Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH ATWANGfl. ALQONA. IOWA THURSDAY, MAUOTT • Specials "Dad" Jenks, Well Known Led^ardjyjanJDies Suddenly *^ 2L • .''"'- . .__ »,v, n nr«tho<iist church at an all-day aecured *y piaintiff'fl mortgage. WEEK-END SPECIALS Fancy Layer Figs, dime brick Pork and Beans, Hj A p large No. 2 1-2 can _ I Ul» Bologna, 1 Qfi per pound • "** Morning Light Hoin-Cl/ n f* iny, No. 2 can w/Z** Superb Extra Fancy OCf* Shrimp, 2 cans fcW** Superb Peanut Butter, 26-oz. jar ___ Peaberry Coffee, pound Postum Cereal, per pkg. Blue Barrel Soap, 6 giant bars Sardines, 6 cans Hershey Cocoa Syrup, per can ___ Hershey Baking Chocolate, cake * E* f £\> Hershey Breakfast Cocoa, pound can — Salmon, 2 tall cans Cookies, plain assorted, 2 Ibs. Marshmallows, 1 Ib. bag Kellogg Whole Wheat Biscuits, pkg. J7V2C ..20c ..25c ..25c ._ 5c 25c 25c 15c 12c DIES FEB. 26 AT OMAHA; 83 LAST APRIL Ledyard, Mar. 6—Word was received here last week Tuesday of the death Monday of "iDad" F. J. Jenks, an old pioneer of Kossuth and for many years a resident o£ Ledyard. (He died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. T. Junkins, Omalia, Neb. iF. S. Jenks was torn in Genoa, Cherry Valley, 111., April 11, 1860 When a young man he went to California, where he met Katie Murphy, whom he later married. Four children were born: Fred, who died four years ago, Joseph who died in October, 1932, Katie, who died at the age of one year, and Alice, now Mrs. Junkins, of Omaha. When the Jenks came to Kossutl they settled on a farm in Portlanc township, and in 1387 they locate* in Ledyard. He was associatet ;h the Dunla>p (Bros. Hay Co., and __.er erected a hotel known as Jenks House. This and his livery stable wore destroyed in the Ledyard fire o£ 1901. He served two terms as supervisor in the Fifth district, also as Ledyard's mayor, justice of peace, and a member of the school board. Fraternally he was associated with the Masons, Yeomen, and Homesteaders. Nine grandchildren who survive are: Harriett, Earl, Grace, Ida, Deva, and Clifford, children of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenks; Frank and Deva, son and daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. C. T. Jenkins, and Kermit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jenks. There are 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held last Thursday at Bancroft, and burial was made in the Greenwood cemetery beside his wife, who preceded him in death about a year ago. Pallbearers were N. A. Pingel, Ed Halvorson, Geoi-ge Moulton, Tice Brack, George Hagge, and Everett Hartshorn. Mrs. Henry Behnke,Lotts Creek, Observes Birthday Lcxtta Creek.Mar. 6— Mrs. Henry Behnke was hostess at 6:30 P- m dinner Sunday, the occasion being Mrs. Behnko's 70th birthday anniversary. A huge pink and white birthday cake decorated with 70 candles was a 1 table centerpiece. Guests were the Relnhard Bahntos, the Reinhard Liebs, the Fred Boett- ohers, the Er.nest Luedtkes, Mrs. Johanna Boottchcr, son Robert, Mie Rev. and Mrs. E. Flene and thcdr daughter Margaret. Rtclmrd Potratz HIM Accident— Rtohard Potratz mett with a queer accident lost weok Tuesday while toe was helping grind meat for sausage. He was putrtdng meat into a) grinder run by a Ford motor, when tho grinder stopped, the belt having caught on a small bolt on the pul- ey. This threw the grinder and Its base, which was a block of wood, against one of Mr. Potrtaz's legs just below the knee. No bones were hi-nkpn. hut he suffered considerable help Mrs. Zumaeh celebrate a birthday. Tho William Rusches, Whltto- nrore, and tho William Lelnlngers were dinner guests Sunday evening of the Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. William and Mrs. Letlrtigor are brother and sister of Mrs. Meyer, Milford Bllyue and Herbert Potratz went to Mason City Monday, and ; tho former consulted a doctor. Mr. 'Bllyue has not been dn good health, but 4s now on the mend. Olivia Kressln and Elsie KohlweS, accompanied by a Mr. Peterson, Swea City, spent last week Wednesday at Emmetsburg and Mr. Peterson left by train for Cedar Rapids where he had secured a position. Elma and Hilda Potratz amd Fran eta Schwlnderman, all of Forl Dodge, visited Sunday evening at Albert Potratz's also with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moans, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zumach left Sunday morning for Story Ciitj to visit .the latter's parents, Mr. anti Mrs. Karl Peter. They were to re turn thda week Tuesdav. TITONKA VET GETS PAY FOR POPPYMAKIN Titonoka, Mar. 6—Antono Sorensen, disabled World War veteran employed In assembling popples, received, a ciheck from department Pain for a time, and he now get a- Mr . , and Mrs . Edwln Lleb helped found with the aid of crutches. Mr . Your car needs different lubrication in the spring—and there are pointers worth knowing about the condition of your gears and clutch. We will advise you absolutely without obligation—just bring your car around. We use only the best of material in our repair work. A first-class paint job at a nominal price. DAU GARAGE East of Courthouse. Ligaments and muscles wero strech- temore, move ed somewhat. Church Events Are Announced— Holy Communion in English will be celebrated Sunday morning at tlie Immanuel Lutheran churcih. Lenten church services will bo held Thursday morning, Mareh 15 at 10 o'clock and "this week Wednesday evening, tut 8 o'clock. Arthur Rusch Son Christened— The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. TUisoh wasi christened Sunday at the Lutheran church and was named Franklin Dean, sponsors being Mrs. Frank Shelter and Willlam Rusch Jr., Whititemore. Mrs. Knack's Birthday Observed— A party was held at Fred Haack's recently to celebrate Mrs. Haack's birthday. Five-hundred was played, o,nd the ihigh scores were won by Rednliard Lieb Whlt- week Thursday ito a farm '2% miles south of Sexton, near St. Benedict. Tho Frank Shelters, Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Sr., and the William Rusches Jr., Wlilttemore, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch. i Mrs. D. Cordes, Wihlttemore, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at her brother Richard Potratz's. The Aid meets 'this week Friday at tone Lutheran school 'hall, Mrs. Obto Wlohtendahl hostess. Parish night wiill bo held March 16 n.t (the Lvitheran school hall. Luella Liesenor is working at A. Kressin's. Soheller, Louis 'Haackbantli Declamatory Contest Held— Last week Wednesday evening a declamatory contest was held here with contestants from Swea City, Grant, Lakota, and Ledyard participating. In oratorical Soren Pederson, Grant, read Eyes That See Not; Florence Picket, Swea City, Character; William Powers, Lakota, Call to Arms; Kenneth Thompson, (Ledyard, Esau, America's Patron Saint. The latter won first, and William Powers, second. In dramatic, iLyla Hamm, Ledyard, won first with Eyes; Betty Ley, Lakota, second with Madame Butterfly; Darlene Kesler, Swea City, third, with Sulbmerged. Violet Sel- itoerg, Grant, read 'Bog Wolf. In humorous Ledyard again won first with Home Talent Rehearsal, by [James Logan; second, The Baby Talk Bride, Alpha Simmons, Swea City; third, Goodbye Sister, Florence Patterson, Grant; Charles Peterson, Lakota, read Jimmie Jones Studies Geography. Judges were J. F. Overmyer, John McDowell, and Evelyn Walters, all of Algona. These students will go to a district contest. Many to B. B. Tournament-^ Many basketball fans went to Grant Algona last week-end to attend the sub-district basketball tournament. Ledyard won a thriller from Livermore the first evening. They had New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments are too high we will refi- pance your car for you. Prompt and courteous ireatment. H. N. KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY ^Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa Frank low. Mrs. Will l«ses Relative— Sirs. Julius Will received word Monday that a relative Mrs. Detlof •Bahson, Truman, Minn., died Saturday. The funeral was to be held this week Tuesday. Lillian Kressln Has Birtliday- Lillian Kressin was hostess alt a party at Albert Kressin's Sunday, ithe necasion! being 1 her Ibltfthlday. She is employed at the telephone office Git Algona. School Election Next Monday— Tho annual school election will be held March 12 to elect directors of the various schools in the township. Fifth Son for Bilyues— Mr. and Mrs. Milford Bilyue ore parents of a boy, born March 3, the fifth boy. LOTTS CREEK NEWS Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz Visited last week Tuesday evening at the home 'of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz, Whitte- e. Mr. and Mrs. William Maahs and their daughter, Mrs. Ernest Haase, Nashua, Minn., were there Mrs. Maahs Is an aunt of Mrs. Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Redsner, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, and the Arthur Zumaclis called at Carl Zumiac'h's last Thursday evening to Tho Jasper Steenhards have moved to a farm, vacated earlier this headquarters of the Legion Auxiliary for $23.25 In payment of labor. The poppies have been shipped as follows: Armtrong-200, Dolllver-MG, EBthevville -1600, Maple Hlll-200, _ Rlngstod-100 and Wallingford-200. Tho Fn Mr, Sorensen will receive 900 more ^ ome tlme poppies to moke because of the aud- den death of a worker to. Greene county. Party at Buffiiigton Home— Blanche and Bradford Buffdngton, Donald Bacon and Violet, Slack entertained ithe Young People's bridge club at 'the Bufflngton home south of town Tuesday night. Attending wero Elvira Danlelson, Carl Callles, •Ethel Wellmeyer, Florence (Bacon, Clair Heltner, Beryl Bogges, Doyle Craven, Phydelis and Woodrow Peterson, Myrtle Ama and Arthur Jay Budlong. 14 Attend B. B. Tournament— Titonka young people who attended tho sectional basket ball tournament at Algona Friday afternoon and evening were Hazel Miller, John Welhousen, Ardith Nauman, Lois Heifner, Vern and Lewis Bacon, Loraine Peterson, Helen (Beed, Wilbur and Kathryn Schram, EdithmQe Budlong, Mildred Krantz, Lecta Oesterreicher, and Betty Budlong. Women's Club Studies Columbia— The Woman's club met last Thursday night with Mrs. Pierre Sartor. Leaders were Mrs. Mary Oesterrel- oher and Mrs. Sartor, and the lesson was Columbia. Roll call was on the educational institutions of Souith America. The next meeting will be nest week Thursday with -Mrs. Fremont Faul, Mrs. Carrie Torgerson leader. tho Methodist church at an work meeting cut her (home Friday. Mr John Forrtobltz, who lives east of town, underwent a minor op- eraiblon last Tuesday In her own home. She la reported recovering-. The Rex Austins who formerly lived on the Charles Wheeler place northwest of town expect to move to a farm, south of Lone Rock. Dr. Ri C. Ball, Virgil Pendergnst, and the Rev. L. G. Gartner attended a Masonic meeting nit Burt laeft week Tuesday night. Mrs. Fremont Faul attended an executive session of the Methodist W. H. M. S. at Storm Lake last week Tuesday. The Ernest Hansens, of Rudd, are spending a few days visiting the Andrew Hansons and. Tom. Youngs. Tho Frank Fishers expect to move secured And asking for tho costs of this action, Including attorney's fees, and for such other and further TC- lief as shall be Just and equitabde, No personal Judgment la asked against any of the defendants, except the defendant Minni Fechner. afar further .particulars see peti- tlon now on file. NOW, unless you appear and defend on or before t the second day of the next re said Court, being the April" term thereof, to be bemm ' at .the Court House Iowa, in said county on April 2nd, 1934, <le._ entered against you and rendered thereon in With the prayer of said ,| VAN NESS & 22-Q5 Attorneys tor i, an ,i week to ithe house vacated by the Elbort Youngs. Jay iBudlong, Albert Nelson, and Ernest Peterson were Algona business callers Friday. Loulsb Conradl left for Chicago Saturday to spend a few days visiting relatives. Nell Slack, Lakota, formerly Tl- toka spent Saturday at Eric Peterson's. The Oscar Blanchards, Burt, were Sunday guests at Carrde (Bonaeker's. Arlo, son of L. B. Larson, 8s confined to home with the mumps. OLD IRON WANTED Again we are buying all kinds of scrap iron, ana metals. JOE GREENBERG Benedict 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 business. H. L. WALSH Lone Rock, Iowa 81 years experience. Phono 505, year by Ernde Patterson. A Mr. Kockler, Bancroft, moved to the farm formerly tenanted by the Mru. August Pehr underwent at minor operation Friday morning at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Seller ore parents of a 10-lb boy, born Monday, the first child. The Bmil Arndorfers and Mr. and I Mrs. William Arndorfer spent Sunday afternoon at Dennis Carroll's, near Lu Verne. Charles Cosparl spent Sunday at William Arndorfer's. He -will return this week Wednesday to his Beaver Dam, Wls., home. | LEGAL NOTICES Steenhards. The Chris Becks, Swea are now on Ibhe farm vacated by the Otto Swalve, who moved to a farm near Bancroft. Rouben Balvance has •moved to a farm vacated by the Herman Meaners, who moved to a farm east of Swea City. The Martin Gables, Ledyard, are on the farm vacated by the J. J. McDonalds, Way land Porter has moved to the Iowa Lake community. The weekly church night meeting of the Grant church was held at the D. W. Stevenson home Tuesday night. This week the meeting will be held at the W. H. Payne home. Study and discussion of (the Sunday •school lesson Is followed by a social hour. The Grant Ladies Aid Society will be entertained by Mrs. A. M. Tokheim and Mrs. Otto Kelly at the fanner's home this Wednesday afternoon. The Leonard Kuehls, Wlndom, Minn., spent 'the weak-end at Leonard Mino's, Miis. Kueh and Mrs. Mino are .twin sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Andrews, Buffalo Center, and their daughter Patricia were Sunday visitors at the H. L. Brigge home. Tho Orin Johnsons visited the Fred Darnells at Ledyard Sunday. The George E. Hamers, Swea township, spent Sunday at Eli Anderson's. Party Honors Myrtle Ama— A birthday party was given in honor of Myrtle Ama Thursday night at the Charles Ama home west of town. Attending wero Phydelis, Woodrow and Loraine Peterson, Arthur Jay Budlong, Lewis and Vern Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Mark iBo- con, Clair Heifner andi Ethel Wellmeyer. Arthur Folks to Tho Ai-thcr Falks, who formerly lived In the north part of town moved to Algona Sunday where he expects to do garage work. The Albert Youngs who formerly lived In the Nate Walsh house expect to move on the place vacated by ithe Frank Fishers. Girl's Birthday Is Observed— The Oscar Blanchards and the Gilbert Nelson, Burt, both former ly of Titonka, took Juia Nelson by surprise in honor of her birthday last week Wednesday night at the Nelson brothers home, west of town. Odd 'Fellows Party Hosts— A card and dancing party took platee at the Pannkuk colisuem lost week Tuesday evening under auspices of the Odd Follows. Bridge, •'smear, and 500 were played till 10, after which there was dancing. , A GLEAN COAL,., because the dust on PEERLESS COAL sticks to the coal _ and is 'burned. It doesn't fly through the air to settle on curtains, walls, linen and clothing. Ohemacol treatment reduces soot and smoke. Your neighbors will appreciate this. You need't dread coal delivery ... in fact, the whole neighborhood will rejoice when you order PEERLESS COAL. Sold only byBOTSFORD LUMBER CO. PHONE 268 HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP We merchandise and contract anything in plumbing, heating, sheet metal, water systems, and pumps. A complete Repair Stock. 119 S. Bodge Phone 83 a rally in the last two minutes to come from 6 points IbeJiind to win 27 to 26. Friday they defeated Fenton 36 to 24, and Saturday they won from Bode 35 to 24. The last game was close and exciting, but resulted 38 to 34 in favor of Ledyard. The boys go to district tournament at Mason City this week. The five first team men are Lloyd, center; guards,, Brand and Moulton ; forwards, Thompson and Warner. 21 Make Honor Roll— These students made the honor roll the fourth six weeks: 12th, Tilmer Halvorson, Anna Jones, James Logan, Lillian Sanders, Adah and Idah Telkamp; llth, Lillian Klinksiek, Elaine Blonie and Marjorie Matzener; 9th, Henrietta O'Keefe,. Cleo Gabel, Lois Wilson; St'h, Alvira Halvorson, iBeulah Looft, Bernard Anderson, Arlowe Blome, Ruth Estle axd Geneva Gelhaus; 7th, Lurene 'Lloyd, Howard Nitz, and Edna 'Leslie. JEpworth League Reorganized—; An Epworth League has been reorganized here and Armin Schultz is president, James Logan and Kenneth Thompson, vice presidents; Tilmer HaJvorson, treasurer; Henrietta O'Keefe, secretary; Alvira Halvorson, pianist. Tilmer Halvorson led the meeting Sunday night. Alice Hagge Has Operation— Alice, daughter of George Hagge, was operated on lor appendicitis at St. Joe News New Grocery Store Here— Harry Beck, of Armstrong, will open a new butcher shop and groc- ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. April 1934, term. Algona Building and Loan Association, Algona, Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Minni Fechner, Emyl Fechner and Mrs. Emyl Fechner, his wife; (Lena Trauger (sometimes known as Helene E. Trauger) and T. A. Trauger, her husband; Minni Fechner as executrix of the estate of Paul Fechner, deceased; Kossuth County, Iowa; C. H. Cretzmeyer; D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Lu Verne State Bank, Lu Verne, Iowa,; P. V. Janse; Haggard & Waller; Paul Trauger and Mrs. Paul Trauger, his wife, Defendants. To EmyQ Fechner: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, the ^petition o£ Algona Building & Loan association, Algona, Iowa, in the above entitled cause of action, claiming of the defendant, Minni Fechner, personal judgment dn the aggregate sum of Eight Hundred Thirty-eight and 41/100 Dollars ($838,41), with interest thereon at the rate of eight per II Enjoy This Finer Quality SALAD TEA "Fresh from the G«r<W' ery store in the building vacated by Fred Wentz as soon as the building is ready. His family will live in the back part of the building. cent from December first, 1933, as Justly due plaintfif, Algona Building and Loan Association as fol- Herman and Julius Becker spent the week end In Chdcag-o visiting, They returned Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Herlew Neilsen, of near Bradgaite, spent Saturday night and Sunday at Wm. Hammer's. Mr. and (Mrs. J. K. Shepler and 666 Liquid Tablets, Salre, Nose Drops Checks Golds first day, lleadches oi Neuralgia in 89 minutes. Malaria in I days. FINE LAXATIVE AJfD TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. If YOU SMOKE TOO MUCH WATCH YOUR STOMACH For quick relief from indigestion and upset stomach due to excessive smoking and drinking try Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets. Sold on money back guarantee.—A. H. Borchardt, Druggist. tlie Bancroft hospital early Monday morning. Alice was just recovering from a broken nose received in a basketball game several weeks ago. 'She is a sophomore in high school. Party for School Girl- Friday afternoon after school Phyllis Strand, Connie Garry, Jean and Marjorie Gabel, Marvel Halvorson, and Katherine Baumann surprised their schoolmate, Marjorie Mayer, and helped her cele- •brate her ninth birthday. New Phone Circuit Here— The 'Northwestern Bell Telephone company installed a toll switchboard, cable, and test ipanel, preparatory to cutting in a new circuit at the iLedyard Telephone exchange last Thursday. This will insure quicker service. •thoir son Kenneth, o£ Huntley, Minn., spent Sunday at J. B, McNeill's. The Sebastian Kramers and Mrs. M. Hanifun wore .Sunday guests of Mrs. John Lentsch. Mrs. A. L. Schiltz and son rence, of Bancroft, and Mrs. Joseph Thilges, of Wlilttemore, were Fiii- day visitors at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Harold Frlderes who has been working in this vicinity, went to Matt Becker's, near Burt, last week to work the coming spring and summer months. Matt Becker, of Bunt, was a visitor here last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and Annul Kayser, wero callers at Nick Bischen's, near Cylinder, last week Thursday. Gerald, small son of Mr. and Mrs Pet or Kirsch, spent the past weeik with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Becker. Nick Thilges has purchased a nev Chevrolet sedan. Wiilium Becker and W. Schnel der, of Walking, Minn., came las week Wednesday and will spend th coming- year working for Peter Bor mans and Julius Capesius respec tdvely. Jimmie Bormann, 3-year-old so of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Jr was taken to Fort Dodge Merc hospital last week Friday for med ical treatment. His mother Is stay ing at the hospital with him. Mrs Bormann's sister, Christina Sch malen, is attending to the house hold duties at the Bormann home. Tony Weydert spent last week a ADVANCE WANT AD5 $824.87 as balance due on certain written promissory one note Ugona employed at Chas. Hoff- ia'ns oil station. The Rev. Father Thecbald announ- ed Sunday that Thirteen Hours deration would be next week Tues- ay. Lenten devotion will be held this •eek Wednesday night instead of covering. Friday. A number of St. Joe farmers at- ended the John 'Schumacher isalo ear Bancroft last week Tuesday. The Martin Wafobas, of near St. ienediot, were Sunday visitors at ony Becker's. Tlie Nick Redlngs, of Whlittoinore, pent last Thurhday with Mrs. Red-| ng's mother, Mils. Lucy Wagner, Ed and John O'Neill, of near Liv- rmore have moved on to the farm •acated by the Jack De\4nee. It was tated in last week's news Items that he Arnold Kellners had moved here, which was an error. The O'Neill's neice, Loretta Melavin, will ceep house for them. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Haglind visited Mends in the Plum Creek neigh- jorhood Sunday. Friends and neighbors sunn-teed the Jack Devines a week ago Friday night with a farewell party. 31 version was six tables of 500. Pot luck lunch was served at a late liour. Ruth Devine, oldest daughter of the jack Devines, will remain in Livermore with her grandparent' to finish her school year. The Jack Devines of near Ganiei were visiting in this vicinity Sunday. Theii 1 daughter Helen remained at the Bernard Devine home to finish her school year here. Mai-Ian Devine returned home Sunday after several days with the Jack Devines, helping them move. Maxine Devine, teacher In th- Tony Becker rural school, will board at the R. V. Fitch home until th •Bernard Devines are settled where aha will board later. Gartner Back to CCC— The Rev. L. G. Gartner received dated tlie 26th day of April, 1929, a telegram asking him to return to' signed by Paul Fechner and Minni Font Snelllng for six more months Fechner, payable to Algona Building and Loan Association, in monthly installments as therein provided. to work fo the C. C. C. as chaplain. He expects to return, shortly. Herman Mcchlar is Sticken— Herman Mechlar, who lives south of town, was reported to have had a stroke Friday. He Is 'reported re- Other Titonka News. Alice, daughter of the L. G. Gart- ners, who has been attending school at Rowan, has been vdsibing here with her parents and friends the past few days. She returned to Roan Tuesday. Mrs. Gartner will re- urn with Alice for a short visit. Several Titonka people attended he Tltonoka-Remvick tournament ame at Algona Saturday afternoon, mong them were Midred and Fern Crantz, Barbara Ball, Edithmae udlong, Helen Beed, Kathryn chram, and Mrs. C. A. Hoon. The Methodist Queen Esthers met ost Thursday evening with Faith Paul. Attending: Harriet Schram, 'erne Oesterreieher, Carol Reosea-, Clarice Falk, Patricia (Ball, Dorothy Gartner, Rosemary Bacon, Maxine itott. 'Supper was served. Mrs. Willam Schram, southeast of own, entertained the Methodist WH. M. S. Friday. Attending; Mesdames Alma Thompson, Ray Hansen, Charles Cooper, L. G. Gartner, August Schram, Ray Oesterreicher, and Fremont Faul. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boekelman married recently, and who had been, visiting relatives on the different parts of the state on their honeymoon, returned last week, and will jegin farming on the Albert Fritz farm south of town. The Methodist Epworth League Shower for Anita Gelhaus— A miscellaneous shower for Anita Oelhaus was held Saturday afternoon at her mother's. About 80 guests were present. The bride to be received many useful gifts. She is to be married to 'Lawrence Mayne this week. Muhleman to Preach Here— Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman will preach here Sunday morning and following the sermon niemlbers and tritnds will have a pot luck diniier :ol lowed 'by a business meeting. Lawrence Barnes Married— Word has been received foere of :he marri?ge of (Lawrence, son of Mr. and "Itlrs. Albert Barnes, to Dena Crr wley at Cedar City, Utah, January 17. Farewell for the Friests— Friends of the Adolph Friests held a farewell party for them last week Monday night. The Friests moved to a farm in Grant township March 1. Other Leayard News. Mrs. Albert Barnes was at Armstrong from last week Wednesday to Sunday, caring for her mother, who is very ill. Mrs. V. A. Barrett ana small son returned from the Kossuth 'hospita last week Monday evening. The Frank Pingels, Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of tlie N. A Pingels and Roibert Wests. The Peter Cassem and Willi Pingel homes were quarantine Friday for smallpox. Robert Gustaphson and Bland Herald were in Albert City an Marathon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carpente spent Sunday with the M. K. Sper rys, .Renwick. Mildred Barger, Lakota, spen last week with 'her sister, Mrs. E( ward Knoner. Mrs. Edward Knoner entertaine the Sewing Circle last week Tues day evening. The Methodist Aid meets Thurs day wifih Mrs. A. E, Lauritzen. met Sunday night at tlie Methodist parsonage with Lewis Bacon as leader. Attending were Helen Beed Wilbur and Kathryn. Schram, Vern Bacon, Alice Gartner and Barbara Ball. R. L. Krantz, who shipped several car loads of cattle to Chicago Saturday night, took the train from Wesley the same night for Chicago where he expects to spend a few days on business. Mrs. w. F. Hamstreet entertained the Methodist Aid at an all-day work meeting after which she serv ed a delicious lunch in the base ment of the Methodist church. The Adolph Missals entertained the Ted RJkes, the Ernest Peter sons, the William Stencils, and ithi LewJu Hubers at a card panty >y\i day night. Magdelene Sartor, who has been teaching at Magnolia tho past fe\ years, spent the week-end with he parents. Dr. and Ma-. Pierre Sar tor. Mrs. Lee A. Wolfe will entertain the Dorcus Sunday school class o When In need of glasses hare your eyes thoroughly examined. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, lov $7.54 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 gainst each and all of the defend- nts to this action the foreclosure f a certain real estate mortgage iven to secure the note herein de- cribed, dated the 2&th day oi i'pril, 1929, signed by Paul Fecher and Minni Fechner, and cover- ng 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 en- ered in this cause may be decreed o be a lien upon the mortgaged premises from the date of said nortgage, and that all right, title, nterest, lien and claim of each and all of the above named defendants n and to said mortgaged premises >e decreed to he junior and infer- or 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 he forever jarred 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 in- FOR MEN ONLY Just received—snappy new spring styles men's oxfords, special at $3.50. 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