Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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PAGE six KORSTTTTT COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA TO MAKE YOUR HOME BEAUTIFUL FOR SPRING New Furniture Bedroom Suites in the latest styles and finishes. Fifteen suites to select from March prices $39.75 ami up FormerTitonka Druggist Dies F, L COLGAN, CLEAR LAKE, DIESJ8AR.13 TitonUn, Unroll 20—Frank Col- prfin, of C'.oar Lake, who formerly cnvnixl and operated a drug store sit Titonka, died a week afro Tuesday, lie itook sick Thursday, was •tnken to the hcxsplUH Saturday, and died the following? Tuesday and bur!-'\l was made S;i.Uu\tay at Convad. Services were held at Clear Lake. lie is survived by 110 gramlchJUl- rcn, and by Dr. C. C. Colpran, o£ Dos Moines, Oscar CVlgnn, of Port- I land, Ore., Mrs. Max Whlttner of nicy, 111., Mr.s. Harry Aiec.hor, Towa City, and hLs wife Mrs. F. his drup store to \\". J. Colgan. Ho sold Denton 21 years ago. Those attend- iiiK Hie fitner.il from 'here were the John Pinks, Mrs. \Villlam Peterson, Mrs. Hay Oestorrelchcr, Chet Thomas and William Don torn for ill the new popular club types, as well as period styles March prices GREAT BARGAINS IN RUbi AND LINOLEUMS Axmlnstor Rug's, 9x12 $19.75 and up Wilton Velvet «ngs, 9x12 $39.75 and up Felt ISiise Rugs, 9x12 $6.75 Inlaid Linoleum $1.00 per sq.'yard rrogrnin Children Entertained— illoryl Boggcs gave a. parity ch-Hdron in her neighborhood Mrs. M. S. Craven's last Thursday evening. She had trained them for a 1'. T. A. program last week ironAttending: Alice Bud- Kuchenreii'ther, Jackie Callies, Carol Reaser, Esther Fritz, Mary Jean Kaoluit, Betty Bud-long, Patty Ball, Verdenc Boyken, Russell French, Sigwald Wood, Junior de John E. Pehrson, Pioneer Near Swea City, Is Dead Swea City, Mar. 20 — Jolm E. Pehrson died at iliis home in Eagle township Thursday after suffering a stroke some days previously. Mr. Pehrson was born in Jonkopings Ian .Smaland, -Sweden, June 17, 1862, coining to this country in 1881. December 27, 1884, ho was married to Augusta B. Swcnson, and a son, 116; Carl Arnold, 101; Emil Larson, 71; C. J. Applequist, 61; David Anderson, 59; Art .Holcomb, 32. There were 228 votes cast, of which four were spoiled. Mrs. Rhodes Loses Sister— Mrs. B. F. Rhodes was called to Arnold, Nob., last week by the serious illness of her sister Laura year later they moved to the farm jPeterson. Later Mr. Rhodes was where Mr. Pehrson die:!. They liv-1 informed tlhat Miss Peterson had ed 'then continuously excepting died. Miss Peterson taught here in from Mnrch I, 1025. to March 1. tlle schools for many years. She is 1034, during wi'.tich time thpy lived 1 " 1 -™ a sister of C. G. Dourte. in Swea City. Mr. Pehrson was a member of the Swea to\vir:'iip Lutheran church from 1882 till it was con- James Snndors Boy Dies— Funeral services were held Sun- fte ™ 0no , n year-old son of Mr. - , 0n , solidatecl with the Swea City 'Lu- \{° r *^ year-old son of Mr. and theran dhurch, at which time he * Irs ' J/™ es Sanders. The child had transferred his membership Here. bcen \" {? r some tlnle ' B . es " les th <j He is survived by 'his wife and P nrent ? * ere ar f_ two sl f er ? ™ d 12 children: T?nh fi rt. Mrs. MiHinr i iree brothers. He was buried in day nigiht. Ions, Alice 12 children: Robert, Mrs. ,„„„..— Hpvey, Arthur, Oscar, of Fairmont, Minn.; Mrs. Anna Griffith, Mrs. Edna Ponsness, Sioux Falls; Roy, Marshall town; Mrs. Alvida Schol- ;es, of Bancroft; Bernard, Sioux Falls; Emily, a teacher at Wau- koe; Florence and Bernice. There are 19 grandchildren, and there are two sisters in Sweden. Funeral services were held in tihe Swedish Lutheran church with the Rev. Mr. Swanson and the Rev. Mr. Samuelson, of Akron, in charge, and burial was made in Harrison cemetery. Vries, Herbert Schram, Raymond . and Arnold RickleCfs, and Robert , Mnrric d nt Fort Dodffe- • I1t r tlnrmvsi WAIV\ TlMir«,l orwl 1 __,. ^^. ~ _ Florence Dinzy and Howard Hosier were married last week Wednesday at Fort Dodge, the , Methodist pastor there performing the ceremony. Bertha Batton, an Teacher's Sister Is Injured— Vphna TuKon, younger sister of i Mabel Tutton, teacher ait Titonka, , 1T , t „„ ., , _,.„•. seriously injured a week ago j^ t ° ff * he gl °.? m ' and William Monday afternoon, while driving P' 10 '^ , were wltl «sses. Florence b 'ihas lived most of her life 'here, and is^ a daughter of Mrs. Madge Bruce I..Y LUII.UJ uuuii. vvniie unving,. from school. A few miles from I. Buffalo Center she lost control of tho car which turned over. She was the car onto a rock taken to the Buffalo thrown from pile. She wari Ccntei hospital where she still re; mains. Mabel Tutton did not teach school the first part of last week. Wiener Roost Is Held — A wiener roost was 'held at the Xelnon woods west of town Monday evening. Attending were Wilbur nnd Ka-thryn Schram, Herbert Ra- Ho\v, Helen Beed, Harold and Mildred Krantz, Kdithniae Budlong, Loralne Peterson, George Boekelman, Donald Cn.llies, Faye Randolph, o; Waterloo, S. D., and Vern and Lewis Bacon. Students Home for Easter Viola, daughter of the Ed Rikes, who has been attending college at . Ames, returned (home Wednesday j for her Easter vacation. Her brother Arthur drove to Ames after her. Clifford, son of the R. L. Krantzes, who lias teen taking a short course ( at Ames the past few months will i return homo the latter part of this ; week. Class Plans French Dinner Lay in a .supply of groceries no.v at these bargain prices—before the State Food Tax takes effect. MA Kill '2-2 TO 2S Try Haslcet Brand Products at these unusual prices for one week only subject to stock. Puanta nutter, :i lh. jar ilc 1 Ib. jar, 13c, S o/ iar Sc Salad Dressing, quart jar 21c, 1 Ib. l.'ic, S oz. Sc Ol.IVKS—I.arife Fruit 22 o/.. 2!)c Stuffed. S 02. o,-, e SWKKT PICKLES — Small Quart jar jjllc Mustard, S oz. jar Sc ' (i — —— ._ Folgur's Coffee Coupons worth 15c on 2 Ibs. Folgers as advertised m March 17th issue of Wallaces' Fanner. ('Bring it to us ) MONARCH COFFEE ------------------ --kg7c;31bfl. 79c " MOV YORK BALmVI.V AllLkS „„-_:. :.:^V.nir - - -~ - - -^ __ FI-01'lt, W-IJJ. fTAT'Ks" Peter Pan -------------- $1.59 Gold Me(la i _ $i>0 Unistu --------------- sjii.us Occident «<MS II "* ----- ~ 'i'-«»«CJ er witli ouch 2 bars Uutter- Soap __10c " u/'ii G i 10 His. Golden 5 " )S - Cr - vstiU - Qlbs. CrystalU11iit. n _....l8c Make it a joyous Easter and servo Hunnel's Better Ham Leave your order with us before Maivh 26. Special price. . . Algona's Finest Food Store . . MONARCH PIXElt FOODS 'hold a The French Prc-n<"h dinner in the home economics room 'this week . Dinzy, who died leaving four small daughters. Mrs. Bruce, the grandmother, and Mrs. iSperbeck, an aunt, cared for the girts. Florence was graduated from the Swea City high school in 1932. Howard is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hosier, and is farming in partnership with his father. After a honeymoon trip the young couple will live with the bridegroom's parents. Swea Cityans lose Sister— Mrs. Jdhn Haglund and Mrs. Lester .Haglund last week received word of the death of their sister, Mrs. Zufall, at Blue Earth. Funeral services were held in the Blue Earth Baptist church witfli the Rev. Mr. 'Siemens in charge, and burial was made in the Blue Earth cemetery. She is survived by three sons and a daughter, besides her husband, two sisters, and a brother. Two Election Tickets Filed— Tickets for the town election the Elmore cemetery. Ora Simmons Has Birthday— A number of relatives and friends helped Ora Simmons celebrate his 'birthday Friday. A dinner witih a birthday cake and candles added to the occasion. Has Second Operation— Herman Bowman returned to the hospital in (Fort Dodge last week, where lie underwent an second operation. He is reported recovering. the bonds will be sold to the highest bidder, for cash. Said bonds will be dated May 1, 1934, and mature $10,000.00 in 1943, $22,000.00 in 1944 and-$70,000.00 annually, 1945 to 1950 inclusive and will bear interest paynible semi-annually. The purchaser must agree to furnish the .blank bonds and the county will furnish the approving opinion of Chapman and Cutler, of Chicago, and all bids must be so conditioned. A certified check payable to the County Treasurer for an amount equal to Three Per .Cent (3%) of the amount of bonds offered as a guarantee of good faith must be furnished toy bidders, this amount to be forfeited to the county by the successful (bidder should lie fail to take up and pay for any of the ibonds when ready. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. The proposed bonds are to be is- i sued for the purpose of retiring and refunding a like principal amount of Bonds of said county now outstanding, issued for pri-j mary road improvement purposes,! called for retirement on May 1,; 1934. The purchaser of the Primary Road Refunding 'Bonds will be required to accept delivery and. pay for the proposed bonds at the i office of the County Treasurer of i said county or through a county seat bank as and when the 'bonds are available for delivery and payment. By order of the Board of Supervisors. Dated March 22nd, 1934. M. J. DUFFY, 27-28 County Treasurer. BE READY FOR ANY OCCASION Keep your wardrobe neat. It is certainly a pleasure to have an entire wardrobe immaculate and ready for use at a moment's notice. And you avoid the hurry or worry a last minute rush generally causes. ELK CLEANERS AND TAILORS Phono 330 23 years in Algona—always at your service.' Sale Dates Mar. 22—Community day sale at Lone Rock. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE KOSSDTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. Notice is hereby given that at the regular annual meeting of the Kossutli County Agricultural Association held at Algona, Iowa, on January 16th, 1934, the following amendments to the Articles of Incorporation were adopted: 1. ARTICLE III was amended to read as follows: "The qualification of membership in. this Association shall he as follows: Any qualified voter of Kossuth County, Iowa, is a member of this Association and entitled to all the rights and privileges." 2. ARTICLE V was amended to provide that the corporate power of the Association should he vested in i Board of five Directors elected by ;he voters present at any annual meeting, or special meeting, called for that purpose who shall serve UK AVednesday Fred Peterson, P. J. Heiken, L. o. i overling. All table requests must Knutson, A. J. Christiansen; indc- bf made in French or the person can pendents—councilmen, T. R. Hani- n«t have food. 'Members of the class fan, Win. Blomster, G. 0. Anderson, arc Ka.thryn Schram, Leota Oester- an d V. L. Nelson. reicher, Gertrude Meyer, Loralne' Lamoroux, Lola Peterson, and Ruth Johnson and Arnold Elected— — — t w,,.. «.i,v-i,iuii j-ui uiiai yuipuse w-iio snail serve March 26 were filed with Clerk S. until their successors have auali- P. Eckholm as follows: Citizens fied. ticket-JMayor, J. M. Dye; treasur- The Directors elected following er, j. J. Anderson; assessor, W. F. " ' "' - ' Leland; councilmen, Fred Seylar, Clarence Johnson and Carl Ar- Ten High Crciiiu CliecliS— The 10 liiii'h ci-enin cheeks last ninnth are Kruno .Sleeker $128.56; yoto Edward Xwoifel $ll!l.4S; H. r.ray | * Suns Sinn.u'O; Clirirt Brandt M: ( ( nold were elected school directors the adoirtion of this Amendment shall be elected to serve as follows: Two for one year, Two for two years, and One for three years but the regular term sihall be for three years. All vacancies are to Ibe filled by the Board of Directors and three members to constitute a quorum. h l st .The. officers of the Association NOTICE FOR TAX DEED CERTIFICATE NO. 2101 To the Heirs and Devisees of A. L. Anderson and All Unknown Claimants: You and each of you are (hereby notified that on the 1st day of De- cenvber, 1930, the following described real estate situated in the County of Kossutli and State of Iowa, to-wi: Lots Twelve (12) and Thirteen (13), Auditor's Plat of the Southeast Quarter (SEi4) of the Southwest Quarter-(SW%) of Section 24, Township Ninety-eight (98) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth P. M., was sold by the Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, for taxes due and delinquent, to J. L. Johnson; tlhat the Certificate of 'Purchase was duly issued to J. L. Johnson, who is now the lawful holder and owner of said Certificate of Purchase. ; That the right of redemption will expire, and a deed (or said land will be made by the Treasurer of Kossutih county, Iowa, unless re-I demption therefrom he made with- I m ninety (90) days from the com-! pleted service of this notice. Dated March 21, 1934. J. L. JOHNSON, Owner and Holder of Certificate of Purchase. 27-29 All the Newest Styles in NOTICE OF MEETING FOR ISSUANCE OF PROtARY ROAD REFUNDING BONDS The Board of Supervisors of KOB- suth county, Iowa, will meet on the 2nd day of April, 1934, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, in said county, at 10 o'clock a. m., at winch time and place .proceedings vill be instituted and action .taken or the issuance of Primary Road Refunding Bonds of said county in :he principal amount of '$452,000.00, [or the purpose of retiring and re- fimdmg as of May 1, 1934, at a less rate of interest a like amount of existing indebtedness of said coun- y evidenced by bonds issued for Harry Ricklefs | Youlli's Appendix Removed Teachers Attend Institute Srvoml .te:ic.liers attended 1 etchers in.situte at Fort Bodge Fri- i covering" d:iy. Thii'-\' pnlnff were Sui>t. C. A. Ilimn, Theodore Dunmire, Mrs. .M::ry Ooy.'.erreleher, LoroUu Larson, Ulic.n f'rone, Lela li. Stephen, All, nc .lulinson, Irma Campbell and Nellie Xelson. of three years .. * ... ---...•«..* u^. K..V* itociuv..i£n.iuiL - , • v ~ "j wwmAa itsautiu lor Candidates and the | shall be a President and a Vice I Primary road improvement imrare: Clarence John-; President elected by the Board of |P oses - The issuance of said bonds — i Directors from among its mem- M 1 ^ 3 1)een directed by Iowa State is a]sO|bers and a Secretary and Treasurer ('Highway Commission as a part of to bo elected by the Board who l .! le C 9mprehensive plan for the shall not be members of the Board, financing of county primary road KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRI- i' bond indebtedness prepared bv HIP CULTURAL ASSOCIATION, nr ""™''"- ! — • 'By J. M. PATTERSON, ' Doyle son of the II. B. Cravens, was operated for appendicitis at his home Sunil-ay nlyht. He Is under the the cal . 0 of iu . s . Fl . ec , \ventz and is re- S! niuse Discusi* Closes .Schools— 'I'in U'lultMi i-M-houls \vero i:lo^ed bi-i-.iu«e uf a disease which the rtiHd- ren funiractfd. Tlie n:ituro oC the diwiise has not boen discovered. A 27-30 E. L. VKVOENT, President. Woorinii'ii Sliij.:« ii Show— A Hhow was given l>y the AVood- nu-n at tho high si-lioul :iiuUtor- iuiii li'riil.iy night, am! :l 'large .ui-.l- lenuo attended. Secretary. lioyltcn ISiibe. Is .llnpliscd— 1'Yed JJoyken's Uaby \va.s l)apti-/.ed (it the Lutheran (loud Hope, church Sunday nioi-uing by the Rev. H. AV. Sclioenlein,, -NOTICE OF SALE OF PRDIA'RY HOAI) IIEFDNDING BONDS Sealed bids will be received until one o'clock p. m. April 2nd, 1934, at the office of the County Treasurer in the Count House, Algona, Iowa, for $452,000.00 Primary Road Refunding Bonds of Kossuth county, Iowa, after the receipt of which and the consideration of open bids Commission pursuant to Senate File No. 105 of the Acts of the Ex! tra Session of the Forty-fifth General Assembly of Iowa. This notice is given 'by order of the Board the Code of Iowa. 27-28 .Supervisors pursuant Chapter 23 of B. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. Spots, dirt, and dust mean nothing to this <„ paper. Soap and water will take them off, leaii the design as clear, bright and cheerful as new, And its cost is low. You'll be surprised at I. values you can get for little money. Gome in andli us show you the 1934 designs. BENJAMIN MOOKE'S HIGH QUALITY Interior Gloss, Utilac, Inside Floor Paint and Vanijl and Varnish Stain. All quick drying, best quality,* new low prices. )§Drug Store ^-W~ t^^V&^a-^-^f RED CLOVER SEED.—ROSS houn, phone 4F11. 7u2titf Devoe Paints RESULT IN QUALITY JOBS Use our high grade paints and varnishes for every interior and exterior purpose. A complete line of new colors and finishes. Small and large quantities at equally moderate prices. We also sell all paint supplies. Use Clean-All for cleaning walls and woodwork. BOTSFORD Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. FOR SALE—105 SEED OATS, real good quality.—Mike Loss. 10u26tf WANTED TO BUY—LIGHT second hand car.—.Call at Frank Thompson's.^ ^^ 10p27 FOUND—PAIR OF CniLD"S~shoes. • Owner can have by paying cost of ! advertising. 13p27 FOR SALE — 1928 CHEVROLET. Priced reasonable. — Lawrence 01son,_Algon-a FOR SALE— seed; priced reasonably. — Roscoe Miuvdsley. Burt. llp25-28 SEED OATS FOR SALE—105 AND Infold.—J. j. Wadleigh, Lu Verne, phone 2F2. 12p27 POTATOES FOR SALE — GOOD quality baking.—,H. G. Benschoter, phone 21F11. 10>p25-27 FOR SALE—BALED HAY, $7 per ton. Can b« seen at fairgrounds. —P. H. Kirtoy, phone 3J. 15u27 FOR SALE—15 HEAD horses'and colts.—Barley Hanson, 2 miles east and 2 miles north of Wes- 18p27-29 REO SEDAN, EXTRA-GOOD CON- dition in every respect, for sale or trade for truck.—Call 6'27-W. &27-2S FOR SALE—BOSTON BULL PUP- pies, 7 weeks old; also Persian kittens.—Hugh Pierce, 415 W. McGregor. 14 p 27 FOR SAiLE — SKBLGAS STOVE with wood-coal combination, Kmiball piano, a good building lot. —Bertha E. Johnson, phone 491-W Algona. - 22p27 GERMAN PEAT MOSS, *2.50 per full bale. Chick starter, $2.00 per cwt., feeder free.—Algona Flour £. Feed C 19u27-28 FOR SALE—THREE HOLSTEIN cows, two calves at aide. Fresh second time.—iF. C. Dacken, 4 miles east of Burt. 19p27 FOR SALE—HOME GROWN IL- lini soy beans; $1.50 per bu. a t farm 2 miles west, 1 south of Burt certificate. No questions asked Leave wiht Advance and set re- ward - 34p27-28 —Carl Bahlin-g. 27u27 FOR SALE—ABERDEEN ANGUS bulls, serviceable age; also a few heifers.—Geo. W. Hildman, 2 miles north, hall mile east of Wesley. 21(2)26-27 FOR SALE—NORTHERN GROWN soy beans, manchu and mini, germination tested, $1.75 bu. at farm 1% miles north of Corwith.— A. E. Mullins. 22(2)25tf CLOVER $4.50, $6.00 and $7.00f Alfalfa 13.20, fS.OO, $7.00; all per bushel. Postal card us today for circular and samples. Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, la. 25(2125-27 STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY-JRe~ liable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth. No experience M ^^ needed - Write today.— McNESS CO., Dept. B, Freeport, 26p27 - ctuyij { FOR SALE--ONE USED OLIVER gang plow, two 3-bottom tractor plows, one Wallace tractor, and one fwm City tractor, one 1932 Chevrolet 4-door sedan.—Albert Garage Algona. BB ' WRECKING 1932 OHEV 6 Dual wheels, 6 30x5 tires, cylin- ana SerSar^/rSS =i 6 . lben G ™**> -i| OST, DAY BEFORE MEMORIAL aay, 1933, pocketbook containing oney and bank certificate ol de- aslt. Finder keep money. Ten ( dollars cash, reward for return of NOTICE: W THE PARTY advises me (in an anonymous letter) to save trouble and money by not hiring the wrong school-teach er will make ihiniself known and state iiis objections they will receive careful and courteous consid eration.-<!arl Albright. 3Sp27 YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND some- thmK of interest for every member of your family i n the Sunday Chicago Herald and -Examiner. Make sure of getting your copy ev- erp week by ordering The Sunday Chicago Herald and Examiner now from your newsdealer. 40-37 RAWLBIQH MEN MAKE GOOD money. Supply everyday house- nf snn le / eS M tieS to Rawle >£u routes of 800 family users in Algona. Ambitious men can start earning $25 weekly and up. We furnish every- thin-r but the car. Write immedi- - Rawleigh Co., Dept. IA-114- A^Freeport. 111. 41(2)25 and 37 — — _ ANNOUNCEMENTS I WILL BE A CANDIDATE FOR the nomination for sheriff in the June primaries subject to the will ?!^ e . re publican voters of , i WISH TO ANNOUNCE~THAan wil be a candidate for thedem- ocratie nomination for county r™- order, subject to the win * for county treasurer su^ect ta the republican primaries^ w Pearson, Algoua. nrrn See Our New GenerallElectric and Westinghouse Refrigerators Belts-no Stuf« ng Boxe S -Nothiug to Oil. Pratt Hectric Co. PHONE 170

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