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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 4,1934 Ledyard Cagers Take Lead In North Kossuth League FIRE DAMAGES BURT BUILDING Tenton, In Close Pursuit is] in Second Place; Lone i 1 Bock in Third Lone Rock: Ledyard boys engaged in their second consecutive crucial test •f the pre-hollday season when they »layed at Lone Rock Thursday evening before Christmas. However, the Ledyard boys fared better In this test than they did at Fenton the previous week. Lone Rock boys grabbed an early lead and the first half looked like anybody's game, although Ledyard held a 12 to 7 lead as the half closed. Lone Rock was unable to cope with the stellar playing of ttw Ledyard toys in the second half M Ledyard piled up 17 points, while holding Lone Rock to 6. The final score was 29 to 11 In favor of Ledyard. Bancroft and Titonka engaged In the greatest defensive battle of the conference season at Bancroft during the •une week. Titonka lead 4 to 0 at the half but Bancroft forged ahead in the second half to win 10 to 8. Lone Rock girls defeated the Ledyard girls to give them an even break In conference won and lost columns. Ledyard led 12 to 10 at the half. Lone Rock came back in the second half to grab the lead and won 18 to 17. No conference games are scheduled for this week but Seneca has some postponed games with Bancroft and Fenton to play off and may find time to play one of them this week. If Fenton should defeat Seneca, they will finish the first half of the season In a tie with Ledyard for first place. January 12th finds Ledyard playing at Bancroft, Titonka at Seneca and Fenton at Lone Rock. Standings Tuesday, January 2, 1934. Algona Bulldogs Beat Emmetsburg Cagers, 36 to 12 high school's basketball team walloped Emmetobnrg high, 36 to 12, in a somewhat mrprislng and one-sided basketball game on the Palo Alto team's court, Dee. 22, and laid a foundation for what may prove to be a very successful cage campaign. Coach Mercer's men will tackle Clarion here on Tuesday, Jan. 9, In the next came. This will be the flrst conference game for tae Baildofi. Crefameyer, Shackleford, and B. Medln shared In toe scoring honor* for Algona, while B. Post, Bpen- eer, Stewart also tamed potato dor- lav tfie contest A bevy of personal fools by Bmmetsborg, 14 in all, did not help the chances of that team. Algaaa bad nine personals caned. The absence of several of last year's veterans was keenly felt by the EmmeMxnrg team, which to composed of several new men who have yet to develop. The second team also won Its game, 20 to 10. WESLEY QUINTS TURN BACK TWO ACADEMY FIVES Barber Shop Blaze Discovered Luckily in Time to Stop Serious Loss Boys Take Locals, 33 to 9, While Girls Also Win, 26 to 33 I Burt: A fire In the C. F. Whalen barber shoo last Thursday nteht did considerable damage to the Interior of the shop. The fire was discovered about ten o'clock bv Ernest Teitz «nd the fire department was called out and the fire extinguished. It was lucky the fire was discovered early as the buildtnos in the block were all wood frame buildings. The barber shoo as Insured and was immediately repaired. Boys Ledyard 4 Fenton 3 Lone Rock S Srneca 1 Bancroft 1 Tiionka 1 Won Lost Pet. Girts— Seneca ... Lone Rock Ledyard .. .2 .1 .0 0 1 a £00 .780 .600 .333 .250 200 1.000 £00 .000 Jerry Helgens Sets Remarkable Record • Jerry Relgens came Into our office Tuesday of this week and paid for his paper for the 64th time. Jerry has taken the Algona Upper Des Mottles lor the past 64 years and baa always paid for It hi advance. Hurrah for Jerry and an subscribers like him. Let's Get Acquainted Our Algona service sta- I tion is carrying a full line of high grade gasoline and oils—Elreco gas and Paraland motor oil. Let us explain our cus- • tomer-ownership. Why not get a dividend in return for buying your gas and oil at our station. The customers own the company and share the profit. K. & H. Coop. Oil Co. Across from Algona Hotel. BO-51-1 Don't Get Up Nights Use Buchu and Gin M>ke This Me Test It U M valuable to the bladder as cMtor oil to the bowels. Drives out tapurlUt* and excess adds which MM the Irritation resulting in get^•- up nights, burning, frequent de- due, lee n*inf and backache. On at- eovnt of the alcohol use juniper oil frem whiA gin la made. Ask far Bofcets, the bladder laxative also con- t.g bochtt leaves, etc. After four U not pleased your druggist* will n jour ^60. You are bound to sleep better after this cleansing. B. W. Lmby. Druggist, Algona. and W. J. Dentoa. Druggist, Tltonta. say Buk•U U a best seller. SPENCER CAGERS MEET BOOSTERS IN TBTTONIGHT Merchants Meet Local Five on High School Court; Start at 8 P. M. The Algona Boosters, living up to their promise to bring some of the best semi-pro basketball teams is this section to Algona this winter will meet the Spencer Merchants tonight on the h'gh school floor. The game will start at 8 p. m. Spencer, as all basketball fans know, is again offering one of the fastest quints In the state, and Deim, former Swea City Cardinal star, la one of the important cogs in the machine. The Boosters have played two games and lost them both by scant margins. Monday night at Mallard, the Boosters lost a knock down and drag out fracas by «, score of 37 to 32. They trailed at the half by a 20 to 21 score. Playing on the local floor which they are used to, the Boosters are certain to be at their best since the season opened. Teamwork, lacking In the first », is developing, and a smootfa- working aggregation is certain for Spencer. The summary for the Mallard game Wesley: Playing th* best game of th* pre-hollday season, the Wesley team turned hi a fast passing attack to beat Algonai Academy 33 to fl. It was also noticeable that the game was cleanly played and that few fouls were called on either team. The Wesley team, using a fast passing attack, worked like clockwork and were at no tune during the game in danger of being overtaken by their opponents. The girls in their game with the Algona Academy girls team, were victorious 26 to 33. This game from the spectators' point of vitw was a game of thrills, and satisfaction that it was a clicking ball club because of their short passing attack. The work of the official was very commendable and at no time was he endangered by the unnecessary boos of the spectators. The next game to be played on the lome floor will be January 12 with Thompson. Because of the game with Whittemore Academy to be played there January 6th, both the boys and girls earns will continue practice sessions after New Years day. follows: AlgMM (M) Fg Ft White,; 3 8 Pearson, f 4 4 Nordstrum, o 4 0 Williams, g 0 1 Wander, g 0 0 Walker, g 0 0 Samp, g 0 0 Total Mallard (37) .12 8 11 Fg Ft Bohn,f 9 3 Kollartch, f 1 0 Ditch,f 1 0 Bryant, o S 1 Trnelson, g 0 0 Heatbman, g .....1 0 F. Johnson, g 0 0 R. Johnson, f 1 1 Total .15 6 12 Margaret Lyle of Webster City started work at the Morrison Beauty Shop Tuesday, December 26th, as assistant operator. Dec. 8,1933 BUS FARES LOWER 2c per mile and Less Fares from Algona To OWRT Minneapolis. Minn. ..4.10 7.40 Omaha, Neb 4.10 Mason City, Iowa 1.20 Spencer, Iowa 1.06 Waterloo, Iowa 290 Rochester, Minn. 3.65 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4.00 7.40 1.90 626 6.00 7.46 LOB Angeles, Calif . .35.10 4320 Mankato, Minn 3.4S 0.40 JEFFERSON LINES BM Depot Alfona Hotel LAKOTA NEWS Arthur Barker and John Schwietert are visiting friends at Cowan. Iowa. The Charles Olson family spent New Years day at the C. E. SIgsbee home. Miss Buma Duckmnnton of Waukegan is visiting her sister. Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mrs. Victor Rogers received a broken arm when her car tipped over on the slippery paving. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz entertained a number of friends at their home New Year's eve. Miss Lydia Mansmlth spent last week at Corwith at the home of her sister, Mrs. Philip Puffer. A baby girl was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill. This makes them two daughters. Lester Stow came up from Cedar Rapids to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow. Mrs. Aurllla Coffin spent the holidays at the homes of her daughters. Mrs. W. K. McDonald and Mrs. Harry McMurray. vacation here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schwietert. Miss Clara Schwietert. another daughter who is a teacher at. Dolliver also spent her vacation at home. L. T. Mitchell who has been here in charge of the First National Trust has resigned his position here and will go to Milwaukee, where he has a position with an Irfcuranoe dwnoanv. Mr. Mitchell made many friends while here who regret to see him leave Burt. Miss Helen Schwietert gave R party Friday nleht at her home. Those present were Misses lona Mover. Rachel Claosaddle. Marfare Morness. Norma Bettln, Virelnla Thaves. Helen Schrader. Orriel Brooke. Florence Stow and Matilda Pratt. A good time was en- loved bv all. The Birthday ^rcl? met at the home of Mrs. Fred Rlnesdorf Thursday of •nst week. A eood time was en loved bv all. A grab bag with ft Christmas gift for each one furnished much amusement. A fine lunch was served. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. M. J. Rverson today. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, Florence and Wlllard spent Christmas at the C. C. Barrish home and with their son. Dr. Perry Stow. Another daughter. Mrs. Byron Simmerman of Gosh.cn. Indiana, was nlso present. Thev also visited Mrs. Perrv Stow, who Is still in a hospital with a broken ankle. Mrs. Hiram Ward was called to Mason City last week to be at the bed- Bide of her sister. Mrs. Dick Jensen. Mrs. Jensen had only been sick a few davs and was taken to Mason Cftv. where she died before Mrs. Ward arrived. Mrs. Ward went to her sister's home near Buffalo Center, where she remained until the funeral. Mrs. Jensen leaves her husband and six children under ten years of age. and Marv were dinner guests last week Sunday at the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris and ftunilv in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Johnson and two children of Gilmore Cltv were dinner guests last week Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tavlor and famllv. Mrs. Laura Francis has been visiting at the home of her children, two of her sons and one daughter, who are married and live In Corwith. for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. August Klrschbnum and children. Kathrvn and Leo. were Christmas dinner guests at the home of her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eisenmnn nnd family northeast of Brltt. Kathrvn and Leo Klrschbnum. children of Mr. and Mr? August Ktrsch- baum, snent the nast week vIMtine with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Elsenman and family northeast of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and two children, Mrs. Mav Harris and daughter, Marie, were snooer guests last week Friday evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield in honor of Edith Greenfield's birthday. Margaret. Esther and Howard Hed- rlck. who have been staving with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllc Hedrlck, spent their Christmas vacation with their mother. Mrs. Helen Hedrlck and sister. Velma. at Mason Cltv. Mr. and Mrs. James Broohv and her BASKET BALL TONIGHT Thursday, January 4, 8 P. M. SPENCER MERCHANTS ALGONA BOOSTERS High School Gym. Admission 35c-15c Mrs. 8. P. Powers and children were Algona visitors last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Powers and son. William, were Akrona visitors Wednesday afternoon. The John Miller family were entertained for Christmas dinner at the S. P. Powers home. Mrs. Fred Park of Algona was a visitor at the Frank Miller and Wade Ball homes one day last week. Miss Lena Amundson of Eagle Grove spent Christmas at the home of her sister. Mrs. I. E. Wortman. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklntt visited last Thursday with Mr. FrerkinK's sister and husband at St. Paul. The W. El Carlson family of Swea City were here Saturday evening visiting at the I. E. Wortman home. Miss Beverly Fox of Albert Lea came last week to visit at the home of her uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Ouv Beemer. Hutch Lewis returned home one day last week from Eagle prove where he soent several days visiting relatives. Mrs. Ernest Wortman and eon. Morris. «nd Miss Gertrude Wortman were Aliiona shoppers last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Our Hart and daughter. Antoinette were over from Bancroft last Wednesday visiting at the Wade Ball home. The J. E. TJkena family and Gertrude Wortman attended the show "Alice in Wonderland" at Aleona. last Thursday evening. Mrs. Harvey Johnson and children. Betty and Harold, and Mrs. Harry MiMsman were Algona visitors Friday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena returned to their home at Jessuo. Iowa. Saturday after spending- a week here with relatives. Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson left last week for Knorvilie. Iowa, to spend a few days with Mrs. Johnson's parents. Mr And Mrs. Pringle. The R. E. Hamouist family returned home Friday evening from a visit of several davs with relatives at Minneapolis and in Wisconsin. The Misses Emma and Louise Thaves and Mr. and Mrs. Wads Ball were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Edward Thaves homo at Burt. The E. B. Worley family went to Mason City Sunday and returned home Monday. They spent the time visiting with Mrs. Worlev's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schutter and son. Arthur of Buffalo Center were here on Saturday evening attending the stiDoer put on bv the men at the Presbyterian church basement. Mrs. Fred Park and Mrs. Henry Gud- erlan and two children came UD from Alrona Saturday afternoon and visited a short time at the F. W. Thaves and Frank Miller homes. I Edward Gutknecht of LaPorte. Saskatchewan. Canada, arrived here last i week to spend some time visiting his ! parents. Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht and other relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. P. L. Henneman and little daughter visited here * short time on Saturday while on their way from Albert Lea. to their borne at EsthervUle. Mrs. Henneman was formerly LaVon Johnston. Mrs. C. K. RiopentrOD returned home last week Wednesday from Rochester. where she had undergone an operation for tumors and gall bladder trouble. At this writing she was reported as getting elong nicely. Mrs. A. M. Lester returned home last Wednesday from a ten davs visit with her parents and other relatives in Virginia. She was accompanied on the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaoer and son of Fairmont. Minn. J. E. Smith expected to leave on Tuesday morning for Dubuoue. taking his son. Virgil, and Norman Frerkina and Wilbur Hassebrock back to take up their studies at the University of Dubuoue after having spent the holidays at their homes here. Miss Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City last Friday, returning home on Saturday, bringing with her her slater. Lena, who teaches there to spend tha holidays at the parental home. They were accompanied bv Genevleve Bruer. who will spend the holidays here. Miss Aleeda Toebbln of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson of Elmore were guests of Mrs. Anna-Toebbin Christmas. Willis Phelps returned to Sioux City Monday after spending a short vaca- tJon with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps. Miss Virginia Thaves came home from Minneapolis on Tuesday of last week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thaves. Sunday was Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Blossom's 60th Wteddlng anniversary. A number of their friends called to extend their (-reelings. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mra. Mary Stewart were dinner guests Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas at the hotel. Maurice Coffin returned to Des Moines on Tuesday evening after spending Christmas here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Coffin. Jr. A party was riven Sunday evening in honor of Miss Mabte Oustafson'a birthday. Misses Wllma Slaughter and Arine Daniels attended the party. Mra. Paul Moore has been spendlntt he holidays at the home of her daunh- ter, Mrs. L. J. Schmidt at Corwith. Mr, Moore went down for Christmas. D. L. McDonald drove to Wllmar on Sunday to tret Mrs. McDonald and little daughter, who have been snendlng the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton. Phyllis and Bruce came down from Armstrong last Thursday -night to attend an Epworth Leamie rally which was held here at the church. Dean ClapsadoUe. Helen Thompson. Binar Uornws, aeon* aimbmm and O^erFalrhaWCa relurnedto Cettar Raolds Monday after snendlntr their vacations here with their parents. Mark Kearns of New York came last week to visit relatives. His brother. Eldon la here and his sister. Mrs. Will Carman. lives at Wesley. His father. W. D. Kearns la visiting relatives In H. W, POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Evwy load insured agatnot lost or damage. Equipped to do all kind* ol draylog and hauling. a-tt trfnftnmnrt We«ley Woman, 70, Who Died Thursday Laid to Rest Wesley: Fun«al services for Mrs. August Carman, 8r., 70, who died on Thursday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Elschicd, were leld Saturday morning, December 23rd, at the St. Joseph's Catholic church with Rev. A. J. Wagner celebrant afc he Requiem mass. Mra. Carman had jeen ailing for a few weeks owing to :ier advanced years, but was really only sick a short time before her death. She and her husband were married at St. Benedict in the year 1879 nnd lived in t and this community ever since. Mr. Carman passed away about three years ago. She is survived by four sons, "nrnelv: Richard and Aumist. Jr., ot Wesley: Will of Saskatchewan, Canada, and Isadora of Sykston, North Dakota, and four daughters, namely: Mrs. Agnes Eischled of Algona, Mrs. Delia Bchimml of Blue Earth; Mrs. Frances Welg of Aberdeen, South Dakota, and Mrs. Frank Spangler of Lake Park, Iowa. Burial waa made In the St. Joseph's cemetery. north of town, are the croud Dftrenta of a six nnd one-half nound babv bov. born to them December 26th. The babv was nnmed DonaM. Mother and babv are irettinff Along nicelv. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewev Baker and daughter. Doris of Marshalltown stooped Sundnv morninjt for a short visit at the home of their ntece. Mrs. John V. Huff and family. Thev were on their wnv home after a visit with his brother, the Paul Baker familv and othtr relatives in Ateona. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Elsenrrwn, sons. Wilterd and Giro, and IRtle emnd- daiiRhtrr. Diana Nail, nil of Brltt. were New Years' dinner quests at the homo of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Aueust KlrschbBum. Knthrvn nnd Leo Ktrsch- batim. who visited the iwst. week with their crnndoarents. returned hmne. Mrs. Sftrah Wise, son. Herman, dauRhttrr. Nell and Mrs. B. E. Snun- ders drove *) Mvon Citv Sundav where Mrs. Snunders visited with her sister. Mrs. Henrv Hawlev nnd fnmllv. The Wise familv visited near Plymouth a f . the home of thfir son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and family. Mr .and Mrs. Llovd H. Steven and. little son, Harvev Duane of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv J. Phllllos and four children of Weslev. and Mr. and Mrs. Mnck Wise and two sons. Frank and Llovd. of near Mason Citv. were all Sunday dinner iruests on Sundav. Dec. mother. Mrs. Marv Neumann, who , S 4 t h at the home of their mother! Mrs. makes her home durinir ithe winter Sarah Wise and family, months with the Broohvs. en loved a visit at their home west of town from Mrs. Josie Stanton and son. Mark of AlRona. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise and two little sons. Frank and Llovd of Central Heights, near Mason City, scent Saturday <and Sundav of last week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and familv. They returned home Sundav evenine. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodttlns of Inwood, Iowa, spent tho oast week vls- Itlne with her narents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and familv north of town. They left Friday for Rudd where thev will visit until W«dnesdav of this week with his Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Buseman who live in the Cnri Pnetz tenant house Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris and their daughter. Inez, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and two children, Marv Joan and Richard of Alrona. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson and Roscoe Stewart and Milton Giddtnes of Wesley were Sun- dav dinner miests at the home of Mrs. Mav Harris and familv. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornton of Sioux Cltv snent Chrlstmfls with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Z. Miller and fnmllv. Thev returned home to Sioux Cltv Monday cvcnlnir. Her little sister. Lois, returned home with them for ft week's visit. Then Richard, her brother, went down on the train Wedne-'dav mornlns for n visit nnd he nnd Lois will return homo together the last of the week bv trnln. !M TIIK DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND KOH KOHSUTH COUNTY JANIMKV TKHM, A. D., 1934 Chicago. Russell Thursday Chroman came home leJst from Boston. Washington. where he has been working. After visiting his parents. Mr. and Mra. O. B. Chipman, he left Saturday for Ames on business. Mra. J. W. Dorrance. W. E. Btahl, and Mra. Al Steahle called on Mrs. R. M. Wallace in Algona Saturday. Mrs. Wallace has been ill since returning from Rochester. Miss Marie Qrover is etayliur with Mrs. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Main olT O 'ar Rapids. Mr. and Mra. Fred Main and ton of tirundv Center and their daughter. Mra. J. Blomedal of Alton. Iowa, and Miss Leona LJehter of Algona were •uests of Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Clapsaddle Christmas. Misses Lorena and Myrtle Schwietert of Dea Moines spent their Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clave of Brltt were visitors Saturday at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Fred Neahrlnu. Mrs. Arch Burger near Titonka visited Monday evenlntr and Tuesday with her mother. Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Steven and little son of Burt were New Year dlnne guests at the home of her mother, Mrs Sarah Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick enjoyed their Chirstmas dinner at the home of Orville's father. Wm. Hedrick. a half mile east of Sexton. The Misses Marie and Marv Harris and Milton Ciddings were'Sunday ev- eninor callers at the home of Miss Emma SDongberg in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Greenfield and daughter. Edith. Ate Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O Taylor on Christmas Day. Miss Virginia Hamilton who has been vUitlnar with her sister. Mra. Flovd Pas- lev the oast few weeks, returned last week to her home In Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and two children were callers Sundav afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mra. A. L. Greenfield and family. Mr. and Mra. Fred Neahring and son. Donald, were Sunday visitors near Ooldfteld at the home of Mr. and Mra. B. O. Johnson and family. ttrs. May Harris, daughters. Marie CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. TIIR KQUITAT1T/K MFE AS-) •ilinANCB SOCIETY OP) THE UNITED STATES, ) I'lnlntllT) vs. ) John P. Helderncheldt, ad-) mlnlstrator of the Etitate of) Michael Heldcrscholdt, Do-) ceased; Adnm Holderscheldt:) Mnthow Helderccheldt; Mag.) gle Simon; Kathryn .Tucum.) otherwise known as Juchen;) Susie Andre; Annie Mnr-) nnch; Mary Forman; Valen-) tlno Dieter; Mike Dieter;) Tonln Dieter; Kathren Die-) tur: Valantlne Helderscheldt;) Joe Helderschcldt; John) Helderseheldt; Charlie Held-) erscheldt; Mike Holder-) Scheldt; Adam Ilaldericheldt;) iatle Heldcrsehcldt Wag-) er; Dora Hclderscheldt) Vagner; Mike Von Hank;) 'cter Von Bank; Nick Von) Hank; Joe Von Bank; Liz-) 7le Rchallcr; Katie Von) lank; none Rial Ionian or) Stattleman: Mary Orlgner or) OrlRor; Maggie Yackloy;) Johnnie Helderscheldt; John) Nerkhlmer: Kosmith County;) Mm. Henry Honnstetter.) sometimes known an Katie) Honnntetter: Mrs. Eugene) Welter, sometimes known as)oniCilNA ritlo Welter; Mm. Jakp)NOTK'K Marti, sometimes known as) Anna Marti: MFR. lllram) Rle», sometimes known as) Mary Rles, Mra. George) Pchaller, sometimes known) as Simla Schaller; Mrs.) Carl Satern, some times) known as Veronica Sat-) ern; Henry Marnach; Mrs.) Lou Gabrlelson, sometimes) known n* I^enn Qabrlelson;) Mlkn Marnach; Eugene) Mnrnnch: Mrs. Matt Ilcnt-) Ken. sometime* known as) Katlo Hontfrea; Kmma Ju-) cktim, sometimes known as) Kmma Juchem; Henry Ju-) ckum, sometimes known as) Henry Juchem; Thomas Ju-) rkum, sometimes known as) Thomas Juchem; Adam Ju-) kum. fiometlmrs known as) Adam Juchom; John Juck-) sometimes known as) Fohn Juchem; Mrs. Peter) Itapsuscles, sometimes) ' known as Mrs. Peter Cape-) ilus; Peter Capsuscles,) lometlmes known as Peter) Japeslus; Matt HentKes. Defendants.) TO RAID DEFENDANT: HENRY JARNACIT. You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now on tile In the ifflce of the Clerk of the District 'ourt of Kossuth County, Iowa, tho letltlon of the Plaintiff, claiming: of ou, the sum of 16,000.00 on account of 'our promissory note dated May 17, 927, originally given to the Collins TortRagre Company, and endorsed to tho 'lalntlff herein; also for the foreclosure f the real estate mortgage given to ecure the above described note, which ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON * LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW dooms 212-14 First Natl Bank Blk ALOONA. IOWA J. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALOONA, IOWA IT. & QUABTON H. W. MILLEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Koasuth County State Bank Office Phone. 427 ALOONA. IOWA A. Hutchison T. O. Hutchison HUTCHISON A HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 2S1 Algona, Iowa. I I. VAN NESS * O. W. 8TILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank, •hone 21S-W Algona. Iowa 'Htylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kellt 8HITMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qutnbv & Krause BuUdlntr Mgona. Iowa Phone M U A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office to Qutnbv Building Phone 180 ALGONA TOW A E. C. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Qulnby Sc Krause Bldg ileona. lows Phone IS* HIRAM B- WHITE Attorney at Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 306 F. A. DAN8ON ATTORNBY-AT-LAW OJUn over Iowa Siato Bank Bid*. Offfee phone 4«0 J Res. 116 Al»ona. Iowa. CAKROL A. WAND Attorney-at-Lftw Postoffloe Fhom J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E McMahoa L. E. Unnan SULLIVAN, MoMAHON * UNNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA. PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rlst over RexiJl drug store. Office Phone 800 Res. Phone IM ALOONA. IOWA. niorlKnKe wan originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to tho Plaintiff herein, toerether th Interest on said note nnd pcnal- thoroupon as provided In said noto 1 mortgage given to secure It; also PR for the extension of tho abstract, torney fees, costs nnd taxes provided the terms of said mortgage, which tgaKC covered the following de- rlbed real estate In Kossuth county, wa. to-wlt: The South- Half of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section 19, Township 94, Range 29, West of tho Glh P. M., containing 76 acres more or less, according to the Government Survey thereof: id Is recorded In Dock it, Page 329, f the records of KoRsnth County, Iowa, etltlon will also ask for the appolnt- ent of a receiver. For further partl- ulars, see Petition. Personal Judgment demanded against no one. And unless you appear and defend on r before noon of the second day of he January Term of the District Court f Kossuth County, to be held at Al- conn, Iowa, commencing on the 29th ay of January, 1934, default will n« ntered against you and Judgment and lecree rendered thereon. BAIINES, BARNES & WAD8WORTH. 1-4 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Notice of Sheriff's Sale KTATH OK IOWA. KOKSUTH COUNTY. SB. Notice In hereby given that by vlr- tu« of Hpeclal Kxccution directed to mo from the Clerk of the DlBtrlct Court ot Komutn County, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In said Court on tho Jlth day of December, 1933. In favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of the City of New York, a corporation, as plaintiff, nnd against NorthwrHt Quarter (NWU) of section twenty-live (26) Township 9B. North, Tin n go 27. west of the Bth P. M.. Ko»- suth County. Iowa, as defendant, for the Bum of Twenty Onn Thousand fi/X Hundred Forty-one and 36-100 (121,- 841.3t} Dollars and cost, taxed at Two Hundred Eighty Two and 31-100 '$28?.31) Dollars and accruing costs. I havo evlcd upon tre following described real >roperty as the property of the said] Jeorge W. flcovell. Tlllle Brovell. et al o satisfy eald execution, to-wlt: Thn Northwest Quarter (NW1<t) of section wcntv-rtve (25) Township Nlnaty-flvo Dr.). Norlh. Kange twenty-seven (37). went of the 6th 1'. M., Konsuth County, owa. And I will proceed to sell said pro- erty, or so much thereof as may bo ecessary to satisfy sail! execution, with conts and accruing costs at pub- c auction, to the highest bidder, for ash. In hand, on thu 2.1rd day of January, 1934. at thfl east door of tr.o Court House In Algona, In Kossutti County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. of said dav. when and where due attendance will be Riven by tJul undersigned. Dated this 23rd day of December. 1933. CAIU, DAHI.HAimEn, Sheriff of Kosxuth County, Iowa. Ily f'AKKY LOHS, Deputy. Hurt J. Thompson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 1-2 THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS AlK'ina, Iowa. December 27, 1933. Board of HupervlHoru of Konsuth 'ounty met pursuant to adjournment >ltli all members present. Motion bv McDonald ami second by lalKL-mun that a refund of $6.21 he tflv- n Mrx. J. 1*. I.nrsim ticcuuuu of buInK erroneously taxed In 1M2. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and gerund by Kunnemnrk that Interest and penalty bu altfitfd OK 1!)27 personal property tax of Klaus WihlxTi and County Trean> urer be Instructed to collect principal. Ayes: all. Motion by Kulgfinun and second by Funnemork that following open dltcli right-of-way ciuim he allowed: lary Krl«K«=r and llarney Krlegiir (Ma r y Mitel ell & f]..,,. Hi-ach, Adm.) ' O. H. CBETZMEl'EK, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Oalbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688. Algona. Iowa. P. V. JAN8E, M. D. PHYSICIAN & BURGEON Office on South Dodge Bt Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 668. MELVIN G. BOUBNK. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bdg. Phones Office 197 Res. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocalne used for extraction Located over Christensen Store. Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA. IOWA DR. C. D. 8CBAAP. DENTIST Qinnby Bldg. pnoae Ilk Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W Po« Dr. J. a Wlnke Office 220 west State Street. Office Phone 47S-W Res. 475-B Algona. Iowa. L. M. MBHKrrr MertMu * Fanefml Dlnctw Phone Mo U Algona. Iowa .-A.-K. Jt. No. 1 No .Acrcu SWVi 31-34-29 .................. 8.34 Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by McDonald that a refund of $4.00 be given Hugh Lewis, Ledyard Tp. because of being: erroneouHly taxed twice In 1932 for poll tax. Ayvx: all. Motion by Kunnumurk and second by flalft'inan that Secondary Itoad Petl- Honu No. 258 and No. 259 bts placed on MlB. Ayes: all. Motion bv Kumiemurk and second by McDonald thai lli-lken be appointed aa committee to iiiuku necutitmry rcpuiru on Dr. 121. Ayes. all. Motion by lialgeman and second by McDonald that County Hecorder tu given an additional hudKet requirement to the amount of |6!iO 00 because of his original tiudKet estimate being too small to meet the year's expense. Ayeu: all. Motion by Helken and second by Bal- Kvman that an allowance of 15.00 per month be given Henry Meyer and wife of I.otts Creek T|>. beginning December 1, 1933. Ayes: all. On motion IJuurd udjuurned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m. Board of Supervls- urt* met pursuant to adjournment with ail members present. Million by Punnemurk and second by BalKeinait that county treasurer bo Instructed lo transfer 12376.00 from D. D. No. 99 t.< I>. I). No. 90 Iminedlatuly because of erroneous pouting in 1923. Aves: all. Motion bv llelkeii and second by McDonald that County Treasurer be li ttorcled to transfer H25.29 from D. D. No. 130 to IX D. No. 135 because of erroneous jjostlnK In 1925. Ayes: all. Motion by Funnemark und second by BalRelnan that County Treasurer be Instructed to transfer $65.95 from D. D No. 12(1 to D. D. No. 129 und to transfer $129 33 from D. D. No. 129 to 1) D No. 8< because of erroneous post- irijf In 1920 and 1922. Ayes: all. Motion by Ht-iken and second by Mc- Donulil that County Treasurer be Instructed to tiun.^fer $9660 from County Fund to D. D. No. HI because of erroneous transfer made in 1919. Ayes: nil. Motion by McDonald and second by Bulgemaa that County Treasure!' bo Instructed to transfer $15 50 from County Fund to D. D. 148 because of erroneous posting lu 1919. Ayes: all. 19119 1930 1931 1932 Motion by Funnemark and second by Helken that County Treasurer be Instructed to transfer $22.63 from D. D. No. 87 to D. D. No. 134 because of erroneous posting; In 1925. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Funnt'inurk that County Treasurer ba Instructed to transfer $28.35 from D. D. No. 24 to I). IX No. 124 becausa of erroneous iiiistlng In 1921. Ayes: all. Motion by Punnemurk and second by Balgeman that County Treasurer be Instructed to transfer $760 from IX D. No. 31 to IX IX No. 124 because, of erroneous posting in 1924. Ayes: all. Afotion by McDonald arid second by Helken tt.at County Treasurer be Instructed to transfer $24.75 from D. D| No. 140 to General County Fund because of failure to make transfer In 1916. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Funnemark that County Treasurer b« instructed to transfer $18.95 from D. IX No. 152 to D. D. No. SO because of erroneous pouting In 19'jl. Ayes: alt Motion by Funnemark und second by HalKeinan that County Treasurer be In- utructed to transfer $20(1 74 from IX P. No. 139 to I). D. No. Hi because ot erroneous posting In 1921. Ayes: all. Motion by Ral^eman and «ecnnd by Helken that County Treasurer be instructed to transfer $3S 75 from n. D. No. K,9 to Secondary Hoail Maintenance Fund bccuustvof overpayment of as.^f.ssinenl. Ayes.'l&H. Motion by McDonald ami second by Funnemark that County Treasurer fcu Instructed to transfer $14 SO from County Fund to I). D. No. 151 becausu of erroneous posting in 1919. Aye<>: all. Motion by Funnemark and second by BalKcnian that County Treasurer bo Instructed to transfer $42.35 from IX U. No. 166 to D. D. No 151 because of er- loneous posting In 1915. Aves: all. On motion Board adjourned "Sine Die." Minutes of last regular session anj all adjourned sessions approved ai lead. CHAS. UORRI.S. Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary.

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