Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1937 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 30, 1937
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KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA — — ^^^^^••'^^•••••••••ii»»^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iii^____^^^!~!iS^Li^£-H:£HiljL-£~f±J^J.^ , m ^^_^__^ —J _^_ J ^ J ^^ JmJ _^.... 1 UJjjHnA v \rn BotKLedyard Quints Are Easy Victors Qwr Grant ConsolidatedT^ B °J5 AML1^^ —~ Here's the Complete Schedule of Algona and North Central Conference Baskethnl^ BOYS & GIRLS PLAY SECONDS IN TWO GAMES Ledyard, Nov. 29—Last week Tuesday night the local boys' and girls' basketball teams played Grant at Grant, and the Ledyard girls won, 46-8, the local seconds all playing in the second half. The boys' game was also won by X.ed- yard, 30-13, and the local seconds had a part in the game. From Ledyard attending were: Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. J H Welfare, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes, son Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara, daughter Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, daughter Marjorie, Irvin Klinksiek, Wilson Brack, Mrs. Holt, Misses Archer, Cappcl and Stofflet, Mr. , Morris, Doris WeWlfare, Doris McDonald, Luetta Gelhaus, Mrs. Paul Gelhaus, daughter Deloris, Mrs. Herbert Brand, Hollandale, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jay Blomc, and the Otto Ececes. Teachers Leave for Thanksgiving— The teachers all left Wednesday for Thanksgiving visits: Mr. and Mrs. Holt went to Northwood to Tlsit Mr. Holt's parents; Miss Doores, with Miss Basley, to Minneapolis; Mr. Morris, to his home at Nashua; Mrs. Smith, to her home at Swea City; Miss Galagan, to her home at .Rockwell; Miss, Cappel, to her home at Independence; Miss Stofflet, to her home at Cedar Rapids; Miss Archer, to her home at Sioux Falls; Supt. and Mrs. Granner, to Hardy, guests of Mrs. Granner's father. Elizabeth MiHer Phyllie. Sings at E. L. Rally Robert Morris, music teacher here, sang a solo on the program of a sub-district Epworth League rally at Lakota last week Monday evening, and Alvira Halvorson was his accompanist. Osteopathlc Doctor Speaks— Last week Monday Doctor Swanson, of the osteopathy college at Kirksville, Mo., spoke before the school pupils on What Do You Want to Do? Hunting in the North- Paul Gelhaus was in the North last week, hunting, and Herbert Brand, Hollandale, was with him. Mrs. Brand stayed with Mrs. Gelhaus. Ledyard Girl to College— Opal Carhus is at Cedar Falls, where she has entered the state Teachers college for the winter ;erm. little Girl Ifiis Kirt.hduy— Last week Monday was Beverly Eashara's fourth birthday, and five little friends, with the mothers, were entertained. The children played games, than lunch was served. The guests were Mrs. H. D. Mayne, son Wallace, Mrs. Fred Ploeger. daughter Carolyn, Mrs. Tom Walsh, daughter Margaret, Mrs. Paul Nitz, daughter Joyce. Collegians ("Jive Thanks Here- College students who came "Wednesday for Thanksgiving wore Kdith Logan. Coo. Cedar Rapids; C'loo Gsiblo, Waldorf, Forest City; Evelyn Mayno and Henrietta 6'- Kcefe, Hamilton business college, Mason City; and Muriel Reece, Penn college, Oskaloosa. Gels Itiisiiioss College Diploma- Phyllis Togeson wont to Mason City last week Monday evening to get her diploma from the Hamilton •business college. She has been em-. Ployed tit the local |, an ic since last! summer. Harold Horzog and Marvi Other Ledyard News. Mrs. Le Roy Anderson and Fred Anderson, Radcliffe, and the Wil- 'iam Wiemers were Thanksgiving quests at L. W. Wiemer's. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus and the Ralph Tohnsons were at J. H. Welfare's; Ur. and Mrs. Milo Halverson, Mrs. Bernard Olson, and Wanda Hudson, ill of Buffalo Center, at Edward -lalverson's; Mrs. Margaret Looft, Swea City, at Albert Looft's. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes entertained the Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Barnes, Blue Earth, and a daughter, the Ernest Jergensons, of Elmore, the Aeilt Troffs, Ledyard, Opal Carhus, Mrs. Barne's sister, Mrs. Harvey Minkler, Rolfe, Mr. Minkler, sons Floyd and daughter Hone, at Thanksgiving dinner. D. A. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter, and Marjorie Malzener were at Fairmont for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. William Neuenfeldt and the Floyd Bar- hitcs, Alden, and the Reuben Neu- enfeldts, Minneapolis, were Thanksgiving guests at H. D. Mayne's. Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh, Algona, their daughter Peggy, the Irvin and the Samuel Links', Swea City, the Merle McAninches and Lois Link, Rolfe, the Ira Links, Des Moines, and the Dowey Links, Waterloo, were at D. A.' Link's Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle McAninch, a son, and Lois Link, Rolfe, the Dore Freeh family. Algona, and the Ervin Links, Swea City, were at D. A. Link's last week Sunday, helping the elder Mr. Link celebrate a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, with their son Duane, were at Fairmont for Thanksgiving. Doctor Storey's parents from Cedar Rapids were at his home. The William Garrys were at Rochester. The Edward Christs, the George lleetlands, Lakota, Mrs. Leland DATE Nov. 22 Nov. 23 Nov. 26 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 10 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 AIGOJTA Emmetsburg (there Lu Verne (here Webster City (there Gtlmoro City (here Clarion (here Clear Lake (here Iowa Falls (here; Cagle Grove (there) Evermore (here] Kossuth County Boys' Basketball Tournament (here) lumboldt (here) lear Lake (there) wea City • (here) lampton (there) CLARION Dows (there Clear Lake (here Eagle Grove (there Algona (there Webster City (hore) Humboldt '(here) Hampton (here) Dows (here) owa Falls (there) agle Grove (here) lampton (there) lear Lake (there) owa Falls (here) CLEAR LAKE Klemme/Ventura. (here Clarion (there New Hampton (here Mason City (there Algona (there! Sagle Grove (here) Jason, City (here) owa Falls (there) lumboldt (here) Hampton (here) Algona (here) Webster City (there) larion (here) EAGLE GROVE Garner (here; Humboldt (there) Dlarion (here; Hampton (here; Iowa Falls (here) Clear Lake (there) Goldfield (there) Algona (here) Fort Dodge (here) Webster City (here) Clarion (there) owa Falls (there) Goldfield (?) (here) Vebster City (there) lumboldt (here) HAMl'TON Dows (here) Iowa Falls (here) Eagle Grove (there) Iowa Falls (there) Humboldt (there) Sheffield (here) Webster City "(there) Waverly (here) Marlon (there) Nevada (there) Mason City (there) }lear Lake (there) )ows / (there), Clarion (here) Ackley (hore) Algona (here) HtMlOLDT Alumni . (here; Llvermore (here) Fort Dodge (there) Eagle Grovo (here) Iowa Falls (there) Rolfe (there-) Hampton (here) Llvermore (there) Clarion (there) Webster City (here) Clear Lake (there) Manson (here) Algona (there) •lumboldt Co. Tournament. Renwick Little Nine Tournament Eagle Grove (there) IOWA FALLS ^ Eldora (thor Hampton (t ncr Humboldt (her Hampton (her Eagle Grove (then Algona (then Eldora (h en Clear Lake (hen Webater City (hen Clarion (here Eagle Grove (hen Webster City (ther Clarion (then '.Marion Fort n,, u Humboldt Iowa Fulls Swea City, her children, the Ted Gables, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gable were Thanksgiving guests at Conrad Gable's. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gable are visiting at Pequot, Minn., and in their absence Donald Mayne is staying with the Gable boys and helping with the chores. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller attended a gathering of the Miller children at the parental home at Elmore on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Lynch and the Jack Krobsbachs visited the sister, Mrs. James Palmer, at Sumner, on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. J. H. Welfare and her daughter Doris visited Mrs. Margaret Looft at Swea City last week Monday afternoon. The Andrew Jorgensons, of California, visited from last week Monday till Friday at the parental P. C. Jorgenson's. D. A. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter, and Marjorie Mntz- oner were at Minneapolis last week ' Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Helferty, MIT,. J. H. Welfare, and the hitter's daughter Doris wore at Fairmont last week Tuesday. Fred Munyer and Paul Nitz drove to Minneapolis a few days ago and brought back a feed grinder." The Edward Hagges, of Buffalo Center, visited the George Hagges (there) (hete| (here). (then) (ther,) Grove last week Tuesday evening. The Arthur and Alfred Zielskes and Herb Zielske were at Richard Zielske's for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and her daughters were Thanksgiving guests at the Paul Gelhaus home. Air. and Mrs. George Looft were at Fairmont on Friday. REWRITES liriofs suinninrizing priii- cipnl news in last Thursday's Upper Bos Moines. AMOXG OLD CASKS dismissed by Judge F. C. Davidson Wednesday were two divorce suits: Sena Martinson vs. Elling Martinson, and Rose Robinson vs. James A. Robinson. Tho case of H w pletch m W. M. Geermg was also dismissed. Petit jury cases will start this week with a damage suit, John L. Campbell vs. Edw. Wilson, for $16750, the result of an automobile accident last December in Cerro Gordo county. Other jury cases are WHdin vs. Struecker, Lincoln Joint Stock Land bank vs. Eisenbacher and Lamutli vs. Hegarty. N. Clay- ton Fisher, Swea City, has been sentenced to five years at Anamosa for larceny of domestic fowls. THE AMERICAN" Legion post has outlined its schedule of programs for the coming year, with discussions at the first three or four monthly meetings centering on farm problems. The topic December 7 will be farm management land seed; January 4 livestock and (feed; February 1 dairying; March [1 poultry and bees. In April the .subject will be highway safety, and the May meeting will concern junior baseball. County Agent Brown will lead the farm discussions, and speakers will be allowed to talk ten minutes each. TWO KOSSUTH 1VOMKN have been sterilized, county records show. One was an over-developed Algona girl whose guardian gave consent, the other the mother of eight children in a family living "on the county." A few other women with large families have asked for sterilization, but were denied by the state on the ground that "too much family" is not sufficent reason for it where there is no disease in either parent which makes it advisable. A NORTH KOSSUTH baseball jleague was organized last week j Tuesday evening by Bancroft, Swea j City, Titonka, Whittemore, Wesley, and Lotts Creek fans. Jeff Hanifan, Swea City, is president; Oliver Long, Wesley, vice; Nick Geagler, Lotts Creek, secretary-treasurer. By-laws will be adopted at a January meeting. THIRTY-FIVE Lotts Creek children, under parochial school direction of teacher, William Schmiel, presented a program of duets and group singing over WOI, Ames ra- ( dio station, Saturday from 11:30 | till noon. It was Mr. Schmiel's fourth broadcast. FRED OJTNEff, Titonka farmer, suffered both bones in his right ankle broken one day last week, when his tractor backed up and ran over the foot. He was abie to mount the machine and drive it to a farmhome for help. 3S'W OFFICIALS of the county warehausc board are George Butterfield, president; A. H. Bonnstot- ter, former representative, vice; H. J. Bode, secretary-treasurer; Henry Weber and 0. L. Torson, directors. STOP SIGNS have been set up on the county road a mile east of St. Joe where two persons from Des Moines were killed in an auto accident a few weeks ago. There is' a dangerous corner there. WILLIAM RLSTAU, Lu Verne, suffered cuts and bruises a week ago Friday, when his car collided with a truck driven by Mrs. Wm. Ramus Jr., at a point west of the 0. J. Marty farm. TWENTY-SIX neighbors husked 1500 bushels of corn for Ervin Gerber, seven miles southwest of Algona last week Monday. There has been sickness in the Gerber homo. NOTICE FOR TAX DEED KOSSUTH COUNTY CERTIFICATE NO. 1235 To E. V. Swotting, his heirs and assigns: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 7th day of December, 1936, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wit: Lot three (3) in block one hundred eighty-one (181), Call's addition to the City of Algona. was sold by the Treasurer of Kossuth County for taxes due and delinquent to Homer Anderson, who is now the lawful owner and holder of said Certificate of Purchase. That the right of redemption will expire and a de«d for said real estate will be made by the Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, unless redemption therefrom be made within ninety (90) days from the | completed service of this notice. Dated this 19th day of November, 1937. ,, HOMER Al, ufil Owner and l, ok | er „, 1U-1J Ci ,t c of NOTICE OF No. 4321, State of Iowa. Kossuth In District Court term, 1937. To AH Whom It Hay Concern'' You are hereby notified, Us' instrument of writing pu tM to be tho lant Will and Testa of Henry Pcitxkc, deceased,) November 19, W30, having this day riled, opened a Monday, the 13th day of ™ 1037, is fixed for hearing ptoiil same at tho Court House in gona, Iowa, before the Court of said County, or I nf said Court; and'at ten ( a. m., of the day above mei all persons interested are 1 notified and roiiuirod to a,, and show cause if any they . why said instrument should nil] probated and allowed as aiilf the lost Will and Testament | said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Xoi 13, 1037. (Seal) KATHARINE Clnrk of District I Alma Pearson,! E. C. MrMAIIO.V, Attorney. High Values! Rock Bottom Prices! • New Merchandise! An Unusual Event! SUITS Regular $18.50, $22.50 Suits, All New Suits, Variety of Styles, Weaves SJC.85 Regular $24.50 and $27.50 Suite, made $91.85 21 Regular $30 and $32.50 Values, Made by Michaels-Stern $9C.85 26 Regular $35 Suits, Made by Michaels- Stern now $00.85 29 O'COATS Regular $12.50 Overcoats, Blue Meltons, Half Belts, 100 Percent Wool $Q.S5 Regular $18.50 and $20 Boucles, Mohairs Half and Full Belts $.85 14 Regular $22.50 Overcoats, Made by Curlee, New Styles, Double, Single Breast $85 16 Regular $24.50, $27.50, Finest Tailoring, Genuine Alpaca Fleeces, Full Line A Personal Guarantee We personally guaiiaiitee that every Suit and Overcoat in tliis sale is new fall merchandise. $21-85 Sale Begins Wednesday, Dec. 1, Continuing for 10 Day NISBACH CLOTHING FOR MEN'S All we ask Is that you look ftt bargains. Here's tfte

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