The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1930 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 8, 1930
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The Tipper Bes MoiiieB-ltepublican, October 8,1930 BULLDOGS LOST TO ESTHERVELE High School Football Team Defeated Saturday by the Score of 7 to 6. BOTH TEAMS WERE EVENLY MATCHED. Samp for Aljrona and Gordonler for Estherville Were the Outstanding Players In Game. The Algona Bulldogs lost a hard fought football game here Saturday to the hard hitting Estherville high school eleven by the score of 7 to 6. The game •was played before a comparatively small crowd. Both teams were quite evenly matched with Estherville possessing a little edge on all around playing. The visitors scored first when the Algona right end allowed himself to be taken out of the play on an end run and about five Algona tacklers missed the ball carrier, who scampered 45 yards for a touchdown. The dropklck was good, making the score 7 to 0 in favor of the visitors. Algona came back with a bang after this score, -which happened in the latter part of the third quarter. In the fourth quarter Algona completed a beautiful forward pass, Blossom to Samp, for about twenty-five yards and Samp sidestepped his war through a bunch of Estherville tacklers for the remaining twenty-five yards for a touchdown. Blossom's kick for the tying point failed. Algona tried desperately to score after that but was •unsucccessful. The game ended with the ball in Algona's posseslon in about the middle of the field. Samp for Algona was a big ground •gainer and about the only ball carrier for the locals who could make any •gains at all. Cowan at left end played a good game on the defense. The two completed passes from Blossom to Samp, showed good possibilities in the local's passing game. For Estherville, Gordonler was the shining light until taken out in the fourth quarter because of injuries. He played quarter back. Algona's line play was spotty. The boys forgot to use their hands on a number of occasions with the result that Estherville smashed through for much yardage. The Algona backs were weak on pass defense, allowing the pass receivers tc*get behind them and Estherville completed some passes for nice gains. Estherville had a hard- hitting offense which Algona found hard to stop. The Algona boys showed up well in their second game and should look forward to taking in Mason City next Friday night. Clayton Sutherland, who formerly coached here -and is now coaching Mason City, was scouting the game here Saturday.. He stated that his team is somewhat heavier than Algona and possibly a little more ex\ perienced but if the Jocal boys make up their minds to fight'and take advantage of the /breaks they can beat the ' Mohawks. The (game will be played next 'iMday night at Mason City and """""all the local fans, should be <there, to cheer on the fighting- Algona team. flU ' First Quarter. Algona kicked off to Estherville who returned the BaU about 15 yards. Estherville then made two yards through, the line and pn the next play they made six on a wide end run. On the fourth down they punted to Blossom returned fifteen yards. Algona INSIST UPON the MILLION DOEJL4UR Star Route Between Burt and Elmore, Burt Monitor: Star route mafl sen-ice between Burt and Elmore was inaugurated today serving Bancroft. Gerlcd. Ledyard and Elmore. Clayton Schrnd- er took the contract, being the lowest bidder. The establishment of t.hi s route followed the withdrawal of passenger service on the Northwestern railroad between Burt arid Elmore. It is authorized at this time as a temporary route, but if'the train service is not restored by spring the route will be a permanent one. Bids were hurriedly taken for th? temporary route last week Thursday and Friday without waiting to advertise for bids. Kasson Miller, superintendent of mails, from Chicago, was here Thursday and went over the proposed route. The news was spread around as generally as possible and bids were asked for. About a dozen responded from Burt and about half that many from Bancroft. Prom this number the low bidder was picked. The route provides for handling all classes of mail and leaves the Burt post office at 9:35 arriving at Elmore about eleven a. m. The return trip is started about four p. m. arriving here at six. In the event that the route is made permanent new bids will be asked for in the spring at which a four year contract will be awarded. Shoe Repair Shop Sold to the Former Owner. Burt Monitor W. S. Shackelford, who bought a shoe and repair shop at Forest City about ten days ago, returned to Burt the first of this week after having 1 had possession of the shop only a week. The original owner decided after the sale that he would like to have the property back so Mr, Shackelford accommodatingly sold it back to him. Mr. Shackelford will resume work in the Thompson shoe and harness shop. WESLEY BOY COMES BACK FROM EUROPE Joined Orchestra in Paris and Played in Spain and Other Countries. Pays Sept. City Bills, WITNESSED BULL FIGHT IN SPAIN. Was Treated With Much Courtesy In Every Country Visited. Visited Many Interesting Places. Wesley News-World: Clare Kunz, who has been out of the United States since July 11, returned home Monday and we have been fortunate enough to get a brief summary of his trip to Europe. The tour was interesting and educational and some of the little incidents and descriptions as told by him are very entertaining. After leaving Hoboken, New Jersey, on the New Amsterdam, the ship sailed pleven davs, docking at Bologne, France. Clare played with the boat orchestra going over and his necessity in "feeding the fish" was confined to but a few hours. The first week was spent in Paris whereupon he and his friend 'who were in the company on the trip decided to join an orchestra then playing at San Sebastian, Spain, in one of the most popular summer resorts. While in Spain, they attended a bull fight, which for Clare did not seem to have much appeal. Method s used are the most vulgar and inhuman imaginable. Eight bulls were scheduled to appear but the boys left long before the gruesome entertainment was finished. Upon leaving Spain, they stopped in Paris for another week of sight seeing and a visit to the world noted historic places including the Arc De Triumph, Palace of Versailles, Lourve art gallery, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Saint Chapel which is notable for its stained glass. Their next stop was at Berne. Switzerland, and a trip through the Alps with friends they had met on their Electric tight Fund. j. W. Kelly, salary .......... $165.00 Leo Bellock, salary ............ 150.00 Walter Gorman, salary ........ 135.00 Ray Barton, salary ............ 130.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary ...... 130.00 Tom Halpin, salary ............ 135.00 Adnh Carlson, salary .......... 145.00 C. C. Wright, salary .......... 85.00 Vacuum Oil Company, mdse. .. 80.59 Acme Petroleum Co;, dlst ..... 234.20 Security Petroleum Co., dlst. . . 440.13 Premier Vacuum Cleaner Company, mdse ................... 5.40 Camp Distributing Corp., mdse. 4.17 Euro Test Corp., mdse ......... 51.79 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. 8.29 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse ................... • Borne-Scrymser Co., mdse ..... Highway Trailer Co. mdse ..... J. I. HolcomH Mfg. Co., mdse. Gen. Electric Supply Corp. mdse Shell Petroleum Corp., dist. Addressograph Company, mdse. .80 Electric Supply Co., mdse Line Material Co., mdse 146.43 Line Material Co., mdse 69.36 Westhouse Electric & Mfg. Co., mdse 56 - 52 West'house Elect. Supply Co., mdse .21'5l! Terrv-Durln Company, mdse. .. 174.30 Century Electric Co., mdse. Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. .. 122.70 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., service C. L. Holding, et al, refund de- son mdse. , 13.08 .75 '2.65 aEScJaeH. salary CcESpauy. mdse. .. Co- mdse. i. & SL W. Rjr. Co, rent of jr_ , Prank Ostrum. salary 130.00 sea voyage. Prom Berne the tiro boy-s o 3^ Atcheson, salary 100.00 traveled on to Munich. Germany. aadl o ~ ^ jucbe^on. salary 25.00 to Oberammergau to witness the Pas-;] " ~ " sion Play, which to Clare •STBS lbe;j most inspiring day of the trip. E? «- :j ports the play as being vsBSsrfnL "Sa ;| acting superb and acted oat ia reiiSr. ij The time scheduled for lie jfifiT isij^ eight hours, beginning at arfri 'oTotoat ^ in the morning and iasriai p. m., vrith two hours irasr noon. A few days ^ tendance at the Passion ?&?. i tanr ;^J -^ ja^ trip up the rirer Rhine VBK eajr«vH:i '•. ' " The famous Mouse Torer EJI& ssureF uI> castles lined the bsaes of -DM Shim;, i-p Their next Tisit inertias:! imHtsraam. ;y Marten "WiuM! j. Ilear its brilliant Colorful Tone Today. Our Kp^cial terms maki; it easy to buy —our HJTvico guarantee in- Bt lit 1 finea t performance Listen in (in UK; big football panics iliis fall with llio Majestic Radio. Kossuth Radio & Electric Co. built on stats and people -aresE nueBtly ~r ^.ctovmr..&3rm,!m3HE their native cosmineE. Tap "inlnnti [-^ 31. asiiiyEr ,ir .ami, suttee. is protected by dites. Tie ;pgace ?tO- tRarthYrescsTii 3dll ace and Houses o5 PErliKmsm flt "lit" j •£»E'ME£' -•- •— Hague were included in their isanarr of J35.-w.H»ost, ifct- was the Spanish Prism. 'QuirteB icit ! them through vr"* -esplKjufiil "ine aneiii- ods of torture and execirciim nf ihe ad-i soners hundreds of pears left B sesmeS "to Jive :irp •&fivanct . 3: iBHUlius, -jrnnSinr; (On.". Brussels, able impression to its reputation of eletyrflrnag untJ bright lights. Upon their return to Pans, Tilt ,'unys |tp ^ i<eyj#i]ie, yur?aii£ S <fiflBr> took one last fling in going T.D lire [fairer atewnrcL jjiuluK opera house built in 1COO .&.- IX anfl;|3»rniu: fiiittlllhl. ." punted over the goal line with a quicK kick. Estherville then made 25 yards on a reverse play around end. Algona's right side of the line was not stopping them and they made a first down through it. They were stopped on the next play by Runchey of Algona. A pass failed and they kicked over the Algona goal line. The ball was put in play on the twenty yard line in Algona's possession. Parsons made it a first down through the line. Samp made four yards through the right side of the line and on the next play a lateral pass lost eight yards. Parsons punted to Estherville's 36 yard line. Two line smashes and an end run by Estherville were stopped with no gain and they punted to Algona's 40 yard line. Score 0 to 0. Second Quarter. Two line plays made four yards aivi a quick kick put the ball on Estherville's ten yard line in their possession. They punted to the fifty yard line. Two line plays by Algona failed j Holland, and the to make distance and Algona punted to jig below sea level Harass tasre ur; ;« Estherville's nine yard line. Estherville's line plays failed to gain but an end run netted nine yards They punted to the'fifty yard line. Samp made 16 yards through the line on a cross buck. Succeeding plays failed to gain and Algona made a poor kick of only six yards. Estherville's ancient shoestring play failed with a loss of six yards. They punted to Algona's 30- yard line and Blossom returned fifteen yards. Samp made first down through the line. Estherville recovered a poor pass from the Algona center and their ball on Algona's 45 yard line. They completed a pass for 15 yards. Next pass was incomplete. Next play they were penalized five yards for offsides. They then tried a pass but the passer was tackled for five yards loss. Half ended 0 to 0. Third Quarter. Algona kicked off to Estherville's 34 yard line and Algona got the ball there on a fumble. Samp went through for five yards but on the next play Algona was penalized five yards for offsides. Samp made nine yards off tackle. Two line plays were stopped and then Samp made first down through the line. Three running plays were failures and Algona lost the ball on downs when a lateral pass was incomplete. Estherville failed to make their yardage and punted to Algona's 35 yard line. Cowan threw the Estherville back for a nine yard loss They passed for ten yards. Estherville tried a dronkick but it was blocked. Algona recpvered on the 28 yard marker. Algona pulled a short kick that was good for 15 yards. The right end for Algona was taken out on the next play and EsthervUle romped 45 yards to a touchdown. The try ror point was good. Score Estherville 7, Algona 0. Estherville kicked off to Algona and Samp returned the ball down the sidelines to the fifty yard line. Line play failed and quarter ended. Fourth Quarter. Blossom passed 30 yards to Samp who evaded a number of tacklers and ran 30 yards for a touchdown. The try for point failed. Score Estherville 7, Algona 6. Williams substituted for Medin for Algona and Knudsen for Jor- rlun. Elwood went in for Gordonier for Estherville. Algeria kicked off to Estherville's 25-yard line. The ball was returned five yards. Estherville made I first flown on three line plays. They failed to make their distance on next series of downs and punk-d to Algeria's 25 yard line. Samp made M:V- F. 3. Elbert „-. S. J. Backus, P. M., advancement S. J. Backus, P. M., box rent .. Western Union Telegraph Co., service Chi. & N. W. Railway Co., rent pole yard '. ".00 Harry Barton et al, labor 179.6o C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., fit. on dlst. H. W. Post, frt. and dray. .. 37.27 Ry. Express Agency, Inc., express 14.44 R F. Donovan, adv. premium .. 258.80 Haggard & Backus, printing .. 60.00 Ed. Erickson, labor 3.50 Skelly Oil Company, gas 42.67 Norton Machine Works, mdse. .. 56.46 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. .90 Water Fund. "' J. W. Kelly, salary 75.00 Oilmore City Sunday and spent the ! day with Mr. and Mrs. George Davis. Mr. and Mrs. George Marty and baby son of Mason City were week end guests In the Dr. A. L. Spooner home. Cecil Huff drove to St. Louis Friday to attend the baseball game Saturday between the Cardinals and Athletics. Mrs. Riddle returned from Des Moines Friday, where she has been the past two weeks taking treatments at a hospital. Mr. and Mils. Clarence Jurgensen returned home Wednesday of last week from their wedding trip to Rapid City, South Dakota. Miss Margaret Ehmke who is attending junior college at Britt, visited the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ehmke. Mrs. August Swanson was buried last Monday in the Irvlngton cemetery. She was the mother of Carl Swanson of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen drove to Minneapolis the first of the week fqr a few days at the home of their daughter Mrs. Sam Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and daughters, Mrs. C. C. Anderson, and Ruby and Florence Godfrey were Mason City callers Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barnes and baby left for their home in Pierre, South Dakota, Wednesday after a few days' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Weiss and Mrs. 17.50 j Kathryn Weiss from Monroe, Wlscon* 2.85 i sin, spent last Wednesday and Thurs- 5.341 day at the Joe Blumer home. Mrs. ! Blumer and Mrs. Kathryn Weiss are 8 j| 72.75 200.00 46.87 220.13 421.92 45.98 iuj s- 1 - Isffl SSansnr 1Mb & &ST. .premium. •_ zadss. Co., 110.00 19.07 109.06 12.00 3952 253 62.73 214^5 8.6S ,. SteWYJBfi, .. 3RsvreHlE. <Qr«8n. <Eill Cdmrna y, xans?~ 125.03 15J83 sisters-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer and two children, Ileena and Delain, returned home the last of the week from Neils- vllle Wisconsin, where they spent several days afc the home of Robert's sister, Mrs. Arthur O'Niel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Craig and son, Delbert, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Craig of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Craig of Livermore and Robert Craig of Hollywood, California, visited Monday at the W. F. Godfrey home. Robert Craig is a cameraman in Hollywood, but the past year he has spent in Honolulu. Miss Florenre Ramus, who has been a patient in the Iowa Lutheran hospital in Des Monies, the past two weeks underwent an operation for the removal of her appendix last Wednesday. Her condition is not as serious as it was first thought. Her sister, Leona Ramus, who had been with her, returned home Wednesday and Mrs. Ramus went down for a few days. Twenty Years Ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Coon were rejoicing over the birth of a fine baby girl •«ho arrived October 1. Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and children ^irre, iis 3esee cQump mumr to Wisconsin for an extended ^ relatives. They planned to 5j0 jb» gone antil after the holidays. Oil Dr. acd Mrs. F. L. Tribon had just Sraincrned from Wisconsin where they " ~ ' teen looking after their real es- 2a>iiings and visiting friends. Tfce X Q. Jamisons had decided to sber iaim in Portland, township iBtom to Algona. They planned ' * 2 (UP on farm unto March 1. 2.3*1' i they have visited in this Kumar. The voyage home fn£ matte an Volledam leaving Bologse wo Be; ber 12, and arriving ai Eiwuex days later. In speaking of the diSwezs Kiuoizaes ; isited, they •a-ere greasy iss^rtsjafl >vf jEUtic; he and, 3«*t •itbout much in revjra l/tt inating it seemed to th«E- Clare is a true lowan zi ectly willing the Eurppta-'-is teep their costumes arid c^ia ong as he can t>e in touch f-'c, Garden Spot of the wcrrid tts. vt*3£ir: «" the pure and refreshing air <S. vx i=s- : ^'-' mediate country- en yards through the line Williams H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, Iowa Long DUtance Hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage Equipped to do all kinds of draying and huuling. 82-tf was thrown for three yard loss. Blossom was tacklud when his pass receivers failed to got in the clear and lost (•Split yards. Algona punted to 35 yard IK. "EsthervillK was pcmalizficl nvfi yards for offsides. Estherville made ISrst clown through tho line. The} fumbled but recovered for a four yard gain. Then they wore penali/ed for toi many times out. Estherville could no gain so they punted to Alfe'ona'.s 25 yaiT line. Blossom passed to Samp for 25 yards gain. Algona pass was incom plete and the game was over. Score Estherville 7 and Algona 0. The lineups for the game were as fol ESTHERVILLF . .LE Higgins ows: ALGONA— K.Cowan .. Adams (c) Ban- Moore .... Runchey .. Jordan Ostrum .. • Blossom .. Medin Samp Parsons ... iiimlbe:' (Dti,, mete Jtmril ..•wi'acy -.-.••• . siSoaxusK 3iilllinc 3iasn asaS 1 3*uffi - JjiUlliui", maai asuil daasu. .... THUS!! wsSSer S*&oby had Just been added > tbe CcKsSy Savings Bank force. was one of the Algona high graduates who had finished In pseeeeiiing Jane. ', S. Norton and Mrs. LeRoy tad Tisited at Mt. Vernon for z iev days with Mrs. Norton's daugh- 'JK. F4"«. Elsie Glasier and the balance students at Cornell col- ?.i „ i. Mrs. G. A, Wfld of erase K> Algona for a ed, they •a-ere greasy iBs^rtsjafl r x>f iEUiira .SiUlliur,. mas* asus naasc. .m.^. ; :tfxae to Algona. for a. visit friendliness of Gersasar, Bvjtesr- !WIIur.T 'Ciagsniu. aiaiu aasfl naun ^•'J^Ksier, Mrs. H. A. Bates and ( , Spain, and HoIIartcL Every «iBr- : i2>yu« Huge, iiiii/ur -••- ~:tititts to this locality. Mr. W Nazarene Church. Sunday School at S:45 a. r.i, :*a8wr, >. itte, "Mary, the motSwsr o! Golden text, "But Mary kept ail .hings and pondered icart." 'Luke at eleven, text lave teen rebellious Tom the day that I fens** 1 you." ng service at 7:30 text, Acts Angeles had her other rela- Wild was on The new bank at Irvlngton had been wganized and the temporary head- I .%• !• qoartere had been opened up In the ' i; front of the hardware otore for about ; z. -areefc and the institution seemed to 35 i'.c, \. be starting out with bright prospects. 2*1 ,r. i The .bank was capitalized at $10,000 2.21 Trtth Ed. Johnson of Sexton as presi- 305.30 dfeiit and Frank Kohlhaas of Sherman is cashier. a VIRCIN DIAMOND Hum The thought of previous owners, of past associations, never enters to mar the possession of a VIRGIN DIAMOND. Its pedigree starts with you, and—as it passes from generatiqn to generation —its memory-laden his- tory is yours, and yours alone. In a variety of distinctive mountings of beautiful craftsmanship, in a wide range of prices standard the world over —VIRGIN DIAMONDS direct from the mines, can be secured only through Authorized Virgin Diamond Dealers F. W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. . U. S. Pat. Off. _ . . r» s"^ • V I "'*• Ui s> ""• un VIRGIN DIAMONDS ./ Seventy-Nine and 76-100 ($17,179.76) ment rendered in said court on the Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hun- 23rd day of September. 1930, to favor dred Forty-Three and 89-100 ($243.08) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described .real property as the property of the said William H. Merriam, Mettle Merriam and Charles J. Naumann, A. E. Brown, T. S. Basset and John S. Thompon to satisfy said execution, to-wit: Southeast Quarter (SEU) of Section Twenty-Four (24), in Township Ninety-five (05) North, of Range Twenty-Seven (27) west of the Fifth P. M. 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 25th day of October, 1930, at the east' door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of said day; when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 26th day of September, 1930. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By EVERETT L. HARRIS, Deputy, J. L. Bonar, Plaintiff's Attorney. Notice of Sheriffs' Sale. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a special execution directed to me from the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judg- of First Trust & Savings Bank of Peoria, as plaintiff, and against William J. Rotheram and Chas. J. Neumann as defendants for the sum of Thirty Two Thousand Two Hundred Thirty- Five and 15-100 ($32,235.15) Dollars and costs, taxed at Four Hundred Twelve and 15-100 ($412.14) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Wm. J. Rotheram and Chas. J. Naumann, John 8. Thompson, Ida Zilm, Rose Rotheram, Vernon J. Studer, Wilber Studer, Martha A. Naumann, George B. Breese and George G. Breese to satisfy said execution, to-wit: East Half (E%) of Section Twenty-Five (25), in Township Ninety-Five (95), North, of Range Twenty-Seven (27), west of the Fifth P. M. Kossuth county, Iowa. 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 25th day of October, 1930, at the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth county, at .the hour of ten o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 26th day of September, 1930. L. E. HOVEY, 'Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa.— By EVERETT L. HARRIS, Deputy. J. L, Bonar, Plaintiff's Attorney. Special Price on VERCOATS Tailored to your size. E, ICeriti,. «mJK*«rtssr --- :P<MtFBBd. Rev. P. A. Smiley was to be installed 2^5 pastor of the Presbyterian church on the evening of October 5, 1910. Visr mhiisters and the local pastors v/sre to conduct the services. Prayer •And expounded unto him the way nl H. W, P««, frt, and dray ..... 421 God more perfectly." Wednesday «.-/- :- C. Kennftritt Company, mdse. . . 27.00 . . ening at seven-thirty prayer an/i praU* \ Ktrseh.'* Laor^ry, labor .ervice. Welcome to our Metcalf, pastor. Presbyterian Church. Morning hours of study and worship, sermon theme, "The Color Line n Religion." An; you color blind? "ornr;, let's hce and to what extent. Evening hour from seven-thirty to iight-thlrty. This is to be young people's night at which time those attend,n({ tin; Yount! People's League Rally at Rolfe October 10 and 11 will make their report of attendance, and things accomplished. Let's all give the young people the glad hand, and help them boost.—J. L. Coleman, minister. Fire Fond. C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 a Fire Co., fire 30.00 Cnjlkahank home. Mrs.. Puller is an aunt of Mr. Cruik-'ihank. Four Corner Mothers and Daughter? club will rnett this week Thursday with Mrs. Mart Elmore. Roll call will be answered by "My Favorite American Song." About fifty-five residents of this community were entertained at the shelter house at the Call State Park on Friday evening. Hostesses were the Mesdames Lloyd Potter and Carl Seip. Lunch was served. FOUR CORNER NEWS| G8at)88^f$3&a^88ff8&$ftf;388Q § LUVERNE NEWS. .vw/w^^ The clubs belonging to the county 1 Mrs. Harry Von Draska .has been ill federation of Women's club will meet | with the flu the past week. on Tuesday. I The Ladies' Club met with Mrs. Sam The Larkin club met last week Prl-1 Steussy last Friday afternoon. The resignation of Prank Mann as postmaster at Burt, had been sent in to the federal authorities and Mr. Mann was preparing to farm his father's Portland township farm during the coming year as he had decided that le could save more money there than holding down a federal office at Burt. James Ollom, the tenant on the M. J. Mann place, had rented the J. Q. Jamison half section and planned to move onto the place in the spring, A "genuine case of store robbery," considered as quite a distinction enjoyed by the citizens of Burt was staged oetween the hours of midnight and daylight when robbers entered the Prank Dau general merchandise store on Tuesday a. m. and ransacked it from stem to stern. The robbers first secured tools from the blacksmith shop and bored holes around the lock until it could be cut out from the rear door.,» The safe was rifled for over $200 in i • cash and Just how much merchandise « was taken could not be determined i • until an invoice of the merchandise j • was made. There seemed to be no clue | ™ to the perpetrators of the deed, but it was known that there were a couple of strangers in town whom the train men routed from a box car the morn- $18.50-$22.50 for ten days only. You can't match them anywhere for $10.00 more. ELK CLEANERS Phone 330. We call for and Deliver. Service to your door and branches in 21 towns. N W.Iowa's Largest and Finest Cleaners Since 1909. VUWSAJWVVVVWtArV ••••••••••••••••••••••••••I IflB Bargains USED CARS ..LT ..LG Lee Olmstead .C Fransdal . .RG . .RT ..RE , .QB , .HH ..LH ..PB Edwards Thompson Bixby Gordonier .... Dillon . Farguson Bagan Subs were Algona Williams and Knudson; Esthervllle Elwood for Gordonier. Referee was Bailey of Emmetsburg. day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mart Elmore. Mrs. Hennan Lindeman of Dakota City spent last week Thursday and Friday at the Chester Robinson home. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Robinson of Spencer spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at the Chester Robinson home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lurhl Pessler and daughter spent Sunday afc the J. P. Nickerson home. Mrs. Fessler was formerly Irene Nickerson. Mrs. Puller of California visited a few days of last week at the Arthur Scott Hanna visited with his relatives in Waterloo one day last week. The LuVerne school will put on a carnival October 10 at the gymnasium. Mrs. Prances Eason entertained the bridge club at her home last Monday night. Forest Raney of Grlnnell spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Flora Raney. The Epworth League of the Methodist church served chicken supper to the public Saturday in the town hall. Mr. and Mrs. P. <3. Davis drove to ing before the robbery. Whether they were responsible for the deed or not was merely a matter of conjecture. Notice of Sheriffs' Sale, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, BS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a 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 September, 1930, in favor of First Trust & Savings Bank of Peoria as plaintiff, and against William H. Merriam, Mettle Merrlam and Charles J. Naumann as defendants, for the sum of Seventeen Thousand One Hundred 1930 6-cyl. Chev. coach. '29 6 cyl. Chev. coupe 1929 Pontiac coupe '26 Chevrolet coupe '27 Chevrolet sedan '25 4 cyl. Chev. sedan. Ford tudor Ford truck Hot Water and Air Heaters Parts and Accessories. OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa.

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