Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1933
Page 10
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PAGE TEN Friendly Club, St. Joe, Has Monthly Meeting October 4 St. Joe, Oct. 10—The Friendly club held a monthly meeting last week Wednesday at the home' of Mrs. Peter N. Thilges; Mrs. Wil- 'liam Metzen, assisting K'dsteBBt Mrs. Anton 'Becker and Mrs. Peter Halsrude had charge of entertainment, which consisted of three Contests. There were five guests: Mrs. John Frideres, daughter Her- Jmda, a girl friend of the latter Mrs.T,heresa Miller and Mrs..,Wil- Marn Reding. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. R; C. Fitch's Wednesday, November 1 1, Mrs. Robert Casey assisting. ' Card Pnrty nt .St. Joseph's— A card party Was given Sunday evening at St. Joseph's JHalJ. Bridge was .played at four tables- 600 at 19. The hfeh prize at bridge was won by Margaret Dales; The 600 high prize was won by Simon Ziemet, low by Amedia Erpelding visit Mrs. Reding's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jake Qarmahn. ' s £ Many St. Joe people attended the St. Cecelia's festival at Algb"- na last week Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, last week at Whittemore. '. ; Mrs. Matt Kirsch and Alidk Thilges left Friday to attend the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner, south of Livermore, are employed by Laurence Becker during corn husking. i and I will proceed to soli property,, or .96 much thereof execution, .with costs and accruini costs at public auction; to'/(he highest bidder, for cash, in hand on the 4th day of November, 1933 , .•>. at the east doorpf the.Cpujtlfouif y '".i^&ona, In* kbssutli^'cSumjv" Io>va, at the hour of "16 b'cfbck.rft.- >wa, at the hour of io o'clock •..& r , of said day, when'.'and where due attendance 'wtfl* be given by the undersigned'. "~ .'•" Dated'this 4tH"day of October 1933. CARL ' DAHLHAU SER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. . By Casey Loss, Deputy. J. L. Bonar, Plaintiff's Attorney; 6-6 •M T I/--.H , , . i *" J&uu'iy .NO. iinrm. ^VL*fc I'fJ'T^ ! he ™?' C « OF APPLICATION In Equity No. 18780. ., — .. _ w AB.-UWUIU >*y i IJCIUIIIK A door prize was awarded to .Mrs Courad Meatz. Lunch T "was' servec to 140. Mrs. John; ?Friders was .chairman of the committee serving. Shower for Mrs. Joe Hammer— The Mesdames C. -V. Barker Peter Halsrude, William Boldridge and Wiliam Metzen will be hostesses this week Tuesday at a miscellaneous post nuptial shower in honor of Mrs. John Hammer, who before mariage two weeks ago was Mary Manthei. Home From World's Fair— Philip and Bud Arndorfer, 'St. Benedict, and Theresa Miller, son- Alfred, and Leo Friders, St. Joe 1 «ot home last-week Tuesday from the world's fair. They stopped at Jos. Furhman's for a short visit. The Furhmans are former St. Joe residents. • Newljweds Chariyaried 4 Times. St. Joe, Oct. 10— .Four groups of young people eharvaried Mr. and • -— — -••••** t*t*a « «^*u vr CT_i I lie? yard fence from his place at St. Joe which is occupied by Mrs. M. Hari- ifan. • . Cornelia \Faber, West Bend, spent a short time last week with her sister, Mrs. Paul Thilges. Agnes Karel, attending School at Algona, works at the Hertig home before and after school. Tony Cloister, Eagle Grove, went home Friday, after a week with his sister, "Mrs. Hiko" Karel. Mr. and Mrs Victor Friderg spent Sunday at the .parental Nick WiUger's, Algona. Anna Kramer was sick a week ago, the result-of having a wisdom tooth extracted. Loretta Gales, student nurse at Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with relatives here. , The Rev. Father Ernst, of Ohio, •"— — •"•"' V «. •«»» •. MJX.\Jf*.A- *VJ,1 TO MAKE COMPROMISE SETTLE. MENT WITH NICK FISCH AND CATHERIN FISCH. In the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, •-' vs. Kossuth County State Bank, of Allowa, Defendant. o'clock p. to. of *ald day, ai which *jme you may appear and show should hot be entered as prayed. "»,.. , D - W. BAT.ES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of, Iowa, as Receiver of the, Kossuth County State Bank', of Algona, Iowa, By Harry V. Hull, Examiner in Charge. 1 fe NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S" SALE STATE OF IOWA, ' •%• KOSSUTH .COUNTY, 83. ^/ Notice is'-jhoreby 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 29th day of September, ,1933, in favor of American Trust and Savings Bank, Dubuque, Iowa, as plaintiff, and against Anna Bohannon and J. T. Bohannon, as defendants, for the '• sum of Thirteen Hundred Twelve and 31/100 ($13.12.31) Dollars and costs, taxed at Sixty-eigtot and 86/100 ($68.86) Dollars and accru- ng costs, I have levied upon the allowing described Real property as the property of: the said Anna iohannon, J. T. Bohannon, Dore J. T^-AiiC« "T *"""»•«""••. . oonannon, j. -r. uonannon TO H^!^ t0 o r l^. £5**°™ * I****.' ^«™<* Freeh, and Mm irx. ;.*!.« 1 ~.~-.~.« *«. > r rciai, jjeiimw rrecn, ana KOSSUtn the Kossuth County State Bank, county, Iowa, to satisfy said execu- of Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It tion, to-wit: Lot Two («), Block Fifty-Three (63), Algona,' Iowa; May Concern: You • are hereby notified that was in the vicinity last week Tuesday. Mrs. Theresa Miller is helping housework at Peter Kayser's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brass, Minnesota, are visiting here. -_ • r • • *** »«-x* ifll . CU1U Mrs. John Hammer last week; the first last week Monday night, the second and third last week Tuesda night, and the last Friday night. John Bormann Weds Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Sr accompanied by Mrs. L. Marso, Liv ermore, left Sunday for Barling where the Bormann son John wil be married there this week Tuesda to Clara Stessman. Margaret Fisch Party Hostess— *j Ma , rgaret Fisch Entertained m iriends at a party last week'Tues- day evening. A cafeteria lunch was served by Margaret and her mother, Mrs. Nick Fisch. Cement Bridge is Built— The secondary road past William Haglind's has been temporarily closed while workmen are putting in a new cement bridge. New Couple Fanning Here- Mr, and Mrs. Urban Melavine recently moved from Livermore to a farm southeast of here vacated by the Harry Smiths. Mrs. Weydert Leaves Hospital- Mrs. John Weydert left the KOB- suth hospital Sunday, after several days there, following a major operation. The Aid.supper and bazaar will be held this week Wednesday at Charles Aman's. The Henry Hawleys, Mason City, B. Wise families spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ste- there-is now on file in the office oi the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to make a compromise settlement with Nick Fisch and Catherin Fisch 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 Court House in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 18th day of October, A. D. 1933, at , and I will proceed to sell said property, or - 90 much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to • the highest bidder, for cash, in hand on the 4th day of November, 1933, ai the east door of the Court House In Algona, in Kosauth 'county Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a m., ot said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 4th day of October, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. A. Winkel, Other St. .Toe. Mr. and Mrs. John Capesius and their granddaughter, Shirley May Capesius, spent the week-end at the John 'Friders home. Rosella Mueller, Whittemore, spent last week Wednesday there. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schmit en- tretamed at Sunday dinner the T L. Rowells, the Charles Rowells ven, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dirkson, Woden, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge. Tie Henry Hawley's, Mason City, were Sunday guests at the B E Sanders home. Carl Paetz spent the week-end at Chicago. •• Mrs. A. I<. Greenfield was sick Sunday with the flu. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. A. D Richards, Algona. A number from here attended the ! Methodist supper and bazaar at Wesley Saturday evening. • , Church and Sunday school-were j leld in the afternon here last Sunday and will continue that way for a time. There were 40 at Sunday school. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE aTATE OF IOWA, COSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by irtue of Special Execution direct- d to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, owa, on a judgment rendered in aid court on the 29th day of Sep- ember, 1933, in favor of .John S. rowell, as plaintiff, and against 1 . A. Bakkie and Guy ,R. Mantor, as ' efendants, for the sum of Seven- i teen Hundred Eighty-nine and 74/100 ($1789.74) Dollars and costs, taxed at Seventy-five and 84/100 (?75.84)'' Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Rea'l property as ...... v-..o, n,c v/jianes noweiJS ««««"s "cotuLrcu .neai properly as Fred Selbergs, the Glen Loylds the property of .the said Guy R. Chf^stpr -Tr*liTiac\«e nn.4 -\r -mj MAT>t.nr anr^ TJtt*a rini* tj Tktr*~**~~ *v , the Chester Johnsons, and Mrs. Ed Whittemore, Lung, all of Ledyard. The John Thills, • i j •••••«, IT int-njiiiorCi visited relatives in this vicinity Sunday and took .home their daughter Marcella, who had spent several weeks here. (Matt Schmitt, Dell Rapids, S. D , came one day last week to pick corn in this vacinity. At present he is at John Berte's. He is a cousin of Mrs. Berte. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and Rita, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, drove to Clarion Sunday to visit relatives. Arthur Illg and Harold Friders were at Fort Dodge Saturday. The Sylvester Furhmans and Laurma Thilges were there also. Mrs. John Origer and the children spent last week-end with the former's mother, Mra. William fluttermore, West Bend. The William Redings drove to 'Blue Earth last week Sunday to Mantor and Mrs. Guy R. Mantor, his wife, H. E. Rist and Mrs. «. E. Rist, his wife, C. A. Bakkie, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The South half (S%) of the North Half (N%) of ~ in Block One Lot (1) Eleven (11) of Auditor's Plat of Reservation N u m- ber One (1) of Algona, Iowa; ADDING MACHINE ROLLS AT THE ADVANCE FEED GRINDING I have taken over the Carl -P. Krug territory for portable milling, and am prepared to execute orders. HOWARD FINES Phone 250 Algona Arrivals of Fall and Winter groceries are here. New dried fruits, new rice, new beans, in bulk or packages and IK"?? , 6 canned S° ods ^e on, in all sizes and kinds of fruits and vegetables. Prices at present are lower than last year's prices on very many items and we call your specTa? attention to varieties, sizes, and qualities of our peas. Our new packed asparagus is of wonderful quality whether you like the green, natural, or white, cut salad tips, or points FOUR SIZES OF TINS When making cut your phone order for groceries please remember our supplies are new and fresh- otherwise we try not to send them out—but better still, come in and select what you need at AKRE'S Our "MANDALAY" Minnesota flour is very good for w^fSw.T a thV' BAB , Y STUART " ««*»rt«» ^e wen known for their good quality and s( QUILL" Coffee, the best for your money. Phone 890 or 291 Sensational During the present trying times I am co-operating with my customers. Marking up goods just now looks tome like taking advantage of a situation. I have a store full of goods bought at old prices and I am selling them at old prices. Buy now Is the order of the day, and the people will buy if you make prices that they can afford to pay. This Is in line with the N. R. A. buying drive now on. The 800 pairs of ladies' low shoes that just arrived are sensational values. They are slippers that were made to order for a big shoe store, but not delivered on account of circumstances that came up. I bought the lot at a big discount and am passing this lucky buy on to the ladies of this community. They are new late 1933 styles. Pumps ties, and straps in black and brown kid in novelty trims with medium and high heels- also patent leather pumps. They are a wonderful bunch of high grade slippers. Your Choice, any pair $2.48. You are sure to grab off one pair, and you will cheat yourself if you do -not take two or three pairs. We have them in sizes from 3AA to 9AAA and from size 3C to 9EEE. We can sure fit your foot. My three young men clerks" have had plenty of experience and are experts at fitting shoes, each of them have taken courses In Chicago and know their business. So we can and will fit your feet, but you must show a buying disposition and decide quickly on the style you want, as we can not afford to spend a lot of time selling these shoes at the low price of $2.48 Our profit is so small on this bunch that you would have to have a magnifying glass to 066 It* i-- The Neville Vjood Mornin Mrs.G_ I« your telephone Speaking- I want to tell you how glad I am that I was here last night when little Jimmy wa» so ill and had to hav» the doctor at onco.. . "Mr. G_ used to say, The tele- phona'c a necessity all right' but last night I heard him say, That one call was worth more than we've paid for telephone service in several years/" > . •'" ..-; '"• -.- v .This advertisement is intended for farmers whojlntend to hold a public sale this win**,. Ject is to provide a form calling for everything the printer wl» need toTmake% *<SdI bTli » 1, and SS&^^ youS a K Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement 1—It IB customary ,to .start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I farming and move to town." Give your reason here: am about to quit n», d !^^^ 3— Give day and date of sale ___ _______________ 4— Give hour when sale is to begin... _____ ;_. _____ i........' 5— What about lunch, if any? ______ . ________ _.._ . ' 6-How many horses?..........Descrlbe each animal, with weight and age, standing horses or teams give' particulars if you any out- purebred or good „._ will know only what to give particularalabput bulls, dairy cows to of your stuff. The fellow ten miks awj yourself "if ^w^u^Vg^r^—- d i d -^ rith & Cattle " Tel1 ev close out. Let the printer sweat a long bill- would want to know away same 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geeae, etc.?.. ll-Whlch do you want to come first-horses, cattle, or hogs? 12-Farm machinery. Give make and .—. -, ^. buyer ten -Z^S" • ete ltot - *' "•- *—• * - 13—Miscellaneous 14-See your banker, get the terms, 16-How 8et them „„, biU S + you WMt? _. y M " <Tlle 16— How large an ad do you want? number Is loo) 17—Your name. 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk Remember that from the north lln« of *v> . ~~" --- ~ --- *•-,.»-,...-,-,. ----- -------- W ** *V'WH«, Mi* one DUJW from • «* often pay many Um« the ^

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