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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1934 WEST BEND FIVE LOSES TO BODE; , PLAYONFRIDAy WWttemore is Next Opponent; West Benders Met Bradgate, Tuesday West Bend; The Bode basketball teams came up Friday evening and defeated the West Bend teams in two bard fought games. The girls team was handicapped by the absence of Helen Watson, a first team guard, who *as out because of Illness. The score was 26 to 23. The boys' score was 28 to 23. The locals were at the small «nd of the score until the first half •od brought their score up toward the end but failed to get ahead In the finals. Bradgate played here Tuesday evening, and a real scrappy game la expected Friday evening when the local teams will play the Whlttemore teams, there. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mikes spent New Tears in Plover visiting Mrs. Mikes' parents. Clifford Munson left Monday even- Ing for Cedar Rapids to enter a business college. The Parml Nous bridge club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Foley Thursday evening. Miss Oezlna Schutter left Tuesday •venlng for Cedar Rapids where she IB attending Coe College. Gloria Mikes has been suffering with a cold that settled in her ear and gathered and broke causing her much pain. Oscar Rlley and Jake Bauman went to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Monday where they are taking treatments from a specialist. Paul and Bennle Mlnger of Los Angeles, California, came early Sunday morning to attend the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Barton. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderegg, Tuesday, January 2. There Is much rejoicing over such a fine New Years gift. Mrs. R. E. Ttasley and daughter, Natalie, returned to Chicago Sunday evening after a holiday visit at the B. F. McFarland home. ' Rev. F. W. Whltford drove to Sioux City Tuesday and took his daughters, Thelma and Grace to their school duties at Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. George Losen of Thor were visiting friends in town Friday evening. Mrs. Losen was formerly Miss Marlam Ben, the girls' basketball coach here for three years. George Post Is quite ill with heart trouble. He fell from his chair Tuesday morning while eating breakfast. He is confined to his bed, and is finding it hard work to stay there although he Is Almost 82 years old. Mrs. u. G. Edgington had the misfortune to fall and break a bone in her lorearm Tuesday morning. She started to go from her home to the Dunn Cafe and when near the light plant decided the walks were too Icy to go farther and so went back home. When almost there she fell with the above results. She has been suffering intense pain but Is some better now. The Bay View Literary club met at the home of Mrs. J. C. Kongsback Tuesday afternoon. The roll call was Noted Women and Their Vocations. Nine members were present. Mrs. C. C. Miller reviewed the book, "Twin Lights" and this proved very Interesting. "Antarctic's Most Interesting Citizen," by Mrs. Frank Leonke, telling about the penguin, was enjoyed. The club then adjourned. The funeral of Mrs. Marie Mlnger Barton, 24, who lived here as a girl, was held Sunday at the Apostolic church at one o'clock and burial was in the church cemetery. She died on Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona, of the flu and pneumonia. She Is survived by her husband, E. Barton of Phoenix, her father, E. G. Mlnger and four brothers, Paul and Bennie of Los Angeles, California, and Leo and William of Peoria, Illinois. Ledyard Five in Close Game With Fenton Town Team middle of last week foljowlng a ten days' visit here with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Burch. David has been employed by Henry Looft for the past year or longer. Banns for the approaching marriage Ledyard: The town basketball team ! of Miss Carolyn Garman, daughter of played the Fenton town team here on j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garman, to Ru- Thursday night and were defeated 28 to | dolph Klllan, were published for the 25. Those who played for Ledyard were: Frank Moulton. Elmer Zlelske, A. E. tauritzen, Harold Gfanner, Paul Nltz, Ervln Kllnkslek and Bill Wlem- er. C. E. Woods, et al, refund deposits 8.00 first time Sunday by the Rev. A. J. Wagner at the St. Joseph's Catholic church. Miss Helen Funnemark, who spent her Christmas and New Year's vacation here wtth her parents, Mr. and Alice Hagge has been ill the past Mrs. Olaf Funnemark, left early Mon- I week with "the mumps. ' I day morning for Rake to continue her Juanita TTnderkWler spent the week Aching in the home economics de- end nt her home in Britt. Mrs. George Thompson has been H. LiohU-r et al, labor ........ 14.40 George Holtzbauer, material . . 6.00 Western Union, service ........ 3.44 Ernst Thiel, meter reading ____ 18 03 Cresco-Union Electric Co., sign 2.35 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., service .. 13.85 Skelly Oil, gas and oil ........ 3.83 Standard Oil Co., gas and oil 12.48 H. W. Post, ftt and dray 20.13 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary — 54.00 IT. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54 00 ChftS. Kuhn et al, special police 7.20 Thos. Akre, mdse 5.33 Thos. Akre, rent 10.42 Ralph Elbcrt, repairs 17.75 National Safe Protector Co., mdse 27.50 Mid-Continent Petroleum, gas and oil 12.77 Mid-Continent Petroleum, pas Honey Crop Good 1 St. Joe: Joe Stattleman reports the honey crop as good this year. From his six swarms of bees, Joe took 140 quarts of honey and more than enough was left for the bees' winter supply. Here's the first shot for 1934. Second tire for $1.00. Just buy one tire at the standard list price and get the second tire for $1.00.—Gamble Stores. 2 Dependable Wiring Eliminates Fire Hazard If the wiring in your home is antiquated, have us make it modern. DO YOU NEED FIXTURES? Come in and pick them out today. Prices consistent with good workmanship and merchandise. PRATT ELECTRIC Phone 170 Algona, Iowa. 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W It 1* not even necessary to oaang* oil or grease — although clean oil and grease 1* alway* better __ ADD EASY SHIFT _ HY be bothered with hard shifting: gears? Wtiy tufcu a chance of burn til out bearings through a froxen oil uumpT Why wear out storage butturiea trying to start a motor with a thick oil drug? Junt add "EASY SHIFT" to oil — and PRESTO — the thickest, stillest kind of oil and gieuse Immediately becomes liquid and free flowing. local your dealer Average Compute service Sa.OO ger, pint 50o—*er gallon «3-SO Sasy »nlf* »»f*. O», iai7_W^tocn*t, Bes Koines. Iowa. Easy Shift is Sold and Serviced b> Kohlhaa* Brat, Garage, Phone 200. Deldutch Super Service—Phone 33 Elbert Garage, Phone 612. Helberg Garage, Phone 41. in the past week with the flu. Helen Jensen of Buffalo Center visited at the Yahnke home last week. Harold Granner refereed a basketball game at Whittemore Friday night. D. A. Carpenter and L. A. Nitz were business callers In Mason city on Friday. Alice Weaver is assisting with the house work at the Charles Bashara home. The M. E. choir practice will be held Thursday evening at the H. A. Mayne home. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney of Burt called at the Blanche Jenks home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen were called to Jewell Friday by the illness of Mr. Jensen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Har- partment. Members of the Study club met at the home of Mrs. Vincent Daughn on Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered by naming a masterpiece or ft painter. The lesston on "Art of Oil Painting," was under the leadership of Mrs. John Amesbury. The hostesses served a very nice lunch. The American Legion Auxiliary held its first meeting of the year last Thursday night with Mrs. Will Carman, hostess. January is Legislation month and ft program Is being arranged Tor at the next meeting. Mrs. Aldrlch, Fldac and National Defense chairman, will also prepare a lesson on National Defense for the next meeting night, January 18. R V. Klooz, coach In the public school here spent several days of last week visiting friends here and at Algona. While here he was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury. Mr. Klooz attended summer school a* the C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., frt. on oil 366.63 , incl oll . .. S. J. Backus, P. M., box rent . .75 N w Bell Tele ' Co"srrvlcp ' 1 ^ S. J. Backus, P. M., envelopes . 111.20 M . J Duffr, Co rVeaf Taxes'' 3871 Bolsford Lumber Co., coal .... 32.25 Frlc Ne , son -_ sl( , cw «i ks V... /_ /..; 58 ' 70 H. R. Cowan & Son, repairs .. 72.80 Hazard & Waller, printing .. 10.97 Kennedy & Parsons Co.. mdse. 4.30 AdvBt)cc Publishing p r1n t in g .. 22 .40 Mi»t Parrott ft Soiw Co.. mdse. 18.58 j p . w Lnshbrook, salary ..... 70.00 Panama Carbon Co., mds* 8.25 . Trs5( , Lnshbrook, salary 35 00 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. 89.50 Elllott Sknllr)(?- mnn n j ld tpnm 33M Matenal Co., mdse 18.43 . EIllort sknilnK , mnn Bnd tcnm m40 vey visited Sunday at the C. E. Camp- I Upper Iowa University at Payette and bell home near Seneca. j enrolled for more work in the fall, re- Mr, and Mrs. George Thompson and sons spent New Years at the P. I. Chapman home in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson and Patty Mae returned home Friday after a two weeks' visit In Ellsworth. The Stanford Achievement tests were given in all grades from first to ninth inclusive last Wednesday. This week is the last week in the first semester and semester tests will be given Thursday and Friday. Roy Marquis left, this week for Jackson, Minnesota, where he will visit at the home of an aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and daughter, visited Sunday at the Julius Jensen home near Buffalo Center. Mabel Kitley visited her sister, Genevieve here last week. Miss Kitley and Mr. Granner took her home Friday. Mrs. George Dunn has been 111 the past week wttti the flu. Lydla Junke- melr has ben there assisting with the work. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mayne and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne attended the funeral of Vestal Thackeray at Armstrong on Thursday. Mrs. Frank Redinger of Des Molnes visited at the home of her mother this past week. Mr. Redinger came for her Saturday. Rev. P. A. Sturm entertained the members of the Sacred Heart choir at a six o'clock dinner at his home last Tuesday evening. There was a card party held at the Sacred Heart parsonage last Thursday evening. A good crowd attended and a fine time was enjoyed. Darllne Schroeder, small daughter of and Mrs, .Barry Schroeder baa mmbnta tntrpast cciving his degree in Master of .Arts from the University about Thanksgiving time. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer entertained their evening bridge club Friday night with three tables of bridge in progress. The family prize for holding highest scores was a.wardcd to Mr. and Mr.s. Alfred Erdmann with second high going to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gootz were entertained as guests of the club. Mrs. Bauer served a very delicious repast at the close of the evening's entertainment. The week of prayer observed by the nembers of the Congregational church >egan this week Monday, meeting each afternoon at 1:30 at the home of the different members. The schedule for he week was: Monday at the Lester jarson home; Tuesday at the August Angstrom home; Wednesday at the Bias Skow home; Thursday at the Herman Carlson home and Friday at the Swan Nelson home. Rev. R. E. Berntsen was in charge as leader of the meetings. Willard Qregson, mnn nnd team 19.20 Willard C?reg. c on, mnn and team 14.40 Frank Skllllng, labor 42.90 W. S. Nott Company, mdse. .. 2.84 WesHnghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse 169.67 Warren Electric Company, mdse. 14.03 oiivn-" Bakken?'labor'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 24.00 Forber Petroleum Co., gas oil.. 286.85 Oliver Bakken, labor 1440 Johnson Oil Refining Co., gas oil 258.14 George Gunder. labor ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 43^50 10.00 13.35 White Eagle Oil Corp., lubricating oil 159.94 White Eagle Oil Corp., lubricating oil 32.39 General Electric Supply Corp., mrlse 372.91 Goulds Pumps, centrifuge 1385.00 Electric Supply Co., mdse. .. 28.90 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. . 16.30 Algona Ins. Agency, public liability 226.20 la. Mutual Liab. Ins. Co., workmen's compensation ins 56.45 H. N. Kruse, car insurance .... 30.60 Wm. Dehnert, filing saws 1.00 Water Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 65.00 Prank Ostrum, salary 115.00 Harry Barton, salary 101.00 Harry Barton, salary 10.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 95.00 Earl Bowman, saJary 78.00 and under the care of a doctor. Mrs. P. W. Recce has been seriously ill with pneumonia but is better at this writing. Miss Goodrich of Elmoro and Dr. Somers have been caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson visited at Sanborn over New Years. They returned last Monday night and Jack Peterson came with them and visited here all week. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke entertained the Methodist Aid on Thursday afternoon. Due to the Ice not a very large crowd attended but a good time was enjoyed by those present. Work haa been started In the senior high school on the declamatory contest. Pieces have been selected and training: begun under the direction of Miss Stranahan. Mr. and Mrs. Qua Anderson received word Saturday that their daughter, Evelyn, who Is employed In the telephone office in Chicago, had undergone en operation for appendicitis. Mike Keller, who resides south of town Is very seriously 111 at his home. His daughter, Elizabeth who is a registered nurse. Is caring for him. His brother, Matt of Vlncenes, Indiana, arrived last week to be at hla bedside. Mrs. Gladys Pugsley and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reece and children of Des Molnes visited over the week end at the P. W. and Ed Reece homes. Donald and Edwin Pugsley who have been visiting here since Christmas, returned home with their mother. WESLEY NEWS Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, December 28, 1933.— City council met in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things bills: allowed the following Electric Fund J. W. Kelly, salary $145.00 Leo Bellock, salary 129.00 Walter Gorman, salary 120.00 Tom Hmpln, salary 130.00 ftay Barton, salary . lOO.OX Ray Barton, salary 15.0C H. E. Stephenson, salary 115.00 C. C. Wright, salary 70.00 Adah. Carlson, salary 125.0( Ralph Elbert, repairs 3.15 Nelson Pipe Stop Co., mdse 17.75 Geo. Hanson, repairs 1.55 Nelson Hdwe., mdse 1.95 F. S. Norton & Son, coal 2.55 Skelly Oil Co.. gas and oil 7.45 Hugh Post. frt. and dray 7.80 Crane Company, mdse 56.21 Neptune Meter Co., mdse 21.50 Ittsburgh Equitable Meter Co., mdse 2.71 !. M. St. P. & P. Ry., frt. on pipe 486.81 James B. Clow & Sons, pipe ..1788.19 Algona Ins. Agency, public liability 75.40 a. Mutual Liability Ins., workmen's compensation ins 31.55 H. N. Kruse, car Insurance— 13.50 Sewer Fond J. W. Kelly, salary 25.00 Elliott Skllllng, man and team 19.20 Prank Skilling, labor 4.80 Oliver Bakken, labor 12.00 3corge Gunder, labor 7.20 Floy Davis et al, labor 48.98 Herbert Palmer et al, labor .. 4.00 Peter R. Chubb, labor 17.25 3agle Iron Works, mdse 17.60 Iowa Machinery Se Supply Co., mctee 14.96 George Hanscn, repairs 4.25 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse 17.50 P. S. Norton & Son, mdse ...387.97 J. W. Kelly, expense 11.68 H. W. Post, frt. and dray 1.69 Hotsford Lumber Co., md.se 343.35 Algona Ins. Agency, public liability ins 75.40 la. Mutual Llab. ins. Co., workmen's compensation 87.00 KoeButb County, drfttn Ul« .. 46.00 C. E. Chubb, engineering .... 139.50 General Fond Frank Green, salary 108.00 Frank Green, dogs 1,60 Jesse Umbenhower. care dump Wm. Myers, Jr., et al, labor Kohlhaas & Spilles. mdse 4.63 Chrlschllles & Herbst, mdse. .. ,19 Nelson Hdwe., mdse 25 P. S. Norton & Son, mdse 1.80 J. Greenberg, mdse 9.50 George Haraen, repairs 6.45 B. A. Thorpe, repairs 6.57 Ross E. Coleman, gravel 7.50 ! Fred Baumgartner, gravel .... 8.40 Skelly Oil Co., mdse 5.05 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 210.55 Peter R. Chubb, labor 1.60 H. N. Kruse, car insurance 27.10 la. Mutual Liab. Ins. Co., workmen's compensation ins 161.94 Algona Ins. Agcy., public liability 75.40 Fire Fond C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 H. N. Kruse, truck insurance . 52.00 Swimming Pool In. Mutual Llab. Ins. Co., workmen's compensation ins 4.89 Algona Building & Loan Association Inc. 1917 Authorized Capital $1,000,000.00 This Assoelntion has always paid their regular dividends of not less than 6 on cent on Installment shares and 5 per cent on paid-up shares. Assets Over $138,000.00 Over Four Hundred Accounts holding shares in asscciatlon. Unusual safety through conservatively appraised city real estate loans is your security. Loans are First Mortgage Loans reducing each month and fully insured Investments in building and loan shares can be made at any time in any amount. Your earnings start at once. Our Association Is state supervised and Is n membor of the Federal Home Loon Bank. We Invite your inquiries. Algona Buildiner & Loan Association 7 North Poflfre St. C. R. M»B»rre, Sec'y Typewriter ribbons at this office. Mrs. Arlo Dawson was ill and confined to her home for several days the past week and over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt spent part of Thursday here bidding some of their many friends goodbye before leaving for Florida the latter part of the week. Miss Josephine Lawler of Minneapolis arrived here last week Tuesday for a week or ten days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Vincent Daughn and family. Miss Margaret Flom left for Northfield, Minnesota, over the week end to continue her school duties at the St. Olaf College, where she Is majoring in English. Miss Mildred Benton returned to Emmetsburg over the week end to continue her work in the kindergarten department following her two weeks' vacation with home folks. The Olaf Funnemark family were guests at the Ole Flom home Thursday nifrht for dinner honoring Miss Anna Flom, who this day celebrated one of her birthday anniversaries. Members of the Royal Neighbor lodge are extending an invitation to the public to attend their card and dance party to be held at their lodge hall next Tuesday night, January 16th. R. B. Hopkins, who was confined to hla home for two weeks or longer with the flu and complications, was able to make his first trip up town and to his "old stand" at the depot Saturday. Miss Anna Johnson returned to Boone Saturday to be in readiness for the opening of heir school Monday morning. Anna spent two weeks vaca- I tlon with her *istm in the Wesley community. David Burch returned to S«*ca the IN THE D1KTIUCT COUHT OF IOWA IN AND KOIl KOSSUTH COUNTY JANUAHY TERM, A. D.. 1934 THE EQUITABLE MFE AS-) SU1SANCR SOCIETY OF) TUB UNITED STATES, ) Plaintiff) VII. ) John P. IletderscheliU, ad-) mlnlstrutor of the Estate of) Michael Helderscheldt. De-) ceased; Adam Helder«cheldt;) Mathew Helderscheldt; Mug-) gte Simon; Kathryn Jucum.) otherwise known as Juchen;) Husle Andre: Annie Mar-) nach; Mary Forman; Valen-) tine Dieter; Mike Dieter;) Tonla Dieter; Kathren Die-) tor: Valantlne Helderscheldt;) Joe Helderscheldt: John) Helderscheldt; Charlie Held-) erscheldt; Mike Holder-) cheldt; Adam Helderscheldt;) Katie Helderscheldt Wag-) ier; Dora Helderscheldt) Wagner; Mike Von Bank;) Peter Von Bank; Nick Von) Dank; Joe Von Bank; I.lz-) f\e Schaller; Katie Von) IJnnk; Hose Stalleman or) Slattleman: Mary Orlgner or) Orlger; Maggie Yackley;) 'ohnnlo Heiderscheldt; John) Urrkhimer; Kossmh County;) Mrs. Henry Honnstetter,) (inietf known as Katie) llonnstetter; Mrs. Eugene) Welter, sometimes known usHKIKilN Al, ;le \Veltev; Mrs. .*ake)N<»Tll'E Murit, sometimes known as) Anna Marll; Airs. lllrarn) Hies, Kometlrm-H known as) Mary Hies. Mrs. George) "dialler, sometimes known) is Huslo Schaller; Mrs.) "•iirl Satern, some times) known as Veronica Rat-) •MI; Henry Marnuch; Mm.) [,011 Oabrlelson, soinetlnieu) known as Lena Gabrlolson;) Mike Marnach; En«ene) Miirnacli; Mm. Matt Hent-) sometimes known as) K'atie HentKea; Kmma Ju-) ckurn, .sometlnu-s known as) lOrnina Juohern; Henry Ju-) kuni, xiunetlme.s known as) Henry Jiichcin; Thomas Ju-) ckutn. Bonictlmes known as) riuitnas Jiichcin; Adam Ju-) <-kurn. sometimes kntiwn as) Ailam .luchem; John Juok-) nm. ^nmetinu'.s known as) .John .luchem; Mrs. Peter) ^ujiK visei« i a, s<>met iniL-s) known as Mrs. Peter Oape-) i-ins; Peter Cupsuscles.) sonietlmes known as Peter) C.Y.|>eslus; Matt Hf-nth'es. Di'TenilantR.) | TO SAID DKI-'KNOANT: HENRY MAMNACH. Vuu and oat-h of you are hereby notl- hV<l thut there l.s noxv on file In the .•ITIce of (he fieri; of the District Court of Kopsulh County. Iowa, the, M-tltlon of tile PhiliillUr, clalmlriB of you. the sum of fti.mni.oo on uct>i>unt of ycur prtunl-SHory rmte daU-,1 May 17. 1927, orlKlnully K'veii to the Collins >TurI^fme Companv. and endorsed to tho PlMlntllT herein: also for tie foreclosure of the real estate niortKatfe tdven to secure the. above described note, which inortgaKe wus oriL, r i nail v given tu the Collins MortKBKv Compuny and assli{n- eJ to the Plaintiff herein, together with Interest on s;iid note and penalty thereupon aa provMed In tald note and morltfayre ^Iveo to secure It: also fee» for the extension of the abstract. attorney fees, costs and taxes: provided bv tliu terms of said moitKuKe. which rnortgage covered the following described real estate. In Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wlt: The South Half of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section 19, Township 94. RaiiKe 2'J. West of the 6th P M, contain n« 76 acres more or less, according to tha Government Survey thereof: and la recorded In Hook 98. Page 320, ,^f thp records of Kossuth County, Towa- Petltlon will also ask for the culars, see Petition. Personal Judgment Is demanded against no one. And unless you appear and defend on or before noon of tho second day of the January Term of the District Court of Kossuth County, to he held at Al- Kona. Iowa, commencing on the 29th oay of January, 1934, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon. BARNES, BARNES & WADSWORTH, 1-4 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Notice of Sheriff's Sale BTATR OF 1 IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY. 83. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In said Court on the llth day of December, 1933, In favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of the City of New York, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against Northwest Quarter (NVVy) of section twenty-Hve (26) Township 96. North, Hange 27, west of the 6th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, as defendant, for Iho sum of Twenty One Thousand .Six Hundred Forty-one and 36-100 ($31,541.36) Dollars and cost, taxed at Two Hundred Highly Two ami 31-100 ($282.11) Hollars and accruing costs. 1 have "evled upon tto. following described real irnperty as the property of the said "leorjff W. Kcovell. Tlllle KooVolI, et al o satisfy said execution, to-wlt: The Northwest QiHirtr-r (NW'i) of section Iwenlv-Mvi! (L'f>) Township Ninety-five, (!l!i>, North, liange t wi-nt y-seven (27), west of the f>th P, M., Kossuth County, Iowa. And I will proceed tn sell said nro- erty, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs anil accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash. In hand, on the 2:ird day of January. 1!K(4, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. of said day. when and where due attendance, will he given by the undersigned. Hated this 23rd day of December, CART. DAHUfAPrtKH. Sheriff of Kossiilh County, Iowa. Tly CASKY l.OK.S. Deputy. Hurt J. Thompson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 1-2 OF riinpnsKii *>II;MMII:\T To AHTiri.r.H OK IM oiii-im vru>\ OF KOSSUTH CO. A(;illCt l/l'l U VI, ASS'*. Anteudnieut to Article HI The <iuall I Icatlon of inumhershf p In this Association shall he as follows: Any qualified voter of Kossuth County, Io\vu may become a member of Ilils Association anil be entitled to all the rights and privileges. Article V The corporate power of tl.ls association shall be vested In a board of live directors, who shall be elected by ihu voters present at any animal meeting, or special meeting called for tho purpose of such election. These directors shall serve until their successors are elected and qualified. The directors elected following Ihu adoption of these articles shall serve as follows: Two for ono year: two for two years; one for three years. The, legular term of office of directors shall be three years. Vacancies may he filled by the board of directors for tie unexplred term. Three members shall constitute a quorum to transact business. The officers of this association shall be u president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. The president and vice president shall be elected by tho board of directors from Its members. The secretary ttnd treasurer shall be chosen by the board of directors arid shall cot be members of the board. 1-2 Even With Bills on Your Mantle You Can Afford a New Suit We know that January is a hard month on everyone . .. and that you arc apt to be feeling as tlio' an elephant had tramped on your pockctbook. But we know you'd like a new suit . . . and we're making it possible for this stock to be inventoried by you instead of us. At $18.50 we are offering style and fabric values that arc strong enough to commandeer the last $18.50 in any checkbook. 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