Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1933
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OPERETTA IS TO BE GIVEN AT1EDYARD Ledyarrf, Apr. 26 — This week Friday night the operetta, Love Pirates of 'Hawaii, will be presented in the high school auditorium. Following is the cast in order of appearance: Dorothy .Dear, daughter of plantation manager, Miss Grander; Miss Primer, teacher of private school for girls, Thelma Driest, Lillian Saunders, Lydia jand Maile, Hawaiian girls, Louise iPriest, Lillian Caunders, Lydia Logemanri, Lumetta Reece; Billy Wood, lieutenant, Mr. Granner; pirate chief, Mr. Lauritzen; Scory, a priate. James iLbgan. A girls' chorus is composed of Clara Wirljes, Alice Hagge, Aleatha Brack, Luetta Gelhaus, La Vaun Farrow, Mildred Vaughn, Elaine Blomo, Ella Goetz, Esther Junkermeier, Adah and Idah Tel- Itanip, Enna Barslou, Eleanor Sanders, Elsie and Irene Swartz, Fern •Lewis, Chrystal Bcrgluml. A boy's chorus is composed of Ervin Klinksick, Paul iN'itz, Marvin Junkermeior, La Vern Edwards, Alvin Dupping, Dale .Estle, Tilmer Halvorson, Kenneth Thompson, •Marvin Wiese, Roland Kollaseh and Lawrence Lewis Juniors Itnnqucf; Seniors- Last Thursday evening juniors were hosts to the seniors and faculty. The banquet was served in the gymnasium in a "pirate's cabin." Miss Nolan and her home economics class cooked the dinner, and four sophomores, Paul Hoi- comb, Raymond Browning, Mildred KOSSUTtt COUNTY i ADVANCB.ALQONA t IOWA IRISH NEWSPAPER GIVES SLANT ON THE SITUATION IN AMERICA In the newspaper that A. Hutchi-1 phere and gleams of America's son received recently announcing gold reserve. It is a terrible the death of his sister, there is one paragraph which is interesting. It is a part of a column, in which the writer Mr. Mulcaghey, reviews the world situation, and he says: "Then let us look west and what do we find in that erstwhile land of prosperity and riches? Many thousands of people who worked and saved for a rainy day banked their little hoard and with the col- thing." This was published March 17, shortly after the closing of the United States 'banks, and .reopening had not been universal enough to reach the news cables of the world. The paper is a curiosity to readers here. The columns are nearly two and a half inches wide. The front page is entirely devoted to advertising, most of which is of the .,. „ »,„_ i.Miiv.ii.iuiiifijj inuauwi. >v n iijii io UL tllC apse of the .financial institutions i want advertisement variety. There they are beggars today, depending! are several advertisements for on the charity of those who saved nothing. Unemployment is universal there also. The whole fab- whiskeys, and also several stories of fines for drunkenness. Advertisements are set without „ ... uu . * ..^, ,, i.v.i, LIVW ^YU y Cl LladlmlHS ill C Set WltilOUt ric of American commerce and fi- border, the lines running the entire nance has been pulverized. The j width of the advertisement. Main doors of the erstwhile haven of the headings are "title"/style, such as oppressed and poor of the world, Great Spring Campaign, Special have been closed for some time. Notice, etc. One advertisement The crust of the earth here too is j stresses "buy Empire goods" and rocking, the fulfillment of prophecy regarding earthquakes, wars, and rumors of wars seems to be imminent. All this in the atmos- tied in with it is a campaign to buy the' goods of 'that .particular district of Ireland. Prices are given in sterling, such as 6/4/3. Piney Woods Dormitory For Girls Burned Down Vaughn and Esther Junkermeier were waiters. The menu was fruit cocktail, mashed potatoes, chicken, pirate salad, radishes, celery chirnps, rolls, jelly, chests, ice cream, and coffee. Tilmer Halvorson was toastmaster. Mr. Lauritzen gave a toast on the Pirate Chief, Mr. iBarrett on The Crew, Ervin Klinksiek on Pirating, Alvin IDepping, The Lighthouse, and Fern Lewis, Chests of Gold. Following this the group went to the reception room for songs, a radio program, a one-act play, and other numbers. There are IS seniors this year. Church Fire is,Put A week ago Monday evening at 4:30 a 'fire in the Methodist church, caused 1)y a bonfire creeping along the grass, was put out. A lot of damage was done by fire and water. Services were he'ld in the German Evangelical church Sunday morning. Leon Worden repaired the outside of the building to keep out the rain. Irvington, Apr. 24— Mrs. Monroe VIoLaurin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Boldridge, who is visiting her parents for an indefinite time, brings an interesting and tragic story of the recent fire at Piney Woods, Miss. She was a spectator. The fire burned the building erected as a memorial to the late Mrs. Laurence Jones which was being used as a girls' dormitory till completion of the new fire-proof 'building. This dormitory is being erected to take the place of one burned a few years Essays Win- Some time aco the Amprirnn ° -ixiut,in_au , 01 nment c HSS wrote essays on The ago. Work on the fire-proof building has been slow because of lack of funds. Mrs. McLaurin says the recent fire originated between the walls, and is believed to have started from faulty insulation of electric wires. The building, besides serving as a dormitory, contained the girls' kitchen, dining rooms, teachers' quarters, sewing rooms, etc. The building was a complete loss, and it was not insured. The sum of $6,000 is necessary for completion of the new dormitory. Laurence C. Jones, principal and founder of the school, is making a plea for aid in any amount of money as a gift or loaned on an annuity plan. Girls who lost everything in the fire are also in great need of clothing, dishes, cooking utensils, etc. Missionary Society Meets Fridar- The mer residents of this vicinity. Irving-ton F. B. Women Meet— The Irvington woman's Farm Bureau met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Martin Becker, 21 women attending. The meeting began at one o'clock under the direction of Mrs. Paul Leaverton, H. D. A., and patterns for summer dresses were studied, plans for Achievement day were laid. Mrs. Becker served refreshments late in the afternoon. Friendly Club Meets Apr. 19— The (Friendly club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Armour Lemkee; Mrs. U. B. Frankl, assisting hostess. It was decided that the hostesses of one month should furnish the entertainment for. the following month. The hostesses for May will toe Mrs. George Scuff- ham, and Mrs. Vern Barker. Vcrn Barker Birthday Observed— Mrs. Vern Barker entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Barker's .birthday. Guests were the WiJliam Boldridges, Mrs. Ed Hammer, John Hammer, Mary Manthei, Leonard Manthei, the Earl Millers the Stephen Loss family, the Peter Halsruds, and the William Metzens. Lay Acliievement Day Plans- Farm Bureau women in Riverdale township met for a lesson MUSIC FEST PLANNED AT LQNE ROCK Lone Rock, Apr. 24—A home music festival will be held here this week Friday evening in the high school auditorium, and a school exhibit will be held following the festival. There is no admission fee. The following program will be given: a primary chorus, The Sandman, Cuckoo 'Clock, Swing Song; piano solo, Coila Jane Holllster; Junior chorus, Plowman, We "Sail the Ocean Blue, Naples; folk dance, first and second grades; folk dance, third and fourth grades; girls' glee club, Cradle Song, Barcarolle, Lift T.hlne Byes; violin solo, Irene Whltford; boys' glee club, Away to Rio, Caisson Song, My Heart's in the Highlands; violin solo, Jeannette Whitney; mixed chorus, Sea Fever In the Evening, In Old Madrid; grand finale, U. S. Marines. Surprise for the M. E. IJIancJnirds— The Alex Kruegers, Fred Gen- riches, Albert Thompsons, Roy ZunkeI,--Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus, the Lawrence Newbroughs, and Grace -Newbrough motored to M. E. Blanchard's, Irvington, Sunday to surprise them with a birthday dinner in honor of both Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard. Three Clubs Held Meetings— . 'Mrs. Watson Shick entertained the Larkin club last week Tuesday and the Sewing club last Thursday. St Benedict diet, were Sunday visitors at Nath-1 Quarter art Studer's, Mr, and Mr*, Verrion a'*** " Allrleda drove to Charter Oak Friday for the week-end with their brother, the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, and sister Lenore, who attends high school there and will .finish this year. Most farmers here have finished seeding and are ready for a spring rain. It rained some Monday afternoon but not enough to wet the soil. The past week's weather has been good. Trees are beginning to bud, and the grass is coming up. Mrs. C.' M. Immerfall, her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Jones, and Mr. Jones, of Mitchell, S. D., arrived Friday, and Mrs. Immerfall will re- nain at her home for the summer, going back in the fall. Evelyn Eischeid entertained eight little girls at a 'birthday party Sunday. Dinner was served, and the afternoon was spent at games. The Young Ladies' Sodality had a card party at the hall Sunday evening, and it was fairly well attended. v Mrs. John Burel, of Carroll, and two daughters spent- a few days here .last week, v.isiting relatives. Benner, Mason City, and their son Amelia Arndorfer and her slater Bui-tort visited Wesley relatives. 'Mr. arid Mrs.'Howard Schofe, of Humboldt, and their little daughter, visited 'Howard's aunt, Mrs. Clarence Ward, Sunday. The J. T. Meurers visited the Wm. Jledings, near St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. iMelvold, Cottonwood, Minn., and their sons Orrln and Noval visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Frank Kouba Sr., from Saturday to Sunday evening. Mr. and Mm Henry Kunz will visit their son and daughter at Minneapolis and St. Paul a few days next week. Doctor and .Mrs. Alson Braley, Iowa City, visited Alson's parents here Saturday and Sunday. at Section twenty ..„_. , towriiifilp KlneiHltb (95) North Range . Twenty-eight LEGAL NOTICES | (28) West of the 6th if. „.„ arid I-will proceed to Sell .said property, or so much thereof an may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing coats at public auction, to the 'highest 'bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 13th 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 this ISth day of April, 1933. CA'RL DAML/HAUSBR, Sheriff at Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. George A. Wilson, DCS Molnes, Plaintiff's Attorney. 32-33 BUSING DIRECTJI NOTICE Ol 1 PKOJIATE OF WILL No. 3720. president, opened the Ballot contest day at the Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, meeting with a scripture lesson, and a song, The Old Rugged Cross, was sung. After prayer the meeting was directed by the leader, Mrs. 0. L. Miller on the Chosen and The American with Mrs. Peter Halsrud last Thursday. Mrs. Paul Leaverton was in attendance. The afternoon was spent at planning for Achievement day. Other Irving'ton News. Mrs. Lafe Turner, Algona, and topics Mrs - Frank Ditsworth were last Indian. Thursday^ afternoon callers at M. • - - -, •• .....^ ouiuo uuiu umicu uy Mrs. k- Roney's. The Harry Winldes , t T, 1V n", y r, Amorieiin Le - Earl Miller and Mrs. K. P. Roney, Algona, and the Harry Sabins were at liuuiuo (-.enter. Lakota was and prayer was offered by Mrs. i Sunday callers at Rome Robison's. Oil LG I'Pfi. inn fi'j>c?f 4-l-v ...-in n-:ii; -n _ -i i • -i . m i Tr-.« .-.•,-, ,1 i /r i *•>•• i <. _ _ __ . a ' 1 ' la ?°. . so . Ios w ore Played also entered. The first three award.-; were Riven to Ledyard. LuniPita Re.-M-e.. 1'irsl, Anna Jones, srcoivi, uml .\leliiiila. tloetx. third. William Boldridge. Twelve women j covered-dish supper in room. Mrs. William Boldridge Mrs. .Frank Flaig entertained the Busy Friday club, Mrs. lEmil Kraft, Mrs. Jack Quinn, and Mrs. .Blanchard assisting, 12 attending. The next meeting will be with Mrs Fred Genrich. 4-H Club Giresl>arty— The Burt Lively League 4-H club had a card party last week Wednesday evening at the Lone Rock hal'l, with four tables of 500 and nine of bridge. DeHbert Hanna won high at '500, Arthur Priebe at bridge. The girls served coffee and doughnuts. Commencement Coming- Soon— Commencement exercises will 'be held May 15. Evert Leon Jones, of Storm iLake, former president of Buena Vista college, will give the address. The baccalaureate sermon May 14 will ibe given by the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, .pocal pastor. John Spnink Home Apnin— Mrs; Jolin Sprank, daughter Helen, and' Anna Flaig^ drove to Rochester (Friday, returning Saturday, and Mr; Sprank returned with them, after a week of treatment. Business Colleg-e Head Speaks— A Mr. McDanniels, president of the Fort Dodge Tobin business college, gave a talk on the world's fair at the high school auditorium Friday morning. Other Lone Rock. The Chris Shasers had as Sunday guests the Walter Johnsons and Harvey Raths, Algona, the Wil- PETITIONS AT WESLEY FAVOR TWOTEACHERS Wesley, Apr. 24—Last week a petition was circulated among citizens of Wesley and high school students asking the reelection of Supt. Swanson and Coach Klooz. One of the persons active in the matter has .requested publication of the following comment: "The fact that the 'petition was signed 'by a majority of the citizens of Wesley and the vicinity, also of the students, is evidence of the esteem in ,which these men are held. "The petition, while not successful, gave the .people an opportunity to show appreciation for the good work done by the men a^ teachers in the Wesley schools during the last three years. It is the wish of all here that they will ibe equally successful In new positions." Wesley In Music Festival— The county music festival will be held at Algona Saturday, March 29. Wesley will enter 31 .pupils, who will represent us in all groups except the band. Practices will be held Monday and Saturday afternoons at Algona. A packed house enjoyed the festivals the last two years, and we expect a repetition this year. If you like good music, come. The date of the Junior class play, Safety .First, has been set for May 6, Good Hope Brotherhood Host- State of Iowa, • Kossuth county, ss. in District Court, March term, 1933. To All-Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Frank H. Shackelford, deceased, dated February 25, 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read the 10th day of May, 1933, is fixed for hearing proof of same : at the Court House in Algona, Imva,beforo the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock a. m, of the day above mentioned all .persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allow-' ed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 10, E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Grelner, Deputy. Van Ness & Stfflman, Attorneys. 31.33 1933. I.u.-u i:\--Irvinu-toninns Have Firo— It. is reported that the house on the Tom Cole-man property at Og- dc-n recently caught fire and was considerably damaged before the The Rev. I. C. McNulty and four or five men of his congregation will attend an Algona sub-district meeting of the Methodist Brotherhood at Good Hope this week Tuesday. Mr. McNulty will continue the special meetings at Sexton this r , --- --"•- - .• ...^ Tr • - ,-••, week Wednesday,. Thursday, and lioldndffos and Mrs. Monroe jj c . iHullmrts, Mrs. Lillian Tlionrpson, [Friday evenings. Regular mornine I" !"l II It ill ri it ,1 1 ,,•,..,. _. ... ' fl fl 1 1 O ll fr\V "V ril'ti \ .-. 1-. ,1 •_. . _ * J **fcj the entertained guests from Manly liam Ratlls > Good Hope, Mrs. John Sunday. A week ago Sunday the ' Rat h. son Lawrcmro, the Ralph NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S iSAIE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. •Notice is herefry given that by virtue of General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a jud'gnrent rendered in said court on the 28th day of March, 1933, In favor of The Lotts Creek Store, as -plaintiff, and against WilWam Kading, as defendant, for the sum erf Thirty-five and 61/100 ($35.51) Dollars and costs, taxed at Seven and GO/100 ($7.60) Dollars and' accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described personal .property as the property of the said William Kading to satisfy said" execution towit: 500 bushels-of yellow corn in NOTICE OF SIIEIUFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is herefby given that by virtue of 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 5th day of AprM, 1933, in favor of Bankers Life Company, as plaintiff, and against John P Mersch and Anna Merach, as defendants, for the sum of Eight Thousand One Hundred SlxtynFlve and 18/100 ($8165.18) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Forty- one and 28/100 ($141.28) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the fallowing described Real property as the property of the said John P. Mersch, Anna Mersch, The Equitable Life Assurance; Society of the United States and Kossuth County, Iowa, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: 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 of the Southwest Quarter of said Section Seventeen (17) with the Kossuth and Humboldt Joint Drainage Ditch No. 2, thence in a Northeasterly direction fol- ilowing the .line of said ditch to the 'Point of intersection of said Kossuth and Humboldt Drainage Ditch No. 2, with the North line of the 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 Bnte^r p ~ aperF °«> December March - 18U.1 W. B. tzuarton QDA1 &*MuJiJ Phones: 8. . MoM., 403 N P - HarrlnBton Phonea: ___ _ ___ K. J. VAN NESS, G. V I Office ove' Phone 213-w. - - - — . D. -Sh.um.way Attorney.^ Phono 180 thence thence wire crib with roof over and I will proceed' to sell „„.„ property, or so much thereof as all;. said her son were visitors r.aurin and at Gamer. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on stewardship. The text was taken from 1st Peter 4:10. '•* *i<'( :i rVh-ki'I — week Wednesday niyht the sehoolhou-se \ V as entered by rob- •• >\ 11 l-.tltli.. (1 111 (.! 111 Ull 1.1JI 1 • " ,,_, .,...»,.« i,..^, ,.. .. • ..x,i i t-iutii 0.0 L -L~ tJ L U J" 4'i.U training room and broke into the lla;:o could be extinguished. The !Members are to read the 55th chap- william office, where the desk was ran- ' Ilollsi! was occupied by the "-' ' '-" --*• • • '"-" " sacked and the large steel cabinet"" broken open. They received nothing except a nickel. htor Xeva. Mr?. Katherine Reerl, daughter Florence, and a Mr. Williams, all of Dakota City, visited Sunday „, William Krause's, and Mr. and Mrs. and evening .services here next Sunday. Pnstor Tliompson in'Farewell- be hold „„,.- „„,.„ wap-i Dehnert, Algona, visited Robert tor of Isaiah. I t-ho R- L. Padgetts- at the Mrs. Buckley is a ! The Aic}, meets this week Thurs-' llomc iy afternoon at the Annnv MOO. Ml ' s - E. -3 Buckleys. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cole-man. Biiscliiill TW The hi»-h Loses— school baseball „„,„ went to the tournament, at Titonka Saturday. Wesley beat them the first game, 4-2, and in a consolation game Grant won 4-H. -- -•--« '—. .,....,. wui^iiiuii, (lay afternoon at the Annex Mes- cause of the fire is not known ! dames Boldridge ami Barker,' host- The Colemans now live nearnesses. | Lu Verne, but formerly lived on [ Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, re- hoys ' the farm now occupied by the Ted" i cently spent a few davs at 6 I rtTlV.l ] MOWO 'T'lin 'On j-il-1 ni, f , n..n —1 £ ' 1\ ,T! T T >_ *" ' i here. Harrs. The Buckleys are also for- ! Miller's. McAnincli Family to Leave _ Merle McAninch left Monday for Rolt'e, where lie has work in a general store. Mrs. McAninch and son will go after school closes. Other Lodyan! News. The Ilzclph Campbells and Mr. and Mrs. Bd Campbells, of Seneca, Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Campbell stayed until Friday when the Leon Wordens look her homo. New Officers Elected for Union M. & D. Club Union Twp., Apr. 25—The Mothers and Daughters club met last , , .„., Thursday with Mesclamos Lillian came to Clifton Kngelby's last week ! Jones and Angie Stoutonberg west AVmlm^/l n \' T\1,.^. TTM n.,.^ i.~ii I tt! Burt. Program: club song; response to roll call, my favorite i ovening Lillian Jones, an<l Ethel Smith. Fanners Hard iit Work- Favorable weather the past week has found the farmers at work in daughters Catherine and' Gladys drove to Mason City Sunday to take Gladys back to the Hamilton business college. The Eniil Krafts had as Sunday guests Mr. and" Mrs. Otto Laalis, of Fairmont, son Harry; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hople, Truman, Minn., and' Mr. and Mrs. R: G. Borcliard't, East Krueger, daughter Muriel, Mrs. Fred' Genri'ch, and 1 Mrs. Fred' Hauck, Humboldt, mo- The Rev. 0. Thompson, recently pastor of the Congregational same church at Buffalo Center, preached his last sermon there Sunday. \cxt Sunday he ^will fill the Congrega- morning, Mrs. E. M. Hawks, daughter, Mrs; Sunday he will fill the Jessie Stebritz, and the latter's t'onal pulpit here in the Chain, Minn-. Mrs. Alex , tored to Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. E. M. Jensen motored to The .Methodist Aid met with Mrs. flower; talk, Hock Gardens, Marie - - — - ' K. A. Pingli While the planting season for small grains seemed late the , , _,, , • ;: ..... i ' ------- •"• <•"* "iua.il B'iuiia seemed late tile last Ihursday. Out of iGrovor, Burt, guest speaker; paper, buds on the trees and early snrine ' Gardens, Mrs. Winifred Bowers and rhubarb in gardens are ;ue*ts were Mrs. Pete red Looft, of S\vea City, Miss Kunz, of Wesley, and 'Mrs. Mary Green, of Blue Karth. Mrs. K. O. Htephenson and Mrs. J. T. Siiycle.r, of Fenton, were visi- Officers were elected for the year commencing September 1: Mrs. Julia Taylor, president; Mrs. Kthel 'Smith, first vice of year. at this tors at V. A. Rarrett's last week ; president; Mrs. Maude Nelson, sec'" " ' "" " ' ond vice president; Mrs. Irma Har- Tuosday. Mrs. Stephenson was a ioacher hero two years. vey, Mrs. Other Union News. James Cruikshank got home April 7 from a winter's sojourn in ----- ., - .^, ^.»n u »n, c ijicai»»nL, -uia. j California. He lives with his son Mrs. Joe Je.nkrt, of Bancroft, and [Clara Thompson, secretary; Mrs. I Frank on tlle old home farm. Other son Kermit, and F. a. Jenks, were i Man Ward, assistant secretary;! sons are Leonard and Arthur Un""* ' •- -- ,.,.,.. - -. ion, and a daughter Mrs. John Ditsworth lives near Hobarton. entertainod at Mrs. Blanche Jenks' Sunday before "Dad" Jenks leaves for Omaha again. Mrs. Cecil Peterson entertained Mesdames Laurilzen and Barrett, Misses Granner, Kitley, Stranahan, and Vaughn at a slumber party Friday night. -\\ I, Dorsey and son Fred drove | asks t , be to Bancrolt, \Vis., last week for i ne i"hbors William, who has spent the past six months (hero with a sister. Mrs. Cora Bacon, treasurer; Mrs. Minnie Sarchet, corresponding secretary. The hostesses served a tray lunch during the social hour. A. E. .Miller Heard From— A card from Arthur E. Miller, Elk Mound, Wis., to A. B. Schenck remembered to old other friends. The Millers tenanted the former Fletch- A,I,.I.,; . .„•" , ,; ; r"";y' er Hot'ius farm some ten years ago, Adelaide Hamla 1 went to Mason nm , M Mn , fl » j ^ • er the week-end. Miss Jones to !.._., ,.. .,. _ ^ ^ , .... , over the week-end, Miss Jones to Algona, and Miss Nolan to her home at C.utlirio Center. The Victor Lolands, of Swea George Heetlands, of sed by the recent tragedy on that farm. Neighbors recall that the house caught fire from a stove while the Millers were tenants. Mrs. Miller was alone, but she ,,, Pin rs - er was aone, u she call ° l1 neighbors who put out the ble's Sunday. Gcnevievo Kitlny w^iit to Hardy Saturday. Mrs. A. B. Lauritzen U fire. and Jerry went with her to •wick. Hen- Mrs. George T'.ui'v.iison's sister, h,jre Mrs. Zweifel, of C;:n\i!' and Beverly Mason v,-ei, day. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. B-irr"tt spent Sunday at -Liver-noro :.t the parental Chas. A. Raney's. Mrs. Louise Tillmoncy and the Joe Dulis, of Wells, visited at L. W. Wiemer's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wiese, of Lakota, were Sunday visitors at Albert Brand's. Harold Granner attended an athletic banquet at Elniore Friday evening. The Win. La Coeurs", of Amboy, were at Bd Junkermeier's Sunday. Alvin Carpenter went to Cedar Rapids Friday for a few days visit. Mrs. D. B. Mayer entertained the Sewing Circle a week ago 'Monday. The Howard Maynes were in Algona Saturday. >"urse Off for Iowa City- Eleanor Cruikshank, R. N., went to Iowa City Friday to care for a Mrs. Leighton, who was to submit . ., .. -uia. ^ui^iituji, wnu was to ^uumiL : ,,.',. « ' to a major operation at the uni- I L. I U OUfl- ,rrn«ui f if li nff-vJ* ., 1 T\T,ir. T ^.: r ,1^ 4-«.«. J n versity hospital. Mrs. Leighton is the mother of Mrs. Harry Jenkin- .son, whose husband, Dr. Harry Jenkinson, was reared in Union. Eleanor is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cruikshank, and she took her training at the university hospital. Eleanor's parents took her to Livermore, where she took a train to Iowa City. Mothers' T);iy 'IVa Planned— The annual sponsored by Mothers' day the Mothers tea, and Daughters club, will he held Thursday, May 4, with Mrs. Ada Hofius, who will (be assisted by Mrs. Norma Bailey. Every member may take a mother as guest. The program and other entertainment are being planned by a committee consisting of {Mesdames Cora Reid, FIFTY ATTEND LEDYARD FARM BUREAU MEETING Lakota, Apr. 25—The Ledyard township Farm Bureau met at Charles Gutknecht's Friday evening with an attendance of 50. The following program was given with Gertrude Wortman as chairman- Violin solo, Mariam Heetland accompanied by her mother, 'Mrs. Jerry Heetland; song, Waiting to Grow, Velma and Norma Heetland; solo, Dairy Maid, Iris Ann Heetland; exercise, Our Mothers, John and Joseph Berschman, Joan Heetland and Lupe Diaz; reading, Spring is Coming, Florence Heetland; A History Lesson, Katherine Berschman; song in Spanish, Jose Diaz; reading o£ By-laws, Mrs. J Heetland; Goal for 1933, Mrs. Lou Nltz; talks by Mrs. Leaverton, H. D. A., Mrs. J. H. Warburton and County Agent Morrison; accordion music, George Ennen. The meeting was then turned over to the township president, J. H. Holcomb. After adjournment lunch waa served. New Office Girl Coming. Lone Rock, Apr. 24 Elva Ewoldt, having completed a business course in the Mankato business college, returned Sunday, bringing her roommate, Clara Stratman, of Terrill, for a weekend visit. Jessie Smith, Algona, also spent Sunday there. Elva will begin work May 1 as office girl at the Algona ice cream factory. . Graettinger Saturday to take home her mother; Mrs. H. X. Osher, who had spent two weeks .here. The Mothers clXtb meets next week Wednesday with Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. .Lawrence jSTewbroush: assisting. The Charles Olsons and Mrs. Kva Godclen spent Sunday at Mrs. Godden's daughter, Mrs. WMliam Leeper's. Fred Flaig, accompanied by Glenn Sharp, made a business trip to Mason City last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Davison, of Mason City, spent last week Tuesday with the iL. R. Rodericks. The Mite society meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mrs. G. A. Sharp hostess. The Henry Stebritz family, Algona, visited Sunday at the Mrs. E. M. Hawks home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hauck, Humboldt, visited at (Fred Genrich's- over the week-end. H. J. Rice made a .business trip to Des Moines last week Tuesday, returning next day. Mrs. Ethel .Benjamin entertained the Tuesday club last week at Mrs. W. J. Cotton's. Mr. and Mrs. Fredercik Schultz made a business trip to Marshall, Minn., Sunday. Elsie Willrett, Algona, spent last week Monday night and Tuesday at Frank Flaig's. The Otis Sanders family spent Sunday with Mrs. Frank Gebest Estherville. The Harry Rahns have moved to the Rahn farm, south of town. The Roy Jensens spent Sunday at Edward Hauptraan's, Corwith. August Sprank, Ledyard, was in town Monday. Wesleyan Suffers Collarbone Break Wesley, Apr. 24-^Sllas Skow suffered a broken collarbone Saturday forenoon. The accident occurred when Mr. Skow was crowded between the end of his wagon and the chute at the railroad stockyards. He had the bone set at Doctor Adams' office, tout has since been confined to his 'bed, and has suffered considerable .pain. Scarlet Feyer at 3uri. Burt, Apr. 24—The D. L. God- dens are quarantined for scarlet vere. The daughter Leola has a light case. . , and at the Upper Flat in the evening. The following Sunday he will enter' upon Ms duties; as pastor at Fargo. .N. D. aiflce Jmtern Brother- Dites— Frank Wolf, accompanied by Adam Matern and Otto Goetz, went to Palatine, 111., last Thursday morning, to attend the funeral of Henry -Matern, Mr. Matern was a brother of the late Michael Matern, Wesley,, cousin of Frank Wolf, and uncle of Adam Matern and Otto Goetz-.. The. party returned 1 Sunday. Paul Vribcrj-- Brought Home- Paul .Frfburg, who has been a patient at Kossuth hospital, Algona, for months, was able Saturday to be brought to- the Carl Johnson home here. He is still very weak, but able to be about. at- 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 2nd 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 snid dny, when anil where duo'at- tendance will bo given by the undersigned. Dated this lOtli day of April, CARL DAHLHATJSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. L. A. Winkel, iPlaintiff'a Attorney. %<>.w South Eighty (80) rods, East Eighty (80) rods, „„„„,,, South iEighty (80) rods to place of beginning, containing 86 2/3 acres; and I wftll 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 5fch 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'at- tendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this Gth day of April 1933. CARL DAHL/HAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. George A. Wilson, Des Molnes, Plaintiff's Attorney. 32-33 Bee is Given- Women of the neighborhood tended a quilting-bee at Mrs George Schimmel's, northeast of Wesley, last week Wednesday afternoon. The hostess served abundant refreshments. Two Attend C. I). A. Meet— The Mesdames Julius Kunz and Alfred Erdman, delegates to a state C. D. A. convention at Ames drove to Ames Saturday morning and attended the convention Saturday and Sunday. Club Honors Mrs. Swanson— The Study club will be entertained at bridge at Mrs. A. M. Lease's this week Wednesday afternoon to honor Mrs. E. R. Swanson, wff e of the school superintendent. Glen Ash at Hospital— Glen Ash is at the Iowa City hospital, taking treatment for eye trouble. His brother Marion was called down Friday, because of ulens serious condition. Koyal Neighbors Give Party— The Royal Neighbors will give a card and dance party at the hall this week Wednesday evening. Fifteen cents admission will be asked. Other Wesley News. Supt. and Mrs. E. R. Swanson visited Mrs. Swanson's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. G. J. Stephens, at JJes Moines over the week-end Mr and Mrs. Henry iLooft, Seneca spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs' Bertha Loott. Mr. and Mrs/John Ormsby were entertained at Herman Bode's Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury, Carroll, visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Amesfoury from Saturday to this week Tues- KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby, given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Cleric of the District Court, of. Kossuthi Vauxity Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on tile 13th day of April, 1933, in favor of Bankers Liife Company, as .plaintm 1 , and against In Hem, as defendant,, for the sum of Fifty-live Hundred' Ninety-six and 50/100 ($5696160) Dollars and costs taxed! at One- Hundred EigM and 80/100 ($108.80) Dollars and accruing cost's, r hare levied upon the Hollowing described Real property as the property of the said George Habeni'cht, Louise Habenicht, hus'band and 1 wife p w Knigge, widower, John P. Heicter- scheidt, Cordla Heiderschetdt, husband and wife, Joe Kenne, B B Teague; Margaret R. Teague, iW band and wife, C. .p. Teague Inez Teague, husband and wife, Northwestern .Mutual Life Insurance Company, Kossuth county, Iowa to satisfy said execution to-wit• The South Half or the Northwest IT IS NOW HOUSEGLEANIHG TIME! BUGS Attorney.a( Office over Iowa Phone 206. r. A. DAJTSOJT Attorncy.At.law ^Office over Iowa Slate j Office, 460-J,= .1' DOCTORS JOHN IT. KENEFIC Physician ana Sari Offltee over Rexall Dm Office phone 301 Res. phone 326, " ' -I C. H. CHETZMEYBI Pnysiclan and Surg« urriee j n John GalbraJthl Phones: Office, 310; Ugona P. T. JAN8E, V~] Pnyslclnn niu Office on South Dodge! Phones: Office, CCC; res) Algonn, Iowa .— WALTER KIIASEH,! Physician and Sure Office in Quinby Bids, . Phono No. 12 • _ MET/VIX (i. HOCKS Physician nnil Sntp Office in PostofflceB Phones: Office, 197; resld W. B. AJfl)lM2WS,l Osfcojmtlilc I'/iysfdaii anil! Located in Onpral Hospj Phones: Office 1S7, : K. A. EVANS, M.I Over Borchardt Drug I. Phonea: Reslrtenco 312, offt Algona, Towa. INSURANCE Insurance Agency, we an h^ 6 , elad t0 be of ^rvice !o all their former patrons. We are in a position to provide insurance rance coverage in all lts branches in re - CURTAINS DRAPERIES Cleaned and delivered promptly. Wearing apparel of any ind cleaned, pressed and repaired. Prompt service, good work. Modern DRY CLEANERS 'Phone 537. We call for and deliver. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSOS| Dentist. Gas. or movoeaine used traction. Located over Christensenj Phonea: Business 166, re Algona, Iowa YETERIXARIAXI 1. IV. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Ate Phones: Office, 475-W.; INSURANCE KOSSUTH COOK'li' JIU. INSURANCE AS.SOCUT Over $16,000,000 worth of W In force. A home company| secure. J. O. Paxson. Your money can wy no greater cogffee value. By actual test there if none better, it gives you the most possible flavor, aroma and freshness, because it is a better coffee. THINGS WE THINK AB01 Do you find it hard to save money? U ? 01 ? mg to huild a home some day? your ow? ' e everttuall y to bave a business college 0 so 0 me W da ? y? t0 Send y ° Ur Son and " age? D ° y ° U S ° me times grow anxious about your a out e 8la( to give Information CEDAR RAPIDS LIFE INSURANCE C STOP Leas3 Convlth ' and Nancy Ann Mr. and Mrs. J. j. ^ a « Regina Dorr, all IT |T

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