Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1933
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FACE EIGHT Announcement We have taken over the grinding business of Howard Fines and are ready to do your grinding. Our mill is in first-class shape and we guarantee to do first class work. Phone your orders to Geo. Lee's residence. Phone 250 and be assured of prompt service and quality ADVAMCfi. ALGONA. tot grinding at prices. lowest possible Anliker Milling Service Grind with your neighbor and Deceive the quantity discount price. LONG'S FOOD SHOP GROCERIES AND MEATS New things for the Thanksgiving season are now here. DATES—Pitted, in bulk, also with seeds. WHITE RAISINS for cake. FIGS. WALNUTS —Bigger and better. CANNED PINEAPPLE Sticks and rings in colors. RED CHERRIES, glassed. LEMON PEEL ORANGE PEEL CITRON These items are cheap this year. BUY NOW We want your eggs. Sausage and Hamburger, at, per pound 10c Try our open kettle rendered lard, at per pound lOc Butternut Coffee. TRADE AT LONG'S Nerves Will Kill. You may be the. next victim? Many a career, many a home, and many a business, has been ruined by some impulsive word or act due to a run down nervous system. ACT JfOW! When you have nerves that need treatment and you neglect to treat them, sooner or later you will conduct yourself in a manner that will ruin your life. This will come about by a general break down in health or by speaking in a manner that will cause your dear ones un- happihess. SOME BAT) LUCK iBank failures, low prices for produce, mortgage foreclosures, and out of work has wrecked the nervous system of our people. Start now by taking MAGNA COM- POUMD. SENT) \0 MONEY NOW! All you do is pay the postman when you receive the package. COMMITTEES FOR'AUX'AT L,R, NAMED Lone Rock Nov. 15—The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Roy Jensen Friday afternoon. The following officers n.nd committees were appointed:: sergeant at arms, Mrs. I. AV. Newbrougfh; Amei-icnnisni, Ann.a Flaig; beneficial, Mrs. alenn Hurt: cradle roll, Tena Jensen; child welfare, Mrs. N. L. Cotton; publicity, Mrs. \v. G. Flalg; unit activities, Mrs. Roy Jensen: rehabilitation, Mrs. Oscar Earing; poppy, Mrs. R. L. Padgett; flowers, Mrs. B. M. Jensen; executive committee, Mrs. N. L. Cotton; Mrs. Oscar Baring, Mrs. G. A. Sharp. Funds were sent to the following departments, child welfare, education, Leglonalre, de- tense, district dues, rehabilitation, Christmas Cheer, and disabled soldiers. The next meeting will be with Mrs. W. G. Flaig, December 8. Ames Visitors for Hunting— Harley Shelllto and two friends, a Mr. Norrls and a Mrs. Johnson, Ames,, came Friday morning to enjoy pheasant hunting and visit the N. L. Cottons. Mr. Shellito remained, the other two returning to Ames Friday afternoon. Mrs. Shellito and daughter Norma, Ames, drove up to spend the week-end with the Cottons Saturday. James Johnson, a Mr. Coons, William Barnard, and Dell Johnson, Ames, came and enjoyed the hunting season. Sunday the Shellitos returned, Mrs. N. L. Cotton going with them for a week's visit. Boys Glee Club Started— The high school boy's glee club organized last week is composed of: first tenor, Eugene Blanchard, Lawrence Rath, Raymond Nelson, Leon Larson,, Robert Gladstone, Bernard Reilly, Vernon Hollister, Jesse Blanchard Jr; second tenors, Jack Tlb- betts, Roy Leeper; and baritone, Verne Dacken. Officers . are, pres- dent, Roy Leeper. vice, Leon Larson, secretary-treasurer, Verne Dacken. Officers of the girls glee club are; president, Coila Jane Hollister, vice, Dorothy Bierstedt. secretary treasurer, Margaret Gladstone. The Mite Entertained society of the local church entertained the Ringsted society last Thursday afternoon. The program vas: Scripture and prayer, MAGNA MFG. CO. 5605 So. Hoinan Avenue Chicago, 111. 'Send me a thirty day supply of MAGNA COMPOUND for the nervous system. I will pay postman $2.00 plus postage when Compound is received. Name Address City If you send cash with the order we will pay postage. Canadian, Foreign orders, cash in advance. Temporary CORN CRIBS Both Slat and Wire. Due to our LOW PRICES they are moving fast, and we would advise getting our prices and placing your order a few days before you need them. When selling grain remember this fact We Pay More Buy flour, feed, salt, fence, coal and tile, and be convinced that there is no substitute for a FARMERS' ELEVATOR Hobarton Phone 36P1 tf the Rev. S. M. Gladstone; talk, The Blessedness of Unity, the Rev! Mr. Gladstone; reading, . Hats Off, The Flag is Passing By, Marian Jensen; three selections, Girls' Glee Club; Piano solo. Mrs. Viola Bishop; skit, Lillian Angus, Mrs Lawrence Ditmer ,and Lois Whitehill. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. William Krause, Mrs. Godden assisting. Other Lone Bock. The L. R. Rodericks and Harold Gross, drove t o Des Moinea Friday evening to be with their daughter Berneyce, student nurse at the Iowa Methodist hospital, Saturday morning, when she underwent an appendicitis operation. Mrs. C. C. Madison, daughter Alma, and son Milton, accompanied by Peter Madison, drive to Fort Dodge Saturday where the latter left for his home in Detroit Mich., after visiting several weeks here. Mrs. Alex Krueger and children took Mrs. Eclwara Blanchard and children, who have been visiting the past week at the parental A. D. Newbrough's, ta their home in Irving-ton, Sunday. Sunday guests at Calvin House- LuVerne Methodist Pastor Who Was Potter in England Speaks Here About Pottery The Rev. William Baddeley, of the Methodist church, Lii Verne spoke to Rotarlans n,t their noon luncheon Monday on the manufacture of pottery and how to tell a good product from a poor grade. He was born in England and wns manager ot the Johnson Pottery factory for 30 years, coming to the United States and entering the ministry in 1921. From his experience In the factory,. Mr. Baddeley can tell how pieces are made and the wnys to recognize valuable grooda. If he can merely take hold of dishes and feel of them he can tell their texture, he said, and say whether they are a hand product. In hand manufacture a hard clay Is used to shape dishes, but the modern way in machine manufacture is to use a liquid clay which hardens. The kind of clay for pottery^ is important in quality of pro-" duct, and different clays must have different care and treatment. • Good clays cannot be found in the United States, several attempts have been made here, but only pottery for household use has been successfully manufactured to date. Mr. Baddeley, who was Introduced by the Rev. C. V. Hulse, November program chairman, exhibited nearly twenty dishes! and in'hls talk explained the features of each. One plate was nearly 300 years ol'd; another was dated 1769; another, 1812; and many others were genera* tlons old. The dishes ranged from teacups and saucers to plates,, pit. chers, etc., with embossed designs, and busts of John Wesley and Shakespeare. The designs on bo't°r product* are. hand painted and burned into the dish. Another design is luit on with a llt.hotfr.iijh sten- 'ill, and still another method la to print the design. The glaze on a dish Is of great Importance in good grades of pottery. Some crtaztng Is of poor quality containing lead which chips off and poisons users. Girls in the factories who work with glazing materials are many times taken down with lead poisoning. In the Johnson pottery Mr. Baddeley had charge of nearly a thousand workmen. This factory is rated as one of the four best English' potteries, the others being the Meakin, Qrlngley, and Doulton factories. • IPottery sometimes becomes;ex- cedingly valuable. A number -of valuable pieces in a Marshall Fields collection in Chicago are worth as much as $1,000. [Editor's Note—Woman's clubs about the county would do well to engage Mr. Baddeley for pottery talks. Of course he should not bo asked to speak without something in the way of compensation.] LOU JAN WA SE LAPPE, OF JROFT, WEDS .TER GOCHE LOANS $50 to $300 You can secure needed funds without delay, at low cost. Monthly payments can be arranged to suit Income. A personal loan service that you will like. —See— H. N. KRUSE 124 State Street Phone 125 Algona Representing federal Finance Co, Des Moines holder's were the C. E. Householders, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, the Ralph Reidels and F. H. Wolfe! all of Fenton, and Ellen Wolfe. Whittemore. From Lone Rock attending the Kossuth Auxiliary meeting at Burb, a week ago Tuesday, afternoon were, Mrs. W. G. FlaJg, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. N. L. Cotton, and Mrs. R. L Padgett. Karl Ewoldts had as Sunda guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gushing and daughter Ilia,, Swea City, Hen ry and Emil Meier, Harlan, Jessi* Smith and Elva Ewoldt Algona. Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and sister Margaret Gladstone, drove to Ceda Rapids Friday morning, visiting over the week-end with their sister Beulah, student at Coe college. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norma, Ames, came Fri day for a week-end visit at N, L Cotton's, and enjoyed pheasan hunting. Florence Yaeger teacher at Decorah, spent the week-end with Mrs Lillie Thompson and daughter Neva She was formerly primary teacher here. Mr and daughter Evelyn and Henry Lu cas,. all of Des Moines, spent the week-end at William Fischer's. The P. T. A. meets this evenint in the high school auditorium. A play. My Son John, will be present ed. Lunch will b e served. Guests at Edward Zunkle's Sun day were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ham mer, Des Moines, and Mrs. M. O SchoffstaJl, Pilot Mound. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett, and Mr. and Mrs. William Krause), at tended the funeral of August Sim bill at Fenton, Monday. Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, daughter Kathryn, and Melvin Hawks drove to Mason City 'Saturday to visit Gladys Stebritz. O. M. Rosy, traveling- auditor of the Northwestern Railroad of Chicago, spent last Friday at the H. E. home. The Charles Bierles had as weekend guests,, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Booner, and Mr. and Mi-s. Joe Bierle, all of Nevada, Mervyn Christenson, Alex Krue- erer and Lawrence and Delbert Geitz- nauer, spent Sunday In Des Moines. Ernest Krueg-er and daughter Ruth, Burt, enjoyed a pheasant dinner Sunday at Charles Morris's. The Edgar Colvilles, Burlington, spent the week end at L. R. Roderick's and Robert Dransfeldt's. Donald Blanchard, student at Cedar Palls, spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. Bito Cngll and Glen Bruce, Des Moines, were week-end visitors at William O'Donnell's. Bernice Ford and Elmer Johnson, Decorah,, spent the Arthur Priebe's. weekend at A boy, Patrick John, was born to Mr, and Mrs. Joe Lynch, a week ago Monday. Gertrude Bierstedt left Sunday for Amboy, Minn., where she teaches. , The Ben Seegebarths left for their home in Chicago, Sunday. B, B, SEASON IS OPENED BY LEDYARD H, S, Ledyard, Nov. .15—The boys basket ball team has new suits and made a fine appearance in them Friday night against Rake. Their suits are white jeraeys, with an interwoven script of "Ledyard,"an double numerals of deep purple Tke trunks are purple moleskin an trimmed with double braid of whit and purple around the bottom < o the legs and up the sides. Ledyar won 45-5. The starting lineup was Thompson, Brandt, Barnes, Mou ton, and Lloyd, • but much subst tuting was done. Thompson score 20 points, Barnes 4, Loyd 11, War ner <l and Brandt 1. The girls also won 31-7. The stating lineup was Alice Hagge,, Mary Drew forwards, Esther Junkermeier Aleitha Brack, guards, Lilliar Klinksiek, Ella Goetz centers. Sub stitutions were O'Keefe, Mayne, Fai row and Logan. This week Frida night Bancroft junior and senio highs, and the parochial school boy teams play here. Lelyard, Nov. 115—Ledyard's con ference schedule for basket ball is: Nov. 17—Bancroft, here. Nov. 23—Titonka, there.- Dec. S—Seneca, here. Dec. M;5—Fenton, there. ^ec. 21—Lone Rock, there. Jan. ,l!2—Bancroft, there. Jan. IS—Titonka,, here. Jan.2 6—Seneca, there. Feb. 2—Fenton, here. Feb. 9—Lone Rock, here. Inler-Class Tourney Held— An inter-class tournament startec last week Monday night with fresh man girls defeating sophmores 22 9. The juniors won from the senio girls 20-8. The junior boys won frorr the freshman 30-.9, and the senior from the sophmores 19-13 in th- only close game. Tuesday night the 7th grade and juniors were victors The 7th grade girls beat the gth grade 15-7 in a close game till the lost quarter. The score then 8-7 for the 7th and the team didn't score again. The Sth -- 7th and the Sth boys' game went t« over and the Sth a free, the 7th winning time. At the half the 7th led 2-1 third quarter 4-5 i n favor of 8th; am tied 9-9 at the end of the game. In the overtime 7th made a field goa and the sth a free the 7th winning 11-10. Junior and freshman girls 6 G at the half, but the former won 9-6. Juniors and senior boys fought nearly eve n till the last quarter when the juniors scored 8 points to the seniors' 4 for a final score of -^ 16. Declam Work is Started— The 7th and Sth grades have start ed practicing for the Junior-Hi declamatory contest. Those entered are: 7th, Wesley Schultz, Billy Bau mann, Harold Long, lona Went worth, Howard Nitz. Edna Leslie and Lois Rieee; SSth, Beulah Looft Bernard Anderson, Verna Berglund Harold Wentworth, Betty Ander son,, Arlowe Blome, Glen Dyer, Ag nes Junkermeier, Delores Hassebrock, Alvlra Holvorson, Geneva Gelhans, Ruth Estle,, Betty Matzen er and Marie Welfare. Swea Cityaiis Entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. B. 'Lauritzen entertained at bridge last Thursday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson, Misses Jones, Randall, Kitley. Underkofler, Dunham, gtran- ahan,, Kelly a nd Miss Williams, o f Swea City, Frank Moulton, Elvin Carpenter, Lawrence Pingle and Bill Weimer , Other Ledyard News. The Rev. Father Strom, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Walsh and Josephine Weidmeyer went to Rochester a week ago Tuesday to visit her brother, who is critically ill. The Cecil Tillmoneys, of Ames, came last Thursday evening to visit at the Wiemer and Hartshorn homes and take advantage of the pheasant season. Wm. Garrys went to Rochester Saturday, taking her brother Francis Walsh and wife home. Her moth- r returned with them. William Herzog, of Baxter, came ast Thursday for pheasant hunting and to visit at Herman Herzog's. Green's and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen, Mrs. V. A. iarrett and Misses Jones, Randall, Stranahan and Kelly were in Algona Saturday. The Methodist Ala held a business meeting at Blanche Jenks hcme, and made plans for the bazaar to be held Dec 6. Leon Worden and Ace Warden eft a week ago Monday for near Cotvles Given Banquet By His Employes [Tom Purcell in the Hampton Chronicle.] Gardner Cowlee has been publisher of the Des Moines Regig. ter for 30 years, and on Monday night employes of that paper honored him with a reception and dinner, and he was highly commended by the speakers for the great record he had made not only as publisher, but as an employer who always held the highest respect and gratitude of the men and women who have been in his employ, many of them for many years. Yes, Gardner Cowles has made a great record, a most successful one at that. The Kegister is conceded to be one of the great daily newspapers in this country, better than most of them in cities tw.ice or more the size of Des Moines. Mr. Cowles is not only a very successful business man, but h« is a leader in thought and action for the things which promote good will and prosperity for the people of the state as a whole., Clean, high minded, always an advocate of the better things of life, and his friends hope to see him carry on the good work for many years to come. Bancroft, Nov. 14—A wedding solemnized Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock at St. John's Catholic church, when l/ouise, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lappe, became the bride of Walter*, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Cfoche, the Rev. J. F. Schultes officiating. The couples was attended by Regina' Schiltz, cousin of the bridegroom, and Louis 'Lappe, brother of the bride. The bride was dressed in a long white satin and lace dress, with long silk- embroidered veil, and carried white roses and ferns. The maid's dress was light blue flat crepe, and she wore a white hat and white slippers. Her [ bouquet was of pink carnations and ferns. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to 60 guests. The house was decorated in white and blue. Late in the afternoon the couple left for iDubuque, where they will spend a month. They will live on a farm northwest <• of Bancroft. Many Hunters at Lonergan's Hunters who visited at P. A. Lonergan's over the pheasant days were the Rev. J. J. <5aule, Dennis OBnen, and Ted Jansen, Farmington; John and Ed Haas and Tony and Jos. Schmidt, Fort Madison; Maurice Weisheer, Donaldson; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons, Centerville; F. :R. Hoes, B. Stezel, C. A. 'Dettman, L,. p. Hoes, and Tlibmas Cohnell, Perry. Two Have Appendices Out- Caleb Hartshorn left the hospital Monday, after an operation for appendicitis one day last week. His home is at Swea City. ">Red" Guest underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday at his home. Dr. W. T Peters,. Burt, assisted Dr. J. A. Eatherviile EIki Entci^Bridge Tilt Esthervflle Elks have entered the national bridge tournament sponsored by the national organization The tourney will be held ih Elks lodges* all over the United States November 24. Both auction and contract bridge-will be played. The play will be conducted along the lines of duplicate Midge, with similar hands ibeing held by the same combination of players in all of the lodges. These same hands have been played by experts, who 'have set a "par" score, from.which the) winners of the named. Eight tourney will cups are to be be awarded, four to men, and four to women. Devine, performed the operation. Callista Elsbecker, R. <N., was nurse. Legion Auxiliary is Hostess— The Legion Auxiliary entertained Legion members, their wives, and the husbands of the Auxiliary mem- ber home at Chicago, after a visit siri'ce the preceding Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.'iPeter Berens, The :Rev. Henry Pick went to Al ton Sunday to visit his mother few days and a brother at Le Mar who is a patient in a hospital. Mrs. Charles Perkins, Mason City, visited from last Thursday t Tuesday with her sister, iMrs. E< Seeney. The Baptist Aid will serve chick en dinner in the church basemen this week Wednesday. Mrs. William Quinnn and her twi daughters ' spent. Friday at For Dodge with friends. The George Kuhnles, <Des Moines visited from Friday to Tuesday a< George Johnson's. ' town, on judgment rendered .. said Cotirt on the 8th day at December, 1982, ifi fafdf of lowi State Bank, Algona, loWa, a« plain tiff, and against Claude Belly anc Kenneth Seely, as defendants, for the sum of Eighteen Hundred Nine ty*fdur and M/100 (11894.94) Dol lars and costs, taxed at^flixty-six and 86/100 ($66.85) iDollars and accruing costs, I have levied Upon the •following described personal property as the property of the sale Kenneth Seely to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: One Chevrolet Mas- tef town sedahi Model 1933 Engine Number 3706110, anc I will proceed) to sell sale Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen Sr. Mrs. Leslie Huff, and Mrs. Gilberi Benschoter went to Iowa City Saturday for several days with Mr and Mrs. Ray Thomas. Mrs Thomas was formerly Lora Olsen Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor anc Mr. and Mrs. Woods and Fred Mitchell, Corydon, who spent Ias1 week with the Taylors, spent Sun- dap at Gilmore City with. Mr. anc Mrs. Ferris Johnson. Harold Brewer, Corydon, went home Sunday,' after several weeks here, picking corn at James Brophy's and W. C. Taylor's. > He is a nephew of Mr. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Albert Grosenbach's. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, and „ — uuu «i V 4 4 ^ .rt.WAlUO.IJ' mCJIl- n»« «J if -nr n n. . l bers at dinner last week Wednes- M ' and Mrs> Wm ' Greenfield, Irv- day evening at the Forester hall. S gt0 "', were at A L - Greenfield's. One hundred and six attended. Fol- T if * m Cunmn ehams and the lowing the dinner, a dance was held i otai Mlllers - st - Benedict, were at and the .Farm Bureau orchestra Ja H,\f s Br °Pty' s furnished music. i There was a large attendance at [Sunday school and church ser- Wllinin Doocy is Bead— .vices Sunday. A short program Word was received Monday after- wa « given by the children of the noon of the death of William Doocy ' Sundav school, and the choir sang Bird Island, Minn. They lived here ' a nun Lber in honor of Armistice for years, and he was a brother of day< . Walter Steven, Algona, gave James Doocy. an interesting talk on his experi- encea in the world war. The Rev. Class Play Draws Crowds— I; C. • McNulty preached an Armis- iLarge audiences attended a Jun- tic e sermon. ior class play at the public school- i r< and Mrs - Cnarl es Aman spent house last Thursday and Friday ast Thursda y at Fort Dodge, where evenings. "RnnHervn<» -niii,,"' ,™,,« Mr. Aman attended a north Tnwa evenings, presented. "Sundering Billy waa ""•.«•""*" attended a north Iowa Grain Co. convention and banquet. < I _Mr. and Mrs. Woods and, Fred Other Bancroft News. .Mitchell, <Corydon, spent from last Gordon. Saunders' and her sons week Wednesday till Monday with Gordon Jr. and Wilson, returned to M £ and Mrs - w - c - Taylor. Mr. LLm. .» t i - " _ ****** *•** ^K/T^t-nVt rtll J _ •»•• m * . - to build a six room Armstrong house. Mrs. Howard Jenson.. of Le Mars, visited at the parental L. A. Nita home from last Thursday till Sunday. Mrs. Glen Yahnke, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mai-Jorie and Alice Dunham were in Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Juluis Jensen, of Buffalo Center, and Helen spent lost week Monday at Glen Yahnke's. The Grant Methodist Aid held its annual bazaar Friday night and some from here attended. Mr. and Mrs, j.' H. Welfare and Doris spent last Thursday at Ralph Johnson's, near Guckeen. Mrs. Ace Warner's mother, Mrs. Nemmers, of Bancroft, spent the !>ast week with her. Wilbur Hossebrock, sophomore at Dubuque university, spent the weekend with his parents. Lawrence Meyne had his hand anced for infection a week ago Monday by Dr. Devine. The Charley Kramers,, of Webster City, came Friday to visit at J. W. T Tartshorn's. The Otto • Baumanns, o f Blue Sarth, spent last Thursday at Fred Buamann's. Anton Anderson, of Albia, Minn., . , , > home at Dutouque Sunday af- Mltcne11 >s Mrs. Taylor's father. ter four days a t the M. A. Saunders x Mrs< H 6 " 1 ^ Hawley, her daugh- nome. Frank Saunders, Dubuque ,, er i Mrs> • Neomi De Wilde, and the spent Friday and Saturday here latterr s daughter Constance Joy, and 1 Mrs. W. J. Welp and her alTof , Mason City, spent the week- daughter Marjorie spent Sunday j. Wl " 1 Mr - and Mrs - B. E. Saun- with-Mr. and Mrs. Saunders. Mr. °? TS ' a . n ? a11 attended a party Fri- amT Mrs. Saunders are parents of r nlgflt at the Lou Boleneus Gordon, Frank, and Mrs. Welp home at ' Doan in honor of Mrs fiTesdames G. D. Hart, John Wil- ' Boleneusr s birthday. liams, and G. W. Carmean visited . Tfes . cnoir met for practice Fri" ' , . . . . at Or. and Mrs. J. H. -Lynch's day " niglit Wlta Edi ' tli Greenfield Sioux City, Friday, Saturday, and ' - " Sunday. Mrs. Hart and Mrs: Williams are sisters of Mrs. Lynch They also visited Antoinette Hart, - Fenton is attending "Briarcliffe college- '• The Ralph Stumbos, Kanawha, several « - mg two- weeks at L. C. Oast's Mrs dav^7™rV^?* Bn Shnpson- fir a sister-in-law of Mrs! SSfBJ £ I ^ 0 XJ I J Spent San ~ areilti ' aild " property) or so much thereof a! 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 2nd day of December, 1933, al the east door' of the. Court House in Algona, in Kossuth V county Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned."' Dal;ed this 4th day of November, 1938. OARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa. . * By Casey Loss, Deputy. 10-11 By Casey Loss, Deputy. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3780. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District term, 1933. Court, November To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Lizzie Guderian, deceased, dated October 18, 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 27th day of November, 1933, is fixed Cor 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 f any "they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will Van Ness Attorneys. with principal Iowa, to take over business, former,; corporation of th whose sole . 6 ij i be J SSU(xl as nee paid in from time to property at values Executive Coun aor business when ?30,ooo.° 0 has been paid i n . T this corporation shai date the Secretary if a certificate of in shall continue for two or more Directors a who are to be named at election m January O f The private property of holders shall be exempt i™. P«f| e '^iHty except?; » and m the manner P r 'aws of the State of CHRISTBNSEN BROTHEHJ I 8-11 COMPANY By P. j. 666 .iquid Tablets, Salve, Jfose P Checks Colds first day, Neuralgia in 80 minutes. days. FINE LAXATIVE AND Most Speedy lleracdieg Enoiri We know every make of radio,'inside and out. Gallon us for expert service, using the best materials and labor. Honest estimates furnished free. Phone 44 when in radio trouble. SHIRLEY Radio Service Over Long's Food Shop, PUBLIC SALE At the Riddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, east of Northwestern .tracks SATURDAY, NOV. 18, AT 1:30 O'CLOCK SHi We are listing stuff every day, suet as livestock and furniture. If you have any furniture we can sell' it at auction or pri^ vafe sale, as we have calls for it. .Make, tins your place to buy and sell. In this offering we have some young stock of steers and ieif- ers - A f ew good cows; also a few horses. If you .have some good cheap horses, bring them in as we nave some buyers. Two-hundred and seventy-five young pullets which are of late natch but almost ready to lay.. 175 Buffi H»cfcs, weighing from one and one-half to three pounds. 100 Barred Rocks. These chickens are of the best breeds. 160 acres of stock feed, 3 miles west and % mile north of Burl, ii interested see me. Gas engine 2% hi pi, South Bend cook stove, Economy cream separator, Vikihgc cream separator, 750 c ? 1p ? c . lt j' hot » oint electric stove. Advance meulating heater, an kinds of tope,,dining room 1 suite*, toed, room suite, spring tooth narrow, 9 ft., rug 9x12 Axminster;, same merchandise, all sizes curduroy pants 32 to 42. Terms are cash. No property removed! until settled for. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer 'pent last Thursday here. and Friday The Raymond Winters, of Swea ity, spent Sunday at Ray Bstle's. The Methodist Aid meets this, Thursday with Mrs. D. B Mayer. The W. P. M. S. meets with Mrs, Edward Knoner this Friday. The King's Heralds met at Mrs., idward Knoner's Saturday. Mrs. Henry KelHng is ill and under the care of Dr. Devine. Juantta Underkofler spent th« veek-end at Britt. The George Thompsons spent Sunday at Lu Verne. ; Cretco The Mothers & Daughters club (vas entertained last week Wednes- lay by Mrs. M. L. Duton and her laughters. A tray luncheon was served to 16 persons. Mrs. J. F, 3ook, Algona, and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Corwith, and her two chil- 'ren were guests. A talk on the lentury of Progress exposition was :iven by Mrs. O. S. Moore. The iext meeting will be on November 2 at Mrs. Homer Lindhorst's, and ach member to tell of interesting laces she has visited. Mrs. Victor Applegate, Corwith, Doris, and Bobby, spent three days ast week at B. C. Potter's. Arthur Powell, who has been vorking this fall at the D. D. parks farm, went to Mason City ast week Wednesday to visit his rother Earl. The Earl Millers went to Boone aturday to attend the funeral of Carl's grandmother, Mrs. Bennett, 2, who slipped and fell on the loor, breaking a leg and hip. At ne time she resided here with Mrs. iobert Royster, sister of Earl. The wind and dust storm here unday stripped ears of corn from ',a.ikB and damaged hay ftaefcs, etc. « . "* "** W. C. O. F _„ day evening- at the Forester and' after the meeting cards played 1 . Lucille Vaske hig& score; Mrs. Peter low.. Mrs. Jack Hill, all , dinner guests of Mr; and', — Mrs. Louis Elsbecker. anti-freeze, 98c gal., less 21-10 . .. ,, Derners, Cleveland',' visited last week Wednesday and Thursday at Edw. Draessler's ' Mr. Derner is a brother of Mrs. *Jf O6SSJ61*. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford .Kihesd'ort have a daughter born llast Thurs> day morning. .Mrs. Riagsdarf w*a Lillian Godferson befoje marrtaae Mrs. A. j. Berens left Friday for [LEGAL NOTICES KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by rt " e «««ral .'Execution direct- Court of Kossuth county FOR SERVICE THANKSGIVING Have your Wearing Apparel Cleaned — Pressed — Repaired Do it now before the rush HOW ABOUT YOUB TUBS? or re- many rnore We can make the necessary alterations pairs giving to your fur garments D months of service. We call for and dellyer. Modern Dry Cleaners Outstanding AIP Values IVORY SOAP 4 CHIPSO. P&G HEIN7 ** 1 -'**^<t« HAKEU BEANS 16 oz. CANS 19c f l5c 25c 2Sc ft. C & H CANE SUGAR 10 Ibs. 50c $1.25 in BEET SUGAR 100 Pounds. H-$ lO.Lbs. 48 cents. BOKAR Coffee 2 Ibs BROWN SUGAR Ib. IONA COCOA 2 45c I.B. PKG. CLEANSER QCANS U I9c ASSORTED " " ' | Hefan Jelld PilUburys 16 <" CAN FLAVORS pkg. $1.05 Onionf, red $0 Ib, bag . 69c Head Lettuce, 2 head* , I9c Grapefruit 5 49 I4S. BAG $8.05 Sparkle, 2 pkgs. .——-Encore Spaghetti, 4 cans- V* Lara, 2 Ibs, ,.. ---------- HJ Pried Peaches, 2 Ibs ------ *f Dried Apricots, Ib, ------ *£ Fresh Oysters, qt. -------- jg Bacon, Ib. ,~ ------- 1&c m

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