Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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PAGE six KOSSttf tt COUNTY AflVANCfl. ALQOfrA, IOWA Two Ledyard Couples Are Married OPAL DORSET IS BRIDE OF WM, KNONER Ledyard Feb. 20—A wedding of much intcreslt to the community took place last week Wednesday when Opal Dorsey became the bride of Win. Knoner. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Stock at 'Fairmont, Minn., in the parsonage. Tlio young couple left immediately Cor Bancroft, Wis., to visit at tho homo of the bride's sister. They will be at romo on the August Knoner ftinu south of town after March ttet. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dorsey of Grant and for tho past three years has been as- tedsting at the. D. A. Carpenter home. Mr. Knoner Is the youngest ison of Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner and for the last few years has been fanning with his father. The young couple have a host of friends who wish them 'happiness and success. A pretty wedding took place ait .tho Sacred Hoart church last week Monday morning when Mary Margaret Sonnott became the bride of John C. Doocey. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Falther Sturm. Tho couple was attended by Mr. and Mi's. M. G. Baker. The bride is a daughter of Mr. a.nd Mrs. M. J. Bennett of Waverly and the bridegroom has been a fanner in this vicinity for many years. In the evening a reception was held in thedr home. Valentine Card Party Given— Janice Wlllams and William Wiemer entertained ait bridge at the L. W. Wiemer home last week Wednesday night. High score was won by 'Frank Moulton and low by A. E. Lauritzen. A lovely lunoh, carrying out the valentine idea was served late in the evening. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson, Mr. and Mi's. A. E. Lauritzon, Mr. and Mi's. L. W. Wiemer, V. A. Bai'rcftt, Harold Gin.nm.-r, Elvin Carpenter, F. Moult on Lawrence Pingle, Juanita Underkot'ler, Alice Dunham, Norma Kelly, Marjorio Stranahan, Ruth Jones Adelaide Randall, Genevicve Kitley, and Barbara Wylam. Mrs. John Fuhrman, 73, Is Honored at St. Joe Party .St. Joe, Feb. 20—A number ot wo. men gathered at Susan Naber's las' \vock Tuesday, and thence proceed ed to Mrs. John Furhtnan's to sur prise her in honor ot 'her 73rd blrtih- Oay, which fell on ;the following day February 34. She* was B'iven n, house plant as a remembrance. The afternoon was spent a.t two 'tables of >3 Ijimoh included a big 1 birthday cake and ice cream, served by the hostess, .Mrs. Charles FlaMie, daujyhtei of tho Furhmans, and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrman, daug-htcr-ln-law. OUiei present were. Mrs. Maltt Fabe-r, daughter Arlene, Mrs. Peter Schmlt, Susan Niiber, Mi-s. M. Hanifan, Mrs. Tom Devlne, Eva KrpekUngr, Mrs. William Hammer, and the lotto's •son Herbert. Tom Dcvino Ijoscs Aunt— Tom Devine received word last week from Sioux Falls of the death of an aunit, Mrs. Mike Buckley, a.t the home of a daughter. Mix*. Buckley, a former Livemiore resident, was in her 70th year. Funeral services were held at the Sacred Heart church, Livermore, last week Tuesday, Father Costello, officiating-, and Interment was made in the Livermore cemetery beside tihe grave of her huslxind. A number from this vicimitv attended the funeral. Fare«-cll for Mrs. Dcvhic— The Friendly club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Anton Becker. The club presented Mrs. Jack Devine, member, with a quilt. She will leave the neighborhood March 1 for a farm near Garner. Dora Ililhcrt Has Operation— Word was received Saturday that Dora Hllbort, employed at Pocn.hon- tas, 'had undergone an operation for mastoidltis at Ithe Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday. She is impTov- ing. Edward Kollnnr Una Relapse— Edward Kellner, who has been sick from tho flu and complications a few weeks, but was convalescing, sufferdo a relapse, and Is now In critical condition. Other St. Joe. Lenten devotions this year at Sit. Joseph's will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock and Friday even- FENTON HI'S DECLARERS IN CONTEST Fenton, iFeb. 20—The final local declamatory contest was held last Thursday night and winning con- ing at 7:30 unless otherwise am- nounced. Edward iBeclcor and a friend came from Jamestown, N. D., last week Wednesday to visit the former's par. enlts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker. Rose iBesch left Saturday for Des Afoines via train from Livermore, KUer concluding a short visit with •elaitives and friends ihere. The John Thuls and Mr. ami Mrs. Sylvester Wagner were Sunday visitors at Nick Eischen's, inder. near Cy- A number of St. Joe fanners alt- ended an Ed. Fitzgerald farm sale south of Livermore last Thursday. Kate Erpelding has been sick and er neice, Kathryn Erpelding, Whitemore, is helping with the work. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Furhman vnd Joe 'Schad spent one day laslt veek at Fort Dodge. Eleven to Lu Verne Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden, and the Mesdames J. Weinberger, Cecil Peterson, J. O'Keefe, A. Warner, W. E. Flynn Edward Halvorson, Henry Dyer, L. C. Strand, and August Sprank attended the funeral of W. B. Mason at Lu Verne last week Monday. Mrs. Barnes' Mother Side— Mrs. Albert Barnes spent several days Mrs. last week Erlckson, with her mother, Armstrong, Mrs. Erickson is critically ill with pneumonia. Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Loon worden visited her Friday afternoon. Parcel Post Snlo Today — Tho Methodist Aid meets Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Howard Mayne. A parcel post sale will be held and members are requested to bring a package to be sold for lOc. Everyone is cordially invited. Son f»r the Fred Loofts— Relatives here received word last we«Jt of the birth Friday of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft, Swea City, at a 'Bancroft hospital. This is their second son. ic Meetings Held— Special evangelistic meetings are being lie-Id this week In the Evangelical church under the direction of T. [Patterson and H. Gordon. Maynes 25 Years Wed — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday. Several relatives gathered to help them observe the day. Barretts Have First Child — Mr. and Mrs. V. A. 'Barrett are parents of a 7% lb. son born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital Algona. Other Lefl yard News. Mm A. E. Lauritzen, Marjorie Stanahan, Norma Kelly, Adelaide Randall and Ruth Jones attended a home talent production of Victor Herbert's opera., The Fortune Tell- PLUMB FAMILY, OF GOOD NOPE, GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY Good Hope, Feb. 20—Last week was one of unusual activities for Good Hope folks Wednesday evening there was a meeting' of the Men's Brotherhood at the Community Room; Thursday afternoon a number of wonen were I attendance at the Union township Mothers and Daughters club meeting alt Mrs. Chester [Bailey's: Friday evening was tho surprise party already mentioned at Fred Plumb's; a farewell parity for young people of the church •Milt Moore farm and are soon to move; a small neighborhood panty an tho Gutafson neighborhood; a party for the young people ot the at the Community room; and an elevator meeting which took a number of the men from the community to Hobarton. 'Saturday afternoon the staff of the Junior Sunday school class gave a party for pupils in the Community Room. Aside from these activities it was a quiet week! Mulileman Shows Moving Pictures— The affair in the Community Room Friday evening, February 9, consisting of quarterly conference, ithe serving of refreshments by the December birthday group, and the showing of moving pictures by Dist. Supit. Muhleman was a most satisfactory occasion. Doctor Muhleman first showed the Century of Progress films and at a request of the crowd also showed pictures of the Maine woods, which included wild animal life. In addition to these a film of wild life DREYER HERD HIGH IN NO, 1 JANUARY COW-TEST REPORT According to a report by Chester Benson, tester for the Kossuth No. 1 cow-testing association, A. A. Dreyer, one mile west of Lotts Creek, had the high herd and the two high cows in the association in January. Following is the average milk and butterfat production of the six high herds in the association for the month in question: A. A. Dreyer, 7 cows, 1227 Ibs. milk, 44.6 Ibs. fof. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, 2 miles S. E. of Fenton, 19 cows, 944 libs, milk, 34.9 Ibs. b. f. 'Breyer & Willrett, 3 miles S. B. of Fenton, 22 cows, 1015 Ibs. 'milk, 31.9 Ibs. b. f. J. M. Patterson, 5 miles south of Algona on No. 169, 30 cows, 972 Ibs. milk, 30.9. Ibs. to. f. Ralph Brown, south of Algona, 12 cows, 646 Ibs. milk, 30.6 Ibs. b. f. C. R. Schoby, 29 cows, 816 Ibs. mil, 30.2 Ibs. b. f. Cows producing more than 60 pounds of butterfat for the month were: testants were: Oratorical—(Life's 'Challenge to Dairy, owned 'by A. A. Dreyer 77.4. Old Black, owned by A. A. Dreyer, 71.7. Holstein, owned by Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, 66.5. gl Alice, owned by C. R. Schoby, The grain ration fed to the er, at Algona evening. last week Monday The Woman's Foreign Missionary isociety met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Mrs. Edward Knoner led the devotions and Mrs. F. O. Johnson led the lesson. A waffle supper was served by the hos- conservation as practiced in Iowa herd consisted of corn 200 Ibs was also shown. Doctor Muhleman oats, 100 Ibs.; bran 100 Ibfl • cot has a knack of choosing photograph tonseed meal, $160 Ibs. It looks as if it pays to feed a 'balanced ration, even at present itese. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke was ill last week with sinus trouble and under the care Yahnke ting with the housework. Mrs. Henry Gray, Baxter, and son of Dr. Somers. Evelyn Buffalo Center, is assis- Jake spent last week with daughter, Mrs. Glenn Behse. iher She •was also looking after property interests here. D. A. Carpenter and Edward Halvorson attended a hardware and well - drillers convention alt Des Moines last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pingle and eon moved last week Tuesday to the Henry Blome farm recently vacated by Herb Gangsitee. Mrs. Wm. Green and eon Ted, Mrs. J. T. Welfare and Mrs. Charles Hllferty were Fairmont callers last weel; Thiustiay. Miss Newton, a CWA nurse from Swea City, worked in the local school last week Tuesday and Wednesday. R. Green and Anton Anderson who [have been in camp at Thoiton, Arks, came home last Thursday. Bay Marquis, who is spending the winter at Jackson, Minn., spent the week-end witli liis father. W. B. Flynn, Roy Link and D. M. Mayer aittended a C.W.A. meeting lat Algona Sunday. Mildred Bargar, Jjakota, spent last \veek with, her slsiter, Mrs. Edward Kroner. Mr. George Dunn was a business visitor In Minneapolis last week Wednesday. Mrs. Cecil Peterson entertained the Sewing Circle last week Tuesday evening, Marvel Drew was brought home trom the Bancroft hospital last week Monday. Dale Estle was at Swea City last week helping hia sister and family move. Mre. L- O. Strand visited Algona Wednesday. subjects and scenes of interest to the average audience and enchances the pleasure of those seeing them by his own pleasure in showing them. Parties Honor the Plumbs— The high esteem In which Mi© F. Plumbs are held in the community is manifested by the generous manner in which they are being feted on the eve of their removal to a new home at Sexton. They were guests at Glen Jenkinson's a week ago Sunday and of tihe James Knolls and Mrs. William Treptow at William Rath's Sunday. Friday evening the Parent-Teachers group of which they are members arranged :i surpise farewell party for them at their home with appropriate program and recreation. Party at Orvflle Holdren' s— A group of the Good Hope young married set arranged a social evening for the Orville Holdrens at the Holdron farm home near Sexton a week ago Sunday. The Holdrens are wor(king under a satisfactory ar- rangment with the owner of the farm who lives at Sexton and who goes out from there to supervise and assist dn the work. Orville is an industrious, dependable worker, never long out of a job. Church to bo Redecorated— Plans are going forward for the decoration of the auditorium of the Good Hope church. This much need, ed improvement, deferred on account of economic conditions, will be made soon. Other Good Hope. "Bob" Harvey is getting around again carefully, after iten days in bed with an injured back. Mrs. Mame Steinman had electricity brought into her home and farm buildings last week. Mrs. R. A. Harvey attended an Eastern Star meeting ait Bancroft Friday. prices. with teacher, spent the week-end her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Black. Melvin Warren is doing general farm work at 'Dg White's dn Plum Creek. Mrs. iBarney Franikl, Mrs. Fred Geigel, and Mrs. Martin Becker will Youth, Lloyd Cornelius; Don't Give Up the Ship, Maynard Jentz; The News (Deal, 'Raymond Schmidt, who placed second; The (Flood of Years, Ardis Voight, who won first. Dramatic—The Music Master, Donna Jean Bailey; The 'First Judas, Virginia Frank, placing -second; The Blind Girl of Pompeii, Ruby Hantelman, who won first; The 'Clatter-Pate^Robert Schwartz; Tire Phantom Airplane, Isabelle Weisbrod. Humorous—The Widow's Mites, Charles Glaus; Der Deffel Oar, August Meyer, who placed second; Flaming Youth, Lyle Newel; Goodbye Sister, Gladys' Stoeber, who won first. A. violin trip was played by Hazel WeiSbrod, Ardis Voight, and Marie Fauerby, and piano duet by Evelyn Radig and Donna Jean Bailey. A brass quartet, Edward Lindsey, Gene Newel, Robert (Schwartz, and Rolin Geronsin, played two numbers while the audience awaited the decision. Mrs. McDonald, Emmetsburg, was critic judge. Farewell for the Nielsons— Legion Auxiliary members and husbands gave a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Karl Nielson, Ringsted, at the [Legion rooms Friday evening. The Nielsons are former 'Fenton residents. Five hundred was played at four tables. The Nielsons were presented with a card table. Guests included Messrs. and Mesdames W. R. Wolfe, E. C. Ohm, E. C. Fauerby, iH. H. Widdel, George Boettcher, and Fred McWherter, and O. H. Graham and C. Anderson. Club Studies Colonial Life— The Woman's club met at Hattie Weisbrod's .last week Tuesday, with Mrs. Emma Light assisting hostess. Eighteen members answered roll call with colonial incidents, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod reviewed 'Longfellow's Evangeline, Mrs. E. K. Johnson a paper on home life in colonial days, and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey one on Manners. Mrs. Will Miller, a club guest, sang two selections. Benefit Party is Planned— The Legion post and the Auxiliary unit met at the Legion rooms last week Monday evening, and plans were laid for a card benefit soon in charge of Messrs, and Mesdames O. H. Graham and H. H. Widdel. Mrs. O. H. Graham gave a talk on Lincoln, and refreshments were served by the host and host- Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors o the County Savings Bank, of A' gona, Iowa, and to Whom It Ma Concern; You are herefoy notified tha there is now on file in the office o bbe Clerk of tflie 'District Court Kossuth .county, Iowa, the applies tion of D. W. Bates, Superintend ent of Banking of the State Iowa, as Receiver of the Count Savings bank, Algona, Iowa, askin that he be authorized to join wit the other joint owners of the fo lowing described real estate, to wit: The Southeast Quarter ,of iSection One (1), in Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., except the right of way of the C. M. & St. P. iR. R. Co- situated in the County of Kossut and State of Iowa, in selling th same to IR. W. Caldwell, of Algona Iowa, for the sum of Fifty-si Hundred (Dollars ($5600.00), ac cording to the terms and condition set out in said application to whic you are referred for further par ticulars. You are further notified tftiat t hearing on said application will had at the Court House in A'lgona Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 28tl day of February, A. D. 1934, at 2 o'clock 'p. m., of said day, at which time you may appear and siho\v cause if any you (have why an or der should not be entered author izing said sale. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking o the State of Iowa, as Receiv er of the County Saving; iBank, Algona, Iowa. By HAlRlRY V. HULL, lExaniiner-in-Charge. 2; ess, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson. There were visitors Rock. from Lone NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution direct ed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossutb county Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 30th day of Jan nary, 1934, in favor of J. S. Crowell, as plaintiff, and against Viole Goeders and Anthony Goeders, as defendants, for the sum of Five Thousand Eight Hundred Nine ant 35/100 ($6809.35) Dollars and costs taxed at One Hundred Sixteen anc 64/100 ($116.64) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the .property of the said Violet Goeders and Anthony Goeders to satisfy said execution, to-wit: South half (6%) of the Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Eight (8) in Township Ninety-five (95) North of Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the be hostesses at a miscellaneous shower to be held at the Irvtfngton church annex Saturday in honor of Mrs. Oran Hudson, bride of Oils week. Old neighbors were happy to see airs. Geo. W- Godfrey and their son Dick at Algona Saturday afternoon' Mrs. Godfrey says both she and Mr Godfrey are enjoying work -to the uitmost. their new Two of this neighborhood's most popular young people, Elsie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel, and Oran, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Hudson, were married quietly Monday, attended by iEffie Egel, sister of the bride, and Everett Van Steenburg, cousin of the bridegroom After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to membem of the Immediate families at the Egel home, and in the evening the couple entertained at a wedding dance at the I. O. O. F. hall, Algona. The new Mrs. Hudson is a graduate of the Algona high school and has taught several years, The couple wll make their home at Bunt. Fenton irom .Uxst Week.] Point neighbors were shocked to hear Friday of Thursday night's robbery at C. C. Robinson's, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are the parents of Mrs. T. R. Pickard, now of Plum Creek, formerly of this neighborhood for many years. Mrs. Hekard spent the weekend with her parents while they recovered somewhat from (the effects of last week's ordeal. Irvington; Farm Bureau women met last week Wednesday with Mrs. R. H. Skilling. A good crowd attended and had a covered dish luncheon at noon. The lesson was given by Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A, This was Mrs. Leaverton's last township meeting, for she has resigned, effective March The C. 'L. Osborns were enter- amed 'Sunday by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod in honor of Mr. Weisbrod's birthday . Mrs. W. V. Yager was hostess to her bridge club Saturday. Mrs. O. H. Graham won the high score- 'Mrs. F. H. Eigler the consolation ' The A. W. Wilsons, Mrs. Chris Hanson, Mrs. Mary Olson, and Fred Mann, Peoria, 111., spent the weekend at G. W. Newel's. .The Walter Warners, Des Moines, visited last week-end with Mr Warner's parents, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Warner. The A. H. Krauses, the R. C Goetsohes, and Frank Bailey drove to Iowa Falls Sunday to visit the F. C. Baileys. The first contest of the state ser- here a £ ainst Bridge Party is Given- Mrs. J. T. Waite and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin were hostesses at seven tables of bridge at the latter's home last Thursday. Mrs. C. W. Lauritzen, Graettinger, guest of honor, was presented with a .prize. Mrs. F. H. Bohn won the high score, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey the travel prize. The iLauritzens will move to Glenwood, Calif., where Mr. Lauritzen's brother Henry resides. Valentine Party is Given— 'Marjorie Johnson was hostess at a valentine party Saturday. Guests were Lucille Bleekwenn, Mary Ann Bohn, .Dorothy and Lornetta Bruhn, Alberta Wiwi, Virginia and Marion aengel, Geneva Olson, and Doris •Bleckwenn. Aid Makes $20 on Dinner— The (East division of tihe Methodist Aid served a chicken dinner at the church last week Wednesday evening, and the proceeds netted more than $20. Two New Babies Here— A 9% lb. boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield -Friday, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller are parents of a 6-lb. girl, born last week Tuesday. Hospital Patient Home Again— Mrs. Alvin Zumadh; was brought home Friday from the General hospital, Algona, where she underwent a major operation recently, Boettcher High Trap-,Shooter— A trap-shoot was held here Sunday, and George Boettcher was high, with .23 out of 25. Another will be held next Sunday. Algonian Conducts Rummage Sale Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Algona, conducted a rummage sale at the A H. Krause store 'Friday and Saturday. Other Fenton News The W. E. Stoehers and Wilfred Stoeber went to Minneapolis Monday to attend a hardware conven- highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 5th day of March, 1934, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth 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. Dated this 3rd day of February, 1934. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. J. L. Bonar, Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-23 IN EQUITY NO. 18780 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB AUTHORITY TO SELL AND CONVEY CERTAIN REAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent of > and Stoebers and Frances Anderson were entertained at Oliver Stoeber's, Armstrong, Sunday. The F. H. Bohns were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bonn's brother, Tony Goeders, and his wife at Algona. The Clarence Wegeners spent Sunday with Mrs. Wegener's •parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Yager, Algona. The John Ulfers family spent Sunday with Mrs. Ulfers' parents f^i^ ™™ Gree ^; Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To all Depositors and Creditors of the Kossuth 'County State 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 Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell his undivided one-half (%) interest in Lots Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten (10), Eleven (11) and Twelve (12) all in Block Four (4) of the Original Plat of Corwith, Iowa, to the Elmer Wilson Post No. 229 of the American Legion of Corwith, Iowa for the sum of Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00) according to the terms 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 had at the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 28th day of February, 1934, at two ociock p. m., of said day, at which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an Order should not be entered au- of fowa, In and for KoaaUth conn* ty ( the .petition "of Algona Building & Loan association, Algoha, Iowa, in the above entitled ca'<se of ftc* tion, claiming of the defendant, Minni Fechner, personal Judgment in the aggregate sum of Eight Hundred Thirty-eight and 41/100 •Dollars ('$838.41), with interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent from December first, 1933, as justly due plaintfif, Algona Building and .Loan Association as follows: $824.87 as balance due on one certain written promissory note dated the 26th day of A-pril, 1929, signed by Paul Fechner and Minni Fechner, payable to Algona Building and Loan Association, in monthly installments as therein- provided. $7.54 as amount due for advancement made by plaintiff for insurance premium of $7.'26 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 ithis action the foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage given to secure the note herein described, dated the 26th day of April, 1929, signed by (Paul Fechner and Minni Fechner, and covering the premises described as: The East One Third of (Lot Seven (7), and West One Third of Lot Eight (8), Block Two Hundred Twenty-six (226), of Call'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 ito the lien of plaintiff's mort- age and Judgment; that the equity of redemption of each and all of said defendants, in and to said mortgaged premises toe forever jarred and foreclosed, and that a Special Execution issue for the sa!<J of said premises, and that said premises be sold at special execu- lon sale, and that on and after the date of sale, all right, title and interest of the defendants, and each of them, in and to said mortgaged ireinises he forever barred and foreclosed, except such rights of redemption as are expressly reserved by law, and that if any part of said mortgaged premises ibe sold under this _ 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 that a Receiver be appointed to take immediate possession of the mortgaged premises, to rent same dur- ng the period of redemption al- owed by law, with authority to ollect all rents, profits and income accruing therefrom, and to apply ame, after first deducting costs and expenses of said receivership, upon the taxes accruing on said premises, insurance, necessary re- airs, and upon the indebtedness ecured .by plaintiff's mortgage. And asking for the costs of this ction, including attorney's fees, nd for such other and further re- 'ef as shall be Just and equitable. No personal Judgment is asked gainst any of the defendants, ex- ept the defendant Minni Fechner. For further particulars see peti- on now on file. (NOW, unless you appear thereto nd defend on oa before noon of he second day of the next term of aid Court, being the April, 1934, erm thereof, to be begun and held t the Court House in Algona, owa, in said county, commencing n April 2nd, 1934, default will be ntered against you and Judgment endered thereon in accordance nth the prayer of eaid .petition. ViAN NESS & STIiLLMAN, 2 J 25 Attorneys for Plaintiff. ftfrts C W Green/ labo* *^ Western Union, service (time) ____ *^.^^ 0frtst Thiel, meter reading? Cresco-Uniort, sign light — It. ft. Addington et al, refund deposit ---- _-_*— u iR'y Express Agency, ex- .press ----------- ^__™ Kohlhaas A Spilles, mdse^ Geo. Hanson, labor and-re- Council Minutes Mrs " Ulfers till this week Saturday. The Harold Goetsches and Earl Osborn went to Hollandale last Thursday to visit Mrs. Goetsch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hansen W n,o Rock, Burt, Seneca, and Fenton Tony Goeders, Algona, was ' a Fenton business visitor last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Russel Chisms and Mrs. Wil- have ** _., j- „._ ^.-_*jj O f J.VA EMM; ttmf? i"C~ Mva T T /"M gned, effective March 1 , J> Oj8 °n, Spencer, spent Florence Black, Union. townaMp ^Ruske's** **' daUghter> Mrs> E " LEGAL NOTICES | Jn Ecmitr No. 12888 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOE AUTHOKITY TO 8EU TODJ. VIKKJ) INTEREST Df HEAL ESTATE. in the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossutn county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of SSff, ° f the State vs. County Savings Bank, thorizing said sale. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State .Bank, Algona, Iowa. By HARRY V. HULL, Examiner in Charge. 22-23 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kosauth county. April 1934, term. Algona Building and Loan Association, Algona, Iowa, Plaintiff. vs. Minni Fechner, Emyl Fechner and Mrs. Emyl Fechner, hia wife; Lena Trauger (sometimes known as Helene E. Trauger) and T A Trauger, her husband; Minni *echner as executrix of the estate of Paul Fechner, deceased- Koasuth County, Iowa; c7 H. Cretzmeyer; D. W. Bates, Superintendent ot Banking of the State o/ Iowa, as Receiver of the Lu Verne State Bank, Lu Verne, Iowa,; P. v. Janae; Haggard & Waller; Paul Trauger and I Paul Trauger, hi* To Esatf Fechner: You are hertby it ia now on t* ot tba Ctertc o* * notified that offie* ggg Algona, Iowa, January 25, 1934 City council met In regular session on this day at the city hall, an<1 among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary | 145,00 'Leo Bellock, salary 129.00 Walter Gorman, salary 120.00 Tom Halpin, salary 120.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary... 115.00 Bay Barton, salary 115.00 C C. Wright, salary 70.00 Adah Carlson, salary 125.00 Anaconda Wire & Cable - 171.45 Co., mdse. Forbes Petroleum Co., "gas and oil .283.34 Fortoes Petroleum Co., gas, oil 293 41 C. M. St. P. & pT~B 7 y,"' r fit on gas oil 359.53 Southern Minnesota Sup- 'Ply Co, mdse 37.50 N. A, Strand & Co., mdse._ 38 40 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co, mdse Petersen Roofing & iSup- .72 .ply Co, contract 625.00 Line Material Co., mdse _ 53 7« Crosby Steam Gage & Valve Co., mdse __ Graybar Electric Co., mdse General Electric Corp, mdse Supply West. Elec. & Mfg mdse. Fulton iron Works" mdae lectric Supply Malleable Iron \Rarige"co, mdse Co, Co." .65 130,30 23.17 26.88 5.69 72.95 179.00 Westinghouse E f e c"t ric Supply Co, mdse ------- 45 14.71 ------Standard Oil Co, gas and oil --------The Pritchard-ORichardson Co, mdse ----------- 668 92 Panama Carbon Co., mdw H. W. Post, frt. and dray. A. H. Borchardt .rndse. _ K. D. James, mdue, Pratt Electric Co., mdse" Pratt Electric Co.. mdBe." Ralph Blbert, repairs N. W. Bell Telephone Co'~ Joint use of poles Telephone" Co." A, A. Fisher, refund" Writ on *tov« .... oV a. 3.50 23.34 1.80 .65 32.67 20.95 1.65 «0.50 20.76 10.00 1.00 46.30 65.00 fie 'Laval Separator Co., nidse ~- ___ ------ — ------ RV'Tait, labor ---------- . Hi N. Kruse, tornado ins;_ WATtiR FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ^.^._ Frank Ostrum, salary — Harry Barton, salary ---Laura Mitchell, salary — Worthington-Gammon Meter Co., mdse _.—_—* Kennedy & Parsons Co,, mdse. ______ ; ---- __ — . — James B. Clow & iSons, mdse --------------- „_. Crane Co., mdse __ _____ . __ Neptune Meter Co. ( mdse_ Pittsburgh Des Moines Steel Co., on contract __ Clapp's . Master Service, repair — ; — _ — __„_, Tire Service Co, mdse. ___ F. S. Norton & Son, 'mdse J. J. Dooley, Recorder, fee Hugh Post et al, fr,, and dray ---------------Hugh Post et al, frt. and dray _______________ __ Qkelly Oil Co., gas and oil_ Earl Bowman, labor ______ Commonwealth Electric Co., mdse _____________ . Republic Flow Meters Co., mdse _ ____ __________ Buffalo Meter Co., mdse _ Leighton Supply -Co., mdse GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary _____ F. W. Green, dogs _______ H. A. Van Alstyne, salary. H. A. Van Alstyne, salary N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service _______ '. ________ Thos. Akre, rent __ _____ _ Jesse Lasttbrook, salary __ Jesse iLashbrook, salary __ , Willard Gregson, man and team ____________ 2.S 24.67 ,79 16.00 6.57 .98 10.40 3.75 110.00 114.68 65.00 116.00 110.00 95.00 9.86 .30 1119.58 41.68 ,000.00 n,,a Ounder, labor 0 ver Bakken, labor""" Oliver Bakken, labor Skelly Oil , W. 4»Mt~,~~frt;~"o~n"7,- phaltum _. ns ' 1Y> C. Bowman,~mdse Kent Motor Co., repairV" Edwin W. (Lusiby mdso "" /Harms Oil Co., md so ' ~" Harms Oil Co., mdse """" Deep Rock Oil Corp.,"and oil ' gas Ralph filbert, repairs J. JR. Cook, gas if 1 £:. Norton & S~o~nr~~~" I Kohlhaas & Spiiios Standard oil Co., a Bpna Geo. Hanaen, labor and 'pairs Willard •60 j team 3.76 'Oliver Bakken, labor .86 Geo. Ounder, labor ' 1.60 Frank 'Skilling, labor F. S. Norton & Son nul«^ 282.68 F.S. Norton & Ion', "I, " nt Eagle Iron Works, mdse. 24.83 Butterworth Truck ct if 16.63 frt. and dray ' ' 78.00 Botsfbrd Lumber "co.'mdse IR* nn Ge °-Hansen, labor and re- 156.00 .pair Kohlhaas & S^pilTesTmTlse' o 9.56 C. E. Chubb, engineering" 25.96 FTRJE FUND 11.98 C. C. Wright, salary -, nonn ^ elly Oil Co> ' gas and "oH 108.00 ' "* ' 3.00 " — —., QU.J «11U Ull Clapp's Master Service, repairs wiww £JtU4O * «. —— _»_ —— ^ 62.00 Crane Co., mdse. 66.00 3.25 10.42 75.00 30.00 13.80 ., . _ SWIMMING POOL'puvnl Oliver Bakken, labor ___ ' Willard Gregson, man and team FUND" Algona Military band, levy , C. F. SPBOHT, Mas Attest: ADAH CAiRLSON, Cl n Enjoy This Finer Quality SALAD TEA "Fresh from the Gardcm" If a boy likes a girl, that's his business— If a girl likes'a boy, that's her business— If you'd like a windmill, that's my.busine H. L. WALSH Lone Rock, Iowa 81 years experience. Phone PUBLIC SALE At the Riddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, cart of Northwe tracks SATURDAY, FEB. 24, AT 1 O'CLOCK SI On Saturday we will have our usual amount of live consoling of horses, cattle and a number of brood sows eome fall pigs. Three Spotted Poland China br ood sows due to farrow afc March 20, weighing about 300 Ibs. and vaccinated. with SA m / ry ^ of - a11 * inds> inc luding one Hayes corn pla with 80 roda of wire; one disc, one McConnick-Deering sep, tor one 16-ft. line abaft with pulleys; 4 incubators, '200 to! egg capacity; one 16-wheel disc. A lot of good chickens, all breeds. One .brooder house 10-ft. in diameter; gravel l>ox; Stei sheep shearing machine in good sdape; 4-barrel steel Hoosier endgate seeder; cedar posts and all kinds of w(« Another Job lot of repossessed furniture, consisting be^, to tchen cabinets, and other articles! Some harness and'other articles too numerous to mentioi] «rA S g * at £ ou haTe to • eu .«d buy what you want. If J are^looking for furniture or stock come and inake this Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for, C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer PHONE 7» ""** DO YOU WANT MORE HEAT FROM THE C(W THAT YOU BUY? "KING OP Al£ A c-arlotwl Just received, Order kindling with your coal, Four bundles delivered far One Dollar F.S. Norton & Soi

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