Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1938 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1938
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jaGE TEN WESLEY FAMILY GOMES FOR THE BOCKES RITES Wseley, Feb. 15—Mrs. Peter Hilbert and her family attended the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Harold Bockes, 41, at St. Cecelia's church, < Algona, Thursday. ' L Mrs. Bockes was born January 29, 1897, her maiden name being Susie Arend, and was married to Harold M. Bockes August 5, 1929. She left, besides her husband, a 5-year-old daughter, Judith Kay. Since August 1, 1936, she had been bedfast with hemolytlc streptococci, which developed complications. Most of •\yhich time she was under the nursing care of her niece, Florence Hilbert, Wesley. There are five other sisters: Mrs. Mary Nilles, Remsen; Mrs. Fred Studer, Verdon, Manitoba; Mrs. R. F. Gilmore, San Francisco; Rose and Christine Arend, Algona; and three brothers; John Arend, Corwith; Peter and Mike of Burt. Burial took place at Algona' following requiem high mass. II. 1!. 1VAT,T/EH, of the Upper Des Moines, will tell Nebraska editors about the Algona newspaper plan at Omaha tomorrow. COUNT y ADVANCE. ALGONA. JOWA HM^^HB^^^^^^^^ of Way, Kossuth County, and you are referred to said peti" tlon for a Tnore particular state COME BE OUR GUEST AT THIS BIG McCormick Deering Day Celebration -on— Wednesday, Feb. 23 Higgins Hall Whittemore, Iowa Free Lunch at Noon Free Sound Movies "PRACTICAL MAGIC," "MESSAGE FOR 1VEBER" "ROMANCE OF THE REAPER" and other films. Free Stage Show Featuring EARL HD3TT A3D THE McCORMICK - DEERING REVELERS, THE FARMALL BOYS, and HAZEL THE SERENADER Admission by ticket only. Tickets may be obtained FREE at our store any time before noon. WHITTEMORE IMPLEMENT COMPANY WHITTEMORE, IOWA MATT MURTHA, Mgr. CHARITY BALL GOWNS Chrischilles Store We have just received from our recent market trip, a fine new line of formal dresses suitable for the coming Cha r i t y Ball. You will like these fresh, crisp, charming creations -never too extreme but designed to make you feel 'just right.' All sizes to 20 and priced $7.95 to $16.50 K, C, Fathcr-Sons Banquet— The K. C. club wil hold its third annual Father and Sons banquet Tuesday evening, Washington's birthday, at the Academy. The feature address will be given by the district deputy, L. D. Brennan, of Kinmetsburg. There will also bo' Iowa; and all/the heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees and beneficiaries of each and all of the above named defendants, Defendants. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You and each of you are hereby notified that the petition of the i i i !.,„ !,„„„ plaintiff in the above entitled L Long's. A one o'clock luncheon Qn , Jn th(J off , ce will bo served, with Mrs. Sylvia | f , k Qf h D , trf t Cou ,. t Gunn and Mrs. Antone Johnson ... .. .. . . as committee in charge. Members are to go in costume. cla | m | ng mniosurg. erew aso . an address by the state secretary, I W. H. M. S. will hold a join Ray Connoley, Des Moines. luncheon next week Thursday _at that the plaintiff is the absolute and unqualified owner in fee sim- Joint Meeting of Societies- 'pie of the following described The Methodist W. F. M. S. and Ray Connoley, Des Moines. The rest of the program will consist of piano selections by John Lee Holtzbauer, and a duet bj Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mr* P. J. Kohhlaas and Pauline, daugl tor of F. C. Zender. The Hamil ton orchestra, Bancroft, six piec es, will also entertain. Toastmas ter will be L. A. Winkel, local fi nancial secretary, and remarks will be given by J. D. Lowe. The banquet will be served „., the wives of the Knights of Col umbus and a special menu has been prepared; mashed potatoes and gravy, prime roast beef, sage dressing, cabbage salad, creamet peas and carrots, pickles, rolls nd coffee, ice cream and cake. The invocation and the benediction will be given by Father C. A Ahmann, and before adjourning America will be sung by the assembly. Zelmets Weil Fifty Years- Next Monday will be the 50th anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet, of the St. Joe neighborhood, and the occasion is to be celebrated with a big family dinner, with all of the nine surviving children, 34 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild in attendance. The children are Nick, Roundup, Mont.; Mrs. George Kruecher, Currie, Minn.; Matt, Bode; Dominic and Mrs. John Kemna, West Bend; Mrs. M. E. Wagner, Algona; Frank, Irvington; Henry Jr., Livermore; and Peter, at home. The Zeimets were married by Father Zigrang at the St. Joe church. Mrs. Zeimet was German- born, but Mr. Zeimet hails from Dubuque county. The latter is now 80; Mrs. Zeimet, 76. Eastern Stars Give Bonefit^- The Eastern Stars entertained at a benefit bridge and two o'clock dessert luncheon Tuesday at the Masonic Temple. Eleven tables of contract and six, tables of auction were in play. Mrs. 'H. W. Miller was high at contract, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, second, Mrs. D, E, Dewel, third, Mrs. L. A. Copp, fourth. At auction Mrs. Lydia Sampson was first, Mrs. Esther Helberg was second. Mrs. W. P. French was chairman of the entertaining committee, and other members were Mesdames Casey Loss, Mae Harrington, V. V. Naudain, Wallace McDougal, L. Of. Hanson, G. D. Stokes, and Walter Klamp. Presbyterian Basket Social- More than 60 persons attended the old-fashioned basket social at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening, given under direction of the Fellowship club. A mixed musical program was given before the sale of baskets . A high school girls' sextette and a boys' quartet sang; Richard Keen gave two vocal solas; Dr. G. D. Walrath gave the church. Covers will bo laid for 200 and 25c will be charged. The program will consist of a one-act play and music. Other Society. Mrs. R. R. Hutzell entertained at a valentine party Monday evening for her small son Fred. Guests in.o were Jimmy Kuchenreuther, Bobby Pommerening, and Roger Did- by riksen. They played games from 4 till 5, after which refreshments were served, the tables being decorated with valentines. Mrs. D. P. Smith's circle of the Congregational Aid has a one o'clock luncheon today at Mrs. Hor- tenso Ferguson's, and hostesses will be Mesdames. W. E. Laird, Carl Hutchins, A. H. Borchardt. Mrs. Edw. Hanson will give a patriotic reading. Mrs. Frank Schallln, aunt of the bride-to-be, and Mrs. "Wm. C. Dau, cousin by marriage, attended a shower at Lotts Creek Sunday for Lillian Schallln. The event is reported elsewhere in today's Advance. The Nidana club had a pot-luck supper Monday night at Margaret Brown's, and the evening diversion was "sticks". Mrs. Bernard Yeoman and Mrs. Henry Peterson, the latter of Humboldt, were club guests. Mrs. Glen Strayer entertained at our tables of 500 Monday evening. VIrs. T. PI. McGilligan was high or women Mrs. Fred Zeigler, low: VIr. McGiltfgan, high for men, Roy Larson, low. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew enter- ained the Bridgette club at one I'clock luncheon Tuesday. Two ta- iles were in play Mrs. Edw. Hanen winning high, Mrs. Ted Laron, second. The last of a series of card par- ies Mil be given in the St. Joe hurch basement Sunday evening t 8 o'clock. Mrs. Matt Kirsch is chairman of the committee that is in charge. The P. E. O. sisterhood met last Wednesday at Mrs. C. H. Creti- meyer's. Mrs. Jos. Harig, who was in charge of the program, gave a discussion on the U. S. supreme court. The Laf-a-lot club met Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Tim O'Brien's and two tables of bridge were in play, Mrs. Bert Cronon winning high, Mrs. Tom Dailey. consolation. Mrs. Bert Cronan entertained the E. T. W. club last week-end. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson won high at bridge; Mrs. Meta Redfield, the travel. Mrs. Henry Bruns was low. The Baptist Missionary Society will meet today at 2:30 at Mrs J B. Wheelock's. Mrs. L. W. Keith wtill be the leader, and the topic will be "Moslem Worship". Bessie Hopkins and Flora Tlss entertained at 6:30 dinner Monday evening at the former's home. property, to-wit: The East Half (%) of the Southeast Quarter (%) of 'Section Seventeen (17), Township Ninety-nine (9!)) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., except Railroad Right of Way, Kossuth • County, Iowa, and that the plaintiff 5s credibly informed and believes that the defendants make some claim, adverse to the title of the plaintiff in said property and that the said unknown claimants to said premises claim some interest in or to tho said real estate as the plaintiff Is Informed and believes, but that tho plaintiff has no knowledge or Information and does not know how said interest as claimed by said unknown claimants was derived or claimed to have been derived or the method of obtaining the same and the plaintiff avers therein that the names and residences of the unknown persons are unknown to plaintiff and that plaintiff has sought diligently to learn the same mont thereof. Tho plaintiff In said petition states that none of 'the said defendants or unknown claimants' have In fact any right, title or Interest in or to tho above described premises or any part thereof or any color or right, title or Interest therein and that the plaintiff and his Immediate grantors have been In the sole, complete, open, notorious, actual and undisputed adverse possession of the said premises for more than ten years last past under claim of title and ownership thereof and have been the undisputed and unqualified owners thereof for over ten years, and that by reason thereof and of the lapse of time and the laches of the defendants In falling to assert any pretended claim thereto and In permitting valuable improvements to bo made thereon relying upon such Possession and ownership, the defendants are estopped from asserting any right, title, claim or Interest therein adverse to tho plaintiff. The plaintiff in said petition prays for the esablishment of his estate and title against the adverse claims of the defendants and that each and all of them and all unknown claimants and all persons unknown having or claiming any right title or Interest In or to said premises and all persons claiming by through, or under them, bo barred and forever estopped from ever having, asserting, or claiming any right, title, or interest In or to the said premises or any part thereof adverse .to the plaintiff or a cornet solo; and Miss Roskopf Averting at the former 's gave a flute, solo. Some 30 baskets re were 11 suests, and the amons them unique "churches", "crosses", and "old testaments"! were auctioned off by Hugh Colwell. A light lunch was served to perons not buying baskets. time was spent at Beano. The Naomi Circle will meet Fri- jday at Mrs. Alma Nelson's, and assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Marc Moore and Mrs. G. C. Barton. Tn e Candlelight club met Tues- evening with Lucia Wallace, Change in Academy Party— The Academy party next week ua - v evening with Lucia Wallace, will be held Wednesday evening i and bridge was played at two instead of Monday evening, this is! tables, but no prizes were given to avoid conflict with thp r>hnriKr The Bel Canto Mnsip r-inh m™ to avoid conflict with the charity bull, 1 . The young people of St:. Cecelia's church will be in Charge. At the party this week Monday evening, Mary G. McEvoy was high for women at "500", Nick Krieps for men. Dr. and Mrs. Karl R. | Hoffman won prizes at contract •bridge, and Carrie Wernevt and jM. J. Weydert at auction. ! Wa-tan-ye Club Plans Party— ! The Wa-tan-ye club had a G p m, i diner Tuesday -in the Hotel Algo;na's Blue Room. Eleven members ! attended, and a business meeting : followed dinner. To avoid conflict with other events the next : meeting, a party, will be held next | week Thursday evening, instead | of on Tuesday evening the regular night. Imelda Dooley, Clara Amesbury assisting, will entertain. Farewell for Two Families- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Stuflick, St. Benedict, entertained at a G o'clock dinner one evening last week. Guests were the Llyod son, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Johnson, and Paul Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. Hood and Mr. and Mrs. Hanson are leaving that vicinity. Queen Esthers Hold Meeting— The Queen Esthers met for a 6 clock supper tit the Methodist church Monday evening. Phyllis Sawyer, Enid Fuller, Mary Mesing and Bulie Orton hud charge of tables; Dorothy Stevens, worship service; Shirley Stephenson, candle-light service; Catherine Ste- Hoods, the Chris Leo Studers, the Hansons, the George Ilich . Tne Be l Canto Music club meets next Wednesday with Mrs. Walter Roberts, and Mrs. David Beck will liiive charge of the lesson. The Congregational "Paid" Circle will meet today with Mrs. G. D. Stokes, and Margaret Durant will speak on birthdays. The St. Benedict, Young Ladies' Sodality announces a card party at the school hall next Tuesday evening. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Thursday evening with Alice Payne. Mrs. Mae Harrington will entertain her bridge club Friday evening at two tables. Mrs. David King entertained the D. and C. club at her country home Wednesday, Wesley Youth Gets Job at Statehouse Wesley, Feb. 15—Mr. and Mrs Leo Wellick left Sunday morning for Des Moines, where Leo has accepted a position in the tax de- wart, the lesson, is leader. Mrs. Rae As her Valentine 1'urty is Given— The Union Alethean 4-H had a valentine party at club Ruby ~ j/t+* i-j- CIL ivuuy Kueck's Saturday. Talks were given by Florence Dodd and Mildred tlmore, after which games were Played and valentines exchanged. Ihe girls' leader is Mrs. Orville Gardner, and the club reporter is Charlene Rath, of Lone Rock. Cresco Embroiderers Meet- Mrs. J. M. Cox entertained the Cresco Embroidery club at one o clock luncheon last week Wednesday all members and seven visitors attending. Following a business meeting, roll call was ans- M 6re( L with vale n«ne verses, and Mrs. Chris Long then gave a reading on Abraham Lincoln. . A, E. Plans Colonial Party- Members of the D. A R will hold their annual colonial' party next Tuesday afternoon at MrV A par- — >.—— —UMUU ^ctj/iiuii nu was graduated from the law department at Creighton university, Omaha, last June, since which he and his wife had been making their home here, with Leo's ents. . WHlTTKMOBuVa a new dentist, Dr. H. C. Aillard, formerly of „/ Moines . who has rented the offices recently vacated by Dr. L B. Smith, longtime dentist there who has moved to Clinton. FOR SALE — GOOD USED Bicycle.—Joe Bloom. I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE_ election as supervisor in the 2nd district on the democratic ticket at lie June primaries. Your support and vote will be appreciated. — v? E. McDonald. _ 29u22-25 ORIGINAL NOTICE Equity No ____ In the District Court of Iowa, in COUnty ' LIPE INSUR- COMPANY of the City of New York, a corporation, Plain- vs. All Unknown Claimants, and all persona unknown claiming any right, title or Interest In and to the following described real estate, to-wit: The East Half (%) of the Southeast Quarter (U) of Section Seventeen (17), Township Ninety-nine (99) Nortb, , a ^ e J^e^y-mne (29), West of the 5th P. M., except Railroad It's NOT Too EARLY to begin looking over the beautiful new offerings at the Chrischilles Store Even though the cold winds whistle around the corners and snow flakes whirl around your ears, it's none too early to begin looking for new things at this store. Strange as it may seem, customers are already picking up the striking new coats, suits, and dresses as soon as they appear in our stock. While the complete stock is not available, there, are attractive, individual, distill c t i v e pieces of apparel which are already finding satisfied owners. YOU might be one of them — might see just what you had in mind, might be better satisfied than if you waited until April. So come in and look over the new SUITS, COATS, and DRESSES as they come into our stock. the plaintiff's title therein and, that tho plaintiff's title to the said ' prettifies be quieted, established and confirmed and ithat the plaintiff have all such other and further equitable relief asl to tho court may seem just. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of tho sec- i ond day of the next term, being! tho March, 1938, term of said, Court, which will convene in tho Court House at Algona, Kosauth: county, lown, on tho 28th day of March, 1938, 'default will be entered against you 'and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided bv law. | Dated this 14th day of February, 1938. THOMPSON & WEIBL-E, 22-25 Attorneys for Plaintiff. A oiu m "' 39c| Coast toCJ Store CUT RAT GROCERY St. Joe, ntract f itldlng Bananas _^-_' made Good Si/,o Fruit hoolbull Hard/Yellow 1^ c f^ the coi PANCAKE FLOUB 3 Lb. Bag 15c I'UllE PRESERVES lib. Jar 19c Wheaties Tho Breakfast of Champions i •« pKG.il y] Oi TOMATO JUICE 3 cans 25c RAISINS 41bs. 27c GOLDEN asB No. 5 can ... 41bs. PBUSE Oranges Large Sunklst Navel DOZ. EGG NOODLES 2 pkgS. 25c POP CORN 21bs ___ 15c PURE STRAINED i gallon 2 cans SALMON m ;OF IS Lettu Largo Solid \illei pe< NO. 10 FRUIT Red Cherries 65c Peaches 49 C Pineapple 69c POPPED WIIEAli , ''" RICE lullen 3 ' been BREAKFAST Buy 3 get 4, all ^PP Y The l>ure Vegetable >jri\.I Shorten Inc- Shortening Hum, a jf.adjdi . can J? an RINSO Medium 21c Giant 57c Life Buoy o, l Lux SOAP rd.Mr 3 bars direct imerci i h mi Corn Fed YEARLING BEEF SPECK L ] Sirloin Lb. Pot Roast, Ib. ..rJHp Round Steak 25c Economy Roast 3?tc Pure J Pork Sausage, Ib. 15c All'Round Store SUCCESSFUL store ] 8 li ko a many-sld- ed, all around man. We like men who are in- len»ted in many things, who aro not coufincd to a single hobby or to a few scattered ideas. MOST STOEBS specialize in one thing or another -you find one outstanding de. partmeut and » dozen lame ones. The Cliris- clnlles Store is a complete store -on whose shelves and counters and racks you find always the BEST. T X HIS IS AX interesting st ore ! n much the same sense a8 there are interesting men, well balanced, carefully ordered, comple tely modern, in thought and action. Keep this fact well m. mind when you sho^-that here l n CTery department, each item is intelligeatly ^ ed, courteous clerks are trained to please and an atmosphere of commence Is always pr es . The Store Cutlets, Ib. _____ 19 C L'icnlc Style " Pork Roast, Ib. __16c jean Pork Butts _____ 19c Fall Cream Cheese, ll'atl Wilson's Sliced Bacon, i-lb. rape Sugar Cured ugar ured ting • Bacon Sq'ares,llW*t« Rqll Creamery j Butter, pound ...e* |w r Inters •jaitial frarie DOES IT TASTE ? •Take a long slow sip— lot the creamy foam break against your Hps-reaUy taste the full flavor and inhale that hop bou w t that equals the finest nnported Pilsener b..r. When you've mado this test, you'll underhand why we chose a bl.nd of formulas"*" and "C" to celebrate the 75th Anni. . Met. lubilee beer TODAY! JUBILEE n

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