Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1942 · Page 7
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KOSSJITH COUNTY APVANOE, AI/K)NA. -IQWA leby, of Ledyard, Dies at 64 LEOYARD FOR 27 YEARS SEXTON 811 an <! teidyar A Jan. "64, well Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hanson, Mrs. Jack Weiland, and Lyle and 1 Esther Fitch were visitors Thursday at Arnold Danielson's, Bristow. Mrs. Danielson was Edna Mae Fitch. | J. B. Snere, Charles City, had Engle- to resign as relief agent here; knowtl linnet who having been a* UdtaM V years, duty. 'oil called for army at the BufialotCinier hos- The Edw. Pergandes were vis- Wedhesday. Itr .ISngleby itors Saturday afternoon at the been in failing health for the Herman Wise home. .,„, several, mdnths r attd had Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick, W of (vi seriously; Sick;\1hiree Weeks. Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. McMur- ', Engleby, I^BS born June 9, ray, and Mr. and Mrs. McDon- tha t " ' at Slefteii, Nor- aid, Algona, were Sunday after„, IBl ', Where he'gte^IilpV Me came noon visitors at Mrs. Otto Neu. alcs mcnMs couhtry in. 1896 and first man's. IWa ys 4,ed at Jewell,' but' in 1905, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hanson and ideal to-,' his brother John, returned Esther Fitch were Sunday dinner its an.. Norway for the winter with , guests at John Koestler's, Burt. jj n ••parents. , • , i Marilyn Lowman celebrated , 8SlS «n July 17,1800, MT.'^Engleby her sixiji birthday Monday with ' n °lba't, married to Ida Zachoriason, r note) t . /e well, at Webster,City, and :ome yeart" they if armed near 11. In the spring t)f ,1914 came to a farm near Led- ofcinl which Mr. 'Ehgleby had ire Iitc^ht the year before, and there ncxu fanlily, still lives. / ne Lakota, was there. a birthday cake at school. Sne is in the first grade. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman are parents of a boy, born Saturday, named Craig Michael. Mrs. Zimmerman was formerly Lois Fitch. Dewey McCaully. East Moline, ill., with her daughters Margery and Peggie, and the son Robert were Saturday and Sunday guests at John Bahr's. Mrs. McCaully and Mrs. Bahr are sisters, and they hadn't seen each other before in eight years. The August Kirschbaums visited at Mrs. Kirschbaum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eiseman, at Britt, Sunday. Mrs. Kirschbaum's uncle, Ralph Eiseman, of South LOTTS GREEK The Alex, Donald, and Wilfred Radigs were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, Graettinger. The Gross infant son Michael Paul was baptized, and sponsors were Verona and Gerald Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Will Boettcher Sunday evening. German communion services will be held next Sunday at the Lutheran church. Four Corners The M. & D. club will meet with Mrs. Chris Jensen and entertained at 6:30 dinner Gladys 1 Eiseribarth next week (when?) the Martin Dreyers, of Thursday, and Mrs. Wille, Al- Burt, the Donald Radigs, Lone gona, will be speaker. Rock, the George Boltes, Fair-j Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeMuth, of ville, and Mr. ' " Schallin. The Richard Potratz family and Ella Braatz, all of Whittemore, spent Sunday afternoon at the Herbert and Alvin Potratz and Mrs. John; Milford, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robinson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller. Mrs. DeMuth and Mrs. homes. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Robinson are sisters. A shower was given Saturday at the Good Hope " community Mittag room for Marian Jackman. She is spent spent Saturday afternoon now Mrs. Wm. Knoll and they and Sunday at Hugo Mittag's, Truesdale, to get acquainted with the new H. F. Mittag granddaughters Janice, born last week Wednesday. Marie Dreyer, who had been employed at the Harold Gross home^ Graettinger, came home will farm in Union township. eid, Algona, who were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer won low score, and Mrs. J. L. Haverly received travel. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Meurer, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hauptly, and Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson staged a surprise house-warming pirty Saturday night on the Will Ward family, who lately moved to Ti- tonka. Delicious refreshments brought by the sell-invited guests were served following an evening of 500. They presented the Wards with a lovely gift. illHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIM FARM SALE As I have rented my farm I will hold a closing out sale of livestock and machinery at the ..= . ,.«,,„ io. UC u my tarm i wm noia a ciosmg oui sale ot livestock and machinery at the taim located one mile north and one and three-fourths miles west of Whittemore; 12 miles west and a half mile north of Algona on No. 18; 13 miles east of Emmetsburg on No. 18 MONDAY, FEB. 2nd = SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 12:30 LUNCH WAGON ^ON THE GROUNDS SOLDIERS IN TEXAS. Burt, Jan. 27—Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings have received word from their son Rodney, who re- [ cently enlisted, that he is now as stationed at Camp Wallace, Tex. WESLEY LOCAL NEWS THIS WEEK 5— HEAD OF HORSES — 5 «xM !™?Sii teai 2' mare ^S? 9e i din 9- 6 a"* 7 1". °W. yrs. old, wt. 1500; red roan gelding 9 yrs. old, wt. 1600. wi. 1500; bay team, mares, All good work hor«e«. 26— HEAD OF CATTLk— 26 '' cxu <rs EYisleSv survives also the entertained their evening 500 resort ^wCSaVe^ctKrFS!l card club Thursday evening. incss. w-tttv? Inmor. KinaW r ar W I High score prizes were won by 2ity; Inmor, fcingley, Carlos, " J g n score prizes were won py CarlvlP. all At Som*. Th^r* Albert Lickteig and Mrs. Elliot ycrs ln , Carlyle,' all at home. There £»*«« - ljl 9™ 1 B ?™ Mrs - «"«* . U1 1. -j- or an ,)ni>iM<-A n v n ,,r- : Waldschmidt and low score by ^d the},. .* r 5 n f* CI M 1 Pf en i Four 'r-ii:-t iw^u^i—!Jt ~~* n»^ AT .„ „, ''here, Andrew, -and' John, of *. clas s 42ii, Aridy,' Scarville,, and Jul" meauiBlue^Earth, are living. Elliot Waldschmidt and Mrs. Albert Lickteig. Evroul Loebig got lucky chair. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Buti troubles 'S VV hat; Engleby was an active bur \ Loebig will entertain the i, Elmore;' He had served "Py years on the local school also on the creamery salesmen ,d, of which he was long 1 them feident. '" > th f wediijp to y. p. Rally— n g s worsting people who accompan- Rev. andMrs.^Edw. Nuss to alo Center Sunday to attend an a Stybung people's rally at the tinned) tist *** church ' were Wilma •h, Marvella and Doretta on^ "Howard * 'Klinksiek, rt ) arid Gilbert V Beeriken, e,. Brand, VryAribwe Blome, neth and Melvin Busch, Er- Junkermeier. ; " mr ZUlskm Entertain— inday visitors at Arthur Ziel- , npr7 1VI _ S , np iS^^'Jfe "fW i rhe ei c Z iubTweek e Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig in Estherville, spent the weekend here with his family. Mrs. Wagner was ill over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. Torn McMahon, and Mr.--'and Mrs. J. M. Kunz drove to Des Moines Sunday, where Bleich and McMahon entered the state bowling tournament in the singles, doubles, and 6n a team. The Wesley folks were dinner guests at the home of Mr. Kunz's mother, Mrs. Ann Kunz. Donna* Mae Bleich was At the Will Hauptly home Sunday. Shirley Kouba was confined to her bed over the week-end with a severe case of measles. Craig had just recovered from a siege of'them. OFSe..Smloh"Lutheran £* °? Thursday evening ' Feb " ike,-the Alfred Zielske's, Mr. Mrs. 'Elmer'Zielske, Winne' :, the Alfred Zielskes, Mr. '-non Barslous, H! the John idles, and,,/George Hagge, [hter Alyce., , _, y C«l*bra*M Birthday— llyn t Zielske "entertained ay' in honor; of her birthAttending: 'Mitzie Lebons, Matzener, 'Maxine Nitz, ruary 5. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold an afternoon card party on Saturday afternoon, February 7, instead of January 31 as advertise_d last week. Mrs. George Ward is chairman. The patronage of the public is invited. The -American Legion. Auxiliary served a dinner in their hall Tuesday evening, and all proceeds were turned over to the Red Cross. Mrs. Edna Flom was chairman. Mr. and/Mrs. Charles Nelson entertained the newly organized bridge club Sunday evening. Other couples of the club are Victor Loebig, Herman Bodes, and Lon Goetz. Mrs. Loebig entertained ago Sunday Mrs. Frank Kouba returned home Friday evening from a three weeks visit with her sister, Miss Lillian Melvold, at Everett, Wash. She stopped at Cottonwood, Minn., to visit her parents. Velma Hanig cared for the household duties at the Kouba home. A group" of friends staged a farewell surprise party on the Godfrey Strieker family Friday evening, their first party. Mrs. evening. The evening was spent Bode will be hostess to the group , in dancing,-with music furnished .SE <TITLE3 HASH '. and'Mrs.- Warner movedxto'Francis Berhow's, Buffalo: Center. ? Other Ledyard Kews. • m.t IUT*^ w.« W D ~™ C !B 1C a week from Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John --Richter entertained neighbors and friends at seven tables of 500 Sunday evening. Henry Haverly won high score prize for men, and Pearl Smith for women. _ Carl Franzen won travel prize. Mrs. Richter served a delicious luncheon. Mr. Orville Smith was given a surprise birthday party Sunday eve_ning when 43 invited guests arrived to help him celebrate the occasion. Five hundred was the diversion of the evening, followed by a delicious luncheon. day, January 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Reese Martin at their home north of Wesley, was baptized Sunday in 'St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and named Irvin Edward. Beatrice and Aelred Hildren were sponsors. Mrs. Martin was formerly Mildred Hildman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman. They have two other children, Sharlene and Carol. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday night, February 2. Mrs. Alfred Erdman will be hostess. The second club dance will be held in the Kleinpeter hall Friday night, January 30, instead of Thursday night, the 29th. Mrs. Edw. Hildman and Mrs. George Ward entertained the members of their bridge club and their husbands Sunday evening at the Hildman home. Five hundred was the diversion of the evening with high score family being Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisch- MISERABLE AFTER EATING Maybe it's just acid indigestion. It often follows hurried or hearty eating. A'DTjA Tablets contain Bismuth and Carbonates to quickly relieve stomach distress from acid Indigestion. Get ADLA from your druggist today. LUSBY & GIOSSI, Druggists. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 546. Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there has 'been filed in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing 1 the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road 'District No. 046, which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows: Sub-Division NWW, 3 -5 by Gaylor Vitzthum, Lou Ricke, and Lawrence Youngwirth. Refreshments were served. The Strickers will soon move to a i swi£ NWI? farm near Clear Lake. ' Mr. and Mrs. Urban Neuroth | E1 ' ______ SWW 'NE14 ______ 3 NIE% SW% ____ •_. 3 NW% 9WiA _____ 3 SB14 SW% ______ 3, 3 3 N !> a. SW% SE%_ 3 S 31 a. SWi,4 SEy, 3 10 10 10 See. Twp. Rng. Acres Name of the Owner 94 29 40.00Casper J. Smith 94 2) 40.(iO Casper J. 'Smith and two children, Gilmore City, spent the week-end at her parental Geo. Hildman home. They also called at the Reese Martin home to make acquaintance of the baby boy. Mrs. George Kelch and her baby, Michael, came home Saturday afternoon from the hospital in Mason City where they had been several days for medical EW N(W% ______ 10 Wi/. NEi^ _ 10 S 30 a.' 94 29 40.00R. S. 94 29 40.COEquitable T-,ife Assur. Soc. 94 29 40.00]Dquitable Life Assur. Soc. 9-1 29 40.00Equitable Life Aasur. Soc. 94 29 4Q.OOEquitable Life Assur. Soc. 94 29 40.00E<jultablo Life Assur. Soc. 94 29 9.00Equitable Life Assur. Soc. 94 29 31.00 Thomas and Katie Cnilton... 94 29 40.00 Joseph Dietrich 94 29 40.00joseph Dietrich 94 29 40.00Jullus P. and Mary Capeslus. 94 29 40.00julius P. and Mary Capesiue. 91 29 40.00C. V. Barker N 10 a. .10 94 29 SO.OOHarold Smith A.ssm't 3.3S 3.49 3.49 4.83 4.S3 5.CG 5.C6. 4.83 1.22 4.09 4.S3 2.6T 4.96 2.74 3.09 3.31 ews. r enzel ac- •chroeder, ines Sun- roeder' at ^ sner and lay from y had vis r •ns home, 1 Monday it Seneca, the par- rs. A. E. d a son Supt. H. nds Wal- Ity, spent |drs. Mar- rmed Aid Herman ursday. he week- Granada, GLE nee Mau- pree at a HJs week McGreg- Vtesdames Isaacson, Peterson, Preston, ner, and •othy An- Preston, and Mrs. rs. James 4rs. Emil ons, and Molinder, uests . at lonor of 5ht home ippendec- pital, Al:s, visited r at Mrs. Kuchyn- 4 Jenson uests Mr. the Virgil de -Fau- pastor at ch, Swea CT Peter- rs. Frank Peterson, attended for Mrs. Fairnjpnl Ray Erdman, son of Mr. and treatment for the baby. Laurel Mrs. Matt Erdman, and Carl Kelch is at the home of her ma- Leonard, brother of Krs. Lou ternal grandparents, the Alfred Wingert, left Algona Sunday for Studers. Des Moines for induction into Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch are the U. S. army. moving this week to his parental Benny Wagner, who is em- George Kelch Sr. home near ployed in the naval recruiting of- Kanawha. They will live in a fice in Mason City, spent the tenant house and farm just east week-end here at his parental, of town, where the Kelch family Al Wagner home. Al Wagner, have lived the last two years, who is employed in a drug store The baby boy, born Wednes- NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT 'FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 537. Notice is hereby given to all persons whoae names appear In the within schedule that there has been filed in the office 'of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special .assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary 'Road District . No. 637, which schedule of proposed assessment la as follows: Su'b-IDivision ' Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres Name of the Owner Assm't N1E5W NEW 15 96 28 40.00 John and Leo J. Miller $ 4.37 NW%i NEW. 15 96 28 40.00john and Leo J. Miller 6.31 SWV INEW 15 96 28 40.00jolm and Leo J. Miller 5.68 SEW INEi? 16 96 28 40.00john and Leo J. Miller 4.37 NEW. SEW 15 90 28 40.00john and Leo J. Miller 2.62 NWW. SIBW. 15 96 28 40.00john and Leo J. Miller 3.78 Northwestern Mutual Life NEW NWM. 15 96 28 40.00 Insurance Co. '.. 6.53 Northwestern Mutual Ufe NiW^i NIWW. 15 96 28 40.00 Insurance Co. 4.42 Northwestern Mutual Life SWy NWW. 16 96 28 40.00 Insurance Co. ' 2.98 Northwestern Mutual 'Life SEW NIWW 15 96 28 40.00 Insurance Co. 4.41 Northwestern Mutual j [Life NEW i9WW 16 96 28 4000 Insurance Co • • 3.78 Northwestern Mutual Life NWW. QWW. 15 96 28 40.00 Insurance Co. '. 2.56 You and each of you whose names appear in the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the (Board of Supervisors at their office in Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of February, 1942, at two o'clock p, m. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid in full without interest If paid within twenty days from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 26th day of January, 1912. . E. ' S. KlNSB'y, 20-21 County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD .DISTRICT NO. 563. > Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names -appear In. the within schedule that there has been filed In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No. 663, which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows: Sub-JDIvlsion Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres Name of the Owneii Assm't NiWW "MEW 33 95 28 '40.00john Frankl t 4.70 SWW. NIEW 35 95 28 40.00John Frankl ' <-62 NEW NEW, 35 95 28 40.MDana IE. Thomas •, 6.20 SEW NEW ' 35 95 28 40.00 Dana E, Thomas ^ .r 6.64 NEW. SEW 35 95 28 40.00Dana E. Thomas ___, 6.64 NWW SEW 35 95 28 40.00Dana E. Thomas 1 4.52 aW>4 'SE%< 85 95 28 40,OODana E. Thomas 4.70 SEW* SEW 35 96 28 40X10 Dana E. Thomas 6.37 NBy. NTWW 36 95 28 40.00 Dan a E. Thomas 4.70 NW% NW% 36 95 28 -M.OODana B. Thomas : 6.37 SWW. NWW 36 95 28 40,OODana '.E. Thomas _._i_ 6.61 SEW NIW'W • 36 96 28 40.00Dana E. Thomas 4-68 NEW 1 SWW. 36 95 29 40.WDana E. Thomas ; <.62 NWU. QWW T 36 95 28 40.00Dana E. Thomas ... 6.64 i SWlT 'BWi? 36 95 28 40.00Dana E. Thomas . 6.73 SEi4 SWW/ 36 80 23 40.00Dana E. Thomas 1.23 You and each of you whose names appear In the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will com,e on for hearing before the, Board of Supervisors at their office In Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of February, 1912, at two o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be Increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report' on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid in full without interest if paid within twenty day« from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 2£th day of January, 1942. v i B. S. KIN6EY. " • ' • . 30-21 County Auditor. _—10 94 29 lO.OOThomas and Katie Chilton __ 1.24 You and each of you whose names appear In the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the 'Board of Supervisors at their office in Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of February. 1912, at two o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may bo increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively .-waived. All assessments may be paid in full without Interest if paid within twenty days from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 26th day of January, 1942. 20-21 E. S. KTNSE1T, County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 552. Notice is hereby g|ven to alKpersons whose names appear in the within schedule that there has been filed in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing 1 the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary iRoad (District No. 562, which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows: Sub-Division SWW 10 ewy. sw% ______ no SEW iSW^i ex. 67alO SWU 'SEU. ______ 10 SEW SEW _______ 10 NIE% SWW ______ 10 NE14 SEJ£ ______ 10 NWU SEW 10 NEW NWW 15 NWW NIWW 15 SWW N'WW ___ 15 SEW NiWw _____ 15 NIWW, NEW _____ IB SWW. NEW. _____ 16 NEW NEW 15 SEW. NEW, " 15 Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres Name of the Owner Assm't 94 30 40.00Theresa May Anderegg $ 14.02 94 30 40.00 Theresa May Anderegg 1S.97 94 30 39.33jHenry Harms _ :-__ 19.13 94 30 40.00Adam Berte 19.47 94 30 40.00Adam IBOrte 18.97 94 30 40.00Katherine Harms 13.4S 94 30 40.00 Katherlne Harms 14:02 94 30 40.00Katherlne Harms 13.48 94 30 40.00Fred Hanselman . _ 19.47 94 30 40.00Pred Hanselman 1S.97 94 30 40.00Fred Hanselman 14.02 94 30 40.00>Fred Hanselman ..' 33.48 94 30 40.00Albert Keller 15.57 94 30 40.00Albert Keller I 11.28 94 30 40.00Wm. and Mary Buenger _ 35.17 94 30 40.0QWm. and Mary Buenser 11.02 You and each of you whose names appear in the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the (Board of Supervisors at their office In Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of February, 1942, at two o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of said day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid In full without interest if paid within twenty days from date the assessment is confirmed. 'Dated at Aleona, Iowa, this 26th day of January, 1942. B. IS. KttNSE/Y, 20-21 County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 553. N Notice is hereby, given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there has -been filed lit the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all- Parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No. 553, which schedule of proposed assessment Is as follows: Sub-Division Sec. Twp. Rng. Acres Name of the Owner Assm't 'E% SWM. _ 7 NWW SWW ... 7 SW% SW% 7 SEW SWW. 7 KWV SB% I 7 8WJ4 SB% 7 NEW SBi^. 7 SEW, SEW, 7 NEW. NEW 18 NEW. IS NEW. 18 _1S 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 &W£ NEW SEW. NEW/ Lots 1 and 2 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 94 '30 94 30 94 30 94 30 91 30 94 94 30 30 94 30 40.00john E. Xiudwie $ 9.51 42.04 John, E. Ludwig _ . , 10.41 42.07john E, Ludwig _ ' 14.12 40.00 John E.>Ludwig 13.74 40.00Louis Krug et al 9.51 40.00lx>uls Krug et" al 13.74 iO.OOPaul P. Banwart 9.90 40.00 Paul P. iBanwart 12.69 40.00pa.ul P. Banwart 12.33 40.00p a ul P. Banwart _ M.10 40.00paul P. Banwart 9.61 40.00p au i p. Banwart 9.90. J8.14.LouIs Krug et al 24.78 lO.OOHerman Harms __!._ 3.62 2.75 Herman Hamis 94 91 30 30 91 30 91 30 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 30 30 30 30 30 30 <-50j. Q. Thome . 2.WElfred Schafer 7.74 Louis Krug et al 5.59 Louisa Boyle and Delia DFalb. 6-38Anna Benninger 3.42P. O. Dorweiler 4.12M./P. Nessen 4.13p. or Dorweiler 4.50p. O. Dorweller 12.<Hp. O. Dorweiler • 10.00H: E. Perkins .97 1.59 .70 1.96 Lots 1 and 2 of lot 28 NWW, 18 Lot 31 NWW, 18 Lots 1 and 2 and N>% of 3 NTWy. 18 i lot 3 and all of 4, 5, 6, 7 NWW. IS Lota 8 and9WW W.18 Lota 10, J 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 NW% 18 Lots 17, 18, 19 and 20 NWW. _ 18 Lots 21, ZZ and 23, , NW14_ 18 Lot 24 NWW' ._ 18 Lot 26 NWW. _18 Lot 26 NWW. .IS Lot 27 NWW. 18 Lot 30 'NWW, 18 Lot 28 NWW, 18 You and each of you whose names appear in the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on fop hearing before the (Board of Supervisors at their office In Algona, Iowa, on the 24Ul day of February, 1M2, at two o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be Increased or may be adopted -without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of eaid day the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid' in full without Interest If paid -within twenty days from date the assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 26th day of JaBuary,*4M8. B. & K!IN3BT, * 20-21 County Auditor. Jw« two i £° W ,?Y 7 mi }Wn9^o^ 2 fresh since Jurte, 4 fresh since December, 1 fresh , 2 will be fresh by sale day or soon after; one Hereford herd bull; 3 white face Om«i^ H T rf ^^^ IW ^^- Heie£ord K 11 6 mos " old; 4 HerefC heifers to 10 mos. old; 2 steers; 5 white face calves two weeks tJ> two months old. 25—HEAD OF HOGS—25 Spotted Poland China brood sows, due ii U; 20 FARM MACHINERY ss disc; mlMtor m ^ F RACT ° R , m new conation 3 yrs. o d; 229 McCormick Deering tractor cultivator, with shovels; complete set of tractor sweeps, neV this year; Little GeniusMcCor^ tmck peering 2-bottom 16-in. tractor plow; Highspeed moldboard, used three years? 2M McCormick-Deering 2-row mounted corn picker, one year oldj has only picked 150 acres, will fit either old or new style Farmalls, in perfect shape; set of r«far wheel Scrapers for F^O. 1 S£ t i, r ? C i CO !i m J? k 9 I ai - n 1 ? inder '' 4 ' 8 1 C - drag ' 24 - ft 'l harrow cart -' 10 - ft - Joh« Deere . Rock Island disc; 3 single-row McCormickDeerin^ cultivators; 14-in. John Deere • I ? C S 0rn ? lc k i D 66 ' 1 ^ corn planter; Hayes corn blanter; Peoria endgate seeder; 6- S T™3 y m u W n r; PS*,. 11 * 7 - Blacker; hayfbuck rake; manure spreader; Mc-Deering hand corn sheller; McCorrmck-Deerimj cream separator; 40-ft. Sandwich grain elevator, complete with hoist and horse power; bell iransmisslon and belt. 1928 Chevrolet car equipped with pulley to do belt wirk; seed corn grader; hayrack and wagon; 2 wagons complete with boxes; 45-bushel hog feeder; 2 portable hog houses 9x18^ movable hog house 9x12, complete' with floors, and wof windows^ building 10x16- buildbig 6x8; 3 complete sets of good harness; 2 sets old harness; 10 good horse collars 2i to 24 in • 2 road drags: 6-volt Paris Dunne windcharger, complete with ammeter and 75 feet of low resistance wire; Briggs and Stratton engine; 2 shoveling boards; cooling lank; 2 hog crates. 18-ft. ladder; 14-ft. log chain; sprayer; sickle grinder; shovels, forks, slings, gas barrels, S£. !£;£!£ H* 9 * c ? rn , fodde '' < ? tacl j of alfalfa hay; stack of Prairie hay LOOO bu of oats; Shepherd dog, true heeler and fine farm watch dog cries T' " 9 °° d ^^^ i ° IM hSeh ° ld {Umi ^' »* ° ther ***' N ° Mike Higgins = COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers. FARMERS S:TATE BANK (Whillemore) Clerk S uaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Auction! Auction! A choice Southern Kossuth County farm will lie offered for sale to the highest bidder. Sale to be held in the City Hall at Lu Verne, Iowa, stort- ing promptly at 11 a. m. This farm is described as the north y z of Sec. located on County trunk road (N), 1}| miles L» Verne, with its four fine churches; both Approximately 280 acres of level to gently ro producing laud under cultivation; balance, fir ture. Webster and Clarion loam predominati Abundance of good water, electric lights, fenced and cross-fenced, 7- room, house, ample outbuildings, all in fair condition. good first 80, Lu Verne Twp., and qorth of the live town of high and grade schools. ling, well-drained, high- bottom blue grass pas- $1.00 per. acre will be paid any licensed real buyer who actually purchases farm; providing register with clerk prior to the opening of sal? estate agent producing a ~ that agent and buyer TERMS of SALE i. ia ,Xer»r,"r. dBay b^± i **••*•)•»•»•«»*"•*•> POSSESSION MARCH i, 1942 ntei-flste hue rn.dA it « a « acc o,». t~ to d i spoge Qf tWg fftrnu or to write or call the ARRY'S Other interests has made it necessary' for me Ton are invited to come and inspect the. farm, owner at La Verne, Iowa, at any time. OLWELL & DE VBIES, .Auctioneer*,

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