Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1933
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PAGE EIGHT BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE iWeekly Newspaper Founded In 190'. Entered as Secona-Oiass Matter December 31, 1908. at the Postoffic- at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. LAWYERS ,W. B. Cjuarton H. W. Mills; QUARTON A JIILLEB Law Offices. Phones: Office 427. residence Jl« Algona, Iowa. J. L. BO NAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 4SO-W. Algona, Iowa SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNA? J. W. Sullivan S. E. ilcilahor L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., 309 B. E. McAi., 403. Algona, Iowa HARRINGTON & DICKINSON T. P. Harrington L. J. Dickinsoi Attorneys-at-Law j Phones: Office, 23: T. P. H.. 441 E. J. TAN NESS. G. W. STtLLHAJ j Lawyers i Office ever Iowa State Bank ! Phone 213-W. Algona, Iowa ' 6. D. Shuraway E. D. Kelb j SHUMWAT A KELLY " j Attorneys-at-Law Office tn Quinby Block Phone 5S Algona. Iow» KOSSpTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA GARDEN SCENE FOB J.-S, FEST AT LONE ROCK 9—The Mr. and Mrs. Max Borchardt, of Fargo, 'N. D., were last Thursday dinner guests at Emtl Kraft's, and that evening drove to East Chain, Minn., Mrs. Otis Sanders accompanying them. The Krafts visited the R. G. Borchardts there, and Mrs. Sanders the Owens family. Gordon Blanchard, State Teachers college, spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's, and annual, Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge *,,„ service 22.25 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service and a fair-sized crowd attended, rain keeping many at home. Mr. Holslnger has had experience at „„..„.„ _._, a . a » truck gardening as well as expert- j Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse. 1.20 mental work. His lesson treated ot small fruits, asparagus and other garden crops. A covered-dteh dinner was served. AntJ-Hepeal Delegate Named— wAx^oMmu A meeting was held at the pub- Salaries 386.00 T\ SpTirWll linil CO "J7*r«fr? «*p t\*rn+\\ *•» 4-A .-wn— _i t^ . . _ * • ""*"" _ . " Geo. L. and D. E. Miller, mdse. and labor 2.25 15.76 Advance Pub. Co., printing 63.02 Iowa Mach. & Supply, mdse. 110.54 WATER FUND r L ? ne R ,°i kl - May 9 ~~ T1 ? e annual i Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge! lie schoolhouse Friday evening to Earl BowmarTTahnr Junior and Senior banquet was giv-' business school, was with her par- elect a permanent local chairman i BuffaloM^ter'Co md'sT"" en at the high school building last! ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Macumber. and name a delegate for the anti-! The A P Smith?'vfV rvT Thursday evening. The setting was ! The Sewin* C,irc!« ™ P h i»^ ! repeal convention at Algona Mon-imdVe day. John Smith was elected Dayton-Dowd'coTrndse""" chairman; Editor E. N. Clemans, ~ delegate. W. E. Gutknecht was elected Judge, and Mesdames W. E. olutlon duly entered of record, ordered all noxious weeds to be destroyed at the time and In the manner set out in the following schedule: 1. That all weeds growing In the highways shall be cut at least twice during the growing season, the first cutting to be between June 15th and July 1st, 1933, and the 11, L. A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-Law Office in Quinby Building Phone ISO HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. Algona, Iowa Thursday evening. The setting was an old-fashioned flower garden; the decorations in green and white. The class flower was the white carnation. The following program was giv- •n: toastmaster. Philip Re illy; welcome. Dorothy Bierstedt; response. Marvil Mariow; music, An Old-Fashioned Garden. Imogene Roderick and Coila Jane Hoi lister; Flowers from an Old Bouquet, Supt. L. E. Godfrey; music. Memories. Evelyn Behrmann; prophecy, Verne Dacken; class I will. Mainard Genrich. Girls of the sophomore class who . served as waitresses were Coila 1 Jane Hollister, Imogene Roderick, Cleo Hobson. Evelyn Bierstedt, Dorothy Dacken, Margaret Householder, and Margaret Gladstone. Seniors are Ronald Christenson, Mainard Genrich, Harold Gross, Lola Mariow. Marvil and Marvin Mariow. Berneyce Roderick, Rob| ert Schmidt. Irene Whitford, and i I Glenn Householder. ! Juniors are Dorothy Bierstedt, • June Bierle. Ruby Cherland. Verne ! Dacken. Russell Gross, Murial ! | Long. Gordon Priebe. Harlan Mar- ' low. and Philip Reilly. | Ruth Cross, Junior sponsor, de- I serves much credit for directing i the banquet. Mothers of some of' the Junior members assisted. Following the banquet, the Juniors. Seniors, and faculty attended a show at Burt. The Sewing Circle met last Thursday evening with Mrs. H. J. Rice. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Emil Kraft. A large crowd attended a dance, . u _, here last week Monday evening, j Ley and" Oran O'Keefe, "clerks' Cato's Vagabonds furnished the music. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dott, Lamont, were at Watson Shick's last Thurs- Driver Hurt In Accident Clifford Jacobson, of Minnesota, — ran into the abutment of a cement day. They are cousins of the bridge west of town last week Sun- Shicks. (day night and was injured by fly- A picnic is planned for the last; ing glass. He- was taken to the class day of school. St. John's ball team, Buffalo 'Center hospital by a pass^in=a Bancroft, is scheduled to play here. '~~ —-*--'-* ~ • - -- Mrs. J. M. Blanchard visited at. the Lester Johnsons, croft, last Thursday. P. A. DANSON Attorney- At- Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-.J.; Res. 315 DOCTORS JOHN N. KE\EFICK Physician ana Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug- Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. ^'i --- __ __ _^_^^__^ C. H. CRETZJIEYER Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 Algona Iowj f i -- _ _ __ P. T. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, 3«' Algona, Iowa WALTER PHASER, 31. D. Physician and Surs-eon Office in Quinby Bids., Room 14. Phone No. 12 3IELTIN G. BOUBNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 137; residence, 21' W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, Res. 688. U. A. EVANS, M. D. Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office 308. j Algona, Iowa. I Senior Play Tomorrow Xisrlit— The Senior class play, the Blue Bag. will be presented this week Friday night in the high school auditorium. The setting is the lobby of the Macklyn hotel. Anton McDonald ami his chauffeur. George Reynolds, as the result of a foolis'h bet. are in quest of a blue bag. , While they are at the hotel, three women register, each carrying a blue bag. Chattanooga, the maid who appears "not as dumb as she looks." adds much amusement throughout the play. Bill Harrington, "a U. S. customs orficer. comes to the hotel in search of jewels that have been smuggled into the L 7 . S. in a blue bag. Anton and George are accused of the theft. The real crooks are found. George's love for Chattanooga is proclaimed, Anton inherits money, the play ends with elopers in the story happily married. The cast follows: Harold Gross, Ronald Christenson, Elvira Livermore, Berneyce Roderick, Marvil Mariow. Mainard Genrich, Robert Schmidt, Lola Mariow, Marvin Mariow. Irene Whltford, Margaret Householder, Glenn Householder. The Mite society meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Lawrence Ditmer. The Legion Auxiliary meets this week Friday with Mrs. George Pet- W. G. Flaig made a business trip to Mason City last week Tuesday. The Emtl Krafts spent Sunday at the Otto Laabs home, Fairmont. Lola Frye spent the week-end with her parents at Cylinder. LAKOTAWOMEN AT FEDERATED CLUB MEETING , Lakota, May 9—Mesdames F. O. ! Johnson. Delia M. Smith, W. E. . Gutknecht, E. R. Worley, j. H! ! Warburton, W. E. Ley, Robert Williams, George Heetland, Hilmer Hansen, Arthur Schissel, Ol'ga : Wortman, and E. J. Woodworth at- i tended a federation biennial at Ma- 1 son City last week. Titonka, Al- :gona, Burt, Lu Verne, and Swea ; City also had delegates. I The sessions were held at the i Christian church, which was far i too small to accommodate the crowd. A total of 622 delegates : registered, and, besides, there wer» ' . more than 400-out-of-town visitors. Courtesy teas, luncheons, and a Poole dinner were special features of the convention. Mrs. William Larrabee Jr., state president, presided. Some high lights of the convention follow: Russia, Jay (Ding) Darling, Des Moines; Citizenship, Mrs. Max Mayer, Iowa City; China, Mrs. Laura McMullin; prohibition Mrs. Ida B. Wise Smith; The American Home, Mrs. Edythe Wallace, Oklahoma, Points for Parents in Moines Register; Our and Grandmas, Royal Ames. Mrs. Grace Morrison Poole, na- wee k wii tional president of the general fed- Koppens. eration, . - - -. was not decided d visited at, whether he was drunk or asleep, near Ban- The car was badly wrecked. John Uke.na in Hard Luck— John, 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ukena, has been sick for some time with pneumonia, but had nearly recovered, when he was stricken with appendicitis last week and had to be taken to a hospital at Bancroft, where Doctor Devine operated. He is reported recovering. Ledyiinl F. B. Women Meet— Ledyard Farm Bureau women met at Mrs. George Winter's Friday, and a checkup on material for Achievement day was made, the style show discussed, and song practiced. Kienitz Family Here Again— The Will Kienitz family has returned to Lakota from Woden, where Mr. Kienitz managed a meat market. The business did not jus- justify the expense. Seniors Go for Picnic— The high school Seniors and Miss Lockwood went to Interlalcen Saturday for a picnic dinner and roller-skating. Senior Play Tomorrow Jfteht The senior play, Fickle"Fortune, will be presented in the school auditorium Friday night. Other Lakota INews. Mrs. William Turley, who was .ately called to South Dakota by word of the serious illness of her mother, came home last week Tuesday. Her mother is still critically sick, and Mrs. Turley expects to go back soon. Mrs. Sarah Patterson was hostess to the Methodist Aid last week Tuesday, and plans for an annual guest day were completed. Aid members from Swea City and Ledyard and all Lakota women will be guests. Twenty-seven rural school pupils ., . Worthington Pump & Mfg" second cutting not later than Sep-» 81.00 tember 15th, 1933, and all noxious 4.64! weeds shall be cut and destroyed I by the owner or occupant whether 1.65 on the property or on the adjoining 94.32 ' ' ' ' ' .... Corp., mdse. 3.35 Skelly OH Co., gas and oil 14.08 H. W. Post, frt. and dray. 2.96 State Hygienic Labs., water test 1.00 Salaries , 216.00 highway, between the dates named, Tom Akre, rent F. W. Green, 7 dogs Aero Service Station, gas and oil •Pestotnik Oil Co., gas and oil Chas. Hoffman, gas and oil N. W. Bell Tel. vice Co., ser- 10.42 3.50 6.2S 9.05 9.01 3 25 Street salaries 513^5 J. I. Holcomb, mdse. Austin Western Road Machinery Co., mdse. Gierke-Robinson Co., mdse Kent Motor Co., repairs __ •Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse 'Larid & McCullough, tables and chairs •H. W. Post, frt. and dray. Botsford (Lumber Co., mdse. Kohlhaas Hdw. Co., mdse. H. N. Kruse Ins. Agency, 'bonds Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse.~_II • Geo. L. and D. E. Miller' mdse. and labor Harry Godden, mdse. and labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary ___ Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse. Algona Insurance Agency, insurance Skelly Oil Co., gas and~~oil SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary Donald Palmer et al, labor Sid Spear, labor, sewer 4.00 C. F. 'SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. 32.40 8.25 66.50 2.SO 2.50 1.00 3 75 15.17 95.00' .65 9.55 2.00' 6.95 12.50 45.00 4.30 9.18 .82 25.00 to-wlt: 2. Smooth, Dock, Buckhorn, Wild Mustard, Quack Grass, Sour or Curled Dock, Canada Thistle, Horse Nettle, Wild Parsnip, Wild Carrott, Russian Thistle, and Sow Thistle between the 15th day of June and the 1st day of July, 1933, and between the l'5th day of July, 1933, and the 15th day ot August, 1933. 3. Shoofly, Burdock, Cockelbur, Wild Sunflower, Velvet Weed, between the 1st day of July, 1933, and the 15th day of August, 1933, and between the 16th day of August and the 15th day of September, 1933. You are further notified that unless said order is complied with the weed commissioner will cause said weeds to be destroyed and the cost thereof will be taxed to the owner of the property; that if said order is not complied with and it becomes necessary for the weed commissioner to destroy or cause to be destroyed, said weeds, any loss or damage to crops resulting from such destruction shall, under the statute, be borne by the owners of said real estate. Dated this 6th day of May, 1933. OHAS. MORRIS, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. Attest: E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. 35 JN'OTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby 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 SO.Vo | said Court on the 13th day of April, 1933, in favor of Bankers Life Com- who "writes the Des Grandpas Holbrook, was DENTISTS ex- DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocaine used for traction. Located over Christensen Store. Phones: Business 166, residence. 47C _ Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS i. Vf. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office. 475-W.; res. 475-R Mothers Lay Program Given The Mothers club met last week Wednesday at Mrs. Fred Genrich's, Mrs. Lawrence Xewbrough assisting. Scripture was read by Mrs. Xewbrough. and roll call was ans- """="• - t " L "»<-ia wered with bible verses containing Department of "Mother." In a business meeting w °man's -'-' Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mrs. J. M ' Wornen Blanchard, and Mrs. Harry Hobson were appointed program committee. The following program was given by children in honor of Mother's day: piano solo, The Harp, Doris Mae Blanchard- recitation. Magic, Dorothy Hobson, vocal solo, Jesus Loves Me. Verda- ', — belle Thompson; recitation Teddy ' * ormer Lakota Boy Married Bear. Eula Mae Sharp; recitation— i The Rev - 0. H. Frerking officiat- Mother. Maxine Flaig; Cradle Song- : ed at the wedding of Catherine Galand Hello, Aunt Sarah, Maxine • la § her . Elmore, and Arnold Amels- took final eighth grade examinations at the Lakota schoolhouse last Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olds of Lautasses, Tex., are spending the with their cousins, the Otto a guest and ga.ve •LastJThursday evening the drama the Mason City j club presented Little' celebrate the centennial ot Louise M. Alcott. Thursday afternoon two streetcar loads of delegates were taken to the Clear Lake Country club clubhouse for a courtesy tea. Mrs. Eugene Henley, Grinnell, was elected state president. Council Minutes . t i.^n>v, AUUI. oaran, Maxine = ! ^"""i=. mm .a.rnoia Amels- i%. Catherine Mae Householder, ; bers "- Jewell, Saturday evening at Lucille Genrich. and Dorothy Jen- home of the- T\rT(i»';: ™.,-™t.,. sen. accompanied by Doris Mae the home of t&e hride's parents. The cou Ple were attended by Ber^ -....v* uj LJ\J I ifi VI LlC ---i .. _. w ,„,,„ fc.v»it»j.dA Uy D*~ r~ Blanchard; recitation. See My Kit-: na . dme Amelsberg, sister o£ the Algona, Iowa, April 27, 1933 — City Council met in regular session on this day at the city haH', and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND Salaries _ < W. D. Allen 3Vrf"g."co~mdse Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. Ge. Elec. Supply Corp^ mdse. West. Elect. & Mfg." ~Co.,, mdse. Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3730. 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 Frances J. Wermersen, deceased ANNOUNCEMENT? 1 have opened an office over Christensen's L am in a position to take care of your needs. Fife, tornado, «city and farm proi mobile, and life insurance in the best oin n • panics, , u iu llne Why take a chance with cheap insurance can get the best for practically the same L. E. Hovey Ph pany, as .plaintiff, and against In Rem, as defendant, for the sum of Fifty-five Hundred Ninety-six and 50/100 ($5696.50) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Eight and SO/100 (1108.80) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon, __ the following described Real prop- I _ erty as the property of the said ' ~ George Hafoenicbt, Louise Habe- ntcht, husband and wife, F. W. Knigge, widower, John P. Heider- acheidt, Cordia Heiderscheidt, husband and wife, Joe Kenne, B. B. Teague, Margaret R. Teague, hus- • • ~ - ^ — r-Tw 11 s=sggB ^^i^^MBB|MHB^^B When In need of glasses hare your eyes thoroughly P v n ^^ DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algonal The Big Sale of the Year! Mrs. F. L. Tribon will offer selections from tJ Jewelry Stock of the late Fred W. Wehler for sale, rummage prices— \ Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13 i In the Call opera house block, first door north < the postoffice. Just the time to buy Commencement Gifts, 3IoJ er's Bay Gifts, and Wedding Gifts. ' — •"*"•**«•> u • IT ci jj-ici ceil. UcUccLScQ l» j --- o**^-» **t»u- dated August 30, 1932 having 5, and and wife - c - F - Teague, Inez ' '° *"° x "~< " J -"- " " , been this day filed, opened' and read the 5th day of June, 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 10 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- and 933-flffl 11.74 27.89 2.38 86.78 ed as and for the last Will Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 29, 1933. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Greiner, Deputy A. Hutchison, Attorney. 34-"35 ty, Betty Ann Sharp; recitation brl degroom, and a brother of the vvhich One Loves Her Best? Helen ;& - Cfni ^ immediate relatives at- Jensen; piano solo, The Big Bell ' tendecl . among them the bride- and the Little Bell, Lucille Gen- groom>s Parents, four sisters, in- rich. Twenty members and three '"" " ' guests attended. The next meet- ins will be Tuesday, June 6, , cluef ing Mrs. .Leslie Kahl, Lakota, : who was accompanied by her hus- '""" ' Harry Hobson, assisting. Mrs. Frank INSURA\CE band. lowing the ceremony. The newly! weds will live on a. farm at Jewell. The Amelsbergs lived many years Sangamo Electric Co". mdse. Electric Supply Co., mds"e The Hedman Mfg. Ccr, mdse. Matt Parrott & Sons Cov mdse. A reception was given fol- j Westlnghouse Elec. ~Sup- 64.50 5S.35 44.53 7.46 ply, mdse. y is ^ Standard Oil Co., gas and oil & 0(- J.Otf KOSStJTII COUNT r MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over {15,000,000 worth of insurant In force. A home con.pany. Sat.- •ecure. J. O. Paxnor.. SecreUr} INSURANCE , The W. G. Flaigs drove to Des ' j n this communitv, moving to Te*w- jMomes Sunday, and Mrs. Flai-'s -""- — • - mg to jew t parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis j met them there. Mrs. Flaig and' jher daughter accompanied her parents to Oskaloosa for a week's visit. Mr. Flaig remaining at Des \r/Ain^-.J rt • ~- — w -, —.-.*.«. ,_, »T Cl C •—— ~-~,^^j 4 u. '.UMUIIJCI V_'U. ill'llSH 1 ve'prnn, h ^'^tion at the married at the Methodist parson- A. H. Borchardt, mdse i veterans bureau Monday. .•>.»« > L-«—-.- — - -- - • "««**>=• last March. | Lnkotan Weds Elmore GM— ; Harry Mussman, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Lakota, and Jeanette Kiester, Elraore were Having Club Sews for Orphans— The Friday club met with Mrs taken over the insurance 1 Fr6d Gen rich last week. This club *-.»•• f t, ., rf . _ /-.___, I -IP we fnr rfiij /"irtn««;» i here Sunday, the Rev. Johnson Security Petroleum" C»~ gas, oil Security Petroleum and oil C. M. St. P. & p. R"y™fi on gas, oil .Botsford -Lumber Co. mdse 1JS.S7 gas , 183.90 . F. O. Nelson Hdw. Co mcTse officiating. They were j Clapp's Master Service ** De Vere Kiester, Western Union, servfcT. I business of the former Cunningham & Lacy Insurance Agency, we shall be glad to be of service to all their former patrons. We are in a position to provide insurance rates, and can giv desired. Insurance U. >. KRUSE AGENCY j Telephane 12,> Algona, Iowa 1 FOR BiTTER BAKINGS AT LESS COST USE THE ECONOMICAL AND EFFICIENT KC BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE sews for the Council Bluffs Orphans home, and now has ready to send 11 dresses, three aprons, a suit, a shirt, and a quilt. The ma- s donated by local people be will mencement exercises will take place the following evening, Evert Leon Jones, of Storm Lake, former president of Buena Vista college giving the address. of the bride. an<t his wife! newlyweds to Elmore for a wedding dinner at the home of the bride's parents. Harry is manager of the local Standard Oil station, and the pair will make their Sunday— Surety Bonds j be^^ne^Sa/'ev^ng by 1 the Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Corn- Garden Expert Speaks Here— 1 Last week Monday a Mr. Hoi- singer, of the Ames Extension de- ; ing meeting at Charles Gutknecht's, Internal Revenue,, March tar H. N. Kruse, policfes __!_ Ernst Thiel, meter reading Frank Butts et al, labor._ Cresco Union Electric Co" sign A. Conlon Bakery et al, refund deposit J R'y Express Agency, express H. W. Post, frt. and dray.I Matt J. Selzer, gas and oil N. W. Bed Telephone Co., 4.50 116.92 62.50 19.87 10.60 40.00 4.16 47.79 11.73 Help With Convention Skit— ! Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Ralph 1 Thompson drove to Algona a week j ago Saturday to rehearse a skit which the county auxiliary gave at' a convention at Fort Dodge last ; week Tuesday. > AS 42 YEARS AGO 15 ounces M Full Pack No Slack Fillinq MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED Emil Kraft Grandfather Dies— Emil Kraft received word last week Tuesday of the death of his grandfather. Henry Kading, Wauwatosa. Wis. Mr. Kading was 90 and had been an invalid for some years. Lone Rockers at S. C. Today— The ball team will play Swea City, there, this week Thursday. Next Monday the Fenton team will play here. ' ^ Other Lone Hock News. Mrs. L. R. Roderick and her daughters Berneyce and Imogene went to Mason City Friday for the week-end with Mrs. Roderick's mother, Mrs. Margaret Davlspn, and Mrs. Roderick's daughter Margaret. They were also to visit Mrs. Roderick's sister, Mrs. Carl Fredenburg, -who became the mother of a boy last week Monday at the Park hospital, Mason City. ^inu .. IP? PROBLEMS ARE IINVITED IF YOU have any printing jobs turn them over to us for a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge, any printing problems you have. Attorn* on NOTICE To AH Landowners, Occupants, and persons in possession or control of lands, including railroad lands within Kossuth County: Yon and each of you are hereby notified that the Board of Supervisors of said county have 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.; 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 hidder, for cash, in hand on the lath 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 15th day of April, CARL DAHLHAtTSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. George A. Wilson, General and Kelly Tin We handle the best line of tires, and they donJ cost any more than the cheap mail order or Cha Store tires. lasts. We have not advanced our prices while our sti GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICE Your broken glass replaced while you wait. Joe Greenberg PHONE 118 The Advance for Job Prinl Mail a Want to Fill a Want paper IB exceptionally »ro4ieUre. At •HI kin* ol "want* to rent Mewipapen. 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