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PAGE six KOSSUTtt COttNTt ADVANCE). ALQONA. IOWA 68 Attend Annual Father's Banquet at Fenton DADS AND SONS, mm, HOLD Dining Room Wreckage Fenton, Feb. 13—The annual Dad's rtuy night, sponsored by the j local 'Legion post, was observed j ilast week Monday night at the Legion rooms, with GS persons attending. A Mr. Uisk-y, Emmctsburg, spoke on COOIK-I iitioii i" Legion work oh-| Jectivw, particularly the Legion's| Four Point program now before . Congress. In connection he gave; facts about veterans' compensation. I Following this address, W. H., Wolfe, local post commander and. toastnuistiT, called for impromptu; remarks, and Dr. S. W. Meyer, Dr.; J. A. Mueller, and Supt. M. E. Ot-j terness responded. The local .post, was credited for many civic accom- j plishmcnts. , | Arnold Kuecker and Raymond, Tietz gave musical selections be-j fore and after the program, and an oyster supper was served. your-H Club Has Program— The Fenaon Forward 4-H club met a week ago Saturday with •Marjorie and Donna Jean Bailey. The club project this year is canning. The club lias accepted an invitation to contribute to the March iPTA program. At the Saturday meeting the program was: History of Canning, Lorena Dreyer; Canning •Equipment, Alice Dreyer; Why Can? Marjorie Bailey; music, June Weisbrod. Marie Miller, former club member, now at the Hamilton business college, Mason City, signed a membership card for the coming year. The next meeting will be at "Wilbert Holldorf s February 24, with Clara Gramenz as hostess. Farewells for the Jentzes— The Walter Jentzes were plet-s- antly sur-urised by neighbors last week Tuesday evening. The evening was spent at 500, and the Jentzes were presented with a bridge lamp. Last Thursday evening relatives surprised them and presented them with a coffee dripper and an electric toaster. Last week Wednesday Mrs. Jentz was honor guest at a surprise party at St. John's church sponsored by the Lutheran Aid, and she received an electric flat-iron. The Jentzes will move soon to a new home in Graettinger, where they will operate a lunch room. PTA Hears "Gre«n Pastures"— The (P. T. A. met last week Wednesday in the high school auditorium, and Dr. J. A. Mueller read the play, Green Pastures. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod sang Negro Spirituals in keeping with the reading. The boys' glee club sang, and hostesses were Marjorie Bailey and the Mesdames O. H. Graham, F. H. Bohn, (Dorothy Gerhard, C. G. Humphrey, Grace Gibbons, H. C. Lindsey, and H. H. Widdel. Boy Scout Question Up— At a recent meeting ol the Community club at the Legion rooms 11 new members were received. Refreshments will be .served at future meetings. C. H. Geronsin, Editor J. A. Schwartz, and E. C. Fauerby were appointed a committee to investigate sentiment on organization of a boy scout troop. Methodist Standard Bearers Meet— The Standard Bearers met at tihe Methodist church last week Monday night, Florence Barton in charge of the study .book, assisted by Ardis Voiglit and Gladys Stoeber. Margie Kleinheksal 'had charge of the social hour. Hostesses were June and Isabelle Weisbrod. Other Fenton News Among 1 teachers and students who spent the week-end with the home folks were: Edith Laage, teaching at Cedar Rapids; Karl Schwartz, student at Coe; Elvira Kraus, teaching at Garner; August Krause, student at Ames; Irene Newel, teaching at Belmond. Harold Geronsin was here from a CCC camp at Bldora. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe was hostess to two tables of bridge last week Monday evening. Mrs. H. H Widdel won the high score; Mrs F. H. Eigler, low. Other guests were Mary Jane Eigler and the Mesdames J. A. Mueller, G. W Newel, J. H. Reeder, and F. P Newel. The H. ;H. Widdels entertained a. •bridge Friday evening. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames George Jen sen and John Andreason, Ringsted Henry Looft and Millen Jensen Seneca. George Jensen won high score; Mrs. Millen Jensen, a trave prize. The H. J. Reeders, the Ray Stoe bers, the Dr. S. W. Meyers, and Harold and Elma Krueger wen dinner guests at Clarence Thees field's Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager enter tained their bridge club last Thurs day evening. Mrs. O. H. Graham won the high score; Editor J. A Schwartz, low. The Marian Losses, Lake City spent .Sunday at the Rev. J. T Snyder's. Mrs. J. A. Mueller spen the week-end at Supt. H. A. Rey man's, Seneca. Airs. A. J. Krause, Mrs. Everet Dreyer, and Mrs. Richard Henge attended a quilting party at Mrs Alfred 'Schmidt's, Lone (Rock, las Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad ha a visit from their daughters, Mr: Lulu Knudson, Estherville, an Mrs. Attle Sgorstorn, Minneapolis from last Thursday till Monday. The Mesdames Ringsdorf, Hold ing, Graham, and Le Roy and Wil liam Boettcher, all of Burt, attend ed a quilting party at Mrs. E. C Weisbrod's Saturday. The Clarence Theesfelds and th H. J. Reeders were dinner guesl of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyers las week Wednesday evening. Viola Theesfeld, of Armstrong came last week Monday for a wee •at her brother Clarence Thees feld's. Mrs. W. C. Stamer was hostess t the Lutheran Aid last wee Wednesday at the church. —Courtesy Des Moines Regositer, T HIS SOFA, WHICH WAS LOCATED in the dining room, was slashed through the middle Tiy the bandits, in belief that money had been hidden within. The covering and upholstering were cut clear to the springs, and heaped on the floor. Other furniture, including over-stuffed chairs, was similarly treated. The Robinsons were tied up in this room. Bancroft Mrs. Merwyn Holding- eiitertiain- l at tour tables of bridge alt her omo last Thursday evening. Mrs. H. Foth and Isabelle Sounders on tho high scores, Clara Nem- iers low. Mrs. A. W. Kennedy drew le cut prize. A fine crowd attended a card par. T and dance at the Foreater hall ust week Wednesday evening-. Mrs. . H. Fuchs and Ray Welp won 'high t bridge, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank oth low. 13sther Schiltz and John import won high at BOO, and Mrs. :. K. Lamp omd Erwln. Ulses low. •Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brink, two lildren, and Emily Welp have been isiting at Mrs. j. H. Welp's Sr. Irs. Brink and Miss Welp are lugnters of Mrs. "Welp. The Brinks so visited E. H.'s father, Bernard rink Sr. The P. M. Schiltaea entertained Young Couple Married at Lotts Creek Church r. and Mrs, N. B. Schittz, Mr. and rs. Joseph Raiie, Mr. arid Mrs.' eter Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Scholtes, nd Mr. and Mrs. William G-oche at inner Sunday. Marvel Drew left the local h,ospi- il Sunday. She was operated on the -eek before for appendicitis. Mrs. Leo Westiup, Eden. Valley, linn., is spending a month with iher is tor, Mrs. Lawrence Sandt, and er mother, Mrs. Martin Lange, Vesley. Mr. and Mrs. Sandt drove o Eden Valley and got her. The B. E. Champlins, Spirit Lake, pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. . Thies. Mrs. N. J. Schiltz left Friday for 2mery, S. D., called by word of the icknesa of her sister, Mrs. Mar- •arat Fox. Robert Quinn spent last week Yednesday, Thursday, Friday at )maha with his brother Tom. Theresa * Stelflug returned last veek Wednesday from. Odebolt, vhere she visited her sister, Mrs. 'os. Ziegman. She also visited anoith- •r sister, Mrs. Henry Swaller, at Vail Lake, Frank Lampe and two children ntertalned at five tables of 500 ast Thursday evening. Mrs. Joseph SLsbecker and Aloysius Rahe won he high scores and Mi's. William Vaske drew the cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Recker enter- .ned at ten tables of 500 Friday evening. Mrs. Matt Kramer and J Merrke won the high scores; Mrs. Wii'iam Vaske and Otto Vaske drew cut prizes: Mr. «.nd Mrs. John Bernhard entertained Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Powers, Lakota, Peter Wilhelmi son Gerald, daughter Elsie, and Mr and Mrs. George Diitsworth at din ier Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Brink enter- iiined at eight tables of 600 las' week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Joe Vaske and Rudolph Rahe won the high scores; Mrs. Aloysius Rahe and Ben Lampe drew cut prizes. The buttermakers and their wives in this district will meet in Ban crofit next week Thursday. Laura and Stanley Hatlestad Frost, Minn., visited Mrs. Vincent Lattimer last week Wednesday. Mrs Lattimer is .their sister. A large crowd attended a card par ty and basket 'Social a(t St. John': hall Sunday evening. Mrs. Franci: Bradley and Henry Ewalt won high at bridge; Mrs. H. K. Lampe Leander Vaske high at 500. Frank Droessler won a prize for buying th highest priced basket. Lotts Croe-k, Feb. 13—On afternoon at 1:30 at the Immanuel Lutheran porslnage Tiere took place ith marriage of Marie HJaock to Lie&He De.nton, Bancroft, the Rev. B. Faene officiating. The bride was gowned in vennil- lion red flait crepe, and the bridesmaid, Bessie Denton, sister of the bride groom, wore black and White crepe. Mr, Denton's attendant was Emil Haaok, brother of the bride. After the ceremony a reception was given at ithe home of the bride's parents, immediate relatives a.nd frfenda attending 1 . The new Mrs. Denton is a daughter of William Haack, east of Lotts Greek, and she attended the Lutheran and rural schools here, since vhich she 'had beer ait home wijth er father. Mr. Denton is the eon of [r. and Mrs. Smith Denton, near Bancroft. Earl Zweifel had to quit school Monday because he had scarlet lever. Fenton The Clarence "Wegeners visile from Friday till Sunday at C. O Bailey's, Rock Rapids. The E. C. "Weisbrods took Stan ley Munch to Decorah Sunday to at tend Luther college. The Carl Bberts, Whittemore spent Sunday at Frank Bailey's an Mrs. Chris Buske's. Dr. j. A. Mueller was a Chicag business visitor from Friday ti' early this week. Dr. J. T. Waite and John Weg ener were Sioux City business vis: tors Monday. Mrs. Paul Nemitz fell on ice an broke her right arm at the wris Saturday. The A. P. Petersons left earl, last week for Des Moines to visi relatives. The newlyweds will Bancroft. farm near Titonka TITONKA PTA HAS PROGRAM MONDAY NIGHT Titonka, Feb. 13—The P. T. A. met at the schoolhouse Monday Bight, and a founders day pageant was given by Mesdames Homer Downs, Fremont Faul, Ray Hansen Ray Oesterreicher, Mary Oestor- reicher, M. S. Craven, William Datt, Raymond Bonacker, Fred Wentz, and George Bonacker, and Twylah Hamstreet, Vivian Stott, Shirley and Paul Brims, and Lewis Oesterreicher. A solo was sung by William Schrani, and a song by the Mothers chorus). A birthday cake was sold, the money to be sent to the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. Hostesses were the teachers. Emma Fritz is Bride— Emma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fritz, will be married _ to Jerry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Heiko Boeckelman, church at 5 at P. the Lutheran m. this week Wednesday, the Rev. H. W. Schoenlein officiating. The bride will be dressed in white crepe and carry a bouquet of roses. (Best man will be Herman Fritz; bridesmaid, Anna Boeckelman, in blue crepe and carrying a bouquet of snapdragons. A -double-ring ceremony will 'be .performed, with Stella Rachut. dressed in yellow, as ring-bearer. Mrs. Herman (Rachut will play the wedding march. Hazel Miller Bridge Hostess- Hazel Miller entertained at young 'people's bridge iparty Saturday night, and attending were Vern and L'ewis Bacon, Mildred, Feme, and Harold Krantz, (Edithmae Budlong, Helen Beed, Wilbur and Kathryn Schram, John Welhousen, Barbara Ball, Merle Nauman, Loraine Peterson, Pauline Blakley, Gordon Nelson, Clear [Lake, iLeota Oesterreicher,-and Merwyn Hansen. (Prizes were won by Helen Beed, high, and Vern Bacon, low score. Surprise Honors Alice Budlong— A surprise birthday party was given in honor of Alice Budlong's llth birthday Saturday night, and attending were Hope and Faith Faul, (Rosemary Bacon, Geraldine Bruns, Patricia Ball, Verdene Boy- scar Kohlwes Family Leaves— Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes, Algona, moved her furniture Monday and she nd children, leave today for Ausin, Minn., where Oscar is employ- d. They rented furnished apart- •nents there and stored their own urniture at the John Kohlwes home acre. for the' Jenlzcs— The Mai-tin and Arnold Meyers and Willam Meyer attended a fare- veil party Friday ©vening for the Valter Jentzes who recently pur- .haeed the Lauvttzen. cafe at Graet- inger and will move .there soon. Elsie Meyer Is Recovering— Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Meyer have eeeived word tha,t their daugh.ter Slflie who is wth the other 'Meyer daughter, Mrs. Irene Peter, Cherokee, Okla,, Is recovering her hdalth. 'arish Night Tomorrow Night— Parish Night will be observed this veek Friday evening at (the Luther- school, hall. Noah Reisner, W. H. Meyer, and Nick Gengler will be eru ertaining committee. •astor's Wife Has Recovered— Mrs. E. Flenc attended church services for the first time Sunday since December 3, when ehe fell sick with a nervous breakdown. Lenten Sen-Ices Are Begun— Lenten services will be held this iveek Wednesday evening, Ash Wed- leaday, at 8 o'clock and next week Thursday morning at 10. Other Lotts Creek. Mrs. Walter Qenrich, Lu Verne, and her daughter Esther spent last ,veek at William Wetzel's, helping put up meat. Mrs. Genrich and the other two children, Anna and Johnny, came Sunday, and Mrs. Genrich and Esther went home with them. Mrs. Albert Potratz has been ajt Whtttemore since Saturday, caring for her daughter, Mrs, Edward Maiahs, who gave birth to a girl Sat- m-day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Maajha to operate the Siromberg' hatchery at Whlttemore. The Aid met Friday; Mrs. Harold Smith, hostess, assisted by Elsie Kohlwes. Visitor's were Julluls Will, Mrs. Robert Dreyer, and Olivia Kressln. Nick Gengler and Herman Zumach went to Dos Moines last week Monday to attened a Briardale meeting, returning Wednesday. Mr. and Mils. Gust Haack helped Mrs. William Bierstedt, Burt, with butchering Monday Mrs. Haaok and Mrs. Bierstedt are sisters. Mrs. August Pijahn attended an Aid meeting ait 'Whittemore last Thursday. Mrs. Lawrence Pertl was one of the hostesses. A good many from here attended a recent play, Old Fashioned Mother, at the Luthterain school hall ait Whittemore. Loretta Meyer has been working at W,. H. Meyer's, and Edna Potratz at William Fuerstenau's. Young folks attended a party given by Audrton Culbertson. at Charles Culbertson'a recently. Arthur Leudtke fell (through Ice while he was fishing orie day last week at High. Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Coonie, gave a COO party Monday evening. A party was givevn Sunday evening at Fred Haack's, baskets being taken, by gucata. Alice Gartner and Charles ken > Jacqueline Calhes, Betty Ko- Kerscheval, of Rowan, spent the ^ash, Junior de Vnes, (Robert Bud- week-end with the L. G. Gartners, lon /> Raymond and Arnold _ Rick- and Vance Reibsamen and Ruth leffs, and Forrest Hansen. Alice re- Gartner took them home Sunday ceived many gifts, night. Blanche and Bradford Buffington entertained their bridge club last week Tuesday night, and Myrtle Ama won high score, Donald Bacon low. Russell Kuchenreuther re-entered school Monday, after two months o£ looking after farm work for'his father, who had an operation. William Schram and Raymond Krantz shipped stock to Chicago a few days ago and accompanied the shipment on the stock train. Mrs. Frances Budlong and Edith Dorcas S. S. Class Meets- Mrs. Fremont Faul was hostess to the Methodist Dorcas Sunday school class Friday, and attending were Mesdames Ray Oesterreicher John Pink, iL. C. Heifner, John Boeckelman, Fred Jennings, Martin Larson, J. E. Kiel, !Lee O. Wolfe Charles. Phedps, William Peterson and Ray Hansen. A potluck din ner was provided by the guests. Titonka Bogs Win Prizes- Mrs. (R. C. (Ball, daughters Patty and Barbara, Mrs. Homer Downs and Hazel Budlong came from and the latter's son Dick drove t Hampton for the week-end with Algona Saturday and entered dog< relatives here. .in a Call theater contest. Th Magdalene Sartor, teaching at Downs dog won a prize as pretties Magnolia, spent the week-end with' dog, and the (Ball dog a prize fo her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Pierre (smartest dog. Sartor. | Mrs. S. J. de Vries, who had Another Scarlet Feyer Case- coached dramatic .pupils at Sanborn j Barley, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B two weeks, came home (Friday. parson, cam'e down with scarle The Virgil Pendergasts, Betty fever Monday. He was working in Kokash, and Mrs. Jay Budlong Standard Oil station, and his fath spent Sunday at Mason City. The iR. L. Krantz son Clifford, er is substituting. The family be- quarantined, Roger Larson no. OMCE TO WIA AND In the District Court of loWa, ift nd tot Kossuth County. ». W. Bates. Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, Cossuith County State (dank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. gUIltl) J.U VVtl( i/c*.wi »«»•«»• ^ 'o all (Depositors and Creditors of the "Kossuth 'County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that here is now on file in the officd f the Clerk of the District Court f Kossuth County, Iowa, the Ap* jlication of D. W. Bates, Superin- endent of Banking of the 'State of owa, as Receiver of the Kossuth Sounty State Bank, Algona, Iowa, sking that he be authorized to sell is undivided one-half (%) interest n Lots Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten 10), Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), A\ in Clock Four (4) of the Orig- nal Plat of Corwith, Iowa, to the .Blmer Wilson Post No. 229 of the American (Legion of Corwith, Iowa, or the sum of Seven Hundred Fif- y Dollars ($760.00) according to he terms set out in said Applica- ion, to which you are referred for urther particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on eaid Application will be lad at the Courthouse in Algona, tossuth county, Iowa, on the 28th. day of February, 1934, at two o'clock p. m., of said day, at which ;ime you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an Order should not be entered au- flt tiffi f»te ,6* «i|fct |*f cent from Deccmlwf first, 1938, «» dttt fltftetflf, Algfrni Bfltfd* ing and Loan Aasoitfalfon M £ol« tows: ,. ' • ' , $824.87, as fcalaiice du« on one certain written.', promissory 1 note •dated the 26th day of April, 1929. signed by Paul Fechner and Minni Fechner, payable to Algona,Build* ing and Loan Association, in monthly installments as therein provided. , . , $7.64 as amount due for advancement made by plaintiff for insurance premium of $7.'25 advanced on or about May 2,1933. $6.00 as amount due for advancement made by •plaintiff for continuation of abstract of title preparatory to foreclosure. . • Said petition further asking as against each and all of the defendants to this action the'foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage given to secure the notd herein described, dated the 2frth day of April, 1929, signed by Paul Fechner and Minni Fechner, and covering the premises described as: horizing said sale D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as [Receiver of the Kossuth County State iBank, Atgona, Iowa. By HARRY V. HULL, 22*23 Examiner in Charge. AN ACT To invest the Auditor of State •with power to authorize Treasurers of any taxing district or political sub-division in. certain instances to discontinue the carrying of certain items of account on the books of his office, and to apportion certain losses in public revenues among funds in bands of the Treasurers. Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa: Section 1. When, prior to the repeal of sections seventy-four hundred four (7404) and seventy-four hundred five (7405), Code, 1924, and amendments thereto, the treasurer of any taxing district or political sub-division has deposited public funds in accordance to said sections and amendments, and when, by reason of the insolvency of such depository and of the sureties on the depository ,bond, said funds or a part thereof have been wholly lost, the .auditor of state may authorize the said treasurer to discontinue the carrying of said amount on the books of bis office, and in such case the loss shall be equitably apportioned by the auditor of state among the several funds in hands of the treasurers. Sec. 2. This act, being deemed of immediate importance, shall be in full force and effect trom an after its publication in two newspapers of this state, as provided by law. OEO. E. MILLER, Speaker of the House •N. G, KRAQCHEL, President of the Senate. I hereby certify that this Bill originated in the House and is known as House File No. 235, Extra Session. VIRGIL LEKIN, Chief Clerk of the House Approved 'February 6, A. D., 1934 CLYDE L. HERRING, Governor. 22 The East One Third of Seven (7), and West One Third of Lot Eight (8), Block Two Hundred Twenty-six (226), of CaW's Addition to Algona, Iowa, and asking that the judgment entered in this cause may be decreed to be a lien upon the mortgaged (premises from the date of said mortgage, and.that all right, title, interest, lien and claim of each and all of the above named defendants in and to said mortgaged premises be decreed to be junior and inferior to the lien of plaintiff's mortgage and Judgment; that the equity of redemption of each and all of said defendants, in and to said mortgaged premises toe forever barred and foreclosed, and that a Special Execution issue for the sale of said .premises, and that said premises be sold at special execution sale, and that on and after the date of sale, all right, title and interest of the defendants, and each f them, in and-to said mortgaged jremises be forever barred and oreclosed, except such rights of re- em pti on as are expressly reserved >y 'law, and that if any part of said mortgaged premises fbe sold undei his decree and not redeemed within one year from the date of sale that a Writ of Possession issue under the seal of this Court directed to the Sheriff of this County,, commanding him to put the purchaser under this foreclosure in possession thereof. Said petition' further asking thai a Receiver be appointed to take immediate possession of the moit- ;aged premises, to rent same dur- ng the period of redemption al- owed • by law, with authority to collect all rents, profits and income accruing therefrom, and to apply same, after first deducting costs and expensea, of said receivership, upon the taxes accruing on said premises, insurance, necessary re- lairs, and upon the indebtedness- secured .by plaintiff's mortgage. And asking for the costs of this action, including attorney's fees, and for such other and further relief as shall be just and equitable. No personal judgment is asked against any of the defendants, except the defendant Minni Fechner. For further particulars see petition now on file. NOW, unless you appear thereto ind defend on or before noon ol Jie second day of the next term ol said Court, being the April, 1934, term thereof, to be begun and held at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, in said county, commencing on April 2nd, 1934, default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of eaid petition. VlAiN NESS & 8THLLMAN, 22-J25 Attorneys for Plaintiff, who attends college at Ames, spent brother of Harley, is out. of school. the week-end at home. The iRobert Moores will move into the house vacated by the Amos Kromingas. Myrtle Ama Wins Watch— Myrtle Ama won a 15-Jewel watch given away Friday night The Boy Scouts met Saturday at! by Jolln Blelch for the most votes the Legion hall, with Rev. Fremont as P°P ul ar girl at dances here. El- Faul as leader. Vlna Danielson, Titonka, was third. Henry Swalves. Gorden Nelaon, Clear Lake, spent Saturday and Sunday Pauline Blakley. Last week Monday farmers here met at the I. 0. O. F. hall to sign corn-hog contracts, and more than The John Hansens, Cylinder, with 99 per cent 0 ^ the. fanners of Buffalo township have now signed up. spent Sunday at the Rev. Schoenlein's. H. W. The Guy Bruns family and Mrs. Horace Schenck were at Britt Friday night. The Oscar Blanchards, of Burt, formerly Titonka, spent Friday night here. Violet 'Slack, Burt, has spent a few days at Boy Budlong's, south of town. M. S. Craven was reported critically sick Monday. Chester Thomas Again Bereaved— Chester Thomas's mother died one day last week at Gary, S. D. He also lost his father two weeks ago. Chester has been living at Titonka during the last few years. Four Corners The P. C. Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday wit!h Mrs. Maud Robinson, and ifche opening song was Columbia, Gem of the Ocean. Roll call was answered -with quotations from Lincoln. Two vocal •solos were given by Lucille Rich, and a paper, The Harbor and Ellis Island, was read by Mrs. Ida Nick- •erson. A vocal solo was given by Altee Ditsworth, and the closing song was Church in .the Wdldwood. There were '26 members and four visitors present William Rich, William Drayton, Clen Sabin, Edith Rich, and Elsie LAndeman left for De Kalb., Ill,, last week Tuesday evening, called by the death of -Henry Groves, brojtlier- in-law of Mrs. Edith Rich. Mrs. Rich stayed with her slater, and the others got home Sunday night. Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mr». Leslie Walker, who had a nine day vacation, wen(t back to work Sunday evening, she is a student nurse at St. Luke's hospital, Chicago. L. j. Lowman and his -brother George, Oolfax, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, sons Perry and Cecil, and Lyle and Arthur Alexander, Mr. and Mrs J. p. Nickenson, Ralph Witiiam, and the Everett Wiithama were visitors at Louis Lowman's Jr. a week ago Sunday. Several Four Corners young folks •spent Sunday afternoon, skating at Whittemore. L. J. Lowman and his brother George left for Oolfax, 111., Monday. L. J. Lowman -lias been spending the winter •with Gorge iand relatives there. He intends to come back in April. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP SHEBIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from -the Clerk ol the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 15th day of December, 1933, in favor ot Ellen A. Packard, as Executrix of the Estate of H. B. (Packard, deceased, as plaintiff, and against W. H. Martin and Susie (F. Martin, as defendants, for the eum of Twenty-six Thousand (Five Hundred Ninety-seven and 69/100 ($26597.59) Dollars and costs, taxed at Three Hundred Twenty-three and 57/100 ($323.57) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said W. H. Martin and Susie F. Martin, Earl M. Anderson, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit- The ORIGDTAiL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. Apri ^934, term. Algona Building and Loan Associa tion, Algona, Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Minni (Fechner, Emyl Fechner and Mrs. Emyl Fechner, his wife; l«na Trauger (sometimes known as Helene E. Trauger) and T. A Trauger, her husband; Minn Fechner as executrix of the eS' tate of Paul Fechner, deceased; Kossuth County, Iowa; C. H Oretzmeyer; D. W. Bates, Superintendent of (Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Verne State Bank, flLu Verne Iowa,; P. V. Janse; Haggard & Waller; Paul Trauger and Mrs Paul Trauger, his wife. Defendants. To BmyJ Fechner: You are hereby notified tha there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Koasuth coun ty, the ^petition of Algona Building & Loan association, A'lgona, Iowa in the above entitled cause of action, claiming of the defendant Minni 'Fechner, personal Judgmen an the aggregate sum of Eigh Hundred Thirty-eight and 41/100 Dollars (1888.41), with interes 5 me - half CB%) of Section Thirty-three (33) in Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the Fifth P. M. in Kossuth county, Iowa- and I will proceed to sell eaid property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy aaW execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, &• tie highest bidder, for cash. 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