Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1933 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT FAR CA G :WELL FOR IETAKER AT 1ANT SCHOOL Ledyard, June 27—More than 200 people in the Grant community gathered at the schooHiouse last Thursday evening to surprise Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Locke, who are leaving this week for Humboldt. Mrs. Locke had gone to Huni'boltlt .with her daughter and did not get back till the crowd had gathered. |Supt. Hammond took Mr. Locke for t:a ride till everyone was there. The I crowd presented Mr. and Mrs. ij^pcke with a midget desk radio. J,The V. A. Barretts entertained the ILockes, Mrs. Roy Knlerim, and Shirley Westfall, (Humboldt, at dinner iFrlday. Swea City Aid Entertains— Members of the local Methodist Aid were guests last week Wednesday of the Swea City Aid. A program was given, and lunch was served in cafeteria style. Attending from here: Mesdames Thackeray, Burrows, H. Mayne, Joseph Mayne, Strand, Link, Mayer Barrett, Thompson and Jenks, and Alice and Doris Dunham, Alice Mayne, and Marjorie Mayer. Engelbart Family In Reunion— An Engelbart family reunion was held at Fort Dodge Sunday, and at- .tending from here were the Martin Party Committee List Out— 'Following is the Hat of Country club committees for the season, chairmen to find substitutes for persons who cannot serve: July 11, afternoon — Mesdames Jos. Greenberg, John Kohlhaas, W. C. Dewel, J. C. Mawdsley. July 18, evening—Messrs, and Mesclames P. J. Kohlhaas, J. W. Kelly, G. S. Buchanan, A. L. Peterson, C. R. La Barre. July 25, afternoon — Mesdames K. D. James, J. F, Overmyer, Al Falkenhainer. August 1, evening—Messrs, and Mesdames W. G. MoCullough, H. M. Hauberg, D. H. Goeders, and H. V. Hull; Delia and Edith Welter, F. C. Zender. August 8, afternoon — Mesdames W. B. Quarton, J. T. Chrischilles. August 15, evening—Messrs, and Mesdames E. C. Hancher, M. J. Pool, R. p. Bjustrom, and Ben Hynds; Opal Cronan, Grace Kouba. August 22, afternoon—Mesdames H. B. Rist, S. E. McMahon, M. P. Haggard. August 29, evening—Mr. and Mrs. D. D, Paxson, Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck, Messrs, and Mesdames E. C. MoMahon, and C. M. Frane; L. E. Linnan, Bertha Kuchenreuther. September 12, afternoon — Mes- New Algonian dames Albert Granzow, C. A. Mo•September 19, evening—Drs. and and Otto Engetbarts, Mary and .William Poppe, Fred Logemann and bis children, the Logemanns, Mrs., js&DtembPr IJohn Johnson and her children the ' . T ' be f temDe r L. A. Nitzes, and Mrs Ella Gelhaus ^ res4dames L - C- 'Nugent, C. H. and her children Oemaus , Cretzmeyer, W. T. Peters. Burt, . Messrs._and Mesdames M. G. Nor- Independents Defeat Thompson— The Ledyard independent ball team played at Thompson Sunday, and her. children. ton, T. H. ChrischuTes" September 26, afternoon — Mes- and won,"9-4, in anIi-1nnTng U game' H> Borc hardt. IVlTlfLnsiM — JJ.—JI t A t *t , P - . G. W. Stillman, Dr.°and Mrs. A. D. Adams, .Messrs, and, Mesdames N. C. Rice, and P. J. Christensen; — u , — oc »~ « ui*u & ii-i,ci tneieu William Steele Jr., iBeth 'Backus and Raymond Barslou were mar- i and Dr. M. J. Bourne ' ried by the Rev. Mr. Steck at Fair- i, ' • ffiont Friday. Mrs. B. ]ff. Gardner fa 80— /in T ~"i^ -m T Mrs. R. M. Gardner celebrated , Uiner liCayara News, her 80th birthday Friday, and in \ Helen Jenaon, Buffalo Center, honor of the event a reception was .was here Saturday, calling on given at her home between 2 and 5 .mends before leaving for Wheaton, o'clock that afternoon. Light re- i-l'i, P^ 7 to keen 'house for a freshments were served. '• -' *-••** inning fiO-iilC, Johnson pitched the first eight in- i October 3, evenings-Mr, and Mrs. nln-ga, Ostermann the last three. " "" "" ledyard Couple Are Wed— George Hagge's daughter Helen • ' f -— " —«-^» iiw-u*u\; iUl Q, *» t"J**«-I*CliVO Wei U OCl n VtMl .brother-in-Jlaw, August Winkle-j Mrs. Gardner was born in New man, and care for his small chil- ' York state, but was taken to Illi- 'Ji rM h Yahnke attended a fam- nois by her parents when she was W dinner in her -honor at Buffalo a baby. When she was 11 in 1&64 ' M ^ U6Sday - I the y came to a farm nine miles Mrs. Wm. Garry returned last north of Algona, now -the home of ' W -h Tuesday from Rochester, Floyd Gardner. The trip from Illi,where she attended the wedding of nois was made in-company with the a brother, and her mother, Mrs.-Paine family and took four weeks .. -. Ida . mann .and Ester Green cared j the children. i The Jack and James Welfares, i the Charles Hilfertys, and the Wil: mm Greens went to Elmore last .week Wednesday to help Mrs. Ben ; Gesch celebrate a birthday. Mrs. F. O. Johnson entertained the Lakota W. F. M. S. Friday, and Mesdames Yahnke, Thompson Jos At there but one M,ayne, and Howard Mayne from here. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank of Des Moines, came recently, and the latter remained for ten days .with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Honeymooners at Seneca to Spend 14 Days at Fair Bancroft, June 27—(Harriet Jensen and James -H. Doocy were Henry Pick singing the mass. Geneva .Delperdang, cousin of the hride, and Nick Doocy, brother of the bridegroom, attended the couple. Bride and bridegroom are both graduates of the Seneca high school. (Following the ceremony the bridal quartet had breakfast at the home off Mr. Doocy's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy, and at noon a wedding dinner was Berved at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, to the .Doocy and Jensen families. In the afternoon the couple left for Chicago for two weeks at the fair. They will farm with Mr. Doocy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Doocy, northwest of Bancroft. for | store, and a Mr. Watson was (both 'storekeeper and postmaster. Mail was brought from Blue Earth and 1 from Fort Dodge twice a week. In 1910 Mr. and Mrs. Gardner moved to Algona, and Mr. Gardner died a few years later. Mrs. Gardner has six children, all of whom were present Friday, and she has 23 grandchildren. Her went sons are Austin, Floyd, and Delos, and her daughters are Mrs. C. L. BaHey, Mrs. C. W. Patterson, Burt, and Mrs. Hugh Raney. All live in this county. Out of town guests were: Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle and his daughter Mary Elise, St. Genevdeve, Mo.; Menzo Fitch, St. Paul; Mrs. Aurilla Coffin, Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, daughter Rachel, and Dean W. Clapsaddle, all of Burt. Marie Knudsen Is Bride— Marie Knudsen and Rasmus Peterson, Forest City, were married last week Wednesday night at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Knudsen. They were Beacon City (Continued from page 1.) IS IS. A SUNDAY Des Moines Register picture of a new Algona matron, Mrs. Alvln J. Huenhold, formerly Henrietta Aalderks, 'Cards' at St. Joe Lose Game to Bode St. Joe, June 20—Though they piled up a four-run lead in the first inning, the St. Joe Cardinals because of ragged fielding,'lost a ball game to Bode Sunday, 11-10. The victors, who made most of their runs on errors, were outslugged by the Cards, who made three circuit hits, two by Ray Kramer. The bat- tensen, and Tilford; for the Cards, Klein, O. Wagner, and E. Thul. The local diamond will soon be in «ha<pe for home games. attended Christine by the bride's sister and the 'bridegroom's brother Michael, of Forest City. Fifty relatives and friends attended the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Nels Garaup, Baptist minister at Albert Lea. After the ceremony dinner was served, and the couple then left for a wedding trip to Racine, Wis. The bride was graduated from the Algona high school in 1929, and since graduation had been employed as stenographer at the highway commission office at Forest City. Mr. Peterson is-employed at his brother's greenhouse there. Gatherings Honor Colorado Guests Mrs. Garret Dearcbs, of Denver, her son Alan, and daughter Lois left for home yesterday, after a week with relatives 'here. Mrs. Dearchs is a sister-in-law of Mrs. L. J. DeGraw, and Saturday the Dearchs families held a family reunion at the Dearchs farm, occupied by the Claude Dearchs. The afternoon was spent at visiting, and .in the evening supper was served in picnic style. Sunday the Mrs. G. • - ««•* Dearchses, the August Stroms, the tery for Bode was A. Olson, Chris- J. D. Grahams, Burt, the De Graws t-r\r\nnn nft^t mi 1 fl— — .1 . a j_i « , .. _ ___ _ ' -»-M»W»»M, j Four Corners A Joint mothers and daughter 3 i clubs picnic will be held this week Thursday at the Ambrose A. Call state -park. A lOc registration fee will be charged to cover cost of the lunch. The C. N. Robinsons spent Sun- 'day at Spirit Lake, at the N. R. Robinson cottage. Mr. and-Mrs. N. R. Robinson were married SO years June 21, the date also being Mrs. 'Robinson's birthday. Their golden wedding was celebrated Sunday, and relatives attended dinner. Mrs. Roy Lowman spent last Thursday with the Edward Richs and Sunday with the Everett With- J. P. Nickersons and the Fern Hullngs, Britt, were Sunday dinner guests at the Aeijelt Myers home, Ringsted. (Evelyn Niekerson and little Faye Fessler, who had spent a week with the Myers family, came home with them. ams. The , . The Quinten Bjustroms called at Etna Mitchell's Sunday, en route to a farewell picnic for the W. C. Nelsons at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lowman Jr. attended a ibarn dance °at iLurhl Ringsted, last Thursday nigbt. the Earl Taylors, the Henry Dearchs, the Frank Hofiuses, and Alfred Matson picnicked ait the Ambrose A. Call state park. Club Has Park Picnic— The six low score members of the Idle Hour bridge clu/b entertained the six high score memlbers at luncheon and bridge Saturday afternoon at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Luncheon was served .._ in the Shelter House, and (bridge was played on the porch. Hostesses were Mesdames W. E. McDonald, A. H. Stock, S. B. French, M. J. McCall, E. J. Hough, and F. A. Corey. The six highs were Mesdames G. H. Free, Dg White, A. L. Peterson, G. D. Stokes, C. D. Fellows, and E. W. Lusby. The lows also furnished six prizes. The club will not meet again till fall. Former Kossuth Girl Weds— iLeona M. Blekfeld and Theodore L. Johnson, both of Armstrong, were married Saturday, June 17, at 6:30 p. :n. at the Little Brown church, Nashua, by the Rev. William Kent. Lyle Hause, Waterloo, attended the bridegroom, and his wife was matron of honor. The single-ring ceremony was used. The bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, of Armstrong. The newlyweds got home Sunday evening, after a week-end at Waterloo, and will live at Armstrong. Gliinores Hosts at Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore enter- tained at a two-course (bridge dinner last Thursday evening. A novel table effect was provided by the nut cups fashioned out of hand- painted sea shells in blue, and yellow. Bridge tallies harmonized with tiny shells pasted on them. The shells were designed by a sister of Mrs. Gilmore who lives in Florida. The evening was spent at three tables of bridge, and Mrs. Joel Herbst and iD. P. Smith won the high scores. J. M. Cox Birthday bserred— Mrs. J. M. Cox entertained In honor of Mr. Cox's birthday anniversary Sunday. Dinner was served to 25 persons, and the table centerpiece consisted of a birthday cake from Mrs. John Dreesman. Mr. Cox was born at Kenney, 111., and lived there till 25 years ago, when he came to Iowa and bought •the Dutton farm, four miles south of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Cox have two children: Charles, of David, and Jessie Miller, Algona. Picnic Supper at Park— The Carl iHansens. Whittemore, entertained their bridge club at picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday night. After supper the guests went to the Han- children. The children's directors supervise games on the grounds. The fair does hot open till 11 o'clock In the forenoon. When Beacon city patrons are not attending the fair they may entertain themselves on golf grounds across the road from Beacon City, or In an outdoor poofl there. Low fees are charged there. As we were walking back to the office, we met the Beacon City nurse, who said she was . helping plan a dance and bridge party that night at the .clubhouse. Later I learned that this was a big success. The nurse maintains a first aid -office on the grounds. Plnrt Proves Popular. My guide-had to leave me now, for he, like all attendants, was working overtime to take care of arge crowds which liad besieged Beacon City. Beacon City has from ;he start had more reservations ,han were anticipated. Persons who lo not make reservations ibefbre- hand with authorized agents cannot be cared for. Because of the unexpectedly arge attendance, Beacon City Is >eing greatly enlarged iby the addi- lon of many new cabins. My conclusion after seeing Beacon City was that it is a high-class place which will appeal to everybody who lik.es a few days of life away from home and still be "at home." People who prefer hotels or like the hurly-fburly of the city should not go there; but people who want quiet rest "at home" after strenuous days at the fair will find Beacon City all it is represented to be. AH Expense In One. The Beacon City charge for one person for six days is $34.9(5; .for three days, $19.96. This Includes auto parking, cottage lodgings, cottage maid service, meals, all refre- ation faculties within the grounds, country club privileges at nominal fees, bus fares to and from the station, dally train fare to and from the fair, daily admissions -to the fair, adult guide service, nurse service, care of children on the grounds and escorted service at the fair—everything, in fact, except purely personal expense. The Advance Is prepared also to furnish two-day, three-day, and five-day service at the great La Salle hotel to persons who prefer to stay in the city. This includes THE BIG SHOW IS HERE "Where Serrlc* and Quality j Two Ring Bargain Circm g The Most Thrilling, Breath-taking Event in Merchandising Hj 8to At the Main Tent 50 attractive new summer silk dresses — wash crepes, allover prints, dots and sport novelty materials — short sleeves, fresh stock, all sizes, from 14 to 50 „. $3.95 75 brand new summer silk dresses, many jacket styles— graceful, flowing capes, pleated skirts, exclusive models. Big super special .. ---- _ breakfast daily, bus to and from the fair grounds, daily admissions, and speclail tours, including lake trips for three-day and five-day tourists. Two Notable Concessions. I visited only two concessions, a Belgian village and Streets of Paris. In the Streets of Paris visitors wander through crooked cobblestone byways or enter numerous cafes and shops. iFrom the cafes music floats out to blend with rau- cuous cries of hawkers and give a Parisian atmosphere. Artists who paint pictures or cut silhouettes sit in the streets. 'Free entertainment, including fancy diving into an outdoor pool .by American champions, is provided. 'In the Belgian village the same general plan as in Streets of (Paris is adopted to a Flemish mode, with churches, shops, and houses reproduced to lend atmosphere; Waitresses in native costume wait on patrons of an outdoor cafe or join •sen home at bridge was Whittemore, where played. The high and high scores were won by Mrs. E. J. Butler, Algona, Mrs. James Allen, Fort Dodge, ,Mr. Butler, and Timothy O'Brien, Whittemore. Ralph Bartlett, Whittemore, and Mrs. Howard 'Carey, Algona, won cut prizes. Evening Party at Clubhouse— An evening party was held at the Country duto clubhouse Tuesday night, and after dinner bridge was played at eight tables. Dr. •Mrs. A. D. Adams won the „.„.. family score; Dr. P. V. Janse, high for men, Mrs. Jos. Greenburg high for women. (Bridge was followed by dancing to music by George Carmody's 6-piece orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore were chairmen of the entertaining committee. Union Four-11 Club Meets— The Union Alethean 4-H club met with Bernice Dodds 'last week Wednesday. Plans for a program and supper were discussed, and folk games and songs for Rally day were practiced. Many of the girls will take part in a Rally day pageant. The next meeting will toe on July 12 with Lucille Dearchs. Other Society. The Baptist Aid' meets in the country with Mrs. Clinton Sampson on July 6; assisting hostesses, Mesdames Reaper, Black, and Helgens. The Loyal Temperance Legion meets at 2 o'clock tomorrow with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. • 50 high grade silk frocks — beautiful one- of-a-kind models in pastel wash crepes, fashionable dots and light and dark prints — all sizes tf 7 from 14 to 46 _____ ___. ______ 9 I « All better dresses are reduced. A new shipment of these popular cotton dresses are here — sport sun-backs and dressy voiles, eye-lets and batistes, all sizes from 14 to 50 At the Side-show Ann What a "show" we're on at this busy little?.!' Dresses selling like hot —always a crowd — a excitement. VTwo'more shipments r % wonderful $2.45 8 ilk ^arrived this week. L^ ' dark prints, silk c and short sunbacks sizes from 14 to 48 rail to ; ^' see these _....L_ j; . .__ J3 A rack full ot large sized silk Art new numbers—sizes 38 to 50 these dresses and the «»«* i 1 ] price is right ______ $3.41 Ladies' summer voile dresses _ Silk rayon panties, all sizes __I~J] Silk hosiery, good wearing _I ", Children's voile dresses, 1 8 to 1~4~~".~~~8 All remnants, .pay one-half marked pr Towels, Play Suite, Bompers, Bathing Suite Curtains, at Bargain Prices. ' § ARE YOU WEARING OUR 48C SILK HOSE jaiiiaiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiw ' '"' " "~ i-....— — —T77.77_ ^^ ANNUAL REUNION OF DUTTON GROUP IS HELD SATURDAY The 27th annual Dutton reunion at the fairgrounds Saturday was attended by 87 relatives and five visitors. W. A. Dutton was reelected president; Mrs. Wallace re-elected secretary- The following members tfcArthur, treasurer. olf the family attended: Harriet and Orville.Dutton, oit, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Be- Ira in folk dances for the entertainment of visitors. An orchestra breaks into a jazz fox trot which seems silightly discordant in this picturesque old world setting. Night Lighting: Wonderful. At night ultra-modern lighting effects accentuate the modern beauty of fair architecture. From one of the bridges which Join an island to the mainland, one can look far down a lagoon on whfclt Venetian gondolas manned by sing- Ing gondoliers float through reflections of the exposition buildings. Rising from the lagoon are three great water fountains whose range of spray varies continually, lighted by spotlights whose colors change. These are but a few of the thousands of interesting things to be seen at this great exposition, which includes a ISO.OOQ'.OOO art exhibit, the finest ever assembled in America. Whistler's famous portrait of My Mother is ta be seen in the art exhibit. 'Enchanted Island' for children is all that its name suggests. Entertainment in plenty Is provided everywhere,, tut dominant in the fair is the educational feature. It is an education In Itself to see and study the many exhibits. Counterfeit Bills in Circulation in North Iowa Towns Counterfeit $10 bills were passed at Esthervllle and other north Iowa towns last week-end. None have ibe&n turned In at the bank here. At Esthervllle four' were turned In Saturday by merchants who had taken them In trade. The bills ar_e counterfeits of an Issue by the Midland National Bank and Trust Co., Minneapolis, and all bear the serial number B000487A. A picture of Alexander Hamilton is an exact reproduction, and the face of the bill almost defies detection. The reverse, however, is printed in a green Ink lighter in shade than that used on U. S. currency, and the difference can easily be detected by anyone accustomed to handling money. The paper is the 'big giveaway, however. Government pa/per is of a high rag content and minute colored threads are made Into the paper, but the counterfeit bills are printed on a cheaper grade. SHEMALES (Continued from page 1.) do not know, but we understand that a do/liar bill belonging to a local young man had as much to do with it as anything. The two girls' got into an argument about it, and when one called the other an uncouth name, war was declared right on the dance floor. Our local efficient cop immediately seen his duty, and he done it, Iby ordering the women to leave town if they had to fight. The (belligerents therefore piled into cars, along with a large portion of the dancers, and went out into the country a short distance, where they wrathfully left their cars and began a battle the likes of which had never been seen around here before. Hitting, scratching, hair-pulling and other feminine fighting methods were employed to make a rough-and-tumble fight unsurpassed or .never attempted by male warriors in this section. Finally, they cooled down somewhat and were taken away by their friends. The young gentleman is still minus his dollar bill; but, well, perhaps the novelty of the fight was worth it. Farmer Suffers Accident. John B. Reding, St. Joe, recently suffered a gash In the head when a wagon tongue hung up in his granary fell on him. A doctor sewed up the,, wound. Thompson, Racine, Wis. (Mrs. Jos. Joppen, daughter Eleanor, and Vivian Dutton, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. L. *. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace HcArthur, Mr. and Mrs. M. IL. Dut;on, daughters Hazel, Evelyn, and Donna Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dut;on, daughters Helen, Kathryn, son .Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman, daughters Elizabeth, Minerva, Phyllis, Marcella, son Ross Jr., all of Algona. Mrs. Arthur Horton, daughters Beverly Jean, Joyce, and Hazel Owens, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Montgomery, son Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, daughter Bernice, sons Duane and Kenneth, all of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden; son Harvey, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engeliby, son Orville, Ledyard; M>; and Mrs, George Worden, daughters Maxine, Glen'a Ruth, Wilma, son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Worden, daughter Mariilys, sons Robert, ~ Dows. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Worden, daughters Ada, Laura, LaVIna, sons John, Raymond, Dwight, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton, Fred, iLaura, Helen, Marlon, Ralph, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rlchter, all of Elrnore. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Sweiger, 'Dows; Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge, and Mrs. Dorsett, Lucedale, Miss. Fifty Years Pastor. Christine and Caroline Wernert spent Tuesday at Nevada, attending the Golden Juflbllee of (Father Nichols, who was once pastor of St. Cecelia's 'parish. Leonard, Gordon, all of and Mrs,' Ralph Hefler, daughters Elaine, Zelda, Corinne, son Harold, Granada, Minn.; Mr! NOTICE TO THE DEPOSITORS, ORBDIT- OJDS, AND AUL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE MATTER OF THE RECEIVERSHIP OF THE KOSSUTH COOiNTY STATE BANK, ALGONA, IOWA: You and each of you are 'hereby notified that there Is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District. Court -of,. Kossuth county, rowa,. the application of L. A. Andrew, .Receiver of said Kossuth County State Bank, praying that an ord'er be entered herein authorizing and directing said receiver in consideration of the sum set out in said application, to sell and assign certain notes, real estate and chattel mortgages covering certain real estate and chattel property in Kossuth county,. Towa, executed by Selma Vigars and W. A. Vfgars and Algona Rendering Works; and also asking that said receiver be authorized to execute and. deliver to Kohlhaas Brothers a complete assignment of said indebtedness In consideration of certain payments to fee mad'e as set out in said application. That on the* 27th day of June, 1933, an order was made by Honorable 'F. C. iDavIdson, Judge of the Fourteenth Judicial (District Iowa, fixing the 8th day of July, 1933, at 9 o'clock a. m., of that day, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, as the time and place of hearing on the application of the receiver, as abtove specified. And you are further notified that unless you appear and show cause, if any there be, why said order should not be given as prayed In said application, an order of Court will be made, authorizing and directing said receiver, In consideration of the payment of the sums named In said application, to sell 1 ,. <«, ml and chattel mortgages refe ?? d . to execute and deliver t Kohlhaas Brothers a C o«pl slgnment of said indebted the security therefor, a " specifically, enumerated Ini plication. -Dated at Algona, Iowa, th day ol June, 1933. . A. 42 _ , . . Keceiver of the Kossuth i State-Bank, Algona, I R. J. Harrington, Attorney for Receiver. ROLL FILM'S DEVELOPED FREE at Lusby's. 40-6! '28 STAIR COACH FOR SA1LE. — Otto Nelson, west of city Tourist Park. ' J2p42 CLEAN COiBS FOR SALE, $2 PER load delivered.—Oarl Hutchins, pbone 24F3. 12p42 RESPBCTABiLE, EXP., MIDDLE•aged woman wants housekeeping. —Ask Advance. 6p42 FOLKS, DRIVE TO <L. 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