Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1938
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NEW SERIES OF ADULT GLASSES OPENHEPT, 28 W.P.A.'s Free School at Bryant to Be Continued. Katherine Lattin, Humboldt, announces that free adult government classes will open next Monday at the Bryant building as follows: Monday—special period, 1:30, 3:30, for any persons desiring special help; 3:30 to 5:30, study of community problems, Wednesday— government courses, review for general public, 2 to ,. Mnr , o1i , Ar . c 4 P. m.: English classes, special v, J ndel '"' Minu - bridesmaid, for citix-Piushlp, 4 to 5 p m cit • J°sephson, sister of the bride.,~-_i • „ _ ._ * JJI ** l -' L ' ; irrnmn \rm>« « 1,1..- i_ _ Weslejnn Weds Minnesota Youth- Wesley, Sep. 20— Herbert, the youngest son of Mrs. Nils M Johnson, Wesley, and Ruth Alene,' rt.a llrr1i4- A » _fi * r.. . _ _ *»»x.«.»v, ( Clyde were daughter of Mr. and Mrs Siebel, St. James, Minn!, „..„ married Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Methodist church St i ani ff',, by the Rev - K- Hendrick! Uindlellght was used throughout he service. The bride, who wore n flowered n"'.'i, c '. l ilk organdy floor-length gowi! Ruth Alln Standard Bearers Install— The Methodist Standard Bearers met Tuesday evening at their leader Mrs. F. E. Sawyer's, and installation of officers took place: Howard Genrich, president; Charlotte Johnson, vice; Elvie Vera, secretary; Fern Johnson, treasurer; Arden Orton, mitemox secretary ^' vlcia Hul1 ' P^nist; Marian Mc- tling secretary keeper of lights Want . ALQdffA IOWA FLOORS 8ANDBD. REFINI9HED with permanent floor finish. A neW Improved method guarantee Ing satisfaction.—Cowan Building A Supply Co. 38tf ruire, CHOCOLATE) MALTED MILK — It's the way we make It. Every one Is a delightful, delicious, altogether pleasant experience.—Barker Drug. i AUTOMATIC STOKER — NO more hand firing when Butler is oil FOR RAT IT v;i?AnTTMrL T>r>A*> tlle Job. Home always comfortable. _ l .?.f vljB ' i^ARLING BOAR.— J.mv „„•* Rnov »«,.,„= _w a M-,,.. C. Winkle, Burt. 8pl cost. Easy terms. — F. S. Nor- FOR RENT—SINGLE GARAGE on N. Jones st.—Call 82. ton & Son. RADIO REPAIR MAN—AT YOU'R service with all needed - .• -^*ie,Lij &U\Y II .s^s^j.s.'js s: -Err ??; s r ityMccts - '" - The local Beta Sigma Phi soror ons, was attended by Mrs Be't- n i — -•° •* "• °""j> amin' Josephson, Boone Iowa I. C n? apt ! !r held n Business meet- - ' J.u\vu, . jMtr TllOdHnv ntrrti, 1,,™ „*. *r_ T-* zenship groom, wore a bine lace tloor- msliip c-nurse, 7:45 to !) p m !, ,, , e a Dlue la ce tl Friday-Handicraft, 1:30 to 2:30. ±f L^ S L and , ™ rrled »«nk , . , second i lass in handicraft, 3:30 to as- 6:30. Eliirible; Lattin announces that tors, while Mis B Miller wore a y'el- ters S ° Wn Bnd Carried lav ender as- The bridegrooom was attended i" 1 Philadel P hi «_sonie years^ago.' — „ uuv.^nuuii, JJUUlle, 1 Own ' l» m j "woo 111^^L- mid of honor, and Margaret Mill- i ", S J ', es ^ ay evelll »£ at Mrs. Don r. Madelia, Minn.. brld"mni" I*?.. Mil ' er ^' and a Program was by Margaret Brown and Lorand Deanne Arndorfer. Two affiliated members were present Naomi Baxter, Mason City, and Eleanor Fraser, Algona. Miss director of n chapter imhs i.mm announces that the »y Kenneth Siebel, St. James the iuesdav public speaking classes 'bride's brother, and Orville Livns will no^nm till October 4, when Mankato. Little Norma ' af-hPl' Norma Siebel, Cresco Four-H Glrl s Meet— The Cresco Chums 4-H club met Saturday at ' ' new and t.ici members may attend Bister of the bride', was flower cirl f ntu !' da 5 r at t n e home of between i : :!0 and 5:30 p. m. for i The bridal party took pHcef it S , Parks ' five members and four preliminary Instrilf-Hnn the nltn,- * n +!,„ -...„,__ ', i ™ ' ll 'tOl's attelldinfT. Ln(« Snnrlr,, preliminary instruction. Anyone. v,-ho desires to do so may attend .Miss Laltin's classes. There is no formal enrollment and notli- Ing to pay. The cltizenhlp classes Alice vis- the altar to the strains oflihen' Sverf ""'"^ L ° iS Spafks WaS trrin'o nm^ri! , ... . .v" 1 - 11 leceived as a new member. A grin s wedding march, the bride entering on the arm of her father, who gave her away in marriage. Evelyn Miller, aunt of the are of special benefit to persons bride, sang At Dawning and desiring to prepare for natural!- Perfect Day. zation. Other clavsses are for the Following the general public of all ages. Oh ceremony TV PA is Sponsor. group, with 32 relatives, retired'to the church basement, where .-, v^. a re- SchooU like this are conducted ^ tion , wa ? held for the couple irfo* \ur>« . -,. _^ l ana rp.fi'pjthmanto „.„.._ __., ... ..... >,„.„„, health talk on care of t'hTfeet'wa's given by Lois Barr, and one on table etiquette by Alice. The next meeting will be at La Verne Gand' er's. under \VPA tin is a former teacher in the C» dar Falls schools, who has an '\ B degree from the State Teachers' and refreshments auspices. Mi ss Lat- " "T t e ,, meTnts were 6 «'™d. r teacher in the c«- • a l' S belng Irene Johnson. Wes" .w y ' g ", 6S Jo! » nsoi >> Grantsburg. - T -~ -.„,.. lut - Olale Teachers Th'p'Vnnni f,'" 6 Brown - St - J ames. college ;, n j haa done post-graduate fh '%?,° ^ J'" 6 " °" * tOUr ° f study a: the University of" Colom-l th M, B ,! ack Hills ' after whlc h they naan/1.*in/~\l,i_ •_. .. " IWlll 11VP n t TVTn ttb-n */-. -...T •»••da and <m Ohio university The work Miss Lattin is doins here was begun a year ago and she estimate;-, that 300 to 400 altogether have taken of her classes. She is in Al-ona i four days a week—Monday, Tues-1 day, Wednesday, and Friday 'will live at Mankato, where i Johnson i s an auto mechanic. Mr . Attending from Wesley were Mr " Irene John- Esther Skow, son „ _ lunv she i Harold> Mr alld Mrs - Olaf Fun- has conducted similar school-;: " eraark ond t«e Funnemark elsewhere. " Howard. Mrs. J. T. Superintendent Laing furnishes a room son t j\\. and Benjamin Jpgephson, of ang urnses n Bryant for Miss Lattin'sl e> a ' S ° a _ ttenfl edr J. H. Godden, 78, of _ 7 **) **» Emmetsburg, Hil)le Searchers Class Elects— The Methodist Bible Searchers o. S. class met Tuesday at Mrs. J. H. father J. B. mornmc at W. „.Emmetsbg, pro- here, died j-esterday his home of uremir K?d np - I 1 wa * not yet ™™ ITl^- "' hen the ">neral would were ii . , L egion convention, expected to return by plane. Godden, who had owned and at- are Mr. a monu- tin, accompanied'at the piano Iby Mrs. Roberts; and a reading by little Harriet Viniug. Election of officers took place- 'Mrs. W. L. Martin, president; Mrs. Barney Cosier, vice; Mrs. Neal Smith, second vice; Mrs. Hattie Witham, third vice; Mrs. Neal Smith, secretary; Mrs. Mae Har- Shower for Hena Itakken— Rena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Oliver Bakken, was honoree at a pre-nuptial shower lost evenin" (Wednesday) at the home of he mother. Hostesses were Mi- Peter Halsrud and Mrs. Georg .Singbusch, both of Algona. Mi's Bakken i s soon to marry Durwoo Mittag, Union -township. 1'arty Honors Mrs. Dalton— Mrs. L. W. Keith entertained ten guests Monday afternoon in hono 01 her guest, Mrs. Clam Dalton, o Evanston, 111. The afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Dalton, who Is a former Lakotan, is making a visit of indefinite length here. She will spend the week-end at Cleai Lake with friends. Club Meets at „ Mrs. W. D. Howie, 'Emmetsburg entertained her bridge club of eight members Tuesday afternoon at her home. Six women, belong- ng to the club live here. Mrs Charles Joynt and Mrs. Howie both of Emmetsburg and both former Algonians, are the out-of-toivn members. Mrs. Jane Clark, nd •and in at Texas. Car Interior is Burned; Corwith Corwhh, Sept. 21— The interior of Albert Merrlam's Pontiac car wa s badly damaged by fire Sunday night. The car had been driven into the garage with the windows and doors tightly closed. Monday morning smoke wa s noticed coming from the garage and on inves tigation proved that the car wa °5, fl , re - T .he front seat, steering wheel, radio, and other instru- destroyed. ris, treasurer teacher; and assistant. Assistant hostesses were Mes- dame Joeph Dedrich, J. F. Cook, and Sylvia Lanning; also Ella .Walker. The guests were Mrs. Walter Roberts, Mrs. Myrtle Vining, and daughter Harriet, a Mrs. Haa/ PTA to Open Season— The first meeting of the local ? ar f n , t ; Teacbers association will be held next Monday afternoon at A,? AB , ryant school at 2:30 sharp All Algona mothers are invited to attend A program will be given and there will be a social hour honoring the teachers. Galloplnpr Tea Is Announced— The Congregational Septembe™ Circle will hold another of i .Galloping teas" Friday morninj So clock to 11:30, at the home o J!™-™?; 1 * 61 "*-. Assisting ho, fc '_ FOR SALE— GUERNSEY HEIFE r calf, 5 mos. old. — 504 Fair St. B. Ilp52- .VUTO LOANS — REFINANCING •- Lower payments, — Wester t- Credit Co. 8u30tf a FOR SALE — DRESSED CHICK - .. ~ 15 ' Mi' s - A. Butterfield, phon o 1:1 FJ12. 7u t. FOR SALE— SPOTTED POLAND , ,,,F, hIlm boars ' — Nlck Reding * Whittemore. 10p52-l ACCURATE PLATS OF THE CITY of Algona for sale. — Mrs. A. E Michel. 12(2)1 FOR .SALE— PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars.— Fred DeVries, Tltonka. 10pl-2 FOR SALE— USED BICYCLES 1 good used stove, used tires.— Joe Bloom. 12C1 POLAND CHINA BOABS FOR sale.— Jess Dugan, % mile west, % mile south of Burt. 15pl-2 *UH t>ALE — GOOD CHESTER White gilts and boars, — Aaron Tqylor, Burt. I2pl SECOND HAND TVPmwr5T'nr<nc parts. Long experience with all makes. E, A. Genrich, phone 520W or .0,9, i $10 REWARD FOR ANYONE giving information leading to arrest and conviction of person who hns been destroying my property at 004 ! So. Jones St. Ploase notify WM1 F. Brown or Sheriff. 1-2 FOR SALE— PERFECTION KERO- sene kitchen cook stove, almost new; white-enameled Infant's bed, almost new, with brand-new mattress. — Ask Advance. gl-4 ?OR SALE^FARMALL F-30 trac- or, 3 years old, A-.l condition Will consider F-12 on trade. Little Genius International plow 3-lG 1 with slat bottom, one year old.— 1 Josie Thompson, Burt. 29pl | _r\n rrrt 1 Ult bALE — USED CORN PICK- 1 ers. Farmall mounted and pull 1 .ype In all makes. Also used F-20 V 1 nd regular Farmall Tractors, 1 )riced to sell. — Denison Implement 1 o., Denison, Iowa. 28u51-.l-3 | FARM JTEAR ALOOJVA 1 ZENTNER FARM, 135 ACRES, 2 1 miles N. E. of Algona. 90 acres 1 tillable land, and 45 acres blue! 1 of the Southeast corner ot the Southeast Quarter (&£%} ot the Southeast Quarter (d&U) of Section .Three (3), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), Wes£ of thd Fifth. P. M., South 13 rods, 6 ft. 6 In., West 12 rods, North 13' rods* 6 ft. 6 In., Eaet 12 rods to place of beginning, Kossuth County, Iowa, at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, with a substantial down payment and the balance in cash ns aoon as the Abstract of title to the real estate Is approved, possession to be delivered when final settlement le made; and also asking that he be authorized to sell The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Section Ten (10), Township Ninety-Six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the Fifth P. M. subject to the balance remaining unpaid on the mortgage of Twelve Thousand Dollars ($12,000.00) to The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, and subject to a lease expiring March 1, 1940, which shall be assigned to the purchaser and free And clear of all bitter liene encumbrances at private M tiot less than the appraised for cash with a substantial paytnettt and the balance in as eobn oe the Absttact of has been Approved. You are fur.thef notified said Application alleges that and for mine down cash I Title that I It 1 "OCHli'p ar on nedessary to Bell eald real tatat atid personal property to pay th legacies irt aald Estate nni t make distribution as provldel b th*i'.Last ; WUl and Tefltftmeft said (decedent) For further particulars yoi •eferred to Application now lie. You are further notified ih< t bj Order of ;the above entitled Com- the hearing on said Applicant vlll be had at the Court Houie in Algona, Iowa, on the 10th dty o October, A. D. 1938, .at O-OO o'clock a. m. of said day, at rhicl line you may appear and .show ause, If any you have, why ai Orer should not be entered rayed. NICK GENG-LBR, Aa Executor of the Estalo of • John Markgraf, Deceased. -2 as You Can't Beat thes< Unusual Bargains Annex for sale.—Inquire of I. G'.. Dewel at the Advance Publishing Goi tf FOR SALE — FEEDER LAMBS'. immediate or future delivery Chester Bailey, phone 2F23. 12p51-52-l-2: ATTENTION—STOVE PIPE, 28-ga:.. 64n'.,. I9c, elbows, 19c, stovepipe- collars 5c.-^Coast to Coast Store: 1BCH grass pasture. Complete set of Improvements repaired and painted in 1937. Moderate taxes. Easy terms. Address W. F. Urenn, Fleldman, Plymouth, Iowa, or Harold Oldham, 4229 Beaver Crest Drive, Des Moines, Iowa Sales Supervisor for First Trust Joint Stock Land 'Bank of Chicago. 1 the savings s-, «tg e you ta come at once to Algona's original bargata head- and take advantage of* these Exceptional , that we raft to «tg e you ' —LOAJTS— FARTSI^ ADTO, AND PERSONAL.. S: Bofiannon, Hutchison Bldg. Phone 103 liui LET ME BREAK YOUR COLTS' to- ride or drive, or train them or tricks.—Ve'rne Campbell, Cor- vith, la. >VILL SELL SMALL PIANO in Algona for $48, if we can get the cash:—Write Baldwin Piano Store Moines. 20plu2-3 OR S'ALE^CASE 2-ROW CORN- Picker aircJ registered Aberdeen ngus bull. — Charles McMahon exton: OR SALE—HAMPSHIRE BROOD sows to farrow late September nd early October. — Joseph A kow, Wesley. 15pl-2 Mrs. ChQis. E. William Punk. Ronpe, and Mrs The origin of known. the fire i s not Olson New Head of District Dentists Five local dentists dental clinic at the Country H. A) attended a Mason City - — club clubhouse Monday T son ' C " D - Schaap, Karl Hoffman, L. G. Baker, A. J. R a son. Doctor Olson was elected •president of the Mason City district dental society. Doctor Harry • Chicago, conducted the cll- •nie and introduced new on bndgework. technique Horse is Drowned in Flooded Creek Bun, Sept. 21—The Elza Woltz- es lost a horse, drowned lost Tuesday night in a creek which flows through the pasture north of their house. Just how the accident happened is not known, as the honse was not found for some hours. The! water was not especially deep, and it is thought possible the animal might have been struck by lightning, or got stuck in the mud and was unable to free itself. Elevator Motor Burns at Corwith Corwith, Sept. 21—The Corwith volunteer fire department answered a call to the Federal North Iowa Elevator last week Friday shortly after noon, when a motor in the top of the building burned out The fire was put out with extinguishers before any damage was done except to the motor, which will have to be replaced. Three from Swea Go to Los Angeles Swea Eagle, Sept. 21— Axel Enckson, Joe Kennedy and Richard Berg, of Swea City, left last week Wednesday for Los Angeles Calif., to attend the Legion convention. The men are all members of Fisher Post in Swea City. Axel Erickeon will visit his sister- in-law, Mrs. Clara Erickson. ot Alharabra, Calif. W. C. DEWEL was an intestinal flu patient at the Kossuth hospital ifrom Saturday evening till Tuesday morning. -* Shower Honors Eecent Bride— A group of neighbors and other friends honored Mrs. Everett Hanna, nee Dorothy Smith, at a miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon at the farm home of Mrs. Tillie Hanna. near Lone Rock. The afternoon was spent at games and writing recipes and advice for the bride. Many gifts on a little wagon were pulled into the living room by the bridegroom's niece, June Adele Hanna. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in floral and tray decorations. Luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mrs. William Rath and Mrs. A. H. Hanna. Mrs. S. R. Parsons, Mrs. E. M. Smith, Maude Hanna, Viola Smith, and Mrs. J. B. Smith, all of Burt, were out-of-towa guests. Farewell for the Muhlemans— Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman will be honorees at a farewell dinner party Friday evening at the Methodist church. Doctor Muhleman has concluded six years (the limit) of service as district superintendent of the Algona Methodist district and will be assigned to a pastorate next week at the annual Northwest Iowa conference at Sac City. Following 6:30 dinner, the fourth quarterly conference of the local church will take place. The committee in charge of dinner consists of Doctor and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess, Air. an d Mrs. W. A. Dutton, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Wa-tun.yan.s in Sewing Party— The Wa-Tau-Ye club had an informal party Tuesday evening at Buelah Larson's, Mrs. Lura Sanders assisting, and the time was spent sewing. Before refreshments were served a group of the girls collected pennies and bought a gift for Buelah, who was celebrating a birthday. The next meeting will be a dinner next Tuesday evening at the Hotel Algona. Guests of the club were Gertrude Baylor and Rosella and Evelyn Voigt. Dinner Honors Two Visitors- Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Smith entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner last week Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Jean Hinds, Saskatchewan, .and Mrs. Agnes Hall, Grand Island, Neb. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Laing, thefr children, and Myrtle Klocke, Algona. will tesses will be fcaudain, F. E. Mesdames Saundere, V. R. Mrs llt Waller, and L. G. Baker. Boy Has Birthday Party— Kendell, son of Mr. and Harry Ward, celebrated his ... birthday last week Thursday bv entertaining n boys at his honi after school. Games were played ^ «r he ., boys tnen had supper a the Ward home. Kendell is in the sixth grade. Xaoinl Circle Will Meet— The Naomi Circle will meet tomorrow afternoon at Mrs. Oscar Anderson's, Mrs. N. E. Bartlett and Mrs. Douglas assisting. Members without means of transportation are to be at the Anderson Cafe not later than 2 o'clock. Party for Little Girl— Mrs. E. W. Hanson entertained a small group of little girls Friday afternoon from 4 o'clock till 6:30 m honor of her daughter Barbara's fifth birthday anniversary. Games were played and light refreshments served. Music Club M'ill M.., The Bel Canto music club will hold its first meeting of the new club year next Wednesday at Mrs -r. W. Stillman's, and Velma Olson leader, will tak on Theory and Practice. Tea for the Teachers— The Methodist Aid will entertain the Algona public school teachers at a tea Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5. It will be held at the church ind a musical program will be given. at reasonable cost.—Lusby.'S.. THE IBYIWG UECH house has Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Hinds „„. leave Friday morning for the former's home at Grand Island. Mrs. Hall, a sister of Mrs. Mary Laing, has been here a month. Parties Honor Mrs. Fraser— Mrs. J. 0. Paxson and Mrs. A. L Peterson entertained nine guests at a bridge luncheon Tuesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Walter Fraser. Mrs. Weaver won high prize, and the honoree was presented with a gift. Mre. J. O. F. Price and her sister, Mrs. J. H. Brechtbill, will entertain a few friends at one o'clock luncheon today in honor of Mrs. Fraser, who is leaving been aold! to Edward Blumer. Lu,sometime next week for the wintef ,Verne, who will more to Algona. I at Phoenix, Ariz. Other Society. Mrs. Robert Gill entertained her muting club Tuesday afternoon at her sister Mrs. L. F. Rice's. There are 12 members, and afternoons are spent sewing and knitting. Mrs. Klahr, mother of Mrs. George St. John, was a club guest. Mrs. Joseph Kelly entertained at two tables of contract last week Thursday, and dessert wa s served, following bridge. Mrs. R. W. Roeder won high; Mrs. Edward DeZel- lar, second; and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves was low. Mrs. Mae Harris and her daughter Mary entertained the Embroidery club yesterday afternoon at their home. There are eight members, and the afternoons are spent at sewing, Mrs. W. A. Vlgars entertained her bridge club yesterday afternoon at two tables of contract. No prizes are given, but scores are , kept till the end of the year. The Baptist Loyal S. S. class meets today (Thursday) at 2:30 at the church. Hostesses are the Mesdames F. J. Lai ng , W. T. Presnell, and Henry Furst. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman Sr. farmers south of Algona, entertained Mre. Mary Laiug, Mrs. Hall, and Mrs. Hinds at dinner last week Thursday 'Mrs. H. V. Hull entertained the eight members of her bridge club * evening. Bridge was , but no prizes were given The Congregational L. O. A' Sunday school clase meets today (Thureday) with Mrs. Kla ThoZ- son, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn X)R RENT—TWO HEATED sleeping rooms-. Prices reasonable. — Mrs. W. E: Courtney, 335 N. Hall. ispi IJF I'KOBATE ]VO. 4850 FOTICK OF HEARING OX APPLt- CATIOJf FOR AUTHORITY' TO SELL HEAL ESTATE AND PER- 80NAL PROPERTY. In the District Court of Iowa, in and' for Kossuth County. In the Matter of the Estate of John Markgraf, deceased. TO MRS. WM. RUSCH, SR ; MRS HAVE YOU A ROOM TO RENT? Many will be needing rooms soon. Try en Advance For-Rent ad. FARM LOANS—4%%, NO COM- mission. Can close your loan, promptly.—C. W. Nicoulin, Al- FOR SALE—60 SPOTTED PO- land China boars; also 8 white boars. Good ones.—Anton Varn- men. Ringsted. 15p(eow)l-r I AM MAKING LONG TIME FARM 1 loans at interest with: no stock to* boy and no red tape.—Sr. Haggard. 21p51-« ROOMS'.— IF YOU WANT TO.-find: a suitable room In Algona, make- known your wants in this section, * the Advance. SVTNDOW GLASS AT PRICES' very low. Storm sashes fitted: 12:(2)50tif TREAT! SERVE Barker cream. It's this week's feature f the Barker ice cream pnodncts. J y. but it's good!—Barker Drag. 1 X>R SALE—VAUGHN'S CHICAGO Barks Lawn Grass Seed; -with lantlng instructions, 1 Ib. 40c, 5 5s. $1.85.—Algona GreeabQuses. 17-1-3 WANTED—MIODLE-AGED woman for light housework and com- ianion, in modern home. — Call 7-W or at 609 S. Minnesota St., Mrs. Anna Skinner. 23pl WANTED—$2500 FIRST MTG. on fine home in Bancroft. Will pay fc interest and monthly payments n principal. Best references. nquire Advance. 22ul 17nl ' lWM: MARON; MRS. AUGUSTA (yl MARKGRAF; LLOYD MUCKEY, BERT MUCKEY, MELVIN MUCKEY, MRS. MYRTLE BOESHAR, AND WILLIAM MUCKEY, JR., HEIRS OF WM MUCKEY, DECEASED; MRS MARTIN MEYER; HERBERT ZUMACH; NORBERT ZUMACH- ALICE ZUMACH; MARIE OHM; HELEN OHM; LOIS OHM; LORETTA MEYER; LUELLA MEYER POTRATZ,- LUCILLE MEYER;- ELVERA MEYER; ALVIN RUHNKE; ELMER RUHNKE- WILBERT RUHNKE; LORNA RUHNKE; EDWARD RUHNKE- WENDELL RUSCH; KATHE- DEEN RUSCH; FRANKLIN RUSCH; PHYLLIS GENGLER- BETTY ANN GENGLER;' DOROTHY KORTEGAST; LORRAINE KORTEGAST; CHARLES KORTEG>AST,-RODELL RUSCH • MARRILYN RUSCH; SALLY RtTSOH; WILLIAM LENT3- ROBERT LENTZ; OLIVER LENTZ, JR. r MAXINE LENTZ- KENNETH RUSCH; MARIAN RUSOH;_ ARNOLD MEYER- FRED' MEYER; OLIVIA MEYER KRESSEN; LORENA MEYER; MRS. PAUL McDERMOTT; MRS LEONARD HARNESS; MRS VERNON REED; MRS. ROBERT EVANS; MRS. ROY ROSS: ARTHUR MARON; ALMA MAJION- VOIGHT; FLORENCE MARON; MARCELLIA MARON' ERNEST MARKGRAF; ROY MARKGRAF; AUGUST MARKGRAF, JR.; RALPH MARKGRAF; PAUL MARKGRAF; MRS. HERMAN ZUMACH; MRS. MARTIN MEYER; MRS. OTTO' RUHNKE,- MRS. NICK GENGLER; MRS. WM. LEINEGER- ARTHUR RUSCH; WILLIAM RUSCH, JR.; LLOYD MUCKEY• WILLIAM MUOKEY, JR.; BERT MUCKEY; MELVIN MUCKEY- MYRTLE BOESHAR; EWAHJ5 RITSOH; MRS. FRED KORTEGAST; MRS. OLIVER LENTZ • WILLIAM MEYER: You and each" of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth- County, Iowa, the Application of Nick Gengler, Executor of the Estate of John Markgraf, deceased, asking that he be authorized to sell the "Lotts^ Creek Store" owned by the- decedent, as a going concern, and as a unit including the stock of merchandise, fixtures, and the buildings and real estate upon which the same are situated, and described as follows: is, only $4.88 that f 68388 ' fr ° m our Maln sold for as much as $20.00— made ' >•'«, Jl clofh inn, NHMl,. lint? Jar IJnciMlii lt(>.l Shredded !•>.„,. Hi'inz Strained . BABY FOOM •Uz-ox. 1 cans I these close-outs at the small *».-, -^^ price: o£ 0.nljr _ $4k88 neatdreBaea-coiorfaat and made *%£ right for onlfe- ___.. Qgg DOZENS* AND DOZENS OF NEW FALL HAT«4_th«> save-you *.«> to $Sp pe? blanket ' price8 ^ ^» —miasea sizes, vniues we have ever shown for only $9.95, $1 £.85 °rt Coats for *>£, Qg Northern TISSUE, „•!! ... ralmolive Toilet SOAP, -I cakes . Crystal White "" UBtrtan »« . (Red Box) Sillier- SUDS, 2 91.0*. pkKD 8 24-0/. pkjfs. Dally DOR POOD, I 10.0Z. Ked Heart DOG FOOD I Q W-w.. O, cans TOKAY GRAPHS, 4 Ibs. ... Cobbler 'POTATOES, peck OKAXGES, size 288, iloz PIIHIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,,,,,,,,,,,, While they last! THe S«pl»| her "WOJtAJf zinc, 2c copy! A&P FOOD STW • OWNID AND OPLRAUD Bl In, AIUNTIC RND PACIFIC HA . j« MARKET—FIND A READY 1 ket for those fall boars and ^ through Advance Want Adi • POLL-PARROT SHOES—WE give special care to fitting chldren's hoes.—Poll-Parrots give room and omfort. And how they wear! — {resensky's. j JUT FEEDING COSTS! TAKE Sargent Minral Meat Meal short ut. Contains all needed elements for a balanced ration.—Anerson Grain & Coal Co. 1 FOR SALE—'20 PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vaccl- ated.—Mike Higgins, 3 miles orthwest Whittemore on pave- 17pl-2 FOR SALE—1935 CHEVROLET 2- door; $70 overhauling done this ummer; two new front tires. WU1 ell for $350 cash.—Inquire Ad- ance. •,„ NE MINUTE WASHER — 15- year service bond gives you pos- -ive assurance of long, efficient eryice. Complete information on equest.—L. W. Swanson. 1 A PACKAGE TO MA1&, DE papers to file away for safe- eeping? Ten sizee of heavy wan- a. clasp envelopes at the Ad- ance office at 2c to 5c each. E REARY FOR SOHOPL, WITH a typewriter for hojnework. Ask bout our second hand standard se typewriters or $ur new pprt* We typewriters,—I. G. D$wel. tf Commencing 34 rods North FOR YOUR FURNACE Tropic Coal SOOTLESS SMOKELESS CLINKERLESS CLEAN Careful Delivery RAESIY LUMBER CO, Milwaukee Depot 334 'ininuiiiiiiiiiiiniuHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH r ZOO Beautiful Winter COATS in the new season's! greatest FALL OPENDKI Yes—here's the biggest and finest collection of gorreos fur-trimmed and plain tailored 'sport coats ever shown in this part of Iowa. A grand showing of the most authentic styles in dashing new autumn .coloni (r}ch greens and deep wines)~nof to liaention the luscious pile fabrics, rivaling real furs. Youl'l like this great Fall showing, firing the first arid opening gun of the new season. Crime in now, while selections are at their! height and buy that coat | you'll soon need, and $12.85 to $59.00 Hundreds of Charming New Fall] Dresses What, a beillderjlag array of individual ffrocks, eacffi designed to enhance yo^ personal qh&rm; eacfc a, show-piece, en<* personally selected by our expefj iencfed buyers for the needs o! ICoduth 'county women. Woo 1 *' siJM aiid novelties vie witfl o^ andilier to win your favor. NoW| the time to buy that dress "' need! for the F&1J Fashion " $3.98 to $25 GostUine suits at i22.76 to I#*W Costuine suits at l? a .T5 to 9* •iiiuiiHiuuiiiu....... ' ^^*^^ l^F^i^pW ^ , ; : ,:-"i:s^:4," •., -

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