Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA Cupid Reaps Burt Harvest FLORENCE STOW, BURT GIRL, 3RD BRIDE IN WEEK Dittmers, of Good Hope, Attend Family Reunion brides, when Florence, youngest daughter of was Mr. and Mrs. J. to C'ecil, i Good Hope, Juue 6—C. L. and Ed other, aud is yet to be done. Our ! Dittmer joined their brothers next reference to the subject In ; Henry, George, and Martin Dittmer, | these items will be to invite you 'of Delaware county, at their only lout to enjoy the finished work with sister Mrs. Mary Von Berg's, Al- us. John 1{(M(1 Ahpd Agnln— Jol.n Reid has again been confined to bed, during the last two ' unio Dittmer clan. Dr. Ernp . est Dittmer, Manchester, was the ' ' to be present. The •Mr n mi Mre v At fnrifrP f Unn list • u "°^ and "MI'S. "llickma'n," ¥t."paul, week:, with recurrence of painful Mr. and Mis. N. M. Godfiedson, last .„ , , .,„.._, „„ Mrs> imuscie and nerve troubles of which he lr.\s been a victim during the last year and a half. . . . . . .. daughter of Thursday evening at Fanmont, the,,. _ » , Walter Blair Congreation minister, performing the ceremony. ' The couple were attended by Grace V °» were participants. dnss Hns Picnic _ The A 'itruri'an Sunday school Wood Serves as Judpe— Godfredson and Elmer Ewoidt. The; clasg of thc Good Hope cnurch llnd j The Rev. A. H. Wood was at Fen- bride, who is a graduate of the a p j cnic dinner on the W. J. Bourne' ton Monday evening, as judge in a Burt high school, taught a rural j farm lawn Sunday. The refreshing ! sub-district Bible story-telling con- school a year or two, but has re-; RnO wer of the early morning was a | test for the Methodist church in cently been employed at the Beck-; fine 1)r0 p ar ation for thc happy af-! thc Algona district. worth Cafe. The bridegroom came fnh . ^.p-itu- Clover! hv 45 nart.ini- ,...„, _ . — William Dodds In Hospital- William Dodds has been at the Kossuth hospital since last Thursday, while having teeth extracted. Other Good Hope. The Fred Plumbs, Sexton, were guests at the Good Hope parsonage for supper Sunday evening. The family had been at Good Hope for the day for church services and the Altrurian picnic dinner. The Ferd Albrights were at Cherokee last week to see the husband and father, in the hospital there for treatment. It is hoped that he will be able to come home in a few weeks. Mrs. C. L. Dittmer was a dinner fair greatly enjoyed by 45 partici- here with his parents from Wiscon- j pants _ Those gaUlerings have be _ sin some years ago, and has been| comc regular annually, and are a farm hand. The newlyweds will j looked forward to with pleasurable live with the bridegroom's parents \ anticipations. for the present. Mrs. Godfredson i' ' , was the third Burt girl to become Busy lioes Meet Friday— a bride within less than a week. The regular meeting of the Busy Bees took place Friday at Mrs. Bertha Sarchett's. Forty-five members Schwieterts in Sunday Picnic- Mr, ami Mrs. W. R. Schwietert,'and guests were present; program:! Recifield, S. D., and Dorothy and piano solo, Dorothy Scott; songs, Norman Schwietert, Huron, S. D.,' Gerald Rhomstad; play, Zelda left Monday to visit relatives at: Long, Betty and Lettie Sarchett; Colesburg after spending a few j recitation. John Rhomstad; song, days at the Mrs. Bertha Schwietert j Ruth and Mary Lee Dearchs. Lunch and W. H. Schwietert homes. On , and a social hour followed. Sunday a family picnic was held at j the Mrs. Bertha Schwietert home,' Church Bedocoration Planned— at which the W. H. Schwietert fara- j The redecoration of the Good ily, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert Hope church, which it had hoped |guest of the Leonard Dittmers's'un- and Ada Schwietert. Algona, and ( would be an accomplished fact long [day. Merle Schwietert. Clear Lake, were; before this, has for varied reasons' present. W. R. and W. H. Schwie- been deferred from one date to an- tert are brothers and Dorothy and Norman are their uiece and nephew. Martha Madson is at Otto Engstrom's for a time. to bring home Raemond Koestler, who has been attending the I. S. T. p Muhleniiin I'omluots Services— 1 ' The Rc, v . W. G. Muhleman, dis- 1 Dr - R ' H - Thompson went to trict superintendent, preached at : Waverly Sunday and brought home the Methodist church Sunday llis wife and mtl ° son . wflo hatl morniiiL'. The Rev. Muhleman has beou spending a couple of weeks just returned from'a month's trip : "^ Mrs - Thompson's mother. Mission' Mrs. J. D. Taylor and son Bud, Elmore, Minn., visited Sunday at Bahling home. gave a to several Methodist fields in the south and most interesting account of his trip, tellinc of the work being done and also of the people and conditions that he found there. The Rev. Muhleman took a good many moving pictures of what he saw which he will show at a later date. the Mrs. August Mrs. Taylor is daughter. Mrs. Bahling's and Attends Sister's Wedding — Elveria Hoffman, Renwick, Lester Bonnstetter, Corwith, ited Sunday at the W. J. Lockwood home. Mrs. Lockwood and the two children returned with them to Renwick, where they will stay until after Wednesday, when Miss Marilda Pratt, student at the state university has come home to spend the summer with her parents, Druggist and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Betty Walker and Elinor Elston entertained about 42 young people at a lawn party at the home of the former Friday evening, June 1. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell will go to Crystal Lake Wednesday to preach the funeral sermon of a former parishoner Mrs. John Gilstrap. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, Hoffman and Mr. Bonnstetter are| Mr - and Mrs - D - M - Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Jandl fished at Lost Island lake Saturday. The Leonard Schmidts, Corwith, brought home Mrs. Paul Moore Sunday. She had been spending a few days with them. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley and baby went to Downsville, Wis., last week Tuesday to spend a week or to be married. Elveria Hoffman is Mrs. Lockwood's sister. Mr. Lockwood will go down, for the wedding. Farm Sells at $100 an Acre — Burt, June 5 — Gilbert Nelson recently sold his farm east of Burt to Sumner Parsons, Algona, for '$100 per acre. Mr. Nelson bought the farm only a year or two ago and made a nice profit on his vestment. The Nelsons have not'their son Paul, who has been decided yet what they will do. Mr. j tending Coe college. Parsons will move onto his new farm next spring. two with relatives. The P. F. Kriethes went to Des in- i Moines Friday aud brought home at- Irene Aten Graduated— The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten and two sons went to Cedar Falls early Monday morning to attend the graduation exercises of I. S. T. C., from which their daughter Irene was graduated. They brought her and their other daughter, Etta Mae, who has been visiting with them. her, back Iva Trunkhill Attends Weddinpr— Iva Trunkhill went to Osago to attend the wedding of a former college friend, Florentine Tied- manson. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill and her auut, Mrs. D. M. Stewart accompanied her as far as Rudd, where they visited Mrs. Archie Masters. "Will Attend Coe Summer School- Helen Thompson went to Cedar Rapids Thursday, where she will attend summer school at Coe college. She went with the Allen Salisburys, of Tipton, been visiting a few days at the H. A. Salisbury home. The C. F. Whalons and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus visited relatives of Mr. Whalen at Lu Verne, Minn., Sunday. Einer Morness and Dean Clapsaddle, Coe college students, returned home for the summer vacation last week. The Brink Shiplers, of Maxwell, spent the week-end at the Will Ringsdorfs and with other Burt relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart visited Mrs. Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Priinising, at West Bend, Sunday. Junior Schenck spent from Wednesday to Sunday at the home of his uncle, Horace Schenek, at Titonka. Dg White returned from Rochester, Minn., Friday. He came back with Dr. aud Mrs. Wallace, of Algona. William Toebben, Chicago, visited over Decoration day with his mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Four Corners The F. C. Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Nettie Rich, 16 present, and roll call was answered with riddles. Discussions were held on different topics, and a piano solo was played, by Mrs. Eulah Rich. A reading was given by Marjorie Drayton, and magazine articles were read by Edna Mitchell and Clara Drayton. The next meeting will be a joint picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park June 14. The Aeijelt Myers family, Ringsted, came to the parental J. P. Nickerson's Saturday evening, and treated Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson to an evening of movies at the Call theater, Algona. They also spent the night with the Nickersons, going home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walker's daughter Pearl, student nurse at St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, for the last year, got home Monday morning for a vacation. Evelyn Nickerson went to Britt last week Tuesday for a visit with the Fern Hulings. Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. Huling and Evelyn brought the elder Mr. Huling to Algona for treatment at Doctor Scanlan's and called on the J. P. Nickersons. The Quentin Bjustroms, the Cecil Bjustroms, the Orville Holdrens, Robert Walker, and Margaret Simpson spent Decoration day fish-' ing at High Lake. The Noble Mitchell and Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld families spent last week Wednesday at the same lake. Good luck was reported by both parties. The Carl Seips were Sunday evening callers at John Seip's, Algona, taking an ice cream treat with them. A nephew of the Seips, Darrol Burtis, Algona, came home with them for a few days. The Lewis Lowmans and Ralph Witham spent Saturday night fishing at Lost Island. VOTICE OP PRORATE OF WILL No. 3838. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court June term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting .o he the last Will and Testament of Henry Hoeck, deceased, dated November 25, 1932, having been his day filed, opened and read, the :8th day of June, 1934, is fixed 'or hearing proof of same at the ^ourt House in Algona, Iowa,before ;he District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at LO o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required ;o appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 22, 934. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. 36-38 Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sigurd and Axel who had! , oUir Christiansen, brother, Jas. M. K. Church House Cleaned— The members of the Ladies' Aid Christiansen, Friday. The Jas. Christiansens and Barbara Thompson visited relatives at Ringsted Sunday. The Legion and the Auxiliary society will clean the Methodist will meet this week Wednesday at church this week Wednesday and will have the monthly business meeting in the afternoon. Falls 25 Feet Off linrn— Fred Ryther received a bad gash in the head, when he fell about 25 feet from the top of the Don Fraser barn, where he was working. 3L Hi Parsonage Shingled— A group of Methodist men, under the direction of M. J. Ryerson shingled the parsonage last Friday and Saturday. Other Burt News. The Mrs. Walter Burckles and Mrs. Burckle's mother, Mrs. B. F. Wick wire, came last week Tuesday for Decoration day at J. H. Graham's, aud Mrs. Wickwire remained for a longer visit with her daughter, Mrs. Graham. Winsome Volentine went to Sanborn last week Wednesday after spending a few days at home. From there she left Thursday morning with friends for Hackensack, Minn., to spend a couple of weeks at Tusler Park. W. T. Trainer returned Friday from a two weeks trip with his son Estel, of Wiilaiar, Minn., on which they visited relatives at Evansville, Tell City, Gerald, and Derby. Ind., and Louisville, Ky. Virgil Schrader drove to Cedar Falls Friday and brought home his sister Helen and brother Clarence, who have been attending the I. S. T. college. They came home Saturday morning-. Mrs. Albert Bleich, Spring Valley, Minn., and her baby spent last the Legion hall. Lura Sewick spent Saturday with her friends, Lauretta and Beulah Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader visited relatives at Elmore, Minn., Sunday. The Sam Shiplers, Lakota, visited Sunday at the Earl Shipler home. Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children, Fenton, visited Burt friends Friday. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon at Mrs. W. W. Boettcher's. Lone Rock | *. i The Rev. Mr. Cole, Sioux City, spent Memorial day with the Simp- sous here. He was formerly minister at-Bancroft. Alice Angus, student at Park college, Parkville, Mo., has come home. She will teach her home school next year. The annual meeting of the telephone company was held Saturday, and J. M. Blanchard was reelected director. Mainard Genrich and Graham Godby, fraternity brothers at Ames, spent Memorial day at Fred Genrich's. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, of Irvington, spent Friday and Saturday with relatives here. Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Flaig, underwent a tonsillectomy Monday at Burt. Mrs. Fred Swan underwent a mastoid operation at Burt Satur- week with Albert's parents. Mr. ; day. and Mrs. W. E. Bleich, and Albert' The Charles Olsons, Burt, were came down for a week-end to take Sunday guests at William. Leeper'a them home. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Koeatler, Mrs. J&a. Christiansen and (laughter Betty went to Cedar Falls Friday . The Friday club meets this week with Mrs. James Ackarman. Eva Whitford, Cedar Falls, is visiting here. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION AND AI'PKATSMENT OF LAND FOU THE PURPOSE OF SECURING ROAD MATERIALS. TO LUCY M. FISH, SYLVIA M. LANNING, SADIE M. JUNKINS, EDGAR K. JUNKINS, FRANCIS E. McCHANE, HARRY Mc- CHANE, LUCY M. RICHMOND, E. J. MURTAGH, and all persons, companies, or corporations having any interest in any of the following described real estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that Kossuth county, Iowa, desires the condemnation of thc following described land, to-wit: All that part of the Southeast Quarter (SE',4) of the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Eight (8), Township Ninety-eight (98) North, Range Thirty (30) West of the Sth P. M., beginning at a point 33 feet North of the corner-stone at the Southeast (SE) corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1 ^) of said Section Eight (8), thence North 375 feet, thence West 550 feet, thence South 375 feet, thence East 550 feet, to the point of beginning, containing 4.73 acres and that such condemnation is sought for the following purpose, to-wit: For the purpose of securing same for gravel deposits to be used in surfacing highways. That a commission has been appointed as provided by law for the purpose of appraising the damages which will be caused by said condemnation. That said commissioners will on the 7th day of July, 1934, at ten o'clock a. m., visit said premises and proceed to appraise said damages at which time and place you may appear before the Commissioners, il you care to do so. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By MAURICE C. McMAHON, 38-41 County Attorney, NOTICE To All Landowners, Occupants, and Persons in Possession or Control of Lands, including Railroad Lands, within the Incorporation of Algona, Iowa: You are hereby notified that all weeds whether on the property or on the adjoining highway, must be cut at least twice during the growing season, the first cutting to be between June 15th and July 1st, .1934, and the second cutting not later than September 15th, 1934, said weeds being, to-wlt: Smooth dock, buckthorn, wild mustard, quack grass, sour or curled dock, Canada thistle, horse nettle, wild parsnip, wild carrot, Russian thistle and sow thistle before July 1st and again before August .15, 1934, and shoofly, burdock, C'ickelbur, wild sunflower, velvet weed before July 1 and again before September 15, or the v/eed commission will have said weeds destroyed and the cost thereof taxed to the owner of the property. FRANK GEIGEI,, Weed Commissioner, 38 Algona, Iowa. No. 3841. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court June Term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an 'nstr::roent of vHtius purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George Ferstl, deceased, dated May 6, 1924, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 25th day of June, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said ounty, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 21, 1934. E. J. McBVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. C. McMahon, Attorney. 37-39 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. HOWARD GIBSON, Plaintiff, vs. RUSSELL BAMSEY, MRS. RUSSELL BAMSEY, HORACE BAMSEY, ETHEL WALKER, C. P. WALKER, HELEN KARNIS, MIKE KARNIS, ARTHUR BAMSEY, FRANCIS HORTON, ARTHUR HORTON, BEULAH MILLER, FLOYD MILLER, KATIE BRIDLE, JAMES • BRIDLE, ETHEL OWENS, EDITH OWENS, Defendants. To Each and All of the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause will be filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, alleging that plaintiff and defendants are the owners of the following described premises, lo-wlt: Lots Five and Six (5 and G), Block Thirty-one (31), Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. That the same cannot be partitioned in kind; that the parties cannot agree upon a mutual division thereof or a sale thereof. The plaintiff is asking for a partition of said premises, for a sale thereof by the Court and division of the proceeds and for an accounting. Also for a judgment for costs. For further particulars see petition when on file. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the September term of said Court, which will convene at the Court House at Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 2-lth day of September, A. D. 1934, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by law. • Dated this 17th day of May, A. D. 1934. BEDELL fc BEDELL, 36-39 Attorneys for Plaintiff. ORIGINAL 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; ICATH- REN DIETER; VALANTINE HEIDERSCHEIDT; JOE HEI- DERSCHEIDT; JOHN 1 HBt- DERSCHEIDT; CHARLIE HEI- DERSCHEIDT; MIKE HEIDER- SCHEIDT; ADAM HEIDER- SCHEIDT; KATIE HEIDEIl- 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; J 0 II NNIE HEIDERSCHEIDT; JOHN BERKHIMER; KOSSUTH COUNTY; MRS. HENRY BONNSTETTER, sometimes known as Katie Bonnstetter; 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 Hcntges; 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 MAR- NACH; Defendants. To Said Defendants: You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now on file in the office of tho Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the -Petition of tho 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 tho real estate mortgage given to secure the above described note, which mortgage was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to tho 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: Tho South Half of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section 19, Township 94, Range 29, West of the Sth 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 Receiver. 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 tho District Court of Kossuth county, to be held at Algona, Iowa, commencing on tho 18th day of June, 1934, default will bo entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, BARNES, BARNES & WADSWORTH, 35-38 Attorneys for Plaintiff. If your are too nance yo ur Prompt, reatment. iiiiPi|l|l»lC K f H C VY IN N E R ? Two Husbands Are Unexpectedly Detained from Home o Which wife is likely to worry less? Your telephone connecfs you with those who ore away. You are close to everything and everybody by telephone. 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