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Hie Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 2, 1938 North East Kossuth News RECENT LAKOTA BRIDE HONORED Lakota: Relatives of Mrs. Chw. Gutknecht, nee Oertude Wortman, entertained at a post nuptial shower In h«r honor Thursday evening. About 80 Were present and enjoyed the evening visiting. Mrs. Out- kttecht received many lovely gifts. Larry Stafford, Galena, 111', spent last week visiting at the Jerry Heet- lands. Betty Edwards Is carrying her arm In a sling since she suffered a bad sprain. Mrs. Jasper Schmidt underwent a major operation at the Buffalo Center hospital last week and Is recovering nicely. Mrs. Dave Frlets, near Gerled underwent an appendicitis operation at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Monday and Is recovering. Mrs. Ray Smith and son, Conley, drove to Aurella last week, taking her mother, Mrs. Dawson and a sister, Mrs. Chase from Nebraska to her mother's home after their visit here. Mrs. firman Hanson and two sons spent last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bobo near Alpha, Minn. The oldest son, Blllie. IB spending the summer with relatives at Emmetsburg. Threshing begait In this vicinity last week and of the grain threshed to date the quality runs from 25 to 30 pounds per bushel with about 30 to 36 bushels per acre. The heavy rains, winds and hall cut the yield considerably. A. D. Austin, who operates tho Thompson lumber yards, Is build- Ing a new 5-room bungalow on the lot just east of the Ralph Clark home and expects to occupy It about Septl 1. Felix Halverson, of Thompson, Is the contractor. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen. Orvllle Koppen, Leila Hanson, Kath- erlne Becker and Mrs. A. Q. Smith drove to Okobojl last week Sunday, where they attended a Bible conference for the morning and afternoon service and enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Roy Farrington home at Montgomery which Is about three miles from the camp grounds. They report a very Inspirational meeting. Mrs. Farrington and Mrs. Koppen are sisters. MRS. BOFITCHER IS NEW PRESIDENT FENTON AUXILIARY Fenton: The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday, July 28, with Mrs. Hans Bago. Mrs. O. H. Graham of Burt, county Auxiliary president was present and installed tho officers for the year 1938-39. Because Mm. Padgett has moved to A/ffona, Mti. George Boettcher was Installed'ms president Other offic- «r» are Mrs. Lena Stoeber, vice president; Mn. W. R. Wolfe, secretary-treasurer: Mrs. Mary Warner, chaplain; Mrs. Earl Dean, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Hans Baago. historian; Mrs. John Kramer, publicity chairman. Members of executive board are Mrs. Henry Thees- fleld, Mrs. John Newel and, Mrs. E. C. Fauerby. The W. F. M. S. will meet Thursday afternoon, August 4, in the church basement. Axel Peterson, who spent a few days at the LeRoy Newel home. Hartley, drove home a new Ford V-8. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and children and Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann were Algona visitors on Wednesday. Mrs. Mike Mergen, Mrs. Harold McDonald and Helen Hielev of Whlttemore spent Thursday after- tooon with their sister, Mrs. Mike Besch. . The Fairvllle Walther League held a social meeting at the church grounds Thursday evening. Games were played and a lunch served by the hostess, Virginia Hengel. Lillian Baago and her twin sister, Flynm of Ledyard Back from Chicago Ledyard ? Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and son, Lawrence returned Thursday evening from a ten day trip to Chicago and vicinity. While In Chicago they visited Willis Dyer who Is employed In the Northwestern Railroad terminal. They also attended several big ball games. On their way home they called on Edward Lloyd, who is in the Children's hospital In Iowa City. Submits to Appendectomy Mrs. D. O. Frlets was operated on for appendicitis last Tuesday in the Buffalo Center hospital. Visits Sister Mrs. Lars Skaar and son, Sidney, visited at the Sam Link home in Swea City Thursday. The ladles are sisters. Forest City People Visit Mrs. Clifford Juhl and son, Roger of Forest City, Mrs. Otto Richter and sons of Elmore were dinner guests at the Clifton Engelby home Wednesday. Mrs. H. D. Mayne was an Elmore caller-Thursday. Mrs. Jasper Smith is In the Buffalo Center hospital for treatment. The second carnival of the season Is in progress at Ledyard on main street Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane were Algoua callers on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Swenson of Pilot Grove visited last Sunday at the Richard Zielske home. Clifton Engelbys visited at the C. D. Montgomery home In Forest City last Sunday evening. Andrew Rierson of Des Moines spent last Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Olaf Engelby. Rev. and Mrs. A. Boese and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark of Lakota visited at'the Max Nltz home on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and son, Clifford of Eagle Grove came Thursday to visit several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harriett Matzener. Andersons of Hebron Vtoit Algona Monday Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Esther and Leonard autoed to Algona on some business last Monday forenoon. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Hunter, a son last Thursday, July 21st. Mrs. Ole Hauskin and Mrs. Oscar Frandle spent last Thursday with Mrs. C. O. Legried at Rake. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson, July 17th a little daughter. She Is their second child. Clara and Mabel Osland assisted Mrs. John Osland In cooking for threshers a couple • of days last week. Mrs. Hannah Legried and Mrs. Orville Legried and children spent last Thursday wtth Mrs. Beatrice Osland. SUSIE— by Edith Swans. >n Exclusively ench week in The Aigonn Upper Des Mofncs OH-COOK AT THAT GUTTER fvf -\ VulSH \ COUU.O CfVTtH IT / -I KNOW- | U STAND PERFECTLY STILL AND IT cers I'tL GBAB IT. sran >mu> LID TO nn Ton stn HOTORCTT3 BATTKOS Of TOTm CHIU*1» TO «w KOTO*, rorra *n*><a. s«o HOftTH lICItIO*lf AVEKTTI, CHIC100. TO BE lU-flSTIMTTO. rOH UCB FHI9W MTTHO »ccirrn> 11.00 «ru. m riro. '\J T HAT OLD HAVE READ /. ipy. >.\ MV ^'llNt>^• 7 v i. * ' ' V'\ Has Health Check Up Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wlemer went to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday. Mr. Wlemer has not been in the best of health and went back for a checkup. W. E. Wlemer drove them up and returned the same day. I.eona Baago, both of Mason City, came home Saturday evening to spend the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago. Lillian attends a business college and Leona Is taking a course in beauty culture. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively and Mr. Llvely's father, Sam Lively, all of Palestine, Texas, arrived in Fenton, Wednesday evening for a week's visit with Mrs. Lively's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. John Newel, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel. Annabel Anderson and Igeborg Larsen, both of Scarville and Virginia Frank of this place were entertained last Saturday at the home of Ardis Volgt. Misses Anderson, Frank and Voigt were classmates at the lowm 8UU Tcachcn College. Cedar Falls, and Mis* Larsen I* a telephone operator at Scarville.. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Temp lln and daughter, Joan of Morris, Minn., visited last week Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Templin's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Schulte. Mrs. George Formals, mother of Mrs. Tempi In and Mrs. Schulte, who spent two weeks with the Schultes accompanied the Templlns to her home at Gaylord, Minn. Mrs. Glen Clark Honored at Shower Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Glen Clark, the former Miss Marjorle Barger, was honored at a household linen shower at the Baptist Guild hall in Swea City Wednesday evening. A program of games and two solos by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Harry Chambers of Dubuque were enjoyed by 40 guests. Mrs. Clark received many lovely gifts. A lunch was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Ervin Link, Harold DiUworth, E. I. Hammond, Fred Peterson, Chas. Kesler, Mervin Kelly and Miss Florence Alberts. NEPTUNITE o o l/a WILL GUARD YOUR FLOORS • Only *ge*i floor vtroitb cso «urviv« ih« bump* tod bntiuti of moving furniture. And only a good floor vuoish can with- Maod the [runithr"*"' to often infliff«4 by romping children. But don't worry about (cuffed, OMrrad floor*. You can «*aily prouct th«m with Low* Quick- FLOOK VARNISH. TUt Mutdy T»r»i*l> is not afraid of hard.knocks. It't so tough thai moisture, heat and pressure, will not mar it. Nor will it turn white. It won't even scratch while! And NEPTUNITE FLOOR VARNISH i» dry sod ready to walk on in six or eight hour*. Come in and get * copy of Lowe Brothers new il- lutuaod book. "Practical Hiott o» P*int- iojK ao4 Pgcoritiiigr" FROM F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Aloona. Iowa TEN YEARS AGO The committee appointed by the Algona Community Club, after making a thorough survey, had leased the eighty acres of land which had been in meadow, just west of the Chester Schoby farm northwest of the city. The field was about two miles west of town. About 45 acres were being made ready for a landing field by Hagg Post of the American Legion, who were to operate the field. The roof of the Swift & Company plant wa« being marked, showing the direction and distance to the landing field so that visiting airplanes passing the city could stop if necessary. • • • Eight hundred and seventy-six citizens and qualified voters had signed a petition for a swimming pool which had been presented to the city council. This had required them to call a special election which was to be done as soon as the city attorney had drawn up the proper forms. • * * The paving crew on Highway No. 16 had been making very good progress In the paving of that road. Eleven miles of paving had been completed. » • • During the previous two weeks the people of this city had been more or less alarmed over the antics of "Jack the Prowler 1 ." It had been reported that "Jack" had visited no less than 22 homes. He had tried the doors and had tried the windows. Everyone was up In arms and If a tragedy did not result It was expected to be very strange. Hardware men had stated that they had sold more ammunition than usual and some one was expected to receive a dose of lead. • * * Custodian Ben Winkle of the tourist park said that he had many campers every night, but that the number waa below that of the previous year. The claae of tourist* was better than usual and no beggars or trash had bothered that season. A large percent of the visitors were from Illinois, many having come, from Chicago. • * * Air. and Mm. Suniner Quartan and children. Gardner and Mary Elizabeth had arrived in Des Moinoi for a visit at the home of Mrs. Quarton's parents, Mr. and Mn. Gardner Cowles. The Sumner Quartons had moved from Des Moines to Hollywood, California, several years previous, where they had since made their home and where Sumner had been engaged in the practice of law. They had been expected to visit at the home of Sumner's parents, Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton before returning to their home In the west. The Quar- tons made the trip to Iowa in their auto. • • • Mr. and Air*. J. F. Overmyer and daughter, June Adele, had driven to Okoboji, where they had been guests at the summer home of the F. S. Nortons. • • • Mr. and Mnt. M. J. McCall and daughter, Catherine and Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMurray, had left for a two weeks trip by auto to Colorado. * * • Mr. and Mr*. Don Smith anil Mr. and Mrs. Hal Cowan had driven to Lake Okoboji to visit their sons who were at Camp Foster. • * * Mr. and Mr*. B. P. Richardson and children, Max and Meredith, had spent a week in Cedar Rapids with Mrs. Richardson's mother. Mrs. Mary Schichtl, and sister, Caroline Schichtl. They had also visited her youngest sister, Sister Mary Ehrentrude, who had been vacationing at Riverside, Iowa, after the school year in Milwaukee. TWENTY YEARS AGO Mr. and Mr*. J. E. Mould* had received a letter from their son, Arthur who had been in the American army on the west front. The young man had been in several heavy engagements, and had been in the hospital for the second time as a result of being gassed. • * * Canning clubs were to be organized in every town and township in Kossuth county for girls. Some, of these clubs were already working Girls from 10 to 19 years of age were to form themselves into clubs. • * # The newu hud come of the death of Corporal John L. Bergman of Bancroft, Iowa, who it was reported, had died of wounds received- in battle with the United States forces in France. No further particulars of the young man's death had been known at the time. The young soldier was to have his name inscribed on the honor roll as being among the first of the Kossuth county boys who had given their lives for their country. • » • Th* young women of Ko«*uU» county had been given a chance to show their patriotism by responding to the call for 23.000 young ladie* to take spec!*! nurse*' training which WM to make up a great army of reserve ours** in the united States. Mrs. a a French, who had been chairman of the Woman'* Council ol National Defense for Kowtuth county, had Usu«d a call for all of the young women of this county between tiw »*«» of l» and 58 to volunteer to hold themselves in readiness to take a nurses' train- ng course in one of the main training schools of this country. * * * George Butler, son of Mrs. George Mahoney, had joined the medical corps of the army a year previous, with the hope that he would get to France. However, he had been sent to Alaska Instead. His mother had received a letter which had given an accounf of his experiences In the frozen northland. Eleanor Norton had been to Camp Dodge to visit her brother, Milton Norton. * * * Bemie and Dorothy Hutchison had left for a few days' visit at the L. J. Dickinson cottage at Clear Lake. * * * K. W. Liuby had received'a strip of canvas that had been cut from the wing of a fallen German airplane in France. His brother, Hugh Lusby. In the engineer corps, had sent it to him. R. I. Cratty of Amen had stopped over night with his daughter, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. Cratty had been attending the conservation congress at McGregor. * » * >tr< and" Mrs. Harold Oilroore, Dlcle Bean, and Theodore Ewart had left for a week's vacation at Ventura Heights at Clear Lake. Joseph Harlg, who had been training in the army mechanics' train- Ing camp at Ames had spent the week end at home. C B. Murtatth had returned home from Des Moines where he had attended the democratic convention. The Oscar Anderson family had motored to Okoboji for a day. . EjJ» Van NCM had 'ort Dodge on business. :he said Section Three (3), one mile. o the southeast corner of tie said Section Three(S) and thence west on tie highway on the #outh line of he said Section Three CO, one (1) mile; and beginning nt the northc.ust corner of section Four (4), said Township nnd Hange, thence south on the highway on the east line of the said Section Four (4), and Sections Nine (9). Sixteen (16). Twen- yone (21), Twenty-elgl t (28), and Thirty-three (33), of said Township and Hange, six (6) miles. Beginning nt the northeast corner of .Section i-'our (4) Township Nlne- y-flve (95) Nortll, Hange Twenty- seven (27). West of the 5th 1'. M., <OHsuth County lown, thence south on tin- highway on the east line of the said Section Four (4), and Sec- Ions Nine (9), Sixteen (16), Twenty-one (21), Twenty-eight O>8), and Trirty-three (33), said Township nnd Kange, six (6) miles; nnd beginning at tne northeast corner of the said Soctlor Thirty-three (33), said Township and linnge. thence west on the highway on the nortll lino of the snld Section Thirty-three (33), and Sections Thirty-two 132) and Thir:y-one (31). said Township and Kange three (3) miles. Beginning nt the northeast corner been in B. P. Rlcharddon, former Algona railway mail clerk, who had been residing in Dubuque, expected to move his family to Algona as soon as he was able to find a suitable home. His railway mail route had been changed so that it was to extend west of Algona. of Section Kour (4), Township Nlhe- way on tho enst line of the snld Section Twenty-eight i-S). and Section Twenty-one (21). snld Towns! Ip nnd liange. two CM miles; nnd hesfnnlnjr nt the southeast corner of the North- enst ytjnrter (Nl-^'i ) of the Northeast (lunrter INKS) of Section Sixteen (16). said Township nnd Ilnnge. thence north on the highwny on the east line of the snld Section Sixteen (16). ar.d Section Nine <!>). snld Township and Hnnge, one-lnlf ( H ) of n mile; nnd beginning nt the soulh- enst corner of Section Fifteen (IM snld Township and Hnnpe, thence north on the highway on the east ne of the said Section Fifteen (1T>I. one (1) mile: and beginnlnK nt the southwest corner of Section Thirty- six (36) snid Township nnd Hnngo thnce north on the I Ighwny on liie west line of the snfd Section Thirty- six (36). nnd Section Twenty-five (l!a). snld Township nnd Hnnge, two (2) miles; nnd beginning nt the sonhteast corner of Section Fourteen (14). snld Township and linnite. thence north on the hlghwny on "the enst line of the said Section Fo'jir- teen (14). and Sections Kleven (11) nnd Two (2), snld Township nnd linnge. three (3) miles; nnd beginning nf tie southenst corner of Section Twenty-four (24). snld Township and Hange. thence north on the Mrs. Noble PnrH and daughter, Francss of Des Moines, returned to their home after two weeks' visit here with Mrs. Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Kuchynka. Board Proceeding Auditor's Office July 2)i, 193S 9:00 o'clock A. M. Hoard of SupervluorH met In spec- I lal xcpdon with all member iirrHcnt. HKKojiii TUI-: KoAitii OK si'i'i-;n- VI80HS, KOHHUTH COUNT V JCMVA. AI.CO.NA. IOWA, JULY, I'd, 1<J.« The Hoard of Supervluori) of Kossuth County, Iowa, having examined the petition of Humholdt County Hural Electric Cooperative Died herein, asking tor u fiunchi»i.' over cerlaln lilghwuya and other properly li Kox- »uih County, Iowa, to erect and maintain pule*. wireH. etc., for the traiiM- nili-nlon an.l dint rl l.utlon of clcclrlc cnerBv; 1 1 wua moved by CosgroVe and B.-,-. .ml,-, I by Knmer tl.at heuling on Kill. I prtltoii IIK bad at Hie. office of mid board, AlK.ma. lowu. on the 2(ith il.iv of AiiKUHt, lull*, commencing al Jo:H<> o'clock ii. m.. and (bat notice addreKBi-.l to the , ill/., -us of Ko*»uth County, Jowa. be. publUhed In the Aluiniii 1'iiiifi- lien .MiiincH (an official newspaper of general circulation published ut Aigoiui, lowu l fur iwo t'oiihvrullve weeks an provided by law, the luht publication for t,. \, u had al not ICKX than ti-n (I'M <!u-..s prior to the time „,, [| xe .l fur h;ar- li'K rpon roll cull on Uie foreBoliiB motion: Those Vi.linfcf aye were Cu.^y rove. Kraser, llt-ikcii. Mori I* und .Mil-oii- uld. Those voting Nay were: none And tl.e motion waa declared adopt td. W. K. il'-DONAl.li, Chu 1 1 man A I test : K. S. KINSKY. County Auditor, Kossulh Cuuiu.v. I ' Iowa. y-four (94) North, Hunge Twenty- seven (27). West of the 6th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, thence soutl on the highway on the east line of the said Section Kour (4), and Sections Nine (9), and Sixteen (16) to the southeast corner of said Section Sixteen (16). tlience east on the highway on the north line of Section Twenty-two (22). said Township and Hnnge, one-half (',4) of a mile, to the northeast corner of the Northwest quarter (N\V</i) of the snld Section Twenty-two, thence south on the highway on the north and south center line of the said Section Twen- y-two (22), one (1) mile, to thexouth west corner of the Southeast <juar- ter (SR'41 of the snld Section Twen- tytwo (22), thence enst on the hlg).- wny on the south line of the snld Section Twenty-two (22), nnd Section Twenty-three (23). said Township and Hange, one and one-half < 1 */4 ) uilles, to tlie southeast corner of thg snld Section Twenty-three (23). thence south nlong the east line of sections Twenty-six (26), and Thirty-five (3Ti). snld Township and Hnnge, two (2) miles to tl.e southeast corner of the said Section Thirty- five (35). beginning at the northwest corpcr of Section Twenty-live (2.1), Township Ninety-five (951 North, liange Twenty-eight f2S). West of the 5th I'. M., Kossuth County, iowu, thence east on the hlghwuy on the north line of the snld Section "Twenty- five (25), one (1) mile, to the uortl east corner of the nuld Section Twen- tyflve (25). thence south on the highway on the east line of the snid Section Twenty-five (2"»>. nnd Section Thirty-six (3ti), snld Township nnd Hange, two <2) miles, Heglnnlng ut the northeast corner of Section One (1). Township Ninety-four (94) Nortl. Itange Twenty-eight (2S>, west of tie 5th 1. M-. KosHuth County. Iowa, tl ence south on the hlghwny on the enst line of the snid Section One (1), one (1) mile, to the southeast corner of tile said Section One (1). thence west on the highway on the noufh line of the said Section One (1), and Section* Two U), Tlree (3), Four (4). and Five (5), said Township and Hunge, five (5) miles. T^OU Volt Line lleeinnltiK nt the northeast corner of Section One, (1). Township Ninety-seven (!I7) North, HUIIKC Twenty-elxht '2M. West nf the -Mil I'. .M., 'Kossiitll County. Iowa theme W'-M on the highway on the north III I tin- said Section din- (li. "li'- il* mile. In th'- northwest coiner "t" Mild Section line tlj. Hen.,- south i.n the highway on III.- we.-1 line of «ald S.-ill..11 One Hi. and Sections Twelve 11.'). and Tbli t.-en i 1:: i .-aid Township and Hanuc. two nnd ore-half i2' z » miles; and I" Klmiini? at tlie southeast corner of sal,I Section Twelve (12). them.- tl,<; highway on the smith the sulil Section Twelve (12) Olid Secth.il I-:icvcn (111, said Township and HanKe, one and tliree-fourl 1 H (1 34 p miles. ISi'Klnring at the northeast corpcr nf the Northwest ijiiiirtvr (NW'i) of Section six («i. Township Ninety- seven (!i7i North, HHUKC Twenty- seven (27) West of the Titli 1'. .M.. Kossuth County, Iowa, thence west on the highway on the nortl line of the said Section Six (6), one-half ('/4 ) of n mile, to the northwest corner of the said Section Six l.C). tlience south on the highway on the west line of Hie said Section Six (81. one-fourth -" '^ > nf a mile; nnd >>e- glnnlriK ut the nui'H east corner of Section One ( 1 ), snld Township and Kange, thence, west on the highway on the north line of the said Seclion One l 1). one (li mile: and beginning n t the northwest coiner of Section Kleveii ill), mi Id Township and Halite, H.ence cast en the highway "ii the ninth lire of Si-cti'ui Kleven ( 11 l and Section Twelve tl-i. said Towns) ip and italiKc. two i 2 i inliis: ai t lie nort h- ' I lull KlKhleell I I *. I . in.I K,Ihs-.• then,,- iwav i.n the north KiKhlecll I IS I. "II" beginning rit the i "f Si-i thin Fi'- w n s 1, i 11 an.l miles; ami l.cKln west roi Her of He sat.) Township east on the hiKi lire of Section (li ml',1 an. I northwest IOIIH-I teen il." t >. sahl To highway on the enst line of the fiild Section Twenty-four (24) nnd Sections Thirteen (13). Twelve (12), and One (1). snld Township nnd linnge, four (4) miles. Beginning at the northwest cornel- of Section Six (6), Township Ninety-six (96) North, linnge Twenty-seven (27), West of tl.e r>th I'. M., Kossuth County. lown, thence enst on the highway on tho. no'rth line of the snld Section Six (61, one (1) mile; nnd beginning nt the southwest corner of the snld Section Six (6), thence- enst on the highway on the south line of the said Section Six (6). nnd Sections Five (SI and Four (4). snld Township nnd linnge, three (3) miles; nnd beginning nt the northwest corner of Section Twelve (121 snld Township and Hnnge, thence enst on the hlghwny n the nortll line of the said Section Twelve (121. one 11 ) mile: and beat the northwest curlier of Section Thirteen (l.'ll. snld Town- hip and Hnnge. thence east on the ilglway on the north line of the snld Section Thirteen (13) one (1) mile: and beginning nt tile southwest corner of Section Fourteen (14). said Township and Hnnge. tlience fist on the highway on the south line of the said Section Fourteen (14), said Section Thirteen (131, snld Township and Hange. one nnd three- fi»urth (1 •% ) of n mile; nnd beginning nt the northwest corner of Section Twenty-five (25). said Town- si Ip nnd Hange, thence east on the highway on the north line of the snld Section Twenty-five, one "(1) mile; and beginning nt the north- enst corner of Section Twenty-seven (271, said Township and Hnn.g< J . thence west on the hlghwny on the north line of-tlie said Section Twenty-seven (27). nnd Sections Tweixty- elght (2M nnd Twenty-nine (2!*). said Township and Hange. two nnd one-fourth I2UI miles; and beicln- ning at tie southwest corner of Sectlor. Thirty-four CM), said Township and IlKnge. tlience northeasterly on the highway in the soutli one- half (>£> of the said Section Thirtyfour (341 one-half ( *4 ) of R mile; nnd heglnr.ini? fit the northeast corner of Section Hlx (4). said Township and Hnnge. tl ence south on the hlghwny on the enst line of the snld Section six 1(1), one (1) mile; nnd beginning at the northwest corner of Sect Ion Thlr- lv-twn i.'!2l. sal.I Township nil.I Halite, thence south on the liliihu'a,- "T- the West line nf 111.' sal.l Sectl..n Tlili I v-t w.i i::i'l. "lie (I) mile; and hi'ulnnlntf al the northeast ,..111 r nl" Section Twcrlt y-ntn'' (Jill, sal.l Township and Kanuc. thence south "II tin- lilu'l way nil III" CMS! line i.T the sal.I Si'cil.in Twetit y-nltie (l".'i. ' i 1 i mile: an.l beginning MI Hi.. II"! I llWest ( nlliel of the Nul'thcilM quail.-r i.V|-:>, l "f Sectl",i Thlrtv- tl ice i:::! i. sal.l Township 11 ml I lane. • there., south on the hlghuiiv "ii il..Ih an.I s.oitli c.-ntcr lini- "f thf f i said Sectiiin Thl11 v-three i:;:ji. <.IM(1 l ml le ; and beginning nt t lie n»i I h- Wehl t'-'Micr "f Section Kleven (III said Township nml Hang", thr-iir.' South on the iilglway on th" w.-<t line of the said Section Kleven (111. one-half ( *i t of n mile; nnd beginning at the northwest corner of Section Twenty-three i23). said Tnwi ship and Ilangc. thence souib on the highway on Hie west line of the said Section Twenty-three 12:11. and Section Twenty-six ufi), sal.l Township arid Hange, two (j) miles: ard beginning at ti.e northwest corner of Section fine ill, said Township and Hange. thence south on the highway on the west line of ihe «nl.l Section One (ll, and Sections Twelve (121. Thirteen (i:fi. Twenty-four i24», and Twenty-five (2T, i, said Township and Hange, five i r,) miles. Beginning at the noilheast corner of Sect Inn one l ) i. Township Ninetysix null North, liiiiiKv Twent v-eiglit i-'M, West of tse r,ib I'. M., Kossutl. ('"Utltv, l«>wa. liiencc West mi t lie highway "ii the ninth line of tin- said Sectl'.ll One ill, and Sectiollta Two i J l an.l Three (:',(, said Township an.l Hange. three I :l I miles, and l.cKinniMK .'I the southeast corner .if Ihe said hellion ( Hie 111. theme teen (It), nnd Section Klever- (11). said Township and Hnnge. two ijt miles; nr.d beginning nt the north- i east corner of Section Twelve tl2), said Township nnd Hnnge. thence south on tiie tilghwny on the en«t line of the snld Section Twelve (l2), nnd Sections Thirteen (131. and Twenty-four (J4), snld Township and Hnnge. three (3) miles, beginning at the northeast corner of Section Four (41. Township Ninety-five (!»."i) Nortl. Hnnge Twenty-seven i27). West of the 5th 1'. M., Kossuth County, lown, theno> westerly on the dlngonnl hlghwny In tlte north one-iinlf ( Vi) nnd near the nortll line of the said Section Four (41, nnd Section Five (5), snld Township and Hange n distance of approximately two (2) miles, to the northeast corner of Section Six (6). said Township nnd Knnge. thenc" west on tie highway on the north line of the- said Section 6. one (1) mile; and beginning at the r.or.th- west corner of Section Seven (7). said Township and Hnnge, tlience east on the htghwny on the north line of the said Section Seven (7), and Sections Might (S). Nine (!)), and Ten (10). said Township And Hange. four (4) miles and beginning at the southwest corner of the said Section Ten (10), thence east on the highway on the south line nf the snld Section Ten (10), one (1) mile; and beginning nt the northwest corner of Section Thirty (30). snld Township nnd Hange, 'thet.co east on the hlghwny on the north line of the snld Section Thirty (til) one (1) mile: nnd beginning nt the southwest corner of Section Tweaty- two (22), said Township nnd Hange, thence enst on tie highway on the soutli line of the snld Section Twenty-two (22), ami Sections Twentythree (23). and Twenty-four (24), snld Township nnd Hange, three (3) miles; and beginning at the north- enst corner of Section Thirty-six <3«!l, said Township nnd linnge, thence west on the highway on the north line of the snld Section Thirty- six i.'id), nnd Sections Tllrtv-fivc ty-elKht C^l. nnd Sort Ion Twentysevei: i 27 I. sal.l Township nnd Hang", one and one-half 11'4 l miles: and beginning nt the southwest corner of Section Tn-enty-fniir (24), snld. Township nml Cnnge. thence east on the highway on the south lire of tho said Section Twenty-four (24). ono (1) mile; nnd beginning at tho southeast corner of Section Twenty-flvu (2-">), said Township and Itango. tlence wr-sl nn the highway or the nth line of the said Section Twenty- five i2r,), and Sections Twellty- ix (2>1>. Twenty-seven (27 i. nnd Twenty-eight (2S). said Township and Hnnge, three nnd ore-half I :i'4 ) miles; nnd beginning at the southeast corner of section Twenty-eight (L'S). said Township nrd Hnnge, thence north on the highway on tlo enst line of the said Section Twpn- ty-elght (2RI. one-half < 14) of a mile; nnrl beginning at the southwest corner of Seclion Thirty-five <S5). snld Township nr.d Itnnge. thence north on the highway on He- west line of tl e snld Section Thlrtv- flve 13m, and Section Twenty-six 126). sal.l Township and Hange. one and one-fourth (1 14 ) miles; nrd beginning nt the southenst corner of Section Fifteen MSi. snld Townshlu nnd Hnnge. thence north on the hlgh- wny on the east line of the said Section Fifteen (1.1) nnd Section Ten (10). snld Township nnd Hange, two (2) miles; nnd beginning nt the southenst corner of Section Twentythree (23). snld Township and Hang.e thence nortl. on the highway on tho east line of the snld Section Twen'ty- three (23). and Sections Fourteen (14) Kleven (11). and Two (2). said Township nnd Hange. four (4) miles. Heglnntrg at the northwest corner of Section Seventeen 117). Township Ninety-four (94) North. Hnnge Twenty-eight (2S), West of the f,th r. M.. Kossuth County. lown. thence mst on the highway on the nnrth llni' of tl.e snld election Seventeen (17). one (1) mile to the northeast corner of the snld Section Seventeen (17). thence south on the highway on the east line of the snld SS) nnd Thirty-four (34) snld Town- Section Seventeen (17), one il) mile; st highwa cll. Official Notice bBKoKi: TJIK Un.YHli «F sri'Kll- vi.soii.s oi'' KOSSCTH COUNTY. IOWA Til THIS rlTJ/KNri OF KoS.srTU OlfNTY. IOWA: Notice is hereby tilvvll that a I...-1- Itlon for u franchl.-,!.- to creel, u.-^ und maintain ii"lc.-s, wiles, yuy win*, ! towers, cubits, ciiiiduit.i ami u'ji.-r lUtures ami appliance* I"i Ihe ,,>!,pose i>l conducting electi.cll.- lo:- lltfhtiim. |i"Wei-alid lu-al : l>),~ purposes ha* been (Ik-d by Hi,- Uuiiiluji.il County Kurul Kleilric ('""Peru live, HIUJJ- bul.lt. 1"WU. in tin.- oltlcu at the IJ'.jid of .Supervisors .,! Ku.-.-llHl C..UUI,, luwa. Unit sai.l petition asks the liylit lu roiiKlrui-i. oper.it,- an.I main- lain said electric transmission lire over, alons ami ncrosu tin- f.i.luw- lllj} deauribed public lumlii, l.l«hwa>», streams ami private lundd: 7.2UU-IUMU Vulln I BetjiniiiiifcT at the northeast . orner ' of Sectluu Twenty-two (22). Township Nintrty-ttt'ven iy7i North, Huntfc Twelity-ncVfll (^7). West of Hie titll IV M,, Kowsuth Comity, lowu: tht-ni.c south oil the highway on the- vusl line of ',he fcai.l Section Twcnty-tvvu {2^> ai}<! Sections Twerly-seVell f-7t and Thlrly-iour U4i. sat.I T<'kvn»l.ii> and UunKe, tliit-t- t;i i inik-s: un.l bc- Kiniiln{$ ut t)it* soutl.t-a»t t-oi IUT of Sti'tloll Tlilrty-thn-e U:i I ^aiJ ToWli- »hlp und UunMe, thence vitst >.>i: thu l.iijfhwuy ulmiB the ooiitU line -i u.i- *aul Section Thirty-three i:'..ii uuj Sk-clion Tlilriy-tu-u (31'i, «al.l Tuwu- thipumj fi*u»^c. tw.j f^i niiie?. BegiutlinU ut U.-- n.-lll,,a-l t..,!':• I of Section Three ' )i i. Towns).l|> Nin,.-- ly-^ix fS*o> North ilan^t Tui-nty- seven tiT*, \V*.-»t ..f ii,e :,u\ I' M . Ko»#ut)i County. lu^a Ou in v fiuiii on Ihv highway ..u the .asi lii.v of er t»f Sectiiin Tvvent \ - I ullr I _' I I. sai'l T.iwnship and I:.int.'.- thence wi-.-l "ll tiie hlghwav ..it Ihe north line "f (lie said Secti.in T\\ ehl \ - I ..III l.'ll and Si-itlnii.-. Twent-,-t hree (J!i. TwentV-lWii (L'JI. Tvvent V -..ne l _'I ' Twentv (2"K and Nineteen (11M. sal.l T"Wl:.-blp and Halite flve and olle- ialf < *. 'v I miles, an.l bcKinniils: •>' the nortltwt-s! rnriier i.f Si-eti'.n Twenty-nine I2'.o. said Township and Cantfe, thence east on tl.e hinhwav "II III'- II.Mill lint- uf tlie said Sertinll Twvlit v-nliie i 29 l and Sections Twen- tv-elKbt (28l. Twenty-seven (2"i, Tweiiiv-idx (Ifii. and Twenty-five f_ r '». said Township and H.IIIKC. nv.- l ." l miles; and begii ning at !).>• nnl tiiH-e.-t corner of Section Tblrlv- f-iilr i-''.4l. said Tuwnshiii and Kany. theme east "II the llgbwav "II III" norlb line i.f the .-aid Seclion Tbir- tv-f.mi- i;Ul. an,I Section Thirtv- Itve i:l', | siii.l Township an-1 ll.ini:' . ne and one-f.iui Hi i 1 ', I miles, an.l I..-L; i nnl UK a I the .-"ill I, West . "i n<-r "1" Hi.- said Scclbui Thii I v-1'..ui ill' thell.c east "II Hie tl i X 11 U' .1 V ..II li." -.mill lln- "f ll i- >.ii,l Seen..n Thirl '.-- fnur I 34 i. one I 1 i mile al -1 begin n inu -i I I h.- ;-.<i; 111 u-. M . i •! Secli.ili Tblrtv-slx .:;';i .-.-ib I T.iwn- -liin .in.I llalii-'" ih'-n.-.- "aM -.n l!:-I. iUh W.I Y "II tile -..litll ! i -I" ' .1' 1 ! .••aid S.-cll'.n Tl.irt v--!x ' :iii. .m-- ' 1 i mile and t.-y im: IIIK MI [I;-- -..uii •• .-' comer ..r Scclb.ii Thirl-.'-.,I..- , : 1 i said Township .in.I Harm- 11.-n-""Ml "ll the hitr hw.-l / "li It," e;i-t lil f the said Se,-ti"ii T'-irtv- Till, and Sectl,,f Tbiilv i-;,!!, - ,M T,>\vnshiii and Kails;.- f'-V" 'Ji in •!>•and l>eii.-innin«- at !!•<• -., .n l, vv. <-t ci'i-ni-r -.( Se, in,i. K.-\ein,-.-n il7>. said Ti.wnshlii and II.in. .- il,.-ii.-.- i-'irth ..n tin- blubwiiv "ii Ib" u.-l lin-- uf Ihe .-abl Sr.lh.n s.\.-iM."M M7>. and Sectl.,n Klkjht . - i -ai.l Ti'WIisbln and Hali({e IW.i '-' niile- and l-t-ginn inu' at the -••<;'. h \v»--i (,.I llel .,( Sect}..11 Tl 1 I i -, 1 h ; . ,- —, 1 . said T.'Vriiship ,i'd l:ann..- tl-n.-- 11..1 Hi "II Ihe lilu l.w .1 > "II H," '.V.--! ship nml Hnnge. three (3) miles; nnd ginning nt tlie southeast corner of "ectlon Six (6). snld Township and Mange-, tlience nortli on the hlghwnv the enst line of the snld Section 16). one (1) mile; nnd beginning nt the southwest corner of Section Four (4), said Township nnd linnge, tlience north on tie hlghwny on the west line of tho snld Section Four (4), npproxlmntely one (1) mile; nnd beginning nt the northeast rrier of Section Three (3). snld Township and Hange, thence nth on the highway on the iast line of tlie said Section Three (lil, nnd Section Ten (10). snld Township and Itnnge, one and ope- Injf (1'i) miles; nnd beginning at tlie southwest corner of Section Thirty-three (33), snld Township nnd Hange. tlience north on the highway Hie west line nf the snld Section Tlilrt v-t hree i3.'i), ami Section Twenty-eight (2S). snld Township and Hange. twn (2) miles; nnd beginning nv the southwest corner of Section Tllrty-flvo Clfil. said Township nnd Hange, thence north on tlie highway on the west line of the snid Section Thirty-five (35). nnd Section Twenty-six (26), said Township nnd Hnnge, two (2) miles; nnd beginning at tiie southeast corner of Section Thirty-six (36). mild Township and Hange, thence nortll or. the hint way on tne east line of the snld Section Thirty-six (.'IB I and Section Twenty-five (25). snld Township nnd Hnnge. t w.i l 2 ) miles. llegllllllllg al Hie ll'irtlleast < of Section Klevcn 111), ToWlls-hlll Ninety-live III.-, I North. MlllIKe Twenty-eight i2M. West of the Tilh I'. M.. Kiissutll Cniinlv, Iowa, thence west i.n Hi- I Ighway on Hie north line .if the sal.I Sei-lloi Kleven (111, and Sections Ten ilm and Nine en, sal.l Township an.l Hang", two und nne- 1'iilf 12'i) miles; an.l beginning al the S'.llthWesI c.irner "t Sectl.nl Twelve 1121. said Township aid HnngA Jh'.-livv v«-'!i '.MI tin: highway "n the Hotltll line nf the said jiftti"" Twelve (121, three-fourths (•'<;)' At a mile; and beginning at Hie nnrtli- I w.-si ciuiier "f tl e Northeast 'iiiaiti-r |(.M-:' 4i l ill the. Norlllvu.nl nuartei- (NIOU) of Seclion Twenty-two i22), said TowiiHhlp and Uangc, lher.( n ia*t on the hlghwny on the nortl! line of tlie said Section Twenty-two (22 i, and Sections Twenty-three 12:11 and Twenty-four (24), said Township und Hunge. one nnd one-half (1 */i I mile; und beginning ut the northeuHt corner of Section Twentysix (26), said Township am: Haitge, thente. west on the 1 Ighway or the nortll line nf the said Sectlnn Twenty-six (2(j), und Sections Twenly- bcvell (27) and Twenty-eight I2SI, sal.l Township und Hunge, two and tliree-fiiurthx <- /;1 ») miles, and be- Klnning at tlie nnrtiieast corner of Section Thirty-five (::',), said Township und Hange, ihcmc west oil the iilgbway on the m.i Hi line of 11 .Bald Seelliin Tblily-llve i :;:,!, and L-ctlniM Thirl v-f..ijr ':; I i and Tliir- i.n the hlk'hwa v i.n II. "I the said .-ci H"l s ( me ;1 I, ( 21. and Three i:; i. sal.I T..U n- and I;.,lit" Hi i : i nil!, > i:..i ng at the sioitbca.-t - orm-r -.m Hi we -t .i na i I e r i S \\' ii t nt Ten i I'll, .-aid T"Wlislili, an-1 UK". Hlelice \Ve.-t "II the l.JKhvvaV ll - .-."III, lil!" .1 Ibe -.11.1 s'e. II.-n n i I'M. aii.l H'-.lb.n Nine ,'.i|. j-.ibl wi..-nlp and l:,uiK". "ii" i 1 i nil!'-: .I ..f Section Twent .--tour Ulj. .-aid T"WI -hip and llan^e Ih'-lice \\-e-l "U II,c highway "ii Ihe iM.ith li:i,"I t he SM I.I Sect I,,11 Twent V- 1 ..ill . _' | I t ll 1 ec- f.,111 t h ( : '- 4 I "I M mil". t" til" ni.ithe.isl inriier ,,f ll,.- N,,ilhw.--l i|liaiter tN\V'4» "f the N'"ltlw.-t iinarler iNW' 4 l ,,r Hie said Seclion Tv% enl.\--fi.ui (241 then".- ."iilintiin^ We.-l "II the [nival" I I K i I t -" I - V\ a . "II. or rear, the north lin.- ..f the sa:,l Si-ctli.li Twenty-four ( - I i and s-c- iinii Tw'-n i v-t hi ee i2::i. .-ai.l T..WH- ship and l.'.ume. a db-lan," ,,l a|>pl "Xilliatel ,- till ee-.-inhls I.I i, f :i nil l<-. and le-i; i nil his--" -I I t be n, ,i I hu . si l-.inel "f .<e'l!',n 'r-.\'ell 1 '. - I \V" I '11 I . .-aid Township and l;.u,M" H,.-nc- • asl "i> Ih" ! igliwii v ..n Hi.- n,.i l 'i line .,f tin- -aid .^", li.m Tw-'-n I v -1 w,i IJ_'|. .iii-l S.-clb.n T--\ "ii I . -1 h i ..- i - '. j said Ti.wn.-bl|, .11 .1 l:.i:.u... -i .li-.ta;,. .- "f .1 I-I'I " \ I HIM I " ! . "II" Mil.I - . '. " II - .-JKlitlis I I -, I mil"-, ,in.| 1,1-1:11,1,lux ,il 11., • i i,, i I h \v " -1 . ,, i i,, i ,» i S. • l:,. n -I'M, . Ih : 11 i ii, i n • b; |, l ^ !, -A IV-thiec Hange, Hue nlllg at II," ti'lll Thl'e Mung.-. (b. n ai.l To ile f-t ami ami L -«in- of Se s«hl Townsh no'lh ..n lii 111 e of Ih i 22 t. one at tl.e so .-aid T.iwnshlp and .lib on t be hie, | wa y IVi-M III e "f th- said .-,. li.m (.11. "Me- I "111 I ll ( 1 1 I "I a ,1 he^inninK -it the s..iit hea.-t ,1 S.clj'.n Twcn l \--1'.v.i iJJi, ip and Hange. thence • hlk'b \va . "ii 11..- . a ^1 • .--ibl S' , 11.in Tw.-n l v-1 \\ .. ill mi i" and I,.-K;I", n>-; llh"M.-l c,.ln,-| ,,i Scc!l,,l, Twcn I:. -.- i \ *--',!, ^.lid 'r,,wn-blp MIC! lianK". Hicn," ii..Mb .,11 Hi.- hinhw.i. "II Ih" e.l-l III I' III- said Se. ll.il T w. lit y-.-1 \ .J',i. ,in,l S".li..i,.> T\\'.'i- I V-llllee I .Ml. I-',"II le.-n I 1 I I. l-:iev,-n ' III ami 'i'\\ » i _' i. .-aid T»-,\ n-i, n, M i. i Hangi-. f.'ill MII,| "lie-fniii Ih , I I, i ni i i.s . M n,| I-, i^ 11, i l nk: at T b< .- ,<u Hi east cdiii'i "f S".ti,.n Tw.nt-, - ("ill (Jl>. s^i'l T,.wn.-i,ip and K.in^e. Ihenc" li,,|lh ,,n Ih" l.ls'iwav ..n 1),.. a.-l In f ll,.- ,-.ii.| s.-i lion Twi-ntv- f,,ni , .') i "i,e-ball i i- i ,,f i mile, ai n b.-u i n ii i n s, at th>- s"iiih\v>st ' orner ..f S n Tnn I -.--foil. ( ': I i said T,.wn-hi|i and Hang'-. lh-n<.- n.,iHi ,,n li,.- his-'itwa-. 1 on II," w. -I lin.- -.f II," -aid S". lion Tl ii i , -four ('14 i -ii.I S"'lion Twont y -seven i_'7), said Towi.-hi|i an.l lialiK", IW" IJt miles. IJ'-KinninK- :i ( III-- n-.iibw-sl ,,,i-n- er of S, . lion Thi , >• i : i. T"wn.-blp Nln-ly-!',"ir i :' I i Norn, Hangc T-.V-I.- t .-.-.--• en .'7 i, \V, .1 ,.i in,.- :.i b l' M . K'.i- - n r, ( •-,•!!,I v. |,,wa, l i,,-n- ,• . a-l on ii," high wa v ,,n i In- m.i •!, In •• ..I' l i.. -ai.I .- ),,n Tl.ie. ' : i nnd beginning nt tlie northwest corn- r of Section Nineteen (IS), snld Township nnd Hnnge, thence en»t on he hlghwny on tho nortl. line of lie snid Section Nineteen (1 j)) and sections Twenty (20). Twenty-one 20). nnd Twenty-two (22). said Township and Hnnge. four (4) miles; nnd beginning nt the southwest corn- r of Section Twenty-eight (28). snld Township nnd Hnnge. thercp nortll m tlie highway on the west line of •lie said Section Twenty-eight (28), me (1) mile, to tl.e northwest corner nf the snld Section Twenty-eljrht '28). thence east on tlie hlghwny on he north lino of the said Section Twenty-eight (28) and Sections Twenty-seven r 27 I. Twenty-six C.'6), ml Twenty-five '25). said Township ind Hange. thrwe nnd one-hnlf (3 f A) miles, to the nortlienst corner of thft lortliwest quarter (N\V'i ) of the nbl Section Twenty-five (25) thence mrth nti (In- the highway on the lorth nnd south center line of Section Twenty-four (24 I snld Township and Itnngo, one (1) mile, to the nof111- i-a.il corner of Ihe Northwest quarter i N\V 4 ) of the snld Section Twer.ty-fniir (241. thence west on the highway on tl.e north line of Ihe snld Section Twenty-four (24). one- half ( */fc) of a mite; nnd beginning nt (he southwest corner of Section Thirty (3(1). »nld Township and llnngp, theiien east or thi> highway on the south line of tin- snld Section Thirty i.tO), one-hnlf (14) of n mile; and lioglnnliiK nt UUP soutl.enM corner of Section Twenty-eight (28), snld Township nml Hnnge. thcrco west on the highway nil the south lire of the said Seclion Twenl v-elglit (2si llvc-«dglit« i"«) of n mil-; uml beginning at ihe southwest corjier of Section Thirty-one (31), said Township ard liango. tliei north tilnhwav "li the went line of the .-aid Section Thirty-one '31). an-1 Sections Thirl-,- 13111. Nineteen (111), und eighteen i|Si, four (li mil-.,. nml I Innlnit at I In; muitlienst .-r, r V. '. cr of Section eighteen (1'ii said Iv",",* 1 ' 1 '; ;""' J: ' iii *' < '. tKcnce•„„;.,), nn lli'j lilKlnvny- on the east line of I the s.li.l Section Klghti-i.n us, and Secilnn Seven (7l. said Township nnd Hang.-, on.- and onc-lmlf l I'i ) tulles; and beginning at the southwest (,-uruvr uf ,S;-«-t|ijri Thirty-four (34), sai.1 Ynwns'iir) .'ind llnngt"*. thence- north .m the highway on tin' W.e*t Hr f Iho snld Section Thirty-four (34 l. nrd Sections Twenty-seven (271, Twenty-two (22). Fifteen 115), Ten (lol and Three CD. suld Township nnd 11" line, six (Cl miles, to the northwest corner of the said Section Three (31, II.ence east on thfl highway on the ncrtli line nf tho said Section Three (ii. one ll) mile; and beginning nt the southeast comer of Hfftliin Twcnlv-twii (22), said Township and l'4%xe. thence north on the Idghwny <>n the enst line of He sabl Section Twenty-two (22i. and SectloiiH l-'iirti-en (IS) arid Ten i I'M. said Township and Hange, three Cii inlle.-i; and beginning at tin- northeast con er of Secll.ui Kleven ill». said Township and Hunge, theme south on the highway nn the. cast line ,,f Ih- -aid Section Kleven I I I ' ,-ne ( 1 i mil.- I'.* I.'i n n In;: a i tl,,- northwest cor'-er of Section nn,. ,1,. Township Nlnc.- tv-foin i :i} i Noiih. l:an«e Tw-ntv- niii" l_-!n West of the 5th I*. M.. KO--III! Coiinlv. Iowa, thence south III! Hi" IllKhWUV "II Ihe West line "f H e -aid S. "lion On- i 1 i, and Sections Twdv- I I j p an.l Thlrleen ( I'! i. -aid Id ,1 'I-H 1') I Hi, ,11- i I ) mi il . in Us ..trice at Alt,', l b.- t mi" and pla. .- for ,1 i.etillon , 'ions l" the granting of i i -.- mn -l be iii u-i i t inir n li.lb al. with this Hoard - I T. l .lavs before the dale. Tl," I!.,aid "f Super•e-l- that tb" l.blect.ir I'.! a- full uutlmrlty 1" H'-t .Mgona. li.w.i. Inly i'S, KOSSl'TII C' il'NTV IOWA l:v U'. !•:. M. l'( iNAl.li. Cl a i i man. Xtt. -' • i: S KINSKV. i" i-- A j.lii.ii K",..-.-,nb (•oiintv. :!]::_' Iowa. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No 4I1'J 111 District Court, March Term. l!t.''.8. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hi-re by notified, that an JDMtrurnt'iit of writing purporting to be the last. Will und Testament of Mary iiruhn. Deceased, dated June 13, I'j.'iti, having been this day tiled, opened and read. Monday, the l.lth dav of August. 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the court house in Algona. Iowa, beforo the Distikt court of said County, or the Clerk of aaid Court; and at leu o'clock ,1. in . of the day above mentioned all persons interested are Hereby notified and required to appear, and .-.how tause. if any they not be piobated and .illowed as uiui fur the list Will .ind Tetauu-nt of Dated .il Alguiia. Iov\a. July 11, 1U36. KA 1HAF.1NK .SK KVOY '"lerll (•!' I'lslilct Couvl. A I.MA l-KAHSu.N Deputy.

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