Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1933
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KOBStJTH COtTNTY ADVANCB. ALQONA, IOWA BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSUTH COUNT* Weekly Newspaper Founded In 190) Entered aa Second-Ciaas Matter December 31. 1908, at tie Postofflc« At Algona, Iowa, Under the Act : -of March 2, 1879. LAWYEBS ,W. B. Quarton H. W. Mill*' QUAHTON * MILLEB Law Offices. phones: Office 427, residence «1« Algona, Iowa. J. 1. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, lowm BUM.ITAN, McMAHON * LINNAI J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahor L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., SOS fl. B. McK., 403. Algona, low* HABBIJfGTOjr A DICKINSON fl 1 . P. Harrington L. J. Dicklnaoi Attprneys-at-Law 441 Phones: Office, 28; T. P. H., B. t. TAN NESS, G. W. 8TH/LMAJ Lawyers Office over. Iowa State Bank Phone 21J-W. Algona, Iow» O. D. Shumway Phone 58 SHUMWAY ft KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block E. D. Kelly Algona, lowt L. A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-Law Office In Quinby Building Phone 180 HIKAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone- 206. Algona, low* P. A. DANSON Attorney.At. Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Rea. 316 CARROL A. WANDEE Attorney-at-Law Office over Postoffice. Phone K> Algona, la. DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug- Store Office phone 800 Res. phone 326. C. H. CBETZMEYEB Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbralth Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 AJ g° na low. P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phonea: Office, 666; residence, 8B> Algona, Iowa LOTTS CREEK SCHOOL WILL OPENSEPT, 4 Lotts Creek, Aug. 15—It was decided at church Sunday that the Lutheran school would begin September 4, and instruction for children desiring to'be confirmed will begin the same time. William •Schmlel has for many years been teacher of the school. The school has a modern schoolhouse near the church, and the pastor of the church, the Rev. B. Fiene, and the Schmiels live close by. Church and schoolhouse are both kept In excellent condition. • Aid Receives A'ew Member— The Aid met at the school hall Friday, Mrs. Albert Potratz, hostess. Mrs. Edw. Kucker joined the society. After a business meeting lunch was served. Visitors were Mrs. Edward .Maahs >ahd Esther Potratz, Whittemore; Elma and Edna Potratz, Martha and Lydia Seegebarth, and Hannah and Margret Fiene. Wetzels Hare Wisconsin Guests- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Knogh and Mrs. Knogh's sister and a daughter, all of Wisconsin, visited last Thursday at William Wetzel's. Mr. Knogh is a cousin of Mrs. Wetzel. The Knoghs were en route home from Yellowstone park. Mr. Knogh goes west every summer for his health. Will Lire at Whittemore— Mrs. Otto Tietz, who has been making her home at her brother Albert Potratz's for some time, has rented a house at Whittemore, and will move before school begins. iHer son iNorbert will attend the Lutheran school. Surprise Honors Martin Potratz— A surprise party was given at Richard Potratz's home last week Wednesday evening in honor of Martin Potratz's 19th birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at games, and at midnight lunch was served. New State Fair Thriller 2O Years Ago Dea Molnes, la., Special: Wild-steer riding; broncho-busting bull™±V£ d ? her S! 1 ?-'*'* P astlme " ^"headline the e"e"?ni pr" grams at the Iowa State Fair's first Bodeq and Stampede here from August 25 through August 31. Many of the natlonV most . s ounu riders and ropers are entered. Over 200 head of wild cattle and horses have already arrived for the event. Vacation-seeker, wanting • new thrill are promised it here this ear. W«U»U B WALTEB FKASEB, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 MELYiN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phonea: Office, 197; residence, 2: W. ». ANDREWS, D. 0. Osteopathlc Physician and Bnrgeot located in General Hospital Phonea: Office 187, Res. 888. B. A. EVANS, M. D. Over Borchardt Drug Store Phonea: Residence 312, office S0«. Algona, Iowa. - DENTISTS BB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. G-aa or novocaine used for e traction. Located over Christensen Store. Phonea: Business 166, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX X B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phonea: Office, 475-W.: res. 475-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURAXCE ASSOCIATION Over 115,000,000 worth of insuranci in force. A home company. Saf secure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary (UlflFKD COLUMN? MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa Children Hare Summer Flu— Bernice, Harold, and Mary, children of Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, were sick last week with summer flu- Edwin Mitta?r Accident Victim— lEdwin Mittag fell off a plow last week and suffered a gash in one of his hands. Other Lotts Creek. Ella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- William Wetzel. visited her grandmother, Mrs. John Genrich, of Lu Verne, last Thursday and Friday Mr. and Mrs. Wetzel visited at Arthur Geilenfeld's, 'Lu Verne, Friday afternoon and were dinner guests that evening at the Genrich home. •Hertha, Martha, and Hilda Jaskulke, Minneapolis, came recently for a two weeks vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs- Leo Jaskulke. Hertha and Martha are employed at a beauty shop. Mr. and Mrs- Gerhard Schmiel of Cedarburs, Wis., and their son David have been visiting Gerhard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmiel. Phyllis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, visited last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gengler, Whittemore. Vincent Dunn, who had been at George Winkers a month or so, returned to his home at Mitchell S. D., last week Wednesday. Mrs. George Sclmltz, Mrs. Henry Schultz,. and Mrs. Arthur Hefden- with, Whittemore, visited Mrs Herbert Potratz, Friday. Erwin Bender, Westgate, visited Sunday afternoon at his sister-in- law, Mrs. Richard Potratz's. A Miss Adams, Algona, visited at William .Liesener's a few days last week. . -TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THE ADVANCE'S ,» . WORLD'S FAIR SERVICE BUREAU As a convenience to Advance readers a special service is now- available which concerns the world's greatest event of the Century The World's Fair, A Century of 'Progress, Chicago, open rni? y I * Dozens ot questions are coming up relative to the Fair. ihe Advance invites you to place any questions concerning the *air on the coupon ibelow and send to the Advance World Fair Service Bureau. The questions will he answered in as many cases as possible and mailed back to you. Are you planning to attend Are you interested 'In Information concerning approximate expense! — When do you plan to go?_ How many In your group?. Would you prefer to go by bus, train, or your own cor? (Signed. Note: Use of this coupon places you under no obligation: it Is purely an Advance service to Its readers which can be used to good odrantage by those Interested fn a Century of Progress. Taken from the Advance of August*, 1918. The traffic division of the Northwestern railway had given Algona a wrlteup in the-railroad's monthly magazine. The story noted that Algona in three years preceding 1913 had grown In many ways, including more than 160 new homes. Other Improvements were: in 1911 the County Savings bank building had been rebuilt; the- First National bank had ' erected what Is now the post office building; the Algona State bank had remodeled building; the Dickinson garage west"' of the courthouse had 'been erected the year before; and was adding more floor space; and the contract for a new creamery building 'had Just .been -let. Many minor improvements were listed. * * * » The agents of all.of the railroads leading into Algona had received notice that no more beer could he shipped by freight. The express companies were'still handling the business, however. * * * * Announcement had been made ,of increased tax assessments valuations on both, farm and city property for the year 1914. City property had been increased 10 per cent; farm property, 32 per cent. The state executive council was responsible for these raises, but it also lowered the state levy from 3,4 mills to 2.9 mills,' and it was thought that this would keep taxes from being higher in the following year. • • • • M. J. McCall had 'been honored with a black button for the sleeve of his coat by the postofflce department for active service as city mall carrier five years. Algona's Jt Girt Lotus ,«ock, Aug. daughter of Charles Schiilte, 'Lone .Rockers many yearSj now of BN more, and Charles Hamlln, -Etfnore, were married last Thursday. Buby is a niece of Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Legalt No. 3753. NOTICE OF PROBATE 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 John Moser, deceased, dated November It 1930, 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, lowa.before the District Court of said County* or the Clerk of said Court; andtat 9 o'clock a. m, of, the day above mentioned all' persons interested are hereby notified.fend required :o appear, and /show cause if any they 'have, ,why said instrument should not be probated and allow- id as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. . •Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 27, 1933. . • E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ' Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, of* DRAINAGE 6* Mtttfcrtts iv o. M,' Emmet Paetz .,. Phillip 4. Aman Phillip J. Aman Phillip J. Aman Phillip J, Aman Fttftf CttEEK TWP. 96-28 , Description ....i..,....,8V4 SEVi SEi4 v ' *«* * ** JNHjJ ,..i.. v <<><<vS><.£WU Nw^i ... ,. •• •• .i.tt,..«,»» SE% NE% James He, Lafson & Lewis E. Kl»nt*E% NEU swv James P. Larson it LeWWK.'16r»htzE 2-3,6*314 4 ••251 James P. Larson it Lewis E. James P. Larson it Lewis fi, ItrantzNW'u ~SEU James P. Larson it Lewis E. Krantzsw4 SEU James P. Larson &( Lewis isr •»•"•-*-*—. Central Life Assurance Soc, Central Life Assurance Soc. ' SWl/ * it -.251 -.251 '..251 -251 Attorneys. 47-49 Rotarians Visit Fort Dodge Club The Algona Rotary club wil have its official meeting next week at the Fort Dodge Country club clubhouse Tuesday evening. Din ner will be served at seven. Thi will be an inter-city meeting of thi Humboldt, Eagle Grove, Algona and Fort Dodge clubs. In the at ternoon there will be a golf tourna ment in which eight members from each club will take .part, one mem ber from each club to a foursome The Algona representatives fn th tournament will be F. E. Kent, I G. Dewel, G. F. Towne, R. H. Mil ler, M. P. Weaver, F. K Saunders E. C. Hancher, and G. ig. Buchanan There will be no meeting here next Monday noon. Special Election In Clay. Clay county's representative wai recently appointed to a state of fice, and a special election to fil the vacancy as planned. A. «. Av ery, former representative, is one of two republican candidates. Mr Avery was defeated in last year's primaries, after having served on term. FEBR WALKER, SWEA CITY, AND MARTIN DAHL ARE MARRIED Swea City, Aug. I'-^Fern Walke and Martin Dahl, son of Mrs. P. C Dahl, were married at the Dah home a week ago Sunday morning by the iRev. Raymond Swanson Beulah Hartshorn and Ray Smith attended them. The bridegroom's mother served a wedding breakfast following the ceremony. Later in the day the young couple left for a trip through Michigan and Illinois Both the bride and groom were born here and were graduated from the Swea City high school. Fern has been her father's housekeeper for several years following the death of her, mother. Martin is a partner In the Swea City Hatchery The- young people have not announced their plans for the future O NE OP OUR BEST SIDELINES la mimeographing. This is thi reproduction of typewriting on pa per or cards. You would be surprla ed to know h6w much of this work we do. "We mimeograph bulletins .etters, cards, etc., and the cost Is much less than printing-. Suppose vou want to send out a circular letter, a notice of any kind, or a card We mimeograph the job for you In _ few minutes, and the work canno be toW from individual typewriting And you can sign your name to the mimeograph stencil if you desire and the signature will then appear on every sheet.—Advance. 25t1 Before Taking That Vacation Trip get Aetna Accident Tickets. Full coverage at low cost. We have them on. hand at all times. H. S, KBUSE DfSUBAACE AGENCY % 419001, low • YOU MUST ENROLL- :i£ you -want to attend the 1 world's- fair the Beacon City way. A Minnesota paper sent train of sight-seers without hav- iing enrollment and registration The group was disappointed for Beacon City is running at Capacity. They blamed the newspaper—the newspaper blamec Beacon City—(but the newspaper was to blame. That is why we stress enrollment and registration. YOU CANNOT ENTER BEACON CITY WITHOUT ENROLLMENT Beacon City is not public You cannot drive up to the gates, and get in. Your enrollment by us is an endorsement. This is for the protection of patrons of B con City. You will not have bums, vagrants, adventurers or similar undesirables as your neighbors. ENROLL NOW AND BE SURE OF YOUR RESERVATION Registration is made by carder of enrollment. Those who enroll now have preference over those who enroll later. Beacon City is adding wooden cottages every day, tout the interest and applications are mounting every day. A six-day visit to the world's fair, all necessary expenses paid except transportation to Chicago costs you only $34.85. Similar advantages for three days costs you only $19.96. You pay $6 of this upon enrollment, half of the remainder on reservation of your dates, and the balance on registration at Beacon City. * ENROLL NOW at the Advance Phone 254 Kflchrfet T/atfs Spencer. Congressman IF. C. Cllcftufst, of •Laurens, visited Spencer last week Mond'ay,. and spent several hours there, renewing acquaintanceships. Clay county is not in his district. Th& Congressman and Ms wife havB> been spending part of the summer at an Okoboji cottage. 3HCHINE BOLOLS AT THE ADVANCE free city mall service was then only five years old. ' * * * • G. S. McMurray had died in the night of heart trouble. He was contractor and builder whose sons now follow the same trade here. *•.«». Dairy Expert Welch had been married in Mississippi, and had brought his bride to Algona. i •••»•••. Victor Steil was sick with spinal meningitis, which left his left arm paralyzed. [ »**».An annual Halcyon club picnic was held at the Wm. C. Steele cottage at the Okobojis, and four automobiles took members to the lakes. Fishing, picnicking, . and boat, riding took up the time. A picture of the group appeared in the Advance. ' - : , * * * * ' The Advance carried notice to contractors for sealed bids for the construction of a building for the Buffalo Center creamery, • * * • •S. B. McMafton was to be speaker at a celebration at Ringsted. f AM LOCALi sales agent for the Remington line of typewriters. There are an even dozen styles, of which four are portables. Prices for brand new portables range from 134.75 up.—I. G. Dewel, Algona. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3755. 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 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, be*fore 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 allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 29, Central Life Assurance Soc, Central Life Assurance Soc SE>4 Adel- O. Norton, Edna S, Ferguson it Eleanor M. Wanzer ..,,,,.'..., E 2-3 NE VI 1 , WESLE^ TWP. 86-27 Cecelia Attry Ann Gollner NWVi NEU Cecelia Mary AnhOollner SW% — Cecelia Mary Ann Gollner ...'. vv^f Cecelia Mary Ann Gollner .,',,,. 4 ... E% Cecelia Mary. Ann Gollner Lena Schuler, ,.,,'.. NEV4 Cecelia- Gpllrter Lena-Schuler Lena. Schuler Jurgen < "*' swi NEV4 1933. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. A. Hutchison, Attorney. 47-49 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be* received at the office of the County Auditor, at Algona, Iowa, until 2:00 p. m., August 22, 1933, for gravel surfacing on five miles of local county roads, involving 7500 cu. yds. of gravel, 42000 units'of % mile haul, and 1700 cu. yds. stripping gravel pits. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, Al- Jurgen C". Skow NW% SEVi Jurgen c. Skow ..8W»4 SE»4 Jtop 11 °- S U OW ...w% SEV 4 SEVi'" Andrew Gollner ...*.;.......SW% SWVi NTSV' Charles ie Margareta AinUjy gii NE% Nwi' Charles it Margareta Alnley BE& NW»4 '* Southern Trust it Commerce Bank of san Diego, Calif., Admin. ......8V6 NWU NWV Southern Trust & Commerce Bank /l of san Diego, Calif.. Admin. B. H. Miller , R. H. Miller R. H. Miller ....<... ..SW^ R. H. Miller .'. .....SE%* „„ Cecelia Mary Ann Gollner,...'.' ''. r.... NEJ4 SEV4 Cecelia Mary Ann Oollnek .......... NW% Lambert Brethorst .... .*.... " «•«>'' Lambert Brethorst .......... Equitable Life Assurance Soc. ..29 ...30 ..30' ...30 ...30 ....30 NE^ ...,30 ...,30.| ...,31 ..31 Equitable Life Assurance Soc. ...... NW% -NE>4 Equitable Life Assurance Soc. .. SW% NE\4 Equitable Life Assurance Soc. ...... SE% NEW ,, P. L. Adams .....NE% NW»4".'. , F. L. Adams ,.NW>4 NWii ,, F P- A £™ .....,.....:..sw%__Nwv t ..: 3I ..31 ..31 .31 ....... P. L. Adams ................... ...SE% Essie McMahon .......... .......... NE%. SWU Essie McMahon ............. .......NE% NWV 4 swii ........ v Essie McMahon ............ :.......NE% ....... 31 ' EssieMcMahon Essie McMahon John Brinkman Michael Schrauth SE J /i NEV4- NEW. SE»4 Michael Schraufch .............. ...NW% NE«4 Michael Schrauth ............ i....8W% Michael Schrauth ....... W. P. & M. P. Brewster ......... W. P. '& M. P. Brewster ........... 8E% NW»4 Henry, M. P. W. P. Brewster ...... NW# NWVi Henry, M. P.. W. P. Brewster ...... 8W% NVfV. Ole Peterson ,31 ,31 .31 .31 32 32 32 32 32 gona, Iowa. E. J. BUTLER, August 8th, 1933. County Auditor. 48-49i Your Printing With a Touch of Fall Atmosphere Our generous gup- ply of cuts that express the spirit of the new season, will add to the effectiveness of your ads, broadsides, direct-by - mail pieces, and stationery, Consult us •.. and be sure of artistic, clean jobs at the greatest economy. If you are going to the Fair at Chicago Go the Beacon City Way «, ^ Ole Peterson . .......... ..... ...... . w ;1 . 8 PRAIRIE TWP: 95-27 Kunz Farm Co ..... .. ......... ..N% .W 1-3 SW% ... 32 — » Louis Kutschara ._ Nwy t ;ex. ry. 5 Louis Kutschara .....\\~..'.'.'.'.'. SU *NW%*Sw4"&W% * Northwestern Mut. Life Ins. W * NW% SW1/1 5 of Wisconsin ; N% Northwestern Mut. Life Ins. NE%NEy 4 ex. ry, }ic W% NE& NE'4 6 II Co, . , of Wisconsin ........... ....... NWM. NE^ ex rv fi Northwestern Mut. Life ink. "GO. % "' of Wisconsin ........ <• ....... Northwestern Mufc. Life ins. Co. of Wisconsin ............. ' SE y T cink ..... J. Cnk&MaryC. Cinlc .......NE% .„ ........... Joe J. C nk & Mary C. Cink ....... SE% SEVi 6 Joe J. cnk & Mary c. cink ....... NW% 8EV4 .. ......... '"e H.N.Boshell H.N.Boshell H.N.Boshell NEV NEV NW% Kutschara Kutschara Kutschara .,.;.,.[."]"" N^4 SW% NW'/i ! Chicago, Milwaukee & "st, Paul Railway Company - Right of Public Highways in Plum Cree'kTP included in District Public Highways in Wesley To.' included in District ........ Public Highways in Prairie *TpV "." "'' included in District . • Primary Highway Number is' South of Sections No. 31 and 32 Tp. 96-27 ai nfi? ers *°u the ab0ve Ascribed lands, comprising Drainage District» ^4 of Kossuth County.-iowa, and to all actuaroccupants and toiUf ,c v, n ,, (n ™ ™ claiming any right, title or interest '•" k a, of you are hereby notified that the Commissioned nnri ™,.ia-c .* »w- ard of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, toi and reclassify the lands within said Drainage .District and beneff "ments constructed within said Drainage District in i by law, and to make an equitable apportionment upt ° ^u and ex P en »e8 of reconstruction and repair of f iwin said Drainage District and which now remain I day of August, 1833, make their report to the Board ol 8 Th of Kossuth County, Iowa, v ated t^h.n 6 SS*£* , owned or occupied^.by you and each of m area within sa i d Drainage Djstrlct No?84, a description o' " ll1 * name of the owner thereof in the foregoing scl by said commissioners; that the amount of i lor the .purpose of raising money sufficient to pay for' and repairs within said District, and which now rem»l apportioned to each tract of land, by said commissioner?, m the description of each tract of land on which said asseff"""* 1 the foregoing schedule, That Said classification is also i as a basis of all future assessments connected with saM District unless the same may be hereafter changed by the J been : 0 fwmi Supervisors the Audto P arti culars as to said classification you are Commissioners now on file in the office of the WU1 come on before the Iowa ,. 3 ' 34 o'clock p7*M* U tt«i,V airobjections to said rep and filed with the County Auditor of Kossutn i : M. on the 12th day of Sept., JL933. at Algona, lowa.this 10th day of August, 1933. _, E. 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