Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 8
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TAGE EIGHT L, R, GIRL TO TAKE NORSE'S TRAINING WORK Lone Rock, Aug. 1—The Cottons accompanied by Mrs. Harley Shellito and dauehter Normn, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday, and Mr. Shell- •ito, who met them there, took his family home. The L. R. Rodericks were there also and all had a picnic at Fort Dodge. The Rodericks took their daughter Berneyce to Des Moines, where she entered the Iowa Methodist hospital for nurses' training. The Rodericks also visited a sister of Mr. Roderick, Mrs. Edgar Collver, till Tuesday. Sisters Entertain for Brothers— Coila Jane Hollister and Margaret Gladstone entertained at a birthday party for their respective •brothers, Vernon Hollister and Robert Gladstone, last week Monday evening. Attending: Ellwyn and Gerald Godden, Cleo and William Hobson, Muriel and George Long, Beryl Sanders, Dorothy and Verne Dacken. Ronald Christenson, Fred Johannsen, Seneca, Edith Schroeder, Fenton, and Caroline Hall, Hanlontown. 1'icnlc Dinner at Tentura— The Ralph Thompsons, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Newbrough, Mrs. Richard Long, sons John and Bernard, Mrs. Elmer Lovre, Toronto, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dernke, Altamont, S. D., and William Cox, of Omaha, drove to Ventura for a picnic dinner with former Lone Rockers, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lampe, and Mrs. Lampe came here with them to visit till Tuesday at the parental Long home. Party Honors Sara Whltehlll— A group of young folks gave a birthday party Friday evening in honor of Sara Whitehill at Claude Whitehill's. Attending: Melvin, Gay Crowds Flock to Old Belgium Happy throngs nt A Century of Progress —the Chicago World's Pair—pass through the picturesque gates of the Belgian Village every day of the week. Within the colorful ^"" t l ei> ori'leona's enclosure of the village will bo found an- Algona s dent churches, flsh marts, gay cafes. KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA 28th, 1920, payable to Smith Trust ft Savings Bank And due In five years; one note for the sum of $3,000 and two notes each for the sum of $10,000, said notes signed by William M. Taylor and Elizzabeth Taylor. Petition also asks for foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage dated February 28th, 1920, executed by William M. Taylor and Elizzabeth Taylor, covering premises STATE INSURANCE HEAD STILL UNDER HOT FIRE The official head of E. W. Clark, state insurance commissioner, .tional pastor, is in danger of decapitation. First he was charged with Irregularities In connection with the failure last spring of the Royal Life Insurance company, and described as Southeast quarter seel now he is charged with Irregularities with the merger some time ago of the- Modern Brotherhood of .America, a Mason City Life Insur- j ance concern, with another cotn- I pany. In this case it is hinted that he profited personally as an officer or former officer of the Mason ! City company. This he denies, and last week at Des Moines he se| cured a court order temporarily re- i straining the state executive coun- 'cil from holding a hearing on the charges. Whether politics is in- 'volved in the case Is not known, here. Mr. Clark's aged father is a district judge at Mason City. Wesley tion twenty-nine (29) township ninety-seven (97) north, range twenty-seven (27) west, of the 6th principal meridian, In Kossuth County, Iowa. Said mortgage was filed for record In the recorder's office of Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 9th day of March, 1920, and recorded In book 78, page 611 and following pages, and s*sur*s payment of the three abote mentioned notes. It Is asked In the petition that said mortgage and note* asd debt secured thereby be established as ft first Hen against said real estate and the rents, uses, profits, Issues, Income thereof, and crops thereon and the premises be sold under special execution at sheriff sale for payment of said debt. Petition also asks that a receiver be appointed for said real estate to rent the same and collect the rents and profits thereof for years 1932, 1933 and until the mortgage debt be paid, and that the plaintiff's claim be established as a Hen against the rents, profits, uses, benefits, crops, corn, grain and Issues of said land for said years. Petition also asks for further equitable relief. No personal judgment IB asked as against anyone but Bilifabeth . Now, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next regular term of the said District Court ol Iowa in and for Kossuth County to be begun and holden at the courl house in Algona, Kossuth County Iowa, on the 25th day of September, A. D, 1933, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree entered In accordance with the prayer of the petition. Dated this 1st day of June A. D. 1933. 44-47 McCalmon, Ramsay ft Little, O. H. Montzhetmer, Attorneys for Plaintiff. llllllllllllllllllllliUIIIIIIIIIIIIN NEW OFFICERS FOR REBEKAHS ATJJJ VERNE Lu Verne, Aug. 1—At a Rebekah meeting last week Tuesday evening officers were installed: 'Noble Grand, Florence Godfrey; vice, Leona Ramus; secretary, Mrs. Emma Kiddie's Paradise Dacken. Party Honors Lester Dackens— The Eugene Hofius family, the Rev. S. M. Gladstones, Russell Dacken, Etta Bacon, Algona, Ruth, Sylvia, and Caroline Hall, Hanlontown, and the Austin Burroughs, Forest City, were last week Tuesday evening guests at Frank Dacken's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dacken, Oakdale, who are at the parental home for a visit. Picnic Supper at Algona— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, daughter Mrs. Harley Shellito, and the latter's daughter Norma ate picnic supper at H. E. Morgan's, Algona i; Friday. Mrs. William Pike, Lake ; Mills, Wis., and Mrs. Mary Jane Gregory; L. S. to N .G., Mrs. Minnie Thompson; R. S. to V. G., Mrs. Leota Murray; L. .S. to V. G., Emma Marty; chaplain, Mrs. Edith Lowmfller; guard, Mrs. Daisy Rentz. An installing staff from •Hurt consisted of Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mrs. Tressie Brace, Dorothy Stewart, and Lottie Hawcott. After •the meeting a surprise party honoring Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones, who are soon to move to Minneapolis, F. I. was given at Mr. and Mrs. Chapman's, and Mrs. Jones was presented with a piece of tapestry. Jones Family to Leave— Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones drove to Clarke also attended. The picnic was in honor of the Mesdames Pike and Shellito. Gladstones Wedded 27 Years- Mr, and Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, and the rest of the family Saturday at dinner in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Gladstone's 27th wedding anniversary. Girls iLearn Jtug-->raklnfr— The Burt Lively League 4-H club Eagle _Grove and Goldfield last y for visits before de- new home near Minneapolis. They will live on a small farm 18 miles from the city. Their . son Byron has been there with hla sister, Mrs. Ben Farley, since the close of the school year. Mrs. Farley has a lucrative position with a life insurance company at Minneapolis, where her husband is also employed, and they drive back and forth daily. When Mrs. Farley's parents come they will move back to their home in the city. New Grocery Store Opened— A large crowd attended the tor- Happy boys and girls from all over the land have found the Magic Mountain on Enchanted Island one of the real fun spots of A Century of Progress—the Chicago World's Fair. Mrs, Walter Elwell, Austin, Minn., visited her 'brother, Ben Hopkins, a few days last week. She had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank Casler, at Britt, and the Cas- lers drove her over. Mrs. Elwell was formerly known here as Minnie Hopkins, and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins. She is now a widow. The A. ii. Auxiliary will meet this week Thursday, and Mrs. J. B. Andrews will be hostess. At this meeting plans will be made for attending the county meeting at Bancroft August 8. The Wilbur Fishers moved Monday Into the Tom Nelson house. Mr. I Fisher is employed by the county ! in road work, and they have been living in a house owned by Lou Hauptraann. The Bertha Looft family. moved last week Into the residence in southwest Wesley, formerly owned and occupied by the Fred Loofts. Several modern improvements have been added. Julius Kunz, Davenport, spent the week-end at his home here. Phyllis Cruise left for Swea City Friday, to visit Mrs. Fred Looft. Gladys Haverly came home from Kossuth hospital Monday. She underwent an operation for- appendicitis nine days before. Sisters Marclana and Rosalima have left, following two weeks visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wlngert. Mrs. Susan Lease went to Corwith Sunday to spend a few days met last week Tuesday with Muriel mal °P enin e of the Schneider Gro- Long, and a demonstration on rug- cery co »ipany store Saturday and making was given in preparation ever y person was served with cof- for Achievement day. Mrs. Newbrough Has Operation- Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough was operated on for appendicitis last Thursday at the home of her uncle, Fred Genrich. Alma Madison, R. N., was nurse. Vlsltlnpr Girl Gives Party— •Norma Shellito entertained Marian, Helen, and Dorothy Jensen at a swimming party last week Wednesday at the Algona pool. Club Is Planning Picnic— The Busy Friday club met Friday with Mrs. Frank Flaig, eight attending. Plans are being laid for a picnic. Other Lone Bock. Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Humboldt, visited from last Thursday till Sunday at her brother A. D. New- brougli's. The Edward Blanchards, Irvington, were Sunday dinner ireadv guests of the Newbroughs and also I visited their daughters, Mrs. Alex Water Tower Is Kepalnted— Krueger and Mrs. Fred Genrich. — - - fee and cookies. Albert Schneider is proprietor of the new store. The building known as the Warmbier building was purchased by Mr. Schneider last spring. It -has been remodeled and redecorated, and with shelves of new goods presents a neat 'appearance. Mrs. Fred Schneider and Mrs. J. .L. Eustace helped Mrs. Schneider at the serving. House Is IJeJnR Improved- Mr. Alexander, Fairmont, auditor for the Thompson Yards, was here last week, and let the plumbing and heating job for the former Frank Gronbach bungalow, a practically new house, now owned by the Thompson company. The Chapman hardware secured the plumbing and heating, with furnace, and a bath will also be installed. Supt. Alexander Evans has leased the house and will move his family here as soon as the is Mrs. Kathryn Johnson and three children of Altamont, S. D., and William Cox, Omaha, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Richard Song and the Ralph Thompsons. They arrived last week Wednesday. The ,E. M. Jensens and Elizabeth Jensen drove to Graettinger last week Wednesday evening to attend a shower in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Robertson, of Washington, D. C., are visiting the John Nynians, and other visitors there are the Chris Nielsons, of Springvilie. Mrs. Oscar Earing and her sister, Mrs. Ben Seegebarth, drove to Campus, 111., Saturday and the Earl Barings came here with them early this week. Hugo Worthington, who has returned, worked in the Seifert grading crew, Ledyard, has been at Chicago anil other points since he left the crew. Mrs. Alex Krueger, daughter Muriel and Mrs. G. A. Thompson spent Friday with the women's mother, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Irvington. Doris Godden spent last week at Jay Godden's. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Godden, spent Sunday there, and she went home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Kleinklein, Des Moines, and their daughter Evelyn are visiting at William Fischer's and George Pettit's. W. G. Flaig and Calvin Householder drove to Mason City Friday to bring back a truckload of machinery. Robert Schultz, Marshall, Minn., Tinted last Thursday and Friday • at his brother Frederick Schultz's. Albert Hutchinson, Fred Flaig, and John and Arthur Sprank spent last week Monday at Mason City. The Mite society meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Watson Shtck. The Lu Verne water tower is undergoing its yearly cleaning. It has been the custom of the council to have it painted inside and out every two years and cleaned annually, but Mayor Tiede says that henceforth it will be done twice a year. Charles Wolf, local painter, is doing the work. The top is covered with aluminum paint, with the word "Lu Verne" in large letters on the north and south sides. Teacher Tours In West— Myrtle Jordan, teaching near Lakota the last two years, is touring the north and west. She expects to be away a month, and will visit an uncle, A. N. Shoemaker, Spokane, who once farmed north of Lu Verne. She will also visit at Glacier and Yellowstone parks. Her western trip was made over the Great Northern, but she planned to return by bus over a southern route. Wist. Supt. Preacher Here— The Rev. G. L. Bergeman, Fort Dodge district superintendent, spoke at the Evangelical church last week Wednesday evening and conducted quarterly confernece. He also spoke Sunday evening at the church and helped the Rev. David Long with communion. The annual assembly of the church convenes at Cedar Falls August 17-27, and a number here plan to attend. Farewell for Jones Family— A get-together party of members and friends of the Presbyterian church honoring the B. Jones family, which is moving to Minneapolis, was held on the lawn at the manse Monday evening, with a large attendance. A cafeteria lunch was served. Mrs. Jones was treasurer of the Aid society, and she was presented with a gift from the society. makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Niver, has been critically sick with heart trouble and complications. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer is helping to care for her, and. the daughter, Mrs. Roy Peitzke, Webster City, -has also been here. Granddaughter tor Spooners— Mr. and Mrs. George Marty, Mason City, are parents of a daughter, born July 23. They already had a boy. Mrs. Marty, who was Reta Spooner, is the only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner, and this is the Spooners' first grandl- daughter. College Bean Speaks Here— Dr. B. F. Zuehl, dean of Western Union college, Le Mars, spoke at the Evangelical church Sunday morning. He was here in the Interest of higher education, and. met a nunYber of 1933 H. S. graduates who contemplate college this fall. Elsie Haskell to Leave- Elsie Haskell, former postmistress here, is making arrangements to go south for the winter, and is goods. She will spend the greater having a private sale of household part of the winter with three brothers in or near Chattanooga. Uls(rict Superintendent Preaches— The Rev. G. L. Bergeman, Evangelical district superintendent, conducted a quarterly conference at the church last week Wednesday evening and preached Sundiay evening. The Rev. D. Lang is pastor of the local church. Two New Daughters Born- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Pergande welcomed a baby girl to their home last week Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Porter, northeast of with her Walker. daughter, Mrs. Will Mrs. Marie Brommond Sick— Lu Verne, are also parents of a laughter, born Saturday. Other Lu Verne News. Norman and Carmen Hesse went :o Des Moines last week Tuesday 'or a vacation with their mother, flrs. Lillie Hesse. They live with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz Sr. Frank Sanford and the Archie Sanfords drove to Ellsworth Sunday to visit relatives and see Mrs. Sanford's brother, Alvin Kallem, who is seriously sick with liver rouble. ' William and Herman Brummond were at F. A. Niver's last week, called by news of the illness of ;heir mother, Mrs, Marie Brummond, who is reported better. W. B. Mason, retired rural letter carrier, with Jennie and Mona Maion and Ruth Lichty, attended an R. F. D. meeting at Ledyard last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller drove to Wesley Sunday to meet the latter's brother, Bert Bolin, who had spent ten days with a sister near Swea City. The Charles Wolfs were at Moorland recently, and Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, who had visited at her son Martin there, came home with them. Ernest Phillips, who recently sold a grocery store at Gait, now has his old position back as sales manager for the Sioux City Journal. Dolores Wolto, who attended summer school at Iowa City, has returned, accompanied by Annette Fisher, of Grand Junction. Mrs. Martin Lothringer, who recently had a major operation at Iowa City, is at home and recovering rapidly. Phyllis Lichty is spending the week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Donnldson, near No. 3753. NOTICE aF PROBATE OF WILL State' of Iowa, Koaeuth 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 John Moser; deceased, dated November 7, 193W, harfng been this day filed',, opened and read, the 28th- d'ay of August,. 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 9 o'clock a, m. of tfte 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 allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated' at Algona, Iowa, July 27 1932. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Ltnnan, JL MAGIC COOKING CO Attorneys. 47-49 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3755. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, March 1933. term, To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Robert J. Hutchison, deceased, dated March 21, 1919, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 28th day of August, 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 nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and re- luired to appear, and show cause It any they 'have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 29, 1933. E. J. McEVOY, iClerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. A. Hutchison, Attorney. . 47-49 ! • I Legals ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. September Term, A. 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