Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE six JCOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA Y, P, S, PARTY IS GIVEN AT WHJTTEMORE WhJttemorc, Feb. 21— St. Paul's Lutheran Y. P. S. had a party last St. Joe, Feb. 21—(Last week Tuesday friends gathered at Mrs. John Fuhrman's to help her celebrate her 71st birthday. It was a complete surprise to her. The afternoon was week AVednesday night, and [spent at two tables of 600. Attencl- Ibetween 50 and BO persons attended, j Ing: Mesdames Thos. Devine Geo. St. Joe Woman is 71; Friends Spring Party Five hundred, Rook, and wore played at ten tables. Cooties Uosella 'Becker, M. iHanifnn, Peter Schmidt, and William Hammer, and Eva lir- Volght won high, and -Eldn Baas low. After five rounds of cards ored dish luncheon was served there were games. Two teams were 14:30. selected, with V-erilell Lauritzcn as Loss orchestra, and lunch was served. Attend West, Bend Wedding— Mrs. John Wagner and her sons Nicholas and Orville attended the wedding Monday of Mrs. Mary Kisch at West Bend. Many Attend Wedding Donee— A number of St. Joe folks attend- pelding and Susan Naber. A cov- , n "™ [ * r ot 8t - Joe foll « attend- ored dish luncheon w.n« ^.-vrv! „, ed a Stewart-Simon wedding dance at the IOOF hall, Algona, last week Tuesday night. * at captain of one, lOdwin Groinart oC Card Party Hlg- Success— -thf^ other. , The first of a series of card par- am! the to;im finding nio.st won a j of 300, and tile high prizes were punch on il.s tally card. Thp second i awarded to Mrs. Suwin Gales game was to see which side could ! Cleorgo Becker. throw the most paper hearts onto a given 51 Years Married— nd Mrs. Henry Ziemet to the third was ( 0 hearts u-il/i a hall, hit «'«!i ll): -« B U " 1C " and A door prize was Raymond Kramar, At to 220 per- Other St. Joe. nmnbered :«ons. There Is to be one more party the side hitting ;' before Lent, and it will take place the highest score to win. Miss 'Lau-!ncxt Sunday night, with Mrs Tltzcn'.s sldo won all throe game*. I Ooorge Tliull Partnoi-rt for lunch wore found by |committee. matching named hearts, such as a! • heart cut into and part of it named | St. ,lo ( > Koll is Aljronn (Juosts— Clark, and anotlier part Gable. Ice! Last week Wednesday served. and Mrs. Tony Klrsch Meyer, Alice: relatives in their Algona home.! us chaii-nian of the night Mr Peter Kirscli, drove to Fort Dodge last week Monday on business. Ado'lph Fuhrman and Orville AVagner drove to Humboldt Friday to get a binder which Mr. Fuhrman recently purchased at a sale. ALGONA SOLOIST DELIGHTS UNION M, & D, AUDIENCE Union Twp., (Feb. SI—Mrs. F. J. Clark, Algona, was guest speaker at a Mothers & Daughters club meeting Friday at the home of the president, Mrs. Helen Vogel, iBurt.' Mrs. Clark spoke on the origin and .development of folk songs In European countries. She Illustrated by singing songs .both folk and later art songs. -Members kept requesting other songs, and were loathe to have her stop. Other program numbers were roll call on favorite songs; hook review of Doctor Spaeth's Read 'Em and Weep, or The Songs You Forgot to Remember, Mrs. kather- ine Leason; and reading, Mrs. Moseley's Offspring, Maxlne Schenck. Tile hostess served a tray lunch. This meeting had been postponed from the previous week due to the cold weather, An evening party has been postponed, and Mrs. Mary Lea- J3H* LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the I reeled to me from the dlerk of the District Court of Kossuth' county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the Sist day ot January, 1933, In favor of Metropolitan office of the County Auditor, Al- I Ll f e insurance Company of the City gona, Iowa, until 2 p. in., February 28th, 1933, for supplies and material as follows: 90,000 bd. ft. bridge plank; 1 carload red cedar piling; 6,000 Hn. ft. corrugated metal culvert pipe; 85,000 gal. of gasoline and 1 carload of lubricating oil. February 13th, 1933. 23-24 County Auditor. .. v.i_ n L»,r |j it* uiiiiejLii tit it, KiHtJ. i — —••"• •-...•...» ^ JJWM, (Martha Fourage spent the evening 8 °"' A1 sona, assisted by her daugh- of Valentino day with Dorothy j tei '~ m -'a\v, Mrs. Katherine Leason, Schmidt, who was celebrating her will be hostess this week Thursday; program: paper, The Highlights of Conservation of Iowa Fish and Game, D. H. Goeders; travelogue, Mrs. Homer Morgan, -on tly c ( .,c 1) nu,d,as,,,j;;^ : .^s;'^ k ^ n (iirl Suffers l-'nco AVoiind— Delnrp.s r.i«i:h suffered ,-t gnsh above one church. -\ cliick.-ii (linnoi- W;LS ^ci-v-'.,,„, r ,., -m ,, ed at fi:3o „. ,n. hy ,h, c!,u,-ch worn- "' ri °"° lhllBes - n " ° L St ' ' lo en. ,-iiid tlit'iv wen tnlili'.s wen sh;i|n'. .-Mid and white. baked b.\ Rev. Mr. and ))i-e.seiited a rocking chair. The rest of the evening was spent at gaincw. The Sehuitxes moved to the Miller community three years ago from a farm four milen south family, the Mildred and Harold Ennis, !Hum- the John Beckers, e. boldt. were Sunday afternoon visitors at Father Theobold's. Andrew and Margaret Erpelding drove to Fort Dodg-c on business deep la.st Thursday eye recently, when ! Mrs. \Villiam Haglind, Henry Zle- she tell on ic« an she WHS .skating i met. and Kmma Becker were sick ni'.-ir her home. She was taken to ; la.st week. .Doctor Jaime, Algona, who took two! stitches to close the wound, stitches were removed last Thurs- ing cattle. <!ay ' Eugene Ziemet Barney Frank 1 !, Irvington, was In The j this neighborhood last week, buy- Julius Hims Farewell Party A MUrpriMc farewell party ° L 'j.Sister of ,lno. l(el]| nff Weds Mr. and Mrs. John Kciling went to missed a few Lensons Arc Hosts— 'Mr. and Mrs. llobert 'Leason Jr. entertained at Sunday dinner their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Leason, Algona, daughter Mabel, and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Thompson, son Stuart, and Mrs. Thompson's mother, 'Mrs. Olson, in honor of Mr. Thompson's birthday and the younger Lcasons' third wedding anniversary, Other Union Sews. Friends of .Mrs. Frank (Bahling, of Burt, ore pleased to know' she has received one of six dollar prizes for NOTICE OF PHOIUTB OF WILL No. 3703. State of Iowa, Koseuth county, ss In District Court, January term, 1933. To All Whom'it May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the Inst.AVill nnd Testament of Daniel Murphy, deceased, dated August 22, 1929, having been this day, filed opened and real, the 22nd day of March, 1933, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear ant! show cause, If any they have, why said Instrument should' not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at 'Algona, Iowa, February 20, 1933. (Seal) E. J. MoBVOY, Cleric of District Court • By Alma Grelner, Deputy. A. Hutchison, of New York, a Corporation, aa plaintiff, and against the South Fractional Half (%) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Ninetysix (98) -North, Range Twenty^hlne (29), West of the Bth P. M., Koseuth county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Twenty-eight Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-five and fiS/ 100 ($28425.68) Dollars and coste, taxed at Three Hundred Forty-four and 07/100 ($344.07) Dollars and accruing coste, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Edward Capeslus, Gertrude >M. Ca- peslus et al, to satisfy said execution, tlonal Nineteen (19), to-wit: Half The South Frac- of Township Section Ndnety- on at 8 per cent per antium from the 24th day of January, A. D. 1933, and the cc*tti of thla action, Including an attorney's fee of $90.00, $7.30 paid for continuation of aibatraot of title, and $29-8,43 paid for 1931 taxes, on a promissory note of $4500.00 dated April 21, 1926, due April 21, 1931, bearing Interest at the rate of 5% until maturity and 8% thereafter until paid, .which note was executed hy Jake Ellman and Tena. Ellman, his wife, In favor of George B. Lewis, and secured by a first mortgage on the following describe real estate situated • In Koeeuth county, Iowa, to-wlt: Southwee Quarter (SWU) of Section Fourteen (99 (2-8) • (14), Township Ninety-nine North, Range Twenty-eight Attorney. 24-2G recipe using fruit in d-ivs nf ^nhn,-,! io»f i , V "-""Pe using mm in a recent «ickm!Ls. to I D-osMoines-Register fruit and'vege- | Carroll Sunday to attend the wed-i after s. Gertrude Tllg came home Sunday, took uf Mr - Itoillng'a sister Mary place Sunday evening ;u the Julius lhi * wook Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Baas home. T| u , B:ias family in Lo ° Algilbcrs, Bode, looked after moving to a farm northeast of \1- - thc i:ei 'in8' farm work. gona. Altrnding: the George Kd-' ward, and Henry AViehtcndahls, ! I) ""« ! < > Oil von Friday Nlghl— Herman Wiehtemlahl, the Tom Ket- ! Tht>1 'e was a dance Friday evening tlesons, \Vesl Bend, the P. L. Jes- j :lt Lawrence Becker's. 100 attending. Bens, Mr. and M.-s. Longstroet De-] 1Iu - sic wns furnished by the Stephen corah, the Archie and Herman jVoighte, the Elmer Bells, the Clem Hogans, August Meyer, Iceland Wil<Un, William, Edward, Henry, and Hulda Baas. Farewell for Urn Win. Diiffys— A surprise farewell party was given at their home Thursday even- Ing for the William Duffys, who are moving away. Everybody took a filled basket, and the Duffys wore presented with a gift. The evening was spent at dancing. Attending- the Carl Hansons, the Vess Hayes family, the Tony Smiths, the Rov Crawfords, and th Jnodys, Cylinder o Edmund Car- AVins Party Prize— A bridge party wa.s given Sunday evening at Ralph <Bartlett's. Mrs. Carl H'ansen won high Cor women- Carl for men; and Mre. Nellie Van Allen, Algona., won a travel prize. Jlalpeman Anniversary Observed everal weeks at William Haglind's. Mrs. Gus Basalte, Cherokee, spent a few days last week with relatives here. Arthur Thilges helped last week with the farm work at Peter Kay- sor'.K. John Kayser plans a closing out farm sale. table recipe contest. Mrs. OBahling's recipe was for Apple Delight. The Bahlings lived for some years on the Carroll farm, before moving to a farm west of Burt. ' A. B. Bchenck went to Minneapolis Saturday to visit his mother and sisters. LAKOTANS SEE CAVES IN N, M, ANHRIZONA Lakota, Feb. 21 — Will, Edward, and Charles Gutknecht, who spent three weeks on a trip to Tucson, Ariz., came home last week Tuesday. They report their brother Fred, who is in a veterans' hospital there, about the same as when they visited him last year. The weather in the south was in- , tensely cold for that territory most - mond Patterson, and; the Rev. Paul of the time they were there, and ' Jollnso " drove- care,, and the evening I Monday bus last week Tuesday evening to attend the regular Farm Bureau meeting of Greenwood and Ramsey townships. A program of orchestra music, duets, readings, solos, and a play was given by the women of the two townships and lunch was served. All enjoyed the novel ride there and home, as well as the meeting. Tlie.se twa 'townships give a good program each, month. S. S. Class Enjoys Party— A week ago Monday evening 20 members of the young- people's Sunday .school class of the Methodist church &eld their regular party at Henry Patterson/Si seven miles southeast of town. Carl Bobo, Orville Kon-pen,, Bob Clemans, Ray- Sexton A farewell party was given at Harvey Steven's Friday night in honor of the Mack Wises, who are moving to Mason City March 1. Games were played and puzzle and guessing contests held, after which- lunch was served. The honorees were presented with a gift. Thirtyfour persons attended. Mrs. Homer Anderson, Algona, and her children spent Monday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs; John Harris. The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. A. L. Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Burwin Johnson and the Rex Simpsons, Remvick, were Sunday guests at Fred Nearing's. ._ Choir practice was held Sunday afternoon at the church preparatory to a music festival at Burt next XOTICE OK SJIJUMFF'S SALE •STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a General 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 Frank Kouba Jr., as -plaintiff, and against Mrs. Susan Gray, as defendant, for the sum of Fifty-nine and 59/100 ($53.5.0) Dollars and costs taxed at Ten and So/100 ($10.85) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described property as the property of the said Mrs. Susan Gray to satisfy said execution, to-wit: one Bulck sedan, Model 30-47, motor number 2473772, factory number 235130S; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much -thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with coste and" accruing costs at public auction, to' ttee> ftig-hest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 23rd day of February, 1933; at the east door of the Court House in Algona, In Kossuth county;, lowai, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of safd day, when and where due attendance win be given by the undersigTrecL Dated" this 1st day of February. six (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth county, Iowa; 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 IGth day of March, 1933, at the cast 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 14th day of February, 1933. CARIL DAHTDITAUSBR, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Burt J, Thompson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 23-24 19831 CARL, DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Koesuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Plaintiff's Attorney. 23-24 , the week of February 6 to 12 it was "' as apent wlth than was ever known there .. Fifty West 'Bend and Wtaittemore i before. The temperature at Gallop la-tives and friends surprised Su-| N - M- l»eh up on a mountain pass! rel.Tt pervusor and Mrs. F. J. fBaVgemanTn honor of their wedding anniversary Sunday even-ing. Farewells for tlie Puffj-s— Town young folks drove to William Duffy's last Thursday evening for a farewell taking -baskets. Neigh- bow called on the Duffys -Friday evening. Beverly IfaiiHOii 5; Party Young friends helped Beverly Harden celebrate her 5th birthday 'Saturday. Other wfiittemorc News. Joseph Faber drove to Cedar Rapids last week Tuesday for a new creamery churn for the creamery On the way he moved the Merrill Bawson household goods from Eagle Grove to a farm naar Anamosa. A bridge party was given Kaitur- day evening at the Mrs. Helen Walters home by her daughter Geneva Airs. Ralph Elbert won high and a travel prize; 'Richard Vaughn a men's prize. The John Jennings family attended a wedding reception Friday evening at Culvt-i-t Johnson's, 'Livermore for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith. Mr' Smith i.s Mrs. Jennings' brother. Ava Sirnixsun, Parkeiwburg teach- registered 56 below zero 'February S, and it was IS below zero at El Paso, Texas. Among places visited by the boys on the trip were El Paeo and Fort Worth, Texas, Oklahoma Cfty, and the Hoover Dam in New Mexico. They visited Carlsbad Cavern in New Mexico, the largest cave i n the world and not yet been entirely explored. A guide took them down into the cave by winding paths to a depth of 7&S feet below the surface, covering a distance of 6% miles, and they came up in an elevator in G3 seconds. One of the largest chambers of the cave is three quarters of mile bee an< a spelling P- Tftese social meetings are proving- veiry popular. AM Triune* Xt>w Officers— At a meeting of the Presbyterian AW society the- foUowIitg- were elected officers- Mrs.. W. E. Ley, president; Mns. Robert Williams, vice urer. Sirs-. Winter has held the of- long, 600 to 800 ft. wide and 600 ft. ! and a S. S. Class fs Entertained Mrs. Gus Torino entertained the members of her Sunday echoo] class at Harry Moe's Saturday afternoon as a farewell honor for the children as the Torines are leaving March 1 teacher will .be secured. er, accumiKinied hy Margaret dron, Drill, visltei Mies Simpson's s Ttelmers. The Carl Ifcintions visited Sunday at the parental p al il HaiiM. n '.s -Hol- Stein. Carl's brother .'L P l{,,y U KO o n to start :i Kikei-y at Oalva • T "" " "-"" uuu il - t i mt ' "*' «.i*» •»& atuureu. this chamber the forma- lhe afternoon was spent playing mnK m?lHn K,, .._-. _i . . IT.'lTrtoS! « «/» T ^ - ° tions made by water dripping through the limestone are very, beautiful and can not be described. They also visited Colossa/1 cave, near Tucson, which is 3% miles long and is 350 feet 'below the surface. They drove 4500 miles on the trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. Jeanne Hanna "VVlns 'Declam' The high school declamatory contest was held last week Wednesday night at the schoolhouse and winners are: Oratorical—'Lewis Price, The Unknown Soldier, first, Dur- and lunch was served at 5 cou rse. Mrs. M.ohyel Kc-«ch ha.s been slc k. Mrs. KalKilitK, wife of a Fenton tor. i s at t) 1(? M»(!rt.ery hospRal The Ciifford Co.sgrif.fB, pas- Austin, - ward Trenary, The Unknown Speaker, second; dramatic—Jeanne Hanna, Angel's Wickedness, first, Beth Hamquist, Mickey's Maker, second; humorous—(Bertha Ailts, Kid brother Rilly, first, Elgin Amelsburg, The Mourning Veil, .second. Jeanne Hanna was awarded first over all engraved — assembly short room. Judges were Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Mrs. Art Schtesel, and Audrey Hastings. Two Township F. It. Mrs. Muriel Leavorton, H. D. A., gave the fourth project le^on' to the LincolinLedyard township local leaders la.st week Tuesday at J. H. \V«rburton's. Ledyard township had ten leaders present and Lincoln had five. A picture was taken of five leades who wore dresses made over by using methods taught in the lee- «ons. Wash dresses and materials fur them were discussed. Patterns for collars, cuffs, blouses, etc., were cut. The fifth lesson will be given at Mrs. Jerry Heetland's. Patterns suitable for house dresses will be discussed and cut, and style show plans will be discussed. Third Project Lesson Given— Lincoln township's Farm Bureau le eu ff P ,r,i I meetln «' Wi '« )leld with the Lou greatly during her last illness SfK ' hs ' Fl ' lduy - This wil * an all-day ,"± ..... meetlnK and dinner was served at ,, ••'•'-r-, L ii-irt, Almn., visited 'Sunday at If. fle.v's and Doc-ten- Mcf'rwi-.v's.' Mrs. Jos!-,,], \\';i.sst.n. Des '.Molnc-s. and visited he,- pare/iLs. Mr. Peter Foxsen, la;U week Druggist C:ai-:mMugli attended state i)lim- m :, ( . v ,. 0 ,,vention week at De.s .Muinos. last MRS, GOGKLEY, 39 YEARS AT WHITTEMORMIES FEB. 15 death AVhittemore/ Feb. 21-The of Mrs. J-,mma Oockley occurred at her son AValtei-'s, Hivoi- Edge N J tost weok Wednesday. She became sick last .June at her home here, but by September had sufficiently re' covered K0 CUBt She Mrs. Ooclcley's maiden name was Emma Hoffman, and .she xvus born April 10, 1S53, in Ohio. !„ : S 77 Rock Falls, 111., S he wa.s ,n,u,- rk ,u .„ Levi M, Uockley, who died in 1919. They to a Palo Alto farm HS2, and t« AVhittemore in 1894 Besides tin- .son she toft sisters in Indiana and Pennsylvania. She was baptized a Lutheran, but was associated with the Methodist church here. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. A. H. Wood at the church Monday, and interment jvas made In Plalnview cemetery served at noon to 22 men and women. After the business meeting the Ames ^ l | farm and home delegate gave a report, and the third project lesson was given. During the day it was discovered this was the 36th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Sachs, and congratulations were given. X,unch was served after the meeting by Mesdames Sachs, A. Q. iSmith and Henry Hofbauer. 18 Attend Greenwood Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nltz took 18 neighbors to Bancroft In -their school o'clock. Ilev. Johnson Aearly Itecorercd— The Rev. Paul Johnson spent most of last week visiting relatives and friends at Kanawha, Knoxville, and Allerton. He reports the Rev. and -VIrs. Johnson as nearing recovery and they expect to come home this week to take up their work. Francis Adams Named Manager— At a meeting of the Lakota Shipping association Francis Adams was appointed manager, and has bought a truck to carry on the work. Mr. Adams has recently rein attack of He-inp Ijnnor «9; Celebrates— Hemp Ennen celebrated his G9th 'irthday ia«t week Tuesday, and in the evening a number of relatives gathered to help him celebrate. Other Lnkota News. John Leisveld, one of Lakota's Pioneere, and who makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Wade Ball has not been in the best of health this winter, but is still able to be about and goes to town occasionally. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Finn of Gerd accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. A\ llllams, went to Algona last week \\ednesday morning, where Mrs 1'inn had an operation performed at the Koseuth hospital. Mrs. E. J. AVoodworth was hostess to the Acorn club Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered toy naming a native African animal. Mrs. AV. E. -Ley gave an Interesting paper on Africa. Mrs. Ebert entertained the 'Lutheran Missionary society last week Wednesday. Invited guests were Mesdames R. Hamilton, Richard led Smith. The and Delia Henry Hofbauers moved Monday to a farm south of Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Heyes who were recently married, will live on the farm vacated by the Hof- bauers. Harry AVarburton went to Swea <-.ity last week Wednesday night and accompanied the basketball team there to Plover, where they Played the Plover team and won Mrs. Peter Hans Sr. celebrated her birthday last week Monday, and some of her children and families were p-resent for the occasion. ™*» and dau shter Clear Lake, Amundsen, also Clear Lake, visited Mr. Kutschara's mother, Mrs. Mary Kutschara, last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham helped at an John Harris has been confined to ing another stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grosenbach attended a Sunday school paty Monday night at the Methodirst church, Algona. Alberta Grosenbach and Dolph, Miller were Sunday guests of (Mr.-, and Mrs. Fernley Runchey, Southi Creeco. Lakota NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE' ©F IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notlao> is; hxsreftsr given that by virtue of a- SpeBia'I Execution directed | to me from tlVe CTerk of the District Court ofr EosautPf Co-unty, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on tHsr 2.TUV dSiy of January, 1933, in favor- of F'rea L. Doty, as plain-tiff and' aga-ihst Jen-me RiTey, as defendant, for the sum of Nine Thitty^one- aind' 8S/100 ($931.88) Dollars and' costs, taxed at Sixty-two and 1 es/l'00 1 f$«2 > .6»> DoIIara and! ae>- cruihg coats, I have levied upon the following- dbserfbed' Real property as the property of the said Jennie Rilfey;.Cnu;rl1«. Ramus, William Ftmfc et f sA] to- saiiffisfy- saf<J executfonv to- witr Hast One-third- of Lot Two (2) BlOek- On® Ru-nd'red' Thirty (ISO'), and' West Tvro-thfnls (W 2/S) of Lot TWo f?), Block One Hundred- (1'3fl> Ca-ITe Addition to Al- proceed gona-,. to sell' : and I will ealid 1 property Members of the Prlscilla club entertained their husbands at a party at A. Q. Smith's last we&k: Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith, of Fort Dodge, were visitors at C: Hi Smith and W. E. Ley's over the week-end. The Rev. and Mrs. Boese amS Anna Bauman visited Mrs. Harold- Finn at the hospital in Algonai lust week. 'Some of the Lakota volley ball' players went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, lost to Fort Dodge- The E. R. Worleys went to- Mason City last Thursday and' spent the day with the M. H. Baitey's; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray attended a party'at the Dr. Unas home at Blue Earth Friday. Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City Friday and brought her sister- Lena home for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith took Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs.. Dawson to Aurella Saturday. ' T AM LOCA1, sales agent for the Remington line of typewriters. Ihere are an even dozen styles of which four are portables. Prices'for brand new portables range from *19.75 to $75.—Gordon Dewel at Advance office. . 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, oro fc&* 9tjt day of March, 19S3, ,at the east door of the Court House in- Algona, tn Koesuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of saW day, when and where due'at- tendance wilt be given by the undersigned. Dated this ffth day of February CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Koesuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. P. A. Danson, Plaintiffs Attorney. 23-24 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 eald Court on the 24th day of January, 1933 In favor of Helena Koepke, as plaintiff and against Herman H. Boettcher kmma Boettcher, and N. C Rice as defendants, for the sum of Four Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty-one and 63/100 Dollars and costs, taxed 4-/^n e T, HUndred F1 «y- E1 eht and 4o/100 Dollars and accruing coste I have levied upon the following described Real property ae the property of the said Herman H. Boettcher, Emma Boettcher, N. C Rice Harriett Rice, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The South One Thlrd (1/3) Qf Lot £* (2) in Block Twenty (20) Original fiat of Algona, Iowa; 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 bld- dre . r ' f . or caan- in hand, on the 2-jth day of February. 1933 at the east 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 day o CARIL 'DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. v XT By 9 asey Loss - Deputy. Van Ness & StlUman, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 23-24 KOSSUTH COUNTV. SS Notice is hereby given that by vir- Special Execution <U- tue of a NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S- SALE STATE OF IOAVA 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' ( I'm favor of Hall (Brothers, as plaintiffs,, and against Harriett M. Rice, as defendants, for the sum of Four Hundred Ninety-seven and 3S/IOO' ($497.38) Dollars and costs, taxed' at Twelve and 45/100 ($12.45) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied' upon the following described property as the property of the saifli Harriett M. TUce to satisfy said execution, to-wit: 1 walnut 8 drawer filing cabinet, 1 mahogany writing j desk, 1 antique 'writing desk, 1 large glass display case, 1 whatnot corner stand, 1 Hammond electric clock, 1 large wall book case with drawers, '1 3-candle old English lamp, 2 green dresden figure lamps, 1 Kesler floor lamp (wooden), 1 Kesler floor lampi (steel), 2 lai-ffe brass candle sticks, 1 pew.ter and hobnail lamp, 2 green pottery lamps, 1 blue pottery lamp, 1 red table lamp, 1 rose colored desk -lamp, 2 lavender brass lamps, 1 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 cloissone vases, 1 wedge wood bowl, 1 cut glass sandwich plate, 2' crystal glass sandwich plates, 1 3- piece Kalian pottery set (rose), 2 pairs Italian candle holders, 1 white Italian pottery center piece, 1 mod-- ernistic mirror, 2 Thres vases, 1 wedge wood tea pot, 3 purses, 1 S stand, 1 white lux electric 1 gateleg table, 1 fireside --..-,- copper pitcher, 2 copper candle holders, 1 copper urn or pitctier, 1 ruby glass wine set, and all other articles of merchandise, goods, lamps, cut glass articles, etc., belonging to Harriett C. Rice and the Book and Gift Shop, located in the building known as the Rice'Book and Gift Shop in the town of Algona, West of the 5th P, M., which rnort gage woe executed and delivered by the said Jake Ellman & Tena Ellman, his wife, simultaneously with he making and delivery of sale note, filed for record April 23, 1926 and recorded In Book 94, page 52! 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. Lewis, 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 Hen of his judgment be decreed prior and paramount to any right, title, Interest, lien, 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 there:o 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 1 . 1333, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by Irew. WHITEf? Grocei sry Week-end SPECIALS Extra Hot CHERRIES- NO. 10 red pitted 23-2'C S. FTLYNN, Attorney for Plaintiff. CORN FLAKES-* Large pkg., 3 for 4 APRICOTS—No. lO cans i MUSTARD— Quart jar < COFFEE—Good Peaberry, 3 Ibs. PINEAPPLES—No. 2 Crushed or sliced, 2 for PEANUT BUTTER. Quart jar WINESAP APPLES- bench, 1 copper bowl, 1 HORSES and FOR SALE We intend to quit grading and are offering for sale I our entire herd of 8 horses and 32 mules. This herd at fine work stock may be seen at the fair grounds at Algona Buyer is privileged to hitch and drive animals before purchasing. McGUIRE BROS. ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 338 OR proceed or so Iowa; and I to sell said prop- much thereof as Kossuth County win erty, may be necessary to satisfy said~ex> ecution, with costs and accruing costs-at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 25th day of February, 1933 at th'e east <Joor of the Court House In Al- R-ona, in Koseuth county, Iowa, at the hour of lo o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attend^ ance will be given by the undersigned. t«, .[»/ 33. 3rd day o£ February; CAR1L DAHDHATJSBR; Sheriff of Kossuth, County, Ibwj T r, TI ^ y CaS6y L06S> Deputy:, T. P. Harrington, Plaintiff's Attorney. 2iT-24' OIUGINAt 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- A^i n ^n Albert Ellman and Mrs. Albert Ellman, his wife; B ena Peterson and C. O. Peterson, her husband; Korse Ellman and' Ella Ellman, his wife; Ad<H&. L mour; Kowuth County. " You are each hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause, to- now on frt« n the office of the ClerfcTf thTnff rlct Court of the State of Iowa in and for Kossuth, county, twS^ Jake Ellman th» sum of $4,773 00 as money justly *„ and tBlLwt j MONARCH Ff/VER FOODS FEBRUARY 20 TO 25 » would have spared a tree which I red cherries as those packed by Reid I No. 10 Can 42c JELLO c j MONARCH GELATINE DESSERT, PKG. D ** Beans, <• -m a KB. J. J.C Monarch Cocoa, 1 Ib. tin 22cl $2000 in Gold Gold Medal Kitchen-tested Flourl TmieinonWCCO for particulars. the Cooking School at Bryant Scho 2-3 and 4. Do you recall the fine *r*kmr. n school last year? KOXARCHCAKEFLOURwas USED EXCLUSIVE^ ALSO MONARCH CANNED FRUITS AND GELATINE DESSERT Monarch Golden Maize Corn, No. 2 eair, now __ 10c| Pink Salmon, tall cans, 1 lh. J \J( .,_. food when good merchandise low priced and most economical. *—" ——^^^^""•••^•••••••••^ One More Week Left to take advantage of our February Sale Prices - Better Furniture For lew Foster's Furniture Co.

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