Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1939 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 2, 1939
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PAGE TWO KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGQNA.rn W ^ ALL OVER IOWA KILLED BY AUTOS: Ralph Walker, 13, Villisca, when a bicycle he was riding was swerved into the path of an auto iby a gust of wind ... Mrs. C. S. Lyman, 45, Decorah, when an auto in which ehe was riding with her mother struck a gravel pile . . . Edward Houston, 7, Dow City, when he darted into the street from behind a school' bus Into the path of a car driven by a Dunlap man . . . Irwin C. CreVs, 57, Fort' Dea Moines, struck by hit-and-run driver . . . James Vanderflute, 21, Lamoni, when bicycle handlebars caught beneath a truck on which he was "hooking a ride" and threw him under the wheels . •: . Ernest Luhr, j Gl, Sioux City, struck by auto . . .j Glen Grace, athletic coach, Swale-; dale, when auto he was driving left •highway six miles east of neWltt.j apparently after he fell asleep. AT HIS FARM near Lnmonl, *)• yeaivold Clarence Monahan foil! from the barn loft, and struck a pitchfork sticking handle up In the ground. The handle penetrated his' rectum and went on as high as the waistline, puncturing intestines and tearing the colon from mem^ branes and linings. He called to his wife and told her to run for help, but \before help arrived he had extricated the fork handle and got to the house. He was then rushed to the Decatur ctfunty hospital, where an operation was performed immediately. Later the doctors, who thought : he would recover, gave him first food through veins. CELEBRATING Ills -lOUi year as a Grinnell clothier, V. G. Preston told a Herald-Register reporter: "Whatever success we hay have at- tained has been largely due to the fact that we have sold good merchandise nhd told the people about It through the local newspaper." A check of the records revealed that Mr. Preston had published more than 2,000 advertisements. "And," he told the Herald-iReglster, "I expect to be a consistent advertiser In your columns for many, years to como." A 6 j page section of the Herald-Register was devoted to special stories and advertisements concerning the anniversary. ItKIEFS: Anton Chrlstenseii, Ames hardware dealer who sold Glen Kldwell, youthful hitch-hiker murderer, a revolver, was fined $100 in Ames municipal court . . . The Little Brown church near Nashua is undergoing repairs, but the work is all being done at night, not to interfere with weddings . . . George Eltel, Des -Moines, whose liquor book showed, purchases of 11.4 bottles of liquor in 30 days, was fined $100 . . . The ambitious Greater Clear Lake committee has set a goal of 100 new homes a year for the next five years. AT MAUSHALLTOWN, District Judge L. J. Kirkland lit Into a jury which In 24 houra failed to reach an agreement in the case of Mrs. Edna E. Pen-In, charged with drunken driving. Citing evidence he thought should have brought conviction, the judge said: "We might as well not try to prosecute cases of. this kind. If you or your children meet with serious accident in which there is Involved an intoxicated driver, let this case ever be a' reminder to you as long as you live. No one else can be blamed but yourselves." AT GUTTENBIJRG, >V. >V. Bryan, St. Paul truck driver, was thrown 15 feet in air and seriously injured when the huge tire he was putting on the rim blew out. The tire was not "seating" right and Bryan rapped the rim with a heavy hammer without first letting the air out. The tire exiploded, the rim striking Bryan across the face, breaking his jaws and nose and knocking out several teeth, and when he came down his skull was fractured. CLARKE COUNTY IS latest lo atop paying bounties on starlings. In tho first three months of 1039 the county cashed 9,285 heads for $028 50. When it was decided to stop the payment by a given date enough starling heads were turned in In two days to nick the general fund $366.50 more. Last year Clarke county paid out $1,293.50 altogether, and the total for 15 months was $2,222. THE COON RAPIDS Enterprise notes that comic strip characters or animated cartoons are popular with 4-H club members who have baby beef calves to name. Guthrje county members have chosen such names as "Ferdinand," "Li'l Abner," "Mickey Finn," and "Dag- wood" for their calves. Other names are "Jupiter," "Mars," "Mercury," "Bob Burns," and "Bergen." IT WAS BEDTIME, and Evelyn Van Genderen, Lynnville, thought she was blowing out tho lamp In the familiar old way, but instead-fgecond she brought her jaw down on the chimney and suffered a gash that required six stitches. Kossuth Group at Weed Conference Kossuth supervisors and County Agent A. L. Brown attended a 10-county district conference o( county weed commissioners n m supervisors at Mason city AMI J 3 .- ..The meeting was sponsored Jointly by the atate department or agriculture and Iowa State collee* A representative of the state de partment .explained the rc.sponsi billtles of county weed commissioners and supervisors under the state law. A plant pathologist from the Iowa State college extension service discussed methods of killing noxious weeds. A comprehensive program of weed eradication was planned for the coming year. . ' There are eight of .the primary noxious, weeds. Creeping Jenny or European., bindweed is the worst In Iowa.-- Canada ithistle 1s a''close •Second.- Others are, Russian knapweed, perennial pepper-grass, leafy spurge, quack grass, perennial sow thistle,- and horse nettle. NOTlCi; OK IMtOKATK 01'' HIM. No. 4495. In District Court, State Of Iowa., You are hereby notified, That uu Kossuth county, ss, March term, 1939. To All Whom It May Concern: instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will autf Testament of Arthur P. Hanna, deceased dated March 30, 1939, having been this day, filed opened, and read, Monday, the 15th day of May, 1939, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 12, 1939. . (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of the District Court. T. HolUbauer, Deputy. A. J. HILL, Attorney, Forest City, Iowa. 31-33 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALK STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. No. 15730. Notice Is hereby given tliat 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 2?th day of March, 1939, in favor of Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association, as plaintiff, arid against Raymond Neuroth, Russell L. Maxwell, and Zelba Maxwell, as defendants, for the sum of $1914:39 Dollars and costs, taxed at $38.06 Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Raymond Neuroth, Russell L. Maxwell, and Zelba Maxwell to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Lots Four (4), Twenty (20) and Twenty-one (21), In Block Two (2), Call's Park Addition to Algona; and I will proceed to sell said property, 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 8th day of May, 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 29th day of March, 1939. CASEY LOSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. WATCH US GROW STRONG Small boys and girls can| best grow with the yardstick provided by the nourishment in every bottle of milk they drink. Because it is a complete food, a daily essential, and a builder of resistance, we offer MILK ?Yu£;r dation ° f he *itn. ful childhood ... the backbone of strong adulthood. Algona Co-Operative Creamery "• ?*••,«. f

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