Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1933 · Page 8
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HONOR PASTOR AT GATHERING AT LUI VERNE <Lu Verne, Aug. 29—The Rev. and Mrs. IX "Wlttenburg were taken by surprise Sunday evening, when they'were called to the church fVbhi dinner at Fred Schneider's and found the church filled with members of their congregation and other friends who had met to honor the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg on the tenth anniversary of his ordination in the ministry. The Rev. Mr. Kltzman, West Bend, and the Rev. t Helnrichs, Mallard, gave talks, the Wittenburgs were present- with a purse. Mr. Wittenburg ponded, after which the group retired to the church basement for »' social evening. ABVANC& ALQOKA, IOWA Loral Workers Club Meets— The Loyal Workers 4 J H club met at Vlrgio Hardcopf's a week ago (Friday, 12 members and. seven guesta attending. The program included a health talk on The Ear by Roberta Masterson, a talk on Articles That- Will Make Lovely Lamp Vases fry' Marvel Davidson, a talk, Our Symphony Orchestras, by Dolores Voss, and a demonstration on home-made rugs by Mrs. Robert Masterson, leader. Each member worked on a crocheted rug. Thelma Hc-f will entertain the club this week Friday. Former Residents Visit Here— The Rev. : and Mrs. George Manna, Willmar, Minn., son .Russell, and daughter Geneva arrived last week Monday to visit the Peter Thompsons and other relatives. Geneva and Russell left next day to attend the world's fair. The Hannas attended a Hanna reunion at Mrs. Emily George's and visited relatives at GoldEield. Many Attend World's Fair— Among persons attending the world's fair are Luther and Charles Nygaard, Mr. and Mrs. William Hardcopf, Robert Hardcopf, Myrtle Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Harroll Burtis, Eleanor Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinkel, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hinkel, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Huff. She Is a slater of Mrs. JDehnert. •Mrs. O. s. Lund Accompanied her mother, Mrs. Charles Rent*, Burt, to Iowa City last Thursday. Mra. Rentz was to be examined and treated. The E. B. Thomas family and Raymond Westling got home from the world's fair Friday, and . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman got back Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh, Greenfield, were guests of Leona.Ramus last week Monday. Mra. Walsh was Mary Wilkinson Granau. Myrtle Jordan recently returned from a trip to the Coast. She visited the Yellowstone park, Vancouver, and Spokane. Mrs. Jesse Lindebak, Dorothy and Edward, and Mrs. Duane Neal visited at Ellsworth from last Thursday till Saturday. Victor Baumgartner had her tonsils and adenoids removed at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, last week Monday. The Harry iLichtys got home Saturday night from .ten days with Mrs. Lichty's relatives at North Platte, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schaper and Florence Egers, State Center, were guests last week at Gottlieb Hanselman's. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and their son Jimmy are visiting the Harry Flemings, Dell Rapids, S. D. The H. M. Colwells attended the funeral of -Mr. Col well's uncle, Dougal .Black, at Barnum Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and Phyllis were dinner guests of Kate Skinner at Algona Sunday. The H. T. Blumers and the Jacob Kublys attended a Kraft family re union at Renwick Sunday. Mrs. Victor Kollman, Royal, am her daughters spent last week at Fred Schneider's. Mrs. Earl Neal is attending the state fair as delegate from the county 4-H clubs. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf and Harold Tollen are attending the world's fair. The Henry Willeys, Tacoma, Fork Tines Wound Boy— Bobby Wermersen suffered a painful accident last week Monday, when he was unintentionally hit in fclie face by a pitchfork thrown by a playmate. The tines made a wound near his nose and another near an ear. They were treated l>y healing. a physician and are Birthdays of Two Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman effittertained a large group of young peq|>le Friday night in honor of their sons Carl and Edwin, one of vvhom _celeurated a birthday last other week Wash., visited relatives here week. last camp, ac- two Mr. Wednesday, and the will- celebrate one this Wednesday. Brother Is I. S. T. C. Graduate- Mrs. William Bigings accompanied, the George Stoddards, Jlemvick, and Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bunch, St. •Louis, to Cedar Falls last Thursday to attend graduation exercises for a class in which Mrs. Bigings 1 brother. Philip Stoddard, member. The Rev. !L. G. Gartner, Methodist pastor at iRowan, formerly Titonka, who had been for some weeks in northern Wisconsin as chaplain at a reforestation c got home last week Tuesday, companied by his wjf e and' children, Paul and Dorothy Gartner came here last week Wednesday to look after his apiary. Mrs. Sadie Denton, county delegate, attended a Legion Auxiliary state convention last week at Sioux City. She traveled with the Forest City, Garner, and Britt delegations returning last Thursday. Kathryn Schram will entertain Edithmae Budlong, Helen Beed, and Mildred and Ferae Krantz at a slumber party this week Tuesday night. Mrs. Luella Schenck, Burt, and Mrs. Sadie Denton entertained the county Legion Auxiliary units at Burt last Thursday. iFred Adamson, who was in serious condition last iveek with a carbuncle on his left arm, is now up and around. The iRev. Mr. Schoenlein recently bought a new two-door Chevrolet Helen Beed and Alice Gartner, who had been at iRowan a week, returned last Thursday, and Alice was a | is-helping take care of the Gartner SCHOOL YEAR AT LONE ROCK OPENJUEPT, 4 t.one Rock, AUg, 29—.School will begin next Monday, September 4, with the following faculty: Supt. L. E. Godfrey, Lone Rock; coach V. V. Frye, Lone Rock; Mrs. Meryl Milligan, Parnell, Mo., home economics and English; Mrs. Viola Bishop, Webster City, music and Junior high; Evelyn Behrmann, Bancroft, «th and 7th; Christina Knudsen, Algona, 3rd and 4th; and Florence Householder, Lone Rock, 1st and 2ndi t Monday morning will be spent In registration. There will be no school Monday afternoon and all day Tuesday. Donald Ackerman 10; Party Mrs. JartiSs Ackerman entertained in honor ol her son Donald's 10th birthday last week Monday. Attending: Earl Farrls, Jesse Jr. and Doris Mae Blanchard, Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig, Dorothy, Helen, and Marian Jensen, Clarence Kraft, Terence Padgett, John and Viola Sprank, Wayne Tyler, Lila, Eunice, and Ruth Priebe, and Lucille Genrich. Picnic for Bible Teachers— A picnic took place last Thursday at High Lake for all who attended a daily vacation Bible school for teachers at Scranton this summer. Attending from here were the 'Rev. S. M. Gladstone, daughter Beulah, Ruth and Caroline Hall, Hanlontown, and Etta Bacon, Algona. J. C. Kenny, Spencer, and Mr. Gladstone gave addresses. Surprise for Viola Sprank— Mrs. John Sprank gave a surprise birthday party in honor of the 10th birthday of her daughter .Viola Saturday afternoon. Attending: Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig, Doris Mae and Jesse Blanohard Jr.; ' Doris Sanders, Lucille Genrich, Lila, Ruth, and Eunice Priebe, Luella Ackerman, Betty Marlow, and Dorothy Jensen. Marian Harley Shelllto Wins Prize— 'Harley Shellito, Ames, son-in- law of the N. L. Cottons, won first :n the amateur class of the amateur American Trap Shooters association meet at Vandalia, O., last week. Hhe received a silver trophy, and a medal for a perfect score. He also won other prizes. Attend Seneca Lutheran Meet— The Seneca Luther League met at Jle Johannasen's Friday night Margaret and .Robert Gladstone, William and Cleo Hobson, Dorothy ~ " for Sebeka T,UH. i-., - • Hal1 - Sara Wnitehill, and Irene Whitford at- ended. Burt 4-H Club Meets— The Sure Lively League 4-H club iad a picnic at W. H. Hobson's last week Tuesday. From Burt came Lorraine and >Beada Kollasch, Dorithy Brooke, and Genevieve Patteron; from here were Margaret ,aabs, Cleo Hobson, and Muriel jOng. landers Family in Reunion— A Sanders' reunion was held and William Fischer, accompanied five .carloads of cattle to Chicago Saturday Evening. Calvlfi Mousfrhtflder trucked P. M, Christenson's cattle from the Mason City fair to the HUmboldt fair Monday. The 'Fred Haacks attended a recent birthday dlttner and supper for Ronald Schheller at Frank Schneller's. Mrs. Lillian Pearce'returned to her work In Monroe, La., after a week at the parehtal F. A. Macum- Ber home. Ollle Tyler, working at Lu Verne, Minn., spent the week-end here. His son Wayne returned with him Monday. The Rahin threshing crew met at Will Leeper's last week Tuesday evening. Refreshments woi served. Mrs. Roy Jensen spent froi Thursday till Sunday in Perry, vis Iting her brother, Dr. George E vidge. . • • Mrs. Lillian Pearce, Monroe, La id Ersel Blanchard were Fri dinner guests of Mrs. A. A. Krue :er. The Busy Friday club met Frida with Mrs. Alex Krueger; Mrs 'rank iFlaig, assisting hostess. Will Chrlstenson and Walte Crause left Monday for Madelia Minn., on a sheep buying trip. Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended bridge party at Alice Knute's, Arm strong, last week Tuesday. 'Donald -Ackernian is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Ackarman, east of T&urt. Mrs. Claus Helmke and daughte Eva, Renwick, visited Saturda' evening at Otis Sanders'. Mrs. George Hanna and daughter Myrtle returned Sunday from. trip to the world's fair. Muriel Long visited from last Thursday till Sunday at FerT Schroeder's, Fenton. The Glenn Leepers, Granada Minn., arrived Saturday evening to visit at Will ILeeper's. The Henry Hartwells are expected 'home this week from a visit in southern Missouri. Elizabeth Jensen returned to Graettinger Sunday, after a week at E. M. Jensen's. •' 'Lila Olson, Burt, spent last week Monday and Tuesday at her aunt Mrs. Will Leeper's. Kathryn Stebritz spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Ste- britz, at Bancroft. The L. R. .Rodericks attended the north Iowa fair at Mason City last week Tuesday. Mrs. William Hillman, Fairmont, Minn., visited last Thursday at Fred Genrich's. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS 8ALE OF IOWA, ' KOSSUTH COUNT?, 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 said Court on the 1st day of May, 1933, in favor of Charles Ramus as plaintiff, and against Jennie Rlley, as. defendant, for the sum' of Nine Hundred Forty "three and 09/100 Dollars and costs, taxed at Fifty- seven and 2&/100 Dollars and tt* cl-ulng cost*, I hftVe levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Jennie Rlley to satisfy said execution, to-wltj On L»t One (1) of Block One Hundred Thirty (ISO) Call's -Addition to Alg6nft, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, ot BO much thereof as tnay be,necessary to satisfy said execution, With costs and accruing coats at public 'auction,- to ''the highest bidder, fot" cash, iri hand, 6ft the 18th day of September, 1983, ftt th* Mst d«or of tttt tftftft Hous« In Algona, v In Jtrfsftutli .county, Iowa, «t the holir of 10 o'clock «! rfi., of Wld day» when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned, 'Dated thla 16th day ot August, CARL DAHLHAU8ER, Sheriff of Kossuth, County,. iQW By Casey Loss, Deputy. P. A. DansoriJ Plaintiff's Attorney, , ast week Tuesday Mice Angus, James I'icnic for Wisconsin Visitors- Mr.?. Henry Kubly had a visit last week from her brother, Emanue-1 Streiff. his wife, and a niece, Mrs. Jacob Disch, and the latter's family, all of New Glarus, Wis. A picnic was given in their honor at West Bend a week ago Sunday. Former Residents Visit Here— The Roy Wadleighs and Raymond Barton are visiting here. The Wad- leighs now live on a farm in Indiana, not far from Watseka, 111. They formerly lived northwest of town, and once lived near Sexton. Will Tak<* Business Course— Word from the B. Jones family, Excelsior, Minn., says Gwenetha, a Lu Vernt- high school graduate last year, would begin a business course at a Minneapolis school soon. Aunt of Mrs. Chapman Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Irvln Chapman attended the funeral Monday of Jennie Kennedy, 83, at Goldfield. She was Mrs. Chapman's aunt. New Teacher is Elected— Ruth Smith, Manly, has been elected fifth and sixth grades teacher here. Other Lu Verne IVews. Mrs. P. E. Griffith and her children left last week Monday, after two months at the parental H. E. Rogers home. They were to spend a few days en route with Mrs. Griffith's brother Laurel at Waterloo, then visit other relatives in Illinois. Their home is at Indianapolis. Evelyn Busch has recovered from her recent appendicitis opera- bees till Saturday, when she and her brother Harold will return to their home at Rowan. The iL. B. Larsons, the R. L Krantzes, and the H. C. Schweppes, who had spent a week at the world's fair, got borne Saturday. Relatives .from Algona took care of Doris and Marion Krantz at the Krantz farm. Mrs. Raymond Bonacker and Mrs. Carrie Bonacker drove to Rowan Saturday, and the latter remained there to visit the Rev. L. G. Gart- ners while Mrs. (Raymond Bonacker went on to Waterloo to visit relatives. The Kenneth Fishers have moved from the Hazel Nauman house to the J. F. Fisher house. The elder Mrs. Fisher is visiting in California, and her husband is employed at St Paul. Archie Cook, Sioux City, spent Friday at Roy Budiong's, and that evening drove on to 'Hampton to call on Edith Budlong,, thence going to Waterloo. The Luther League met Sunday evening at the church, with Anna- The topic tion. • Anna Jutte was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Austin Burtis,' part of last week. She returned Friday to her home.at Webster City, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Henry Jutte, who had been here two weeks, and by Betty Burtis. ,Mrs. William Baddeley, Betty, Josephine, and Jack Holdcroft are having an outing at the Okobojis. Betty has not entirely recovered from the automobile accident she .was in in July. ; Mr. and Mrs. De Rae Godfrey and Mrs. <Robort Masterson went to Des Moines Sunday to attend the state fair. Mrs. Masterson was visit relatives at Dallas also to Center. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bunch, of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard, Renwick, were guests at .Williams Bigings' last week Tuesday. Mrs. Bunch is Mrs. Bigings' sister. iDarlene Godfrey, Fort Dodge, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey. Duane Godfrey returned to Fort Dodge last Thursday, after a month here. The Henry Kublys, the Edwin Martys, the W. S. Hunts, Emil Beckwood, and Helen Raddle were among 30 who spent Sunday at Marx Schwyter's, near Renwick. Verna Parks, Fredericksburg, came Friday to stay at Edw. Dehnert's and teach her second year at the Vernon consolidated school. belle Sachau, leader, was church music. A large audience attended. 'Phydelis and lLoraine Peterson, Roland Sharott, Arthur Joy, and Marguerite Budlong, and Bradford Buffington were at Burt Saturday evening. The John Pouelsons, of iRolfe, spent 'Sunday at Marie Saathoff's. Mr. Pouelson, former buttermaker here, now runs his own creamery. The 'Dr. W. F. Hamstreets, . w ho had spent a few days visiting relatives in northern Minnesota, got home 'Friday. John Stott, with Mabel Kuchen- reuther, Buffalo Center, drove to Des Moines Friday to attend the state fair. The Harold Jones family, Burt, spent Sunday at Roy Budiong's, south of town. The women are sisters. Mrs. William Ricklefs, son Arnold, and Dewey Hutchinson were at Mason City Saturday. John Fisher, employed of late at Minneapolis, went back Saturday after a few days here. A large delegation from Titonka attended Britt's Hobo celebration last week Tuesday. Ruth Gartner, Rowan, spent Sunday here, and her sister Alice went home with her. Frank Fisher and William Boyken attended the world's fair last week. Britt's Hobo Day Draws Real Bums Britt's Hobo day last week Tuesday was attended by some 35 real hoboes, and among: them was one J. E. Williams, who said he hailed from Algona. In the group were a former train dispatcher, a printer, a locomotive engineer, a train conductor, a salesman, a foundryman, a jeweler, a professional ball player, a truck gardener, etc. They were furnished with eatables whidb. they cooked themselves. 'Mrs; Muriel _, " • "vtu H04U fit Jtis Sanders' Sunday. Attending vere Mr. Sanders' parents, Mr. and Irs. John Sanders, and son Clyde, the William Sanders, Swea City and the Doyle Sanders, Elmore. Former Residents Have Daughter— A girl was born last Thursday morning to Mr. and Mrs. A W Lampe, Ventura. The Lampe's"recently moved there from here. Beef Cattle to State~Fair— Jack Tibbetts took his baby beef to the state fair last Friday it was entered as 4-H club class'. Other Lone Rock Jfews. The Andrew Thomsens and Mrs. Victor Rogers left Friday to attend the state fair. Mrs. Rogers visited relatives in Ames, her daughter Delina, who has visited there two weeks, returning with them.. The ThomseTis visited her. parents, the A. Stalls, Ames. Afex Krueger, daughter and Mrs. Lawrence New- -brough drove to EstftervIIIe last week Wednesday, and Mrs. Lawrence' LaiUTey and her three daughters., came here with them for a visit with the Kreugers and the Frank Flares. The Jack Quinns, Mrs. Quinn's sister, Mrs. William Mouw, and daughters, Pipestone, Minn., returned Saturday from a visit with relatives in Muscatine, Davenport and Rock Island. ' iDonal'd ETancliard 1 completed his summer session at teachers college at Cedar Falls, Saturday, and returned 1 to the parental J. M. Blanchard horn* till the fall session opens.' •Florence Householder, accompanied by Edna.Vlopton, came home from the summer session at teachers college at Cedar Falls Sunday She returned again this week The Eugene Hofius family Mr' and' Mrs. Frank Racken, TUisseli Dacken, and . Etta Bacon were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Gladstone Friday evening. The Will 'Ohristensons attended the Eagle Grove fair last week Tuesday, and Thursday they and the Lawrence Zweifels attended the Mason City'fair. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone and Mrs. Frank Dacken attended a county Sunday school executive meeting at Burt last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. John Flynn, Jack, and Joan arrived last week Wednesday for an extended visit with Mrs. (Flynn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. The Frank Flaigs, Alex Krueg- ers, and Mrs. 'Lawrence Laidley and three daughters, Estherville, picnicked at Spirit Lake Sunday. The iN. iL. Cottons and Roy Hines returned Monday from a visit with the Cotton son Angus in Chicago, and attending the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow left last week Tuesday for Sebaka Minn., to visit Rufus Marlow. The Mothers club will meet Wednesday, September 13, with Mrs. E. M. Jensen; Mrs. W. G. Flaig, assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich drove to Des Moines last week Wednesday to attend a national convention of rural letter carriers. Albert Hutchinson and Harold. Legals NOTICE OF LETTING CONTRACT For the repair of drainage improvement known and designated as Drainage District No. 116 of Kossuth county, Iowa. Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, meeting at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, on the 12th day of Septenvber^ 1933, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., will let the contract for-the work of repair in the above designated Drainage District. Said work to be let in one "section specifying the work to be done and the time fixed for the commencement, and the completion of the same, towit: Section 1. 25200 .feet of open ditch, 6-foot 'base, 1% to 1 slope, estimated 40536 cu. yds. Estimated 20 cu. yds. concrete. Work on said drain to be commenced within thirty days after contract has been awarded and to be completed by December 1, 1933. All ditches and drains to ibe constructed in all respects in -accordance with the plat, profile and specifications of the district filed by the engineer in the Auditor's office subject only to such changes and alterations as may be made as provided' by law. Sealed bids will be received at bhe'office'of the County Auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, up to 1:30 o'clock p. m. on the I2th day of September; 1933'. The price must be stated in the bid both in words and figures and permission will no* be granted -for the withdrawal or .amendment of any bid after once presented. Each bidder will be required to deposit with his bid cash or certi- 'ied check on and certified by a Jank in Iowa, payable to the auditor or his order, at his office, in an amount equal to ten per cent of the bid. The contract for the work of construction of said ditches and drains will' lie-let to the lowest responsible bidder, or bidders, but the right to reject any or all bids and also the right to adjourn time of awarding- contract is reserved A. .E: Michel, of Algona, Iowa, !onstruction 'Engineer. This drain Is located in Irvington and Sherman Townships. All bids not made in conformity to. the- above requirements will be rejected. . The successful 'bidder will be required to furnish bond as required by law within ten days after award of contract. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 22nd day of August, 1933. (Seal) E, J. BUTLER, Ping : Free,yes! LO A $50 to $j null —See-. But that's not all THIS NEW SUPERFUEL COMBINES 7 ALL ESSENTIALS 1 Top anti-knock rating for it* price class 9 Unsurpassecl in starting, acceleration and mileage Free from harmful sulphur and gum £ Accurately adjusted for seasonal variations ' . •>" gAlways uniform everywhere Fresher because of Standard's popularity T Sells at the price of regular H.W.PQ] Long Distance Hi Every io ad , against loss and age of all kinds d Red to do hauling ai PHONE'S Iowa KOSSUTH COUNTI Weekly Newspaper F, Entered as Sccond-oiaw December 31, igos. a t the »t AlRona, Iowa, Under of March 2, 1S79. B. Quarton QUABTOX ft Law Offices Office 427, re. Algona, Iowa" H.TV.1 "hones: * I'- T10IUB _.„ At torney-at-Law i .„? m °e Iowa State Bank Bl] >«ice phone 4CO-W. 1- W. Sullivan g. Bi M L. E. Linnan Attorneya-at-Law , Phones: Office, 261; j. $ si B - McM - 403 - NEW STANDARD RED CROWN SUPERFUEL PRICED NO HIGHER THAN REGULAR GASOLINE SOU) EXCLUSIVELY BY STAMMRD INI STUTOHS WO DEMOS... ALSO DISTRIBUTORS Of ATIAS TIKES TAX PAID (Price applies to city i proper. May vary •> - slightly elK>- /,' S'l^, s where } f. Copr. 1933, Standard Oil Co. 51-52 County Auditor. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF >VILL No. 3763. State of Iowa, Kossuth county ss In District Court. ' To All Whom It May Concern: You ai-e hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of S. R. Merriam, deceased, dated February 27, 1924, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 19th day of September,1933, is fixed .or 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 required to appear, and show cause £ 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, August 17, 1933. iO-52 B. J. 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