Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1933 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1933
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J»*GE EIGHT Mid-Summer SILK DRESSES July lOth to 15th Now at Special Prices! $ A wonderful assortment of stunning printed models—smart jacket styles of every 'description gorgeous high shade blendings— marvelous washable silks—clever little sleeves, cunning necklines, fashion details that rival those of more expensive creations! To-morrow! The new, smart swagger coat styles — flattering short jacket models — dainty, cool sheers in charming summer colors or navy patterns—superb wash crepes in bright contrasts—beautiful prints in exclusive designs — fashions ideal for vacation, sports, dancing, afternoon, or business wear! $ Unusual! Depa Fmnms *rtment Stores* General Tires You need not depend on lupk with "Generals." They have the stuff in them. It costs no more to buy "Generals" than any other .standard make. .$8.75 . 9.35 . 9.35 .10.35 450x20 4 ply $e.65 6 ply 450x21 4 ply 7.19 6 ply 475x19 4 ply 7.65 6 ply 500x19 4 ply 8 .20 6 ply Just received a lot of General 8-ply Blow Out Proof Tires, the only blow out proof licensed and patented tire on the market. No other manufacturer but General makes that type. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 \ Cut Rate Grocery:. Week End Specials CEETO SWANSDOWX CAKE FLOUR 3 for 3 for ARMOUR'S BIG BEN LAUNDRY SOAP, 10 for PEANUT BUTTEK quart ORANGES 2 dozen for TOILET PAPER 8 rolls for PRINCE ALBERT or VELVET 'BUSIEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" 23c 23c 25c 21 c 21 c 25c 10c lOc SAVE TIME and MONEY We carry in stock a complete line of New Departure lar cars, trucks and tractors —(jno delay and 30% Ball Bearings, Timken Roller Bearings, for all popu- lower in price. f *"• BRAKE LINING " * Come and see the new kind of brake lining developed by Johns-Manville, something new and 100% better. . • ' Glass Replacement Service for All Cars Joe Greenberg Plione 118 Clean Cotton Rags Wanted son, Estherville; Garner; and H. Sioux Center. The company will differ from most mutuals in that there will be no assessments. Policyholders will pay stated premiurns, and there will be no more to p'ay. Mutuality will arise, however, in distribution BACKUS DIRECTOR OF INSURANCE CO, >S. J. Backus was recently elected director of a new insurance company, the Iowa Home Owners' Mutual Insurance association, which filed articles of Incorporation with the secretary of state June 30 and began operations July 1. Clarence E. Peterson, Madrid, formerly associated with the Druggists Mutual Insurance Co., Algona, Is secretary o'f the new company and will be manager of the home office and have charge of the agency staff. » The- company plans to accept Insurance only on houses occupied by owners, but this will include houses directly supervised 'by the owners. The insurance will be against loss by fire, lightning, and wind. Mr. Backus will not be active in the management of the company till his term as postmaster expires next April. Edwin J. Frisk, present Des Molnes postmaster, is 'president of the company and he also will not be active till his term expires. Other officers are H. H. Tedford, - Mount Ayr, vice president, and C. C. Clardy, Valley Junction, treasurer. 'Directors besides Mr. Backus are R. H. Bailey, Newton; Frank Cook, Marengo; John A. SchmitZ, Storm Laker W. H. Mockridge, Dewltt; Charles A. Norrls, Eldora; W. R. Ramsey, Belmond; F: A. Robln- --' c A Fristoee, W. Wesselink, of profits, if any to policyholders. via dividends ALGONIAN'S MOTHER IS DEAD AT HURT 'Hurt, July 11—Mrs. E. D. Moyer died at her daughter Mrs. Hans Koestler's last week Wednesday, following an illness of several months with heart trouble and complications. Mrs. Moyer's maiden name was Delia M. Patterson and she was sorn in Morgan county, Ohio, Aug. 27, 1873. In 1876 her parents came co Iowa in a covered wagon and settled in Ringgold county. Later they lived in Adair county. On September 16, 1896, Delia was married, and for some years she and her husband farmed near Greenfield. Then they moved to Minnesota, later to Wyoming in the interest of the health of one of the children. Thence they moved back to Adalr county, but in March, 1919, came to Kossuth and have since lived at or near Hurt. Eight children were 'born, but three daughters died in infancy. The husband and five children survive: Kaymond, Algona; Charles, Teril; Wavel, Mrs. Koestler, and [ona, Burt. Two sisters, Mrs. Kate Martin, Nebraska, and Mrs. John Clem, Des Moines, and one brother, John Patterson, Orient, also survive. There are seven grandchild- Check Artitt !• Caught By Son Of Ex-Algonians Last week's Bancroft Register fe- printed from a Fairmont paper a story of Interest at Algona. A man who gave his name as Beck 'bought rings at the Herman Wehler Jewelry shop, Fairmont, and gave Herman's son Emll a $15 check for them drawn on a Windom, Minn., bank. Herman was out, and when he returned and learned of the check he suspected that It was not good. Later Emll saw "Beck" climb Into his car and took the license number. The fellow was thus traced, his name was learned, and he was arrested and fined. To sett! he had to pay a. total of $43.40 Besides that he had to settle wit another former Algonian, R. G Misbach, whose clothing store h fleeced out of $1>5 in the same way No Regular July Clearance Sale at RESOLUTION BACKS GOEDEHS IN FIGH1 The Community club board o directors took notice last Thursda of the effort at Des Molnes to ous D. H. Ooeders as member of th state fish and game commission and adopted a resolution in his de fense. The resolution pointed out tha the attempt to make out that Mr Ooeders had accepted appoinmen as a democrat, whereas In fact h had voted in primary elections as a republican, amounted to a sug ;estion that he had obtained office by misrepresentation. "This board," said the resolution 'through long association with Mr Goeders in both business and pri vate life thoroughly believes In his integrity." The resolution went on :o say: "Be it resolved, that this 'board place itself on record as holding ;hat Mr. Goeders' record In pUblic and private life is on such a high noral plane as to refute charges of ntentional fraud or misrepresentation, and recommends that he be retained as a member of the com- nission because of excellent, untiring, and effective work for the conservation of the natural resources of the state." The resolution was signed toy T t. Chrischilles, president, and D 3. Dewel, secretary, of the club and a copy was forwarded to the state executive council. ren. Kossuth Men In - Forest Army Are Pleased In Work Kossuth members of the reforestation army home on furlough over the Fourth were all pleased with the treatment they have received and with working conditions at the camps. None who enlisted for summer's work have returned voluntarily, and one or two who failed to qualify because of physical handicaps regretted having to come home. The boys say they find the camp life agreeable and the food ample and good. Checks for the first group arrived here a week or so ago, and checks for other groups are due soon. The boys have to send $25 out of each month's $30 pay home for the support of dependents. They receive their first pay check after they have served a month, and they get only $5 direct, the $25 being sent direct from Washington, D. C., to the dependents. Funeral services were held Friday at the Methodist church, the Rev. J. E. Clifton officiating, and burial was made here. Southgates North On Vacation Trip The Rev. and* Mrs. B. M; South;ate, Britt, and their daughter Priscilla left last Thursday for Rochester, where the pastor and (Us wife were both to go through :he Mayo clinic. Thence the party of three was to proceed to the copper mine country in northern Michigan, where Mrs. Southgate once lived. Mr. Southgate is taking a month's vacation from his pastoral duties. Free Motor Oil Saturday. 'Frank Vera's new., gas and oil station across the road east from the northeast corner of the fair grounds will have Its opening day Saturday, when coupons good for four quarts of Royal-fPenn motor oil will be given away with each purchase of five gallons of gasoline or oil, Mr. Vera will sell Royal "400" products. was Goes to Cherokee. George (Jada) Willey Jr. „„„ sentenced seven days in jail last Thursday, following trial for drunkenness in Justice Danson's court. He has been sentenced several times on like charges and had served at Cherokee. Sheriff Dahlhauser took him back to Cherokee Tuesday. Mirror Frosted With Beer. The oldtime saloon frosted mirrors were recalled Saturday, when Leslie Samp used the almost for- jotten method of applying a mix- ;ure of aged beer and epsom salts to the fountain mirror at the Sorensen drugstore. As it dried it formed large crystals, frosting the glass. ' INCREASED CAR SALES SHOW TIMES IMPROVED Twenty-seven new automobile- were sold in Kossuth in June. Ten were Fords, nine Chevrolets, two Pontiacs, five Plymouths, one a rlockne. Up till Saturday ten new automobiles had ,been sold this month or more than an average of one a day. Four of these were Chevro- ":ets, three were Fords, two were ?Iymouths and one an .Essex. Purchasers of new cars in June lot already reported are: Fords— M. J. Pool and E. C. Hancher, Algona, and Mrs. Maude Hamilton, Lakota; Chevrolets—Guy M. Butts, Wesley, H. O. Larson, Buffalo Center, and U. A. Dreesman, Lakota. George D. Dunn, Ledyard, and Harold Anderson, Corwith, 'bought Plymouths, and Oscar W. Earing, Lone Rock, a Pontlac. Automobiles sold to date in July have been bought by: Chevrolets —Cora A. Virgin, Algona, Doris Black, Wesley, J. A. Devine, Bancroft, Bertha Callies, Titonka; Fords—H. N. Kruse, William-Pes- totnik, and R. O. Bjustrom, Algona; Plymouths—X3. M. Frane and L. W. Keith, Algona; Essex, Mrs. Noy Sturdfvant, Lakota. Former Bancroft Doctor Is Injured In Auto Accident Elderly Algonfans remember Dr. C. M. C. Walters, who for many years -practiced at Bancroft, but for the last 15 years, more or less, has lived at Los Angeles, where he has been interested In a sanitarium. Last week's Bancroft Register reported that he had been badly hurt In an auto accident in which a car plunged over a steep embankment. He was at the time en route to Iowa with two couples who had shipped the body of Mrs. Stephen Callinan to Bancroft for burial last Friday. Few details of the accident were known at Bancroft when the Register went to press. Mrs. Callinan died last fall and her body had been In storage. Doctor Walters' daughter Jemima lives at Minneapolis. A brother of Doctor Walters once practiced medicine at Wesley. -*• Albert Blanchard Sent To Cherokee Albert Blanchard, Algona, was bound to the grand Jury Saturday^ in the Danson justice court on the charge of assault and battery July 4h against his wife.. He waived preliminary hearing and bond was fixed at $50, which 'he was unable to furnish. Later he was ordered committed to Cherokee as an inebriate by the insanity commissioners, and Sheriff Dahlhauser delivered him to the institution Tuesday. I. £. Fairbanks Sister Dies, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks returned Saturday from Keokuk, where they had been called by the news of the death last week Tuesday of Mr. Fairbanks' sister, Mrs. Amelia Busby. Mrs. Busby, who grew up near here, had been confined to bed four years with arthritis. She lived with her son Paul. Dickinson Secretary Cowing'. Rex K., Nelson, Washington, D. ., is expected tomorrow to spend the summer here again as secretary to Sen. L. J. Dickinson. iRex, who hails from Corydon, works in the daytime and attends George Washington university night classes at Washington. He has been with Senator Dickinson for severe! years. • i - ,'.''.'.' But a real Two Ring Circus of Bargains al the Main Store and Annex All Coats and at bargain prices at the Main Store. Spring coats, white wool coats, white swagger coats— ALL REDUCED! A »»~ tton All spring and summer silk dresses at sharply cut prices — a good time to bu "New shipment of cotton summer frocks at $1.00. y> Daily "Specials" at the Annex— a big month at the little bargain center Visit 'fl frequently. Goods at rummage sale prices. ' ' lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW ~~ ' " "" ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1B^» TELLS OF JAUNT TO BOSTON & EAST M. H. Falkenhainer spoke Monday noon before the Rotary club on his recent trip to Washington, C., New York City, and Boston. Mrs. Falkenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stiilman accompanied lim. The first day the party' drove as .'ar as Indianapolis, where they stopped a few minutes to see the Doctor R. H. Crawfords, formerly of Algona. The second night they spent in the Allegheny-mountains, and the third at Washington. In Washington Charles Akre was found at the Congressional library, and he showed the party about the city. They then went to Philadel- ihia, and thence to New York City. They spent a day there, and then went on to. Boston. At Boston they A were told that 'rlends had invited them to a cot;age on Cape Cod, and they were juests there for several days. While at Boston Mr. • Falkenhainer .made i business trip, and he also at- ended one session of the annual convention of Rotary international. He attended a meeting of the Iowa and Nebraska Rotary districts, but le failed to run across the Herman iaubergs, who were also at Boson for the convention. On the return trip the party topped at Niagara Palls and also rossed into Canada. They returned o the United States in Michigan, topped at Chicago for two days >f the world's fair, and got home ast week Monday. Legals Whittemore Ball Game 12 Innings Whittemore, July 11—In a 12- nning game here Sunday the Whittemore ball team defeated Tl- onka, 12-9. The score was tied, -9, after the eighth inning, till n the 12th, when with one out, Lester Quinn on second, Pat Farell hit a fly and let Qulnn in. In he first three innings the local attery was .Nellla, pitchfer, and oebach, catcher, and the score at le end of the third stood 5-2 in avor of Titonka. Then the local unior League battery, Tommy i'arrell, 14, catcher, and Lester uinn, 19, pitcher, was substituted. uy Farrell hit the only home run; 3. Kuecker got a 3-base hit and et three men in. George Schultz and O'Brien were umpires. Want Ad* OiiL, FILMS DEVELOPED FREE jt Lusby's. 40-51 VANTBD — HOUSEWORK BY competent girl. Call the Advance. .10p44. X3R SALE — CHILD'S HIGH chai», practically new; also 'baby 633 S. Jones. I2p44 JVAINTED—W. MINORCA, R. I. White, W. Langshan hatching ggs.—Hamilton Hatchery. 12u39tf •SPERIENCBD FARM HAND wants .work. Hubert Kearney, 04 8. Minn. St., Algona Ilp44 HAKE YOUR VACATION SAFE! We sell the nationally known Travelers" full coverage accident ^ kets - — Algona ins. Agency, hone 55. 19(2)40« fO PARKING WORRIES AT~THE 'Beaufort Hotel, iu 3rd St. So. « - 75c, *1, fU50 a day. Park ng next door. 23p44 WANTED—WE HAVE 300 vacancies in Iowa, and ' joining states to be filled/New fit nes listed dally. _ Teachers' Ex- hange, Kansas City, Kans. 24p44. RENT — GROUND apartment Mrs. I. G. Dewel house E , ast Ca » street. Upper floor rent- d and tenants share rent.—Bee W . iDewel or Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. INSURANCE AT J/)W cost - Direct writing on aU Bonds « fn « moe welling, and household goods ln- urance. We invite your confidence our protection on 0 0. R. La Barre. NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION TO SELL AND CONVEY REAL ESTATE. In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent o Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff —vs.— Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict Iowa, Defendant To all persons interested in the receivership of the Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, and to all to whom it may concern: You are hereby notified tha there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Cour of Iowa in and for Kossuth County the Application of iD. W. Bates Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Peoples Savings Bank, St. Bene diet, Iowa, asking that he be auth orized to sell all of his undivided right, title and interest in and to the Northwest Quarter (NW%) arid the Northwest Quarter (NW%) o the Northeast Quarter (NEVi) o (11), Township North, Range Ninety-Six (96) Twenty-Eight (28) West, of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, subject to a first lien in the amount of Three Thousand and no- 100 ($3,000.00) Dollars imposed by the will of the late Ole Johnson and any other encumbrances of record, to John A. Johnson, or to the highest and best bidder for cash upon the terms and conditions set out in said Application to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said Application will be held at the Courthouse in Algona, Iowa, on the 20th day of July, 1933, at two o'clock P. M., of said date, at which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an order' should not be entered authorizing said sale. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, By I* A. W'INKEL, Attorney for Receiver.* 44. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State in and for Kossuth of Iowa, County. September Term, A. D. 1933 Smith Trust & Savings Bank, •Plaintiff, vs. Ellzzabeth Taylor 'Elizabeth Taylor, Ada Beswick 'Fred Beswick, Lydia Beswick Lorenzo A. Beswick, Mary E. Detra, Ida Zollers, Prank Zollers, Jennie Frankfather, William 'Frankfather, Minnie Cain, Samuel Cain, George Taylor, Nellie Taylor, Edward Ci Taylor, William H. Taylor, Ferdina .Taylor 'Frank Taylor, Lulu Taylor, Herbert Kness, Inez Kness, C K Johnson. John R. w. Myer. Kossuth County, Iowa. M. J. Duffy as treasurer of Kossuth County Iowa. Defendants. To the above named defendants: o£ you are th 1 ?, ls now on e the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Thursday and Friday, July 13-14 Sunday, July 16 DENIED!! Wll/l two innocent Aen who tried not la ilia Saturday, July 15 "EMERGENCY. CALL" BULL BOYiD BETTY PITi. "MUKDEIl W THK ZOO CHARLES RUGOLES Three Musketeers No. 3 Monday and Tuesday, July 17.18 ', ower in the '.and, he lived to *et hi* children In the breadline! in Later Cohen' t drama o/ a great American family AlAN DINEHAR1 GLORIA STUAKT William Oargan Eric l!nd«n Cngery Datoff ' Dittoed by loka Cramwell David O.&tafc*. tticulitv froductr W6M8.80 and interest and *osts and attorney fees oh three certain MtT ?S£ y n ° teS datea February 28th, 1920, payable to Smith Trust Savings Bank and due in five the ' & sum of^JoTsaS nX Ch f ° r the William M. Taylor and Taylor. twenty-seven (27) west nf «, principal merldiaol V ^ of flee'of the 9th . v/ " u "vi xowa, on n °l^ rch ' 192 ?. and and 35-44 but sup A HO VI •ilk CHI RUC P H I , HAHI| notes. > and seou «s pay, three a ' bove »««S& w ™n\ sked ln the Potion that +t gas ? and notes and debt ereby be established as* first n and t -a rea estate Mta ** Peter Peanut Butter YQU Will Like K LONG'S FOOD term ottbe said be begun and bouse in Algona Iowa, on the " per, A, D. 1»3! tered against ,-~ and decree entered with the * U* $% IH1

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