The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1931 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 21, 1931
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The tipper Des Moines -Republican, January 21, 1931 Kural Carriers Will be Here in February, The tenth district rural letter carriers' association will meet in Algona Monday, February 23, which will be a holiday, as the twenty-second, which is Washington's birthday, falls upon Sunday. The officers of the Kossuth county organization are Fred Oenrlch of Lone Rock, president; H. Altizer of Lakota, secretary. A number of the state officers are expected to be In attendance. The executive committee of the tenth district will meet at Humboldt this afternoon to arrange the program. FOUR CORNER NEWS. About twenty members of the Good Hope church singing school met at the Etna Mitchell home Friday evening. Mrs. Everett Witham Is very much improved since last week's writing, after being ill for some time with poison from a wound. The Four Corner Mother and Daughters club will meet this week 'Thursday with Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom. Roll call will be answered by "New Things to Eat." Mrs. Howard Lowman of Algona stayed at the Witham home the past week to care for Mrs. Witham and help with the house work. Mrs. Lowman is an aunt of Mrs. Witham. Nearly forty young people were entertained at the Albert Walker home last week Wednesday evening. Dancing furnished the entertainment for the evening the music being furnished "by a violin and accordion. A lunch was served late In the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Baker of St, <31oud, Minnesota, visited latter part of last week at the Archie Walker home. Mrs. Baker Is a sister of Mrs Archie Walker's mother, Mrs. Edith Hich. The former will visit among relatives In this community until the first of March. About thirty-five neighbors gathered at the John Gettman home last week Thursday evening for a farewell surprise party for the Gettman family who are moving to Burt. Five Tiundred furnished the entertainment for the evening. Mrs. Edith Rich and her son, Earl, are moving to this farm and will occupy It next year. Mrs. Edith' Rich, the John Sabln family, the Edward Riches, Louis Broesder, Orville Holdren, John Gettman family and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Baker of St. Cloud, Minnesota, spent Friday evening at the Archie Walker home. Five hundred furnished the entertainment for the evening. Miss Grace Walker returned home with the John Sabin family ahd stayed until Saturday evening. Mrs. John Sabln, Edward Rich, Mrs. John Gettman and Mrs. Archie Walker are children of Mrs. Edith Rich. Mrs. Phillip Baker is a sister of Mrs. Edith Rich. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, Rose and Herman were shoppers at Fort Dodge last Tuesday. Rev. E. C. Meyers of Milford visited at the Caflnolic parsonage here one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fourage attended the sale of Charles Marso near Brltt last Tuesdayt George Kockler of Swea City and Frank Kingfield of Rockford were callers at the George Thul home last Thursday. Edward Thllges and Prosper Frideres have sent out Invitations for a dance to be held at the K. of C. hall in Algona Tuesday night. Mr. and" Mrs. John Thul and two of then- nieces, Alma and Julian Kayser of Waseca, Minnesota, visited with relatives at Clarion last Monday. Mrs. George Thul visited at the P. L. Nelson home at Humboldt last Saturday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Nelson at one time lived on the place now occupied by the Thuls. Quite a number of people of this community attended a card party at Llvermore last Tuesday evening. It was sponsored by the Cahollc ladles of the Sacred Heart parish. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer entertained a group of their friends and relatives at an old time dance in their home Friday evening. Music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker were callers at Algona Friday. ---"Henry- Zelmet was a business caller at Algona Saturday afternoon. ''••' Miss Margaret Kellner, who has been quite ill, Is being cared for by Anna Kayser. Margaret and Andrew Erpeldlng •were shoppers at Fort Dodge one day last week. • • Mr. and Mrs. John. Berte and Clara Thul were shoppers at Humboldt last Wednesday. A PHILCO RADIO for the Family A gift that will please the whole family. Come in and listen. Let us demonstrate the Philcb in your home. STOP LISTEN SAVE Navy Beans, 16 ibs _..$1 Good Flour, sack _$1.35 Real Coffee, Ib. ___J29o The fact that your gift camle from our store will convey to the recipient more than on ordinary appreciation of its ; quality. Farmers General Store B. 0. Bjustrom Hobarton, Iowa. $®wmffm&8^^ LAKOTA NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. John Smith were Blue Earth visitors one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith were Port Dodge visitors last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Jansen has been quite 111 the past ten days suffering from the flu. Julia Liesveld and her nephew, LaVern Liesveld were Algona visitors last Tuesday evening. Arthur Abbas, while playing ball one day last week had the misfortune to fall and break one of his legs. Mrs'. J. H. Warburton returned home Saturday from Des Moines where she attended a farm bureau meeting. John, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman was confined to his bed all of flu. last week suffering with the Wade H. Ball left last week for Laredo, Missouri, where he will spend the next few weeks visiting with relatives. Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson were at Algona one day last week where Fenton "News Items Anniversary Party- Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Zwiefel were pleasantly surprised last Wednesday evening when about sixty relatives gathered at their home southeast of town. The occasion was their thir r tieth wedding anniversary- A six- thirty o'clock supper was served from the well filled baskets provided by the guests. A most enjoyable evening was spent after which a late lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Zwtefel were presented with many beautiful gifts. Guests attending were: Mrs. Rose Hefty of Renwlck; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Zwiefel and family of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Larson ajid son of Wal- llngford; Mr. and Mrs .Harry Wegner, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wegner, Mr. and Mrs. Garfleld Horswell and daughter, Esther, all of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod of Emmetsburg. Those from Fenton attending were: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss and son, Glenn, Mr and Mrs Glenn Zwiefel and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel, The William and C. C. Voight families, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmidt and son, and Marjorle Bailey. Fires In Fenton Vlclnitjy— Sparks from the chimney were thought to be the cause of a flre last week Tuesday afternoon on the old Lieb place near Lotts Creek now owned by August Krause, Sr. The house was burned to the ground. The furnishings were saved. The loss was covered by Insurance. One Wednesday evening the Truman Thompson house northwest of Fenton was burned to the ground. A few of the furnishings were saved. The flre was caused by a defective chimney. The loss was paKlaJly covered by Insurance. A good will shower was held by'the neighbors and friends Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Berkland. Four-H Club Met— The Fenton Forward girls' Four-H club met with Marjorle Bailey last week Saturday afternoon, with seventeen members attending. Roll call was answered with "Suitable Materials for Making Smocks." This was followed by a talk on the "Use of Smocks" by Alvlna Dreyer. A demonstration was given on Smoking by Alice Dreyer. The outline of the music memory contest for this year was given by Elsie Blackwenn. Club songs were sung and refreshments served. The next meeting will be hel(J at the home of Gladys Stoeber, February 14. Roll call will We "How to Remove Spots." M. E. Aid Society— The M. E. Aid society met Friday afternoon in the church parlor with an unusually large crowd in attendance. The meeting was opened with songs which were followed with prayer by Mrs. H. F. Weisbrod. Scripture read**" mgisAitv \JLI\^ vtcvjr itvoi/ vvwtrv Wilt AC < IVJLiO. XT., r» VVCIoUUJLti kJlfl 1^/UUl *^ A^tirvi*- they attended a meeting in regard to | ing by Mrs. Carrie Voight. Oommit- church work. Mayor H. D. Mussman is able toi up and about the house after being confined to his bed with rheumatism for several days. Clyde Thaves began work at the creamery last Thursday. The work Is not new to Clyde as he worked at the creamery last summer. Mrs. Delia M. Smith was down town Saturday for the first time since her illness which has kept her confined to her home since before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams are-rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl at their home last Wednesday night. This is their second child, both girls. The Ladies' Missionary society of the Presbyterian church put on a program last Sunday evening which was i tees were appointed and plans put in- quite well attended In spite of the stormy weather. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winter, Russell Winter and Mrs. Gertrude Bockelman were dinner guests Sunday at the John Liesveld home. Mrs. F. C. Krall, Miss Helen Davidson, Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald were visitors at Mason City Saturday where they visited at the home of Mrs. Worley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bailey. A large crowd attended the Henry 3eenken farm sale last Thursday. Mr. 3eenken has lived on this farm for 'orty-six years and will move to Titonka on March first, where he has jurchased a house and a small acreage. The young married people's class of ,he Presbyterian Sunday School were entertained at the home of Mr. and Urs. C. C. Freeark south of town last Friday evening. Officers were elected and after the business meeting, games were played and a lunch was served. The next meeting will be with. Mrs. Harvey Johnson. Loyal Gingerlch received word on Friday evening that his uncle, Ira Gingerich, who has been staying at the r. J. Rink home at Ledyard, had broken both of his legs when he was struck by a rock or stump while blasting. He was taken to the hospital at Algona. Mr. Gingerich has many friends here vho are sorry to hear of his accident. uary 27 at the M. E. church. Dr. Bond of Storm Lake has been secured to deliver an address that evening. Dr. Bond served in the ministry at both Lone Rock and Bancroft at one time. Five Hundred Party — Freeman Wdlfe in Mr. and Mrs. Chas. company with Lauriteen of Whittemore visited Sunday at the Carl Wolfe home in Lattimer. Frank Bailey and children, Donna Jean, Hadley rind John, Gordon Weisbrod and Mrs. Kate Newel were Hartley visitors Sunday at the LeRoy Newel home. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen and their children, Maryls and Perry and Miss Marietta Helgason of Ringsted were entertained at the H. H. Widdell home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Peterson of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. C H. Geronsin attended 'the funeral of Mrs. Peterson's and Mr. Geronsin's uncle at Forest City Saturday. W. H. Trafford of Belmond visited this week Monday at the Rev. Snyder home. Mi - . Trafford is a representative of the Hawkeye Manufacturing Company of Belmond. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, who spent the past week in Des Moines came as far as Fort Dodge on the bus, Saturday, where she was met by Mr. Weisbrod, who drove over after her. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers were entertained at a six o'clock dinner at the Oliver Stoeber home in Armstrong on Sunday evening In honoV of Mr. Stoeber's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey visited at the Goerge Robb home in Estherville Thursday and also at the Blr- ney hospital where Merrill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robb Is convalescing after a serious operation. Mr. and Mi's. L. B. Miller and family of Kanawha, the R. E. Rasmussen family, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller and Mr! and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and son, Sidney Bruce were entertained at a family reunion and dinner party on Sunday at the H. P. Rasmussgn home In Ringsted. Mrs. John Meyers' Sunday School class of girls entertained Mrs. J. T. Snyder's class of boys at the home of Donna Jean Bailey last Saturday evening. The boys' former teacher, Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf, was also a guest of the party. Games were played and refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and children, Warren and Phyllis. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger were Sunday dinner guests at the George Bellinger home. During the course of the afternoon Rev. Snyder performed a baptismal ceremony, baptising the baby, Lois Minnie. A five hundred party was held at the Walter Jentz home Friday evening in honor of George Jentz, who celebrated his birthday that day. The event was a surprise to Mr. Jentz. Five hundred was played at five tables. Refreshments were provided b^ the guests and were served after the games. Mrs. A. A. Bishop of Algona will be In Fenton Sunday evening, January 25, and will tell of her trip to the missionary convention at Burlington. This will be in place of the evening service at the M. E. church. Hostesses for the aid meeting were, Mesdames Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson, S. E. Straley, Axel Peterson and Arnold Alderson were entertained at a five hundred party at the Glenn Sharp home in Lone Rock Friday evening Mjts t Schwartz won the high score prize for the women and Mr. Schwartz the high score prize for the men. Mrs. Godfredson won the cut prize for the women and Mr. Godfredson the cut prize for the men. A delicious two course luncheon was served after the games. Stanley Munch 111— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod left last Tuesday for Decorah, being summoned there by the sudden illness of Stanley Munch, who is a student at Luthei College, at that place. Later it was learned that he was operated on for appendicitis Tuesday evening. He is convalescing rapidly. Mr. Weisbrod returned home Sunday while Mrs Weisbrod remained for a few days at the home of her niece, Mrs. Chas Schemmel at Calmar, which place is near Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Peterson of Belmond visited Tuesday at the Rev. J. T. Snyder home. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey and their daughter, Lavonne of Burt spent Sunday at the F. C. Bailey home. Miss Agnes Goetsch was hostess to two tables of bridge last Saturday evening at the R. C. Goetsch home. Raymond and Wilfred Stoeber and Theodore Krueger attended a plumbers' convention in Fort Dodge last week Thursday. Mrs. Nels Mitchell of near Algona spent the week end at the O. J. Stephenson home. Mr. Mitchell drove over after her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn of Seneca were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey. BASKET BALL ! Algona High Goldf ield High ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL GYM FRIDAY, JANUARY 23 7:45 p. m. Preliminary game 7:00, Goldfield is undefeated this season with a record of nine wins. They are out for Algona's scalp, but the locals will have something to say about it. Get out and root for the home team. Admission 25c and 50c, Weisbrod and G. B. Johnson, Mrs. George Boettcher and small son Donald, returned -home Sunday from Iowa City, where Don has been taking JaaalHlgnkJbc. .diabetes. Laura, who recently Underwent an operation for mastoid, will remain there for a couple of weeks for further treatment. Mrs. Wm. Boettcher who has been caring for the George Boetfcher home here, returned to Calmar Sunday. The farm women met last week at the home of Mrs. Ed. Weisbrod. The new home demonstration agent, Muriel Body, who comes here from Sac BARGAINS! The KOSvSt T TII COUNTY STATE HANK has taken into consideration Ilio fact thai many hanks, merchants and fanners are advertising the particular kind of goods they have for sale to the public. With this thought in mind we wish to call your attention to what this hank has to offer its customers. We have safety dopsit hoxes for rent in several sizes and prices. We pay interest on certificates of .Deposit. We pay interest on savings accounts. We buy and sell honds: (loveriunent. State and Municipal. We loan money on good security. We make farm loans for the Bankers Life Company. We look after property for non-residents, collect rents, pay taxes,. etc. We clerk farm sales. We give prompt service in every department. In fact we perform about every service connected with safe hank- ing, except taking care of the hahies while you shop. We Solicit Your Business. The Kossufh County State Bank THE PIONEER BANK. City, was present. A covered luncheon was served at noon. dish The subject of the meeting was "Personal Efficiency and Planned Leisure." The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Cotton at Lone Rock. The high school basket ball teams played Bancroft there last Tuesday evening. The girls' game resulted In a defeat for Fenton. The score was 18 to 12. The Fenton boys came out victorious with a score of 14 to 11. On Friday night they played Lone Rock at Lone Rock. The boys again won their game the score being 31 to 10 and the local girls' team lost their game 32 to 20. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Widdell entertained Mrs. Carrie Haase and children, Minnie, Pearl, Gale and William of Fairmont, the Herman Gaade family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Weisbrod, Mrs. Viola Mitchell and children last Saturday in honor of Mrs. Widdell's birthday. She received many beautiful gifts as a remembrance of the occasion. Refreshments were served during the evening. Mrs. Arthur Houck and son, LaVerne and Alvin Johnson, a friend of the lat- ,er, all from Hector, Minnesota, arrived here last Wednesday morning for a isit with Mrs. Houck's sister, Mrs. J. 3. Hartman and family. Thursday morning, Mrs. Houck in company with Jrs. Hartman and son, Everett left in Everett's car for a ten day trip in II- inois, including Chicago, Lombard, Harvard and Rockford. They will also 'isit Mrs. Houck's and Mrs. Hartman's ather at Dwight. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens of Irvington and Mrs. Medieth Burger and son, Frank, of Titonka were Sunday guests at the home of the ladles' mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Rev. C. H. Moore, the Sexton-Wesley pastor, is conducting revival meetings at Wesley every evening beginning on Tuesday evening which will last for two weeks. Neighboring pastors will help him with the services. The Sexton Ladies' Aid served the lunch at two sales last week, the Wadleigh, Wise & Snyder sale and the L. Kutschara sale. There was a large crowd attending the Kutschara sale. Everything brought good prices and the ladies were well patronized. Alvis Hill, who- formerly lived in Waynesville, Illinois, arrived here on Tuesday of last week to make his home with his sister, Mrs. Alfred Jensen of Algona. He spent Saturday afternoon with his sister, Mrs. Strother Wise east of town. Mr. Hill lost his wife Just before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond of Wesley spent over Sunday until Monday with her mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Hammond had the misfortune to have their house burn to the ground while they were away from home last Thursday night. Nothing was saved, the house falling in before they got home. living in a bunk house which they purchased from the McGuire grading crew at Algona and will live in it on their farm until spring. They have not yet decided on any plans for their new home. Carl Ostwald was sixty-five years old Monday. Sunday evening about thirty friends came to his home on the invitation of Mrs. Ostwald and gave him a rousing surprise. Cards were played until a late hour when a lunch was served. Monday evening the children of Mr. Ostwald and their families went to the home and gave their father another surprise. The evening was spent socially and a bountiful lunch was served at a late hour, G. K. Bowers, father of Bertha Bowers-Skow, died at'his home in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Tuesday of last week Funeral services took place on Friday. Mr. Bowers had been sick since last summer. He had visited in Whltte- more several times and made many friends here who regret his passing. Beside the widow there survive two daughters, Bertha Bowers-Skow of Emmeteburg, Mrs. Glen Rye of Milwaukee and son, Carl Bowers, who lives hi Texas. Bertha Bowers-Skow has been with her parents for several weeks. SEXTON NEWS. Harvey Steven helped his son, Lloyd law wood and shell corn Monday of his week. James Lloyd, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise, who was very ill ast week, is reported better at this ime. Strother Wise east of town shelled jorn Tuesday afternoon. George and ?,alph Yanser did the shelling with .heir machine. Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Wednesday of last week in Algona helping care for ler moJiher, Mrs. John Wermersen, who is very ill. A number of young people from Algona had a very enjoyable time at the entertainment at the Sexton hall Sat- irday evening of last week. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield has been very ill the past week with gland and throat trouble. The glands are all swollen and she can scarcely talk or hear. The Sexton community band will give a band concert Wednesday evening of this week at the Sexton hall. Admission will be fifteen and twenty- flve cents. WHITTEMOEE NEWS. wxesaei^^ The youngest daughter of Mrs. Wm Dau is sick this week. Harvey Elbert has been suffering with a serious attack of tonsilitis. Mary Alma O'Brien is very ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. James O'Brien. A baby girl was born the past week to Mv. and Mrs. Art Codey who live in Cylinder. The Catholic parish is making plans for a bazaar and supper on Tuesday, February 10th. Father P. P. Gearen and Father Fritzpatrick were visiting friends in town Monday. Mrs. Leo Swanson entertained at a dinner-bridge party at her home on Wednesday evening. Frank Gappa has not been feeling quite so well this week. Mr. Gappa is up part of the time. A baby girl was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. George Streit. There are two other children in the family. A baby boy was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kuecker. Mrs. Kuecker was formrely Miss Ida Seims. Kathryn Haag and Josephine Langerman spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Betty Langennan at Humboldt. Carrie and Dora Bierstedt left Sunday evening for Kansas City, where Miss Dora will take treatments for her health. George Frost was up from Fort Dodge Monday visiting with relatives. Mr. Frost is herdsman at the packing house in Fort Dodge. Gertrude Kenne, Gertrude Farrell and Roy Kenne were at Fort Dodge Wednesday whore Gertrude Kenne went to consult a skin specialist. Helen Dahlhauser and Lucinda Hanover are the two new students taking the Snow dressmaking course conducted by Mrs. Lena Krebsbach. Mrs. S. A. Savage, manager of the local telephone exchange went to Nevada and Des Moines Friday where she visited relatives for several days. Leola Gappa, the nine eyar old daughter of Mrs. Anna Haag-Gappa was operated on for mastoids at the Madelia, Minnesota, hospital last week. Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum and children and Irene Conners were at Emmetsburg Tuesday attending the ceremony of their cousin, Leo Berger, reading his first mass. William Rausch and Mrs. Kathryn Grippen were in Des Moines Monday attending & demonstration put on by the manufacturers of the Frederic permanent waving machine. The Sacred Heart basket ball boys of Fort Dodge beat Presentation academy boys 13 to 8 Friday evening on the local floor. Father C. P. Sweeney accompanied his ball team to Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. James Weir are now Lester Osborn spent the last part of last week helping his brother, Roy Osborn. Mrs. Charles Osborn Is having some dental work done in Fenton by Dr. Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn spent Thursday evening at the George Goetsch home. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon, January 29, at the August Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna and Miss Gladys Burkens were dinner guests Sunday at the James Wear home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osboni and sons weite dSnner guestte Sunday lat the Robert Carney home in Algona. Ralph, Linus, Vernon Jensen, and Mrs. Jennie Jensen spent Tuesday evening at the Wm. Osborn home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Osborn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey at Fenton. A number of friends pleasantly surprised Maurice Jensen on his birthday Saturday evening. A good time vas enjoyed by everyone present. The Forest Christensen family will wld a public sale January 20. They nove to Ringsted March first to the house, owned by Mrs. Christensen's ather, Albert Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborn, Mrs. Ray Osborn and sons, Mrs. Lawrence Saxon and son, Mrs. Wm. Osborn and on, Marion, were Swea City visitors and shoppers last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Verness of Hettinger, North Dakota, have been spending a couple of week with Mrs. Verness's sister, Rev and Mrs. S. O. Sande. Mrs. Verness has been taking treatment in Sioux Falls. They returned to the hospital last Friday. Mrs. R. L. Rossman served supper to the Fred Jensen family Monday night. The Jensen family moved that day to the McGregor farm four miles north of Seneca. The McGregor family moved to the farm recently occupied by the Roy Christensen family. Mr. and Mrs. aeorge Jensen and children of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. A. Nelson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mrs. Jennie Jensen and sons, Ralph, Linus and Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and children, and Mi', and Mrs. Lawrence Saxtori were Sunday evening supper guests at the J. H. Jensen home. Notice of Application. For Authority to Sell and Assign Certain Claim Against R. N. Brucr and Dora Brucr, of Bancroft, Iowa. In equity No. 12383. In the district court of Iowa, in and, for Kossuth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, defendant. To all persons interested in the receivership of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file In the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of L, A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the state of Iowa as receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell and assign to Lizzie Bruer of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a certain claim against R. N. Bruer and Dora Bruer of Three Thousand One Hundred Ninety-Three Dollars ($3193.00) ad- cording to the terms and conditions set out in said application to which you are referred for further particu- rs. You are further notified that the hearing on said application will be had at the court house in Algona, Iowa, on the 27th day of January, 1931, at two o'clock p. m., of said day at which ;!me you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an order should not be entered authorizing said sale and transfer. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Bank&ig of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa. By R. L. MILLER, Examiner in Charge. 33 &ty&!lXC^'tt'<iff8^'atott f_i <:• 9 | Notice of Annual Meeting SlOC The Algona Co-Operative Creamery holders and patrons annual meeting and dinner at 12:00 o'clock noon at Odd Fellows hall Saturday, January 151. You must have your reservation in for dinner by Friday, January 23. Two tickets allowed each patron. Signed: M P. CHRISTIANSEN, Secretary. VG^®®®®*^^

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