Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1938 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1938
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e Please notify our business office at once if you wish any change in your present listing ... if you are going to move or if you want a telephone installed. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY My rates on FARM LOANS are low. I can give you from FIVE to TWENTY YEARS time with no change in interest rates. Liberal amounts per acre —SPECIAL pay off privileges—you pay no commission for making the loan I have had twenty years experience in making farm loans and can take care of your loan problems. [Refinance Now While Long Time Loans Are Available at a Low Interest Rate [HciseBlclg. Telephone 390 KOSSL'TH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Burt Couple Wed 25 Years Fenton Boostj for West Be:nd Girls GUESTS Hurt, Mar. 8--Saturday was tho M wedding anniversary for Mr. id Mr.s. Fred Jennings and they entertained about .10 relatives, Kimic for dinner and some for sup- !inr, in honor of t.) lo event. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. George Graham, Mrs. Join ing's parents, and Mrs. Henry Jennings, Mr. Joining's mother. Mr. «nd Mrs. Ward Tart and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tan, Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Mamie Speichor, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Will Spoicher and daughter, Swea <'il.y, the John Jennings family, of Wliittomoro, Mrs. Jake Goddcn and son, Algona, the Martin Larsons, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Gra- 'uini, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark, the Harvey Grahams, Dwight Gra- huins, and Lottie, Ruth, Jay, loorgc Jr., and Maurice Graham, ieorgn Graham and Mrs. Harvey Graham officiated as bridesmaid and best man at the wedding 25 years ago. Mrs. William Jennings, Lois Graham, -and Elsie Larson visited at the Jennings home until Sunday. v Fen ton, Mar. !)—Feiton were pleased to boa West Bend high schoi 1 football team won tho pionship, because the coach, Gerald Agard, Fcmlon coach, having two yearn ago. Ail .tournament Fenton basketball people! City, their son Alson I)., Stanley Smith, • Marshalil.own, and Mrs. Ktta Brnley, Brill, were Sunday guests of Druggist and Mrs. IF. J. that iliGi 1Jrnlc y- girls' has-' The Sunday evening club met at stuto chain- i Ernest Hutchison's, and Clarence WoKt, Bond i Ward won high for men; Mrs. Oil- is ti former j vor Young, high for women. Mrs. taught here 1 H. I). Emory was low. during the! Mrs. Tillio Loobig and her chll- higb school -dron visited numerous friends in to Mr. Agard wishing . aoit telegrams I and about TltonUu Sunday and in g ''' ls luckl t0 title of stale champio tho Des Molncs Re, .Mi tell ell as Supply Pastor— Tho Rev. C. B.'Mitchell, Buffalo Center, preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Rev. Mitchell, who was pastor hero for three years previous to his retirement a littlo more than a year ago, lias been secured to have charge I of the Methodist services here during the illness of the Rev. Thoburn Speichor, who has been ill with nuilla fever the last six weeks rind will probably not be able to resume his work for several month;-,. Doctor's Wife Has Birthday— Sunday was Mrs. IJ. K. ' Bahn- .son's birthday and in honor of the event Doctor Bahnson surprised her by having Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Slooboiv Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel, all of Fenton, as .'-'I'H-its for Sunday dinner at the Marvin hotel and to spend the afternoon at the Uahnson home. thoir honeymoon. M was formerly Muriel priet.or of tho Long'f was totally destroyed January !.). The coup] on a farm near Burt PAGE THRE1 him and tho! the afternoon attended the funeral home the of Dean Ocsterreieher. is. And Fen-1 Wesley Baddeloy, high school ton people wore disappointed not i coach, spent Saturday at Dos to see a picture of tie champions iMoines, whore he, attended (.lie ;ister. state basketball tournament for the osablishmcnt and title against cnnh and all of them and all known claimanto and all by barred ove any to the premises be quieted, established and confirmed and (hat the plain- fur- 1 the tiff have all such other ther equitable relief an and to ants are estopped from asserting any right, title, claim or interest therein adverse to the plaintiff. The plaintiff in said polition prays of his estate I court may seem just • *>'<»!?;~^^'^s™*;^ un- mid day of the next term, being i , persons the March, 1938, term of vitri unknown having or claiming any! Court, whi ' h ^, l ° ™ ()f »;^ right title or interest In or to said - Court House at Alroim Kossuth "''ThroLT 1 "" P~° lallnll ; g! ' !OUnly ' Iowa, r!n thei 28th day o th.ough, or under them, bo, March, 1038, default will be en- and forever estopped from i terod against you and judgment over having assorting, or claiming ,«nd decree rendered thereon as right, titin, or interest in or;provided bv law said promises or any part | Dated this 14th day of February, thereof adverse to tho plaintiff or 1038. <-»u«-iy, the plaintiff's title therein and j THOMPSON & WETBLE that tho planners title to the said j 22-25 Attorneys for Plaintiff. SELL YOUR HORSES! BUYERS watch the Advance Want-ad column. Toll them what you have for sale. tf H. W. POST ITHI \'.it<\ Transfer STORAGE OFflLL KINDS •lit instance Hauling '• v TV icmd insured against i^-i and damage of all kinds. '•"ijnipped to do all kinda of •'Muling and draying. I'HONK 2S8 Algona, low* ><Hb-»^»»4» »*••»••••»« girls. Mildred Honlon, kindergarten teacher at Emmelsburg, and Audra BeiUon, .Algona, .spent the weak- end horn with their parents. Tho. W. A, Fischers wore enlcr- i tnlned Sunday by W. A.'s parents, I Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Fischer, Brill. Tho C. W. Gosling wore cnler- j tained Sunday night at supper at. Stipt. and Mrs. E. D. Ravlin's. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Missel, of Titonka, spent a day recently at Mrs. Tillie Loobig's. Anton Goet/. was down town again late last week, following a sickness. mmmmmmmmammmmm tory rs. Ackerman Long, pro- cafe, which | by fire here | e plan to live Methodist IV. F. U. S. Meets— Mrs. Theron Hanson entertained nine members and two guests, Mrs. Edith Dawson and the hitter's guest, Mrs. Carpenter of Minnesota, at a monthly nesting of the Methodist Foreign Hissionary society Friday. Mrs. John Mullins was in charge of devotions, and Mrs. Milton Gidding: son on tho sixth chaiter of "Mecca and Beyond," a bool studying. TITO HirtlMliiys ( Mr. and Mrs. Mil two children, Mrs. I son, son Russell, ami the latter's Mi- ds were entertained at son's, Algona, at Snday dinner, TO the occasion being a brt'.tion honoring Mr the Anderson son Richard. Surprise Celebrates Itirfliday— Mrs. A. C. Bombard was sur- I prised last Thursday evening to | have the following relatives comes I in to help her celebrate her birthjday: the Peter Hayengas and any ITaasos, Fenton, and the Floyd Koepkes and Aaron Taylors. Dinner for Young People— Luella Bleich entertained the following young people at dinner Sunday evening: Marie Carter, Martha Ruhnko, Myrtle and Odey Cheralnd, Elmer Krause, Fenton, Melvin Nelson, Lone Rock, and Axel Anderson. Quilling life is Hold- Mrs. George Koestler and daughter Raemond, Mrs. James Christiansen, Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, and Mrs. II. A. Bleich spent Saturday afternoon at the George Koestler Jr. home. Tho afternoon was spent at quilting. Teachers Hosfs at Party— The school faculty entertained tho members of the school board, the secretary, treasurer, janitor, and their wives at a 7 o'clock dinner at the schoolhouse Monday evening. Attend Funeral of I Mr. and Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. Tom I tended the funeral Dean, 8-year-old son had the les- the group is or» Giddings, awrence Han- 3. Mac Harris, j lighter Mary Homer Ander- OIUOIXAI, NOTICK Equity No In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. March term, 1D38; METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of the City of New York, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. All Unknown Claimants, and all persons unknown claiming any right, title or interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: The East Half (%) of the Southeast Quarter (V t ) of Section Seventeen (17), Township Ninety-nine (09) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., except Railroad Right of Way, Kossuth County, Iowa; and all tho heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, de"ise?« and .beneficiaries of each and all of the above named defendants, Defendants. birthday cele- Hanson and oy— am Ward and furburger at- Sunday of of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oestorroii her, near tonka. Tho funeral the Methodist churcl: the Rev. Mr. Patteison, pastor in charge. Attended Free Chnnh Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Ole K. Flom and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson returned Monday frori Minneapolis, where they bad been since Friday, attending special meetings for young folks of the Free church. Mrs. Larson represented the local ongregation as deldgate. KLVANIAOIL >w available at the Ndard Service Sign ' Litton to r hef e this Coffered for ^•"new buying "Frists who want poly t|»e "•'vania motor oil, / has .This QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL NOW SOLD BY STANDARD Arrangements have been completed between Standard Oil Company ol Indiana and Quaker. State OH Betoln* Corporation under. wWch toe Quaker State oils and greases will be distributed by Standard In addition to tne regular toe 9« JSQ-VJ8 motor ° u and other Standard products which will continue to be "stan'dard PffioialS stated that the move was made In recognition ol a definite !>«'- erence on the part ol many consumers ftr a Pennsylvania oil. Standard will recommend the Quaker State products as the.highest quality Pennsylvania lubricants, most widely distributed and lavored with th'e best public acceptance of any such products on the market. , STANDARD OIL COMPANY^ • T ^^^^^^^^MBM|Mp»^BB^ffiy^ij^>^i^^Bi^BHB^^^^^^^ Your Swbieripikm Attends Funeral of Oilman F. Schwietert returned Monday from Colesburg, where he wont last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of a cousin, Adrian Hollhaus. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sowick and Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Graham visited at the J. T. Graham home In Algona Sunday afternoon. The Paul Willes, Algona, spent Sunday evening at the Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas were guests at a surprise on W. H. {lamp in Algona Saturday even- ng. Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert and Mr. and Mrs. Cooney Hernan were also guests. Herwyn Bahlmg took Kathryn Slvidge and Max 'Schrader back to their school work at Cedar Falls Monday. Merwyn, who has been a student there, will stay at home this term. F. 0. Stow wenl to Davenpor list week Wednesday to spend a 'ew weeks wilh his son Orville. He will also visil his son Lester at Cedar Rapids before returning. The Rev. J. M. Doms accompan- ed Ihe Rev. Mr. Frerking, La- kola, to Rolfe Monday evening; where they amended an educational meeting for young people. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney speat Sunday at Kiester, Minn., with Mr. Heaney's parents. They had Sunday evening supper at the W. J Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shipler Mr. and Mrs. Clarion Long, anc August Schipull and son Lawrence made a business trip to Webster City Monday. The Rev. and Mrs, J. M. Doms attended a special meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Fort Dodge last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. Herman IVindel, of WhittemoreJ spent Sunday at the Arthur Fandel home. Raemond Koestler, Spencer teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves attended a basketball tournament at Mason City Thursday evening. • The E. A. Rachuts and Mrs. William Racbut, Manly, spent Sunday at the H. E. Racbut home. The Winifred Sigsbees, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests et tne B. C. Bienstedt home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Banna, of Nora Springs, visited Sunday at Mrs. Maude Banna's. . (The W. J. Lockwoods visited Mrs- Lockwood's parents at Renwick Sunday. The Bi Low Bridge -club meets with. Mrs, J. Q-. McDonald Tuesday afternoqu. s "--'-*-' Hoppe epent th* •arty for Little Uoj Little Harvey, soi Mrs. W. A. Fischer bird birthday Sund; >ration his mother ittlo youngster, s in i'ho tots played games, and lunch vas served. Hsrvey received nany little gifts. iy, and in cele- informed and believes, but that the entertained 10 Jlaintiff has no knowledge or in- the afternoon. I'at'ent Goes for Cli Mrs. EH Goodnov lome this mid-wee c CMty, to where she went a week ago for examination treatment. She hal and possible an operation it the Iowa City hcspital last fall, and has been maHng good improvement. Motherless Child Brought Fred Johnson, brought his little here Monday for a nite length at C. AN The R. C. Bauerb Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.. Uhlenhake, Whit'teriore. Here— Des Moines, laughter Jane stay of indefi- Goslin's. were guests J. P Methodist Circles Entertained— Mrs. Fred A. Diekmann will entertain her Methodist circle, the Good Will group, "W ednesday afternoon, and Mrs. Arthur Bottom will be hostess to her drele, the Willing Workers, the same afternoon. Other Wesljy News, Mr. and Mrs. Cafl Hanson Gordon G-iddings dpve to City Sunday for a Mrs. Giddings, who there. Robert is at dings "home during his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddings, and the cared for by Mrs. biddings' sister- in-law, Mrs. Raymond Hanson. The Saturday Nii;ht club met at Gail Stockwell's, Algona, that evening. Lon Gouj;e was high for men; Mrs. W. A. Fischer, high for women. Sim Bemis won travel and Mrs. Dale Thonpson was low Thayer and Victor Mullln entertained a small graup of young folks at a party Sinday night. Attending were Rosemary and Maxine Seller, Lillian, Edward Johnson. The Study club Thursday by Mrs. A. M. Lease, and the subject was "Vfomen l n Aviation with Mrs. E; charge, was assisted Alfred Erdmann. Dr. and Mrs. Alsjn Braley, Iowa end with her parents at Fort Dodge. The J. H. Schroeders spent Sunday at the J. W. HJirtmans at Fenton. Dr. H. R. Thompson is driving a new Ford, was held at THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You and each of you are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause is now on file in the office of the clerk of the District Court | of Kossuth county, Iowa, claiming I that, the plaintiff is the absolute jand unqualified owner in fee sim- •"•'"iple of the following described "', .", property, to-wit: . Algona. with T h« RH« T-T Titonka, of Mr. reached and his The East Half (%) of the Southeast Quarter (%) of Section Seventeen (17), Township Ninety-nine (99) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M., except Railroad Right of Way, Kossuth County, Iowa, and that the plaintiff is 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 the said real estate as the plaintiff is ifk-U])— is expected from Iowa and Iowa few days with is in a hospital the Milton Gid- the absence of baby is being William, and was entertained ormation 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 and you are referred to said petition for a more particular statement thereof. Thg^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 the 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 there&f 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 be made thereon relying upon such possession and ownership, the defend- Used Tractor BARGAINS! M. Olson, in by Mrs. 3—F-12 Farmalls. 3—Regular Farmalls. 2—Model D John Deere tractors. 1—John Deere General Purpose. 2—McCorraick-Deering 10-20's. 1—1934 long wheel-base International dual wheel truck with all new tires and Class D license. Very low mileage. 1—Short wheelbase 4-Cylinder International truck with v bo?:. These tractors and trucks have all been completely reconditioned and are in first- class shape. CORWITH Implement Co. Lut one worth calling- attention to, in the case of this cooperative company l< ouncled in 1887, it has enjoy eel a consistent, steady and safe growth, as shown, at an average cost the past 22 years of $1.716 per thousand. GROWTH OF BUSINESS IN THE PAST 24 YEARS $20,000,000 $17,250,000 $15,000,000 $12,500,000 $10,000,000 $ 7,500,000 5,000,000 TOTA1, INSURANCE IN FORCE 1915 1920 1925 1930 1935 1937 WORKING TOGETHER, STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS CO. HAVE FOUND A WAY TO MAKE INSURANCE SAVINGS WITH PERFECT SAFETY About 75 Per Cent of Farm Property Insurance in Kossuth is with our Co. Kossuth Mutual Insurance Ass'n HARRY BODE, President JOSEPH HAUPTMAN, Vice President D. D. PAXSON, Secretary HUGH HERMAN, Treasurer H. L. Potter, O. L. Thoreson, E. A. Miller, E. O. Mann, John Geishecker and Hugh Raney, Directors. Plan to Buy Your Farm this Year While Land Values are Low in Proportion to Farm Income. Numerous factors indicate an increase in Land Values before long I9IO-I4»IOO 30 1924 The above graph was prepared by Iowa State College economists, and shows that land values in Iowa ordinarily follow the trend of farm income; but frequently they lag behind it several years. This is the case now. Land values are proportionately lower tluin farm income in the state of Iowa today. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY." "Iowa has % of aU the Grade "A" farm land in the United States." Buy an Iowa farm, while the getting remains good. We Have Many Choice "Buys" On Our Lists; Among Them 240 ACRE FARM, best Iowa soil type we have; with complete set of buildings; on gravel road with many advantages of location. $4,500.00 by March 1, 1939, will buy. Moderate down payment; balance on very favorable terms. A real bargain. See us for full details. 160 ACRE FARM, close to Whittemore; one of the choicest in Iowa, aa to soil, has improvements worth well over $15,000.00. An ideal farm home in a fine, thrifty community. Already "financed" in part with "Government Loans." Owner will sell for $165.00 per acre; is willing to consider a smaller, improved 80 acre farm in part payment. See us about this, In detail. ONLY $1,000.00 "cash down" and $2,500.00 by March, 1939, will buy an improved 236 acre farm, not far from paved highway 169, and only 4 miles from Algona. A mighty good "buy" for a dairy, live stock and poultry farm. 160 acres can be cultivated. See us for more details. Come in, soon, to talk over your wants with us. Our contacts give us access to all types and sizes of Farms that are for sale today in Kossuth and Adjoining counties. Somelin other states, us help you find the Farm you want. ^ •We Handle Qovernnient V^r"Mli|* ^pflpMp^W^ U, State Street, 'Algona, Iowa

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