Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1939 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 15, 1939
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Class to Give Home Play KOflSTTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Two Thrill Day Events Scheduled Sunday I AUK ~14~TW Methodist Ls class will present a L The Family Album, this iAav evening in the Wtin , Becker haive the lead- l others in the «ast in- jeo. H. ' weasel ,'•• Mr a. , L. Ryerson, ITnTManus, Raymond Nel- Mrier (Lockwood, .Marilyn , Lockwood, Jimmy Han- O yce Graham, Vivian .Volen- >hylils Brooke, Roland Chai i Mary Beth (Coffin. There dMay others: All will P 6r- rs in an "old family .. 11I(J proceeds of the en- Iment will -be used for need- movements. . 1*0 Clapsaddle toot the 11- jd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ice Ridbhoff to Fort Dodge ,y and Doctor Knowles'op- o'n her at the Lutheran a l Her hip-bone was dls- Mrs. Ranney Putz was tak- an Algona hospital last week iy for medical treatment. | Off on fishing Trip— fct, and Mrs. N. 'C. Bowie, es Schrader, and Louise i left Sunday for Lake Kabe- na near International Palls, I few days df fishing. Druggist L Pratt and daughters '< are ting a couple of weeks there. ir Treats Twin Brother— . B, K. Bahnson went to In- Wednesday and brought his brother John, with the latter's 'here by ambulance." The er Is abed with rheumatism, the doctor is treating him. Hi »nd Adenoids Out— , and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy s to Mason City Thursday to '1th their son Dale, who had onslls and adenoids removed ercy hospital. tar. Pimp Is Attached— representative of the Hooker ilyCo. was in town Friday, in- lig the new booster pump on fire truck recently purchased he town. Salesmen Leave Bnrt— bert Sewick, now working for [•Comfort Stove Co., has gone to It with a group of other aalea- p, who had been at the Marvin for some time. «h Getting XewPfttat- \ large crew of volunteer work- ihas'been preparing the Meth- lit church for repainting, and [ first coat was laid last week. Seined from Slough— • urt men helped seine fish at i Slough Wednesday. The fish [re placed • iii the river. Other Bnrt News. Ir. and Mrs. J. P. Stow and the til Godfredsons, left a few days lor Goshen, Ind., to visit the ron Zlnrmermans. Mrs. Zimmern is a daughter o* the Stows. and Mrs. J. a. Bewick, Mrs. lira Sewick, daughter Lura, and »a Sewick went to Ireton a few ago to visit the Harry 'Se- '. L. Dremmel, Mrs. R. C. Drem, and the latter's two daughters ited from a week ago Saturday. last week Tuesday with rela- ss at Waterloo. Mrs. P. L. emmel, who had been visiting Floyd Dremmels at Aurora, Joined them there and came jne with them/ .-,-.. and Mrs. Wayne Mann, with ee daughters, got home Wednes- ion Wednesday at the local Luth- Kossuth county the Petition of .the ••% w* & nt* REAT OPENS SUNDAY Day, Saturday 19 to 23 LENA WARMBIER, AMYLE FEGHNER, LU VERNE, WED Lu Verne, Aug. 14—Lena, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warmbier, and Amyle, son of Mrs. Minnie Fechner, were married last week Tuesday morning at the local Lutheran church, the Rer. L. Wittenburg, pastor, officiating. Attendants were the bride's .sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cle-m Cunningham, Irvlngton. The newlyweds left immediately for a six weeks tour through the west and were to visit relatives at Denver and in Oregon. They will be at home about October 1, and will live at the bride's home here. Tiedes, who were spending a vacation at the Fred Tiede home. There were 40 in attendance and the group included the Louis Hintzes, Algona, the Floyd Mastersons, Cpr- with, and the. Conrad- Ristaus, Ventura. . : ,,"; Schlpullg Off for Tour- Mr, and Mrs. Albert Scbipull, judgment against Plaintiff prays the' defendant Elsie Steussy for the sum of ?10,979.79 with interest thereon at 8% per annum, from the first day. of August, 1939, as due on the promissory ; note . which was made , and delivered by FredoMn Steussy and the said Elsie Steussy to the Collins Mortgage Company on the s first day of May, sons Everett and Gerald, and the j principal sum of 1030, for $10,000.00 and Here are the Daily Programs from a tour in the west. They . « through the Bad' Lands and the Rocky Mountain na- nark, Colorado, Springs, and . Cora and Myrtle Dahl, '»». traveled with them, David Elmore, Chicago, spent wral days last week at the N. I, w»« home. With Margaret '"•ness, who had been visiting «. he returned to Chicago Rudolph Schipulls, Goldf leld, left. 1 which Was sold and endorsed to the Thursday for a tour to "points: Plaintiff herein before maturity; Mrs. Morness, Margaret, and An?? 1 ? visited Virginia Thaves •nTw Lea Thursday. M ''a, j. <j. Thaves family into the upstairs apart„... Mrs ' 'Elizajbeth Patterson's use la north fiurt. The Hoy Mor- B » jiave the downstairs, Mr. and s, Bewick will occupy the house, vacated toy . ; Mrs, Saturday at ««»««W, ; S. D., a few d»ya a,t W. She i S % SchVietert, and she 1 ? 8ellvlIIe ' Mlch Then n v J Biteda80n - m e V c : Smiths, Jefferson, Club Displays Craft Work- Marie Fritzemeier and a group of young women who have been meeting at her home two afternoons a week during the summer have had a display of craft work they have been doing in the window of the Corner Store. They have worked with cre,pe paper plated stuff, wooden plates ,and mixing bowls, etc., and have accomplished something by proving what nice things can be made with skill, a small amount of 'time, and a little expense. Control of Dust Talked— The Commercial club held a monthly meeting last week Monday evening, after 6:30 dinner served by member's of the Band Mothers clulb. The club voted to continue Wendesday evening cash awards till October and maintenance of 1. The cost dust-treated streets was discussed. Wives of member's were invited to this meet- Ing, and several attended. Home from Coast Visit— Mm Pearle ConoWay and her daughters Darlene and Patty got home last week Tuesday from two weeks spent with relatives in California. They visited Jacqueline, Mrs. Conoways oldest daughter who went to California early in the year for employment at the Merrill Curran home and now plans to begin a course In interior decorating September 1. Tiede Reunion is Held— The Tiede families had a reun- neighboring Denver. They were' to visit Walter Schlpull, brother of the men in the'forest ranger service, with headquarters at Denver. Party for Nlae-Yew-Old— Del ores Lund was nine last week Tuesday, and 30 of her young friends were invited to her home for a party in the afternoon. After games the piece de resistance, which was a, birthday cake, was served. Delores is the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. White Cross Work Done— A number of Presbyterian women met at Mrs. Henry Kubly's last week Tuesday and made 300 gauze sponges for a hospital in eastern Iran. This was the quota'for foreign White Cross work. Mrs. Kubly is secretary of the local White iross group. Tew Pastor Looked For— The Rev. J. F. Ranbin, Milwau- ee, is expected at Livermore next week, and beginning August 20 here will again be regular preach- ng services at the Presbyterian hurches there and here. Bain Cancels a Picnic— The rain Thursday caused a Re- )ekah picnic planned for that day o toe postponed. The lodge at Wesley had been invited. Other Lu Verne. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd LowmlUer was cared for by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, while the Lowmillers were on a fishing vacation in Minnesota last week. Mr. and Mrs. Max Block, with the son Lewis, recently returned from a ten day tour to visit relatives at Atlantic, Geneseo, and Lincoln, 111., and Bettendorf and Palrfield, la. Mrs. J. L. Lichty went to Chicago Saturday to make the ac- s SUNDAY, AUG. 20-THRILL DAY <Tj, ""X 0> w| * 8 wen back. Sadie Schenck, Minneapo- ho v daughter Maude came , for a visit at L> H. s, and Mrs. Bcheock re- 1 visits with other sons 8. p.. Friday. » lew «w. L. Rlcbmann and mother an£ otte^ rela* Mrs. Birthday Circle, the same afternoon with Mrs. Bertha Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich went to Clear Lake Friday for the day with the H. E. Rachuts, who spent the week there in a cottage. Mrs. Laura Paine, California, the Charles Phelps family, and the F 0. Stows were dinner guests last Thursday at J. P. Stow's. Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, with her daughters Esther and Ruth, spein the week-end at Lewis Hodgson s Donnelly. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Babling and Betty Walker returned last weeK Tuesday from a week at Wisconsin P °Mr»! Elisabeth Patterson return ed Sunday from a week with sis tersTat Webster City and Ceda *Elda Jandl, proprietor of the Rose Bowl Beauty Shop, spent ttt week-end at Cedar Rapids. We - ROSS Rintadorfs, Mapleton •were ^siting Burt relative Lee, Bode, tog been Bister, Mrs. Ralph W. entertain^ Friday." that in said Petition plaintiff also prays judgment against the said j as Elsie Steussy for the costs of this/5 action including statutory attor-.]S ney's fees. In said Petition plaintiff also prays against all of you for the foreclosure of the real estate mortgage which was given by said Fredolin Steussy and Elsie Steussy to the Collins Mortgage Company to secure the above note, interest and other indebtedness, saW mortgage having been sold and assigned to the plaintiff herein, and which covers the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of Section 17, in Township 94 :Nor,th, Range 27, West of the 5tft P. M., containing 160 acres, more or less, according to the Government Survey thereof, Kossuth county, Iowa. Said-Petition alleges that said mortgage indebtedness is now past due and that all of the defendants lave or claim to have some Interest In the real estate adverse to .he plaintiff's interest therein, but that any such interests are junior and inferior to the lien of said mortgage, and said petition prays that all of the rights, liens, and in- erests of all the defendants In and o said mortgaged .premises, and in the crops hereafter mentioned, be •decreed to .be junior and inferior .o lien of plaintfif's mortgage, and .hat a special execution issue for :he sale of said real estate to sat- sfy sad! judgment with Interest quaintance of a new granddaugh- ;er, Adrienne Joan, at the J. Ferguson McCall home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Walter are visiting relatives at Kankakee, Green City, Joliet, and other Illinois cities. The Rev. L. Wittenburg, and his family have returned from three weeks in Minnesota. Supt. and Mrs. A. C. Evans spent Thursday and Friday at Des Moines. .Grace, Christensen spent last week with an aunt at Lake City. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth coun- THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES, vs. ELSIE STEUSSY, widow, et al To^R 0 ?"£' STEUSSiY and MRS R J M STEUSSY, AlfiO KNOWN AS LUOILE SraUSSY; *£», THA GOIOEOOHEA and PETER GOIOEOOHBA, her 'husband: DEFENDANTS. You and each of you are hereby notified that there £ !W 9% in the office of tfee Clerk 01 Court of Iowa to »n4 and costs. In said Petition plaintiff also irays that a receiver be appointed mmediately to take possession of said real estate and of the rents, issues, crops and profits thereof, with authority to lease the said premises and to collect the rents, jrops,' and issues therefrom pending this action and during the period of redemption herein, and with authority to sell any crops now stored on said premises and now growing ther»on, and to apply the proceeds thereof toward the payment of the indebtedness due the plaintiff. Said Petition also prays Cor the foreclosure of said mortgage as a chattel lien against all crops now stored on said premises, and all crops now growing thereon, and located thereon, and that the court order a writ of specific attachment to issue against till oJ said crops and rents. Said Petition also prays that all defendants be required to account for all the rents, issues and profits of sale premises and for, the crops grown thereon for the" years 1938 and 1939. Personal judgment Is de manded only against the defend- and Elsie Steussy. For further particulars see petition on file, And now unless you and each o: you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the September, A, p. 1939, Term of the District Court of Iowa ,wltb- in and for Kossuth county to be held at the court house in Algona Iowa, commencing on the 18th day of September, 1939, default will be entered against you and judgmen and decree will be reader«4 there on in accordance with the praye: of said petition. BLYTHE, MAKKLEY, RULE, WOT, 1:00 P. M.—Band Conceit, Algona Concert Band. 2:00 P. M.—Jimmy Lynch's Death Dodgers, toe most thrilling of all thrill show circus and hippodrome acts. , , . , ; 1, 7:80 P. M.—-Band concert. _ 8:00 P. M.—Thrill show, the Death Dodgers in new stunts, 10 hippodrome acts. MONDAY, AUG. 21—CHILDREN'S DAY 10:00 A. M.—Judging of Beef Cattle, 4-H club baby beeves, swine, sheep, poultry, agriculture and horticulture exhibits, women's projects, 4-H : club girls'demonstrations. 1:00 P. M.—Band concert, Swea City Concert band. 2:00 P. M.—8:14 trot, 3:22 pace and running races, hippodrome acts, baseball, Ooldfield vs. Algona Brownies. , 7:30 P. M.—Band Concert, Swea City band. 8:00 P. M.—Parade of prize-winning beef cattle and 4-H club calves. 8:30 P. M.—Hippodrome acts. 9:30 P. M.—Fireworks display. TUESDAY, AUG. 22—MUSIC DAY 10:00 A. M.-^-Judging 'of horses and continuation of ' judging in other departments. 1:00 P. N.—Band Concert, Karl L. Xing' and His Band.:,; 2:00 P. M.—2:22 trot, 2:14 pace and running races, nippodrbme acts, several new acts, baseball, Fenton TS. Lotts Creek. 7:30 P. M.—Band Concert, Karl King's World Be- nowned Band. 8:00 P. H.—Parade of prize-winning horses and dairy cattle. i ; 8: SO P. M-—Hippodrome acts. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 23-AUTO RACE PAY 11:00 A. M.—Auction sale of 4-H club beef calves. 1:00 P. M.—Band Concert, Algona Concert Band. 2:00 P. M.—National 'Championship Automobile Baces, hippodrome aets. 7:30 P. M.—Band Concert, Algona Concert Band. 8:00 P. M.—Hippodrome acts. 9:80 P. M.—Fireworks display. Mammoth Livestock Show Including over 200 4-H Club Calves Industrial-Commercial Exhibits Women's Project and 4-H Club Demonstrations Gold Medal Shows on the Midway 3BSBBB5SBSBBB5BBB^SBB^^BSBM3BBB NEW LOWER Season Tickets $1 No charge for parking ^^ L — Jl <_ • ^ T_ • _ ' f%f*~-' ' m.«» ^mV.'ml.T.^^.^- t «- -• "^ admiMion 35c,

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