Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1933 · Page 6
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KOSStJttt COtttTFir APVAKCJg. AiflOMA, JM* SENEGA GIRLS WIN B,B, TILT VS, L, R, GIRLS Titonka Independents Defeat Wesley, 89-50 Lone Rock, Feb. largest crowds that has witnessed a * llc _ Wesley, Feb. 14 — Last week Wednesday the Titonka town team _ met our town team here, and won, 14 one ot the | GO-SO. Our freshmen played against j who is now In this country. The clothing will go to the province In which Miss Thompson is interested. high school basketball game on the local floor in recent years watched Lone Rock finish its home schedule Friday evening. The Lone Rock girls were defeated by the Seneca girls largely because of the basket shooting of Dorcella Jensen, Seneca star forward. The iSeneca boys, playing without Oodden, regular center, were defeated 31-14. Though defeated by Seneca:*' the open- being much larger and heavier, defeated our it earn, 2G-4. At the last home game, with Rake, Friday, the girls' contest was a tie, 22-22. Our boys easily won, 50-17, making the 14th successive win. Every member of the squad had a chance to .play, and the second team seemed to make as good scores as the first. The last boys' game will be with Cbrwith this week Thursday night. Lone Rock girls won the first cham- i The girls play Seneca in the tour- pionship of the North Koesuth Conference by having won five out of nament at Lone Rock this week Friday night at 9 o'clock. Seneca elx conference games for an overage | has been steadily Improving during of .833, wliile Seneca is in second j the season, and last week defeated fclace with three wins in four con- j Lone Rock, which has been consld- ference gmmes for an average of .750 j ered the The Seneca game was the last one ! county. on the schedule for the 'Lone Rock leading team in the girls. Tt also marked the last regular scheduled game for three mem- Fnreivoll for Father IVesslInp— A farewell party was given for S. S. Teachers to At .Torgen Skew's this week Tuesday evening, the officers and teachers of the local Scandinavian Congregational Sunday school will entertain officers and teachers from the Sunday schools at Britt and the Upper Flat. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten will attend, and there will be a program In the course of which methods and plans of Sunday school work will be talked over. "\Vessllngr Housekeeper Farewell— The local Catholic Daughters of America tendered Emma Hoddap, Father Wessllng's housekeeper, a farewell party Friday evening, and presented her a five-dollar gold- piece a a token of appreciation. , Party for Teachers, Pupils— Supt. and Mrs, Swanson will entertain the seniors and high school teachers at a valentine party this bers. Just the tournament games ! the Rev. Father Wessling at the remain for Marvll Marlow, center, lodge hall Monday evening, and he week Tuesday evening. Twenty-two and captain this year, Berneyce! was presented a $50 chair. All persons will attend members of the congregation will ! take supper at the hall. Sunday the 1 Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen, this Roderick, guard, and Lola Marlow, forward. The Lone Rock girls have had pastorate of Father Wessling-, of St. better than an average season. Out \ Joseph church, was ended here, and of ten game* they have won six and ! in the evening priests from all tied one. The Lone Rock boys have ! neighboring parishes called upon an even more impressive record for i him at his home. The party in- the year. The victory ovor Seneca eluded the Rev. Father Woerder- was their lIHh of the season. Only ; hoff, who is now at Alta Vista. The two games have been lo.st, both to'Rev. Father Wagner, Pocahontas, Iowa City. I will take Father Wessllng's place. The victory over Snnocn placed Father Wagner is a first cousin to Lone Rock buys in .aprnnd placo in the Xortii ICoristith rouferoncn. Swea City, tlv only Class A t.-nm in the coniYTfnn', holds first place. The S'.'iiiH'.-i frame mnrUed the lust appearance on (lie home* floor for six of the Ijrtm< Rock hoys. Only the Fonrrui iranie and tournament play remains for Robert Schmidt, forward and captain ; Glenn IIou.«o- holdor. cfnter; Harold Gro-w, guard: Ronndl Cln-i.siemson. forward. Mainard rj'.'iirich and Marvin Marlow. guards. In thr- girls' county tournament at Lone Hock this week the Seneca girt will he nut 10 recapture the county championship which thoy have hfl.I for the p.'i.n few years. The inv.-pocls ai-e that the goinir will not ; i.*y for them. Play start.? .••- 7 oV!ock Friday evening, When Lu Verne nuvrs "Bancroft. Thfe will %,-. followed l,y the Ledyard-Lon,> rjo.'k uMine and by the We.s!ey-Se 11e ca 2'a.im'. Whittemore | drew ,1 by... Tiie .semi-finiils will be played Saturday afternoon and the finals Saturday o\vnincr. the Rt. Rev. J. D. Fisch, Bancroft, at one time pastor at Wesley. Theron Hansons Adopt Daughter— IT. S. 'Dei-lnm' Last The 'declam 1 will be held at Klein- potcr's hall this week Wednesday evening: Oratorical—Clarence De- I-!oer. Sparticus to the Gladiators; Helen Franzen, The Unknown Soldier; Edward Funnemark, I Am Innocent of this Blood; Iva May Ward. Shall America Go Back? Dra- matic—Kthel Braley, The Law of Retaliation; Louise Kunz, Little Dub; Lotiine Kunz, Going Home; ; Mary T.orenz, The Telltale Heart; j .Tohnc-tte I.oot't. Laddie. Humorous , —Enar Franzen, His Pa 'Nishiated; • Wesley fanners, have taken for adoption a girl baby who is now 1G days old. They have named her Carol Norma. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby entertained the James Codys Sunday evening. The Wilbur Fishers visited Mrs. Fisher's family at Britt. The Leo Blecihs were at Algona Sunday evening. The John Hutch- isons and Miss McGee visited the Robert Hutchisons, Algona. The Hendersons were at Fort Dodge. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Britt and Wesley Congregational pastor, and Joseph Skow returned Saturday, having attended a convention at the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. Mrs. Bernsten, being in poor health, remained in Chicago with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abrahameon. Mrs. Fred Diekmann, who had been confined to her home two or OFFICIAL NOTICE BOARD OF RiAIOjROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA To the Citizens of Kossuth County: Notice Is hereby given that Jefferson Transportation company, a corporation of Minneapolis, Minnesota, now operating as a passenger motor carrier within the State of Iowa, has made an. application to the Iowa Board of Railroad Commissioners, under the provisions of Chapters 252-A1 and 252-A2, Code of Iowa, 1931, to transport a limited amount of freight, not to exceed three hundred (300) pounds, on each passenger carrying motor vehicle operating over the various routes now served. The Board of Railroad Commissioners has fixed Tuesday, (February 28, 1933, 10 o'clock a. m., at Its office in Des Molnes as time and place for hearing said application. BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA. Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. Des Moines, Iowa, February 3, 1933. 22-23 three gland weeks with tonsilitis trouble, was able to be and out Frances Kunz, Dedicating the Grau-; Sunday. Mrs. Swen Xelson is suf- ticle Gas Blue-Eyed Station; James Lloyd, i fering from high blood pressure, Sheik: Marie Reno. Dot-j and is in bed part of the time. ly Dippendalo. There will be musical numbers by a mixed chorus. nmry tournament be- [ women, who, as soon as they are i of the cold, but will meet at the Algnna noxt week Thursday ; Christianized, The gin at evening. Ais far as tournament dicaments so the Lone Rock Wesley boys have somewhat To }fake Dresses for Africans— The Congregational Aid will meet with Mrs. Bentele this week Thursday afternoon to sew. They will make print dresses for African The meeting of the Study club was postponed last week to this I week Thursday, since the prospective hostess, Mrs. Bleich, had been injured by a fall. It will be held at .Mrs. Bleich's. The Methodist Bible Study class not meet last week on account evince a pre- i adopt civilized clothing. and women's interest was aroused by a desire to ; parsonage this week Tuesday even- The local;ing. •Mrs. Leo Bleich slipped on the ice the ' talk given by Mi?s Thompson, mis- one day last week and fell, sprain- best records among the Class B'eionary to Swaviland, South Africa, | ing one hand severely, schools, but Ledyard and Lu Verne ; I are close behind, and may forge to the front in tournament play. Lone Rock's first game will be with Ledyard Thursday evening at 9 o'clock. Mother's Club Hears Program— The Mother's club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. C. M. Gross, Mrs. Ralph Reidel and Mrs. Harry Fector assisting. Roll call wered with girls 1 'Bible names. After , a business meeting Lillian Angus: of thelr 13th weddln » anniversary save talks on children and the Friday evening, at Lawrence Beck- Two Couples at St. Joe Observe Anniversaries St. Joe, Feb. 14—Mr. and Mrs. was ans- i ^nton Becker gave a dance in honor Wednesday for an appendicitis operation. Sabbath school lessim. An open dis-! ei "s. The Stephen Loss orchestra cussion w.-vs held on children's al- i furnished music, and all who didn't lowances. Tho roll call for March ' care to dance played cards. Lunch will be signs of spring. jwas served to 100 persons. Thia was • j the 69th birthday of Peter Lenertz, airs, f'has. Morris T,os«s Aunt— who makes his home at Lawrence's. Mrs. Charles Mori-fa received word! Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirsch cele- 'Sunclay night of aunt, Mrs,. John 111. Mrs. Morris, the death of her ' brated their 12th wedding annivers- Mey Freeport, ary last week Wednesday evening Mrs. Will Chris- with a dance at the Livermore hall. tenson, and Mr.s. T-fenry Manus and The Iowa Blues, ATgona, furnished son Albert, Burt, left Tuesday i music. The crowd wasn't as large morning for Freeport, to attend the!as it would have been, due to severe funeral. Mr.s. Jay Goddon is stay- ! weather. ing at the Charles Morris home till they return. Legion Auxiliary Gives Party— The Legion Auxiliary gave a card party last week 'Monday evening. There were seven talilos of bridge and two of f,00. The hiRh prizes at bridge went to Neva Thompson and A. W. Ljimpe; low to Mrs. W. G. Other St. Joe. NOT1CES| ' MOtlCE Of LETTING •Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 2 p. m., February 28th, 1933, for supplies and material as follows: 90,000 bd. ft. bridge plank; 1 carload red cedar piling; 6,000 lin. ft. corrugated metal culvert pipe; 85,000 gal. of gasoline and 1 carload of lubricating oil. February 13th, 1933, E. J. BUTU3R, 23-24 County Auditor. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by vir- ue of a Special Execution directed o me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 27th day of January, 1933, in 'avor of Fred L. Doty, as plaintiff, md against Jennie Riley, as defend- int. for the sum of Nine Hundred Thirty-one and SS/100 ($931.88) Dolars and costs, taxed at Sixty-two and 69/100 ($52.69) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the 'ollowing described Real property as the property of the said Jennie / Riley, Charlie Ramus, William Funk, ct al, to satisfy said execution, tovit: East One-third of Lot Two (2), Block One Hundred Thirty (130), ind West Two-thirds (W 2/3) of iOt Two (2), Block One Hundred- Thirty (130) gona, Iowa; Call's Addition to Aland I will proceed to sell said property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and teeming costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 9th day of March, 1933, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned'. Dated this 6th day of 'February, CARlL- DAHLHA.XJBER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss;. Depnity. P. A. Danson, • Plaintiff's Attorney; 2tf-2'4 four (94) North ot, nine (29), west of BthvPt'Sfe, JKoaButh county, Iowa; arid f wjufprtifceed to sell-said property, or dPtnuctf there;of as may be neceSsary^'lb,- -satisfy said execution, with costs>,and accruing costs at public auction, to the* highest bidder, for cash, In -hand, on the 1st day of March, 1933, at the. east door of the Court House In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 1,0 o'clock a, m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 3l6t day of January, 1933. CARL- DlAiHL.HAU'S'ER, Sheriff of Koseuth County, Iowa. By CASEY, LOSS, Deputy. Dwlgh-t G. Rider, •Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-23 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 a Judgment rendered In said Court on the 24th day of January, 1933, in favor of The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as plaintiff, and against Esele Sullivan, Executrix of the Estate of John W. Sullivan, deceased, Stephen E. McMahon, as defendants, for the sum of Eighteen Thousand Five Hundred Ninety-eight and 27/100 Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Sixty and 68/100 Dollars and accruing costs, I have ley- led upon the following described real property as the property of the said Essie Sullivan, Executrix of the Estate of John W. Sullivan and Stephen E. McMahon, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The Southwest Quarter of Section One, (1), In Township Ninety-fiive (95), of Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., except the right-of-way .of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad Company, as the same is now located over and across said Southwest Quarter; also the South Half (S%) of the Northwest Quarter ('NW%) of said Section One (1), in Township and Range aforesaid, containing Two Hundred Thirty-Seven and Ninety- Three One Hundredths (237.93) acres, more or less; and I will proceed 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 25th day of February, 1933, at the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 2Cth day of January, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. iBy CASEY LOSS, Deputy. R. F. Clough, Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-23 Truck Driver Puts Out Fire— When Mr. Crawford, driver of an Algona creamery truck, came to the Arthur Werden oil station at the Four Corners, south of St. Joe, the other day, he noticed that the west part of the building was afire. Having a fire extinguisher in 'his truck, he put out the blaze. Little damage •Mr. and Mrs. John Reiling had as ruests Sunday the former's sister, Mary Reiling, and two of her friends, o£ Breda. Verna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lenertz, has returned to school, after several days of serious illness. The annual financial statement of •St. Joseph's church for 1932 was given out Sunday. Nell Hanifan, Algona, spent several days recently with her mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Huberty, newlyweds, have eturned from their honeymoon trip. Jas. Abraham, Shenandoah, spent .the week-end with the Mike Wilt- gens. Flaig and Oscar Bui-ing. Floy Jones] was done to the building, and James Aokerman received high at 500; Mixs. Otis Sanders and Ralph Priebc-, low. Helen Jfi'iiscii Has Hlrl Inlay— Mrs. R XT. .Jensen entertained Saturday in honor of her daughter Helen 1 * birthday. Attending: Luella Ackernmn. .lar-Uie Benjamin, Virginia and Darwin 'Fry, Mervyn Ra'hn, Ruby Leeper, Eul:i Mae and Betty .Ann Sharp, Charlotte Reidel, Catherine Mae and Ruth Ellen Householder, and Harold, and Bobby Padgett. Party Olelirali-s a Birthday— The Januvs Aekennan.s, Frank Finig.-;. flera.ld Traiiv.-r, Kanawha, and Berle U'-.-iggnnc'r. Fort Dodge, were en r _t-rl:um-d at a. birthday ! party Friday evenin;; in honor o£ \ Josepli Schnil's Father Dies— Catholic Parties Are Planned— Announcement was made Sunday that there will be a card party next Sunday night in the St. Joseph's church basement. The parish is divided into seven groups, with 17 on each committee, and Mrs. John Becker is chairman of the committee for Sunday night. Simon KIselies Lose Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Simon Klsch, o£ Whittemore, mourn the death of a lU-day-old daughter, the victim of bronchial pneumonia, who died last Thursday. Funeral services were held a.t Whittemore interment made in cemetery here. The John Hilberts, Corwlth, spent Sunday at the parental Matt Hubert's. The Anton Beckers spent Sunday at Alex Eischen's, near St. Benedict. Alvina Reding is helping with the housework at Nick Bormann Jr.'s. Simon Ziemet is working at Nick Bormann Jr.'s. 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 a judgment rendered in' said' Court on the' 24m day of January; TS'iS, in favor-of" Helena Koepke, as: pTaiiriiff, and against Herman H. BoettcTier, Emma Bbettcher, and N; C: Rice, as defendants; for the sunr of Four Thousand" Nine Hundred" -Fifty-one and 63/100 Dollars and costs, taxed at One- Hundred Fifty^Elgnt . and 1 45/100 Dollars and accruing" costs, r have levfed' upon the following- described" Rbal property as tlte prop'- erty of'the-said Herman H. Boettcher, Emma Boettcher, N: C: Rice,. Harriett' Rice, Mid-Continent Pfet- •oleum- Corporation, et" all to satisfy said execution, to-wit:• THe S'outh Ono Tnird (1/3) of Lot Two ;2) in- iBlbck Twenty (20) Original Plat of Algona, Iowa;- ami' T wdTI IfOTICE 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 a judgment rendered in said Court on the 1st day of February, 1933, In favor- of Hall (Brothers, as plaintiffs, and against Harriett M. Rice, as defendants-, for the sum of 'Four Hundred Ninety-seven and 38/100 and the coats of this action, Ihciud-. ing ah attorney's fee of $06.00, $7.30 fcaid for contlnviatl'on* of abstract of flt'le, And $29'8.43 paid, for t03l taxes, on a promissory note of $*50(}.00 dated Aptjil 21, 1926, due April 21, 1931, -bearing interest at thej fate of until maturity and thereafter until paid, which note was executed by Jake Ellrrian and Tena Ellman, his wife, In favor of George E. Lewis, and secured by a'first mortgage on the following described real estate situated In KoseUth county, Iowa, to-wlt: ( Southwest Quarter (SW%) of 'Section Fourteen (14),. Township Ninety-nine' (99) North, Range Twenty-eight (23), West of the 6th P. M., which mortgage wae executed and delivered 'by the said Jake Ellntan & Tena Ellman, his wife, simultaneously with the making and delivery of said note, filed for record April 23, 1926, and recorded in Book 94, ,page 623 of the Kossuth County, Iowa, Mortgage Records; that subsequently the said George E. Lewis sold and assigned said note and mortgage to the plaintiff, George H. Lewie, by. written assignment, filed for record January 4, '1933, recorded In Book 107, page 372 of the Kossuth County, Iowa, Mortgage Records. Plaintiff asks the foreclosure- of said mortgage, and that the lien of his Judgment be decreed prior and paramount to any right, title, interest, Hen, or claim, you or either of you may have or make to said mortgaged premises. Plaintiff asks for the appointment of a receiver to collect -the rents and apply them toward the payment of taxes, and the balance toward the payment of plaintiff's said Judgment, Interest, and costs. For further particulars, see the petition now on file in the office of the Clerk of said Court. And that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the March Term of said Court, which will commence at the Court House in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 27th; day of March, A. D. 1933, default, will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by law. S. FLYNN, 23-20 Attorney for Plaintiff. I Board Proceedings c January 19, 1933 Auditors Office, January 19, 1533. Board ot Supervisors ot Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Balgeman that the following cash allowances are hereby made for the year 1933 and County Auditor instructed to issue warrants for same at the end. of each month: Mrs. E. J. Mils, ters, $10.00 per -month; Mrs. 'Lena God- ferson, $20.(X) per month; Mrs. Roswell Hunt, $3.00;, Mrs. Gene Caylor, J18.00; Mrs. E. R. Sa-rchett for Airs. Caylor, $5.00 per month; Mrs. W. G. KeeplTer (contract) $8.00 per month; Mrs. E. M. Sarchctt for rent of Mrs. Harold Johnson, $3.00 per .month; Mrs. Emma Beard,. $10.00 ner month; Mrs. Eliza Odell, $10.00 per month; Hilma Erickson, $5.00 per month; John D. Magnusson (contract) $15.00 per month; Mrs. Nick Koppen, care, of Catherine Becker, $1.50 per week; Mrs. Amos Kinney... $1EOO' per month; Albert Koppen, care: of Arnold! Becker, $1.50 per County Basketball Tournament! ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Feb. 23-24-25 Championship game between Class A and Class B| winners Monday evening, February 27. Twelve County Schools Entered Prices: Children, 20c; adults, 35c. Season Tickets: Children, 75c; adults, $1.25. In need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly examined. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, lov week; Olivia, month; John; Hanson, Falk Sr., month;. Efl' iBurbanilt, $12.00 per $12.00 per per month; Phil CUllen; $10.00 per month; Nels Peterson (contract), $15.00 per month; Mrs. Pat Cavanaug'h, $5.00 per month. _ _ , jAyGs;: AtV. Dollars and costs, taxed at Motion 'by Nnffitanaird: and seconded Twelve a:nxi 45/100 ($12.45) Dollars i by Helken; tllictjtfia amnmual' report of and accruing costs, I have , levied upon the following described property as-, the property of the'sa'idL M Sr O SP b Y Harriett M. Rice to satisfy said execution, to-witr 1 walnut S drawer filing cabinet, 1 mahogany writing desk, I M oe writing desk, 1 large glass display case, 1 whatnot corner 11933, tneraforGj. H. M. Smith, County Engineer, be approved:. Ayes-: AIL Katurday and St. Joseph's Mrs. Caroline.' Aekermun home. MLSH WUSKOHLT Trainer u-ci-e guests at Frank at her KOHLT and Mr. Saturday dinner Flalg'n. Attendance lilblos Presented— The Sunday «chool 'Sunday awarded Bibles to those who have had perfect attendance la.st year: 'Mrs. Eugene Hoflun and two daughters, Mary June and Eugenia Mae. Catherine Mae Householder, Harold Xel- .Torioph Schad received word last week Tuesday from Gainesville, Tex., of the dentil of his father, and left via bus that noon from Algona for the funeral. Olivia Gales Has Operation- Olivia Gales was taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, last week BURT BOY CHAMP WRESTLER IN FORT DODGE MAT MATCH Burt, Feb. 14—Condit Bowie, high school principal, took Gardner Patterson, Edward Stewart, and Tlay- mond Carter to Font Dodge Friday for a district wrestling meet. Edward won first in the 105-lb. class defeating Bales, Fort Dodge, in the first round, Brisbin, Eagle Grow, in semi-finals, and F. Strever, Clarion, in finals in an overtime mateti. This entitles Stewart to enter a state contest. Gardner Patterson and Raymond Carter were defeated in the first round. proceed' to sell said, property, or so muoll thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with- costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bid- 'Balgeman and seconded * f ° rl ° WlnS Whereas upon the withdrawal of ap- stand 1 ,. I Hammond electric clock, 1 wall book case-with drawers, 1 3-candTe old English .lamp, 2 green dresden- figure lamps, 1 Kesler floor lamp (wooden), 1 Kesler floor lamp (steely, 2" large brass candle sticks, 1 pewter and hobnail lamp, 2 green pottery lamps, 1 blue pottery lamp, I red' table lamp, I rose colored desk lamp, 2 lavender brass lamps,. I Bridge lamp, 1 wall bookcase, 1' three-piece console set, 1 Miss Amsterdam picture, 1 ladder back chair,. 1 reed seat and back antique chair-;. 2 clbissone vases, 1 wedge wood bowl',. I cut glass sandwich plate, 2' crystal glass sandwich plates, 1 3- piece> Italian pottery set (rose), 2 pairs 'Italian candle holders, 1 white- Italian- pottery center piece, 1 mod-- . II iResolvad', By tire Epard of Alg-onai Upper DBS- BToines, and the Bancroft Register airt foereby appointed 1 official paipars for- year 1933. % Ayes;: JN1\. Adopted this Mth day of January, Motion' *y 'Funnenrark and seconded by HeiKen' that th« following resolution! be ~ •• - LIFE INSURANCE I _ \ ,. Is very simple in its operation and principle, however, there are many who would welcome a better understanding of Life Insurance if they were as- sure.d they could receive correct and unbiased information without obligation in any way. Should you desire a better understanding we will furnish the correct information with no obligation. ( Our Company wants the public to know the principles and operations of Life Insurance. We invite youi to ask us; for information. You will not be asked to.) ftay more. OLD LINE RAPIDS LIFE INSURANCE CO, CEDAK KAPIDS, IOWA Whereas upon the death of Henry , having petition' to of Supervisors appoint c. E der, 2Stlr for cash, In hand, on -iay of February, 1933, the at the- east door of' the- comrthooB© fa 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 27th day ot January, 193-JL CAR/L D-AHLHATJSBR, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By- Casey Loss,. Departy. Van Ness & StiHrnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys; J3.-24 Thomas to HIT vaiicaney, therefore, Be. Tt iKesorwed,. that said C. „. Thomas be appointed to fill vacancy until' the- next state election. Ayea:- Att Adopted 1 thfii 19th day - of January ernistic mirror, 2 Thres vases, 1 wedge wood tea pot, 3 purses, 1 smoking- stand, 1 white lux electric- clock, 1 gateleg table, 1 fireside- bench, 1 copper bowl, 1 copper- pitcher, 2 copper candle holders-, 1 copper urn or pitcher, 1 ruby wine set, and merchandise, glass articles, Oiv motion o!clbefc p. m. adjourned to an» all other articles- of goods, lamps, cut etc., belonging- to Dg White Home. Burt, Feb. 14—Ds White returned Saturday from Rochester, where he had taken treatment two weeks. quests Monday Mrs. Cotton's par- ients, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Morgan son, Eugene Angu^, Dorothy Back- j jfrti. Cotton's ' en, Eugene Dlunrhard, and Verne' Da eke n. Dang-liU>r for Fred A girl was born la.st week Tuesday to Mr. Mrs. Fred Rath. This is the fifth child, and she has been named Etta Elaine. P. T. A. Is to 3IH-I Tonight— The P. T. A. meets this week randmother, Mrs. M. ,f. Clarke, all of Algona, and Mrs. Will Pike, Lake Mills, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz had as Sunday guests the Henry Schroeders, the S. M. Orvicks, Mrs. Jennie Whitford and daughter Irene, John Whitford, and the H. A. Wieners. Mr. and Mr. Richard Long, sons Bernard and John, the Ralph of the J. M. Blanch- Thursday evening in the high school Thompsons, and Mr. and Mrs. A. will be : w - Ija mpe, were guests at Arthur j Long's, Bancroft, Saturday. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone attended a party Saturday evening at the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe auditorium. The prog given by the grades. IJurul School Has Party— The No. 7 school had a party Friday evening at the ecboolhou.se. Le-I Oakes, at. Jack Creek township, in one Sandschulte, teacher. Bancroft, is . Emmet county. 'Mrs. F. C. Dacken and Angus attended a county Delmar *-v A1 f -r* » -»T — " n — ".w^i.u^u «, wjuiiuj' Sunday Other JjOUe KoC'k ]VeWS. 1 school executive meeting last Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton were! day afternoon at Jay Steven's hostesses to the Saturday night Burt. bridge club. Attending were the A. A. Kruegers, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. The high school declamatory con test was postponed from this week Jensens and Roy Jensens. High, j Monday night to this week Tuesday prizes were won by E. and Mrs. Roy Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton had as M. Jensen night. Mre. William Leeper has been euf fering with 'blood-poisoning in on f her fingers, caused by a small urn. The J. G. McDonalds and Mrs. laude Hanna, Burt, were Friday upper guests rds. The 'Legion Auxiliary met Friday .-ith Mrs. John -Sprank, Anna Flaig assisting, seven members attending Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blancharc ntertained Mrs. Blanchard's parents, A. D. Newbroughs, Sunday. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday evening with Mre. Calvin Householder, 15 attending. The Mite society will hold its regular meeting this Thjursday a Mre. S. M. Gladstone's. A. W. Larope and Thomas Enges ser drove to Forest City Monday tc attend an oil meeting. The Roy Jensens were Saturdaj dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. <L. C Willson, Algona. Alma Madison, R. N., Is carin for a case at the Kingston home 1 Armstrong. Frank Flaig attended a Job De«r meeting at the Algona note Monday. Mre. Harry Rahn was sick lae week. Harriett C. Rice and the Book and Gift Shop, located in the Btrffilins known as the Rice Book a-nd Gift Shop in Kossuth the town of Algona, County, Iowa;- and I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, .OSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by irtue of a Special Execution direct- d to me from the Clerk of the Dls- •ict Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, n a Judgment rendered in said om-t on the 2'-fth day of January, , in favor of The Federal Land Jank of Omaha, a corporation, as latntiff, and against George Illg, as efendant, for the sum of Seventeen 'housand One Hudred Seventy-Four nd 46/100 Dollars and costs, taxed ,t Two Hundred Twenty-five and 2/100 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following de- icribed real property as the property if the said George Illg, Rose Illg, et al, to satlefy said execution, tovlt: The Southwest Quarter 'SW%) of iSection Twenty-two (22), he Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty- eight (28), all in Township Ninety- will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and 1 accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 25th day of February, 1BS3, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of* said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 3rd day of February, One- o"el'ocfc p. m .—(Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all 'members present. Motion- By Heifcen and seconded: by BTeffJonaW that salary for County Road men for year 1933 Is hereby jhc- -» as farrows: beginning March l. Sac per hour; lalborer, per hour; patrol, 300 per hour; mechanic, -foe per hour; drag line operator, ?I05.00 per .month. Ayes: All Biotton *y Balgeman and seconded by Heifcen that a refund of SfltM be made to C. N. Humphrey because of erroneous assessment on Lot 5 ' In beetton 11, Township 9S, Tlairtge 28. Motion by iFunnemark and 1 seconded by Balgeman that a compromise settlement be made 'between- Kossuth County, Iowa, and 1 Mrs. Gustav Ivrause as regards the care of Martha Krauae. his wife, at the Cherokee Hospital. Ayes: Alt. Motion by 'FunnemarJc and seconded by Heiken that the annual report of Buffalo Township cemetery fund be- approved as read 1 . Ayes: All. Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS PBQNE 521 ALGONA, IOWA 1)y and seconded) 1933. CARlL DAHMIAUSBR, Sheriff of Kossuth, County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. T. P. Harrington, Plaintiff's Attorney. 23-24 i , one by McDonald that Secondary Road- Petitions Nps. 21T-H8-2I9 and 220 b* Placed on (ire. Ayes: All. Motion by MoDonald and seconded y Funnemarfc that following official jonds be approved: H. M. Snrith County JSngineer, for 52,000.00; Cori- suelo Hanna, Christian Behrman, J JUVamc. Justice of the Peace, for 500.00; Herman H. Dreyer, Townshli> Rfl erl %, f w m>M] Pred c Wesener Ray B. (Hanson, Leon J. Worden £ A. Barslou, John E. Kell, H° i! Mc- nroe 'wf Pl Cu| mmgham, Ed Chain- OHIGIKAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. George H. Lewis, Plaintiff, •Vs. Jake Ellman, widower; Bertha Anderson and A. E. Anderson, her husband; Albert Ellman and -Mrs. Albert Ellman, his wife; Bena Peterson and C. O. Peterson, her husband; Korse Ellman and Ella. Ellman, his wife; Addle L. Seymour; Koseuth County, Iowa; Iowa State Highway Commission- Defendants. To Each of the Above Named Defendants: You are each hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause is now o n file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, claiming of Jake Ellman the sum of $4,773.00, as money Justly due and Interest thereon at 8 per cent per annum from the 24th day of January, A, D. 1933 SPECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS •**«* to'."" regular auto glass service 1 complete line ol wmdow glass for homes. When » t0 JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 » if' Patterson sr( Zh J - D - Graham, W H ' » i - , Patterson W. C. Stamer, E C. Green' Ihno A. Gerdes, John N. Ludwig w T ,,?h U i'' ne ' assessor s. for $500.00; Adam Luchsinger, constable, for $500.00- C R. Schb ' , , R. Schoby, Treasurer of for Fu nnemark and seconded county; Mrs as a committee to hereby appointed as be ap- check to house supplies. Ayes: All E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. i m S? * M5 PROBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have any printing jobs turn them over to „• fq r a perfect reiwlt. W* wm gladly advise you, without c any printing problem! you

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