Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1938 · Page 6
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EIGHT ••••••^••••••••••••••^•i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^"' •• '• ™—~ ' .. • _^ • ••--._ . "I Ex-Algona Pastor, Coe College Dean, Is Dead DR, KREMERS PASSES AFTER FATALJTROKE Irvington, June 28—Friends here and at Algona have been informed of the death of Dr. Harry Kremers, Emeritus Dean of Men and professor of the Bible, at Coe college, Cedav Rapids, with which institution he since 1913. had been affiliated Geraldine Sprong, Livermore, & Glen C. Hughes Married Livermore, ujne 28—Last week Thursday at Adel Glen G. Hughes and Geraldine Sprong were married. The bride is the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Sprong here, and her husband, who had lived here a. year, is from Missouri. He has been operating a skating rink. The couple were honored Sunday, when relatives and friends met at Joseph Murray's, Ayrshire, for dinner. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Sprong Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Alan Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sprong, Treva Sprong, and the newlyweds, all from Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murray, Curlew; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray, of Ruthven. The newlyweds and the bride's parents were entertained at the Werner home at Whlttemore Sun- and Mrs. Hughes Death occurred early In June ai the home of a daughter at Kansas City, following a stroke. He had been at the bedside of Mrs. Kremers, who was critically 111 in the daughter's home at the time. Funeral services were conducted June 8 at Cedar Rapids, and bur-, d evellIUK . ml .. iulu alla . aiU6 , 1OT ial was made in Oak Hill cemetery | )e{ *. by ^ Tuesday morning for wire - and SWEAGITYANS HEAR SWEDISH PRINCE SPEAK Swea City, June 28— 'Many Swedish people here listened to ti radio broadcast at Ft. Christina Park, Wilmington, Del., Monday morning, where the son of the crown prince of Sweden, substituting for his father, who was sick on board ship, presented to the American people, on behalf of the people of Sweden, a black granite shaft as a memorial to the Swedish pioneers who in 1638 settled on the site which became Wilmington in 1732. Swea Cityans known to be present at the celebration were compaiiled a group of young people from Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Benedict, Milwaukee, arrived Sunday for the week with local relatives. Ira is manager of a National Tea store Pergande came from there. Albert ..„ . Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday, and took home Mr. Pergande, who had been here two weeks. Faith Hoppe is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Florence Hynes, Winnebago, Minn. Wilma Merkle is a week's Swea City The Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club met at Lucille Rath's Friday evening/and the program consisted of a report of the recent 4-H convention at Ames by Lucille, who was the club's delegate. Mrs. Martin Molinder has received word of the recent death of a sister in Sweden whom Mrs. Molinder had not seen since leaving Sweden 45 years ago. the Rev. R. C. Swearingen, Johnson his there. Dr. Kremers was stricken on the day he was to have taken part in laying a cornerstone for Green hall on the Coe campus. His message for the occasion had been prepared a few days previous to his death. Green hall, a home for men, had long been his dream. Doctor Kremers was pastor of the Algona and Irvington Presbyterian churches from December 1, 1901, to January 30, 1904. S. S. Honors Four Birthdays— The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on The Ministry of Angels, using as his text, Are they not all ministering spirits sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation? At the close of the Sunday school service the primary department sang Birthday for Mrs. 0. L. Happy Miller, Mrs. M. L. Roney, Mrs. William Boldridge, and A. McLean, all of whom celebrated birthdays recently and contributed to the birthday box. Mrs. Edw. Hammer Honored- Friends went to John Hammer's Sunday and honored John's moth- Bevler, Mo., to visit relatives of Mr. Hughes. EX-ARMSTRONG TEACHER WEDS ELKHART MAN Armstrong, June 28 — Dorothy McClung, former Armstrong teacher, was married June 19 to Edwin BrazeHon. Both are from Elkhart. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. McClung, Elkhart, and she attended Drake university. She taught in junior high and was the girls' coach here when the basketball team made its first b g d Elme ,, trip to the state meet in 1934., .' . A . v ,,. Methodist Pastor i s Away— The Rev. Mr. Watson, representing the Methodist hospital at Sioux City, spoke at the local Methodist church Sunday in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. H. E. Harvey, who, with his wife and children is spending a three weeks vacation in the cast. The Harveys planned visits in Maryland with relatives, and the children were to be left there while the parents attended a national S. S. convention to which both are delegates from Kossuth county. . . ,, T „„_„ vacation from her work in Mlnne- Mrs. Phoebe Larson, apolis, and Is spending it with her .Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Ajnle Hovey, parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mer-. and the «oyey daughtoi Clarice, kle. The Walter Heftis, Fort all of Ing ewood Ca ;, letuined Larson's and Haptist Picnic is on Today— The annual picnic of the Baptist S. S. and church will be held at Interlaken this week Thursday, with the following committees In charge; transportation, Darlene Kesler, Mrs. Fred Peterson; entertainment, Maynard Jensen; Lionel Since leaving Armstrong some years ago she had taught in liigh school at Ankeny. The bridegroom, attended the State college, Ames, and is in state highway commission employ at Elkhart. er, Mrs. Edw. Hammer, on her 70th Lookit—the New Babies!— birthday. They were the Vern Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kinnander, of Barkers, the William Boldridges, I Ringsted, are parents of a boy, Mrs. William Metzen, son Wilbur, I born Friday, June 17. Mrs. Kin- the Raymond Metzens, all of this i Iln nder is the former Verval Heck, vicinity, and the A. C. Holtzbauers, Algona. The guests furnished a covered dish luncheon. Aid Has a Guest Pay- Guests from other Aids were entertained at the church here Friday. A pageant. Who Bids?, was presented by 30 Sunday school pupils. Preceding the pageant Elnora and Albertha Boldridge sang a duet, and later Elnora entertained -with two readings. A 25c luncheon served on o'clock. the lawn at Trailer House for Gruvelcrs— S. M. Jordan is building a trailer house for Glen Culbertson, Al- sona, who is working in gravel in northern Iowa. His brother Dale and the father, Charles, also Algona, are both employed at the same work. Mrs. Charles Culbertson will keep house for the men in the new trailer house. Friendly Club Plans Picnic— The Friendly club will hold it Berg; ice cream, Andy Van Alstine, D. W. Fultz; coffee, Mrs. Edw. Hammond, Mrs. James Vaux; table, Mrs. Uhr, Mrs. E. Link, Mrs. James Sanders. Clan Plans a Reunion— An organization known as the annual picnic July G in the Mik Leners pasture. Familievs of mem bers will be guests. After dinner a committee consisting of Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Agatha Thilges, and Mrs. Raymond Metzen will be in charge of sports for the afternoon. Surprise for Mrs. Miller- Mrs. O. L. Miller, who recently celebrated a birthday anniversary, was taken by surprise by a group from Algona Sunday: the Elliot Skillings, the William , Gregsons, the Charles Harveys, the Everett Lee, and Audrey Frye. Mrs. lilylhe Home Again— Mrs. John Frankl, accompanied by Mrs. Mildred Baylor, drove to Dubuque Wednesday to get the former's mother, Mrs. Nina Blythe, -who had been with the Roy Blythes there a year. Mrs. Blythe will remain here for a time. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Heck here, and ishe taught several years in northwest Kossuth. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jensen are parents of a boy, born Sunday, June 19, at the maternal grandparental Henry Schmidt home. Mr. Jensen is well known at Swea City, where he lived many years. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Heinrich are >arents of a boy, born Wednesday, une 22, at the Coleman hospital, Estherville. The child has been lamed Jackie Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christiansen are parents of a boy, their fourth, born June 16. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rolling, near Bancroft, are parents of a girl born Monday, June 20. Mrs. Rolling is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt here. Shower for Tleccnt Bride- A miscellaneous shower was given Friday at the Mrs. Charles Paris home in honor of Mrs. Lyle England, recent bride. Mrs. Ar nold Cheever and Mrs. Lloyd Pari were hostesses, and there were 2 Smolland Clan will hold an annual picnic at Interlaken Sunday. Constituting the clan are the Sam- uelsons, Magnussens, Swensons, John A. Andersons, and S. M. Johnsons, all of whom came from Smolland, Sweden, to this country. There will be speakers from away, all members of the second and third generations. guests. The honoree is the for mer Mandeline Paris, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paris, an her husband is a son of Mrs. L. I! England, Haifa. The marriage too place June 4 at Fort Dodge, an and Mr sister ant "Sew Chapter is Orpanl/ed— A W. W. G. chapter was organized at Mrs. Dittmar Thompson's Friday, and officers were elected: president, Marjorie Hlllsten; vice, ..aila Berg; secretary, Jean Sper- >eck; treasurer, Ruby Berg; coun- elor, Mrs. Thompson. Other SAvea City. Mrs. Harold L. Ditsworth enter- ;ained relatives at her home north of town last week, and included were three aunts: Mrs. Nickolena Christensen, and Meta Jensen, of Boston, and a Mrs. Dixon, North Dakota. Other guests were James Dixon, Mrs. Hoveland, and the latter's daughter La Mar, all cousins of Mrs. DitsWorth. The Guild will meet Friday at the Guild hall; hostesses, Mrs. Joseph Preston, Mrs. Earl Preston, Mrs. Maynard Jensen; program, Burma, Mrs. Ray Sperbeck, Mrs. P. Dodge, spent Sunday witn uie Merkles. The H. R. Frets came from Reinbeck Sunday to attend the Raney family reunion at Algona, and Mrs. Frei and daughters remained for a longer visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Flora Raney. Junior Huff Is spending the week with Stanley Gardner at Algona. Guests at H. C. Allen's over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brinkman, Chippewa Falls, Mo., and a son. Mrs. Brinkman is a niece of the Aliens, and formerly the family lived on the Allen farm here. The George Watkinsons, Cedar Falls, visited Mrs. Watkinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legler, and other relatives here Sunday. • St. BENEDICT A ball game Sunday between St. Benedict and Kanawha at Kanawha was well attended. St. Benedict won, 5-4. Next Sunday the locals will play at Wesley. Among St. Benedict spectators at the Kanawha game were Mrs. Carrie Erickson, son Eugene, and Mrs. Floyd Erickson. The Ross Studers, Clarion, vis- ite Sunday at Gregory Studer's. Ross, a nephew of Gregory, formerly lived at Plover. He is one of August Studer's sons. 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson motored to Dows a few days ago to see the latter's mother, also to take home her brother Chivies, who had spent a few weeks here and at Swea City. The Mc'Carthy-Shilts families, of Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at John Flora's. They are all former neighbors. Cletus Dorr, who works at Bancroft, accompanied the party here to visit his parents. Mrs. George Ferstl, Mrs. Jack Wieskamp, and the latter's son John, all of Britt, called on Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Cink Sunday afternoon. Walter Peterson's after a week with Mrs. Larson's and Mrs. Hovey's sister, Mrs. Otto Eckholm, Willmar, Minn., and were accompanied here by Avis Eckholm, of Willmar, who Is visiting at Otto Jenson's. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jenson attended a Jenson reunion at the Seneca school grounds Sunday. A picnic luncheon was given at Emil Larson's Sunday honoring the Larsons and the Hoveys, of California. Other guests were the John Jongbergs, the Arthur Larsons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine, daughter Cheryle, Paul Larson, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fetters, Si. James, Minn. Union | The Taylors spent Monday with the Maynard Stephensons at Arnold's Park. Mrs. Rudolph Will and her daughters Alice and Martha have been picking strawberries from two patches. Mrs. A. B. Schenck has been taking her boyis in to practice 'for the Fourth of July pageant. W. P. A. workers are doing some improving on the Thompson road. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blair, Winnebago, Minn., spent Sunday evening with the Bohns and Heerdts. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode are spending the week with Mr. Bode's parents in Illinois. Jos. Krieps is driving a new Buick. Seneca 1 Mrs. Bertha Bray ton, of Wisconsin, arrlved'one day last week to help care for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Cora Drinan. Mrs. Rosa Ahrend, of Waterloo, spent several days last week at Jos. Crowley's and Henry Klein's. (1) and Two (2) Buell'| Addition of the incorporated Town of Burt, KoBSUth County, Iowa, was aold to Kossuth County, tmva, who now owna and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless ""Jemjtlon. from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of thla notice. 'Dated this 27th day of June, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Klnsey, 1938. County Auditor. 41-43 Section Thirty-five (36) Township,One Hundred (J.OO), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kbssuth County, low*, I : was sold to'Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of-redemption •will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Klnsey, County Auditor. 41-43 1938. NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, \< KOSSUTH COUNTY J SS. To Bui't National Bank: You are hereby notified that at the annual sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 7th day of December, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wit: Lot Six (6) of Block One (1) Buell's 2nd Addition and Sub-Division of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) Buell's Addition of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (BO) days from ,the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Klnsey, County Auditor. 41-43 NOTIOK TO REDEEM STA-TE OF IOWA, .11 i. KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To W. F. Woodcock: You are hereby-notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa,' the following described real property situated in said County to-wtf. Lot Six (6) of Block One (1) • of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (36), Township One . Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa who now owns and holds the cer tificate therefor and that th right of redemption -will expire and a deed for said premises wil e made, im | c 938. Mils 27th 5. ^S. Kinscy, Auditor. STATK op <OSSUTU 3 J. L. Stevens 1 You urn hereby in adjourned sale '?'. U J*S" °." «io 51 . with County, described n'a tlon •Range Kossuth f •"inly, T O «. ; ' , was sold I.,, Kosauth c 0 who now owns tlfi cute and | therefor and right of redemption find a dceil fur said i be made, unless red such sale b e m& (90) clays from the coiwl vice of lliiii notice Dated tiiis 27th 1938. KOSStlTH COUNTY By E. S. Klnsey, '' County Auditor. NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ,V KOSSUTH COUNTY ij'SS. To Clara Anderson: You are/hereby notified that at the regular sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 7th day of December, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt: Lot One (1) of Block Twelve (12) of Murtagh's 2nd Addition and Sub-Division of Block One (1) and Out Lots One (1), Two (2), and Three (3), of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption* from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June,1938. • ' KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, D'you see that sign? It's GLUEK'S for mine! J. Heiken; music, Wilma and Eloise Preston. The Rev. and Mrs. Bronleewe at- The Herbert Arndorters, Mr. and Mrs. August Fehr, and Lucy and Caroline Arndorfer drove to Wost Bend Sunday to inspect the grotto. Mrs. Jack Wieskamp, Britt, and her son John have been guests several days at George Ferstl's. The women are sisters, the former Wiener girls. The J. T. Lalliers were Renwick visitors Sunday, at W. Homerding's. Frank Neumann, Bancroft, was a Sunday visitor at-the Jos. Cink home. He is a relative of Mrs. Joseph Neumann, who lives in this vicinity. Evening guests ,.it the Cink home were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein, Mr. and Mrs, .Ben Dorr, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Cink. ,A number of members of the parish were shingling the rectory The Helpful Thursday club and the children had a picnic on the river north/of Seneca Friday. Eva Kracht is now working at the Rachel Cafe at Swea City. The John Longs, near Burt spent Sunday at the Mrs. Frank Norris home. The Curtis Olsens and the Irvin Classons were at Mallard to help the women's mother, Mrs. Carrie Larsen, celebrate a birthday. County Auditor. 41-43 Drink nolhinf but Glutk't "Summer Special" for • few day*, till you btcomo accustomed to Iho flavor. Then—you'll never want to drink a tweet beer asainl GLUEK'S .THE TYPICAL PILSENER FLAVOR! GLUEK BREWING COMPANY — MINNEAPOLIS NOTICE TO KKDKEM STATE OF IOWA, Jlrs. Chiltun Again Sick- Friends here report that Mrs. Kate Chilton, a victim of diabetes, is again suffering from open sores on her feet. She is now with her youngest daughter, Mrs. Victor Hammer, Le Sueur, Minn. S. S. Picnic at Cull Park- Between 35 and 40 Sunday school pupils, teachers, and a few mothers had a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call park Wednesday. Two TiL'tims Have Mumps— Mrs. Robert Skilling has been attendants were Mr. Frank Henderson, brother-in-law of Mr. England. The couple made a short wedding trip, and are now living with the 'bridegroom's mother on a farm. The bride is a 1938 graduate of the local high school, and Mr. England was graduated from the Haifa high school some years ago. Honeymoon Couple Cliarivaried— Mr. and Mrs. Leon Looft got home last week Wednesday from a week's honeymoon in the Black Hills. Mrs. Looft is the former Delores Kennedy, near Swea City. The couple were charlvaried the night they got back at their new home here. Off for Eastern Tisits— Mrs. Louise Howell left Friday for visits at Washington, D. C., with her brother, R. W. Livingston, and a sister, Mrs. Nora Heermance, New Haven, Conn. oy Has Popular Disease- Dennis, small son of Mr. and tended the Bronleewe family picnic at Spirit Lake Tuesday. -*- fiood Hope Children Sick. Good Hope, uJne 28—Cases of mumps and whooping-cough still hang on in the community despite warmer weather. There are two victims at Fred Plumb's, two at Roy Sarchet's, one at Glen Jenkinson's one at Bob Harvey's two at Henry Engstrom's ai\d one at the W. I. Dodds home. LuVERNE Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Des Moines, and a son were callev& at Philip Immerfall's Sunday. Lenora Arndorfer is at Rochester, where she has had an operation. Her sister, Mrs. Roy Pickens, is with her. Mrs. Rose Nelson and her sons Charles and Clarence were dinner guests of Mrs. Nelson's mother near Livermore Sunday, then drove to Fort Dodge to "visit Mrs. Patrick Murphy and Mrs. Marie Hanson, patients at Mercy hospital. They also called on the Rev. Father Eisenbacher, new chaplain at the hos- tfOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, "I 1 KOSSUTH COUNTY i|SS. To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, .1935, by the Treasurer of'Kos- suth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt:, Lot Eight (8) of Block One (1) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa", was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the. right of redemption will expire, and a deed for.said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed ser- KOSSUTH COUNTY ijSS. To J. L. Stevens; You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wit: . Lot Five (5) of Block Two (2) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa who now owns and holds the cer tificate therefor and that th right of redemption will • expire and a deed ^or said premises wil be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninet (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of, June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Klnsey, County Auditor. 41-43 4th of July Bargains in Used Cars confined to home with mumps Jensie Skilling is also a victim. OTHER IRYINGTON The K. P. Roneys were business visitors at Des Moines Saturday The Elmer Doles, Woodbine, were recent overnight guests here. The James Beckers, Livermore, were Sunday visitors at George Wag ner's. The Wagners spent Satur day with the Fred Illgs, Bode. The Charles Lambs, Estherville, wer recent callers at Paul Hudson's. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthu drove to New Hampton on a bus ness mission Friday. They als visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klari Mason City. Mrs. George Ramus is at Clai eiice Krause's, caring for the chi dren, "who are cough. Mrs. Ernest Mrs. Linus Laffey, is having the mumps. Other Armstrong News. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Vander- urgh, daughter Betty Lou, and Lois and Bobby Rankin, all of Denver, arrived Saturday to visit he Charles Denisons. Mr. and Mus. Harry Davis, daughter Ethel, and son "Warren attended a family reunion of Mrs. Davis's people at Osage Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ross, Waterloo, spent last week at the latter's sister, Mrs. T. L. Johnson's Mrs. Ross was Violet Blekfeld. Mrs. Russell Sinclair, Oelweln and her daughter Jeannine are spending two weeks at the par ental S. B. Knutson's. Leo Fitzgibbons, employed by a Lucille Wehrheim, Webster City, spent last week with Betty Burtis. Elmer Wehrspann, teacher in the Lutheran day school here a couple of years ago, was here Sunday. The Donald Traugers, Des Moines, were guests the same day of Donald's mother, Mrs. Helene Trauger. Mrs. Maurice O'Connell and her daughters came from Villa Park, Chicago, that day for a visit at the William Ellis home. Mrs. P. E. Griffith and her children left Monday for their home at Nicholasyllle, Ky., after a visit lere in which a number of social courtesies honored Mrs. Griffith, who is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers. pital. Clarence Nelson visited friends at Mankato last week Sunday. Sexton vice-of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Klnsey, County Auditor. 41-43 having whoopin _ _ Bormann enterei the'Kossuth hospital last week fo treatment. . ... The Jack Hahles moved in with Henry Hahle here early last week. The Aid will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ben Terhune. Lucile Dole was off work last •week, suffering from tonsilitis. Tonsil Week at Burt. Burt, June 28—Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle removed some tonsils from 15 patients here last week law firm at Algona, spent th week-end at the parental D. Fitzgibbons home. Jery Louise, small daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Merrill 'Nicosen, is spending a week at her uncle Mac The Evangelical young were at Renwick Sunday people after- Nicosen's, Rolfe. •*Child Has lilood Poisoning. Good Hope, June 28 — Shirley Ann Harvey was seriously sick Sunday from blood-poisoning contracted via a cut made by stepping on an egg shell. The type of infection is one which develops rapidly. She was in a dangerous condition for a day or two, and required the services of a registered nurse. noon and evening to closa a Youth rally in the Fort Dodge district. One hundred thirty-five registered from Boxholm, Paton, Pomeroy, Fort Dodge, Lu Verne, and Renwick. The local mission circle is planning a missionary oratorical contest next Sunday evening in which a silver medal will be presented to the winner. The Rev. E. R. Walter, his wife, and children have spent part of the week at Cedar Falls, getting their cottage there ready ?or the summer. The Milton Woitos, Scranton, and Harold Woito, Sioux Falls, arrived Friday for the week-end with the men's mother, Mrs. Harold Woito and her sons came Sunday from Cedar Falls, where they had spent two weeks. Mrs. Woito's mother, Mrs. Severin, the latter's daughter Betty, and two aunts of Mrs. Woit brought them here. Mrs. Laura Woito, Algona, was also here Sunday. Virginia and Evan Lichty left Monday for a week at Pes Moiaes, attending a Bible conference at the state fair grounds. They ac- at Algona The third annual Wise family reunion was held Sunday at the Clear Lake state park, with 75 in attendance. A picnic dinner was eaten at noon and followed by a short program. Mack Wise was elected president; Strother Wise, secretary. Sidney McSwain, Enid, Okla., and his daughters Flora and Imogene have been visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Sarah Wise. They came for the Wise reunion. The Alfred Opheims, of Staples, Minn., and the Loyd Stevens, of Mapleton, Minn., also attended. Mrs. William Green had a visit Sunday from her brother, Henry Pfeffer, who was a dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson, of the Doan neighoorhood, spant the evening with the Greens, and Mrs. Green's sister, Mrs, Ralph Witham, Garner, with her family, were callers. The Bovene Johnsons, of Garner, were Sunday visitors at Fred Nehring's. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler, of Burt, and Mrs. Koestler's niece, Mrs. Maggie Brauuschweiger, of Gordon, Neb., called on the Chester Fitches & few days ago. Mrs. Braunschweiger, a cousin of Mr. Fitch, is visiting relatives here NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, !)< KOSSUTH COUNTY ,5SS. To J. J. Grein: You are hereby notified that at the annual sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 7th day of December, 1936, oy the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wit: Lot Thirteen (13) of Block Three (3) Morehouse'is Sub-Division of Out Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3) and Four (4) Morehouse's 2nd Addition of the Incorporated Town of Bancroft, Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, IV KOSSUTH. COUNTY To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wit: Lot Six (6) of Block Two (2) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa; was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed ser- v.ice of this notice. •Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, '} . KOSSUTH COUNTY To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wit: Lot Three (3) of Block Two (2), of the Plat of Stevens KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor, 41-43 this week. Mr. spent and Mrs. Saturday Harvey Steven and Sunday at Webb with their daughter, Mrs. Evert Hodgin. Mr. Hodgin had an appendicitis operation Saturday. Mr and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield were dinner guests last, week Thursday at the John Ulfers home NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, !}i KOSSUTH COUNTY-OfSS. To Burt National Bank: You are hereby notified that at the annual sale of lands and lota for taxes on the 7th day of December, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kos- sutb County, Iowa, the following described real property, situated in said County to-wit: Lot Five (5) of Block One (1) Buell's 2nd Addition 'and Sub-Division of Blocks One RADIO REPAIR Ed Genrich PHONE 520-W AT BJUSTROM'S All types—all models Auto Radios a Specialty 39-11 We. have the largest selection of Used Can North Iowa. It will pay you to see these W ful bargains. Perhaps your old car mill the down payment. 1937 Ford Deluxe Tudor 1937 Ford Standard Tudor 1937 Ford "60" Tjidor 1936 Ford Standard Tudor 1934 Ford Standard Tudor 1933 Ford Standard Tudor 1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Master Coach 1935 Chevrolet 157" Truck 1935 Chevrolet Panel 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1936 Plymouth Coach 1936 Dodge Sedan 1931 Ford Tudor 1929 Ford Pickup TERMS KentMotor 0 BARRY* S BEER IS

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