Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1931
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ADVANCE Al^ONA. 1QWA l.TttttftBPAV. MRS, WORTMAN, LAKOTA EARLY SETTLEB, DIES Lakota, Sept. 22 Mrs. Will Wortman, who has been an Invalid for many years, died last week Monday at her home In Lakola of bronchial pneumonia. She had been critically 111 for ten days. Mrs. Wortman was , Evalena, daughter of Michael and Catherine "Winter, and was born near Shap- vflle, 111., July 17, 1808. In 1875 her family came to Mills county, Iowa, •where they lived two years, and then came to Kossuth county in a covered wagon, they being among the first settlers at Ramsey. They lived here till iVSSO when thej moved to Fort Dodge, but after foui years returned to Ramsey. The Wortmans were married Be comber 20, 1893, and lived on theii farm south of town for 33 years Four children were born, two of whom died In infancy. Surviving are a daughter, Gertrude, at home his health. He is feeling much better. Mrs. C. R: Smith Is enjoying a visit with her slater, Mrs. Kent, of Cedar Rapids, who is spending two weeks here. Mrs. Georgena Noble went to Swea City Sunday to spend the week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Warburton. The A. Q. Smiths and the Otto Koppens spent Sunday at Montgomery visiting: a daughter of the Smiths, Mrs. Roy Farrlngton. Mrs. J. L. Needham nnd son Maurice Johnston went to Sioux City a week ago Friday on business. They returned Saturday. The B. R. Worley s went to Arc dale Sunday to attend a family re union of the Worley families. There were 65 present. Mrs. Turley's sister, Mrs. Petseh, and her son, are visiting here. She spent most of the summer In South Dakota. Little Betty Johnson broke ENROLLMENT ATLEDYARDIS LARGEST EVER Ledyard, Sept. 22—Sophomores Initiated freshmen Thursday night In the high school gymnasium, with the senior high nnd the faculty ns guests. Twenty-six freshmen entered this tail, the largest freshman class In the history of the school. They are Arvld Brandt, Elaine Blome, Ida Bnumann, Raymond Browning, Laura Dutton, Ella Goetz, Albert. Goctz, Harold and Herbert Joos, Bather Junkermeler, Alice Junkermeler, Lillian Klinkslek, Lillian Kapahengest, Alfred Lloyd, Cecil Long, James Nurrls, Russel week ago Thursday while | in a swing at the school ! arm a playing ground. C. F. Weaver, of 'Mason City, manager oC the telephone company was business visitor here last week. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson left Tuesday for Estherville to at- is also one grand child and her husband, She is also survived by two brothers, Philip, of Newell, S- 13., and Charles, of Lakota, and three sisters, Mrs. J. C. Randall, of G'.en- burn, N. D., Mrs. Julia Wortman, and Mrs. C. R. Lewis, of Lakota. A Bister, Mrs. John Leisvold, died three years ago, and her mother one year ago last June. Mrs. Wortman was a member of the PPresbyterian church for 35 years. Because of her health the \Vortmans left the farm and moved to Lakota five years ago. Funeral services wer 'held at the Presbyterian church last Thursday afternoon In charge of the Rev. Mr. Frerking and burial was made in Maple Hill cemetery. Many relatives and friends from Fort Dodge, George, and surrounding towns attended the services. a son Ernest, on the farm. There tend the northwest Iowa conference. Emma Gutknec-ht went to Jlason City Friday and brought her sister Lena home for a visit. MORNING BLAZE DESTROYS SWEA BARN, CONTENTS Swea City, Sept. 22—At 3 o'clock last week Tuesday morning fire of unknown origin destroyed the barn and contents, two straw stacks, and a cattle shed on the S. M. Drake farm 6'/£ miles north of Swea City where Andrew Pederson is living. Eight head of calves, harness, tools, and seven or eight tons of hay were destroyed with the barn. A silo, which stood near the barn, was badly damaged. Mr. Pederson was at Hollandale, Minn., and when the blaze was noticed the fire had too much headway. W. C. T. V. Meeting Draws Crowd The annaul county convention of the W. C. T. LI. was held at Swea City last week Friday A good delegation from Algona and Bancroft were present. Fenton was unrepre- sented. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. J. L. Vttux, of Swea City, President; Mrs. Branon, Bancroft, vice president: Mrs. W. H. Lease, Algona, secretary: Mrs. Frank Geigel, Algona, treasurer. Leys Start on Western Trip— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley left last weak Wednesday, Via automobile for Los Angeles on a business and pleasure trip. They expect to be gone two months, and will visit the Bert Leys and Tom Wauds. Bert is a brother of Mr. Ley, and Mrs. Waud is ihis sister. Mrs. Bert Ley is Mrs. W. E. Ley's sister, and all are former residents of Lakota. They went by \\-ay o£ Salt Lake City, and expect to southern route. Mrs. return the Hethershaw, of Dows, is keeping house and caring for the children. Harry Mussman and Harvey Johnson are looking after the garage. Nelson, Dwight Smith, Elmer Haas, Vernon Smith, Elsie Stcenhard, Mil- Vaughn, Edward Wllcox, May- inird White, Rubyflo Womack. Grades In high school elected officers as follows: senior—Elmer Zlel- ske, president; Elmer Junkermeler, vice president; Bertha Nitz, secretary and treasurer. Juniors; Wlnnl- fred Friday, president; AVillls Dyer, vice president; Fern Lewis, secretary and treasurer. Sophomores — Kenneth Thompson, president; Alvln Depping, vice president; Anna Jones, secretary and treasurer. Freshmen -•- Raymond Browning, president: Ella Ooetz, vice president; Maynard White, secretary and treasurer. Muslcalr to Be Given Friday— The German Reform are sponsoring a muslcale to be held this week Friday evening at the high school auditorium. The program follows: Come to the Feast, Isenberg quartet: Praise unto the Father, Zwln- Kli chorus; duet, Virginia Hoffman and the Rev. Jason Hoffman; What Are These, Zwingli' chorus; Have Thine Own Way, Isenberg quartet; There Shall Be Showers of Blessing, Isenberg quartet; There Arose a Great Storm, Zwingli chorus; Accordion solo, Caryl Zeller; Call John, male quartet; vocal solo, Reuben Luther; Remember now thy Creator, Ledyard Reform choir; Sleep Kentucky Babe, male quartet; Guide Thou Me, Zwingli chorus; Just Beyond the Eastern Gate, male quartet; Clarinet solo, V. A. Barrett; Address, the Rev. Jason Hoffman; tenor solo, Harry Cowles; Cantata, Zwingll chorus; Remarks, A. A. Depping; Holy, Holy, Holy, in unl- her sister, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter. Mrs. C. t. Matismlth, of Burt, visited Mrs. Carpenter and her daughter, Mrs. SYed Dorsey, Saturday. The J. T. Welfares attended a Standard Oil meeting at Emmetsburg Thursday. The N. A. Plngeis attended the funeral of Mrs. Will Wortmah, of Lakota, last Thursday. Mr. ; and Mrs. Caruth, of Ellsworth, were at Joe Mayne's Sunday. The Earl Jenks family, of Blue Earth, visited his mother Sunday. SENECA LUTHERANS TO HAVE HARVEST FESTIVAL SUNDAY Seneca, Sept. 22-^-The annual harvest festival will be held at the Lutheran church Sunday with services forenoon and afternoon nnd a free lunch at noon. The .Rev. Mr Granskow, president of the Waldor college, Forest City, will be the main speaker of the day, and a few neigh boring pastors will also speak. Attend Fiinernl nt Clear Lake— Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. P. H Peterson and sons Holger and Al fred; Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Patterson Board Proceeding! s. fien'JtushCon, "has. ffl. fcohtln, rent reftl ' Auditor s Office, September 1, irai. (Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment With all members present. >. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Moia-ls that County Recorder U hereby authorized to destroy chattel mortgages prior to 1020 as per Sec 10030 of 1927 Code of Iowa In presence of committee to be appointed by Chairman of Board, and County Auditor Is hereby authorized to destroy all assessor rolls, assessor books, county vouchers and cancelled county warrants which have been on file in the office of the County Auditor foi more than ten years as per Chapter 131, Sec. 1 of Acts of 41th General Assembly. Ayes; All. Auditing and Allowing of bills. On motion Board adjourned to one- o'clock p. in. One o'clock p. m.—Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Helken and seconded by Morris that final estimates of Paul and Donnelly on Secondary Road District No. 116 for $32.08; Secodary 'Road No. 142 for $248.76; Secondary Road 106 for $28.93; Secondary Road No. lio for $625.04; Secondary Road No. 177 for $181.62; are hereby allowed and County Auditor Is hereby Instructed to Issue warrant as provided by law. Ayes; All. Motion by Morris and {teconded by Helken that consent highway, beginning at a point 78 rods West of NE corner of Sec. 18, Twp. 97, Range 30, West of 5th P.. M., and running thence la. Children's Home board 10.00 Fern (Bravton, cafre ••> •'• '••• Kosauth Hospital, JIMP, care.. C H. Cretzmeyer, med. dm, clmd, $29; allowed, ;. ........ it. 'O. Clapsaddle, med. aid .... eo.w R. L. Corbln, med. ««l 17 - 7B •Drs. Keneflck & ,..-, ,."•« 60.00 aid ... Kenefldk, R; W. Beardsley, med. aid-.s.. ,Df. «. 13. Elel, med, aid .. ... p -V Janse, med. aid; olmd. $270.74; allowed 7.75 251.72 »«»• "> «••""- j •*) fin Dr. A. W, Somme-r, med. aid .. 2|.K Charley Qtitnn, drayage ... .... Kohlhaaa Bros., storage ...... (Floyd 'O. Pnsley, light service. •Merrltt Funeral Home, funeral exp.; clmd. $65.00; allowed .. Elinor T. Sutton, office exp. .. John Larson, labor ... Hoyt Raney, labor 'Root B. Graham, 1 Joe Stell, labor ... •••„••• IKohlhaas Hdw., supplies labor j§ Verne 'Auto A Ma'ch. Co.', *up Wi H ie* ,, ,.',.m,- , Ley, supplies 4.00 1.25 43.71 _. . . 201,00 „. M. 'Flemlngr, (supplies 45.00 Chrt*'* 1 . Nielsen, Mint of trtic- Wt m. Lay i supplies .. .,, ..... k&hlhaftfl HdW., supplies 3peaf & McVeyi supplies tor :<iv C. A, supplies H. J. Vnndesteeff, prov Moe & Sjosren, prov • H. 13. 'McMurray, labor Mntt Murtha, supplies ... .... Blotsford Lumber Co., supplies Lalng & Muckey, supplies .... Algona Produce, supplies .. .. Fred Park, labor, etc. ... .•••• Zender & Caldwell, supplies .. Howard Strayer, labor Shell Petroleum Corp., gas ... CONSHBIUCT10N FUND Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 105 • ••••• Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road West 4 rods, thence South rods, thence east four rods, thence north to: place of beginning being a strip four and daughter Helen, and Mr. and; rods in width and runnlg South Mrs. Henry Rasmussen attended the funeral of Mrs. R. P. Rasmussen, of Clear Lake. The latter was the mother of Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Patterson, and Henry. The Rasmus- sens lived near Seneca several years ago. Mrs. Ncllsen Seriously Ill- Mrs. Ornie Behrends Sr. is still in Chicago caring for her daughter, Mrs. Dettman Nielsen, who has been suffering from blood-poisoning and | Dr. 4— is in a serious condition. Wm. Goch— rods from section line, and Intersecting the north llee of iFenton Inc., Is hereby located and established, and County Auditor Instructed to make necessary changes. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that official bond of Henry A. Jennings, Justice of the Peace, for $500.00 is hereby approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Funnemark that following open ditch right-of-way claims are hereby al- 12.00 5.00 1.05 46.00 2,(« 73.22 10.00 14.(X 2'.28 15.76 fi!25 7.00 12.B1 2.00 13.99 9.00 23.40 12.93 65.00 12.38 LUmber C6. ( supplies P, Weyerhaeuser Co., cement. O. P. McDonald, supplies .. .. Advance PUb. Co. (pub. notice. Central States Elec. Co., light serv. 11 ,...• Agt. C- & N. W. IVy Co, frt... 'Barton-Warner CO., supplies . J. D. Adams Co,, supplies ,. .. ,aibbs-Cook Tractor & J3c|tiln. Co., supplies ... ... ... Clear Lake Sand & Gravel Co., supplies G.OO 4.75 S.64 111.00 1.10 KOSSlJTiT 41,17 John Lucas & Co., supplies .. 17.2B Klauer Mfg. Co., supplies .. .. 74.90 Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., supplies. (Interstate Refining Co., supplies ... •Pennsylvania' Petro. Co., .supplies ... Dukehart iMach. Co., supplies.. Phillips Petroleum Co, supplies Standard Oil Co., supplies .... Mld-Cont. Petro. Corp., supplies ... Peerless OH Co., supplies J. A, Roberts, bridge Blbert Garage, supplies Kenneth iDltsworth, labor .... Alfred Dltsworth, grading 1936.22 Dlst. No. , . 127 ..... .... ••••••• 704 ' 78 1772.95 889.60 40.SO 40. SB 20.29 1 .9:> iir.,72 128.0C, I'h ones; Offi,., W8.7fl 612.20 'FdJND 63.88 18Z.fiO Dr. 3— 301.74 lowed: Ac. O. D. 1'asslon Play Talk Given— Last Sunday evening at church a talk on "The Passion Play" was given by a woman who attended last year in Oberammergau. .The play Is given every ten years. Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. G4A • •••• (Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 136 ••• .•• Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 119 •• •• ••; (Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 34 " ••• Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 128 ... .... 221.57 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 100 • •• Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 174 112.76 H. W. Balgeman, labor 174.00 Otto Kenne, labor Champlin Refining Co., gas — -• • -~ —m- 442.75 675.00 Musical Concert Given Friday— Ethel Habbie gave a musical concert at the Seneca school for the school children Friday afternoon. She played the accordion and piano in accompaniment to her singing. Grnnt Is Defeated Ledyard high 7-5— school baseball New School R«uly Next Week— The Lakota school closed last Friday for vacation while fixtures are being moved into the new schoolhouse. Some of the teaching force remained and others are spending the week elswhere. Mrs. JPriggo drove to Missouri; Mrs. Cargon went to St. Ansgar; Miss Show- waiter to Cedar Falls; 'Miss Awe and Miss Hastings to Buffalo Center; and Miss Lockwood to Des Moines. They expect to finish work in the new building this week. Sealed bids will be received for the old buildings Friday. F. B. Women Reelwt Officers— The Lincoln township Farm Bureau women held their monthly meeting at A. E. Bucket's Friday afternoon with 20 present. A committee meeting was held and the township project written. Election of officers resulted in a reelection of most of those holding office last year. Mrs. Buckels was assisted by Former Resident in Visit— Mrs. Anna Clark has as her guest Mrs. Packard, of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Packard is remembered here as Ida.Peterson, daughter of John Petrson, north of town. She married Doctor Packard, and they made heir home here while practicing lere. Doctor Packard and wife noved to Titonka, where they lived >even years, moving thence to the vest. Doctor Packard died a few •ears ago. <;ion Andersons are Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Elon Anderson were lonored at a large party in the mild hall last week Wednesday vening, given by the members and team won from Grant 7-5 Friday in a close and exciting game. Grant led 4 to 2 in the second inning. Ledyard tied in the third, and Grant took the lead again in the fourth. Ledyard then made two runs in the sixth and one in the seventh. The last of the ninth Grant had all bases filled, but failed to score. Other Seneca News. Last week Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lars Jorgenson, of St. Paul, and Mrs. E. L. Erdahl and children and her mother, Mrs. H. Jergenson, all of Blue Earth, spent the day .at J. H. Jensen's. The Lars Jorgensons had been visiting at the Erdahl home. 1-4 SW 1-4 19-9S-2S 4.7 SB 1-4 SW 1-4 19-9S-2S 1.8 NB 1-4 NB 1-4 25-9S-29 6.3 SB 1-4 NE 1-4 25-93-23 4.7 Dr. 83- Emma Potratz— • N.E 1-4 SB 1-4 24-9S-30 3.57 SB 1-4 SB 1-4 24-96-30 2.00 Dr. 165- John Hancock Mut. Life Ins. Co. SW 1-4 Sec. 2-99-28 14. Holcomb & Wallentlne— SW 1-4 Sec. 2-99-28 14. and County Auditor authorized to issue warrant as provided by law. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that Miss Alice Grethcn is hereby appointed Registrar of Vital Statistics of Ramsey and Greenwood township to fill vacancy caused by resignation of iFlorqtta Welp. Ayes: Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that soldier's exemption of Verda J. Ellsworth on S. 25 ft of N. 1-2 N. 1-3 of S. 1-2 of part S. 6 ac. Outlet. 1 Buhle add. 'Blurt for $500.00 Is hereby allowed. 'Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by McDonald that Morris be appointed as 32.00 402.30 Champlin Refining Co., supplies •• • J. V. Blbert, grading project No. 23 "••••• Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 116 2889.70 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. Mb. 142 2238.85 Pn.nl & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 177 1633.72 Pnii'i & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dist. No. 156 260.38 Paul & Donnelly, Sec. Road Dlst. No. 175 5625.41 J. A. Roberts, bridge 76.50 Don T. Nugent, asst. engr. ... 17o.OO Milton MoFadden. rodman .... 87.50 Clarence Elbert, labor 104.00 Leroy R. Elbert, labor 199.75 J. V. Elbert, labor 2S8.CO John Blsenlus, labor Arthur Johnson, labor Jules Selfert, labor Edith O'Neill, gravel W. G. Smith, checking gravel. il honos: nrri ( . P K. SIPM.. 403 Khunivvav The 'Fred Brown family has been a committee to make repairs on P-A-K 'Mesdames Dave Patterson, Koppen, and Fannie Ailts. Otto The general meeting will be held at Jake Leo's, this week Friday. Acorn Club Is Entertained— Mrs. . W. E. Gueknecht was ihos tess to the Acorn club for the firs meeting after the' summer vaca tion Friday afternoon. The progran was The Origin of Music, Mrs. Woi ley; Odd Bits in American Musical History, Mrs. Frerking; the Primitive Organ, Mrs. Ukena; the Oldest Piano, Leona Heetland; the Harp, Mrs. Turley; the Harmonica, Mrs. riends of the Baptist church, ind Mrs. Anderson are among Mr. the Bookstore Broken into Again— The bookstore at the schoolhouse was broken Into again last week Wednesday night. This Is the second time within a year. Luckily, the thief only obtained a small amount, for Mr. Granner had deposited most of the cash that same evening. Sohroeder; How the violin has grown, Mrs. Murray. family Dorcas Class Enjoys Supper— The Dorcas Sunday school class, their families and friends- enjoyed a pot luck supper at the church last week Thursday evening. About 50 were present. After supper the class held a business meeting and officers named for the year are Mrs. K. R. Worley, president; Mrs. Underdahl, secretary; Mrs. Buckels, earliest members of the church. They were presented with an end table as a parting gift. They left Friday morning for their new home in Forest City. Grant Aid Names Officers— The Grant Methodist Aid elected officers for the coming year at their last meeting: president, Mrs. Alfred Zelske; vice president, Mrs. Effie Curtis; secretary, Mrs. Leonard Mino; treasurer, Mrs. Roy Hall. The society has recently closed a contest, which brought in a good sum of money. Two Xow Officers Xamcd— Mrs. William Thompson and Mrs. J. L. Vaux entertained the W. C. T. U. at the Thomson home last week Tuesday. Mrs. J. J. Anderson was elected secretary to fill a vacancy. A large crowd was present. Mrs. Klon Anderson was presented with a parting gift. Brotherhood Hears Rev. Johnson— The Brotherhood of the Methodist church had its first fall meeting last week Tuesday evening, and 20 men wre present. The Rev. Mr. Johnson, who has spent the last talk S. S. Officers are Elected— Election of Sunday school officers was held Sunday morning, Ralph Olson is superintendent; Leon Worden, assistant superintendent; Mildred Vaughn, secretary; James Logan, treasurer; Alletha Brack, librarian; Mrs. Roy Link, librarian. Sunday School Class Has Party— Mrs. Yahnke entertained her Sunday school class last week Tuesday evening at • the church basement. Each was dressed to represent a foreign country. Games were played and lunch served. AVIiulstorm Blows. Down Trees— A windstorm struck here Saturday evening, and several large trees in town were broken off. The hog house on Tice Brack's farm was turned upside down, and several trees broken over against the fence. enjoying a visit with Mr. Brown's relatives, Mrs. Ord Brown and son Clyde, and daughter, Mrs. Walter Hillebrand, and her daughter, Anna Louise, all from Afton. They departed last Tuesday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown entertained relatives of the latter's Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorson and Ruby, Anton Nelson and daughter, Ringsted, the August Nelson family, of Seneca, and the Albin Nelson family, of Hardy. The John Hansen family, of Cylinder, were guests at G. KraCht's Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Kabelitz and children, of Fenton, were guests at the John Homan Iiome Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielsen spent Sunday at John Jorgenson's^ !n •Ringsted. Roy Kracht spent last Wednesday evening with Robert Halvorson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee, of Algona, are parents of a girl born Saturday. Mrs. Lee will be remembered here as Mary Cooper before her marriage. •Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ,Buek, and Bill and Roy Buek, of Mason City, spent the week-end at Carl Patterson's. Bobby, son of Martin Wilberg, has been suffering from a dislocated elbow joint. Dr. McCreery Is caring for him. Mrs. Henry Looft attended a Chris F. gravel Nielsen, checking 1(10.00 78.25 57.75 227.601 54.38 Jt. No. 1. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Helken that Balgeman is hereby appointed as a committee to make repairs on Dr. 9. Ayes: All. ' Motion by Morris and seconded by Heiken that Wm. Goche is hereby refunded County Poll Tax Ramsey township for 1927-1928-1929-1930 on account of being taxed in Greenwood township. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by McDonald that County Auditor be instructed to notify County Attorney to commence foreclosure proceedings on P. J. Murtha school fund mortgage. Ayes: AH. Or motion Board proceeded with-the Auditing and Allowing of bills as per Schedule of Claims hereinafter wrjt- Leonard Arndorfer, labor .. •Henry Seller, damages 25.00 Leo Delperdang, grading Kennedy Bros., assignment ... O. V. Oatley, labor J. V. Elbert, supplies .: •Barton-Warner Co., supplies .. Contractors Supply Co., supplies Champlin Refining Co., supplies 326.97 Julea Selfert, labor 277.00 _ OPTUND 2.04 ... ' 2.77 . .. 249.20 ... 1266.93 219.73 HOAD Agt. C. & N. W. R'y, frt C. & N. W. iRl'y Co., frt Standard Oil Co., supplies Peerless Oil Co., supplies Phillips 'Petro. Co., supplies 6.42 71.82 127.00 "6 .96 fi.25 47.00 B.S1 S.OO 3.54 5.62 4.00 4.34 .16.00 ten. SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS COiDlNTT FUND Sfd Backus, supplies $ 100.00 2.70 65.90 _. n 24.05 ATichael Heiderscneidt, bounty. 1.20 Duane E. Jensen, bounty Northwestern iBell Tel. Co., tel. serr ' • • • • City of Algona, light service Henry C. Nelson, assessor Duan'e Jensen, bounty ... . H. M. Smith, salary 147.501 •1.50 300.00 10.16 ABt. C. M. St. P. & 'Pacific Ry, freight P. J. Helken, com. and session, clmd.. $244.07; allowed 243.S7 Chas. Morris, com. and session 239.61 F. J. Balgeman, com. and session 173. J4 Olaf Funnemark, com. and session 1S5 . fll W. E. McDonald, com. and ses- Richard Zlelske, weed commls- 221.21 fine treasurer; and Mrs. teacher of the class. Harry Moe, Wind Damages Farm Buildings— During the windstorm Saturday evening the buildings on the George The and Winter place were damaged, garage was moved a little tipped over part way; the machine shed had one side blown in; and a numbe o f trees were blown down. School Paper Officers Named— Officers were elected last week to edit the school section of the local paper called the Lamp. The editor is Mildred Barger, and assistant editors are Dale Estle and Thomas Lewis, and grade news editor, Ella Ailts. Other Lakota News. Homer Altiaer and little daugh ter, Mary Jane, went to Rockford Saturday to visit relatives. Mary Jane is spending- this week there visiting her grand father, and Homer came home Sunday. La Von, youngest daughter of the Ed Underdahls, won first place in class two in the little folks health contest at the Kossuth county fair. The Underdahls have one son and two. daughters. Mrs. Harold Finn, of Chicago, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mimmie Se4bold. and other relatives. Mrs. Finn was formerly Anna Seibold, of Lincoln township, and was a teacher year in Europe, gave a on his travels. Tent Meetings Have Crowds— The Full Gospel tent meetings, held on the lots south of the millinery shop, are being fairly well attended. Evangelist and Mrs. Peter Ohlin, of Milaca, Minn., and O. A. Swanson, of Minneapolis, are in charge. Floyd Hall Is Married- Floyd Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hall, of Grant, and Gladys La Rou, of Fairmont, were married at Wilbert, Minn., September 10. They will make their home in Fairmont. H. S. Enrollment Is 125— Enrolls In Upper Iowa— V. A. Barrett and Clifford Parrish drove to Fayette last week Tuesday, taking Hubert Ostermann' there to enroll in Upper Iowa university. Cast Starts Play Practice— The cast has started practicing on the annual band and orchestra play, a comedy-mystery, "And What's Her Name." Other Ledyard News. Mildred and Harold Granner and Barbara AVylam went to Renwlck for the week-end to visit friends* Ruth Jones went as far as Livermore with them. Mrs. Charles Smith, Buffalo Center, and two daughters, Miss Leona Nierling, of Waukon, visited Mrs. Tillmoney and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer Friday. Word was received here that Mrs. Mentor is now at Redfield keeping house for a family who are old friends. There is no church Sunday because of Conference. Everyone is Invited to attend conference at Estherville that day. Study club at Wesley from Wednesday till Saturday and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen returned from Minneapolis Monday. They attend the Minnesota fair. The local Luther League will be entertained at the C, M. Thompson home this week Friday. A case of whooping cough and chicken pox has been reported In the Seneca school. James Dolan is employed at the A. T. Paulsen farm. sioner ~. ...I'. 27.87 Peter Looft, weed commissioner 79.53 O. L. Thoreson, weed commissioner • 13 - 16 Bancroft Register, pub. Board Proceed (H.M Advance Pub. Co., pub. Board Proceed L. E. Hovey, sheriff 205.1ft- Mary K. Sands, labor 7S.OO C. A. 'Samson, labor 78.W> Wm. Shirley, expense 1.24.1U Remington Rand Business Serv., supplies Darrow Chemical Co., supplies. 18.67 .Koch Brothers, supplies 62.63 Klipto Loose Leaf Co.. supplies 226.34 Fred W. Wehler & Co., . supplies Nelson Hardware, supplies ' Mid.-Cont. Petro. Corp, supplies 155.35 K. & H. Co-operative Oil Co., supplies 117.05 M. 'G. Kerscher, supplies 21.60 City of Algona, light service.. 4.85 Agt. C. & N. W. R'y, frt 2.97 William Roeber, labor and material 990.00 Railway Express Agency, express 3.92 C. M. St. P. & Pac. R'y Co., frt 34.60 Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, labor. 8.05 C. & N. W. R'y Co., frt 1.20 Collins MtB. Co., gravel land.. 600.00 Elmer Ewlng, road patrol .... 118.35 John S. Nelson, road patrol... 107.60 J. H. Montgomery, road patrol 108.00 Wilbur Fisher, road patrol ... 100.00 Pearly c. Haynes, road patrol. 91.00 Francis N. Elbert, road patrol 104.20 Clem Goodman, road patrol... 104.00 iS'. D. McDonald, road patrol .. 100.00 Alton Pettit, road patrol 101.20 Hans W. Nielsen, road patrol. 104.00 Wm. O. Ludwls, road patrol.. 101.75 Joe Helderscheldt, road patrol 91.00 Tom Weir, road patrol 104.00 J. 'F. Quinn, road patrol ... .. 116.00 C. A. Lamoreux, road patrol.. 125.00 John Phillips, 1 road patrol .... 9C.60 Jos. -Bestenlehner, road patrol. 91.00 Peter Movick, road patrol .. ., 100.00 James iM. Moore, road patrol.. 104.00 Edward Fuchsen, road patrol. 10S.OO John Hanselman, road patrol; clmd. $141.75; allowed 140.50 Will Leeper, labor 66.86 Oscar Earing, patrol 125.00 15.13 S.OC 6.9L .5' issue warrants for all bills allowed a this meeting as shown by the "Sohed ule of Claims" hereinbefore written a per vote on each Individual bill. Ayes All. On motion Board adjourned "Sin Die." Office over ""Ice phonelill . .J. Keni-fink, M. n., re , I Phones: \ Igona F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies B.MI Ray A, Marquis, labor and supplies ' 22.60 :Frank Welch, labor 6.00 Asa Warner, labor...' 6.00 Dr. 4- F. Weyerhaeuser Co., sup- , piles ..'.... 4.50 .. ' Ul °i - ney«.i Dr. 27- . ... Of fli' IF. Weyerhaeuser Co., sup- ' hour piles 1.77 Dr. 60- 'F. WeyerhaciiBer Co., supplies •• .... Dr. 80- . A. E. Michel, engineer 25.00 'Frank Welch, labor 24.00 Asa Warner, labor 4.00 Ray A. Marquis, labor and supplies • ; 46.25 F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies Dr. 82- F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies ..r Dr. 84- F. H. Lathrop. rodman ... . A. K Michel, engineer Dr. 85- F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies Dr. 90- F. Wfeyerhaeuser Co., supplies ... Dr. ,95-r F. H. Lathrop, rodman A. E. Michel, engineer Dr. 102— F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies y Ray A. Marquis, labot- and • supplies 23.00 Frank Welch, labor .. 14.00 45.00 Dr. 11049.25 F. Weyerhaeuser Co., sup- 335.00 piles 400.00 Dr. 11193.80 IF. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies 100.80 Dr. 125— 24.57 .F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies •Dr. 132— A. E. Michel, engineer Dr. 152- F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies Dr. 165- Ray A. Marquis, labor and supplies ... ;...'. •Frank Welch, labor 'F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies Dr. 166- . 'F. Weyerhaeuser Co., sup- supplies Dr. 178— Humboldt Gravel & Tile Co., final '• Carleton D. Beh Co., ptg. bonds Sub 8 of 60- F. Weyerhaeuser Co., supplies E-K Jt., No. 2— A. E. Michel, engineer H-K Jt: 5-87- A. J. tiawler, repairing H-K Jt. 2— , Royal Lumber Co., supplies. P-A-K Jt. I— „„ A. E. Michel, engineer 12.0C F. H. Lathrop, rodman l.i Trl 93-131-100— Gustav A; Redd el, labor <.4 'RESOLVED: That the County Aud itor Is hereby ordered and directed t' L Stai, 310- ' •'ANSJUl - ll " and Sun Office on South I 'hones: Office, 666; Algona, Ii WAI/I'Klt Physician and" uuli , Office in QuinbyBldgJ Phone No. 1! N 0. Pliyslolaii and Office In PostofflceJ 'hones: Office, 197; res I) It. IV. I). AXDJ OHfonpnthta Physician u| Eye, Ear, Nose, and! X-ray 3ffice over Hub Rect 3 hones: Office. 187; CHIROPRACT 1)11, Jt. ,1. Palmer Graduate Chi , Thirteen year's .successtul'l Office over S YETERINAlil 1-. W. FOX Veterinarian We.st State Street, Phonos: Office, 475-W.; BUILDING COMR ('(IWAX ASOS| General Contractors Estimates! onps: Business. MACHINISTS! BERTHA E. JOHNSON, County Auditor, XOHTO.N MACHINE 1 Machinists and WeS Service Stock Piston Rings, Pins, and West of Courthouse PRODUCE Legal* Chester Almo, patrol 92.10 F. D. Pruisman, patrol 89.60 Hlldreth Pettit, labor 14.00 Wm. "F. Gronbach, labor 17.50 Joe M. Esser, labor .• 76.00 Wm. A. Elbert, labor 80.50 L. E. Doyle, labor 77.00 -Bert iGalbraith, supplies 1.75 Mllo Bravick, labor 125.00 E. R. Morrison, exp 100.00 Lathrop & Weaver, abstract .. 29.40 H. M. Thilges, dragging 125.55 LEGAL NOTICES 9.85 3.00 6.45 9.G5 13.05 The Swea City high the largest enrollment school in its has hls- W. F. Keinltz bouffht one of the houses formerly owned by Mr. Bloom, and moved in. Last week lie torn down an old barn on the place and built a garage. He is manager of the Standard station. The Rev. and Mrs. Johnson went to Kanawiha last week Tuesday and accompanied the J. O. Johnsons to KnoxviUe, where they visited relatives, returning Wednesday. C. R, Smith c*me borne tost week from New Mwdw, where be hae In the interest «f tory, 125. More students are coming in from time to time. Other Swea City. The Richard Bergs and the Samuel Warburtons attended a county meeting of the R. L. C. at Burt last week , Tuesday. The ladies elected Mrs. S«henck, of Burt, secretary, and Mrs. Berg, of Swea City, treasurer, to fill vacancies. The next meeting will be held in Swea City. Grest Isenberg, who has been ill for seven months has improved so he can now walk with aid. He was ,in tow.n last >week attending |to business. Esther Smith, who has had a position as governess through the summer months, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Mayor Jos. M. Dye returned last week Monday from Iowa City, where he had been in the hospital for some time. He is much Improved. Richard Berg, Rome Johnson, and Mrs. Paul Larson attended a county Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Burt last wek. The Evangelical church had services Sunday night and will have every two weeks with the Rev. Mr. Steck, of Fairmont, as pastor. The faculty sewing circle met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and this week Tuesday with Mrs. Ed Halvorson. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton, of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stork, of Tacoma, Wash., visited at Edward Campbell's Friday. Mildred Granner, third and fourth grade teacher, was ill last week Monday and unable to teach. Fern Lewis substituted for her. A number of Ledyard alumni attended a wiener roast and picnic supper at Interlaken Friday even- Ing. The A. B, Tweetena occupy the house vacated *>y the Elon An- deraons. Mr. Tweeten purchased the Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berens, of Lakota, and daughter, were at L. W. Welmer's Friday evening. The J. C. Pederson family, of Sanborn, visited his son Cecil here Sunday. Mrs, Glenn Yahnke, and two children left Friday for near Falrfield, where Mr. Yahnke is working. August and Will Gelhaus. of Hubbard, visited at August Gelhaus's Friday. William Weinberger, of Minneapolis, spent Sunday here with fata wife. Mrs. George Laab, of son I'O THE CUEDITOH8 OF THK KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK, OF ALGONA, IOWA: You and each of you are hereby notified that the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, did on the 17th day of September, A. D. 1931, make an Order in the cause entitled L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa vs. the Kossuth County State Bank of Algona, Iowa, ordering' that all claims of Depositors against the Kossuth County State Bank of Algona, Iowa, based on checking account deposits, savings deposits and deposits on time and demand certificates except certificates issued for money borrowed for said bank, be allowed as shown by the bank's books as claims of depositors without further proof thereof, which means that such claimants WILL NOT HAVE TO FILE CLAIMS. Hold and demand certificates of deposit must present same to the Examiner in Charge before dividend is paid thereon. That all other parties having claims against said 'bank or any of the funds thereof, including claims for deposits not shown by the books of the bank as stated, shall in order to have such claims allowed as claims against said bank or to participate in the distribution of the assets thereof, file said claims with the examiner in charge of said bank at the bank building in Algona, Bert 'Grinnell's Elec. Shop, supplies Churchill Mfg. Co., supplies ... Botsford Lumber Co., supplies Moe & Sjogren, supplies 1.40 Oscar Norman, repairs T9.R5 J, F. McGee, labor 26.50 Hlgley Chemical Co., supplies 4.26 Botsford Lumber Co., supplies. 27.60 J. F. Smith, labor 24.40 H. M. Steussy, labor 19.60 iL M. Merritt, coroner's feea.. 55.41 Robert L. Williams, physicians f Q£g 6.W R. S. LeVbfand, jury fees 2.07 H. A. Adams, ]ury_fees ^07 A. M. Gustal'son, dragging Albert Looft, dragging Jay D. IGraham, dragging .. .. John Von Bank, dragging .... Frank Rlebhoff, dragging .. .. Wilbert W. Richmond, dragging Jacob 'Hofbauer, dragging .. .. Carl Harms, dragging Johnson iQros., dragging Frank 'Fox, dragging Joseph Loebach, dragging .. .. Calvin Rlppentrop, dragging .. Earl Ackerman, dragging Carl 'Zumach, dragging . . Carl Weasels, jury fees <}. -F, Dolmaee, physician's 2.14 10.00 Helen''zitt'rltsch, reporter's fees 2.00 George Smith, witness' fees . "" fees Pete Puente, witness fees Frank Alanls, witness fees ... Mrs (Frank Alanls, witness fees COURT FUND 1.00 10.15 6.30 6.30 Peter N. Thilges, dragging Nick Mergen, dragging .. . Louis Scott, dragging IRich Potratz, dragging ... Charles infers, dragging .. Albert Kressln, dragging .. E. R. IntermlH, dragging .. John Blsenlus, dragging .. Loren Byers, dragging ... . Donald Jacobs, dragging .. Julius Walters, dragging .. Harm Bockholt, dragging Matthew C. Grler, court reporter • Matthew C. Grler, court reporter 10.50 L. E. 'Hovey, sheriff .......... 152.8o W. J. Davison, J. P. feea ..... 2.00 L. A. Wlnkel, J. P. fees ....... 2.00 W. C. Danson, J. P. fees ..... 7.oO Ole F. Molan, cbnatable fees .. 5.50 Clark Orton, clerk's fees ...... 11-00 IRL A. Palmer, bailiff ......... 9.00 16.12 27.18 18.60 29.25 •27.00 4.25 12.75 4.20 16.50 26.62 18.00 96.75 .muni wufiuxiii, uiae&m£ *. .. ov. it* Simon Blome, dragging 6.75 NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SALE— United States of America, Northern District of Iowa, as: Public notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias (or execution), dated August 17, A. D. 1931, issued out of the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Iowa on adjudgment for $17,473.50 principal, interest at 8%, $214.73 attorney's fees, J24.60 costs, rendered in said Court on the 12th day of August, A, D. 1931, In favor of Aetna Life Insurance Company (of Hartford, Connecticut) and against James Weydert et al, I have, on this 28th .day of August, A. D. 1931, levied upon the following described real estate, situated in the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wit; The Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Sixteen (16), Township Nlnety^four (94), Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing 160 acres, more or. less, and that I will, accordingly, offer said real estate or sale, at public vendue to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on he 5th day of October, A. P. 1931, at two o'clock p. hi., at the front door of the Court .House In the City of Algona, in Koasuth county, Iowa. 3ated, Fort Dodge, Iowa, August 25, A. D. 1931.—DON A. PRUESSNER. SWIFT & Cash Buyew'- roiiltry, Eggs, anil Matt Lamuth, " Phone KOSSUTH COBSTT! INSUHAKCE ASSOr Over $15,000,000 v in force. A home com secure. J- 0. C. 11. I' S Reliable Insurant » Phone _ .^ ____ City Property Loaw Insurance, tw CUNN1NG1UMM 107 W. State St. Arthur R. Zlelake, dragging 28.60 5.SO 4.03 4.00 . W. C. Danson, J. P. fees F. L. Green, marshal fees — XJ. L. Genrich. mayor's fees'... Arnold Sanders, marshal fees. 2.17 INSANE FUND L. E. Hovey, exp. of conveyance Maynard Sohn, dragging ..... 12.75 John Simmons, dragging ..... 13.501 Christ Berg, dragging ........ 17.25 Leonard Mlno, dragging ..... 18.00 August F. Melz, dragging .. .. 53.62 John H. Sehueler, dragging .. 25.87 Joe Mayne, dragging ........ 28.25 Henry >F. Hofbauer, dragging. 7.BO Walter J. Dutton, dragging ... 44.62 iFred Butterfield, dragging .... 15.00 Melvln Cody, dragging ....... 21.01 Thomas Berg, dragging ...... 24.7< S. A. Butcher, dragging ...... 13.81 B. H. Gould, dragging ........ 20.26 85.00 Clark Orton, clerk's fees 11.25 C. H. Cretzmeyer, commissioner , A. Hutchison, commissioner M J. iBourne, commissioner . W, D. Andrews, physician POOR 5.00 6.00 3.00 '4.06 A. G. Volentlne, dragging Geo. 'Kohl, dragging 37.50 r _ 9.01 Fred Hippen, dragging ... .... 64.9 Iowa, or with the Clerk of the Pis- trict Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before the 17th 'day of November, 1931, and that unless said claims be so filed on or before, said date they shall be forever barred as claims against said bank or any of the assets thereof or against the said L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of Iowa, as receiver there- Rachel C. Stiles; transp: 10.00 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. service ••••• 18.2JJ Howard Strayer, labor 65.00 Elinor T. Sutton, transp 20.00 k L. Miller, light service. 2o.21 C. '& N. Wi Co., frt .SO Herman Wise, prov 37.12 Leader Cash Store, prov 13.98 , ....... ,.., Cecil Thoreson. dragging .. .. 12.17 Albert Wittkopf, dragging ... 21.78 John CBlum, dragging |- •' • •; ... 83.8 Crawford- Bros., dragging 10.50 D. Willard, labor ............ 600 iGehard Berg, labor .......... 45:0 U. S. Marshal, Northern Piatrict of Iowa; by Prank L. Thiede, Pep- uty. P. M. .Kelleher, Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 61-62-1-2 NOTICE OF PEOBATB OF No. 8654, statt of Iowa, KoMMtfa county. •* In District Court, September term, 1931. New anil used Tires and AC Hides, Fur a Algonn, rww^^^ - " H.W.P< Pray Long Distance! Every )° a( loss To All Whom It Ponp»rn: Dick Paul, hauling gravel Edwin Manus, labor; clmd. JS.40; allowed G. M. Will, labor Harley Haynes, labor Allen Lamoreux, labor „„.„, Ray A. Marquis, labor 13,75 69.0 K«O 300 6.25 Ana Warner, labor * 8.37 _ 10.18 B. Boydrprov. '.I, ".„'..'. 12.75 (Daniel LlchUfer. prov. MoFarlarid'* Walker, prov G. W. Carmean, supplies of. L. A. ANDREW, Superintendent of Banking of ;i#w», M m«eiy« Jfcr *.be &<W* ' County Stats fw* of J9W*-' 16.12 !. labor travel Ole Herbert Zl'elsl(e7labor"" Clyde Sanders, labor ... y a £p-&***». "twase 8.00 113.60 8.76 You an hereby notlflng, that an ln»trum«nt of writing purporting to b« th« U* Will ami Teatament of Katie Johnson, decea»ed, dated June 39, 1939, having been tht# day filed, opened and read, the 7th day of October, Jj'jl, fc fl^efl for hearing proof of «ame at.the Court House In Afcona, Iowa, bffor* * h « District Court .of fatt Cou*ty or tfef Clerk of said Coifrt: an4 •* » o'clock a, m. of the day ibov* mention**, all pernoof toterefte4 ped to do a hauling and i PHONE I Algona, MIMEOE , notified and required to appear and wnow cauM, If any tbty batf, esUs 1 bated and *How«4 if and for tfc« Merrill Bros.. Supplies 80,00 Long's Grocery, prov 69.87 Benedict's.Store, prov,, 14.80 Moe & SJogren. prov 19.94 Algona Oo-Op. Creamery Co.. Drov. •"•• '.;."..' '•• ••• ••< •• 22.H W. A. Murray, supplies 48.40 Farmers Co-Op. Society, supplies ... Win. C. Stede, suppUes Zender * caUwell. supplies .. , w .«r J. W Connelly. haulUaggravel 4US.30 K. M. gravel Thompson, hauling: J«n>.8ftOT*n«eW.' bauli w mvei 40.00 Dated at Algon*, Iowa, Septem- 6< mL pBfON, - , ... , H3us Richter, labor 2976 A '' IP • supplle* . supplies , 10,76 T.« It

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