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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8,1934 RCT. and Mrs. p. j. Braner wen Buffalo Center callers last Sunday after- J3O01L. and « ' atves Emmetebur * voting with Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards of Lone A°D 11 * 1 * Wfth "*• and Neal Smith attended the annual Or. and firs. ft. M. *tthe Mayocllnlc In nesday and Thursday of last week Prcd and t , JaiU<*V were draner guests at the H. D. Clapsaddle home Sunday. Mr. an* Mrs. Reiner Relniers ar e th a P™ u ! Parents of a healthy baby girl, Which arrived at their horn* last oay. «w. Mr ; 1 nd Mre - Hftn T Olsen) anoV family of Bode were dinner giMrsts it the home of Rev. P. J. Braner last Sun! •day. V. H. coffin, fleld man for the Aetna Life Insurance Company, made a business trip to DCS Moines over the week end. Segrld Stjwm resumed her duties at poeders dry goods store Monday after being absent for a week because of an illness. Jack Johnston, Jr., who has been employed la Des Moinea is home for * while. He had been employed at a B. P. Zumach of Whlttemore was a visitor In Algona Friday and white here made this office a pleasant call. P. J. Chrlstensen left last Thursday for Chicago on his annual spring buying trip for the Chrlstensen Bros, store. Mrs Joe Lsicktei of Cresco returned to her home Sunday after a week's visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. J. Scanlan. Mrs. Chester Long who has been suffering with sciatic rheumatism for the past week, entered the hospital Friday for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch visited on Sunday at LuVerne where they called on Mrs. Pooch's uncle. Grant Henderson, who is not in the best of health. Roy Crapser, H. D. Clapsaddle and Fred and Maurice Bartholomew spent Sunday at Emmetsburg wfcere they tried out an ice boat on the lake there. Mrs. Charles Kargleder of Big Stone City, South Dakota, came Friday for a two weeks' visit with her two brothers, John and Greg Ramer and her sister, Miss Mary Ramer. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson spent Sunday at Ellsworth with Mrs. Amunson's parents, Mr. and Mrjs. Aimer Reynolds, and helped Mr. Reynolds celebrate his sixty-first birthday. Florence Dehnert came home last week from Mason City where she is taking a business course at the Hamilton Business College. Florence has been having trouble with rheumatism filling station —«•--.,-- -v - and came home for a little rest. . «. *. „ M*- and Mrs. Alfred Norman are • and _** rl L R / ) y Burkett and ton, again grandparents. Their youngest daughter, Margaret, now Mrs. James White, last week gave birth to a seven January Bride —Des Moines Register Cut Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter of Algona announced the marriage of their daughter, Burnetta, to Harold R. Browne of Des Moines recently. The wedding took place in Omaha, Neb. Both the bride and groom attended Drake university. i, of Fqft Dodge, came Sunday for a few weeks' stay with Mrs. Burketfs brother, Harry Barton. Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Richards and Mr. and Mrs. Guy McAiKhur of Elmore, Minn,, visited at th*-R. a. ftl- •chardson home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul lAidley and their •children were Sunday visitors at the Howard Vinson home. The Laidtey family lives at Estherville. , Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Libra of Jack, son, Minnesota, were visitors at the home of the teller's sister, Mrs. Pets Waldron, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle were at Des Moinea from Thursday until Saturday and were visitors at the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stillman and -daughter, Ann, were guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. BtlUman, of Dolllver, Iowa, Sunday. " Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson and three Days of Forest City visited Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Bpeoht Sunday. Mrs. Larson Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Specht. Margaret Habeger spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger. Margaret is a student at the State Teachers College M Oedar Falls. State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh and Qlen Brunson came up from Des 'Moines last Thursday for the funeral •of S. J. Backus. Mr. Brunson was one •of the pall bearers. Edmund 'Capeslua returned Monday to Dubuque where he i» •> student at •OohmmS College- sitter ' spending the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capeslus. Kyle and Lloyd Keith left Monday morning in the latter's car for Inglewood, California. They will visit at •the home of Lloyd's brother, Russell, until the first of April. Mrs. 8. P. Seeley is Improving after a light stroke a week ago Sunday evening, but la, however, still confined to her bed. Mrs. Seeley makes her home with her son, F. B. Seeley. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall «nd little son. Bobble and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danaon and little son. Bobble spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. •Robert Danson at Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy drove to Whlttemore, Friday night and visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Jr., who are parents of a baby boy born last Tues•day. The two men are brothers. Boy and Russell Crapser, Fred and M. A. Bartholomew, Horace and Don Clapsaddle were at Emmetsburg Sunday where they enjoyed the day on the lake with the Orapser ice boat. Anna Capeslus was a visitor in Fort Dodge Thursday, having visited with Minnie Angle and Theresa Von Bank, both of whom worked here prior to their leaving for Fort Dodge last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart moved into one of the Vera apartments last Thursday. Since •their marriage the ftnt part of the year, they had made then- home with Mr. and Mrs. Howard <3arey. Miss Pearl Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Walker, arrived home Saturday morning from Chicago where she is taking nurses' training at St. Luke's hospital. She has been given a ten day vacation. Dvright Potter was at the home of Mrs. Alta Stiles in Charles City one day last week. Mrs. Stiles i» a sufferer pound boy at Manilla, Iowa, where th White brothers are engaged in th newspaper business. This is the! second child. Mr. and Mrs. James Zigrang of Ida Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zigrang of Llvermore were visitors Sunday a the D. H. Goeders home. The James Zigrangs were spending the week end at their old home In Livermore and were accompanied by Mrs. Hoolahan and son of Ida Grove. Mrs. Anna Helmers received the sad news of the death of her mother, who passed away near Freeport, m., and had reached the age of over 93 years Mrs. Helmers, and one of her sons at- tenrfpd the funeral, which was held recently. Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Sojstrand were visitors at the home of their son. Rev M. A. Bjostrand. Saturday and Sunday They "returned to their home In Bt Peter, Minnesota, Sunday evening Dorothy Sellstrom, student at the Ous- tavus Adertphus College at St. Peter accompanied them here and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom H. N. Kruse received word that his raska, was killed last Wednesday at Sioux City, when a train hit his truck. Mr. Sanders was sitting in bis truck which was loaded with cattle, watch- ng the freight trains and did not see the approaching passenger train which hit him broadside. He died twenty- four hours afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse drove to from arthritis. Mrs. L. E. Potter left Monday evening to spend a week with Mrs. Stiles and sons. O. 8. Lindsay suffered a slight stroke last Tuesday evening while at his home, and has been confined to his bed since. He Is very much improved at this writing though, and is expected to be back at his work in about a week. Anton Anderson was able to leave the hospital Thursday and is now at hla home. He has been quite ill recently, suffering with pneumonia, but is getting along much better now and is able to ait up tor a. while each day. Phil J. Dorweiler and son, Junior, of West Bend were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Mr. end Mrs. Ted Fredericks and Amos Fredericks of Buffalo Center were also callers at the Duffy home Sunday. T. H. chriscbilles left Saturday evening for Chicago where he will do the spring buying for Chjrischilles and Herbst dry goods store. Mrs. J. M. Hardgrovt: who is employed in the ready-to-wear department, accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock spent the day Sunday at Eagle Grove where they visited their daughter, Bernice, who recently broke her jaw. Bernice, physical instructor In the schools there, resumed her teaching Monday and her jaw is mending as well as could be expected. Eleanor Lamuth. accompanied by her father, Matt lAUuth, left Tuesday morning for Rochester, Minnesota, where she will enter St. Mary's hospital to b&9 nurse's training. This hospital is in connection with the Mayo dtalc. Eleanor graduated from St. academy in 1933. H. C. Kruse, who has been seriously l] with pneumonia. Much concern felt over the elder Mrs. Kruse be cause she is over 80 years old. She Is, however, improving now. T. H. Chrischilles and Mrs. Fern Rardgrove left Saturday evening for Chicago where they will buy spring merchandise for the Chrischilles ant Herbst store. Mrs. Hardgrove succeeds Mrs. Gladys South as head of the ready to wear department. Mrs. A J. Schnepf. a former Algonian. who has been living at Blooming Prairie Minnesota, the past few years, win have charge of the alterations. Mrs Schnepf assumed her duties last Thursday. The Schnepfs have taken an apartment fit Mrs. W. K. Fergusons. North Central Six Cage Meet on With Algona One Winner The North Central basketball tournament with six teams competing opened Tuesday night at Hampton, with Algona winning a sharp tussle as a result of three beautiful baskets tossed in by Russ Medin after Eagle Grove, Algona's opponent, had taken a slight lead after trailing all the way. Wednesday night tournament play was to shift to Algona. with Algona playing Humboldt. So far as could be determined, there is no special object in the tournament other than to provide basketball games. Coach Mercer did not know whither or not the tournament result would have an effect on the standing in regular league play* which finds Algona leading the conference. Other results Tuesday night found Webster City defeating Humboldt, 34 to 29, after the former team had led 25 to 4, at the half. Hampton defeated Clarion IB to 12, with the Hampton second team playing all the second half. Another round of games is also scheduled for Friday nlgiht at Webster City and both afternoon and evening at Webster city on Saturday. Hulse, Overmyer, Linnan on Program A triple barreled program of general Interest featured the Rotary meeting, Monday noon, in the Algona hotel. Rev. C. V. Hulse spoke'on the phases of the proposed tax changes now confronting the state legislature; J. F. Overmyer gave some mighty interesting comments on the Algona career of Dennis Myers, newly appointed line coach at Yale University, and a former Algona high school star; and Luke Linnan explained Just how the supreme court decision on the constitutionality of the NRA will have a bearing on the business ol the future, and the manner in which it shall be conducted. Algona Motor Sales Shows 3 New Cars Three new 1934 automobiles, a new Buick. Pontiac and Plymouth are on the floor at the Algoca Motor Sales garage, and the public is invited to view t..em, according to Wade Little, local manager. Mr. Little drove toe Buick and ha** the Pontiac driven down from Minneapolis, Monday evening. All of the models are four door models, and include all of the new features of the three model machines. Carrie Wernen returned Monday evening from Fort Dodge where she spent the week end visiting Mrs. J. F. Biggins. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson attended a monthly ministerial meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Rev. Frerktng at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden returned Wednesday from Des Moines where the former attended a monument dealers' convention, which was held Monday, Tuesday WHiqWednesday of this week. ,.,'< ?-.*,-; Mr. and Mr* L-l'O; Thompson of Estherville weTre\TlslWr8 at the home of their daughter;'Mrs. R. H. Miller, over the week end. Donnabelle Merron, also of Estherville, a niece of Mrs. Miller, visited her at the same time. Mrs. Oscar Anderson was confined to her bed over the week end because of an extremely sore throat. Her daughter, Adris, has been quite ill for the past week with a sore throat, which led to rheumatism, she was able to be up for the first time, on Monday. Jeannette Goeders and A. E. Kresensky left Wednesday morning for Minneapolis to buy sping merchandise for the Goedem Co. D, H. Goeders had planned to leave Saturday on his annual spring buying trip to Chicago, but was unable to do so because of illness. Those from here who attended the County Auxiliary meeting at Fenton Tuesday afternoon were Mrs. Wm. Dau, Mrs. A. H. Stock, Mrs. Jeanette McMurray, Mrs. Henry Becker, Mrs. O. D. Brundage, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Griggs, Miss Leola Ziegler, Miss Alice Rlst and' Supt. Laing. The last four mentioned were on the program which was presented. Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. BrtJiw, pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 1 a. m. German services at 10:30 a. m, Lenten services will be conducted on next Wednesday In the evening at 7:3( o'clock. Confirmation instructions Saturday at 10 a. m. Congregational Church R* •*• Sunday, Feb. 11. Church school a 10 o'clock. A youngr people's class ab ove high school age has been organic ed and Is now meeting every Sundv morning. Morning worship at 11 o'clock, ser mon topic, "The Interpretation of Life. Young People's meeting at 7 o'clock. Presbyterian Church B«v. C. Paul Carlson, minister Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Christian Endeav or at 6:30 p. m. Evening service a 7:30 p. m. The Communicants' class preparing young people for church membership will begin next Saturday. It will mee at ten-thirty o'clock In the church. All young people of the church who are no as yet members are Invited to Join the class. Parents who have children wish- Ing to join should call the pastor. Re will also appreciate the names of another young people who are not mem bers but should Join this group. Seneca Corn-Hog Work U Under Way Seneca: A corn-bog school of instruction was held at the Seneca consolidated school last Wednesday. County Agent Bonnstetter of Algona was in charge. Those who acted as committee for the local township were: chairman, Will Elmers, Joe crowley, Carl Peterson, F. W. Bassett and Chris Dahl. O. R. Patterson, R. E. Saunders and Bernard O. Jensen, were Algona business callers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsrh were at Hollandale, Minn., a couple of days last week on business. Mrs. Henry Kueck assisted Mrs. Or- nle Behrends. Jr., Wednesday and Thursday taking care of meat. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons of Lone Rock visited at the Henry Kueck home Saturday evening. A basket social will b» held Tuesday evening, February 13th at the Seneca consolidated school for the bene- at of athletics. A temporary house on the old Anderson farm west of Seneca has just been completed. John Saunders will occupy the farm later. Meet Your "Date" Looking Your Best The most subtle compliment you cw pay U> your business and social associates is to look your best, impressed, slovenly attire Is easily and inexpesively remedied by reputable dry cleaning. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 637. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY APRIL TERM, A. D., M THE EQUITABLE MTfl A8-) SURANCE SOCIETY OF) THE UNITED STATES, ) , -Plaintiff) John P. Helderscheldt, ad-) mlnistrator of the Estate of) Michael Helderscheldt, De-) ceased; Adam Helderscheldt;) Mathew Heldersoheldt: Mag-) gle Simon; Kathrjm Jucum,) otherwise known a> Juchen;) Soslo Andre; Annie liar-) nach; Mary Forman; Valen-) Hne Dieter; Mike Dieter;) Tonle Dieter; Kathren Die-) er: Valantlne Helderscheldt;) Joe Helderscheldt; John) Helderscheldt; Charlie Held-) erscheldt; Mike Helder-) cheldt; Adam Heldersclieldt;) Katie Helderscheldt Wag.) ner; Dora Helderscheldt) Wagner; Mike Von Bank;) Peter Von Bank; Nick Von) Bank; Joe Von Bank; Liz-) *lo Schaller; Katla Von) Bank; Rose Stalleman or) SUttleman; Mary Orlgner or) Orlger; Maggie Tackier;) Tolmnle Helderscheldt; John) Berkhtmer; Kossuth County;) Mrs. Henry Bonnstetter,) sometimes known as Katie) Bonnststter; Mrs. Eugene) Walter, some times known aaXmiGINAL Maggie Welter; Mrs. JakeWOTICH Marti, sometimes known as) Anna Marti: Mrs. Hiram) KIOB, sometimes known as) Mary Rles. Mrs. George) Schaller. sometimes known) as Susie Schaller; Mrs.) Carl Satern, some times) > known as Veronica Sat-) ern; Henry Marnach; Mrs.) Lou Oabrlelson, sometimes) known as Lena Oabrlelson;) Mike Marnach; Bucene Marnaeh: Mr*. Matt xfcnt- £••• sometime* known &a Katie Hehtgei; »nma Juckum, sometimes known as Emma Juchem; Henry Juckum, sometimes known an Henry Juchem: Thomas Juckum, sometimes known as Thomas Juchem; Adam Juckum, sometimes known as Adam Juchem; John Juok- um. sometimes known as John Juchem; Mrs. Feter Cansusclea, sometimes known as Mrs. Pater Cape.) •lu»; ... Peter Capsuscfra,) fi°.?OHP_ eB . kn ? wn «• **•'««•> W Cfe peslbs; Matt Hentges. " ' Defendants.) You and each of you are hereby notified that there la now on file ID the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, th« petition of the Plaintiff, claiming <yf you, the sum of 11,000.00 on account'of rour promissory note dated May 17. ItJT. originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company, and endorsed to the Plaintiff herein; also for the foreclosure A Picture of Real Comfort Good, old reliable coal—get the bast of this dependable fuel and your home will be a picture of comfort. Order enough for the rest of the winter today. You'll flnd our service prompt, our prices reasonable and our coal the best. of the renl estate mortg-age given to secure the above described note, which mortgage was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the Plaintiff herein, together with Interest on said note and penalty thereupon as provided In said note and mortgage given to secure It: also raes for the extension of the abstract, attorney fees, costs and taxes provided by the terms of iald mortgage, which mortgage covered the following described real estate In Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wlt: The South' Half of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section 1», Township 94, Range 2», West of the Bth P. M., containing 78 acres more or less, according to the Government Survey thereof; and Is recorded In Book 98, Pago StO, of the records of Kossuth County, Iowa. Petition will also ask for the appointment of a receiver. For further particulars, see Petition. Personal Judgment Is demanded against no one. And unless you appear and defend on or before noon of the second day of thp April Term of the District Court of Kossnth County, to be held at Al- Konn, Iowa, commencing on the 2nd <1fty of April. 1934, default will be entered ngalnst you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. BARNES, BARNES ft WADSWORTH, 4-7 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Sale Starts Today K. D. JAMES VALENTINE DAY Wed., February 14th Here Is "Her" Valentine F RAGRANT. BEAUTIFUL, and lasting. What a gorgeous way of remembering those you love. We have a wide variety of growing plants, cut- flowers and corsage selections for Valentine parties. Here are several specials: Box of nsst. spring flowers $1.80 Choice Chit Roses, doz. $2.50 Novelty Valentine Baskets $1.25 Sweet Peas and Ferns, bunch $1.00 Algona Greenhouses Phone 305. Let the U. D. ifc-R. ecttnute on your next Job of printing. And Grain & Coal Co. erson Phone 308. 25 Young Men's Suits Sizes 12 to 18, $20.00 values, while they last $2.95 JOE BLOOM WWVWWWVWSfVVVWWWWVWWVrt^^ Every Day Is Value Day at Goeder's Quality Makes the Price and we see that each price represents a true value. February brings a long list of new values, not specials, but values on sale every day during this month. Here are only a few of the many outstanding values. Rollins Silk Hose Full fashioned chiffon or service, with the famous "run- stop". A real value, in ten popular shades, per pair 79c , 2 for $1.50 SHEETS, 81x99, $1.10 A fine tested sheet, three year guarantee, 81x90 at $1.00, 81x108 at $1.25. MUSLINS, Bleached, Yd. Wide Soft finish, high thread count, with no dressing added. Long wear and service assured. Regular 12c yard value, yard ARCH SHOES Molly Marvel Arch Shoe.s represent about all in value for fit, wear, comfort and appearance in black and brown kid, oxford style only 3.95 New Wash Frocks Again we present the pick of the nation's wash dress lines, only the; choice numbers from many good lines, all sizes from 14 to 50. $1.39 $1.95 Moddess Kotex or Kleenex, asst. or single, 6 for $1 Cotton Hose More liollins Hose in children's and ladies' fine ribbed, good wearing, pair 19c Jack Tar Togs for Children For boys and girls—we love to show these splendid garments —the finest in styling and materials and making—wash them or scrub them—they come up smiling. $1.50 to $2.95 Full 80 squ. prints, 36 iu wide, fast color, yd. The Goeders All Linen Toweling 18 inches wide, a nice heavy toweling, bleached or brown, yd. 19c Curtains liuft'led curtains, iu Priscilla type or cottage style, all fast color, set, 1.25 Blue Chambray Play Suits Fur the little kiddies, .siises 2 to o' onlv, each 50c iVVVUVVVUVVUVVt

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