Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1933 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1933
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If:f4 H$ ,f>;|^ PAGE SIX Demonstration Tuesday and Wednesday April 25 and 26 Come info our store and see with your own eyes the £™«™ " lhlgs that can be done wttfc a little DEVOE Paint and a little spare time THIS COUPON IS WORTH 20c Sign your name and 'bring this coupon and lOc to our store <iurmg 'demonstration and receive a lOc brush and a 20c ArtlHc Free ° Enamel> Y ° U pay lfor the bru9h ^^ Address _____ the ONE COUPON TO A PERSON SPECIALS FOR DEMONSTRATION DAYS! VELTEEN Hot Water Kalsomine 40c Ter 5 Ibs. Beyoe's FLOOR DECK EIVAMEL $1.49 One-half gallon BEVOCOTE Flat Wall Paiat $1.65 Per gallon 2-Ft. STEP STOOIS 50c Bo sure to ask a |, oul eiean-AH for cleaning walls and woodwork. You'll lie surprised. Many Other Specials Don't Forget the Coupon Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 for further information or see Jim Pool. ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAfUSSOCIATION INCORPORATED 1917 ANNOUNCEMENT! I have opened an office over Christensen's Store and am m a position to take care of your insm-ance needs. Fire, tornado, city and farm property 6 ' ' § Why take a chance with cheap insurance when you can get the best for practically the same price. Phone 58 L. E. HoVBy Ph one 58 FOR SERVICE HOUSECLEANING TIME Rugs, Curtains and Drapes Prompt Service—Good Work SEND US YOUR SPRING WEARING APPAREL We call for and deliver Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 637 KOSSUTtt COttNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, tOWA You are invited to attend EX-IRVINGTON MAN NOW HAS STRAWBERRIES Irvington, Apr. 18—Mrs. Frank Ditsworth recently received a letter from her cousin, the Rev. Samuel Harness, pastof the Presbyterian church, Rose Mill, N. C., who said that the first strawberry shipment was sent out of the state last week, 'but that the profit to pro- Ulcers was much less than in 'previous years. The first crop of let- uce is being shipped out now, and )eas will soon be ready. The tobacco plants are also being trans- )lanted at this time. The Rev. Mr. iarness was a nephew of the late The Newt at Ledyard The Ackermans, of Lone Rock, and Merle and Marvin, spent Sunday at Ace Warner's. The women are sisters. Juel Siefert has a grading contract In the 3rd district in the southern part of the county. Blgar La Coeur, of Amboy, came last week Wednesday for a few days visit. Mrs. Frank Reddlnger left Friday with her husband for Des •Maines after spending a week with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. The Leon 'Wordens spent Friday and Saturday at Seneca. Alettha Brack entertained her Sunday school class at an Easter party Friday evening at her home. The Ralph Johnsons,, of Guckeen, and the Christ Gelhauses and Mtsworth, who owned the place low occupied by the Tony Soren- ons years ago. The Harness family also formerly lived in other locations in and about Irvington. Easter Observed at Church— The Rev. A. English preached to a large congregation Sunday morning on the .Easier text, He is Risen Indeed. The Easter offering, handed in in coin-slips distributed several weeks ago, amounted to $26. The scripture lesson to be read by members of the congregation this week in the 26th chapter of Acts. At the close of the Sunday school hour the primary department entertained the rest of the Sunday school with three songs, God is Love, The Church, and Jesus Loves Me. Ledyard's orchestra was cfcmpet- dng." Plover won the right t6 go to Iowa City. . • The Standard Achievement tests were given to grades 2 to 10, inclusive last Thursday in the local school. The John Mantheis moved into Mrs. Laura Neister's house last week Tuesday. The .'Ledyard State bank opened Monday with no restrictions. A. E. iLaurltzen's parents, of Klemme, spent Sunday here. The Mil/ton Thompsons, of Sioux I City, came Saturday for a lew days visit at the parental George Thompson's. Mrs. Bllii Gelhaus and Mrs. at James Welfare's. iMrs. Julius Jenson, Center, and Herbert, Glen Yahnke's Friday of Buffalo visited ait Tiro Birthdays Are Celebrated— A dinner was given at B. M. Burlingame's Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Burlingame and Mrs. Ora Peterson, near Burt. Guests besides Mr. Peterson were the William Dunlaps, Frank Eisenbarths, Christopher Chases, the Bonnet family, T. E. Wick-wires, Virginia Lowman, Mrs. Hattie Burlingame, and Ada Merriam, all of this vicinity, and Nellie Burlingame, Algona. Training School is Planned— An Irvington woman's Farm Bureau training school will be 'held this week Wednesday at Mrs. Martin Becker's. The afternoon will be spent at studying and cutting patterns for house dresses for summer. Equipment will be note book and pencil, wrapping paper, and sewing outfits. Robison Baby is Baptised— Joanne Marie, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Robison, was baptised at the Lutheran church, Burt, Sunday. The August Robi- sons then went to the home of Mrs. Robison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse, and spent the remainder of the day there. Boldrldgo Daughter Visits Here— Bernice, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Boldridge, and her small son arrived from Piney Woods, Miss., for a visit Friday. Her husband, a teacher in the Piney Woods school, was unable to Mrs. Mary TWlmoney, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, son Bill, and Janice Williams were in Bancroft Saturday. Elmer Zielske and Rolland Gable spent last week here. They returned to school at Fayette Sunday. Janice Williams, of Van Meter, spent the week-end at L. W. Wiemer's. A large crowd a/ttended Easter •program at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The A. E. Lauritzen's son Jerry and Howard Mayne's son, Wallace, were baptized. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett took James Logan to Mason City Friday, where he played a trombone solo in the district music contest. Saturday Mrs. Jack Welfare, Mrs. James Welfare, Mrs. Jess O'Keefe, Mrs. Tice Brack, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halvorson, A. E. Lauritzen, and •Miss Randall attended the district music contest at Mason City, where Thousand One Hundred • „ and 13/100 ($8166.'18) Dollars and costs, taxed at'One Hundred Forty- one and 28/100 ($141.28) Dollars and accruing costs, !• have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of thfi said John P. Mersch, Anna Mersch, The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States and Kossuth County, Iowa, to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: Commencing at the Southeast Corner of Section Seventeen (17), Township Ninetyfour (94) North, Range Thirty (30) West to point of Intersection of the south line ot the Southwest Quarter of said Section Seventeen (17) with the Kossuth and Humboldt Joint Drainage Ditch No. 2, thence In a Northeasterly direction following the .line of said ditch to the point of intersection of said Kossuth and r>« n t nnn fJonl-cro Thnmnoon Tioirn Ihnnti ^11 M,« UUI ttllu "-UIH'UUIUI, 'UrailiagO UHCA ueorge inompson nave ibeen ill the Mn o ,,.n-i, »>... xt«_»i u_ » »i_past weekend are under the care J* '• *^L?"* " h ° of Doctor Oevine. •Mildred Granner spent the weekend at Cedar Falls. Harold Granner and Genevleve Kltley were at Hardy over Easter Jess O'Keefe's sister, Mrs. Kerr and family, of Elmore, visited here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kramer, of Webster City, and two sons, spent Saturday and Sunday at J. W. Hartshorn's. The annual junior-senior banquet will be held this Thursday evening in the gymnasium. Mrs. Roy iLlink entertained the W. F. M. S. Friday. Mrs. 'Norm Pinged will entertain the Methodist Aid this week Thursday a'fternoon. •Mary Jane Lewis,, an aJIumnus, visited school last week Tuesday. She is attending college at Cedar Falls. The high'school baseball team went to Titonka Friday for the first game ithis spring, and lost 3-2. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ZJielske a girl Saturday. This is their .first child. Southeast Quarter of Section Seventeen (17), thence East to Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of said Section Seventeen (17), thence South Eighty (80) rods, thence East Eighty (80) rods, thence South Eighty (80) rods to place of beginning, containing 86 2/3 acres; 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 5th day of May, 1933, at the east door of the Court (House in A'lgona, 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 un- leraigned. Dated this 6th day of April. 1933. CARIL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth 'County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy, leorge A. Wilson, Des Moines, Plaintiff's Attorney. ATTENTION FARM, AND POULTRY!^ 'We have a complete line of the FAMOUS VICTOR FEEDS AND CHICK jy Special prices this week. 8 > Buy. before the market advances Phone 308. Sl Anderson Grain & Coal Office at St,&St.L. Tracks, 32-33 is now at Rome Robison's. Mr. Philp is employed at the Gilbert farm, north of Algona. Mrs. Barney Frankl and her daughter Camilla spent Monday with Mrs. Frankl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mulligan, near Bancroft. The Robert Spurgeons were S,un- day callers at Fred Dole's. The Douglas Rileys were Sunday- guests at Roy Hicklin's, near Woden. Mrs. Jessie Schmidt and her son Durwood recently spent a few days with Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ray Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. William Summers, Eagle Grove, came Saturday to visit at the Austin Summers home. Mrs. George Scuffham, 'her baiby, Dorothy Schulz, and Kenneth Lyons, were Ames visitors Sunday. The Aid met last Thursday at the Annex, and did Red Cross sewing, IS women attending. Sexton get away now, but will come later. West Bead In Use Again— The road just west of Irvington, which had ibeen out of use since the high water, is now open again, but has not been fully repaired, and slow and careful driving is necessary. Jucob Miuisdam Has Operation— Jacob Maaadam, who had been sick of late, went to Mason City one day last week and underwent an operation for sinus trouble. He returned late in the week. Other Irvlnerton News. iMrs. Loris Crawford, now o Minneapolis, recently came for a 'ew days with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Frank Miller. Her sons Ger aid and Dean spent all of last week with their grandparents and the James Crawfords, Whittemore. The )oys were having- a spring vacation. Mrs. Crawford came to Algona wlith Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. The Floyd Gardners were Sunday guests at Vernon Robison's. The Harry Sahins were afternoon callers at M. L. Honey's. Mrs. Charles Sankey and the Arthur Rileys were Lu Verne visitors. Mrs. Lew Schichtl and son Wayne spent from Saturday till this week Monday morning with relatives at Algona Mrs. Percy ScMchtl and her son Jerry went to iLu Verne last Thursday for several days with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus-. Bert Ramus, who had been assisting his grandmother, Mrs. Charles Sankey, in the store here, recently returned to Lu Verne. John Mcllhattin, Lanark, 111.', who had teen with relatives here for several days, was taken home last week Wednesday by Mrs. Charles Reaper. They were also accompanied by Mrs. Frank Haldeman and Mrs. George Wes-ley, Algona. The women returned Friday. Due to lack of advertising, only a small crowd attended a musical program given .by the Star class last week Wednesday eveniing. Fifteen cents was charged and the proceeds given to the church treasurer. Refreshments were enjoyed in the Annex, after the program. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ballard, who had been with Mrs. Sankey and the Arthur Rileys several weeks, left one day last week. Mr. 'Ballard returned to their home at Redwood Falls, Minn., but Mrs. Ballard stopped at Swea City to visit her brother, Ira Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman (Lyons recently went to Ames, where Herman has work and they will live for the time being. The couple went down with a sister of Herman, who lives there and had been visiting at George ScuMham's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skilling, Algona, entertained the following at dinner Sunday: the Frank and Elliot Skillings, the O. L. Millers, the Roy Lees, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fry. and Kenneth Gregson. The Missionary society meets this week Friday at the church. Mrs. O. L. Miller will have charge; topics, The American Indian and Chosen. Women attending are to take covered dishes. Mrs. Henry Lofing, who came several days ago, and iher daughter Jeanne, who had been at A. McLean's several weeks, returned to their home at Mason City Saturday Mrs. Percy Pnilp, who had 'been at Vernon Robison'a a few yeeks. The (Ferris Johnsons, of Gilmore City, were Sunday dinner guests at W. C. Taylor's. Mrs. G. B. Wise spent Saturday and Sunday -with her daughter Mrs. .Loyd Steven, Burt. She re turned Sunday night, and Mr. an Mrs. Steven attended' church ser vice here that evening-.. Mrs. Warmbierj.'Lu Verne, daugh ter Lena, Mrs. Charles Pugsley, o Bmmetsburg, and the A. L. Green fields were 'Sunday dinner guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham James Chapman, Cylinder, wa also there. Mrs. Harley Steven's mother Mrs. John Wermerisen, Algona wa reported low .Sunday night, bu slightly better Monday:. •Mr. and Mrs. AlDerf- Cfrosenbac entertained at 6:30 dinner Mondaj night in honor of Mr. and Mrs Harry Wilson, Algona', who ar moving to Wichita, Kas-., late thii week. The evening was spent a •bridge. Mr. and Mrs, F: L. Thorpe Al gona, were Sunday dinner guest: at Albert Grosenbach's. ucation, and to Whom It May Concern: Notice Us hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of Chapter 206 of the Code of Iowa a convention is hereby called, to be held at the Court House at Algona, Iowa at 10 a. m. Tuesday, May 9. 1933, for the purpose of electing a county superintendent of schools for a term of three years and three members of the county board of education for a like term. Each school corporation in Kossuth county except rural Independent districts shall .be represented at said convention by the president of the school board, or, in his absence or inability to act, by .some member of such board to be selected by such board. Notice is further given that the representatives of rural independent districts shall be selected on Tuesday, April 25, 193?, in accordance with Sections 4099 and 4100 o 1931 Code of Iowa at a meeting o the presidents of such- districts ii the several townships of the coun ty at their usual meeting -places at 10 a. m. of said day, and th secretaries of such meeting* shal notify the undersigned of the per sons so selected. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this, 18th day of April, 1933. I Union The road east towards Plum Creek leading off'from the dlagona road, 3y 2 miles nortli- of Algona was closed weelt- before .last be cause the recent flood waters took out several feet of grade and put a quarter of a milei including the approach to the- bridge, In bad con- (iition. There are no houses on this road, which is- often used by farmers for- hauling. The road is mos.t frequentetf on- Sunday and -a. —"•--wv* tin tjutiuayt? culC pleasant evenings by- young people Field work fbr most farmers started last week Wednesday. Since then much small grain planting has been done. Many farmers wil finish that work this week Maud Schenck, Minneapolis, visited from- FYitfay Mil Sunday with Kossuth relatives and. old friends A fellow teacher, Louisa Weatherhead, accompanied her. The Minneapolis schools were closed for a vacation last week. Miss Schenck reported her mother, Mrs. Sadie Schenck, still suffering from arthritis m the right hip. Mrs. Schenck has to walk with the air of crutch'S< THE ADVANCE CAN USE A FEW loads of cobs on subscription account, also a few loads of furnace wood. We credit you at the market price and our $2 subscription rate and give you back a 50c trade check for each $2. Cobs or wood nust lie delivered soon. 27-31 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP CONVENTION. Notice -of Convention to elect County Superintendent of Schools and members of County Board of Ed WANT AD5 ^T^* IL 1)1 . 1- —tfp 32 B. J. BUTLER, County Auditor NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent o£ vs. Farmers Savings Bank, Sw.eat City Iowa, Defendant. To Whom It May Concern:. Notice is herehy given that, tltere is now on file in the ofifice o£ fifie Clerk of the District Court of Iowa m and for Kosauth county, tite an- phcatlon of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking otttte) State of Iowa, as 'Receiver of the Farmers Savings Bank, Swea City; , ea y; Bma asking that he may fee: authorized! to compromise and settle all Indebtedness owing by John Cassem to sa d Bank as per tennis sefc out In said application. And you are further notified! .that by order of the Hon. F. C. David- the Judges; o£ 2ourt, the hearing on sai'di matter has .been set for T.UaBday, April 25th, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, at the Court House in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa>, at whfch time and place you may appear and show cause, If any you have, why said settlement ShouT* not be made, and order entered as therein prayed. Dated this 18th day o£ April. -Doo. £.. A". ANDREW, Superintendent of Bunking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of tlie Farmers Sav- mg 9 Bank, Swea City Iowa By Harry V. 'HUH, . , Examiner in- Charge. COSSUTH COUNTY, SS Notice fe hereby given that by irtue of special Execution direct- nit i m< l fi ' om th& Cterk of the District Court of Kossuth County owa on .a Judgment rendered in 981 £ t m the 5Ul day of ^ 933, to favor of Bankers Life NOTICE OF SHEHIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of (Special Execution directed to me from the Olerk of the District 'Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 13th day of April, 1933, in favor of Bankers Life Company, as plaintiff, 'and against In Rem, as defendant, for the sum of Fifty^five Hundred Ninety-six and 50/100 ($6696.50) - Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Eight and 80/100 ($108.80) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Rea'l property as the property of the said George Hafoenicht, Louise Habenicht, husband and wife, F. W. Knigge, widower, John P. Heider- scheidt, Cordia Heiderseheldt, hus- Jand and wife, Joe Kenne, B. B. Teague, Margaret R. Teague, husband and wife, C. F. Teague, Inez Teague, husband and wife, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, Kossuth county, Iowa. to satisfy said execution to-wit: The South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Twenty- eight (28) Township Ninety-five (95) North Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5th p M • MRS. F. L. TRIBON Will Hold A REAL RUMMAGE SAl In the linsenient of the Chrlstenscn H roSl Co',< Friday and Saturday, April 21 tt iid 22 All are fine up-to-date garments in good colors-ami ARE EXTRA GOOD VALUES I will have 43 spring coats, 100 spring An. 'suits, sweaters, silk and cotton blouses ami dresses. u We urge you to come, look these things nv try them on. You know you are always my sales. MRS. T. L. and I -win proceed to sell' said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs; at puiblic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand on the I3th day of May, 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 thfs 16th day of April, OABL DAHUHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth 'County, Iowa. By Casey 'Loss, Deputy George A. Wilson, 32-33 F.&NOR1DN&SON MWnes-, Plaintiff's Attorney. KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. •Notice Is hereby given that by Ttrtoe of General Execution direct- nll 0 - mi t tr0ln ' the OIerk of '^e District Court of Kossuth County vra. on a judgment rendered in £id court on the 28th day of VTarch, 1933, fn favor of The Lotto Creek Store, as plaintiff, and against Wrilfam Kadlrig, as de- endant, for the sum of Thirty-five md fil/ioo (J86.B1) DolC , «d 2f Rs ' taxed at Seven and 60/100 ?7.60) Dollars and accruing costs have levied upon the following .escribed personal .property as the •roperty of the said William Ka? S g «n l 8 **" 3 ' saW ^ecution tott: 500 bushels of yellow corn In vire crih with roof over all- nd I W fft proceed to sen said roperty, or 80 much thereof 'as «™?| 6 nec l s f ar y to satisfy said xecution, with costs and accruing osts at public auction, , to the nglhesc ^der, for cash', 'in hand! n the 2nd day of May, 1933, at the ast door of the Court House in sona, m Kossuth County, Towa t the hour of 10 o'clock a m°of aid day, when and where due at If you are thinking of making the necessaryj pairs on your farm buildings or your fences- SEE US F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229—Lumber and Coal COME IN WITH YOUR ILL LET SWIFT FIND CITY BUYERS FOG. .THESE EGGS ss*^ given . Dated this 10th day 5 OQ. un- April, iW w« ge ?—!* j a / S a , n ?§g rareI Xtraveled far.Marketsforfars] duce were limited by the Stance ahorse could trot in a f- J by farm patrons of Swift & J ^.•j' . yy~ ""•"" produce stations have a market virtuwk .-an,? 8 ,/ < t d States< Swift ' 8 Brookfield eggs and buttell ana do- go wherever consumer demand is good. • GO OUT WITH YOUR MO! Mimeographing Advance Pvbfahing Co. SWIFTS T^TAKE MY ADVICE- SELL voufc EGGS TO SWIFT VOU'LL GET FAIR, PRICES, COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND CASH elf . P ^ haSed fl n OIn farmers ty Swift & Company arepl cash, city money flows to the country, I Buy,ing price quotations at the produce plants are close to M ing in consuming centers over the country less the necess^l >tmg costs on the way. Volume and effiSy make these orij M thlAS? mpany P rofit8 ' over a Period of years, have t* 3 man half a cen * a pound of all products arid per dozen rf Swift A Company Purveyors < " " " Quality BrookfieU £**•»• and Golden

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