Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1938 · Page 3
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JAMJARt 27, 1938. T OXLEY, WHA YOUTH IT GORWITH \ Jan. 25 — A wedding §' Wednesday, January ft at Mr. and Mrs. Clar- N in which tJhe daugh- ' became the bride of riis, Kanawha, son. of Ids Sire. Pearl Burns, Clark, 11!:' leigBohn's wedding march 1. by Mrs. W. H. Wick' the couple tookyploces ecoroted arch in tho liv- A single-ring ceremony rmed by the Rev. Karl _.., left pastor of the Cor- i|Methodiist church. -Jfil.bMde was attired in royal jlfiefiiriiisparent violet, with blue '^wifAif 'accessories, and carried '"roses. She was ctttond- slster Ruth, who wore with wine-colored ac- Mr. Burns was attend- Smidt, Brlrtt. Precod- . Terry Long sang ijTpu Truly, aicoompanied by Ledyard's Reformed S. S. to Name Officers Sunday Ledyurd, Jan. 25—'Next Sunday ho services at the Reformed church will be in English. The S. S. officers will present their reports, and officers will be elected. At the morning services two offi- ers will bo Installed. Ralph Johnson la elder, and Fred Ploeger Is deacon. Copies of the annual financial report will be given out. Mrs. Maync's Mother Laid Up— Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne, with ,he son Wallace, drove to Alden Sunday to visit Mrs. Mayne's mother, Mrs. Gus Nuenfeldt, who _s still a patient with a broken hip which she suffered in a fall on ice some months ago. Teachers Away for Week-End— Evelyn Cappel spent the weekend at her home at Independence Arlene Archer visited friends at Cedar Falls, and Robert Morris was at his Nashua home. Chlcagoans are Visitors— Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, Chicago, have been visiting the Gus Andersons and at Fosgren's at Swea City. Anton is a painter, and this is his dull season. Sophomore Sponsor Is Host- Mr, and Mrs. John Holt and Mr and Mrs. Walter Hans •lolt is sophomore sponsor, Trent for the 11. 1J. Hojs— Walter Hans treated the basket ball boys to an oyster stew at the Mrs. Lee Williams assisting. >Sdecorations were of blue silver, centered with bells. A wedding served by neighbors si Raber, Mrs. Clarenc< [re. Max Sloan, and Mrs Fohn Wilhito. '" e left immediately fo relatives in South Da at the_wedding were Mrs. Ifllir^lir. and Mrs. Carl Shultz, " and Mrs. Prank Izzard, _-..«,— . Mrs. Kenneth Burns, IpiSfHllyard, Mrs. Hazel Raber, [riSClairencp, Smith, Mrs. John A1 ilmt(B^Mrs..Max Sloan, Mrs. W. Terry Long, Vivian Oxley, and Katie Stead. Demonstration Given— Deere demonstration Wednesday sponsored by company, and the local .tives, E. D. Miller,. W. and the Risvold Bros, house was a big suc- an . t Field men representing | $iustpnsTwere in charge of a dem- Qnfifittpn In the Legion hall, and 500 farmers attended steve "f'. „ which consisted of^rt Mitchell. :ing picture presentations Preac i, er Brothers Have of equipment ipro- - - the company, and • con- mtertoined he sophomores- at a party at the Hans home Sunday eve ning. Mr. Matzoner cafe Saurday Other Ledyard Ifews. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wicker, ;hree daughters, and a son visited ;hc Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Depping here Thursday. The Wackers have been friends of the Deppings since Mr. Depping served th(f Reformed church at Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and the son Duane were, Sunday guests of the Rev. anc Hammer, Lakota. A. Kittley, Hardy, and Dale Kittley, spent end with the daughter, Granner. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA PAGE Ilev. and Mrs. Car! Hammer. James Altwegg, Algona, was a caller at I. E. Wortman's and H. east of town, has been sick ten days with what appears to be congestion of the lunge. She has also had severe attacks of yawning, p. Mussman's Friday evening. which seem to be hard to control, • —• and they have caused diaphram ANNUAL MKETIJfO pain and inflammation. Mrs. Hagge is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen, southeast of town. svenlng. the POSTPONE!) UNTIL FKMIUARY 8, 11)33. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the regular Annual Meeting of the Stockholders and Subscribers to Capital Stock of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company, according to Article Ten of the Missionary Society Has Program- Thc Presbyterian Missionary so- clcity was entertained last week ' Articles "of Incorporation, shall be Thursday by Mesdames William, held in Algona, Iowa, on the last Schroeder and Hilmer Hanson. At- Saturday in January, 1938, for the ter a business meeting a program purpose of election of directors Mrs. Carl With Mabel the week- Mrs. H. M. was given: group singing; devotions, led by Mrs. Jorry Ukena; book review, This Moslem World, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht; group singing. Forty women attended. Jlen Farrow Much Better- Ben Farrow, who has been sick for several weeks, is much improved and able to be outdoors again. He has always been an active outdoor man, and it was hard for him to keep indoors. Mr. Farrow Is a carpenter and contractor, and he also operates a threshing ranner. machine in season. Mr. and Mrs. Willlans, of JRed- ding, spent the week-end at their daughter, Mrs. Wm. E. wiemer's. The George Jacobsens, Matawan, Minn., were Sundiiy guests at the parental Mrs. Anderson's. •Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl, F<Jr- est City, and their son (Roger spent Sunday at Clifton Eng«by's. fleclamatory Contest at H. The high school will have a declamatory elimination contests in the humorous and dramatic classes this week. Members of the faculty will act as judges. The contestants are: Dramatics—Veronica Kelch, Virginia Walley, Lillian Clapsaddle, Lois Esoher, Dorothy Hilyard, Maxine Perkins, Evelyn Weber, Delma Marr; humorous—Lola Hunsley, Jane Wolf, Harriet Oxley, Leona Thompson, Dorothy Ann Welter, Lewis Hil-' yard, Darlene Dean. Boy Scouts Pass Tests— Fourteen Boy Scouts attended a meeting one night last week at the schoolhouse, and the time was spent at studying trees. Scout tests were passed by Junior Oxley, Wayne Woodbury, Raymond Riggle, Jimmie Galloway, Ronald Bill Robinson, and Rob- Attend Funeral in Minnesota.— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman drove to Zumbrota, Minn., lost week Monday to attend the funeral of William Manthei, father of Mrs. D. C. Keister, Elmore. Mrs. Keister is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Mussman.- Mrs. Marie Ebert stayed with Grandma Mussman. LAKOTA YOUTH RUNS LAUNCH FOR THE NAVY Lakota, Jan. 25 — :3. 0. Slack, who is spending the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Bradford Buf- Mrs. John 1IIU Improved— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill, of flngton, near Titbnka, Saturday and called Geilenfeld. Neil, son ^ith a pastoral story, ily Valley." Free lunch The Rev. and Mrs. Allan Williams, Minnesota, have been visit- iing the former's brother and the * *v Hatter's wife, the Rev. and Mrs. at noon, and at ^the j paul W ini ams . The Rev. Allan Wllliains i8 pastor of the Bralnerd made his home here with the Gei- lenfelds when he a tended and was graduated from tie local high school. Later Neil navy, and he is now S. Dewey, off San Eiego, Calif., was in town on of Doctor E. 0., joined the on the U. S. and runs a launch 1 rom ship to Fond du Lac, Wis., who had been ,wlth Clarence's mother, Mrs. John #111, during her recent illness, have gone home. Mrs. Hill is reported improving, but slowly, and hopes are held for her ultimate recovery. Lincoln Township Board Meets— The Lincoln township board of trustees and the clerk met at the Record office Monday and held its annual meeting scheduled to adopt a road grading and graveling program for submission to the board of supervisors. Roland Gabels are Leaving— Roland Gabel has accepted employment with the Swea City hatchery, and is now at work 'or the coming year and for receiving and, if approved, ratifying and confirming all tho acts and irocGodings of the Board of Directors of the corporation done and taken during the preceding year, and for the transaction of such further and other business as may properly come before the meeting. At a meeting of the Board of Directors on January 14, 1933, it was unanimously agreed upon to postpone the Annual Meeting of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company to February 5, 1938, at 12:30 p. m. in the High School Auditorium because of a High School Basketball Tournament being held on January 29, 1938, at 12:30 p. m. The board unanimously agreed that they would meet in the High School Auditorium on January 29, 1938, and transact the postponement of the Annual Meeting to February 5, 1938, at which time the Superintendent of the High School has agreed that we may use the High School gymnasium and Auditor- urn. Tho Methodist ladies have agreed to serve the dinner. Very truly yours, M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, 18-19 Secretary. ;'of ;: the afternoon equipment away to local farmers. Masterson will wear a sev- ;rees lighter complexion ier because of a tractor Ex-Ln Melvin Severns will Mrs. squeak in his tractor- !gB -because • of 'ten -pounds of _j, I gearing-grease; arid Ralph K" wont lose any wheels on because he has a fine and Nashville, churches. Minn., Baptist >rs Hold Installation _ camp of the Royal eigblwrs held Installation at the " •ins'hftH l aat week Thursday, i*lS' 5 Mrs. Kafcherlne Francis ibell Oxley In charge. Of- ^icerlfjnstalled were: Oracle, El- KiV;eriftlsfe s Bonnstetter; vice-oracle, "Bonnsitetter; past oracle, recorder, Mary receiver, Tillie Gee; Ruby Galloway; assist- Lenna Walley; Inner Katherine Francis; outer BinW, Lucia Studer; managers, jafMartin and Amy Foley; the ^graces—AVma Carlson, Eva Jeonette Woods, Burlette _,„, arid •."ArinabeU 1 'Oxley; iiiarer, Feme Severns. Mrs. trorilap arid Mrs: Abble Mau bostesses and served lunch. Yerne Woman Sick— W. H. Perkins was called to Nortlh Platte, Neb., a week ago by > word of the serious sickness of her mother, Mrs. Ada Robinson. Mrs. Perkins, her sister, Mrs. Harry Lichty, Lu Verne, and the latter's husband drove to North Platte. aft"' ^Elmer Wilson -undt^of' the ' Auxiliary met test week at the Legion hall, 13 at- 6 , Plans were laid to spon- .Fidac essay contest in the tlh high school, with cash The subject is The Spirit ,„„ as Exemplified by the of the Unknown Soldier. A foster contest'will be spon- in the seventh, eighth, and grades. Plans were also 'or an all-day meeting soon i. Gail Skelley's, at which irs will sew car.pet rags to int to the veterans' hospital ioxville. Lunch was served Fred Oxley, Mrs. Gail and Mrs. Lowell Erlck- New Boy for Bonnstetters— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter are parents of a son, born Saturday, January 22, the third child. They have an 8-year-old son and a 3-year-old daughter. Other Corwlth News. The Baptist women held a mission Bible study Friday at the home of Mrs. Shelby Stevens and Mrs. Lucy Harris. Devotions were in oharge of Mrs. Harris, Mrs. J A Zwelfel and Mrs. Stevens sang On the King's Highway, Wilma Stevens playing the accompani ment. The lesson was led by Mrs R~F. Quackenbusih and was or Supernatural Guidance. Lunch was 'served by" the hostesses. Mr and Mrs. Charles Hannn, Mrs; William Wood, Mrs. yHarry Maw, Mrs. Fan,nie.-.Barracks,. ;> and Alberta' Mitchell attended installation of Masonic and Eastern Star officers at Kanawha last •week Tuesday evening. The O. E. S. Installing was In charge of Mrs. Hamm and Mrs. Barracks. mainland for the transportation of passengers. The Geilenfelds hear from him regularly, and he writes that he enjoyshiswork. Creamery Holds Annual Meet— The local cooperative creamery held Its annual meeiing at the choolhouse Saturday afternoon and the secretary reported a bus- ness of more than $105,000 for 1937. Election: Cail Christ, to succeed himself for a three-year erm as director, and Jerry Heet- and, also for three years. The other directors are John Griese, Srnest Trasamer and August Steinberg. Mr. Steinberg has been president of the board ever since it was organized, ar d he was reelected. John Smith was reelected secretary; Nick Eehrends, manager. Lakota has oie of the best creameries in the stite. Slippery Eoads and Fog- Mr, and Mrs. Harry Mussman and Mrs. H. P. Mussman Sr. spent the Frank Mrs. Mussman Jr's brother aiid his family, from Mason City, wore also there. The Mussmans repo-ted hazardous part of Sunday wlti Keisters at. Elmore driving home in the .roads being slipperj -ing a dense fog w^ilch fell suddenly in the a'fternpon. there. The family will move to Swea City soon. Girl Licensed as Driver- Mrs. Harry Moe and her daughter Eleanor drove to Bancroft Saturday, and Eleanor took an examination there for a driver's license. Case of Scarlet Fever—The Ben Heyes family, northeast of town, is quarantined for scarlet fever. A little son has the disease. Other Lakota TVewa. Robert Hamilton and Lyle Patterson drove home from Upper Iowa University Friday and visited till the following Tuesday with their respective families. The boys say they are enjoying their studies. Emma Gutknecht and Mrs. E. R Worley drove to Mason City Friday, and they were accompanied home by Lena Gutknecht, who evening, the and there be- Farni Woman is Sick- Mrs, Edward Hadge, five miles visited her parents over the weekend, going back Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rippen- trip were Sunday guests at Mrs Rippentrop'9 Eister Mrs. Orvllle Buffington's, northeast of town. €lyde Thaves, assistant at the ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. THE LEAVITT AND JOHNSON COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. MARIA SEEBACH, MARIE SEEBACH, and all of their Heirs, Spouses, Assigns, Grantees, Legatees, Devises, and Beneficiaries, Defendants. To the Above Named or Described Defendants and Each of You: You are hereby notified that here is now on file in the office 3f the Clerk of the District Court n and for said County, the peti- ion of the plaintiff, The Leavitt and Johnscn Company, in which it states that it is the owner in fee simple of, The Northwest Quarter (NWJ4) of Section Number Thirty-three (33) and the Northwest Fractional Quarter (NW fr'l »4); also the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section Number : Thirty-one (31), all in Township Number Ninety-five (95), Kossuth county, Iowa, North of Range Number Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, and praying that the title thereon be quieted in the plaintiff and that you be barred and forever estop- ped from having or claiming any right or title thereto adverse to the plaintiff. Now unless you appear thereto —and tnink of a V8 that gives 22 to 27m iles per gallon! even bigger and better- looking than last year's TOKVV-Sl Freshly styled, with longer hood, sweeping lines end big, built-in luggage compartment. and defend on or before noon of the second day of the March 1938, Term of the said Court, which will commence on the 27th day of creamery, was scik last week, and | March, 1938, at the Court House in 'Chuck" Peterson was substitute. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking spent Friday with the C. J. Rippentrops, southeast of town. The George Thompsons, of Ledyard, were recent guests of the Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, default will be entered against you and a decree rendered thereon as prayed. BLAIR C. WOOD, 18-21 Attorney for Plaintiff. MILD iist Aid Circles Meet-six Circles of the Methodist iet last week as follows: ay, Dorcas circle, all-day Karl Killer's, a covered- Dinner being served; the M. circle, at Mrs, Charles Er's, Mrs. Amy Foley assist|he Delta circle, at Mrs. R. E. tetter'a; and the Fairvlew Mrs. Sylva Nail's, all-day, a covered dish supper; ay, the S. and E. circle, at (Gary Knight's, and the Sun- circle *at Mrs. Max Mace's, (BxeeptlonaUr Bo] THE OBIGINAL NICKLESS Only 5c t »nd$l for the next 4 Mouth of THE ATLANTIC ake the most of your read- hours. Enjoy the wit the |dom, the companionship, the TO that have made the AT- IC, for over seventy-five America's most quoted most cherished magazine. . (mentioning this ad) to Atlantic Monthly, 8 Ailing. ton St, Boston The cigar that to recommended tot excessive smokers because the nicotine, as far as possible, has been re moved, making I not only njlld, bu » satisfying smoke Moderate smokers who enjoy \» mil cigar are also en fhusUstically in fa vox of the Sickles* Try » box and no ttce the difference. Your dealer can ge it for you. To Save $75 USED GABS—TRUCES AT $75 LESS THAN LAST YEAR • Due to splendid public acceptance of our new V-8 Cars, and reconditioned used cars and trucks, we've sold 24 units since January 14th. That means that we have almost a new stock of used cars and trucks to choose from. .We've put them through our shop, cleaned them up, and made necessary, repairs THEY'RE BEADY TO GO. Januai y Clearance Sale Now On - These Cars and Trucks Must Go - They're Priced Right and Sold As Advertised. . . Every Car Is Priced Below Market, Our Customers Tell Us. ^|A11 makes, all models, priced to fit any pocketbook., > Buy before February 1, ?md save a 1938 license fee ... we have Kossuth County's largest stock of used Open nings cars. Kent Motor Co. Open Sunday A/M. Sales— WOW— Service r^^^^^^P^ ^^^P ^^^^^ *^^&f "^^Pr ^^^^P< ^^^^ Last Final Price Cut Zender & Caldwell Dissolution Sale 1117 E CUT the prices to the core to start the sale and now we're going still lower. Business has been good but we want to make it better, so this is the quickest way. A LL OF Zender &CaldweU's stock must go, for the spring **• merchandise is rolling in fast. Come in and take advantage of these prices. We have taken merchandise from the higher priced brackets and replenished our low-priced goods. Men's Suits We still have plenty of sizes left in our low-priced Suits at 5.85 and 9.75 BOYS SUITS This group formerly sold up to $10. Good dark greys, blues, and browns in all excellent wool sport models, single and double breasted Now Priced at $ 4.85 BOYS SUITS This group taken from prices ranging up to $13.50. They are very choice models as to color and model. TT,eyGo We have taken suits from the higher priced brackets, and have values stronger than ever in this group which formerly sold as high as $35. You Can Buy Them Now For 13.85 We've done the same thing with this group We're losing too much money on them, so can't-take up too much space raving about tjiem. Priced To Close Out At 17.50 Men's Overcoats 20 coats, in a variety of sizes, tweeds and Herringbones. 9.75 Good, all wool garments, fleeces, blues, browns, half and full belts. 14.50 Gordon's all wool knitted fleece, a regular $35 seller, now 22.50 LEE OVERALLS, we have 10 doz. to closeout at __ BOYS' OVERALLS, .a good CQ C overall, but we 're closing them' 1 *'** DRESS SHIRTS Plenty of sizes and colors to select from at ---- We have restocked this table with $2~ shirts, at ______ WOOL JACKETS, for O boys, big group, zippers *• BOYS' SWEATERS, aU- OQ p wool, big-selection at wv POL9 SHIRTS,, all colors 7Q r and sizes, long sleeves IOC, A Good Overall, all sizes __,.__69c Boys' Coveralls, size 5 to 8 46c These prices are all below cost, and must be sacrificed only b&» cause of the dissolving of partnership of this dependable firm which has always been known in North Iowa as a Quality Store with andise priced right. ^*^e^fm ^^^f^ew ^Bm ^f 9^^^^^ |RIIIHp|F 4HP ^BP ^ojjf^ Values Supreme in Clothes For Men and Boys ^^WMP^ ^^^^^py ^^^^^Wr ^^^P ^^^ ^^^^ • -^^^^^ ^fjj^^j^f VHRMHF ^^£t£p~ ^PHIr

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