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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, April 8, 1931 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post visited Hurt relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Freeh were business visitors In Emmetsburg Saturday Mrs. W. A. White spent Saturday and Sunday In Perry visiting with relatives. Mrs. Harry Edwards and son spent last week at Swea City with the former's parents. Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Mrs. Prank Vera spent Friday In Mason City. Mrs. W. C. Laird and son spent last Week in Perry visiting relatives. Mr, Laird went after them Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Link and daughter, Lois, of Swea City were guests at the Dore Freeh home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorpe are the parents of a baby boy born Monday morning. They have, two other children. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer sHartshorn and daugjhter, Genevieve, sp'ant ' Sunday with Mr. Hartshorn's, family at Ledyard. '. Attorney H. W. Miller was an Easter guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller at Minnesota Lake. Elma Schroeder and Lydla Meyer •spent Sunday visiting In Algona. The girls like their positions in Spencer •very much. Helmer Helmers has bought the house north of the M. & St. P. railroad and will move Into it as soon as he does some repairing. E. W. Lusby returned the first of the week from Des Moines where he had spent a few days -'siting his daughter. Mrs. H. Pierce Wltmer. Mrs. N. R. Carlson of Omaha spent the week end In Algona visiting her motWer, 'Mrs. Anders Andersojn and her brother, H. A. Norman. Ruth Stokes who is a student at .the Mankato Commercial College, was a -week end visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mm G. D. Stokes. Ella Lewis was among the University of Iowa students who spent a few days of spring vacation at home. E!'a visited her mother, Mrs. H. A. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bryan and their children spent Sunday with friends In Rockwell City, their former home. Mr. Bryan is employed at the Elk Cleaners, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davenport of Emmetsburg were guests E'aster Sunday at the home of the former's brother, C. W. Davenport of the Furniture Shop. Beulah Hartshorn and Hilda Campbell, beauty operators for Mrs. Edythe Dailey, spent Sunday in Swea City visiting with the parents of Miss Hartshorn. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vinson and children and Mrs. Agnes Laldley spent Sunday at Estherville where they visited the Lawrence and Paul Laidley ; homes. Mrs. J. S. Auner and children drove •to Des Moines Thursday for a visit at ;the Dr. J. F. Auner home. Mr. Aun- •er went down Saturday and returned 'home . with. them, Sunday, i. '"• "•isjssaai'VjW*?* •*-»:( »-*.4t«[.vttf: Miss Thelma'HOTigan left -Monday for Minneapolis where she Is a private secretary is one of the Blake Scnools after about a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Horigan. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Koran and Mr and Mrs. C. F. Specht drove to Forest City Sunday and visited at the Harry Larson home. Mrs. Larson Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Specht. Miss Doris Long returned to Grinnell Monday after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Long Her mother, accompanied by Mrs. G S. Buchanan, took her as far as Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore were over from Mason City Sunday for a brief visit with relatives. The Moores have been living in Mason City for the past several months where Mr. Moore Is a salesman for a culinary supply house Otto Neuman, the well known Sexton merchant, was in Algona Tuesday and made a little call at this office Mr. Neuman has not been feeling in the best of health of late but expects to be himself again in a short time A. E. Clayton, well known Cresco township farmer, had the little finger of his right hand badly crushed last Thursday while he was screening oats The overhead screen fell and caught his finger between it and the wagon box. .Frances Zender came home Sunday from Wlnona, Minnesota, where she is a student at St. Theresa's College She was accompanied by a school friend, Miss Betty Macken of Mandan North Dakota. The girls have a week of vacation. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and daughter, Kathleen, spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines where they were guests of their son, Wallace, who is employed there. They attended the Easter services at the First Baptist church there. Mrs. Eva Delm spent Sunday and Monday at Bancroft where she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Deim. Holman Anderson, who had been helping out at the Modern Dry Cleaners during the rush before Easter took Mrs. Deim's place Monday. H. D. Clapsaddle has purchased a new Chevrolet from the Kohlhaas Bros, garage, which is to be used as a service truck for the Clapp's Master Service. The model is a coupe with a truck box at the rear. It has been painted with signs advertising the firm. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn was ill the first of the week and was unable to appear on he musical program at the Easter afternoon services at the Congregational church. Miss Jeannette Goeders substituted for her and did so very creditably. Miss Goeders has made an extensive study of music. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kresensky and ittle son of Mankato were week end _uests of the former's frother, A. E, Kresensky and his mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, They came Saturday and brought with them Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, who had spent the past month in Mankato with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright have moved into the Mrs. Mary Sorenson house on South Thorington street, for- nerly owned by Mrs: Maud Taylor and purchased a few years ago by Mrs. Sorenson. Mr. Wright recently moved Us,family here from Eagle Grove and s'(nby y engt«edl-ita-the'<lnsiwab,ce business. Don't Invest on "Tips" or "Hearsay" People often exercise less care in investing large suins of money than in making small purchases. Don't invest your money without careful investigation. Don't put too much reliance in strailg- ers. The Iowa State Bank will he glad to consult with you ahout investment problems, and get accurate information, concerning securities that are offered you. i There will he no obligation, and you will not be discouraged from buying any security we know to be safe. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA Very Often the number of people attending the services is greater than can be accommodated with any degree of comfort or convenience, in the private residence. In such cases, the use of our splendid service rooms Is particularly appreciated. Here a goodly number can be seated in comfort. MERRITT FUNERAL HOME *JHivqys JI Stiperior Seruiee 4O3 E.M9GREGOR Eeslol 'Central'HighSchool PHONE 11 DAY OR NIGHT -^-w*-.^- _^«#sW»M&Af':!.• Slni'.i^. 1 ii..'>v.v.il 1 .«'J.vwm«..'ii.™ii "^* Henry Blocker, a prominent Bancroft farmer was a visitors in Aigona Tuesdaj. William Mlxdorf, who was confined to the Kossuth hospital for five or six days, was discharged last Saturday. George Moulton, the well known Ledyard farmer, visited In Algona on Tuesday. Mrs. Bert Camflbell, who lives west of Algona, Is seriously ill at the Stebbins hospital with flu, pneumonia and complications. Miss Mary Kain spent Easter with her mother, Mrs. John Kain in Plum Creek. Miss Kain is a student nurse at Rochester, Minnesota. Tony Goeders received word Saturday that his sister, Mrs. Edward Gore, was seriously 111 at her home in Charles City. Her parents went over Saturday Esther Lamuth accompanied Mary Shields, who is also a teacher at Whittemore to her home at Fort Dodge last Friday evening, returning to Algona on Easter Sunday. Mrs. Henry Relmer and two children, Marybelle and Mildred, came home Friday from Laurens, where they had spent a few days with the former's mother, Mrs. Tom Smith. Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson of Cresco township is gradually recovering from the stroke which she suffered several months ago. She was able to be downstairs for the first tune Easter Sunday. Mildred DeGraw, who is a student at Iowa State Teachers' College, at Cedar Falls, spent the week end in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. , Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan drove to Waterloo today to attend the funeral of Miss Mildred Sullivan, who died Sunday. She was a daughter of Attorney and Mrs. J. T. Sullivan of Waterloo. ' Miss Opal Cronan returned Monday to Elmhurst, Illinois, after spending Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Opal teaches in the Elmhurst school and has been reelected for another year. Mark Simmons was down from Fairmont Sunday visiting relatives. Mark one of the salesmen for the Ford garage in Fairmont. Two of his brothers recently took over the management of the Klamp Auto Company in Algona. Mrs. Henry Du Plan of Chicago is a guest this week of her sister, Mrs. F. D. Williams. Mrs. Du Plan came on Friday morning and plans to return to her home Thursday. Mr. Du Plan came out Saturday night and spent Sunday here. Mrs. Williams is entertaining this afternoon for her sister. Frank Kohlhaas drove to Rochester, Minnesota, Friday and brought home his cousin, Henry Kohlhaas, who had ne up there for medical treatment. Henry was in the hospital there for treatment about six weeks ago and has to return every few weeks for further treatment. Frank Johnston and wife of Des Moines stopped in town today for a short visit with Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston. Frank is how at the head of the Globe Machinery sales department and has developed into one of the live young business men of Des Moines. Friends of Mrs. Matt Lamuth are pleased to know that there has been [jviite an improvement- in her health lately 'and' that she i is getting along nicely. Mrs. Lamuth has been suffering from" heart" troHbTe~T6r~sOBre"*ttmB? Ser son, Ralph who is manager of the Swift plant in Faribault, Minnesota, spent Easter Sunday here. Mrs. William H. Ryno and two sons, Robert and Richard of Fort Dodge, :ame last Wednesday and stayed until Saster at the home of Mrs. Ryno's par- :nts, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth on Diagonal street. Mr. Ryno drove up on Sunday accompanied by the Misses Esther and Irene Lamuth. The Rynos and Miss Irene returned Sunday ev- inlng. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bindewalt of Albert Lea, and the latter's father, August Will of New Rlchland, Minnesota, were guests Easter Sunday at the home of Mrs. O. Lorenz, as were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz. Mrs. Bindewalt a niece of Mrs. Lorenz. Monday Mrs. Lorenz went to Fort Dodge where he visited until Tuesday night with ler daughter, Mrs. Myron HOI. Alice Rist, accompanied by her room mate, Jean Anthony of Sioux City, pent their spring vacation with Alice's )arents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. The rirls are sophomores at the University )f Io\ya, where they are Gamma Phi 3eta sorority sisters. They attended Rockford College together in their reshman year. Many pepole here will remember Lee Aldrich and will be interested in read- ng his letter which was printed in Saturday's Des Moines Register in the column devoted to remarks about poli- ics from various readers of the paper. VTr. Aldrich has long been interested in jolitics and at one time ran for office, jut unfortunately was defeated, on the democratic ticket. His letter is headed, "No Pussyfooting Wanted." Ralph Lamuth adn Miss Eloise de ihene of Faribualt, Minnesota, spent Haster at the home of Ralph's parents, >lr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. Mrs. jamuth's mother, Mrs. L. F. Goozsy of Los Angeles came about a week ago o be near her daughter during her llness, but is staying at the home of ler brother, Peter Burt, north of Al- ;ona. Mrs. Lamuth is showing a marked improvement after an illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey gave a hree course dinner Thursday, April 2, n honor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3d. Killion, it being their fiftieth wnd- •ling anniversary. The room and table was very pretty in yellow and white. They have five children: Luke Killion and Mrs. Muckey of Algona; James Killion of Sioux City; Franlr Killion and Winifred (now Mrs. Walker) of Rock Island, Illinois, and also eight jrandchildren. GEO. L. MILLER BUILDING CONTRACTOR We Build Model Houses Estimates Furnished. Phone 753 610 South Dodge -St. Algona, Iowa, 43-tf Otto Falk of Titonka was an Algona visitor Tuesday. James Sheridan was dtvwn from Bnn~ croft on business yesterday. Attorney Dan Kelly of Emmetsburg was in Algona on legal business Tuesday. Henry Roba of Titonka was looking after business matters in Algona on Monday. Paul Hammill. jeweler In Borchardt's rug store, spent Sunday with his parents in Carroll. John Ford, one of Bancroft's leading farmers, transacted business In Algona Monday. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Taylor of Corwith at the Kossuth hospital April 5. Mrs. S. J. Backus spent several days this wek at Winnebago, Minnesota with a sister, Mrs. Berry, who has been ill Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blythe of Algona are the parents of a baby girl born at the Kossuth hospital April 1. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert and Marguerite Keneflck drove to Des Moines Tuesday where they spent the day. John Mangan spent Easter vacation with his mother, Mrs. J. W. Mangan. John is a student at Creighton University. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Skilling and Elizabeth Ann spent Sunday evening at the R. M. Llndhorst home east of Titonka. Theodore Jacobs of Mason City was calling on Algona friends Monday while on his way home from a visit with his folks at Bancroft. Miss Opal Cronan spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Miss Cronan teaches in Elmhurst, Illinois. Julius Winkel came home for Easter from Iowa State College at Ames and visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winkel. The "Comrades" class of the Baptist church was entertained at the Irving Urch home Monday evening. Dore Freeh was joint host. Leighton Misbach and William Titus flew their plane to Fairmont on Sunday and returned with Leighton's uncle, R. E. Misbach. Delia Frankl, a student at Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, spent Easter at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl. Mrs. Agnes M. Laldley left Monday for Northwood after spending a few days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Vinson and family. John Smith, one of Lakota's prominent farmers, was in the city yesterday having accompanied Mrs. Smith, who was drawn on the jury, to Algona. Jack Johnston, Jr., of Princeton. Minnesota, came down Sunday and Mr. Johston and children who hftve been visiting here returned home with him. Mrs. Leo Bellock was called to the bedside of her father at Marshall, Minnesota, a week ago Friday. He continues very low. Leo spent Sunday with them. Robert Harrington spent a few days of Easter vacation in Algona with his parents, Attorney and Mrs. T. P. Harrington. Robert is a student at the state university at Iowa City. Miss Jane Vincent spent a few days ^vJSaster^wlth^her, parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. J. VincentrMiss vfficent teaching In the Franklin Park high school just outside of Chicago, Attorney Maurice Mahon spent Saturday night and Sunday in Omaha visiting friends. Miss Julia Schill- moeller accompanied him as far as Odeboldt where she spent Easter. A number of Iowa students spent their spring vacation in Algona with their parents. Among them were Chas Akre, John Shirley, Carlisle Becker, Gertrude Keneflck and William Steele. Carl "Shorty" Dahl of Algona fell down the steps at the Call Theatre ast Saturday night and was taken to the Kcfisuth. hospital whjere it was found that he had broken an arm. County Recorder Mrs. Laura Paine and Mrs. George Free came home on Monday from Iowa City where they had been since Friday visiting their daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. George ?ree, Jr. An.i Murtagh has been spending ;he past few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Ann is teaching in Woodbine and this is the spring vacation in the schools at that place. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cullen and son, Terry of Oelwein were Algona visitors Sunday. They formerly lived in Whit- ;emore. Mr. Cullen is in charge of the port department in the Ford garage it Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence came -om Cedar Rnpids for an Easter visit with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. Mr. Lawrence went back VTonday but Mrs. Lawrence remained ;or a longer visit. Carol Squires of Rochester, Minneota, came Tuesdav for a short visit with her uncle, Dr. Walter Fraser. Miss Squires is a graduate nurse. She s a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Squires of near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gregson and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harvey and daughter, Barbara, motulred to Her, Moines a week ago Friday visiting relatives there nncl Marshalltown. The Greg- sons returned the first of last week. The Hnrveys will reside in Marshall';own. Mark Stanton spent a few days over Easter with his mother, Mrs. Josephine Stanton. Mark is a student at Creighton University in Omaha. Joe Sheppard, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. iheppard, was home from Creighton also. Joe made quite a record there as a freshman athlete this year. Marriage licenses were issued to John Newhaus of New Vienna, and Anna Bruning of St. Benedict; John Fuhr and Alvina Helgens, both of Fenton; Max Jackson of Glenwood and Edna DeLaslunutt of Pacific Junction; Wayne Dornberger df Miller, South Dakota, and Florence Wermersen of LuVerne. Sister Emanuel of the Mercy hospital at Mason City, accompanied by two other sisters and Miss Whalen, all three of whom are employed at the Mercy hospital, spent Monday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer in honor of the birthday of Mrs. H. Ahrens, the mother of Mrs. Sawyer and Sister Emanuel, who makes her home with the Sawyers. Sister Emanuel was formerly in the hospital at Cresco. John Tcrine of Fairmont was in Algona on business Saturday. John Fraser of Algona spent Sunday in Garner visiting friends. Tom Sharp, the Lone Rock merchant v;ns in Algona on business Monday. Banker Weinipr of Ledyard transacted business in Algona Thursday. Joseph Banwart of West Bend was a business visitor in Algona on Saturday. Miss Lolis Evans of Kanawha spent Monday with her girl friend, June Lattimer. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden of Burt were among the Algona shoppers on Friday. Attorney James W. Fay of Emmets burg was in Algona Monday on court matters. Joe Elvldge, the Lone Rock stock man, was a business visitor in Algona Monday. Postmaster Harold Phillips of Lu- Verne as a business visitor in Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stebbins spent last week visiting relatives and friends in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stebbins were visitors in Illinois from Thursday until Sunday. Charles Sampson and family, who spent the winter in California, arrived home Saturday. Perry Johnston of Des Moines visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston Sunday. Harriett Thurslan, who teaches at Woodbine, is a guest this week at the M. P. Haggard home. ' Charles Shilts and son of Tecumseh, Nebraska, are here visiting his brothers, Clarence and Frank. Miss June Lattlmer spent the week end in Kanawha with her girl friend, Lolls and Avonne Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wolfe who are now living on a farm near Titonka, wore Algona visitors Monday. Attorney and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman and daughter, spent Easter at Dolliver visiting Mr. Stillman's parents. Mrs. Leo Elbert and son, Jerry, and Miss Minnie Elbert of Whittcmore were visitor in Algona last Saturday. Ten of the local Masons went to Bancroft last week Monday night to help with the third degree work. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent were In Manchester over Sunday visiting the letter's mother and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. George Elvldge of Perry spent Easter with Mrs. Elvidge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. Alvin Huenhold was made a member of the Kiwanis club last Thursday. Mr. Huenhold Is connected with the Algona Greenhouses. Tom Maxwell and daughter, Mabel, of Dubuflue and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fox of Sac City were Sunday visitors at the Backus home. Dr. A. D. Adams drove to Woodbine Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J. E. Adams, who has been visiting here for the past two weeks. E. W- Larson spent from Thursday until SundayinM'nneapoUs visiting his parents. Mr. Larson is employed in the W. M. Bell grain office in Algona. Mrs. Roy Moulds and two children, Audrey and Helen, returned tha last of the week from Humboldt, where they ha<J.spent a, few days with rela- ttw '""'" •" - : —• ' Miss Janet Zerfass spent from Thursday until Monday visiting her father, P. P. Zerfass. Janet is attending the Sacred Heart school in Madison, Wisconsin. Milton Pringle of Lakota was an Algona visitor Monday. He was quite badly burned when a can of gasoline exploded last week, causing the death of his aged father. Miss Minnie Elbert, Mrs. Leo Elbert and Miss Esther Schumacher of Whittemore and Mrs. Leo Walters of Algona drove to Des Moines Monday on a shopping trip. Mr. anc! Mrs. Tony Goeders are the jroud parents of an eight and one- lalf pound boy born last Saturday morning. This makes the fourth child and they are all boys. Mi. and Mrs. Frank Green cnjoy- a visit from their daughters, Al- oerta of Omaha, Sadie of Waterloo, Charles Griffith of Dubuque and Leonard Olsen of Waterloo on Easter Sun- iay. Mrs. Fred Anderson is slowly improving from her injuries but it will so several weeks before she will bc- able to come home. She is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Irons at Chero- cee. E. J. Hough and A. Hutchison left for San Antonio, Texas, Monday even- ng. They are to check up on the late 3corge Galbraith property in that city. They did not know just when they would return to Algona. Attorney and Clyde Conner and laughter, Mary Darlene of Des Moines came last Friday for a few days' •isit with friends and relatives in Al- ;ona and St. Benedict. Mr. Connor i.s -in attorney for an insurance company ind is attending to some legal business n this vicinity. Miss Anna SteiiKsy left Sunday night "or McGregor where she will resume •caching after a week's vacation with icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Steu. 1 ;iv. "Miss Steussy enjoys her work at, McGregor and plans to return next •ar having been re-elected with a substantial increase in salary. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hurd of Winner, South Dakota, spent Monday visiting at the home of his brother-in-law, _ corgo Godfrey southeast of Alpona. They had been visiting at Graetlinper for three or four days before. Mr. Hurd is a farmer near Winner. They formerly lived at Sheldon, Iowa. Mrs. Ella Laird is back in Algona after visiting in DCS Moines since last November with her daughter, Mrs. Theodore Aulmun. She has nearly recovered from an attack of pneumonia suffered while in DCS Moines. Mrs. C. O. Blanchard is again staying with her at the Laird home on East Call street. Mrs. II. H. Dearclis and two daughters, Bernice and Esther, drove to Ames Saturday and spent Sunday with Julia Oearchs, their daughter and sister, who is a student at Iowa State College. They also visited Mrs. Dearclis' sister, Esther Rawson, who is employed in the registrar's office at the college. Julia is a freshman student. Her family found her in the hospital suffering with a boil in her nose, but she seemed to be recovering nicely when they came home. UNIVERSAL CREDIT COMPANY Announces the At low cost to Ford time buyers Our organization as authorized Ford dealers will be pleased to extend the UCC PLANS Another Ford Economy—Ask for leaflet Kent Motor Co. Algona, Iowa. ^xxxxxawxy^^ Helmuth Huenhold was a Humboldt visitor Sunday. Will Peters of Burt was down Saturday on business. Walter Smith was down from Burt on business Monday. Homer Lawson of Wesley was an Algona visitor Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy and Mrs. Rentz of Minneapolis were Easter visitors at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman in Algona. Mrs. Kennedy, who is a sister of Mrs. Sherman, in her younger days was one of Algona's popular girls as Maine Lantry, and later, Mrs. B. W. Haggard. Mrs. Rentz Is a cousin. Harold K. Bowen of Fort Dodge, was recently elected again as vice commander general of the Society of American Wars, as we] I as recorder of that society, David C. King of Algona, was elected historian, of the society. They both heinEr i Imow ate we pioneer resident of Irvington and Algona, David King. The historian is the son of Mr and Mrs Will King on the Hobarton road and Mr. Bowen is a son of Dr. and Mrs. Bowen of Fort Dodge. Bj&tCQUS; 5r theTI ! Algona Markets. lorn, yellow .44, white $ .45 Oats 22 Hogs 7.00 Eggs 12-.17 ffens, all weights 16 Leghorn Hens 13 as the property of the said C. T. Chubb and Charles E. Chubb as executors of estate of Coleman C. Rhubb, Helen Chubb, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter <SE'/1) of Section Eighteen (18) in Township Ninety-Nino (99) North, of Range Thirty (30) 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 7th day of May, 1931, at the east door of the court house in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at, the hour of ten o'clock a. m., of sail day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 6th day of April, 1D31. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. VETERINARIAN DR. L. W. FOX Office 220 West State Street. Office Phone 475-W; Res. 475-R. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. Notice Is hereby given by virtue of a special execution directed to me from tiie clerk of the district conn .;f Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 2nd day of April, 1931, in favor of Iowa Des VToines National Bank & Trust Company as plaintiff, and against O. T. Ohubb and Charles E. Chubb n.s executors of estate of Coleman C. Chubb, Helen Chubb as defendants, fnr the sum of Ten Thousand Foin 1 Huntf"cd Forty-Eight and 99-100 ($10,448.90) Dollars and costs, taxed at Ons Hundred Ten and 87-100 ($110.87> JDolhus and accruing costs, I have levied upon '•he following described real property 3-Day Excursion Chicago and North Western 1 Line April 17-18-19 Round Trip to Chicago | FROM ALGONA For going trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains leaving Friday, April 17, Saturday, April 18, and until 7:18 a. m. Sunday, April 19. For return trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains scheduled to reach Algona not later than midnight of Monday, April 20. Ciilldi-cn Half Fare No Baggage Checked For full particulars and tickets apply to Agent 1740 Chicago & North Western Eailway ^jmi?*^^? ; M?M^^ *«s?fitf iis-AivswS? :. : fsS;S^,"-n .«•?.• ~\rfsf: w?s><4iS5* :.>%l'wv^^<#R&:'fi--;v.. 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