Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1939 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1939
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f PAOfi BIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY APVANCB. ALQONA, IOWA You get a BETTER USED CAR from a BUICK DEALER Priced to sell: '37 Clirv. Master l)e Taixc Coach. '«« Itiiick Do Tinxo Coach '3C Olds Do I-nxo Conch '30 Pontlac Do Lnxo Coach '«« Ponllac DC l,nxc Sedan '35 JJulck DC Lnxo Sedan '35 Chrysler De Luxe Sedan '20 BnicU Sedan '80 Chevrolet, Coach '30 Plymouth Coupe These cars are all winterized and have heaters and defrosters. 1VE TRADE. EASY TERMS BIRUM-OLSON CO, YOUR BUTCK DEALEIl 101 East State St. ALGONA mittee were Commander Saul, Ad- was a surprise dinner honoring Antoinette Bonnstetter, school nurse, a week ago Thursday evening In the Algona hotel's Blue Room, given by 19 grade teachers at the Bryant and Third ward schools and Madelon Hess and Bertha Godfrey, kindergarten and first-grade teachers in the high school building. Miss Bonnstetter was preented with a gift Her birthday was the following day. Dorothy DeMott Is Bride— _ „_ Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and jutant Burgess, and Glenn Raney, | Mrs. L. M. Merrlt, and Arlo, son for the Legion, and Mesdames H.'i Snppor Success Despite Weather— For the first time in some three years the Congregational Wom- of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson, Ma-i L. Gilmore, chairman, J. D. Burns, son City, wero married Sunday j Frank Green, D. C. Hucthison, A. A. Zittritsch.! an's association served a public i supper Thursday evening. This was also the first public supper in the remodeled basement of the Right. . . • Right fitting and a correct style assure you of the right appearance at all times. Our cost is low for a better fit. CLOPTON the TAILOR Phone 38 morning at 10 o'clock in a single-j E. Kresensky, and ring ceremony at the Methodist '. :'or the Auxiliary, parsonugo by Dr. F. Earl Burgess.; Only the bridesmaid. Edith Roeder, <Ti>l«t llhtlidars Observed— ___ the bride's attendant, Betty Mer- J ' F ' Overmyer and W. A. Foster church. Some 166 patrons, riti, tho best man. lOddle Boyken. celebrated birthdays jointly by en- the storm. Thouch a larger tit- Titonka, and the bridegroom's at- tertnining 12 male friends at the! teiutance had bep.n anticipated the temlant, Bruce Miller, were pro- Overmyer home Friday evening.> women were satisfied in view nf sent. j -Mrs. Ovormyer and Mrs. Foster t he weather. Tho snf* The bride was dressed in dove-' served 6:30 dinner, after which charse of the heads of i gray wool, with vest and reefer-' chlnker-chek and bingo were play-! c ] es O f ,he association. coat, blue blouse and navy acces- c d. The dinner was served at one; series, with fuchsia colored flowers lon E table decorated with red 1 ,,,, ... „ s ri«c« ti on her hat. Her shoulder corsage candy hearts, and the centerpiece • 1 " mul ' -• ^ »*" ss " was made of Johanna Hill roses: was a birthday cake carrying the and sweet peas. Birthdays of the liosts. Theme of Miss Roeder wore an oxford-!' 110 event was valentine's day and gray suit, with black accessories! tlle Washington-Lincoln birthdays.; THnnl ., fin fl1 h.f.ll evening Che Sanders will leave about March 1 for visits on the Coast. She was presented with a gift. Weather Cancels Cresco Snpptf— A public oyster supper planned by the Cresco Mothers & Daughters club for Friday evening at tho Community House (the former South Cresco church) had to be abandoned because the roads wero blocked by snow. Rdw*ahs to •Opt Gavel— The "Rebekah lodge will meet this In town Friday at Mrs. W, L. Martin's. Mrs. Gordon Worstef .-will was dressed in rose-colored sheer received a niouthorgan and Mr., wool, and wore a white corsage. Foster a bottle of hair tonic, i Thn hvlflnn-i'nnm'e ,nrtMi~,. •,..»..» «., i O-l1P<?fs wpl'n AlMr, S Mrs. Weteer Trill hf rihaLrnua. - A. R. Xtrfter T-ofl*T- The D. X R. n»«a* wfl The bridegroom's mother wore an • Guests were Albin Spongberg, M. aqua blue wool frock, with sweet! ^ Norton. Dr. F. L. Tribon, the peas and roses. | "~v. J. C. Buthman. Dr. F. Earl ; A three-course breakfast was Burgess, W. S. Wlndell, J. G. Me- 1 Hortense FergasoaX given by the bride's parents at| Dowe11 ' Sunt. Laing, L. W. Keith, es will be Mesflsaifts G. S. Enchta-: the Hotel Algona at 12 nooii, at-1 w - A ' Button, W. G. McCullough, an. C^R^JU Barr*, M.. ?, Hn^Eard. i tended by 40 guests. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Larson, and Roger Larson, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson, Webster City, and Mrs. Harley Larson, Mr. and Waterloo. ^oger, Kermit, Kenneth, and Harey are brothers of the bride- room. The horse-shoe shaped table was decorated with pink and white lowers and candles, and a three tier wedding cake in pink and white was topped with miniature figures of a bride and groom under an arch surmounted by a bell. Wedding-bell moulds of white ice cream were served. The bride was graduated from the Algona high school in 1936, »"d C. Dewel. Fnretvcll for Mrs. Sanders— The Wa-Tan-Ye business and P. V. Jsase. will har Jfc*. H. L. Gil- ! girls Condition? f» £22.IS*.«=-._»£i«™ «*L^ a «*"-•!»«SS.™S;-EVS Lura Sanders, at a farewell party Monday evening (last night) at Mrs. Hortense Ferguson's. A 6:30 dinner was served at decorated with white ; Dinner for .S. S. Class— The Methodis: Hozaebuilders Sunday school class Trill liave a 6:30 dinner WedEes-daT evening at orae w wte ndre-:' ers, place cards, red hearts, and a ^ e , cll "r cKa - ^^ n ^ and 4Mrs ' (Tuesdav) at the centerpiece of red and white car-' Mere Webster i n charge assisted M ' . by Messrs, and Mesdames Earl 1 songs were sun E: Moore - *• ^ McAtee. W. C. Irelan, £ c "* ""^V^ »J cna /Se. Mrs. F er the meal ind f H ' AL Olson - Kermit Forbes ' E - R - Th* v? ? 1 ? adt t r ° f the , group ' 01 me meal, »ma a ,., __, ,.._. „_, ._.'_. Ine rirst Lnthornn Wnmon', centerpiece of red and white carnations. Wa-Tan-Ye during and after „..„ „,„„, „„„ , v tribute to Mrs. Sanders prepared DeLan o, and Merle Schwietert. by Rachel Becker was read before „ . - U-O.-IM ™- . m presentation of a cameo brooch Inrts " I0r ^ llljn ?f Corkers"— Mrs. Sanders will leave late in the Jean> dau S hter o£ Mr - and month for California ! B - A - Tn orpe, was hostess last Lu'u Hunnhold ' and Clarice evenln S (Monday) to the other — - •-- -.^v^u, ^.,* n j.*ui;iiiiuiLi clllll I IT 1*1 PP •»»— — then studied a year at Nebraska i Amesbury were the dernriMnnt members of her Methodist Sunday StatP T^ho,.* „„!!— -,,r committee; Jessie Smith Laura sch ° o1 class (the willin S Workers) Mitchell, Flora Tiss, entertainment at a scaven § er and valentine par- committee; Amy Johnson and Elva. ty ' Mrs ' W - H " Thom P s on is teach- State Teachers college, Wayne, Neb. The bridegroom was graduated from Titonka high school, then snent several years working for his father, who was in the produce business at Titonka. L. B. Larson is now in the restaurant business. Arlo has been emnloyed at Zender's since September. be chairman of the Mrs. & D. Stokeo' entertained the Idle Hour bridge elitb last week Wednesday. There are no prizes given by this club. Ufa. T, P. Harrington was a guest. the Methodist Bible SearcHera S. S. class meets 'this afternoon (Tuesday) at Mrs. W. L, Martin's, Mesdames Sabln, McQuald, Johnson, and Sparks assisting. Pearl Hovey was hostess to the evening (Tuesday) a.t 7:30 nl the pj rst Luther League Wednesday DehneiL hoel.T. Bnrt Rebeknhs will ft t her home. A devotional program and -present the locnl lodge wnfl followed by a social hour and with a (.raveling gavel. This gold refreshments, wvrt 1« a^ymbol of the authority The Methodtet Queen B g ther8 of the lodges. mel nt the church at 6 p m , M{ evening (Monday). This was their .February meeting. Mrs. V. K. Hia- ing is leader. Mrs. E. L. DeZellar entertains the Bridgetto club this afternoon (Tuesday) at one o'clock luncheon. Two tables will bo in play. Mrs. R. W. Roeder entertained her bridge foursome Friday. Mrs Joseph Kelly was high; Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, low. Mrs. W. H. Klamp will entertain her C. S. D. W. knitting club this afternoon (Tuesday). There are) 12 members. The C. S. D. W. knittnlg club meets today (Tuesday) with Mrs Walter Klamp. There are 12 members. The Beta Sigma Phi sor.ority club will have a Valentine party this evening (Tuesday) at Bernlce Harrington's. Mrs. Thomas Dailey is entertaining the Laf-a-!Lot bridge club this afternoon (Tuesday) at two tables. The First Lutheran Brotherhood will meet this evening at 8 o'clock at the church. Mrs Herschel Thompson will entertain the Merry Mixers sewing club Friday. Hoy lias Bhenmatlc Fercr. Wesley, Feb. 13 — Paul, son of Mr. ana Mrs. J. F. Lorenz, is abed with rheumatic fever. He fell sick while he was writing county teachers' examinations. It is expected to be some time before he will bo up and around again. Paul Is an eighth grade pupil at St. Joseph's. Mrs. ..Tohn Kohlhaas entertained n:t fi •bi'irttre tinfl •GhMrer-Chek party .Fhursflay. iFlve naMes were In piny, Mrs. O.ir.aT Ai)te»on winning ffl -brifl.TO, Mrs. FVank Kohl: hiph HI 'Oh'iateir-Cliek. and tun TwlRes jrrern?: to Mrs. Alfred StiliiiltJ',, Mrs. '-GffftT'Sf Coaklin, and Missionary so- Tfeaiwday afternoon Th»s society was Stro groups, this be- Jor membership. The contest are entertain- Traincrs. but the latter will Jie program. cinty 10"!:! w » i ' onlv y) at be a valentine Godfredson . at , Brum ' w M «- Ff ed Powell, skillin & XT » -r^.,, »-. Norton, Billy Fuller, and In charge. Mrs. F. Ewold, gift committee. \ews of the Cong'l Circles— er, and there are 18 members, all seventh grade pupils. ; Houses-arming for IValkers— Mr. and Mrs. Larson left Sun- pone( i clay for a week's trip in the c ] e week Thursday hivp ;ational 'i- this , P 0 ft- week Tuesday Harold surprise last . The First Lutheran Woman's Missionary Society will meet this Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Alma Nelson's, with Mrs. Marie Rosewall as assisting hostess. Mrs. D. D. Monlux will be program leader. Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick -will entertain the Book-of-the Month club tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon. Mrs. R. C. Larson will review Days of Our Years. There are six members in this club The St. Thomas Episcopal s cir ~ housewarming party. The guests Guild will meet at Mrs. John Passell's in the Vera Apartments this . _, „.„..„. .™., week . Thursday at 2:30. Members morning with a i a l' e to take sack lunches for late South. On their return they will, Tf Feb U™T 16 anT V ' '"P^ supplied 100^ and ' there was a ive with the Merritts till they I Potter's Sa, not ye? decided nn^n se ^ im at bridge ' The Walkers re ' fmd an apartment. new meeting date cently moved into the house own Mrs. M. U. . ut c hins , clrcle WJU |d b, M D of Burt> at joilt To feel yonr best all the time the tables were: vocal solo, Mrs .„„.__, . _ Bertha Michel; board of foreign 1JK-A.U±/ Al missions table, hostesses Mrs. H. M. Olson, Mrs. W. C. Irelan, and speaker Mrs. Olson; board of home missions and church extension, hostesses Mrs. P. A. Danson, Mrs. D. A. Barnard, speaker Mrs. B. A. Thorpe; board of education, hostesses Mrs. Harley Troutman, Mrs. Walter Klamp, speaker Mrs. Anton Didriksen. Piano solo, Mrs. Wayne Wright; vocal solo; H. R. Rasmusson, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Fred Geigel; board of temperance Methodist Missionary Societies i mpp t at O .o n ^ , In Joint Meet Thursday- i TBUM P,L • ? y at Mra ' There was an atlendance of 115 ' '^ ^ '? ™* f ? r a women at a joint meeting of the valentinp with 1S Methodist woman's home and for-r M" w V, thT a . v f, rse on lL eign missionary societies at the' P Frenrh'. rir i" ^ MrS " W- church Thursday. A 1:15 luncheon; l^^^ 1 ^^ wa,s served nt six tables, decorated for the six boards of the church. Mrs. F. Earl Burgess, wife of the pastor, was toastmistrcss, and Mrs. W. G. McOullough, president | of Woman's F. M. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, president of the home were in the receiving! Tne line. The program and hostesses at i "A nns 508 east Lucas street. Teachers Are Party Hostesses— Bertha Godfrey and Antoinette Bonnstetter entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening at Miss Godfrey's. The diversion was the church."Hostesses win'bTMp^ Chinker-Chek. Guests were Mrs. dames E. C Dickinson M P Hortense Ferguson, Minnie Coate, Weaver, M. J Pool and K n Es t&er"Qulnby, Alvina Miller,•Hat- James. A.one-act play will be'pre- Ua Wllson ' and Marguerite Gil- afternoon refreshments The South Cresco Mothers and NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. No. 16000. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution direct ed to me from the Clerk of. the District Court of Kossuth county Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 24th day of Janu- iry, 1939, in favor of Metropolitan ..ife Insurance Company, of New York City, as plaintiff, and against Arthur T. Paulson et al and The H, D, A, CONDUCTS TRAINING SCHOOLS Mra. Ruth Seaton Hicks, county home agent, will conduct two training schools thin week, oiie for Plum Creek and tTnlon women to* day at the home of Mrs. Carl Paetz, the other In Seneca town* ship tomorrow (Wednesday) at the Seneca Consolidate 1 school building. The topic at each meeting will bo Feeding the Sick. Mrs. Hlck» will attend a follow- up meeting of the Greenwood group Thursday at Mra. Harold Wllholml's, and another Frldoy at Fenton. £ii Mick., knecht's, Gutknuecht T» Woman. This will attend a meeting at n the topic wm ? he third In a schools under county Farm I Wednesday, had dinner iiotel, then adjoin-, glon hall, whore v tho Atnes dniw discussed bn]|« good breedln^ school will bo !). and the topic" Biimos and PasturoiT here 3TOTICK OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY SS ,,,ui T 1 • ""'»un ei. HI ami me will have a party Northeast Quarter (NE'/i) of Section Nine (9), in Township Ninety- Eight (98) North, Range Thirty (30), West of tho 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendant for the sum of ?12,033.99 Dollars Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution direct- District™ Cou'r™ the - ° Ierk ° f "" 1° ~ a o°" * '"dement TendeTeTin OUR MEATS ATVD GROCERIES WILL MORE THAN PLEASE Another shipment of thoseM™ v! SUNKLST BIG ORANGES ; mit Forbes, speaker Mrs. Neal Per dozen 126 Smitn ; board of pensions and re' •• lief and American Bible Society CORN AND GLOSS STARCH hos tes.ses Mrs. J. C. Buthmau, Mrs. 3 pkgs. P. & G. SOAP 5 big bars 2 WHEATIES AND 1 All for 26p O TRY OUR 5c PER CAN HOG FOOD 256 L ' J ' Malue S- speaker Mrs. Malueg; -**»v . board of hospitals, homes, and dea- I coness work, hostesses Mrs Don- !ald Miller, Mr. H. R. Rasmusson, -»»Pjspeaker Mrs. Miller. The last number on the program was a play, A Good Steward, the cast consisting of Mesdames Meyer, A. A. Bishop, w. A. Foster, D. LETTUCE 2 heads for Big heads ___________ 10d CORN, PEAS, KIDNEY BE INS, TOMATOES Any way you want them 3 cans for ____ __ ____ 256 J. Bredali, Herschel and AVard Rockey. Thompson, "Youth Banquet" Is Duted— A Methodist youth banquet is NEW SHREDDED NUT, pound announced for this week Thursday evening at the Methodist church with Dr. Earl A. Roadman, Morningside college president, as main speaker. Young people from the ninth school grade up, also young and "elderly young" business people will be guests. Music will be furnished under leadership of Mrs. cornTV ! v ' K - Rlsin e- UUMJA- ' 9A* ! .^°" owin =' 6:3 ° dinner a program -^4p | will be presented, with Dr. F. Earl Burgess as toastmaster: Music; toast, Youth and the Church Ro<*- er Michel; toast, Youth and the .256 Churc h School, Mary Cruikshank; special music; Youth and the Epworth League, Eleanor Thorpe: •uriTT-r, . , special music; If I Were 18 Again, MAKE A MEAT LOAF OT7T< the nev - J ' c - Buthman; address OF LONG'S GROUND BEEF,?°l t °!'-. Roadman; E Pworth League FANCY PRUNES Big kinds 3 pounds for Surprise Honors a Birthday- Mrs. H. L. Turner entertained at surprise birthday party last week for her son „ answer Luella Strayer, Merle Cooper, Ralph Strayer, La Von San- Wl > Ruth the ev- in? « solo. The Anns were pre- "quiz" was conducted by the announcer. A string duet number Hcniiussies Are Entertained— M?, B , P rnf by ,? le , n Raney and W ' A " Vi S ars entertained MISS Dillon, with Miss Stehn at, Henhussies bridge club Friday ev- the piano and H. R. Rasmusson,' ening. The club has eight players hi-rh O nhnni m ,, 0 . 0 i nstructori gave and two "spares" and the men play " A ""°" '" ten weeks before the four lows entertain the other four at chicken dinner. There are now five more games to go before the dinner. Losers to Entertain Winners— The Presbyterian Missionary society meets this week Thursday at the church. A contest on obtaining - sented with roses. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore was general chairman. School Pupils Dance- Junior and senior high school students and teachers had a carnival and dance at the H. S. gym- nasim Saturday evening. Classes . , ------------ - —~^ „„ uul o. U iu B naa booths for refreshments, the ! new members of the church has proceeds going into the class j b een concluded, and the losers will treasuries. Music was furnished °e hostesses to the winners. A pro- hv n n » 11 rl ^,, j. ___ _i. , . _. _______ t> . 4*» ** T , MIJ i,^ llliJlltJtl by a student orchestra. A king! and queen presided, the queen be- mg Eugenia Little, the king Lyle Anderson, both seniors. Two girls and two boys from each class had been selected as. candidates and were voted upon, these two being winners. Tarty for Iivo Sisters— Mrs. D. C. Hutchison, assisted by Mrs. H. B. White, Charlotte Johnson, and Evelyn Dau, entertained Saturday afternoon at a valentine party for the Hutchison daughters gram is in preparation, with Mrs. Frank Geigel in charge. Surprise for Mrs. Parks— Mesdames Robert Gill, Dennis Pratt, L. W. Gillespie, George St. John, Clara Klahr, G. C. Stewart, George Conklin, Frank Shilts, and C. U. Pollard took Mrs. Fred Parks by surprise last week Tuesday morning for a tea. Lunch was supplied by the guests. Teachers Guests at Herbst's— Mrs. T. T. Herbst entertained XT , _ " ••Mwti«i-o:D *•*» ^. A. JL, iicj uai. eiuei laineu Ir,, 7 au- Twenty - three i the seven teachers of her sons Ted- guests were entertained between ! dy and Joel Friday evening The i ana 7o clock, and dinner was ' guests were Misses Hullerman, ntppp. ? HM two ] ? n e. tables, center- 1 Stehn, Rocksvold, Bloker, and Pieces being valentine boxes with Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. H R R a si*°i!\ ai r red candles - The table- - had -ed hearts as decora- musson, and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn - -- tions. Nancy and Joan are in the ' Farewell for Mrs. Sanders- third and fourth grades. "~ - - - • • Surprise for ScliooT Nurse— A social item recently missed Mrs. C. B. Murtagh entertained ten women at a farewell luncheon for Mrs. Lura Sanders last week Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Bring this adv. and you can' r , Au attenan ce of iso is expected. buy 8 bars of candy, any. Cem ™ s._s._cia_ss will serve. brand for 9^ , Legion-Auxiliary Card Tarty—- LONG'SFOODSHOP Free Deliveries Often Phones 214 and 215 WE WANT YOUR EGGS BLANK NOTES 95—In Pad_25c —Also— Chattel Mtg. Notes AdTance Pub. Co. joint meeting of the local Legion post and Auxiliary unit last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. J. Kelley won high for women at auction, and Ray Ladendorf was high for men. At contract Mrs. Joe Bloom and J. D. Lowe won high. The meeting opened with group singing, Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer at the piano. Following cards, Bingo was played. Judge Hudson, member of a post, and Mrs. Kresensky's father, Giles E. Pettlgrew, Flandreau, S. D., were out-of-town guests. On the entertainment com- SALVE relieves COLDS price Salve. Nose Drops lOc and 25c 666 Liquid, Tablets NOTICE—CHANGE OF DATE Closing Out Sale! Two and one-half miles straight west of Whittemore Thursday, Feb. 16 5—HORSES—5 43—CATTLE—48 These cattle are all in good condition. 12 FALL PIGS—EXTRA GOOD 50—WHITE ROCK PULLETS—50 Full line of farm machinery. Joseph Eisele COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers, FARMERS STATE BANK, WWttemore, Clerk. said ua v uaiy f 24th m f avor of of Tr j. . era Insurance Company, as plaintiff, and against J. M. Jensen and et a1 ' as defendant, ($10,535.38) Dollars ac- taxed at $185.46 DollarTlmd uc- crumg costs, I have levied upon the following described Real prop- rty j Pa *p he Property of the saTd J. Jensen and Sena Jensen et al ,. and costs, taxed at $192.61 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Arthur T. Paulsen et al to sat- ify said execution, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter of Section 9, in Township 98 North, Range 30 West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa; and I will proceed to S ell said property, or so much ,, 38/10 ° i ?, re ,° f as may be necessary to and costs, satisfy said execution, with costs Th v The Northwest Quarter o e Southwest Quarter of Section Sev- of the the h <, the Southeast Quarter of Sec- EI f Ihteen d8). all in Town- Ninety-eight w,i co "aty, Iowa; and will proceed to sell said pro- eity or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy execution, with 'costs and ^" C aUCtion ' to ^ for Qash - in ha "d, on lio day O f March> ^ 9, , and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 7th day of March, 1939, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. ated this 7th day of i939 CASEY LOSS. Plaintiff's Attorneys. 22-23 7th > , a •he east door of the Court House n Alona Algona, in Kossuth countv day, when and wher P due attendance will be given hv he undersigned. Dy Dated this 25th day of January, CASEY LOSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, < STOMACH DISTRESS ^f^v^^r ' DIA:BISMA Buy Your Children's Spring Dresses Now Dozens mid do/ens of the cutest styles vn ever saw arc here. The Chrischilles SfoJ We have just received our complete Spring showij of children's cotton dresses—the most charminj !l of cute, attractive frocks it has ever been our pri lege to offer mothers. You'll be delighted with t chic styles, the moderate prices $1.00 to $1.98 and the complete size ranges 1 to 8 8 to «U 7-10 8-1G Come in this week and buy yuor requirements-whilj assortments are complete KOSSUTH CO, FARM AT AUCTION TUESDAY, FEB. 21, 1930 COIWELL LIVESTOCK PATILIOJT, STABTING AT 1 P. I, four (94) 72 acres i* acres live stock. Farm is known as John Men I of Section Thirty (30), Township Ninety-! «!« ? D y i ntao (29)l Rl TOrdale Township. Plowing done. Possession given March 1,19311 ^"S^-i'^^r^.TL-.rs Good well and windmill. 1939. HARRINGTON & LOWE Plaintiff's Attorneys' ' 22-23 n anlocld pondx n 0 ag.nl Tak. i. "«"«»«i an abno/ c,<i., Y | n ,(,. ,, omacn farlabl. I..ling W. LUSBY fetaswaiSSt-a-'.'K-l This farm I 8 g 0 | ng to be sold. HORSE SALE SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1989. SAIE EYEBY SATURDAY horge sale. There will be a lot oil of buyers for them. The horse mar-I ie market but country demanil horses; also" buyeVs7or"th« h° * ^ A buyer here for kllle ! by the owner H.tPh ^ I' horses ' Must be • •• represented iue ownei. Hitch and try b 3 fore settlement Is asked. I auction In which ket is looking mnot on Bring in any that vou H. M. COL WELL, Mgr. COLWELL BHOS, Aucts. * Buy HEAT When You Order COAL Are Not The cheapest coal If • S< there are 60 days o! cold Son

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