.-T. A. held Its first meeting at N. D. Mitchell's at 1932. 1i. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa Friday. The program consisted of a L. A. Wlnkel and F. A. Peterson, Plaintiff's Attorney. business meeting and. games. Present were the Fred 'Plums, John Sa- blns, Arthur Cruikshanks, Wm. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE Draytons, Edward Riches, and .'Eddie STATE OF IOWA Oenriches, Algona, Mrs. Walter Gel- KOSSUTH COUNTY SS lenfeldt and family and Vincent Wilson. •Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker and daughter, Mrs. Walter Cairns, and children, of St. Cloud,. Minn., ; and Mrs. Edith Rich spent Friday, visiting at Mason City. " , „ , ~ - "" i«e oiu ua.y oi. uciuuer, isjz. in The. County Federation meeting at favor of Alfred W. Klamp, as plaln- , , and against Fred J. Willrett, as the Methodist church In Algona last tin, ana against i!Tea J. vviurett, as week Tuesday was attended by 28 of defendant, for the sum of Fifteen the 34 members In the local M. &.D. Thousand Three Hundred Ninety- 1 i 5 ' n . , „ ' elx and 93/100 ($16,396.93). Dollars Pupils of the Crulkshank school and costs, taxed at Two 'Hundred who were ill last week with chicken Flfteen and 96/100 C ?2 15.96). Dollars pox were all able to attend school and accruing- costa, I. have levied the last of the week. The Carl Seips attended the funeral of Mrs. Hansen at Thor a week upon the following described real property as the property of the said Laura B. Hopkins, A. E. Hop- Stnlils Go to Chicago— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl left last Thursday for Chicago to again spend the winter with their daughter, Mrs. S. J. Barteau. G. J. F. Vogel took them in his car, and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance accompanied them. To Start New Restaurant— Mrs. Nelson, from near Lone Rock, has rented the building formerly occupied by the bakery and will open a restaurant some time this week. This will make three restaurants in Hurt. Home Guards Have Hike— The Home Guards, accompanied by their leader, Mrs. J. G. Bewick, took a hike to the Wilson' grove east of town 'Saturday afternoon, where they held a meeting. Ulrllxluy Dinner Is Given— The J. G. McDonalds, Mrs. Maude Hannas, and Mrs. Mary McDonald were Sunday guests at R. F. Elvidge's in honor of Dorothy McDonald's birthday. Stubble Ducks Win Game— The Burt All Stars and the Stubble Ducks played another close game Saturday afternoon, the Stubble Ducks winning 6-5 after an 11- inning game. First Night School Held— The first night school for women this year will be held at the school house this week Wednesday evening. Charlotte Warrior will conduct the school. Shower Given for Baby— Thirty women attended a, shower last week Tuesday afternoon given for the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill. John Martin to 'V Hospital- John Martin went to Iowa City last week Wednesday to enter the university hospital for treatment. Burt Defeats Tltonku 2-1— Titonka and Burt high, school teams played baseball here Friday afternoon, Burt winning: 2-1. Other Burt News. The H. A. Thompsons and Mrs. Gertie Thompson went to Oskalooaa Saturday to spend the week-end at the Earl Girton home. Mrs. Gertie Thompson remained and will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Girton. Helen Thompson, who had spent a week with friends at Cedar Rapids, 'returned home with them. Esther and William Toebben, of Chicago, arrived last week Wednesday to visit their mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Esther went back Sunday night; William is spending a month here. Mattie Warner and her sister, Mrs. McQuirk, Bancroft, spent the week-end with their cousin, Mrs. Mantor, at Cedar Falls. Anna Overgaard accompanied them and visited her parents. Mrs. Mary McDonald and Walter Hanna returned Tuesday. Mrs. McDonald 1 had spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Nelson, at Fort Dodge, and Walter visited friends at Ames. Irene Aten and a college friend, Helen Barta, Swisher, epent the iveek-end with Irene's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten. The girls ire students at teachers' college at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. A. 'H. Meinzer visited relatives at Fort Dodge Sunday. Helen Meinzer, Waterloo, who nad been visiting them, went with them and remained for a visit there. Mrs, Robert Moore and children, Algona, spent the week-end at Paul Moore's. Mrs. L. J. Schmidt, Cor- wlthy and children were also weekend visitors at Moore's. Mr. find Mrs. W. E.' Shanor, Mason Cfty, Mrs. George Ainslee, Spokane, Wash., and Mrs. Charles Shanor, Minneapolis, called on Burt friends- Thursday. Mrs-. Job Locke- and daughter, Mrs. Clara D&rgen, returned to WiUttemore Saturday after spending several days at Clara Shaw's. The J. G. Sewicks went to Algona Sunday to see the new daughter, Shirley Ann, born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham. The W. H. M. S. will meet Saturday- afternoon at Mrs. G. L. Carroll's, with Mrs. G. J. (F. Vogel assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hulburt, Glidd'err, and grandson, Robert Berray, Waterloo, called here last Thursday. The Her. J. E. Cliftons and Air. and Mrs. L. H. Steven attended* a homecoming at Sexton Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Christiansen visited from Thursday to Sunday with relatives at Cedar Falls and Waterloo. The Charles Bartletts, of Whittemore, and Mrs. Velma McBride spent Sunday at J. H. Schroeder's. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp and Mrs. Mary Stewart visited at (Fred Fleming's at Livermore Sunday, Ada Beitz returned Saturday after spending several weeks at Iowa City and with an aunt at Marion. The J. J. and R. S. Johns and Esther Olson were Sunday guests at Harold Hansen's, near Algona. The Melvin Ellingsons, who have been working'for L. V. McWhorter, have moved to West Bend. Mrs. W. A. MacArthur and Mrs. W. T. Peters were Des Moines visitors last Thursday. •Maybelle Gray recently pledged to the Zetalethean sorority at M.orn- ingside college. Mrs. F. L. Ryerson and baby returned home from the Algona h«e- pital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Topp spent the week-end with relatives at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Peterson, Titonka, visited at W. A. MaoArthur's Sunday. The.JD. T. Hobsons attended a family reunion at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Helen Meinzer, Waterloo, is visiting her nephew, A. H. Meinzer. Mrs. Melissa Trunkhill spent last week with her son, J. P. Trunkhill. S. J. Fardal spent the week-end with his parents at Stanhope. The Otto Schmidts, Fenton, visited Sunday at Squaire Hudson's. only remaining sister of Mrs. John Seip, of Algona, and an aunt of Carl Selp. The Arch Walkers were dinner guests of Mrs. Edith Rich- and the 'Lewis Broesders a week ago Sunday. lived neighbors, to several years ago. entertained last week. They the Robinsons [LEGAL NOTICES| NOTICE OP INCOBPOBATIOlf Notice is given of the formation of a corporation which shall be known as E. N. Taylor, Ine., with principal pJace of business at Algona, Iowa. The general! nature of :he business is to deal la building materials and fuels. The authorized capital! etock is 510,000.00, ten shares at $100.00 per share being paid in. The corpora:ion shall function from; date of September 21st, A. D. 1932',. for a jerlod of twenty years- therefrom. Walter B. Rae, William' Edward Taylor and E. N. Taylor shall eom- jrlse the Board of Directors* Walter B. Rae shall act as president *a& N. Taylor as Secretary-Treasurer, said Board and offlcers< -to' conduct the affairs of the' corporation! until the first annual meeting: to- beheld January 1st, 1933 at tew o'clock .. m. of said day, at whibhi time' one- director shall be elected toi serve for one year, one director for- a termi of :wo years and one director for at :erm of three years. At said! meeting a president and secretary-treasurer shall be elected for- a one-year period, the Board of Directors' and! officers of said corporation' to b& sleeted by the holders; of tiie' common stock of the corporation; tinder the Artclles: off Enoor.pOBa- :ion, the personal property o£ tha- stockholders shall be exempt from iorporate debt. WALTER: B: TKA3S, President. E. N;. T&YLfMJ; '-6 Secretary-Treasurer. WHAT WILL GAMBLE'S DO next! 'Now you con sell them your worn tires for $2.27 to $7.60 each, from Standard List on new G. & J.'s. Equip for slippery driving. 28-6 Hopkins, Fred _ •ett, Frieda Willrett, L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the bounty Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa tfelvin Rieken, Mrs. Melvin Rieken Kossuth county, Iowa, H. N. Kruse ~ county ...... „_ Bank, Algona, Iowa, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Northeast Quarter :NE%) of Section Eighteen (18) in Township Ninety-Six (96) North, of Range Twenty-eight (28), West of :he 5th P. M., Kossuth county Iowa, except Right-of-Way of :he Chicago and Northwestern Railway Company; and I will jroceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as 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 3rd day of November, 1932, at :he east door of the courthouse in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, a1 the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 3rd day of October, :9S2,. L, E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. J. L. Borrar, NOTICE OP SHJElliWS STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY,. S3. Case No.. Wfli4a. Notice is hereby given that, by vir>- tue of a Special Execution) dSceetedi reeled to me from.' the Clark of the District Court ofi Kossuth; county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered; la said Court on tha>.27tiii day ot Sep/- tember, 1932, in favor- ofi Aetna Life Insurance Company, 'as, plaintiff, and against AC. F.. GianiftaGh,, as defendant, for tlio sum of Fifteen Thousand Thuee- Husaired Eighty and 57/100 ($15,3«0,E7> Dollars and costs, taxed at Two- Hundred: Fifteen and &8/100 C$215.58> Hollars and accruing costSi. I 1 hav& tevted upon the following, deeaertbedi real property as the property of the- said M. P. Gronbactt, widower, F. Besten- lehner, Harold Ntelson, and R. W. Kinneta to satisfy said execution, to-wit: All that part of the Southeast Quarter (SB%) of Section Fifteen (15), Tbwnsbip Ninety-four (94) North, Range Twenty-eig-ht(2-8) Weat of the- Fifth. (Principal Meridian lying West of the Right-of-Way of the C. & N. W. Railway contain- undersigned. Dated this 28th day of September, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Koseuth County, Iowa. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No. 1408?. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed „ „ „„« fl u U « U i- loe a oe] to me from the Clerk of the District me this 3rd day of October. 1932 r.™,,* * »„.„.*!. .«..*. of Kossuth county, Iowa, on Judgment rendered In said Court the 30th day of September, 1838, ia, Dated this 3rd day of 'October By Everett L. 'Harris, Deputy Case No. 14196. Notice is hereby given that by vlr :ue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District lourt of KosButh county; Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 3rd day of October, 1932, in Plaintiffs Attorney., 4-5 STATEMENT of the Ownership, Management, Clr- cnlatfon, Etc, Required by the Act o'f Congress of August 94, 1912, of KTosstrth County Advance, pub- listted weekly at Algona, Iowa for OctoBeir'l. 1»S2. State of Iowa, Jounty of Kossuth, ss. Before me, a notary public in and for- the State and,County aforesaid icreonally appeared D. E. Dewel who;, having, been dujy sworn ac cording to law, deposes and says :hat he Is the business manager 01 :h«> Koesrath County Advance, and ;hat the" following Is, to the best o] hi» knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Ac of August 24, 1D13, embodied in section 411, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse this form, to-wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher — Advance Publishing Co., Unincorp., Algona, Iowa. Editor — W. C. Dewel, Algona Managing Editor—D. E. Dewel Algona, Iowa. Business Manager—D. E. Dewel Algona, Iowa. 2. That the owner is: Advance Publishing Co., Unin- corp., Algona, Iowa. W. C. Dewel, Algona, Iowa. D. E. Dewel, Algona, Iowa. 8. That the known bondholders mortgagees, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds mortgages, or other securities are- None. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the owners, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security """ " the in conditions under which stockhold ers and security holders who do no appear upon the books of the com pany as trustee, hold stock and se In a of a bona thi affiant has no reason to believe tha 4-5 any other person, association, o corporation has any interest dlrec or Indirect in the said stock, bonds or other securities than as so state by him. D. B. DEWEL, Business Manager Sworn to and subscribed befor (My commission expires ' • 4, 1988.) BUSINESS DIRI FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE BOCOHT 100 DOZEN LADIES' SILK UNDIES from one of the big manufacturers, and are going to sell them at 25c each. They are-mostly 50c retailers, with lots of $1.00 Values mixed in. This lot contains Teddys, Dancettes, large and small Bloomers, Step- ins, Night Gowns, ahd Skirts. So get your supply while they last, at • 25c Each Just unpacked—a new shipment of 22x44 Bath Towels* and out they go „ at 2 TOWELS FOR _———__— We carry the Monarch Silk and Rayon Hose dies, with a positive garter -, run-stop, pair'---'-^ ' Girls' Tarns and Berets, winter weight ahd beautiful styles, choice —_——_'. Boys' and men's calfskin Belts, all size'}::: ___________ Silk for-in-hand . Ties, nice ones — ________^_. Ladies'fabric Gloves, all the new colors —_ Ladies' fine Lisle Hose, 2 pair for . . i Our line of.$2.95 silk dresses and $8.96 winter coats are the talk of all the women folks and they are one of the big reasons why we are always busy. If you want to save a few dollafs this Fall get on the band • wagon and trade at . 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c Neville's Toggery Algona, Iowa FREE! A 50c pocket key case and license card holder with a change of oil or fill of 8 gallons or more of gasoline. 1 Only one to any one person. Ked Crown gasoline makes cars run better. Also Moblloil. Used Cars One '31 Chevrolet Coach One '29 Whippet Coach One '31 Ford Sedan One '31 Chevrolet Coach Buy your Alcohol now before your radiator freezes. Hot water heaters for all makes of cars. Reduced prices on glass and parts. CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE KOHLHAAS BROS. I PHONE 200. ALGONA, IOWA ANDEBSfWS LITTLE THCATIZE "NOW LISTEN BILL 1 ? 'SAID WILLIAM'S MISSUS,*THIS HOME YOU'LL r NEVER HEAT >WITH ,-• ', KISSES/ "AS A ROMEO i YOU'RE REAM HOT STUFF- BUT THE L COAL YOU s BUVS NOT HOT ENOUGH.' TRY TO SAVE A CENT OR.TWO- VOUR DOLLARS &d UPTHe FLUE. 1 THE .CHEAPEST COAL- *. AND YOU KNOW IT wru- -IS THE QUALITY KIND THAT HEAT DOES > x| SPELL/' 1 PHONE US_WHIN IT* A LOAD or Anderson Grain and Coal PHONE 3O8 FOR S E R Vjl C E APPEARANCE COUNTS IN BUSINESS We will dry clean and press y QU r overcoat for style and beauty. »• Purs cleaned and repaired. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 SPECIAL NOTICE _ GI ^ASS OF ALL KINDS JOE%EENBERC W< December W. B. Quarto Phones: Phones: office' 8. E. Mcltf., 403. Phone 206; Phono igo ni ^^~^n Iowa Attonioj-.At.J, aw over Iowa =: 0«lce. -sSssS-Srf , AlP-nno T« ™ ^ W. D. JI.JJ.U1U5WB. JLQ pBteopathlc Physician and S,q. Located over Hub Blllard fob Phones: Office 187, R«, t K.A. ETA}fS,Jf.D. ' Over Borchardt Drug Stun' Phones: Residence 312, bttietlj Algona, Iowa. ~ i ,DENTISTS BB. H. M. OI80H Dentist Gas and novocalne used Jof i tractjon. Located over Christensen ,._ Phones: Business 166, residentj jAlgona, Iowa VETERINARIANS I/. W. FOX J. B. WINKEl Veterinarians West State Street, Algon»j| Phones: Office, 475-W.; re»,tf BUILDING CONTRAC COWAN i SON General Contractors Estimates FurnliMl Phones: Business, C39-J; raj r^ MACHINISTS NOB/TON MACHINE WO«B| Machinists and Welded Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and B« West of Courthouse PhoMJ INSUKANCE KOSSUTII COPNTI -j, IJTSUBANCE ASSOCUTWy Over $16,000,000 worth of In tn force. A home company. ••cure. J, O. Pawofl, " City Property Loan* Farmt. Insurance. Real JMtite, CUNNINGHAM * I 107 W. State St. THIS WOMAN LOS1 45 POUNDS OF "Dear Sirs: For 3 montH J been using your salts and «n>J much pleased with results. 45 Ibs., 6 inches in hips "' measure. I've taken 3 b< lasting 5 weeks. I bad ( to reduce by dieting but nevey keep Jt up, but by cutting r taking Kruschen I've nan results. I highly recommf my frlends."-Mrs. Carl Manton, Mich. , To'low fat SAFELY-and LESSLY, take a half teas? Kruschen in a glass of hot the morning before t miss, a morning. To go light on fatty meats, cream and pastrles-a * Jasts 4 weeks costs but a don't take chances -- be WKt 1 n u w! l i!* b ^ Bprchardt's or a"? America. If not Jo: after -the first bottle-. No rawe Wtaafo*, headaches, says^ before »«*!» «1<* ' your

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