Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1934
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PAGE TWO KOSStJTH CGtNTY ADVANCE ALQONA. IOWA Carl Carlson, Burt, Dies Thursday After Four Years Illness m ~~ ' ' ~~~ j . . . ..._.. .. ... , . <Mtk. ^^ ^K ^^K« A • • fl^b. ^^H« • MMA. At Ml «h ^^ ^^ ^& • A A adi^BMHMMB ^^ m_ _1 _ -r^___ A*-_. i_ __ -._ «. A .^i _u ^A ,_„ J J J «... J _ __ __ —i -»_._^- _ J^.__.u _i_lA.t« FEBRUARY 1 m.. PORTLAND TWP, FARMER PASSES AT '^HOSPITAL Hurt, Jan. 30—'Funteral services for Carl Carlson, who died last •{Thursday at Iowa City, were held fct the Lutheran church here Sunday afternoon, the Rev. L. Rich- tnann officiating. Burial was made in the Portland township cemetery. Swea City Club Program Features Washington, D. C. Mr. Carlson had been in poor health four years, and had been seriously sick several months. Ho "Was taken to Iowa City a few days fcefore death. Mr. Carlson was born October 16, 1875, near Rlngsted, Denmark. In 1893 at 17, he came to the United States, and for a time lived with *.n uncle, Nels Hansen, near Wesley, later he bought a farm near Wesley and on October 7, 1913, was married to Carrie C. Hixs, Sexton. Nine •Children survive. were born, all of whom •Btlll resides. Mr. Carlson In 1915 Mr. Carlson bought a farm between Burt and Titonka, and lived there till 1918, when he moved to Burt. The family lived here sev- *n years, and Mr. Carlson bought cattle and hogs. In 1924 they moved to the farm, where the family is survived by Ins *rife and the children, Howard,'Ken- frierth, Clifford, Vera, Vamla, Lot-ene, Virgil, Eldon, and Gale Garnett, all JHt home. TJnal Doclnm Contest Tomorrow— Tho preliminary liome declamatory con/test was held last week Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Ronald Ortman and Barrel Riddle tanked highest in the oratorical Class; Dorothy Brooke, Eugenia Mae Kriotho, and Lydia Mansmlth in *ho dramatic; and Caroline Can-, SJorothy Dickmoyer, Joseph Gra- fcam, Maxlne Schenck, and Sarah Bchroedei- In the humorous. A final home contest for choosing one from each group to take part in the county contests wil be held Friday evening. Mrs. D. L. McDonald Entertains— Mrs. D. L. McDonald entertained at a bridge luncheon last week Wednesday. The guests were Mrs. W. A. MacArthur, Mrs. W. P. Peters, Mrs. P. L. Pratt, Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mrs. H. W. Trainer, Mrs. MacArthur won the prize for high score, Mrs. Al Staohle for low score, and Mrs. C. C. Smith won travel prize. Ringsdorf Birthday Observed— A party -was held at the F. A Kingsdorf home Sunday evening 'Swea City, Jan. 30—The Thurs day club held its regular meeting at Henry Myre's last Thursday. The lesson was on Washington, D. C. Congress, and the first lady of tlhe land. Mrs. Fults read a paper or Washington, geographically, anc about the senate and house. Mrs Eckholm spoke on White House customs, and Mrs. Leland on The Mistress of the White House. The club made plans for a valentine party to be held at the P. J. Heiken borne. Haglund Building: Brings $1100— The Haglund building was sold last week to (Harry B. Fetdier, of Bancroft, for $1100 at a receiver's sale. The vacant lot Just north of the building was included in the sale. Mr. Petcher does not intend to occupy the building at present. It is occupied by Virgil 'Blomster, who runs a grocery store. He will continue to occupy it for the present. Players Close for Season— The Guthrie-Tilton players, who have given weekly shows here the past 22 weeks, gave their final show for the season Friday evening last week. They will be back next summer in a tent show. They are popular and have drawn good crowds. The merchants have supported their entertainments. Attends Funeral in Illinois— Samuel Warburton, with his son Harry, brother James, 'Lakota, and the .Rev. Mr. Johnson, of Lakota, drove to Morris, 111., last week to attend the funeral of an aunt. Mrs. S. Warburton had charge of tine Warburton store in Lakota during Harry's absence. Enters Des Itfoines Hoepitjal— Mrs. E. It. Hanson, Mrs. T. F. Johnson and Buell (Pearson drove to Des Moines last week. Mrs. Hanson will enter a hospital there for treatment. Mr. Pearson returned, but Mrs. Johnson will remain with Mrs. Hanson. Wind Breaks Church Window— The heavy wind Sunday morning blew one of the north windows out of the Methodist church. A large piece of wallboard was tacked over the hole and services were held as usual. Surprise for J. E. Youngs— Sixty neighbors gathered at J. E. Young's Friday night. The Youngs are moving to northern Wisconsin in the near future. The gathering was a surprise. City Water is Approved— A sample of water sent to the [owa City laboratories from the town well here had a "Satisfactory at this time," report returned last week. Other Swea City. MRS, SCHUTTER, TITONKA, DIES; APPENDICITIS Titonka, Jan. 30—Mrs. Bonno iSchutter, who died at the Mrs. Free Wentz home a week ago Saturday morning of appendicitis, was a •daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tjaden, and was born in German township September 4, 1895, being only 39 at death. Mrs. iSchutter was married March 3, 1920. (Besides the husband, th'ero are two children, (Herman and Florence. Her "parents, brotflier Stephen, and three sisters, Mrs. Bena Van Hove, Mrs. Elizabeth iBruns, and Mrs. (Frances Smidt, also survive. Mrs. Magnus Peterson and a committee entertained Immanuel Lutheran Aid last Thursday afternoon. A large crowd was present and a good program given. J. <E. Young and Clarence Gardner drove to iPrentiss, Wis., last veek with a load of farm goods. The Youngs will move to Prentiss March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson enter- ained 20 friends at their home last veek Wednesday evening. _ Edith Buxton was a week-end visitor at Samuel Warburton's. Ringsdorf's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. honor of Mr. Guests wei-e John, Mr. and Mrs. Chas ScottVlMr! and Mrs. C. L. Holding, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert, a nd Mr. and "Mrs L. H. Schenck. JLco Vinaas Is Married Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas have received news of the marriage of their son Leo to Minnie Friedman at Batavia, 111., January, 20, Mr. Vinaas is employed by the United Gas & Electric Co. at Geneva, 111. Corn-Hog MectiiiRs is Held— A large crowd attended a corn- hog information meeting Monday afternoon at the Beltone theater for Burt and Portland 'townships. County Agent Bonnstetter addressed the meeting. by of the- family was also threatened with it but is better. Saturday was Merwyn John's 10th birthday, and In honor of the event the members of his class were entertained that afternoon. Fourteen were present. • Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and Mrs. Clapsaddle's brother, Fred Main, and Mrs. J. G. McDonald visited relatives at Grundy Sunday. Mr. and ATTEND THE COOKING SCHOOL Center MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESD'Y •Mrs. C. C. Smith left Sunday for Los Angeles and Ventura, Calif., to spend the rest of the winter with their sons, Carver and Presbyterian Mite Society met yesterday afternoon. Mrs. A. H. " Cass. The Meinzer, Mrs. . . T. Peters, and Other Burt News. Arthur Mitchell and Paul Snyder, Akron, Morning-side College students, spent the weelc-end here. Arthur with his parents, and Mr. Snyder with his sister. Mrs. C. 15. Hammer. Mr. Snyder is a very fine singer and sang a solo at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Anna Overgaard spent the weekend with her parents at Cedar Falls. Mildred Anderson visited friends at Forest City, s. J. Fardal visited his home ait Stanhope and Condit Bowie Ills home at Zearing- over the weekend. Dr. H. S. Van Vranken attended Das Mrs. Van Vranken accompanied him to Story City, where she visited relatives. The a veterinary convention at Moines last week Monday. Rev. S. H. Ateti returned last week Wednesday from from Ambridge, Pa., where he was called by the serious illness of his mother. He left her much Improved. Vivian, 0-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ward, has been ill with bronchial pneumonia. The ba- . . , Mrs. C. W. Patterson were hostesses. The Waynes Manns visited relatives at Thompson Saturday. Mrs. Mann's cousin, Cora Dahl, returned with them for a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoffman and Mrs. Chas. Hoffman, Donahue, visited at the W, J. Lockwood home last week Wednesday. Mn. and Mrs. G. C. Gidding-s and son Will were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Housour home in Algona. Paul Kriethe, Jr., Drake student, visited last Thursday to Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, p. J. Kriethe. Mrs. Maude Hanna attended " day. Elmer meeting of the Red Cross Seal chairman at Algona last week Tues- Hansen, who is working in a Gamble store at Lake City, spent Sunday with Burt reatives> Mrs. J. S. Volontine had her tonsils removed ait Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Nell Neilson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. Helen Witham, Volga City, visited last Thursday to Sunday with her friend, Florence Stow. The W. J. Lockwoods were Sunday dinner guests at the Otis Sanders home in Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lockwood, Hardy, visited Saturday at the W. J. Lockwood home. The Mite society held a bake sale at the cream station last Saturday afternoon. Thte Martin Larsens gave a skating party at their home last Thursday evening. Howard Watkins went to Jackson Minn., Monday, where he will work in a bakery. The Fortnightly club met last week Tuesday afternoon at Mrs R. S. John's. Katherine Manus, who teaches 20 near Lu Verne, spent tho week-end ? econ d .teams, and iLakota was de- at home. feated in both. Among Lakota pu- The Birthday Circle will meet this ?" S ^"^17? , Doro , th y C [ em ~ afternoon at Mrs. H. s Van Vran- ^' who attended school here ken's. whe « her father worked for the Gorge Carroll has been confined to his bed by Illness for several days. Buelah Gifford has been quite sick with the yellow jaundice. LEGAL NOTICES IN EQUITY NO. 12383. NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION TO SELL CERTAIN REAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. •County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To All Persons Interested in the 'Receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of 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 County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he he authorized to sell ILots Seven (7), Eight (8), and Nine (9), in Block One (1), Lute A. T. Stacy's Addition to the Town of Algona, Iowa, to William O. Ludwig, of Algona, Iowa, for the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00) according ,to the terms and conditions of a certain Contract of Sale attached to said An- phcation and to which Application you are referred for further par ticulars. You are further notified that the hearing on said Application will be had at the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 7th. day of February, 1934, at two o clock p. m., of said day, at which itime you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an Order should not be entered au tnommg the sale of said real estate. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings- Bank, Algona, Iowa. By HABRY V. HULL, Examiner in Charge "Funeral services were conducted at the local Lutheran church last week Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. H. W. Schoenlein, pastor, and burial was made in the German Lutheran cemetery east of Titonka. Larsons Are 25 Tears Wed— L. B. -Larson relatives took him and his wife by surprise Sunday in honor of ithe Larsons' silver wedding anniversary. The guests brought dinner and presented table linen and a coffee percolator to the Larsons. Attending: the Andrew Davisons, Ringsted; the J. H. Zan- kes, Burt; the Horace /Schencks, the Miller Nelsons, George Nelson; the Oscar Blanchards, Burt; the Martin Nelsons and John Ericson, Crystal Lake; the Raymond, George, and Amos Bonackers, and Mrs. Cassie Bonacker. Lnkotans Lose to Indians— There were basketball games in the high school gymnasium here last week Tuesday night between the Lakota and Titonka first and Topic. Dorothy is now a senior al Lakota. wftere her father is editor of the (Record. Methodist Organizations Meet— The Home Guards met at Mar- Jorie Peterson's Sunday. Attending: 'Doris and Marion Krantz, Hope, Dwayne, and Jean Faul, Forrest Hansen, Paul Gartner, Betty Kollasch, and La Vonne Oesterreicher. The Queen Esthers Met at Patricia Ball's Saturday night, Clarice Falk, Carol tReaser, Faith Faul, 'Ferne Oesterreicher, and Lela Zweifel in attendance. The girls pulled taffy. Radio Party Held Friday A Legion Auxiliary radio party and work meeting was held at Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe's Friday, with the Community Service division in charge. This division consists of Mrs. Ubbe Winter, Jessie Falk, Mrs. Irene Higgins, Mattie Beenken, and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, the latter chairman. A quilt was made, and carpet rags were torn. Twenty women attended. 'arties Honor Two Birthdays— A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. H. A. French Saturday night. Attending: Mesdameg M. S. Craven, iLee O. Wolfe, Homer Downs, R. C. Ball, Harry Seed, An- Irew Peterson, and (Ray Budlong. Another surprise birthday party honored Mrs. Elmer Peterson last week Wednesday night at James Breen's. Farewells for the OPannkuks— A surprise farewell was given for Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk •Friday night at William Peterson's. Mrs. Carl F. Callies gave another farewell party for the Pannkuks and if he does not come down with the disease he will shortly re> sume teaching) Farmer is Now Baker— H. L. Watkins, farming -west of itown during the past lew years, recently quit farming and moved to Jackson, Minn., where he entered the bakery business. Faul to Methodist Conference—' The Rev. iFremont Faul drove to Storm Lake Monday to attend a religious educational meeting that day and Tuesday. Case of Mumps Reported— Ardith, only daughter of Mrs. last week Tuesday night. The Pannkuks will move March 1 to Austin, Minn.; where they will farm. They formerly ran a store here. Scarlet Fever at Hoon's— 'Supt. C. A. Hoon's children recently came down with scarlet fever, and the son Jack is out of school. Mr. Hoon is now keeping house by himself in iis garage Hazel Nauman, has been missing school of late because! of an attack of mumps. Lutyher Disney is Benedick- Luther Disney, who formerly worked for Raymond Krantz, was married a week ago Saturday at Nashua. Other Titonka News. The Raymond Bonackers, the Rex Austins, the Guy iBruns family, the Ferdie iSchrams, and the Horace Schencks attended a county loint Legion-Auxiliary meeting last week Wednesday night at Burt. Gladys (Bogges has been doing clerical work for Raymond Krantz, istockbuyer, who is required ;by the hog program to report all his purchases and sales for /the last two years. Berbha Gardner, Marvin Grebe, and Robert Vasey, all of Graettinger, spent Sunday with Edith Gardner, also Graettinger, employed at Theodore Dunmire's. Eric Davidson, who had been at L. B. Larson's three weeks, meanwhile working for the Standard Oil company, left one day last week for Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk spent Sunday with their daughter Marguerite, in nurses' 'training at Mason City. A girl, second daughter, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dunmire last week Tuesday. FARMERS, ATTENTION! Tell your Windmill Troubles to H. L. WALSH Lone Rock, Iowa 81 years experience. Phone 505 \ / "A Specialized Insurance Serrlce" — THE— ALGOXA INSURANCE AGENCY C. B. La Barre Low Rates-.Qnick Claim Settlements Surety Bonds • Loans • Investments Phone 55 1st Door North of Iowa State Bank — !^^^5 \ When In need of glasiei h»ye your eyes thoroughly examined. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Io; Everything in Living Room, Dining Room - Bed Room Suites Rugs and Linoleums—Priced to Suit the Most Conservative Buyers Axminster Rugs 9x12, $19.50 and up. Inlaid Linoleum $1 a yard 2-piece Living Room Suite $49.50 3-piece Bedroom Suite $42.50 Shop around first then you will know what you can save! FOSTER'S FURNITURE CO. Free Truck Delivery. Small P. yme », hold. good, for later delivery. A CHANGE IN NAME- SiKyM ' 8RulM1 ^^^ ^^ ^^ ™* ™ l ™ 1 ••••! After twenty years putting the word "H UB" Knrf ?H? ng th °V 8ands of dollars in the last Years BARRY'S A, BARRY, Proprietor

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