Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1939 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1939
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in of M. L. Roney, of Irvington, in Plunge Into Canal in Ohio IVES, ROAD, CRASH g—<M. L. Roney At weeks of the cousin, Quincy _ton, Ohio, which if car Mr. Almack led into the Wal- .er colliding with Almack car was irged,'and it was _ accident before ^retrieved the ma- llt Is believed that .nconsclous when his hands were „ steering wheel as recovered. He ho children. The |l was formerly nation and Is only ithe farm on which eared. The water unusually high ft heavy rains. llrthday Party— Slers were guests iig at Fred Sklll- ~ honor of the eld- ^Edward, who was were the Elliot (lings, the Charles erett Lees, the be Henry Phillips and Mrs. Willard jiundred and Chink- ayed. .''Lone Hock— lEtheringtons, who (loyed at John Web _oon to Lone Rock rington will be em ,Vllll9 Cotton hatch i 1 where the Ether has been pur Mra. Clarenc fthe Weber estate will take posses- OUR FELLOW DRIVERS By Mutlttf Travelers Safety Service "So he won't dim hit bright light*, ehl Well, I'll give him mine; the idiot!" CREAMERY AT LONE ROCK MAKES 364,000 POUNDS BUTTER IN 1938 care, with Margaret Malln, R. N In charge, was reported somewhat j improved I'ast mid-week. Her j daughter-in-law, Mrs. Leon Miller,. Retiwlck, had been caring for her. | The elder Mrs. Miller's husband I has for a half century published I the Livermore Gaxette. Improvements at Grocery— When the Smith brothers, grocers and meat dealers, moved Into their new building more than a year ago, the interior finishing had not been completed, but Ernest Miller and Henry Smith were at work on it last week, and re-decorating was also to be done. The location is next west of the postoffice. Service Station is Sold— Matt Zeimet, who had been operating a service station two miles west of town at the intersection of Nos. 16!) and 222, has sold It to A. Clapp, Titonka, and will return to a farm three miles north. He had operated the station two years. Dinner for Two Girls- Florence Warren and Miriam Evans entertained at dinner last week Monday TVenlng complimentary to Doris Roepke and Phyllis Cameron. Other guests were the Alan Camerons. Hew Lumberyard Employe— Vernon Hohenberger, formerly of the Nelson grocery, is now at the Rosenberg-Wicks lumber office. Frank Conley Is manager. Other Livermore News. Charles Jennings recently had a visit from his brother Orin, Chicago. Orin, formerly of Livermore, conducts the Jennings' livestock commission firm. _nkl Farm— iKeinens, who hav 'rankl's employ, wil |jto the Frankl farm ,ton. The Lawrence ,ho had been in Mr. oy a year, have not flthey will go. grandparents— .Merrill Parsons, of ,., are parents of a [llyn Kay, born Feb- rrill Is the youngest Mrs. Morris Par- this Is the first ouple. Chlnker-Chck— David 'King were .yening to the Arthur pear Hurt, and tha __ns, here. The events at 500 and Chinker- letz family formerly Lone Rock, Feb. 20— The Lone oils Wednesday to attend a hockey Rock creamery held its annual, meet. meeting last week Tuesday at the| . - . local hall. Secretary J. A. Nyman | Other LOII« KOCK. read the annual report, which,! Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. E. M. among other things, showed cream ! Jensen, and Mrs. Roy Jensen drove received, 364,078 pounds; butter to Dolliver last week Tuesday tp manufactured, 141,950 pounds; av- visit Mrs. V. L. Whalen. In the erage overrun, .241; average test afternoon, with Mrs. Whalen, they of cream, .31 plus; average price rt'-ovc to Estherville to call on Mrs-. for 'butterfat, .291. Albert Hutch- William Stow and the latter's in- inson and A. H. Hanna . were re- fant daughter at a hospital. elected directors for three-year The Harry Rahns, Dodge Center, terms. H. C. Willey, of the Iowa Minn., spent a few days last week State Brand Creameries, Mason with friends here. Tho John Geitz- City, was speaker. Lunch was en'auerB, Armstrong, were Thurs- served at noon to a fair-sized* day visitors at Delbert Geitzen- I Legals Legion Auxiliary Gives Party— crowd. auer's. Kat'herine Stebritz spent part of last week with her mother at Bancroft. "The" local Legion Auxiliary unit' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod had a valentine card ! party last were Wednesday evening dinner week Tuesday evening at the Le- guests at Arnold Sorenson's, Rlng- glon hall. There were 17 tables of sted, and attended a 500 rummy bridge and 500. Mrs. Arthur Priebe party in the evening at Arnold and Fred Dransfeldt won high at Lund's there. bridge; Mr. and Mrs. -Paul Olson, The Mite society met Thursday at 500. David Lynch won a door with- Mrs. Frederick 'Schultz. The prize. Another card party will be next meeting will be with Mrs. D. held this week Tuesday evening at . W. Fernau, Mrs. Arend Neeland NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. No. 16000. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed 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 January, 1039, in favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, of New York City, as plaintiff, and against Arthur T. Paulson et al and The Northeast Quarter (NEVt) of Section Nine (9), in Township Ninety- Eight (98) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of $12,033.99 Dollars nd costs, taxed at $192.61 Dollars nd accruing costs, I have levied pon the following described Real property as the property of the aid Arthur T. Paulsen et al to sat- fy said execution, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter of Section 9, in Township 98 North, Range 30, West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth the same place. Women In Follow-Up Meet— A follow-up meeting in the Farm assisting. •Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and the Delmar Angus family spent Friday at Edw.' Blanchard's, Bureau woman's project was held Irvington. at 'Mrs. Alex Krueger's, with an j Frederick, son of Mr. and Mrs. all-day meeting, last week Tues-1 Lawrence Newbrough, has an ear day. The lesson was on care and j infection. feeding of the sick, and 15 women Frederick Schultz went to Es- attended. The last meeting of the | therville Friday for a new Buick be Kramers— i this community at»well Friday evening attended. The last meeting oi tne nee Kramers, north of year will be held at the same jKre moving soon to place March 14. [Tty vicinity. Clarence if Sebastian Kramer lElmore Farm— Iflckwires, who had iformer Paul Clark Ten to Boxing Meet— Frank Macumber, Willard Quinn, Russell Bierle, Ralph Bierstedt, Harlan Marlow, Leon Larson, Ralph Hui-rburt, Wendell Roberts, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson were liormer faui ^iarn.;»"" »*•• —- • —- . . I have moved to a farm'among Lone Rockers who attended A Mrs. Morrow, of . the Golden Glove tournament at Des Mdlnes Wednesday. Two Attend Hockey Meet- Donald Blanchard accompanied Hugh McDonald, Burt, to Minneap- WEST BEND W. H. Daubendiek returned Friday from Des Monies, where he urchased the Clark fin possession. Live Here— ed that Mrs. Lewis live with her daughter, McArthur, here. Mr. ,ast fall, and Mrs. Dut- I sold the farm equip- dhary society will meet had gone on a business trip in the IMrs. M. L. Roney, and interest of the telephone company, ilwell will have charge Mr. and Mrs. Max Tarwater, who In, while the Rev. Mr. were visiting the latter's parents, Plead devotionals. At- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jacobs, were American Indian will recently called back to Missouri, where Max Is in paving company iHammers, who have employ. jn the Edw. Ditsworth Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pertl took b are reported to be their little son Archie to Port i place south of town. Dodge Friday for medical atten- Ihere Mr, Hammer was tion. He had pneumonia, but was the Dltsworth farm, reported Improved Saturday. L.U, whose funeral ser- .Eletha Daubendiek. spent a few field Sunday afternoon days last week with her parents, Vas well known to Mr. and Mrs. W. «H. Daubendiek, jton people. The Goulds She recently gave a talk before a red on the farm now missionary society at Swea City, 'the O. L. Millers. The Rey. and Mrs. George McDow- o.f- Rlverdale people e ll, formerly located at Swea City, Qrnle Behrends Jr, took her there. E of Burt, last week Mrs, Frank Mikes and her motn- iyening to help Mr. er, Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach, drove to Vlebrate a birthday an- Ames "Wednesday for the day with ] ' , the latter's sister, Mrs. Lettie Jaulres, who has been Clark, fdge for a time, living Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacobs have iri arrived Friday night moved to Bradgate, where Donald iith former neighbors. Is now manager of a farmers ele- prt Caseys. formerly of vator. The Harold Baas family has fwho have been living moved into the house left by Mr in, will moye soon to and Mrs. Jacobs. The bouse left |r Lu Verne. by the Baas family w»l be occu-, atuestn at 0. L, Miller's pled by Mr. and Mrs. Ballard, the psimer and Ben Potters, hatchery people, ina, and the Victor AP- Harold Simmons was B business County, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much ;hereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs 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. Dated this 7th day of February, 1939. . CASEY LOSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. LINNAN & LYNCH, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 22-23 O.E.S, SCHOOL IS CONDUCTED AT LIVERMORE Livermore, Feb. 20—An O. E. S school of instruction is being conducted here today (Monday) by Mrs. Lucile Johnson, Eagle Grove. The officers and Mrs. Johnson are __ to be guests at 1:30 luricheon of Iowa, on a judgment rendered in the worthy matron, Mrs. Margaret i said Court on the 24th day of Jan- Howard, the Methodist women to I uary, 1939, in favor of The Travel- serve in the church dining room, j ers Insurance Company, as. plain- Mrs. Amelia Hoffman, Mrs. Mae UK, and,against J. JM. Jensen and Watts Mrs. Bertha Baessler, and Sena Jensen, et al, as defendants, Mrs. Doris Grey are in charge of " ° m - ™~"~—< ™»« 6:30 dinner tonight for all members of the chapter. Bachelor Girls Hostesses- Florence Warren and Miriam Evans were hostesses last week, Miss NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE No. 15984 STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, for "the sum of Ten Thousand Five Hundred Thirty-five and 38/100 ($10,535.38) Dollars and costs, taxed at $185.46 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said J. M. Jensen and Sena Jensen et al to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section Seventeen (17) and the North " " ans were mweBsea mat. neon., i>».o», ert y as tne property ot me sam j. Warren entertained Kansas visit- j M Jensen and Sena Jensen et al ors who are relatives, and honor- • .... .--.^ ——^— *_,.,!*. ing the birthdays of Phyllis Cameron and Doris Roepl^e, Miss War^ ren and Miss Evaiis gave a dinner enteen u/ , an a vue «uiiu xaa.-. party at their apartment, other O f the Southeast Quarter of Sec- ;uests at which were the Alan tlon Eighteen (18), all in Town- CameronB. The same hostesses en- ," ahi p NinetyTeight (98) North, tartalned the Wee-Nob, bridge club «—•- »™-i-i.- /OA\ -nr-^4. „» *i,« c^vi Wednesday evening, and Mrs. Kenneth Howard won high, Mrs. Mar-? tha Wilson consolation. Marguerite Wyman will be next hostess to the club. Shower and Club Meetings- Mrs. Gail Berryhill was recently hostess at a miscellaneous shower Clare Berryhill.. ™" " Range Thirty (30), West of the P.'M., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said prp- erty, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the day of March, 1939, east door of the Court at •• w -"" "• - • T, _,.v,ll1 Thn Lllu WWl uuur u* IUD v^v«> i. f •••"••' for Mrs. Clare uerrynui.. J-ue , Aleona in Kossuth county Twentieth Century club met at the VJ * £ hour o{ 10 0 , cloclt •„ same-honie last week Tuesday, !^ w *' f Wl Jd flay when and where with Mrs. Edith Oltman In charge ^"^liSSI will be given by nt tho Imssnn. the tonic oeing iam" : ,,_- j i j iwunu. I visitor at -» w ..- -. — ,, lie Grubb has been vis- The public school children were iugbte,r, Mr*. Clifford vaccinated against smallpox last ih B B, Bov» aClo«eG»me _jketball team from, the high school played C 9F- last week Monday, eveu- uraeite, hid not io§t a seaapn, hut lost a hard- test by a single point, purnette is tbe tome town 's coach, J, F. Kee, and aette teani l# coached by ang, forjnjer -' we.ek. Doctor Givena has. also vaccinated Hodman children. A son wa_8 born to Mr. and Mrs Ernest Schmidt last week Sunday They have two other children an« they are with an aunt, Mrs. Bay mond WU»on. Mrs. William RUey receive word Thursday from her niece Mrs. Orville Harr.-tltot the Charles Simmons tod b.ad . light strode W«4aw4?y- ?« }ng with hto dauht Mrs. near of the lesson, the topic being ous battlefields. A play was given by Mrs. Bertha Baessler, Mrs. £ Shaw, Mrs. Leona Hlntz, Mrs. Martha Wilson, and Mrs. Martha King. Mrs. Berryhill (Gail) was hostess Friday to the O. E. S. past matrons dub. Poem Will Be Published— Miriam Evans, local teacher, nas been notified that a poem of her composition entitled To Marlon Brown B,eade will be included >n a world's fair 'anthology. Besides be* Ing a writer, Miss Evans, who is,a contralto, is a stager. She sang the solos In The Messiah at Fort Dodge In December. Her hpm,e la at Spencer, and this is her third year here, , • Editors Wife is Better- Mrs, W, F. MUler, ¥ &Q had^for gome days been undej;a ;: due attendance will be given " e undersigned. Dated this 25th day of January, CASEY LOSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County. Iowa. HARRINGTON & LOWE, Plaintiff's Attorneys* 22-23 Small Loam Up to $300 *-fi*4is *t' IF list It la our want WP8BHOLD BT<K'I cpurteou% oonfldentlt. service IOWA PAOBTMWM L> Ill II I OF FURNITU And Just in Time for Money-Saving By Thrifty Young Newly- Our Direct From Factory Buys Save You Money^ LIVING ROOM SUITE feds NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO ?•;.'> ^yV^y ..'A^'f* Modern Velour, a striking, modern stylo, at an exceptionally low price. Notice the brood arms, the deep inner-spring, reversible cushions, the comfortable back. Choice of all 1939 colors (Illustrated below). Davenport and Chair 49.50 • '$&'? .-•-. - CHAIR COVERS of Mohair, Velour or Tapestry LIVING ROOM suite, A regular at $98.50—beauty, comfort durability combined in this lovely remember, both are covered in 1009 Mohair Frieze—as above. Davenport and Chair 69.50 Eureka Sweeper Specials Previous models reconditioned at the c/\ Eureka factory, 1 yr. guarantee J y B 5O Inner Spring Mattress Built for solid comfort and long wear, resilient oil springs in soft cotton felt, good covering, reg. $29.50, sale' price BEAUTIFUL Knee-Hole Desk An ..attractive new ..model, heavy cabinet woods in satin smooth rubbed walnut Extremely handsome. AN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE AT SUITE and :, and Angora $15.95 LAMPS A DC ^•« /u BRIDGE, JUNIOR AND FLOOR MODELS An excellent group with hvy bases, in bronze, ivory Beautiful, 6-way lamps, 3 stages indirect lighting A special lot of makers' sample lamps, hand sewn Sleepy Hollow Rocker A sturdy, comfortable conversion of an old style. Covered in heavy velour, and a deep, coijifortable back, and a spring-filled seat. $1 rocker, in a modern Drop Leaf .Kitchen Table —3.79 Open-size 34-42* well ijmilt, unfinished white wood. 6 Drawer Substantial, 36 inches nut finish, and one of Jhest—6.95 ride, full height. Wai- he best buys ever. CONGOLEUM RUGS First Grades —no Seconds Congolcums Sanduras other nationally known makes, 9x12 only 5.95 STUDIO COUCH With Arms I With b( Back ig compartment, 50 values at $44.50 • ''''' OPENS TO FU] MAKES TW] Has Inner-spring mattress anl coil spring, tubular steel back and arms with rests. Exce lent tapestry, choice of coloijs. Modem 3 Piece Bedroom Suite An admirable combination of style and dependable construction. The vanity has a 24-30 mirror, full size bed, spacious chest. 59.50 i SIZE OB BEDS 29.50 FOR THAT EXTRA BEDROOM Complete ensemble; bed, mattress, coil spring. 16.95 Sale! Stoves-Heaters " POWERFUL 6-BOOM CIRCULATING HEATER A regular $80 value, modern in design, beautiful porcelain finish, burns coal or wood. Cast iron fire bowl. 49.50 EASY TERMS, ALWAYS AT BJUSTROMS APPUANCES .- : ^/iplnf. - ; ^

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