Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1932 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX ' KOSSUttt CQtmtY ADVANCES. AtQONA, JQWA 15-1932 RICH-DELICIOUS Fruit Cakes Made from creamery butter, raisins, citron, orange, and lemon peel, red candied cherries, currants, dates and candied pineapple. Do not confuse our fruit cakes with the over-the- counter variety — there's taste, and that richness that comes only fi-om the best materials, cram-jam full of goodness. Your choice of two kinds— if you order early—the dark at 50c per pound, the light at GOc. THORPE'S BAKE SHOP PHONE 627-W HOLIDAY Fares Slashed EUB THE CHKISTMAS - XEW YEAH SHA.SOJf WITH THK FOljKS HACK HOMK Extra Low Round Trip Fares all stations on Tlic Milwaukee Itoiul oast of Idalio: a Inn to Spokane, Seattle, Tac'cima, I'nrtland, and many other piiiiTtK in the Pacific North- wetU, ami Lo many points east (if Chicago. 25% reduction In round trip sloop- ing 1 cur rales hetwoon corlain slu- tions on r !'lu> Mlhva (i l<t)(> lloiul. Travel by train, fast—comfortable— eafe. Any of our agents will be happy assist you with for the holidays; call on them. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD 7532 FENT m GIRL ITTEMORE MAN'S BRIDE Ponton, Dec. 13—A quiet home wedding took place at L. J. Wels- hrod's at 5:30 last Thursday, when the daughter Gladys became the bride of Kern Elerick, Whlttemore. Tho Rev. .T. T. Snyder performed a double-ring ceremony. Only Immediato relatives were present. The bride, the youngest daughter of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Welsbrod, was born and reared here, and was graduated from the Fenton high school in 1930. She is also a graduate of the Iowa Beauty Culture school and has been practic- TONE H. S, DECLARERS WIN 2 GUPS Lu Verne, Deo. 13—The local Junior High declamatory contestants honored Lu Verne by bringing home both cups from contests last week AA r edncsday evening at Burt and AA'esley. At Burt DeRae Lichty won first in the oratorical class with The Significance of the Stars and Stripes, while Evan Lichty won first in humorous with Blue Eyed Sheik. Gordon Dimler won first in oratorical at AVesley with International Peace, and Maxine Smith won second with The AVhlte Hands of Tel- ing at AVhlttemore during the last | ham. The Lu Verne contestants yenr. T/he bridegroom, the son of Mrs. Emma Elerick, Keosauo.ua, is a graduate of .the high school there and of the dairy department of Iowa State college. He is employed at the Whlttemore creamery. The couple will live and are already domiciled in an apartment on south main. Tho bride wore :i stono grey and silver color gown. '.Her sister Nettie AVeis- brod attended her in a gold-colored gown. The bridegroom was attended •by Norman Walker, Algona. A two- course dinner was served immediately after the ceremony. Flower decorations were pom-poms. had the training of their teacher, Irene Swenson, and Mrs. Opal Morrison. MHliodst Society TIears Program — Tho iMothodlst W. F. M. S. met at the church one day last week; Mrs. 11. C. Goetsch and Humphrey, hostesses. Mrs. Mrs. C. .1. F. Mothers' Jewels Meet Saturday— The Mothers' Jewels met Saturday with their leader, Mrs. H. C. Allen, 25 children and five mothers attending. After a program of stories about the Japanese and the Chinese and music, there was a play hour, and lunch was served. The children had been given Indian headbands with one feather, and each child has the privilege of buying extra feathers at 2c each, the money going to missions. They wear the bands at meetings till they have ten feathers, when they can take them home. JS'«wcl had charge of devotionals, entitled The Cup of Cold AVater. Mrs. J. T. Snyder had charge of the program: main topic, The Salt Marsh Poverty. The following leaflets were road: Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, Evil j Bernard AA r olf conducted a gift ex- Club Moots In llio Country— The .T. J. club had a Christmas party Friday at the country home of the president, Mrs. AVffliam Hefty. iMrs. AValter Hefty gave a demonstration on making poinsettias, and .member made a bouquet. Mrs. Arrows: Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, change. Twelve members and one China's Ancient Arts; .Mrs. George guest, Mrs. T. L. Williams, .attended. Koetteher, Sharing the Burden; There will be no more meetings till Mrs. Philip Weinbrod, With Our after the holidays. Workers in China: Mrs. Frank Me- KYill, Lifting Loads. Georgia Gerhardt, .Janet McFall, and Dickie Meyers each gave a recitation, and they sang Little Sunbeams.. A piano- logue, Just a Christmas Lullaby, by Verona Woisbrnd, with Node, I,!i A r onic Split flumes— The Bode and .Lu A r erne basketball teams split a double-header at night, hard- the gymnasium here Friday the local girls winning a fought game, 20-1!), and the hoys AYoUhrod at the piano, program. closed the Auxiliary Has (JiilMing Party— •Members oC the Legion Auxiliary losing, 30-24. Roy Martin, of Goldfield, wa« referee. The locals will play at West Bend this week 'Friday. Women Sew for Hod Cross— Seventeen members of the Luther- attended a quilting party at Mrs. E. j , in Aid met at the H _ s domestic C. Fauerby's last week Monday j HC j ence rOOm j ast Thursday morn- evening. A quilt and other dona- and made cnil dren's dresses, ....................... tkms wi 'l be sent to the "supply i s iip Si and rompers from Red Cross your travel plans j snelE " at Des Moines to be distrib- ; goodg . Eacn woman took a covered- to don't hesitate to EMERGENCY LOANS INTEREST ON UNPAID BALANCE FOll ACTUAL TIME LOAN HUNS Loans made on Automobiles, Household G-ood.s, Live Stock, etc. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. Our "Inland" plan o-f loans will meet with your approval because they are convenient and helpful. Quick service, confidential, no signers or endorsers required. Twenty months to repay if necessary. Loans made same day as applied for. LOANS MADE TO PURCHASE MILCH COWS AT A LOW RATE OUT OF TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment made on a budget schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Office located 1st door north of Iowa State Bank. uted to the needy families of ex-ser- ; clish| and they eewed tH1 4 vice men. The Legion members held j _ a membership banquet the same Churches Hold Joint Greeting's — evening in the Legion hall. The p _ The Presbyterian and Evangelical members of the city council who j churches began Sunday were holding- .their regular meeting; services together Sunday evening at the the same evening were invited to be their guests at an oyster stew. Evangelical church. They will continue through the winter, alternating the place of worship. P. T. A. Program In Given— At a P. T. A. meeting last week i Llvormore Girl is Married— Tuesday night at the high school : The Rev. William Baddeley offi- auditorium, a one-act 'play, Daring elated at a wedding at Liver-more Daughters, sponsored by the AVom- j Friday, when Pauline Harmon and an's club, was given by Meedames : William Altgirbers were married at F. P. Newel, J. T. Snyder, J. A. i tn>e frowie of {he bride's parents. Schwartz, C. H. Geronsln, AV. T. !., . , _ ~ — „ . Ohm, and E. J. Frank, Mathilda | I n j±£» » a "? Mot SeTC " ; ****— vressin, teacher of the first and Wesley Girls Lose to Whittemore; Boys Win Wesley, Dec. 13—'Last week Wesley's basketball teams played Whlttemore high school here, the and the AVhlttemore girls won, 22-18, but the AVesley boys were victors, 30-20. Most of the local boys' squad took part, and the second team played one whole quarter. A game with Thompson which was to have been played here 'Friday evening was called off because of the death of Mr. Clifton, elsewhere reported; It will be played this week Wednesday evening. AVesley plays the Presentation academy, AVhittemore, here this week Friday ... In a Junior high declamatory contest last week AVednesday, Lu Verne won cups both here and at Burt. Lone Rock was second here, and AA'esley bled Burt for third. At Wesley Harold Hansen won second In oratorical, Madeline Erdman third in dramatics. Unmniet for School Hoard, Faculty— A banquet for the school board and faculty given by the Home Economics girls will take place at the schoolhouse this week Tuesday evening. Christmas decorations will be used. The program will consist of a violin solo by Paul Garman, a vocal solo by Donadelle Haynes, Maurine Hansen, accompanist, and en attended funeral services last Thursday. Mrs. Karl Lander and her daughter, Viva Duvall, have both been sick for several weeks. Miss Duvall Is reported somewhat Improved. Mildred Benton, Emmetsburg teacher, spent the week-end with hoi* parents. Gross receipts from the Methodist bazaar and eupper Saturday, were $52. LEDYARD WINS 'DEGLAM' CUP VS, 3 SCHOOLS Ledyard, Dec. 13 — Last week AVednesday evening one of the county Junior-Hi declamatory . contests was held In the high school auditorium here, with four schools, Ledyard, Grant, Bwea City, and Lakota represented. Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Algona, was critic judge. Following ie the program: Oratorical—The Rider of the Black Horse, (Boyd Leslie, Ledyard; a reading by Catherine Wolf. A ' The Conservation of Wild Life, three-course dinner will be eervcct. j Reuben Pederson, Grant; Call to Twenty guests will attend, and there I Arms, William Pqwevs, 'Lakota; I da y. captains the paet W^eki &*•&& slou was unanimously elected n« the glrle' captain .and trvln Kllnkftlek the same for the boys. Other tedyatd News. Wm. Weimer went to Redding Friday. His mother accompanied him .to Ames to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Tlllmoney, who Is spending the winter there. Mrs. Sprank and her daughter, Lyle Hamm, went to 'Eldora last week Wednesday to see the former's mother, who la very 111. They returned Thursday. Mrs. J. T. Welfare, Mrs. Albert West, and Mrs. Charles Hllferty were at Buffalo Center last Thursday. George Watts returned to Waseca Saturday, after having picked corn for Del Barslou several weeks. Mrs. J. T. Welfare, Mrs. Charles Hllferty, and Mrs. Ben GIsch were at Blue Earth Saturday. Mary Mason, Lakota, spent Sunday with her sister Maxlne at George Thompson's. Clifford Jenks and C. T. Junkine were at the Earl Jcnks home, Blue Earth, Saturday. L. W, Weimer and V. A. Barrett were in Blue Earth Saturday on business. Mrs. Cecil Peterson entertained the Sewing Circle last week Monday evening. •Mrs. Ben'Gisch, Elmore, spent the week-end at the parental J. T. Welfare's, Mrs. D. B, Mayer will entertain the Methodist Aid this week Thurs- Out* entire stock Is Included In this Christmas Sale of Footwear! Stock Must Be Reduced Regardless of Cost Woman's patent straps n» * ^ I and ties „. _ _ —51.98 Children's Shoes _ and Slippers _ 9oC Men's Work ^«% j Shoes- 3)2.45 SOc 1 Children's Shoes, odd lot Men's Rubber Arties Women's Wool Hose will be a social time, also bridge. Fifteen to County Aux Meet,— 'Fifteen women attended a county Legion Auxiliary meeting at Titonka last week Tuesday: Mesdames George Aldrich, Lester Lease, Robt. Welter, Halvor Flom, Halvor Flom Sr., William Garman, Alfred Erdman, R. C. Bauer, Kate Kennedy, J. T. (Meurcr, Anthony Johnson, .T. L. Studer, Tom Forburger, and Misses Hertula and Laura Wolf. The next county meeting will -be held here in March. Clul) I'liiiis Clirlslmns Tilcet — The Christmas meeting of the Study club will be held at Mrs. Am an American, Reginald Winter, Swe'a City. Dramatic—Mickey's Marker, Dorothy Colwell, Grant; Hector Comes Through the Lilac Hedge, Cleo Gable, Ledyard; White Hands of Tel- ham, Margaret Schraeder, . Lakota; Scratch, the Newsboy's Dog, Frances Thomson, Swea City. Humorous—(Baseball Story, Berdeen Baum, Lakota; Jimmy Jones Herman Gable opened .the Produce station Monday morning. * City; Naughty Zell, Edith Ledyarffr Little Brother Vim, Wilma Speicher, Grant. Swea City won the cup here, getting first in each group;. .Ledyard ranked second. The same evening three Ledyard contestants went to Lakota and spoke. PAYNE R, & T, GROUP LEADS REST OF STATE IN SALES AV. J. Payne, daughter Alice, Charles Klamp, and Elliott S. AVeart, Laurens, drove to Fort Dodge Dec. B to attend a north*est Iowa sales meeting o£ Register &' Tribune subscription county managers. Mr. Payne is district manager of a group if 29 county managers, and Mr. Klamp is Kossuth manager. ' Alice serves as secretary to her father. At the meeting bonus checks were distributed for exceed- Men's House Slippers——^_. Women's high Shoes Dawson's.thls week Thursday. Ap- i Ledyard' won the cup there, Evelyn . . propriate readings will be given, and,, Mnyno and Ruth Estle .scoring first '""of n" TV ",^ n^o'vn^ there will be Christmas song;? and |nnd Mai . ve j Drew tt fourth ln ora tor- "^"L^^L,*^ carols. Instead of bestowing gifts ] ca i. on one another, members recently voted to send. $4 to the Iowa Children's home, Des Moines. Cong'ls Hold Annual Meet— The Congregatonalists held their annual business meeting Saturday evening, all members attending. Ole RIom was elected chaimran, Pete Seaberg, treasurer, Mrs. Silas Skow, secretary. Trustees ai-e Herman Carlson, August Engstrom, and Peter Seaberg., Joi-gen Skow is Sunday school superintendent. Felts Are at Florida Home— Mrs. 'Ben Hopkins has received a Wow Sclioor Point System— A new honor point system has been introduced in the school. An A entitles a pupil to 4 honor points; "B", 3; C gives 2; D, 1. An average of 2.S honor points and' m> grade be- three have been employed and trained -by Mr. Payne in the last six years, and his managers have led the other three districts in the state in dollars of production during 43 weeks out of tlie last 62. The northwest district 'has also led the other districts in percentage of low'c makes a student eligible for, t noto solcl 31 times In the 52 woeks ' the honor roll. The following sen- j for high pupils met the ments: Friest, Fern Lewis 3.25 points; and require- TTielma juniors — Anna Jones, James Logan, 3'.2'5, Tilmer Halvorson, 3 points;- sophomores — Elaine Blome 3.25, Lyl'a Hamm O NE OF OUR BEST SIDELINES is mimeographing. This is the reproduction of typewriting on paper or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of this work u r e do. We mimeograph bulletins, Children's and Women's Cotton Hose Women's House - 50c $1.00 SOc lOc 95e l- Slippers- Listed here are only a few of the many extra special bargains. Footwear Hakes An Weal Gift. 6ROWNELL SHO y. Saajswssa)^^ &iq^.Vei^flrtg!&^ WE11 MAKE YOU A VERY SUCCESSFUL SANTA T Ella Goetz 3; freshmen — Luetta etters. cards, etc., and the cost is Gelhaus and' John EstTe- 3'. In' Jim- tnu&h, less than printing. Suppose letter from Mrs. Ben Felt, who with I i 0 r-lii, Sth grade Lois Wilson and vou want to send out a circular let- her husband, left by car Wednesday, j Henrietta O'Keefe 3'.S, EllwoocT! lclr '- a notice of any kind, or a card. November 9, for Florida. They ar- Green 3.6, Cleo-Galile- 3'.4', Doris; Wei- We mimeograph the job for you in n ived at Rockledge at 4:30 p. m. second grades, gave a demonstration on TIow I Teach Reading, and Mar- •ie Kleinhecksel, seventh and eighth grades, gave a demonstration; on: low I Teach English, Miss Smith sang a solo. Bjustrom FOR Radios Philco Headquarters Models in Stock $18.75 to $250.00 Tube tested free 15c allowance On old tubes Everything in Supplies Ellen 1 Koonee was seven Sunday, and seven schoolmates and her teacher, Nbrma Partridge, were en- tertaned' at a Mrthday party Saturday afternoon. llrthday Tea Is Given— Eight of the Methodist Aid members gave a 'birthday tea at the church dining room Friday afternoon, serving more than 60. • The program consleetd of a pantomime jy Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. George Boettcher, and Verona and Maxine< Weisbrod; "A Small Boy's Essay on 1 . Pan,ts," Verona \Vesitorod; and a piano duet, Our Conquering Hero, Maxlne and Verona "Weisbrod, Junior High Declnm Held— Three junior high declamatory contestants went to Burt last week Wednesday night and three to Wesley to compete with other contestants. Going to Burt were Edward' Lindeey, oratorical, Hadley Bailey,, dramatic, and Eugene Newel, humorous; to Wesley; oratorical,. Fernandez Fauerby; dramatic,. Edith; Wofe; humorous, Ruth Espe. Featon did not win any firsts. (ierklns at Sioux City— Fenton friends received word i eently that the Rev. E. T. Gerliin, former pastor here, and his wife are .spending the winter with their daughter Lalla at Sioux City. They had lived at Seattle, near a sc since leaving Fenton. Sioux Cltyuii Preaches Here—The Hev. A. T. Quirin, Sioux City, preached at the Methodist church. Sunday. He wue scheduled to speak again the same evening, but decided j to go home before the snow drifted too much. Tcaclier on Jolj Ag-aln— Irene G'elsTreelcer has resumed her duties as 5th and 6th grade teacher, after a month's enforced vacation due to an appendicitis operation. Girl Here In Katflo Concert— Friend's of Vera Tiede listened" to a concert Sunday by radio given by a college glee club of whfeh she Is a, menrber. Sextette Slhprs at A Mgh school boys' sextette here sang at th« Lfvermore Methodist church Sunday morning. Other Lw Verne Jfewsr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson, North PTatte, Neb., stopped Friday night at Harry Lfchty's en route to Rochester, where Mrs. Robinson was to take treatment. Mr. Robinson is •Mrs. Lichty's brother. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Phyllis and Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended an oratorio, The Messiah-, gtven by the AVebster county choral unfon at Fort Dodge Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, Rubye, and Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey attended a birthday dinner at Renwick Sunday for Mrs. George Stoddard, 25 attending-. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason and a Mr. Benedict, Clarion, were at AV. B. Mason's last week AA r ednesday. A son was 'born to Mr. and Mrs, Irvin Barton Friday. IVesIeynn SU1I ADIng— "Grandpa" W. P. Giddings Is still ailing, though able to be up part of Tie time. His grandson, AVllliam Giddings, and granddaughter, Mrs. Raymond Houaour, Burt, visited Eifm Sunday. (iraiidKini for August /iiniuchs— <Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach received word last week Monday that they had been made grandparents by the birth of a 10-lb. son to their sun Arnold and his wife at Grano, Class VIsIls at Mason City— The Home Economics class and ROUND TRIP Holiday Fares Over Christmas and New Year Reduced i.bout 5O per cent Besides, round trip .sleeping car rules cut -•">%. (Except Dec. 2G and .Ian. 2) Two opportunities to save money! Tike advantage of them . . . treat ,. , .j£ and your family to a Una.s or New Year vacation... ; , s visit the old home town . . . >y :i few days with relatives , : 'ld:i. ( i .y il.-ty fice. 1C In 25, inc., and ;. . ;;n t"> Jan. 1, inc.—uW> Dec. 2(i j ..jid .l.-.n. - to points within 200 mile their instructor, Mir*} loerger, drove to Mason City Friday and visited the Decker plant, the Pfaff bakery, and a sugar beet factory. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on u. judgment rendered in said Cour on the 3rd day of December, 1932, in favor of E. J. Yorker, as plaintiff and against Jessie Stoner and F. M Ktoner, as defendants, for the sun of Three Hundred Sixteen and 7S/100 ($316.78) Dollars and costs taxed at Thirty-five and 30/100 ($35.30) Dollars and accruing coats, I have levied upon the following de- Vedneeday, November 23. topped for short viets with They rela- ives and were 15 days on the road. fare 3; 7th grade—Alvira Halvorson 4, Beulah Looft 3.6, Bernard" Anderson 3.4, Ruth Estle 3.2, Geneva Gel- mus 3. The seniors-, had' the highest class average, witlr- the- juniors: second. B. ~R. Boys' Team Dbfcnted— Sick Babe Is Improving— Robert Le Roy, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, Is be- 'Jnning- to gain, following pneumonia, accompanied by serious digestive trouble. Mice Kyle was St. Other Wesley News. Margaret (Flaherty, nuree at Anthony's hospital, Carroll, spent the week-end with her parents. The Charles Paviks, Humboldt, visited :heir son, AVilliam Henderson. Mrs. Mary Goetz and Dorothy were Sunday dinner guests at the Ben Hopkins home. Mr. and Mre. Ben Hopkins are sick with severe colde. Mra. Hopkins is not allowed to leave the house. Jimmy and Billy Henderson are also sick with colds and frequent attacks of croup. Bible study will be held at the [Methodist church this week Tuesday evening. The Aid will with Mrs. Lester Lease this meet week Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Aldrich assisting. Lizzie Tielde, cousin of Mrs. Hanig and Mrs. George Ludwig, recently died at Ackley. The two local wom- fe'.v minutes, and the work cannot be toM from individual typewriting. And you cnn sign your name to the mimeograph stencil if you deelre, and 1 the signature will then appear on , every sheet.—Advance. 25tf as; tJie property of the said John L. Last week Tuesday evening- the i Rainusv and Grace Ramus, husband boys met with their first defeat of landl wife, Kossuth county, Iowa, W. this year. Swea City wag-the victor! Scott Hanna and Al Falkenhainer, vinning 36 to-9':. L'edyard'e- second 1 1 team won 17 to 15'. Friday tm? teams- went to Bancroft:. They won-, from .he Bancroft high-18 to 17 and from the St. John's academy 18' to> 13'. Methodist Supper- Is Success-— The Methodist b'azaair was- fteW last week Wednesday evening-;, and! 130 euppers were- served. As lot of fancywork and' candy were 1 served 1 ,, and the women cleared' $50;. B. B. Captains-: A'r«-. NUmed?— The basketball' team* ehoa<E ttestr Otlier Fenton News. e O. H. Grahams entertained Bribed real property as the prop- thelr bridge club u.st Thursday even- in Mrs. Charles Newel and F. P. erty of the said Jessie Stoner and F. 'M. Stoner, husband and wife, Ralph Stoner and Mrs. Ralph Stoner, husband and wife, and Moe & Sjogren to satisfy said execution, tovvit: Lot Six (U) Block Five (o), Auditor's Plat, Reservation Num- Thursday, return- )|el . Qne (1) Algomij Iowa _ an(J r wjn proceed to sell said property, or as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bid- Newel received the two high prizes, and Charles Newel received the convolution. Dr. and Mrs. S. AV. Meyer drove to Minneapolis last ing Friday, accompanied by the ter's raster, Myrtle Ilaamussen, who , ^"^h 7 ner 7 0 f Lmii; JU'iurn Limit ... to reach .star-in.:,- point l>y midnight Jan, 10.! l!i>ud in coat-lies; al*o i" .sleeping j cans on payment of special rates—^ in parlor cars on payment <-U' ivgu- lar si-at rates. CliUdron lull' fart 1 . BusH'aia> shocked Ask Agent for Pai'tirular.s CJHCAtiO & 17S5 North Western ilAIIAVAY Her, 10th came for a short visit. Dr. A. T. AVhitlow, Swca City, visit t-d at Dr. J. T. AVaite's last Thursday evening. The JI. J. Bowjnane, j Swea City, visited Dr. John Sanftner the same evening. Mr*. T. N. M-jFa 11 was taken with a nt/rious heart attack Saturday. .M:!.bc! Luiibs is assisting with the huu.si'liojd duties. Tho Walter AVlddels and the AV. It. AVolftti were entertained at 6 1932. o'clock dinner at II. H. AViddel's Sunday evening. The Royal Neighbors meet this for cash, In hand, on the day of January, 1933, at the cast door of ( the courthouse in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this Sth day of December, L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No. 14313. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 22nd day of November, 1D32, in favor of Mary M. Corle, as plaintiff and against .Michael J. Pfeffer and Anna E. Pfeffer, as defendants, for the sum of Twenty-six Thousand Two Hundred Thirteen and 42/100 ($20,213.42) Dollars and costs, taxed at Three Hundred 'Nineteen and S3/100 ($319.83) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Michael J. Pfeffer and Anna E. Pfeffer, his wife, and Kossuth county, Iowa; to satisfy said execution, to- wit: The Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Ten (10), except one acre in the Northwest corner used as school site, and the Northwest Quarter (N\V',4) of Section Eleven (11), all in Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-eight (28), AA'est of the Fifth P. M., and containing 319 acres, more or less, according to United States Government survey thereof; and I will proceed to tsell 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 3Lst day of December, 1932, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Koseuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the under- NOTICE OF 8HBKIF1"» »AMT STATE OF'IOWA*, KOSSUTH'COUNT'S, SS. Case-Nb; ?4290l Notice Is-hereby given that by vlr- tue of a' Special! EXeeu'tforo directed to me from i the Clerk of the District Court of Kdsmithi county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered' in said Co-art on the 29tir day of November,. 19J2, in favor of 'Philip* Scheme!, as plaintiff, and' agalrret J. F. Gilmore and Anna L.. Gilhiorej as- defendants; for the sum of TWelVe- Thousand Nine Plundred' Ninety-six- and OS/100 ($12,99«:08)> Dullars- and costs-, taxed at One Hundred' ETgftty-three and 65/100 ($TS3:65) Dollars and accruing costs, I have Te-vfed upon the following described' real property as the property of the said J. F. Gilmore anff Anna L. GiTmore, his wife, Ralph Gilmore and L. A. Andrew, Superintendent o-f Banking- of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, to satisfy- said execution, towit: The AVest half (AV'/S) of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) and the Northwest Quarter (NAV%) of the Southeast Quarter (SB%), all In Section (11)', Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-eight, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The- South Sixty ('S. 60) acres of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Sections Tern (10), the Southwest Quar- er (SAVVi) of'the Northwest Quar- er fNWK) of Section Eleven (11), 11 in Township Ninety-four (94) orth, of Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth ounty, lowar and I will proceed to en saffl property, or eo much there- C as may be necessary to satisfy aid execution, with costs and accru- ng- costs at public auction, to the fghest bidder, for cash, in hand, on •re 31st day of December, 1932, at he east door of the Court House In Ugona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at he hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due at- enoTance -will be given 'by the under- week Monday evening with Mrs. J. T. AVaite and will elect officers. Quarton & Miller, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 14-15 02S), West of the pal Meridian r and I Fifth Prlnci- will proceed to sell such property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said exec-ution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 31st day of December, 1932, al the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of sale day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 1st day of December 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 13-1 Dated this 1st day of December, 1932. L,. B. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County,- Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Sullivan. McMahon & Llnnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. J-3-14 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. , Notice is hereby given that b> virtue of a Special Execution direct cd to me from the Clerk of the Dls trict Court of Kossuth county, Iowa on a judgment rendered in sail Court on the 29th day of Novembei 1932, In favor of The Federal Latv Bank of Omaha, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against John L. Ra mus and Grace Ramus, as defend ants, for the sum of Ten Thousan' Two Hundred Seventy-one . an< 94/100 ($10,271.94) Dollars an costs, taxed at One Hundred Sixty five and 17/100 ($165.17) Dollars an accruing costs, I have levied upo: the following described real prpp^rt Dated this 1st day of December, «a. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Everett L. Harris, Deputy, wight G. Rider, Plaintiff's Attorney. 13-1 NOTICE OF SHEK.IFF'8 SALE 1TATE OF IOAVA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by vlr- ne of a Special Execution directed o me from the Clerk of the District ourt of Kossuth County, Iowa, on Judgment rendered in said Cour an the 29th day of November, 1932 n favor of H. R. Cowan & Son, co-partnership composed of H. R Cowan and H. J. Cowan, as plaintiff and against C. E. Geer and Blanch M. Geer, as defendants, for the sum of Four Hundred Twenty-Five and J2/100 ($425.32) dollars and costs axed at Ten and 75/100 ($10.75 Dollars and accruing costs, I hav evied upon the following describe! personal property as the property o the said C. E. Geer and Blanche M Jeer to satisfy said execution, to wit. a certain gasoline filling station ocated upon the following described n-emtees in the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, towlt: a tract o ground located at the corner o Phillips & McGregor streets in tin City of Algona, Iowa, described a follows: beginning at the Southeas corner of Lot Seven (7) of the Aud itor's plat of the Southeast Quarte (SE%) of the 'Southeast Quarte (<SE%) of Section Two (2) in Town ship Ninety-five (95) North, Rang Twenty-Nino (29) thence AVest 6 feet, thence North 107 feet 6 Inches thence East 66 feet, thence 'Sout' 107 feet, 6 inches to place c beginning; and I will procee to sell said property or s much thereof as may be necessary t satisfy said execution, with costs an accruing costs at public auction, t the highest bidder, for cash, In hand on the 23rd day of December, 1932 at the east door of the Court Hous in Algona, In Kossuth County, Iowa at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., o said day, when and where due'al tendance will be given by the under signed. 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