Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1931
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six Plate Glass Do not send away for auto glass. We undersell mail order houses on glass and serve you while you wait. JOE GREENBERG WHITE'S GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specia — —™"^» Lau§hlin's f^-jrr e & h, COFFEE SERVICE . Blended-for-Flavor COFFEES 3 Ibs. 99i Coffee $1.00 5 dozen Clothes Pins Free. 3 Ibs. Merido Coffee 90c 5 dozen Clothes Pins Free. 3 Ibs. Gem Coffee 75c 5 dozen Clothes Pins Free. MRS, MACAULEY, BURT, IS DEAD; ILL FOR YEARS Rurt. Mar. 10—Mrs. Pnul Mncmi- ley died Saturday at 5 n. m., f allow- inp :in Illness of several years. She hud been confined to bed many months. Henri trouble and compli- cat Ions caused drath. ' Mrs. Mucnuley's'maiden name was !n-'-co Manor, nnd she'was born No- |v(-;';iber 3>X 1S71. at Arkansaw, U'is., 1 tho yi.uns.-st of n large family of 'children. On June 29. 1892. she was Imiirrif-d. The Macauleys never had • i-h'ldivn. but they reared two neph- ; , p,;,i nm i Vaughn Manor. i 'ivr-toon years ngo the family • n-e to Hurt, and Mr. Macaulcy has • vov sinro boon buttermaker here, "rc't't for ;x few months spent In : \v ! .«consln. ! V short funeral service was held] ••. th<> home at 7:30 Sunday morn-| \r.:-. .-ifter which the body was taken j i..' Menominee, Wis.. where funeral ^•vvices wore hold at an Episcopal clu'-ch .Monday and burial was made. Paul M-eAauloy. Mr. and Mrs. Paul llnn.ir. Tenold, and Arlcne Steward :-r."':ipanied the body. Undertaker H. i'. Reimcr, Algona, and C. H. Chlpm:in took the body to Mc- nominee, rotir.-i-'ng Sunday night. Mrs. MacAuley was the fifth of her family of brol)v"-s and sisters to die within six mont!i«. She had for many years been a Hurt R°bekah. Getting Rid of the Undesirables Start the Chicks Right Are the first hundred years the hardest? Perhaps not in a chick's life, but the kind of feed they get in the first few weeks determines the health and vitality of the bird. The Ames All-Mash Starter and Growing Mash, with its ten perfectly balanced ingredients, including buttermilk and cod liver oil, supplies all the health- giving vitamins necessary for quick growth. Our chick mash is always freshly mixed, which is necessary when cod liver oil is used. Try this: Give the Ames All-Mash Ration a real test. Check the results. Then you'll know the difference. Selling price: $2.65 per cwt. in single sacks, $2.50 in 5-sack lots or more. Northwestern Elevator E. R. RISING jrethoillsls Rclioiirso at Alg'oim—• A number of Hurt people went to Algona Sunday afternoon to rehearse for a music festival this week Tuesday evening at the Algona Methodist church: the Rev. and -K. J. E. Clifton, daughter Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. .T. H. Graham, Misses Warner and Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stow, Myron Chipman, Edwin Mnnus, Vera Chipman, Norma Bettin, Lucille Sewick, Ada Schwietert. I'.-T. A. Will Meet Tonight— A Parent-Teacher association meeting will be held at the schoolhouse this week Thursday evening, and the program will include: ba rhythm, 3rd and 4th grades;; demonstration, Boy Scouts; Review of President's Message; Stepping Stones, Mrs. J. E. Clifton; Food Fallacies, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe; Playground Gardens, Mrs. William Weisbrod, Fenton; men's quartet. New Bank Cashier Arrives— The N. I. Morness family has moved to Mrs. L. Sheldon's house, recently vacated by the L. W. Olsons. The Curtis Holdings and Mrs. Emma Hawcott have moved into Mrs. Hawcott's house, where the Morness family formerly lived. J. F. Heaney, Ledyard, moved Saturday into the house vacated by the Hold- Ings. Mr. Heaney is cashier of the new bank. Bounded up by Immigration authorities, these aliens are some of n large group being put on board n ferry boat at New York for shipment to Ellis Island, where they are held In detention until shipped back to their homelands. For one reason or another they are all considered "undesirable." McDonald homes, and Mrs. Nelson remained for n few days. B. V. Daniels, daughter Bertha, L, R. Daniels, and his daughter Arlene visited at the Cunningham home at Algona Sunday. Bertel Ask, Montevideo, Minn., came last week Wednesday for a few clays with his aunt, Mrs. N. I. Morne.ss. Mr. and Mrs. Irving' Kreiger, Woden, have moved to the Stone farm, recently vacated by the August Bol- lingers. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow and Lucille Sewick attended an aluminum meeting at Jewell Junction Saturday. Clara Shaw entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her niece Lottie Hawcott's birthday. The .1. O. Isenbergers spent 8fce week-end with the son Paul at Lattimer. The Birthday Circle met last Thursday at Mrs. AY. B. Pratt's. Mrs. Julius Briggs has been visiting her daughter at Thor. Floyd Shackelford, Goldfleld, was a week-ender here. crew has sawed still at work. • 18000 feet and is (Ico. Winter's Mother ln!<l Up—• George Winter left Friday for Cedar Falls, and thence to Independence to see his mother, S3, who has been bedfast with a broken hip for some months. Farmer liroaks Collar Hone— William WIrtJes broke n collar bone recently, when he jumped out of a wagon as his team ran away. | Board Proceedings 11. F. Elviilge's Itirthday Observed— A group of friends went to R. F. Elvlclge's Friday evening to help him celebrate a birthday. The evening was spent at bridge. Guests* were P. W. Kollasches, the Wyott totts, the C. B. Sigabees, the Henry iwoldts, the J. G. McDonalds, the '.. A. Bleichs, Mrs. Maude Hanna, Isther Olson, and Luella Bleich. SMORE THAN A WRINGER Tune In tiic Maytag 32adio Hour over N. B. C. Coaat to Coait Blue Network —Every Monday 9:00 P.M. E.S.T. — 8*0 C.S.T. — 7:00 M.T.—6:00 P. C.T , The Maytag Roller Water Remover with large flexible top roll and large firm bottom roll wrings all parts of the garment evenly dry. Enclosed, self- reversing drain and automatic tension. The rolls may be quickly separated five and a half inches between centers. Exclusively Maytag—superior to all other methods of drying. NEV MAYTAG TABLE IRONER Can be used wherever there is an electric wall plug. Has rapid-heating AlakromeThermoplate—an exclusive Maytag feature. Phone for a trial home washing. If theMaytagdoesn't sell itself, don't keep it. Divided payments you'll never miss. THE MAYTAG COMPANY—Founded 1893—Newton,low* Permanent Northwestern Factory Branch, Maytag North, Minneapolis, A. K. CLIFF—Utility Shop Old Modern Dry Cleaners Building Phone 791 ARMSTRONG—Corner Hdw. Co. BANCROFT—Smith Maytag Co. FBNTON—W. E. Stocber. tAKOTA—Walter W. Uosenan. 1U VEHNE—C. H. Llchty A S«n. SWEA CITY—A. B. Tweeten. WESLEY—lease & lease. WUITTEMOEE—J. M. Native logs Sawed for Lumber— A lumber-sawing outfit from E more Is busy at August Gutknecht'; west of town, cutting up tree orty at, Lutheran Y. P. Meet— Forty persons attended a young eople's meeting at the Lutheran lurch last week Tuesday evening, hey included young people from "tairvllle and Emmeteburg. The Rev. Ir. Grummer, of Lattimer, gave an ddress. . G. Yolentlnos 25 Yeurs Wed— A large group "of neighbors and lends surprised the A. G. Volen- .nes Saturday evening and helped hem celebrate their 25th wedding nniversary- The daughter, Win- ome, who teaches at Sanborn, was ere. Legion Auxiliary Tics Quilt— The Legion Auxiliary met last veek Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. E. Hanson's. A quilt was tied and arpet rags sewed. FORMER LAKOTA WOMAN VICTIM OF ERYSIPELAS Lakota, Mar. 10—This community was shocked last Thursday morning by newe of the death from erysipelas of Mrs. Lawrence Wolcott, 49, Mankato. She was taken sick only the Monday before. The family Is In quarantine for scarlet fever. Edwin Wolcott came here from Igona last Thursday morning, and E. Wortman accompanied him to dankato. The body was brought ere Friday, and interment was made in the Maple Hill cemetery be- ide the graves of three children. Mrs. Wolcott's maiden name was ithel Peshia, and she was married i 1899. The Wolcotts lived here ill a year ago. Besides the husband en children survive, two married, 16 rest at home, the youngest only Mrs. Wolcott's father, William D eshia, lives in Chicago. Out of town relatives here for the uneral were the Henry Elvidges, Callender; Mrs. Eunice • Johnson, Gowrie; the son Edwin, of the Kent lotor Co., Algona, and his wife; he daughter Genevieve, Mrs. Lloyd ae, and her husband, and the Doctor Naae family, Graettinger. 't'ters Itrothcrs Lose Relative— Dr. W. T. Peters and his brother, V. A. Peters, left Sunday for Wak- sola, S. D., to attend the funeral of i brother-in-law. it, Patrick's Supper I'luiined— The Aid will serve a St. Patrick's lay supper at the -church parlors next week Tuesday evening. Other Burt. Mrs. F. E. Rubey and her daughter drove up from Ames Saturday ind took Mr. Rubey home with them for the week-end. They expect to move to Burt within a few weeks Mr. Rubey being an official of the new bank here. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Olson and Mrs Josle Knudsen returned to Storj City last week Monday, after a daj or two at Dr. H. S. Van Vrankin's Mr. Olson und Mrs. Knudsen are Mrs. Van Vrankin's brother and sister. The F. L. Ryersons spent the week-end with Mrs. Ryerson's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Me Whorter, Osage, and called on Mrs Lillian Jones, who recently had an operation at the Park hospital, Ma son City. The C. I. Mansmiths, Ledyard moved Saturday into the Mrs. Marj Stewart house. The W. R. Carneys who had been living there, movec into part of Mrs. Matilda Pommer ening's house. Jerry Trainer came up from For Dodge Saturday for Sunday wit local relatives, and Mary Fail-bank came with him for the week-enc with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts am Editor and Mrs. W. W. Sturdivant Wesley, attended a Rebekah meet ing here last Thursday evening, an Mrs. Butts heard a class In umvrlt ten work. Mrs. Aurllla Coffin came horn Sunday from Algona, where she ha spent several days with her daugh ters, Mrs. -W. E. McDonald and Mre H. E. McMurray. Myrtle Schwietert came up from Des Moines Friday to visit till Sun day with her parente, Mr. and Mrj W. H. Schwietert. She is attendin a business college. Mrs. Donald Weir, Mrs. W. Peters, and Mrs. Maude Hanna at tended a county woman'a club fed eration meeting at Lakota last wee Tuesday. The B. C. Nelsons came, up from Fort Dodge Saturday to visit at th Other Lnkota. The J. U. Johnsons and Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Blomgren, Kanawha, were Sunday guests of the Rev. F. O. Johnsons. Mrs. Harold Morgan and Bonita Morgan, Britt, teachers at Kanawha, and Gerhard Thompson, Belmond, spent Saturday with the Johnsons. Coder Bros., each of town, enter- xined their father, N. G. Coder, S3, leir sisters, Mrs. H. E. McCormick nd Nellie Coder, and two nephews week ago Saturday to Monday, 'he visHors all live near Cedar Rap- Is. The Harold Pierces and Pearl Istle spent Sunday with Mrs. ierce's parents, the Keesees, at iMlsworth. The Harry Moes visited [r. Moe's mother near Lake Crys- il. Julia Leisveld, Leona Meyer, and 'etcr Bruer went to Laredo, Mo., 'riday to visit friends. Wade Ball, 'ho had been visiting relatives lere, accompanied them back. Emma Gutknecht and Emma haves went to Mason City Friday nd .brought home Lena Gutknecht or the week-end. She went back unday evening via Algona. The E. R. Worleys went to Maon City Saturday to visit the M. H. Baileys and spend Sunday with E. 's brother, still in a hospital at [ampton. Mrs. William Turley's mother, Irs. Jenswold, who Is visiting here, •as seriously ill last week, confined o her bed with heart trouble. The Martin Beckers, Algona, pent Saturday at Peter L. Koplen's. Martin and M^s. Koppen are n-other and sister, Mrs. A. Q. Smith spent last week ,t Montgomery with her daughter, Vlra. Roy Farrington, who Is not in good health. Henrieta Idlest and Mrs. Louise Schmltt went to Garner a week ago S'eedlunn Home is Remodeled— L. J. Needham is having some remodeling done at his house. As soon s it is finished the family will move lere from Estherville. Airs. Eaken vho had been housekeeper for Mr N'eedham a year, has returned to ler home at Sibley, and her daughter Elizabeth, who had been attend- ng school here, accompanied her. Five Visit Hospital Patient— Mesdames F. O. Johnson, Georgena Noble, F. G. Torino, R. B. Hamquist, and J. H. Warburton visited Mrs. Samuel Warburton, of Swea !ity, patient at a Fairmont hospital ast week Wednesday. Mrs. AVarbur ton, who recently underwent an op eration for tumor, wae recovering and she hoped to go home soon. Boy's Collar none Broken — Francis, only son of Mr. and Mrs Perry Torine, near Swea City, wa riding home from school on a true] one day last week, and when the truck turned a sharp curve he fel off and broke one of his collar bones His mother Is in a hospital at Iowa City, having had an operation 01 one of her arms. S. S. Teachers Attend School- All teachers in the local Methodis Sunday school attended a teacher training school at Buffalo Cente last week Tuesday evening. Ther was a total attendance of 60. Muc interest is being shown in the ses sions of the school. The next on will take place next week Tuesda evening. Win lu Contest — In a Forest City Methodist grou choir contest last Thursday evenin at Forest City the Lakota Methodis choir won first on mixed quarte second on solo, by Miss Hardin, an third on choir selection, Turn Y Even to Me. Odzin Hagen, pro fessor at Waldorf college, was crlt judge. Son for tho H. B. Browns _ Announcement waa received re cently of the birth of a son to M and Mrs. H. B. Brown, Cedar Fall February 25. This Is the couple first child. The Browns lived here few years ago, when Mr. Brown was superintendent schools. of the Lakot Henry Outknecht will use the lum ber In a -barn and a hog hovse. Th February 10, 1931, I Auditor's Office, February 10th, JM1 Board tit Supervisors of Kossuth county Met pursuant to adjournment with all Members, present. 'Motion by Helken and seconded by Morris that Chairman of: (Hoard*he Instructed to purchase a steel filing cabinet for social worker. Ayes; All. Bonrd proceeded to examine road programs filed by Trustees of the rations townships. On motion Hoard adjourned to one o'clock p. in. : Oiie o'clock p. m.--Board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that it. M. Smith, County Engineer, Is hereby Instructed to make a report of the roads to be Improved for 1931, taking Into consideration road program of township trustees In Kosstith county and to file said written report with this Board on or before February 10, 1931, and. County Auditor Is hereby Instructed to notify the representatives of each Township to meet as a board of approval at 10 o'clock a. m. 'February Wth, 11)31. Ayes: All, Motion by Morris and seconded by Funnemark that contract for now bridges and repair work of J. A. Roberts Is hereby renewed for 193^. Ayes: Motion by McDonald and seconded by Helken that assessor bond of W. J. 'Bourne for $500.00 Is hereby approved, Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Helken that Secondary Road petition No. 1W is hereby placed on file, Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that following refunds and abatements be allowed: John L. Ludwlg be refunded ?4.00 on road poll taxes turned over to County Treasurer Prairie township for 1930. That Jacob Zwelfel be refunded $15.'."i3 confl. tax, Fenton township, for 1929 on account of not being given credit for open ditch right-of-way claim In Sections 20 and 29, Fenton township. That taxes on lot n and West 43 ft. of lot G, block 85, Original plat Algona for 1929-1930 be abated $330.34 consl. on account of being city property. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Helken that Construction bond of Lafe Simmons on E-TC Jt. No. 2 Is hereby approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Ileiken that County Auditor be Instructed to 'call for bids for supplies for various county officers, fixing: March 3, 1931, at '1 p. m. as time for receiving bids. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that County Auditor be instructed to notify weed commisslon- rs to attend a meeting at Court louse In Algona, Iowa, at 9:30 a. m. n March 11, 1931, for the purpose of iscusslng methods used for eradlca- on of weeds. Ayes: All. On motion iBoard adjourned to nine 'clock a. m. February Iflth, 1931. BEIR1THA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor. February 19, 1931. Auditor's Office, February 10. 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth ounty met pursuant to adjournment vith all members present. Motion by McDonald and seconded y 'Funnemark that County Treasurer s hereby instructed to credit 2'X., mills evied for construction or mainte- iance fund to the construction fund, tyes: All. H. M. Smith, County Engineer, hav- ng filed his report In regard to the oads most urgently In need of con- truction. On motion by McDonald nd seconded by Morris that 'Board djourn to Court Room to meet with epresentatlves of various townships s a Board of Approval for the pur- ose of adopting a. road program for 931. Ayes: All. On motion iBoard adjourned to one 'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.—'Board met pursu- nt to adjournment with all members resent. Motion by Funnemark and seconded y (McDonald that County Auditor be nstructed to call for bids for cul- •erts, lumber, piling and spikes at 2 i. m. March 17th, 1931. Ayes: All. Motion by 'Funnemark and seconded iy Heiken that following official jonds be approved. Wm. iH. Rlcklefs, onstable; O. W. BergBren, assessor ach In the sum of $500.00. Ayes: All Motion by McDonald and secondec >y 'Funnemark that County Auditor )e paid the sum of $53.25 for tax sale ees on 355 certificates for 1929, 1930 931, on account of County Treasurer having erroneously credited* same to county fund when in fact same should have been paid to County Auditor Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded >y McDonald that soldiers' exemption of M. R. Wagner, Algona Inc., be dls allowed on account of ownership o' >roperty not being vested In M R unday to visit the Henry Schmitts. Emory Smith, who had been with outh Dakota relatives since Christmas, has come home. U. A. Dreesman, who had spent wo months in California, got home ast week Monday. Grandma Lester is seriously sick vt her daughter Mrs. Tony Schaf- 'er's. H. D. Mussman has been seriously sick a week. 8,000 Grapefruit Sold. Noting the story last week about .he number of cases of eggs received in trade at the w. A. White grocery Manager C. H. Chapman, of the A P. store said he could tell one too During the week ending February he sold no fewer than 8000 grapefruit. Gas Station Planned. Burt, Mar. 10—The Martin Grelss family, formerly near Bancroft moved last week Into the L. M Owen house. Mr. Greiss will operat' a service station to be built on the paving at .the northwest edge o: town by the Shell Oil company. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county. State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. One Certain Automobile, Defendant To R. H. Schoby: You are hereby notified that theri was on the 2Gth day of February, A D. 1931, an Information filed In th office of the Clerk of the Dletric Court against one certain automo bile described as follows: Chevrole 1930 coupe, Factory No. 43197, 193 license No. 55-3104. That said infor mation alleges that to the bes knowledge of the Informer it Is you property and that the same was on the-25th day of February used In th transportation of intoxicating liquor You are ( hereby further notlfiec .that the said Information filed In th above entitled court Is in compli ance with Section 2009 of the 192 Code of Iowa, and asks that th said conveyance be condemned am dealt with according to law an< that the hearing on said matter wi! come on before District Court o Iowa In and for Kossuth county, a the Court House, Algona, Iowa or the 13th day of April, A. D. 1931, a 2 o'clock p. m., at which time an Place you may appear and sho\ cause; If any you have, why sue] vehicle should not be forfeited am dealt with as provided by law. Dated this 26th day of February A. D. 1931. GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY, County Attorney, "-26 Kossuth county, towa Wagner, Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by McDonald that soldiers' exemption o -.eonard Peck on Us 1 and 2 block ; n Reservation No. 1 Algona, Is here by allowed. Ayes: All. Motion by iFunnemark and seconde by Heiken that April 6th, 1931, at 1:3C ). m. is hereby fixed as time for hear ng on Commissioners' Report on Drain 1.7S. Ayes; All. (See Record to Resolution). On motion 'Board adjourned to nln o'clock a. m. March 3, 1931. BERTHA >E. JOHNSON, _ County Auditor February 19, 1931. Courti .Room, Algona, Iowa, February 19, 1931. Representatives of the Township and Board of Supervisors of Kossut wtVv?^ i met i as a Board o£ A PProv with following .persons present: Members of iB'oard of Supervisors— P. J. Balgeman, Olaf Funnemark, P J- Helk «". , W. E. McDonald, an Chas. Morris; Township Representatives-*' "« al ° .............. ..Chris Brand . . Creek ..... : . .\ ...Alb Arndorfe of Whlttemore, and seconde by Cruikshank, of Union, that F • ' Motion by 'Funnemark and seconde by Morris that iBtertha E ing resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION ADOP1-ING ENGI .„„„ NBHRrS REPORT WHEREAS, H. M Smith Count Engineer presented his report to th Board of Approval, and eucn r <«pr sentatlve of township waa given a opportunity to examine said report i ror " mending the roads to be during 1931. therefore BE IT RESOLVED, by this hlS Wth day o£ All members voting "Aye" Lawrence Thorson, of Easie ship, who voted "Nay" road record for Engineer' Motion made and seconded tha Bo n rd , < £ Approval adjourn subject t call of Board of Supervisors Secretary. Bargains 1930 1930 1929 ,1929 1929 1928 1929 FORD TUDOR— Like new. FORD COUPtiJ— Very g00(1 FORD TUDOR— Clean FORD COUPE— Extra good. WHIPPET dOACH~A snap DURANT SEDAN, Real, buy FORD TRUCK— Very g 00c i. MODEL, T'S, $15 UP. KENT MOTOR CO] I'hoiif 484 AUTHORIZED A Igor £erTlce— 4&SS&±. —Sales SUICIDE? MURDER?] MIRACLE? I ARALYZBD from thnt horrible accident I Never to walk again—I still burned with loveforOlga—my sweet, young wife. And yet I was unable to appease that glow of hope in her eyes—hope that blazed with desire the day she met Del Raignon—un- scrupulous inatinee idol. Helpless, 1 watched him play on her loving, innocent nature—biding his time till Olga no longer could resist him. How I 8uffered--prayed for her—raged with jealousy—and dropped to the dregs of despair. That night—my revolver. "Goodbye, angel-heart," I whispered and —THEN! Out on the lawn—I saw Raignon take her—my wife—in his arms. "I can't let her live in that disgrace," I cried. Slowly I raised my revolver—carefully I took aim —and ... ' ' What did John doP In that awful climax, did he kill Olga to lave her from disgrace with RaignonP Or did he murder that cad—an act which f-t would blacken himforeverlii ot his wife—of sooiety-olG What almighty miracles, come to solve this pitiful it- helpless human destiniei?Yi] read for yourself DBCAUSEIU WIPE—the true, heart-rendii of • man who wheeled L through hell in an invalid'i*] and what he finally found ill) brink of oblivion. Read BECAUSE i LOVED HI i nearly • score of other i real-life stories—oil in A r . STOtY MAGAZINE. Get yOUtj read it today! NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT OF BENEFITS IN THE MATTER OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. llll OP KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA To the following named persons, to-wit: RIVERDALE (94-29) Vame— , Description Sec. ,eo Thllges, W%-S 1/3 SW»4 SE»4 - 15 ieo Thllges, E% S 2/5 SE% SW% 15 Anna Weydert, S% SE«4 SE% ..... ... ie Nicholas Weydert, NE% NE% . 21 Nicholas Weydert, SE>4 NEV4 ._ 21 iouls Schmit, E 4/5 NE% SE>4—— 1.21 L,ouls Schmit, E% SW% SE^4 21 jouis Schmit, SE% SE% __• I 21 John Zeiler, W 3/5 N% NW% NE% and ~W~7/8 lohn Zeiler, SE% NE% -III~IIII""IIII~I*""22 John Zeiler, S 1/6 E% NE% NE% . 22 eorge 3. Becker, SW% NE% I__I_™"l22 Oeorge Becker, NW% SE% III"I1II~22 George Becker. SW% SE% I.IIIIIIIIIIIIII22 George J. Becker, NE% SE% IIIIII22 George J. Becker, SE% SEH I._II"IIIIl22 George Illg, NE% SW% 22 George Illg, NWV4 SW% I"-IIII"I"IIIII"Il22 George Illg, SW^4 SW& ~ 22 George Dig, SE%' SW% ...I"I"!r"I"I~I"IIl22 Nicholas Thllges, NE% NW% 22 Nicholas Thllges, NW% NW14~IIIIII"III"IIII22 Nicholas Thilgeg, SW>4 NW% . I.H 22 Nicholas Thllges, SE% NW% " 22 George Stewart, S 3/8 W-/4 NW%~NWVi 23 George Stewart, W% SWV4 NW% ex. S, 807 ft. SW% NW% 23 .Tohn Kayser, W% S 807 ft. SW%"NW% 23 John Kayser, AV 7/8 N 344 ft. NW% SW% 23 Peter Kayser, W 7/8 NW% SW% ex W 7/8 N 344 ft. NW% SW% 23 Peter Kayser, SW% SWV4 ^.....23 M. M. and G. M. Nagel, W% s"%"sEw"s"wl4""23 Mary M. Haglind, W% NE^ NW% and S 2/3 Mary M. Haglind, NWH NW%" 26 Matt Hilbert, SW% NWU " """" "26 Matt Hilbert, N% SEy« NW% a"nd"w%"s%*SE% Matt Hllbert, NW# NE-^.SWU " ^ 26 Matt Hilbert, N% NW% SW%, & E%"s%"NW% SW% ----- 26 Matt Hilbert, N 1/5 E%"sw"y," ~S\V~^~"" T """"26 John Orlger, NE% NE% -, ''"."""' 27 John Origer, NW*4 NE*14 _. "~ """""-"T „„ John Orlger, SW>4 NE% _." " •""""'""27 John Orlger, SE% NE>4 IIIII~"I '"' ~27 Lucy Wagner, NEH4 NW% -"" "~~ ""* 27 Lucy Wagner, NW>H NW% " ' 27 nlc* Wa§rner ' N 1/5 SW ^ NW%"~~~"IIII"l27 Class 48 7.7 2.0 6.9 8.2 5.2 2.1 13.0 5.4 23.9 0.7 : 14.5 41.5 8S.9 45.9 96.8 49.9 19.9 20,1 19.6 9.3 6.6 18.3 « 34.9 1.9 5.0 6.6 3.9 16.' 1W 2.7 76.6 100.0 S.5 0.5 I 2 ' 3 6.8 Joseph Thllges, N% NB% SE% """""27 Lucy Wagner, N 3/5 E%*NE% NE%""""""~28 • w7 y System of K^uth count";:::: Highways of Riverdale Township.—!? the above Ascribed lands, comprising Kossuth county, Iowa, and to all actual occu tltle ' <» taterest 4.T rs 178, . ... _ of y°u are hereby notified that the com nnrt „! , f *t rd °* Supervisors of Kossuth county, »•-• and c^Bsify the lands benefltted by the location of Drainage I • , of . Kossuth county, In tracts of forty acres or less, in* S.l b C?iS».XrLr'**Ss 5S3& costs, expenses, costa of construction, fees and damages asseswl make r the!r n r B0 n f? ^P^v^ent, did on the Wh W oi ** Th«t tl £ P , rt to the Board <# Supervlsore of Kossuth co«i That the Real Estate owned or occupied by you, and each' situated within Drainage District No *178. ^description of «l .•w-- » _t_«i1iiW each each by the said commissioners °a.s "appear 'by"the class * .he description of the respective tracts of land in tW. 1 -. that the amount of special assessment apportioned Wi you, by said commissioners, Is hereijy fet'opP 08 * 48 ' the •' or oeiore<tthe time set for said hearing. «3t L) na ' ° Wa ' thfa ^ ** * "SSra^i Clean Cotton Rag

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