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Algona, Iowa
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 26,1934 FORMER LUVERNE, BURT RESIDENT BURIED IN OLD HOME TOWN SUNDAY Henryf Simmons, 76, Once LuVerne Barber; Fanned atBurt LuVerne: Henry Simmons, age 76 years, passed away Thursday July 19, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Edith Johnson at Spencer, with whom he had been making his home. He came to LuVerne in 1888 where he owned and operated a barber shop for 25 years, in 1913 he moved to a farm north of Burt where he lived for ten years. Since he has been making his home with his five children. He leaves to mourn his widow, two daughters. Mrs. Gladys Murray and Mrs. Edith Johnson of Spencer, and three sons, Henry of Spencer, Clarence of Charles City and Milo, two brothers, George of Algona and Charles of Rolfe and one sister, Mrs. Rtley of West Bend and 15 grandchildren. Funeral services were held in the First Church, of Christ at Spencer. Rev. Forest Rlche- son officiated. The remains were brought .to LuVeme Sunday afternoon and interment was made in the Lu- Vere cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hesse of Sioux City are visiting relatives here. David Gardner who has been tn the University hospital at Iowa City, came home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Beckman of Alton visited over Sunday at the horn* of their daughter, Mrs. Corbln. Miss Patricia Weir of Whlttmore visited over the week end wth Consuelo and Scott Hanna. Louise Wadtetgh played a piano solo in the recital given by Mrs.I Sylva Gunn In Algona last week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lichty and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty and family spent the w«ek end at Lake Okoboji. Miss Alice Ellis and Maureen O'Connell, came Monday from Lombard. HI., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ellis. Emll Paling, who has been in the hospital at Iowa City is home. He expects to return to Iowa City for further treatment soon. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Riddle attended the annual Hoosier picnic at the farm home of Tom Trenary at Burt recently. Mrs. Phil Lichty entertained at her home Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Don Lichty of Chicago. Two tables of bridge were In play. Mrs. Cecil Wermersen won first and Mrs. Laura Zwelfel won second. Refreshments were served. C. H. Lichty and daughter, Grace, Mr and Mrs Phil Lichty and family, Mr and Mrs. Don Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lichty and family Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and family enjoyed a picnic supper at the Call State Park in Algona Monday evening. __^ Mrs. Ray Stone entertained several ladies of the Methodist Ladles' Aid society at a tea at their home Friday afternoon. A one act play. "An Operation." was given by Misses Florence Barton and Marie Fritzemeier and a trio composed of Misses Armln- tha Johnson. Florence Thompson and Doris Qenrich sang two selections. Wife of Milo Chapin Dies in the West We note by the Mason City Globe Gazette that Alfle Chapin, who has made his home at Mason City since leaving Algona many years ago, was leaving for California to attend the funeral of Mrs. Milo Chapin, the wife of his brother. No particulars of the death ar e at hand. The Chaplns were a pioneer Algona family and since their parents have died the sons have scattered. Jim Chapin lives at Red- fteld. South Dakota. Mlpo In California, and Alfle at Mason City, where for a number of years he was an engineer on the Northwestern railway, but who now Is in the coal business. Marie Chapin, the daugrter married Editor Prank Clark of Garner. Algona people are not acquainted with Milo's wife, he having married twice since leaving Algona. THEATRE "Sorrdl and Son," a nwvng plctnrt portrayal of Warwick Deeping's novel by the same name, is one of the pictures that you should most certainly see if you did not do so several years ago, when It was filmed. And even If you have, the beautiful story of the love between a father and his son. Is one that could make a second rip to the theatre well worth while. H. B. Warner lJ splendid in his por- rayal of the father. Thursday last showing, this week. • • • The famed "Maedcben In Uniform", film made In Germany, and carry- Ing a four star rating, will be on the Call Theatre screen Friday. Like most pictures with an European tinge of ,ny sort, either in the cast or the direction it has a depth of plot that is gripping, and is a type of picture that rou will long remember. Friday on- Slater M. Emanuel of Oubuque and Sister Barbara Marie of Detroit were guests at the Dr. F. E. Sawyer home from Thusrday until Sunday. Tbe Saturday show thli week Includes a Buck Jones western, "The Fighting Ranger," new news, Aesop fable. Scrappy, Lost Jungle serial and a Mlclcey McOulre. Can anybody ask For more, unless it be pink lemonade to sip during the performance. "Fmrfa Interlude", » tale of what happened in Parts when Lindbergh landed. Is only a part of the Sunday and Monday show. "The Big Bad Wolf," Walt Disney's famed cartoon picture in colors. News, and a musical number complete the program. The Bank Nijrht picture next week is "Blind Date," starring Ann Both ern. And for the Win Rogers fan*, an that seems to Include everybody "Handy Andy" la coming here next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday They say It's better than "David Har um." If it's Just as good everybod; will be satisfied. For Quality Eatables Go To AKRE'S or Phone 290 - 291 10c *Vl» In town — use our free delivery — it is always ready Swansdown Cake Flour, a set of 3 measuring spoons free Puffed Wheat, one .spoon free with eaeh pkg. for Crisco for frying or shortening, one patent pie tin free, \i Ib. can ---------------------Good old New York Cheese ______ the pound 38c Dill Pickles ____________________ quart jars 18c Sweet Pickles ____________________ quart jars 25c Blended tea in tall tumblers ________________ 15c Blended Cotfee "Number 111" a good one, whole or steel cut, the pound _____________ District Legion Picnic Date Set for July 30 The annual summer picnic and meeting of the Eighth District Legion and Auxiliary will be held July 3 at Spring Lake in Greene county local adjutant, John Momyer has been informed, and he wishes to pass the rood news on to all members In Kossuth county. A baseball game, picnic supper at six o'clock, and free boating and dancing are on the program, while at the business session at 7:30 p. m an election of officers will be held. Re. glstratlon for each family will be 25 cents. Each family is to bring its own supper, however, although the program Is free. Bode Cubs Take St. Joe Cardinals St. Joe: The Bode Cubs took a 9 to 3 decision from the St. Joe Cardinals as! Sunday on the local diamond. The Cards held a 3 to a lead going in :o the sixth and then through two costly errors gave the Cubs three unearned runs and clinched the name for the visitors. Christiansen and Peterson of Bode each hit home runs. ST. BENEDICT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plckens of Algona pent Sunday at the Emll and Nick Arndorfer homes. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelch and laughter, Mary Jane of Titonka spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dehnert and fam- y of St. Paul arrived here Friday to pend their vacation with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch and fam- y of Algona were callers at the Al Rosenmeyer home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ludwlg are e proud parents of a baby boy born "Yiday morning at the Kossuth hos- ital at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Raskopf, Mrs. , O. Downs and daughter Marcta Uin and Francis Raskopf attended the rodeo at Algona Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Llchter and son ackie of Algona and Mrs .Leo Ooetz and family of Wesley spent Sunray af- ernoon at the John Arndorfer home. Francis Raskopf of Halbur, spn of tfrs. Theodore Potthoff, Sr., came on Friday to spend several weeks with his with her mother Mrs. Anna Huschka ther relatives. Mrs. Francis Stephenson departed Monday evening for her home in Chicago after having spent the past week wit hher mother, Mrs. Anna Huschka and sister, Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, daughter, Pat- Icla Ann, Mrs. Francis Stephenson, ATS. Anna Huschka and Louisa Huschka and Helen Raskopf spent Friday afternoon at the Frank Eisenbarth home. Mrs. J. N. Seller and daughter, Imogene Marie, Mrs. Henry Seller, Mrs. Vlartin Seller and little son Duane and Vlarcla Ann Downs spent Friday afternoon at Titonka at the Martin Blelch home. Wm. Gengler went to LeMars Sat* urday to spend the week end with his later, Mrs. Peter Gengler and family. Mrs. Gengler and Mary returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly, daughter, Guinevere, Irene Rooney went to Des Moines Friday where where Guinevere remained to take up a course in beau",y culture. Mrs. F. C. Daley and son. Jimmy of Bellevue, Iowa, returned home on Friday after spending the vast -two weeks with Mrs. Dalley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Weir. Mrs. Sadie Leeney and daughter. forma, returned to their home in Iowa City Monday after spending two weeks 'Isitlng relatives and friends. They accompanied John Mosbach who will Islt a few days. Mrs. Matt Klrschbaum and family went to Emmetsburg Monday to visit ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Collins. On Wednesday she left for Spokane, Washington, to join her husband who. Is employed there. A number of relatives and friends urprlsed Peter Elbert Sunday evening it being his 15th birthday. An njoyable evening was had and all eparted wishing Mr. Elbert many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Tom McDonell, Mrs. Sadie Lee- iey, and Norma, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and daughters Lucille and Catherine, visited Mrs. Hugh McMahn of Algona Thursday afternoon. The wo former are sisters of Mrs. Mc- Vfahon. Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschnei- er. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schattschnel- er and family and Ruth Balgeman went to Davenport Saturday morning o visit Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Will and o get acquainted with the new twins t the Will home. Sister Mary Clalr of Briar Cliff Col- ge at Sioux City, visited a few days He past week wth her brother and Ister, Father Win. Velt and Mary eit. She returned home Saturday ccompanled by Father Charles Velt. aul and Clara Velt of Welser, Idaho, ho had been visiting here. WHITTEMOEE NEWS Sorensen's Specials Calif. Peaches, QO,. fancy, per cralc ._ J{J <, Corn Flakes, larivc .-i/i' 1'k^ 1 . Crystal White Soap Flakr.s.'Jl u/.. Aw. Toilet Tissue, (> rolls 9c Mother's Cocoa, 2 lb. can Pumpkin, No. 2 size can 23c 19c 7c Peanut Butter, L'I IP/, jar Veal Loaf Bacon Squares Baby Beef Roast Hamburger Sausage Boiling Beef All kind* T'olil Meats fur Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swansea wer in Mason City Friday. Frieda Mae Allg spent the past wee with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode a Corwith. Ruth Ann Smith spent a few day with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen a Ernmetsburft. Jim OMelan is enjoying a week vacation this week from the H. W Geelan store. John Waldron spent the week en with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Waldron at, Ayrshire. Patricia Weir went to LuVerne o Thursday evening where she vlsite frknds until Saturday. Melbourne Simpson waa so unfortun ate as to lose a second horse wit lightning' the past week. Evtlyn Van Allen and Mrs. An Zlttrilsch of Algona visited loCa friend* Monday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward wer in Fort Dodge Monday where the lat ter had her tonsils removed. Mrs. Edna Patton of Chicago. Susi Engler and George Munch of Arnolds Park called on local friends Tuesda Ir«-ne McDonnt 1, J-.f<n Flemi.iK wen tn Atuon Cl v Monday to visit u fe aavs with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kin sella. Louise Martin of Emmetsburg re turned home after spending a wee with her sister, Mrs. Martin Duffy, Jr and family. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser an family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Watch ter of Gilmore City visited lg£al rela lives Sunday. Joe Slaven of Rodman underwent a appendicitis operation at the loc hospital Sunday evening. Ella Burk is his nurse. Eleanor and Darlene Glasgow of Fergus Falls, are visiting their grandmother. Mrs. Josephine Hagg and other relatives. Mrs. Pet'-r Schumacher. foos, Ed- wiird ulni Jo-? went to Clarion where they visted .several (lays with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Tliul. Mr. and Mi'o. Ralph Biirllott wtiit to Aim-, 'rhur.->d;tv where Mr. Bart! tt, ultcndrd a mtftng and Mr... Bartlet t vi.~r.ed friends . Ht-u r tk-L->ehri<i, Puul -u-.i Arlc-ni; E^eiieui and fr'rar.c.c., lia.-l..j|il of Hjl- bur. own vuilid Mr. and Mi;, M. J. I'.L ciuiti and family. I-V.hei J. J. Juhn C'u.!"i, ..!..! HJ.' L. IJurr!; 1 !.' viiiuvi-.' a K-\v v::i'../ li. Iniu' ni lioillie:'.". .' iv.ii e.-; 4'i oi '.li.- Week. .iU.-t:. Elbi.-rt. iiur..c in ti:u jlUil ul Fort iJud:-','.-. .six-lit a rli her mother, lumil;.'. uJiderweJiL an app at liio AIcCix--ry BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Office, July 9. 1934 Board of Supervisors met pursuant > adjournment with the following embers present: Balgeman. Helken. nd McDonald; Absent: Cosgrove nd Morris. On motion Board adjourned to nine clock A. M. July IS. 1934. E. J. BUTLER. County Auditor. Auditor's Office, July 16. 1934 Board of Supervisors of Kossuth ounty met pursuant to adjournment Ith all members present. Motion by Balgeman and second by Cosgtrove that Wednesday, August 1, 1934 at 1:30 o'clock P. M. be nxed as date of letting on Joint Secondary Road District No. 289 Kossuth County and No. 192 Palo Alto County. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by Cosgrove that Ben Dwenger Cresco Tp. be permitted to pay delinquent poll tax for the year 1924 less Interest and penalty. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by Cosgrove that following record entry be made on 1934 Budget Estimate of Kossuth County. Be It remembered, that on this 10th day of July, 1934 the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, met In session for the purpose of nllng and considering the estimate for the local budget of aald county. There w»s present a quorum as required by law. Thereafter and on said day there was flled the foregoing estimate. Thereafter said estimate wa* duly considered by the board. Tha board being fully advised finds that a d«U of hearing on said estimate should be flxed and It does flx the 1st day of August. A. IX 1934 at the hour of ten A. M. of said day as the date of hearing, said hearing to be had at the Court House In Kossuth County. Iow«. The County Auditor was directed to publish the estlmtae and notice ot hearing as required by law tn the K«w- suth County Advance. Alfona Upper D*s Molnea. and Bancroft ItaftUter. of- flolal newspapers wltr.ln the county. Publication to b* for one Jnsertlon snd to be at least ten days prior to th* date set for hearing. CHAR MORRIS. Chairman. E. J. BUTUKR. County Auditor Motion bv McIXmald and second, by Cosgrove that nnal estimate vf Ftul Construction Company on Secondary Road Districts Nos. Z«1-S«9-ITO-!71-JTJ- 2ST be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second br McDonald that Bernard Loo ft be glrcn a refund of $3.00 poll tax. Harrison Tp, for year 1JJS because of having p«IJ same twice. Ayes: fill. Motion by McDonald and second by Balgeman that Helken be appointed as committee to mak* necessary repairs on Dr. 4-27-31-tO-Sl-90-135-m. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by McDonald that Baseman be appointed as committee to make necessary repairs on Joint Dminae3 District No. «. Ares: all. Motion by Helken and second by Balgeman that McDonald be appointed as committee to make necessary repairs on Dr. to. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by McDonald that the application for widow's pension of Wllhelmlna Erdman be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second br Balgeman that salary of weed commissioners be flxed at 25c per hour and 5c per mile. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by McDonald that Fred Illg. Rlverdale Tp. be permitted to pay delinquent personal tax less Interest and penalty. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Cosgrove that appointment of Imelda Dooley as deputy In County Recorder's office as made by J. J. Dooley be approved as of January 3, 1934. Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock A. M., August 1. 1934. B. J. BUTLTR. County Auditor. of Algona, Iowa; thence east along the south line of Call Street to, the northeast corner of Block Two hundred twenty-six (226) of Call's addition to the city of Algona la. thence south along the west line of McPherson Street to the southeast corner of Block Two hundred thirty-eight (938) of Call's State Street Addition to the City ot Algona, Iowa; thence west along the south line of Blocks Two hundred thirty-eight <S38> and Two hundred thirty-seven (337) of Call's State Street Addition to Algona, Iowa, to the west line of Wooster Street; thence south five rods; thence west sixteen rods to the place of beginning. Said District includes the following described real estate: Blocks Two hundred thirty-seven (337) and Two hundred thlrty- eifht (2M> of Call's State Street Addition to the City of Alton*, Iowa. Th» North tw»nt$-two roda ot the acuth rorlr~ono rods ot Audi««•» K«* ot Uw »wU»«k** quarter ot Uw» SwiUww* Qwut«r ot Seetfea Two «>, TwwwMp Wn»- M., KOMUttk Stock* Two huaclmi (»«>. Two faundwa <3*»> and Two twnttr** (9M>. ot Call's AsWMKMV to tt» of Section Two. That no building, or other structure, except residences, school houses, churches, or other similar structures, shall hereafter be erected, reconstructed, altered, repaired, or occupied within said restricted residence district, without first securing from the City Council a permit there- for. Section Three. Any building, or structure, erected, altered, repaired or used In violation of any ot the provisions of this Ordinance, Is hereby declared to be a nuisance, and mayJ>» abated as such In any action brought by the City of Ataona. Iowa, in «nw court of competent Jurisdiction. Section Pour. Any person, firm, or corporation, violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance snail to guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not to exceed One Hundred Dollars, or be imprisoned not to exceed thirty days In jail. Section Five. This Ordnance shall be in force and effect from and after Its passage and publication as provided by law Adopted and Passed by the City of Aluona, Iowa, thte 24th day of July. A, D. 1034. ADAH CARLSON, GM.y W*r» ot the City of Algona, la. ArvronM hy me this 24th day ot Jwljr A, f>. IM4, O. F, 8PBOHT. «f Mw CKy ot Algona, Iowa. 30 Notice of Letting Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m., August 1, 1934, 'or road gravelling on the county line south of Fenton, Iowa, involving 4600 cu. yds. of gravel, 23400 units ot V4 mite haul and 1800 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pit. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the oftce of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa- July 17th, 1934. E. J. BUTLEH, 29-30 County Auditor . f Fiv.-.h and Threshing Orders. < 'omplfU' Line of Meat.s and Yfi;ctabk'.s aUernu.n. Patnti leiuin- H. R. Sorensen & Co. Phone Top Price for Eggs and IM \Ve l Monday Weir. R. N , L> hu> nui'ie. Ed Burke an:l uuu;;:.u-i- rd ;.oiiu; Irom Ciucaj^u 'lue.^day luon:- in^'. Fnenda oi Mr. Burke are «!ad tu hear he l-> su impruvxd. Mr. and Mii. Carl Barthi.-Uo and laiuilv ol Parker, South Dakota, have inuvud to ;own Mr. BartheLxj Li a jection niau on the rallruad. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey. tei'a. Dorothy and Maxine of vLiilud the former's mother. Mrs. Mar- naret Oailey Sunday cveiiiii«. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S'tvmau and 1'amilv of Wliitteniore und Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arndorfer of St. Benedict ^peJH Sunday at Lake Oknb-)!. Mr. and Mrs H. W. Geelan Mr and Mis. James Geelan. nun Jimmy. Margaret, Fandvl a.ud Evelyn O'Connor injoved a picnic at. Lake Ok-Ouji on Sunday. Mrs Jot- Bli>o:ii ana ^>n, Dicky re- taiiu.-d tioui St Paul Monday juoru- iiig afti'r a two w-.-ek'a VLJII with her Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SB. Notice la hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution In attachment dl reeled to IIIB from ttia Clerk of the uiatrlct Court of Kossuth Couty. iowa on u judgment rendered In said Cour on the 13th day of July, 1SHJ4, in favo of A. L. Hlat. us plaintiff, and iiKuln.ii J. Clyde Smith and liertlia 1-. .Smith, a; lictemlania, fur the Hum of nix llun clivd Ml.llecn and 1U-1UO ItdlU.lU) Do! Jai.i ami costs, taxed at Forty Hevcn und mi-100 (J17.SD) dollars and accruing ' o.-,t.s. I have levied upon tile following iJ.-.sci ib.-d personal property a* the pro lierty of tin.- said J. Clyde .Smith an* liertlia L. .Smith to xutlxfy aald execu riun. to-wil: ui> cues, uti pool balla, i pool t.-ibleH, 1 billiard table. 6 bal raeka, 3 cue racks, -I -small mirrors, lar^e mirror. II long rnlrrorH, 11 chatr> 1 Met of Lllllanl balls, 1 pup cooler, fountain anil back bar, 1 cigar case, tnbacco wall case, 1 cigarette caae; J)lpe i'a.-se, 1 radio. 1 caah regUter, lluor .ihow caaea. 1 back wall allow caae 1 root beer keg, 1 Hafe, 1 dunk, 2 lih'iln^ plima, more or lean, H tlahlrm I'dda, j:{ reela, 10 long rodn, 100 more o lean, Illcs for lly roda, G rolla of II lines. 15 large boxea of spinners, 1 .MILill !nixi:s of aplnnera, buck talla Hpoon hfioka aTid apinnera, 2 rlMea, ; abot guna, 1 gun caaea, ;tti boxea o large ahelU, 1U boxea of 41U ahells, 4' boxt-a or bullets. 1 hunting coat, hoi atera, bill folds, tlaah llgl.ta am hnlv.'M, :i^ automatk;, 1 -410 hand "un All tibiilng and bunting Inatrurnenta 1 cigar lighter, 26 boxea of clgara, 1 t'.irfona i>l' arnuklng tobacco 8 carton of fine cut, 10 cartona of Kinoklni tubac.'o, ;j bulls of cliewlng tobacco 1 *j cartona of clgarettea, 35 pipes. A] fountain ayrvips and Klanaware, an< all other article too numerous to men tioti. In the building located on th< middle one third of lot '1, lilock 21 liriginal 1'lat of the City of Algonu Iowa. And [ will proceed to Bell said pro pt-rly, or ao much thereof aa may b <Th*ary to aaliafy aald execution witii co^ta and accruing coata at publi uctlon. to thu blgli.-at bidder. fo iM, li. t and, on the 10th day of AUK al. 1U:!4. at the eaat dour of th • .urt iloiiae III AlKuna. in Koaaut • iiiMy li.wa. at tliu hour of 10 o'l-lot- M . .it .-.iid d.iv. when and wher ii.. .illi ncl.u.iu will be glvin b> U I..I.-I MHIH'd li..t. .\ it.ia IHih d.iv <,r .lulv ia:M. I'.M'.I, liAHI.IIAI!SI-:it. >i..-illf ..f Ku..Milh I'.ninly. |..vv I:, CASI'IV LUSH. II.-I.IMV ci.i.ul'.n i. Mill.-r. ri.ilnlilf .s AIL. Notice of Probate of Will State of Iowa, Kiia.iuth G'junty, si. N». 'MM jn D.itritt, Court, June Term. To Al! Whom It May Concern: You A."i: HiT'.by Notified, Thai an uiMru- a.: i:t of purposing to be. the la.-t, v.'ill and tcl.laiiu.-iH. of K.a:,iA.-r K. iilhaai, ci i council, dul--d No\cnibii' '-:ii. I'j'Si. having been thk> day likd. op, iirei read, I he 'JUl a..-, i.i Auyua, 1M4 is nxcd for hcar- ::!„' |,:uol of sumc at the court hoiu.e in Apulia, Iii*a. befoie. III-.- district ciiiiit ol .aid County or the Clerk of .-aid Court; and ut 10:00 o'clock A. M. ol the day above latiilioatd ull per:-.on.', uitere.sleci are hereby notified and rt-uuii'td to, and bliow if any they have, why said instrument should no!, be urobattd and allottet a> und for the last Will and Ti-.-itaiiient of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa. July 19. 1934. E. J. MO EVOY. Clerk of District Court. Sulli i an, McMahun & Luuiau Attorneys 30-32 ollars and costs taxed at seven and 1000 (17.10) dollars and accruing costs, I ave levied upon the following dea- rlbed real property as the property of he said B. N. Taylor, Incorporated, et il to satisfy aald execution, to-wlt: Lot two (2) In Block One Hundred Flf- y two (152) Call's Addition to Algona. owa, with all Improvements situated there on. Including office luilding and Fairbanks-Morse ten ton ruck scales. And I will proceed to sell aald property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to aatUfy Bald execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash. In hand .on the 3rd day of Angus 1934, at the east door ot the Cour House In Algona, In Kossuth County Iowa, at the hour ot 10 o'clock A. M. o said day. when and where due attend ance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 3rd day of July, 1*34. CARL, DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By CASEY LOSS. Deputy Arthur W. Smith, Plaintiff's Attor ncy. 29-3 Ordinance No. 236 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A RESTRICTED RESIDENCE DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OP AL GONA, IOWA, AND PROVIDING PENALTY FOR THE VIOLA TION THEREOF. Wherfjas, there has been flled in th office of the Clerk of the City of Al gona, Iowa a petition signed by mor than sixty per cent, of the owners o the following described real estate, re siding In the City of Algona, Iowa, to wit: Blocks Two hundred thirty-seven (237) and Two hundred thirty- eight (238) of Call's State Street Addition to Alg-ona, Iowa. The North twenty-two rods of the south forty-one rods of Auditor's Plat of the southeast quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Two (2), Township Nlnety-nve (95), North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. Blocks Two hundred twenty-four (224), Two hundred twenty-five (225), and Two hundred twenty- six (226) of Call's Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa asking for the establishment of a re £trlcted residence district, to includ the above rtescrlbed real estate, There fore Be It Ordained by the City Oouncl. of the City of Algona Iowa: Section One. That the herelnafte bounded property located In the sec ond ward of the City of Algona, Iowa be and the same Is hereby desolate and established as- a restricted resl dence district, to-wlt: Commencing at the southwest corner of the north twenty-two rods of the south forty-one roda of Auditor's Plat of the southeast- Quarter of the southeast quarter of .section Two (2>, Township Ninety- five (95), North, Rajige Twentynine Cil)>, Wesj, of the 5th P. M., Ko.v>uth County, Iowa; thence north along tiie-ta-st line of Minne- M>'u street to the norlhwiv.t corner of Ulock Two hundred twenty-four ''-'2Ji of Call's Addition to the City Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATI'! OK IOWA i-OI'NTV .-.- li.-rviiv »fiv«' N T. l It.'- li, f.:li.i i,M f f t--; \i;lu«> I.-,I In 11. v I < 'o'.JIt Of iu.i^Ml. lit f liiili day ..- n.illl.-hl , |,i.,li,l.lT ,-i.|-|,.,,..l. fuur hun- DRINK DELICIOUS YERBAVIDA Instead cf Tea or Coffee Anyone buffering from headaches, Nervousness, Loss of Sleep, or Stomach Trouble, should try drinking delicious Yerbavlda n place of tea and coflee. This remarkable beverage, known as the "Plant of Life," lieut- urlizes the poisonous adds in the body, relaxes the nervous system, corrects btomach distress and brings about sound, refreshing sleep. In a short time you will notice a great Improvement in your health, your nerves will be steady, and you will be full of pep and vitality. Yerbavlda is inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 240 cups can be obtained for only $1.00. If your local druggist cannot supply you. accept no substitute but stud $1.00 direct to Yerbavlda Sales Co.. 612 bout-huts t Bldg., Los A&geles, California. Or a 20-page book "The Story of Yerb- evlda" free on requ&tft. Fur Sale at Lobby's Drug Store. Every Dollar Buys More COAL NOW! We will soon have a car of our large Jellico Block. Plan your order for delivery off car. Remembers, this coal has less than 2Vfc per cent ash. ANDERSON Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 Algona, Iowa FEW WOMEN CARE TO BE SEEN WITH A MAN WHO IS IMPROPERLY FED THERE'S NO EXCUSE Because Better Foods at the Basket Grocery Cost No More Than Ordinary Foods. And One Does Enjoy Shopping at This Cleaner, Finer Food Store CAKE FLOUR, Monarch, large pkg. 19c Cherries, Bed Pitted Loganberries Blackberries Monarch Fru*, packed heavlest la Red Raspberries Black Raspberries Gooseberries New Pack Monarch Peas are here. We will take orders for a limited amount at our present low prices, which are consideahly below the present market. CHERRIES, Y. C. (why can cherries when you can buy these at 2 for 25c PEARS, choice Monarch Bartletts, Ige. can __23c POWDERED SUGAR 3 Ibs. 21c SALAD DRESSING, B brand, pts. 15c, qt. 25c FITTER PAN, 24 y, Ib* 85c .49 lb*. $1.63 UNISTA, tty t U* Me OCCIDENT, Z4I/J lb*. 11.10.49 Ib*. 92.12 Post T«urtl«, (mall pkg. 7o J41-O, all flavor*. 3 for IKo Swanadown Cake Flour Me HtauU Tapioca, 2 pkga. ....Mo Hamburger, T \/ Honnel's Cervelot 17*/r .' ' 2 V summer uninnoa 1h II S* C per pound summer sausage, Ib. Basket Grocery CITZ HOTEL i n neap olit Newest JWproof Hotel m0 «nd SPANltSH VLLAGi (CONVRNIfNT l6bVEkYi : HIM

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