Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 10
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|4iGBTWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA .THURSDAY New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments are too high we will refl- £iance your car for you. Prompt and courteous Jreatment. II. 2f. KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY ^Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa BUSINESS DIRECTORY School Year at Lone Rock Is Concluded Friday With Celebraig nnnnrtARl Aim VON DANK; LIZZIE SCHAL- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Forty-three and 13/100 (»11.448.13)^^^ -^ rKSIIiH/infl AN I Cr*vn Man nf Ir»wa LER ; KATIE VON BANK; ROSE STATE OF IOWA, Dollars and costs, taxed at one costs at m ,j / ()sls ««d , 1cc . I IIUUlIHIli HI1U l^wril ITlrtp Ul lOWrt STALLEMAN or STATTLE- KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Hundred Seventy-one and 00/100 highest biddm-' f^ Uctlon > to PROGRAM AND AWARDS MARK CLOSING DAY K088UTH COUNTT ADYANCB Weekly Newspaper Founded In 1901 Entered as Second-Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postoffle< at Algona, Towa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS .W. B. Quarton H. W. MlUei QUARTOX A MILLEB Law Offices. •phones: Office 427, residence 114 Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAE Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. OfOce phone 468-W. Algona, low* BtTLLIYAJf, McMAHON & V. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahor Li. B. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. 3., !0» B. E. McM., 403. Algona, lown HARRINGTON & LOWE B. J. Harrington J. D. Lowi Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 R. J. H. 44 Office over Postofflce. ». J. VAX NESS, G. W. 8TILLMU Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algena, low* O. D. Shumway E. D. KeUj SHUmVAY A KELLY Attorneys-at-Law efflce In Quinby Block 68 Algona, lowt L. A. AVINKEL Atttomey-at-Lair Office In Quinby Building Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank. i"Jione 206. Algona, Iowa. P. A. DANSOJf Attorney.At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office. 460-J.; Rea. J16 CAEBOL A. Attorney-at-Latr Office over Postofflce. Phone 65 Al^ona, la. Ju HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOS Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 Algon* DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Burgeon Office over Rexall Drug Stor* Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRETZMETER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. P. T. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Pfaonea: Office, 666; residence, 181 Algona, Iowa WALTER FBASEB, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Qtilnby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 ATELVITf 0. BOURNE Pliysictan and Surgeon Office in Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 111 W. ». ANDREWS, B. 0 Q*teopathlo Physician and S located in General Hospital. Phonea: Office 187. Ree. 688. DENTISTS ' . DR. H. M. OLSON "US"' Dentist O*a or noTOcalne «»ed for «* fraction. "located over Chriatensen Store. Fhonea; Business 166, residence 474 / Algona, Iowa Lone Rock, May 22 — Friday saw the close of another successful | school year. In the morning awards were given the following high j school students for basketball: j Eugene Blanchard, Roy Leeper, j Harlan Marlow. Gordon Priebe, I Russell Gross, Tommy Long, June ; Bierle, Muriel Long, Margaret Householder, Dorothy Bierstedt, Muriel Ackerson, Viola Bierle, and Delina Rogers. The following received letters for baseball: Eugene Blanchard, Tommy Long, Harlan Marlow, Gordon Priebe, Marvin Ackerson, IIS MAP, LENT TO THE ADVANCE by the Iowa State college Verne Dacken Roy Leeper^'philip A P ublication called Agricultural Economic Facts, is worth more Reillv, Glenn Burtis, Robert Glad- than a P assin & glance. In each county the first open column repre- • - ' - - • - • cents the average number of bushels of corn produced over a period of five years. The next open column represents the estimated crop last year. The third column, in black, represents the number of bushels now under seal; and the fourth column, in black, represents the average number of bushels shipped out of the county annually over the 8-year period between 1923 and 1931. Evidently we shall not ship much this year and the lack of income from that source will in part offset what was received on loans. Notice the low yields an<* the absence of sealed corn in southern and eastern Iowa. , stone and Dale Earing Medals were given some time ago to Kathrvn Stebritz, Philip Reilly and Dorothy Dacken for declamatory work The seniors were awarded the Balfour trophy Philip Reilly was honored as valedictorian, Ruby Cherland as salu- torian. " Awards were given for perfect I attendance in the grades by their teachers. Those receiving them; were Everett Ackerson and Cath-i erine Mae Householder, third and fourth grades; Lucille Genrich, Doris Mae Blanchard, and Terrence Padgett, fifth and sixth grades; Bernard Genrich, seventh and eighth grades. At noon a picnic was enjoyed. In the afternoon the Lone Rock baseball team defeated Swea City 11-5, Harland Marlow pitched for Lone Rock. Four boys played their final school game. Commencement exercises for the Senior class were held at the high school auditorium last week Monday evening. The program was: March, played by Mrs. Bishop; invocation, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone; song, In the Time of Roses, girls' glee club; address, Yesterday and Tomorrow, W. R. Hamilton; song, I Hear the Bees, girls' glee club; presentation of diplomas, J. M. Blanchard, president of the school board; benediction, the Rev. Mr. Gladstone, Honor Roll Students Named— The following high school students and grade pupils received an average of 90 per cent or more the past six weeks of school in their regular subject. Seniors: Philip Reilly, Ruby Cherland, June Bierle, Verne Dacken, all also on the semester honor roll. Juniors — Cleo Hobson, Margaret Gladstone, Coila Jane Hollister, all also on the semester honor roll; sophomores— Helen Lewis, Beryl Sanders, Raymond Nelson, first two on the honor roll; freshmen— Shirley Marlow, Bernard Riley, Delina Rogers, first two also on the honor roll Eighth grade: Jesse Blanchard, Marian Jensen, Chester Simpson Marjorie Jensen, all also on the honor roll; seventh—Bernard Gen- „ . -, rich, Bette Marlow, Arnold Reilly Commencement ] John Sprank, Charles Simpson; 1 'Commencement f irst four on the honor roll; sixth" •Mary Ann Flaig, Viola Sprank, Swea City Pastor Gives Seneca's Baccalaureate • Seneca, May 22—Baccalaureate services were held at the schoolhouse gymnasium Sunday evening and were exceptionally well attended. The Rev. G. iR. McDowell, •Methodist minister of Swea City, gave the sermon Pearl and Opal Nelson sang In the Garden. Members of the graduating class are Joyce Bassett, lone Bollig, Avis Byers, Jerrold Halvorsen, Adellai Homan, Irene Mueller, Harold Neilson, and Lorene .Mueller. Picnic Gathering at Osborn's— The following persons ate a picnic dinner Sunday on the William Osborn 'lawn in honor of visiting relatives: Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Turner, LaPorte City, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neilson, Waterloo; the Wilbert Richmonds and the William Browns, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton, Swea City; the Roy Osborns, Earl and Merle! Cooper, the Charles Osborns, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Bob Goetsch, Lester Osborn, Mrs. Anna Osborn, and Earl and Pauline Osborn. Pentecostal Services Held— Pentecostal services were (held at the Norwegian Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. The Rev. S. O. Sande, pastor, held morning service at ihis other charge at Otto- Vuanita Wegener, James Rathj Wallace Hobson, all on semester •oil. Fifth—Dorothy Jensen, Doris Mae Blanchard, Wllma Marlow, June Rahn, Roy Bierle, Mary Jane Hofius, Lucille Genrich, all on semester roll; fourth — Maxine Flaig, Dorothy Hobson, Kyrwood Qumn, Mervin Thompson, first two on the honor roll; third — Everett Ackerson, Virginia Frye, Catherine Mae Householder, Ruth Priebe, all on semester roll. Second—Luella Ackarman, Harvey Godden, Eugenia Mae Hofius Robert Marlow, Caroline Schaumberg, Laverne Schroeder, Betty A Tin OKn un TT_ 1 , » - * »•••,., VETERINARIANS I/. W. FOX i. B. TVINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona ghonea; Office, 475-W.: rea. 475-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL DfSUBAJfCE ASSOCIATION Orcr $16,000,000 worth ot Insurance to force. A home company. Safe Bocure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE yilgona, Iowa Ann Sharp, Harold Padgett, first seven on the semester roll;' first —Helen Jensen, Caroline Rath Donna Jean Thompson, Willard inompson, all also on the semester lonor roll. Eighth Birthday Observed— Mrs. Eugene Hofius entertained ast week Wednesday afternoon in lonor of her daughter Eugenia toe's eighth birthday. Attending: rs. H. J. Bacon and daughter tta Algona. Miss Householder. Ronald and Harold Nelson, Betty A.nn Sharp, Luella Ackarman, Lulla Bierle, Janice Milllgan. Carome Rath, Caroline Schaumberg nd Helen Jensen. Each received miniature doll as a place card. A. W. Lampes, of Ventura Sunday guesta at Jack . Willard Quinn accompan- ed them home for a visit. Mite Society Sleets— The Mite society met last Thursday with Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. Jack Quinn assisting. Scripture was read by Mrs. Genrich. followed by the Lord's prayer. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone gave a talk, The Happy Person. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Prank Flaig. Former Resident is Married— Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, Armstrong and V. L. Whalen, Dolliver, were married in Algona Saturday, the Rev. A. English officiating. Mrs. Whalen is a daughter of William and formerly resided sen. I'. II. Jensens Here Again— The P. H. Jensens, former Sene- cans wtoo have lived in Fort Dodge two years since moving from Fenton, have now moved to Mrs. Hans Jensen's .here. Commencement Exercises Held— Commencement exercises will be held this week Tuesday evening, .and Jdhn Farham, Odebolt, will deliver the address. Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Milieu Jensen and Mrs August Nelson attended com- mencement exercises at Swea Git last Thursday evening. The wo men's sister, Thelma Appelt, wa a graduate. Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mrs. Id Adolphson, Mrs. Anna Osborn Earl and Pauline Osborn, and Mrs Clarence Osborn were at Algon Saturday and visited tlie H. B. Ma sons. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden, 'Led yard, spent a week ago Saturda evening at C. E. Campbell's, an Mrs. 'Campbell went to Ledyar with them for a week's visit. The Guy Griffiths and Syilvi Jensen, Des Moines, came Satur day for an over-Sunday visit wit Mrs. Hans Jensen, moher of th women. Mrs. Al Anderson, Minneapolis spent Friday Tiigiht at Melvin Nor land's. The Norlands spent Sun day at Martin Norland's, Cylindei Mr. and Mrs. Devered .Swan v sited at Glen Burl's Sunday. Tli Fred Neilsons, Waterloo, spent th week-end at William Oshorn's. Eldora Struecker, of the Stat Teachers college, spent a wee ago Sunday with her .parents, Mr and Mrs. Herman Struecker. Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. An na Osborn and the daughter Paul ine visited last Thursday at Ott Kelly's in Grant township. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hedein, Cy linder, spent Sunday at Marti Thompson's, Mr Thompson is Mrs Hedem's fatlier. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle House an Violet Blakefield, Waterloo, visi ted last week with relatives an friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen an* Mrs. Jennie Jensen were 'Fairmon shoppers last week Wednesdaj evening. P. H. Jensen, Fort Dodge, was a Seneca and Fenton business caller a couple of days last week. Mrs. OlaE Funnemark, Wesley will entertain the Aid at her home on Decoration day. The rere Cameron here. Pish in Northern Minnesota— L. R. Roderick, Otto Jensen, son Russell, Alton Pettit, and Hans Nielson left Saturday evening on a fishing trip to Bowstring Lodge m northern Minnesota. Ath'iid Griu'Hinger Funeral— The 10. M. Jensens attended the funeral of Ruth Skow. cousin of Mrs. Jensen, in Graettinger last week Wednesday. Hoy's Hand Badly Scalded— Ralph Jr., small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulbert, scalded his right hand severely Friday. Cliim-h to Start at 9:15— This Sunday only church services will start at 9:45 a. m. Other Lone Rock. Andrew Soreuson, Gladys, Ella, and Arline Larson, all of Decorab, came last week Wednesday to visit their niece and sister respectively, Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Mrs. Priebe and brother, Leon Larson, who has stayed here the past school year, returned with them Saturday for an extended visit, Leon remaining at home. Orville Rosendahl, of Superior, came Friday evening, Mrs. William Krause returning with him for the week-end at their home. Mrs. Krause will spend this week with another daughter, Mrs. Forrest Rouse, at Ayrshire. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Knudsen and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. William Dick and two children, all of Silverton, Ore., arrived Saturday to visit at J. T. Cherland's. Mrs. Knudsen is a sister of Mrs. Cherland. Tommy Long is now assisting at the Priebe Bros, grocery. Muriel Long is working at the Clarence Theesfield home in Fenton. Lawrence Rath is now assisting at the Frederick Schultz store. The Frederick Ericksons, Granger, and Andrew Erickson, Sheldahl, spent the week-end at A. A. Krueger's. Mr. Erickson was formerly coach here. A. Erickson visited in Estherville. The Andrew Thomsens and Mr. and Mra. Victor Rogers spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday in Ames, with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hauck and three children, of Livermore, and the Edward Genriches, of Algona, were Sunday guests at Fred Genrich's. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and Mrs. Mary Jane Clarke, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cotton, were Sunday guests at W. J. Cotton's. The Raymond Bierstedts and Kathryn Stebritz were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bierstedt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sigsbee, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer attended commencement exercises at Swea City last Thursday evening. The Henry Schroeders, H. A. Wieners, and Edward Bierstedts attended a mission festival at the Lutheran church in Burt Sunday. Those sick are Frederick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Bernard Genrich, and James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Dorothy and Leona Bierstedt, and Walter Schmidt spent last week Wednesday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micka and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Whitney, of Milwaukee, Wis., spent Sunday in Eagle "rove at F. M. Whitney's. Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ello Rahn, is ill with bronchial pneumonia. Edith Worthington, R. N., has been on the case. Mrs. M. H. Schloeman and daughter Margaret, and Mrs. Odegaard, all of Estherville, spent Saturday at W. J. Cotton's. Mrs. Fred Flaig and children and Mrs. Jim Ackarman and children were Sunday guests at G. J. Burt's near Armstrong. Ollie Tyler, Granada, Minn., spent the week-end here. His son Wayne returned with him Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice visited Mr. Rice's sister, Mrs. Sam Ford, in Fort Dodge, last week Tuesday. James Hall, who has been employed at the R. T. Angus home, has returned to his home in Ames. Christian Endeavor held a farewell party at the church Thursday evennig for Mrs. Myrle Milligan. The Hugh and Lem Marlows drove to Spirit Lake Sunday visiting the Charles Hawks family. Charles Hawks left Sunday for .he John Geiztenauer farm, where he will spend the summer. Freshmen and sophomores held a party at William Nelson's last week Wednesday evening. The Delmar Angus family, of Al- jona, spent Sunday with his fam- ly, the R. T. Anguses. The Andrew Thomsons spent ast Thursday evening at Herman Madsen's, at Ringsted. Clarence Kraft went to Whittemore Sunday for an extended visit at Adolpb. Peril's, Lars Sorenson, of Algona, was a dinner guest at P. M. Christenson's Sunday evening. The Doyle Sanders family, Bancroft, spent Saturday with the Otis Sanders family. The Charles Olsons, Burt, were Friday guests of the Will Leepers. Legal* OKIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. June term, A. D. 1934. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN P. HEIDERSCHEIDT, Administrator of the Estate of Michael Heiderscheidt, deceased: ADAM HEIDERSCHEIDT; MATHEW HEIDERSCHEIDT; MAGGIE SIMON; KATHRIN JUCUM, otherwise known as Juchen- SUSIE ANDRE; ANNIE MARNACH; MARY FORMAN; VALANTINE DIETER; MIKE DIETER; TONIE DIETER; KATHREN DIETER; VALANTINE HEIDERSCHEIDT; JOE HEI- DERSCHEIDT; JOHN HEI- DERSCHEIDT; CHARLIE HEI- DERSCHEIDT; MIKE HEIDER- SCHEIDT; ADAM HEIDER- SCHEIDT; KATIE HEIDER- SCHEIDT WAGNER; DORA HEIDERSCHEIDT WAGN E R • MIKE VON BANK; PETER VON BANK; NICK VON BANK; JOE VON BANK; LIZZIE SCHALLER; KATIE VON BANK; ROSE STALLEMAN or STATTLE- MAN; MARY ORIGNER or ORIGER; MAGGIE YACKLEY; JOHNNIE HEIDERSCHEIDT; JOHN BERKHIMER; KOSSUTH COUNTY; MRS. HENRY BONNSTETTER, sometimes known as Katie Bounstetter; MRS. EUGENE WELTER, sometimes Known as Maggie Welter; MRS. JAKE MARTI, sometimes known as Anna Marti; MRS. HIRAM RIES, sometimes known as Mary Ries; MRS. GEORGE SCHALLER, sometimes known as Susie Schaller; MRS. CARL SATERN, sometimes known as Veronica Satern; HENRY MARNACH; MRS. LOU GABRIELSON, sometimes known as Lena Gabrielson; MIKE MARNACH; EUGENE MARNACH; MRS. MATT HENTGES, sometimes known as Katie Hentges; EMMA JUCKUM, sometimes known as Emma Juchem; HENRY JUCKUM, sometimes known as Henry Juchem; THOMAS JUCKUM, sometimes known as Thomas Juchem; ADAM JUCKUM, sometimes known as Adam Juchem; JOHN JUCKUM, sometimes known as John Juchem; MRS. PETER CAPSUSCIES, sometimes known as Mrs. Peter Capesius; PETER CAPSUSCIES, sometimes known as Peter Capesius; MATT HENTGES; JOHN SIMON; JOHN SIMON, Administrator of the Estate of Maggie Simon; SUSIE WAGNER; MARY LELAND; MIKE SIMON; NICK SIMON; MAGGIE ANDRE; ANNIE EISCHEN; THERESA VENEMA; WILLIAM MARNACH; Defendants. To Said Defendants: You and each of 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 Petition of the Plaintiff, claiming of you, the sum of $6,000.00 on account of your promissory note dated May 17, 1927, originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company, and endorsed to the Plaintiff herein; also for the foreclosure of the real estate mortgage given to secure the above described note, which mortgage was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the Plaintiff herein, together with interest on said note and penalty thereupon as provided in said note and mortgage given to secure it; also fees for the extension of the abstract, attorney fees, costs and taxes as provided by the terms of said mortgage, which mortgage covered the following described real estate in Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wit: The South Half of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section 19, Township 94, Range 29, West of the 5th P. M., containing 76 acres, more or less, according to the Government Survey thereof; and is recorded in Book 98, Page 320, of the records of Kossuth county, Iowa. Petition will also ask for the appointment of a Re ceiver. For further particulars, see Petition . Personal judgment is demanded against no one. And unless you appear and defend on or before noon of the second day of the June Term of the District Court of Kossuth county to be held at Algona, Iowa, commencing on the 18th day of June 1934, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, BARNES, BARNES & WADSWORTH, 35-38 Attorneys for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said court on the 17th day of May, 1934, in favor of Jessie Dal- ziei, as plaintiff, and against The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Thirty-one (31), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., as defendant, for the sum of Slevcn Thousand Four Hundred Forty-three and 13/100 ($11,443.13) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Seventy-one and 00/100 ($171.00) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real nronerty as the property of the said Harriet Rose Sabin, John Sabln, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Thirty-one . (31), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. 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