Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 31, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 31, 1931
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;£A&13 st& CHILDHEN GIVE PROGRAM FOR FENTON CHURCH Fenton, Dec. 28—A full house Llndsey'e witnessed the program at the Meth- O'Keefe. Odlst church Christmas eve. The program follows: processional; Christmas carols, eight little girls; song Worry Christmas, primary de- Mr. and'Mrs. II partment; recitation, Welcome, turned Sunday. Marilyn Boettcher; recitation, Santa Claus Knows Me, Sidney Bruce Humphrey; recitation, Stockings fb'o Small. Georgia Gerhard; rcci- Newel wore gu tation, ITo's Coming, Helena Weis- linker's Sunday. Bred; sonp, The Sweetest Song of All, primary department; recitation, What I Can Say, Joan Meyer; recitation, When I Am Bigger, Betty Shott; roc.itatlon, Bound to Grow, .Tames Lohse; exercise. Bell Ringers, primary and junior department; fixorcise, The Toy Boys, seven boys; recitation, The Bethlehem -Star, Tr<s 55\vei£el; recitation, When Daddy Was a Boy, David Weisbrod; song, Christmas Fairies, group of girls; rec.ilatlon, Christmas Snowflakes. '" Dora Glaus; recitation, Jumping Jack, Fletcher Burwash; recitation. Shirley Frank; exercise, stocking drill, eight girls; song, Three LIUlo Girls From Over the Sea; Christmas carols, eight girls; recitation, Good Night. Dickie Meyer; exercise, Shepherds and Wise Men Camo; exerci.sc, The Points of the Star; pantomime by girls. Donald Wclsbrod Is Married— Romaino Stransbcrry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Strans- day berry, of Moulton, was married to er's. Donald Woisbnxl. only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, of Fenton, at Wesley, November 26, the Rev. Mr. McNulty, Methodist pastor, officiating. The bride is a former Fonlon teacher, having taught .two years here. Her present position is 3,1. Nashua. The groom,Is a graduate of Fenton high school and attended the state college at Ames for two yonrs. Hq la at present farming with his father, where the young couple will reside. Many Family GroupH Meet— Mr. ami Mrs. August Meyer entertained their children and families at a Christmas dinner. Attending -were the Rmil Elmers family, Halfa, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson and daughter -Shirley Jean, of Armstrong, the Will Meyer family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and son Donald, and Arthur Meyer, Lotts Creek, Ferdinand Meyer, of Manle Hill, and the Will Elmers family, of near Ponton. Wilfred Slooher Whin -Promotion— Wilfred Stoeber came last week from Hartford, Wls., to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr.-and Mrs. W. F.. Stoeber. Wilfred has recently lie-on made assistant manager of Uie Gamble Stores, where he is employed. Town Team Is defeated— The Fonlon town basketball team lost 32-23 to Ringsted on .the local floor Sunday afternoon. Ringsted grirls playod the local girls on the same dalo, and the Fenton girls won, 14-13. Birthday Olnl) Meets— Mrs H. C. Llndsey entertained the Jolly Right birthday club Saturday afternoon. The occasion was her birthday anniversary, and the afternoon was spent socially ana refreshments were served. •Throe Win Store Prizes- Truman Johnson, north of town, won $12 at the Bailey store last week Mrs. Chris. Rusk and Mrs. R C Goolsch tied *or the $8 in trade, and, Fred Kluss was third, receiving $G In trade. Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ot. Lohse. Mildred De Craw, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mitchell, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson and Dr. S. W. Meyer were entertained at the O. J. Stephenson home at 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening. The Marcus Llndsey family went to Ledyard last week Wednesday to visit till after New Year's with Mr. Llndsey'e mother, Mrs. Jesse >'Keefe. Alvlna Miller, registered nurse at Minneapolis, came last Thursday to spend Christmas with her -parents, Mr. and-Mrs. Henry Miller. She re- Lirned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wolsbrod and granddaughter Verona, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bellinger, and Mrs. Kate Newel wore guests at John Bol- iger's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson, of Algona, spent Sunday with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenwm. Mrs. Ignatius Oappa and children, Francis and Elizabeth^ Triumph, Minn., visited over Christmas till Monday at A. H. Krause's. KUitne Nellis, visiting here from New York, Is spending the Christmas vacation with .her cousin, Mary Jane Kigler. . Esther Voight, of Welcome, Minn., is spending the Christmas holidays with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoovers. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Clark and son Virgil Jr., of Kmmotsburg. spent Sunday at Dr. J. T. Waite'a. Marlon Widdel celebrated her sixth birthday Monday afternoon by entertaining her classmates. Lena Bleckwenn, Rochester nurse, Is spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Theodora Bleckwenn. Zelma Meyer went to Haifa Monday to spend a week at Kmil Elmr's. T. O. Lively, of Rochester, Minn., came liust week Wednesday to spend the holidays at J. F. Newel's. "DICK" WANTS FARM BOARD WHEAT GIVEN TO CHARITY Senator L. .1. Dickinson Introduced a joint resolution in the United State Senate December 17 which would direct the Federal Farm Board to authorize the Grain Stabilization Corporation and the Cotton Stabilization Corporation to deliver wheat and cotton to relief agencies and make report of such deliveries to Congress. Coiirt of kossuth • co«nty» lowa t on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 13th day of July, 1931, In favor ot L-. A. Andrew, Receiver of the Lu Verne State bank, as plalh- Herman Dau, loft* of sheep ., B.OT Fred Hit, 1 to** of fcheeD ..» •«' 10.00 Earl Patterson, loss of Sheep, dlmd. »24.0o, allowed ... •••'• Carl H. Paets, loss of sheep, 16.00 Marten Geerdes, loss of sheep, . olmd. $35.00, allowed ... j.... 20.00 J. C. 'Mawdsley, loss of sheep, clmd. $13.00, allowed^ ,.. 9.60 Rollie Steele, loss of sheep, . clmd. $16.00, allowed, ... ...;. 8.00 Claude Seely, loss of sheep, • clmd, $17.00, allowed ... 15,00 Clarence Dosnbler, loss Of sheep ... ...... •• 10.00 Earl 'Patterson, loss of sheep, clmd, $18.00, allowed ... ..... J. J. Rink, -toss of sheep ... .. .Henry Scheppman, loss of sheep , ••••• Lark Reynolds, loss of sheep .. i tiff, and against H. J. McCrady, as olmd. $69.6* allowed ; defendant, for the eum of One Hundred Eighty-One and 60/100 ($181.50) Dollars and costs, taxed at Six and 20/100 ($fi.20) Dollars and accruing costs, 1 have levied upon the following described personal property as the property of the said H. J. McCrady to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: 1 bay gelding, 1 dapple gray mare, 1 white mare, 2 strawberry roan mares, 4 spotted Holsteln milch cows, 2 black brood sows, and 2 Spotted Poland China brood sows, 24 red fall pigs, Machinery as follows: 1 Deering 8-tt. grain binder, 1 McCormlck 5-ft. mower, 1 20-wheel disc, 1 Black Hawk corn planter, 1 Mollne 2-row corn plow, 2 single-row corn plows, a La Crosse and John Deere, 2 wide tire low-wheel wagons and triple boxes, I hay rack and low steel wheel trucks, 1 3-sectlon steel field drag, about 2 tons of hay In barn, about 1250 -bushels ot corn In crib, and about 4 acres of corn standing in field, all above property now located on the Northeast CJuar- ter (NE%) of Section Thirty-two (32) In Prairie Twp., Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satiety said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cosh, In hand, on the 4th day of January, 1932, at the 10,00 20.00 . 27.00 Henry Klocks, loss of sheep, clmd. $40.00, allowed ........ 16.00 E. ,R. Mawdsley, loss of Sheep 10.00 Earl Patterson, -loss of sheep, clmd. $30,00, allowed ... 24.0C Ray B. Hall, loss of sheep ... 180.00 Orvllle Anderson, loss of chickens 3.00 Mrtt. Earl Blakley, loss of chickens, • olmd, -$12.00, allowed -. 10.00 Mrs, Frank T. Bockhorst, loss of turkeys, clmd. $30.00, allowed ... .12.00 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 be given by the undersigned. Dated this llth day of December, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. H. W. Miller, Plaintiff's Attorney. 15-16 Lloyd H. Bartlett, loss of calf, clmd. $10.00, allowed 8.00 Mrs. F. R. Gardner, loss of geese and chickens, clmd. $10.00, allowed 8.00 J. G. Graham, loss of geese, • -turkey, and •-• duck, clmd. $20.00, allowed ... ...... ;.... 10.00 Jess <Grubb, loss of geese, , plmd. $18.00, allowed ... 9.00 Mrs. Floyd' Gardner, loss «of geese, clmd. $28.00, allowed .. 21.00 Ronle Janssen, loss of geese, clmd. $15.00, allowed 10.00 O. L. Miller, loss of chickens, N clmd. $56.25. allowed .30.00- John Manthle, loss of ducks and- geese, clmd. $8.00, allowed 6.25 Chas. Phelps & Sons, .loss of chickens 7.56 Louis Schafer, loss of geese, clmd. $20.00, allowed ..... ... 12.00 Joe Weydert, loss of geese and chickens, clmd. $28.00, allowed ..." 11.20 Arch Burger, -loss of pigs, clmd. $55.00, allowed 27.35 Edw. Droessler. loss of pigs, clmd. $13.13, allowed ...... . 12.00 L. E. Farrow, loss of pigs, clmd. $25.00/ allowed 20.00 IPrank Jacobs, loss of calf, clmd. $25.00, allowed iR. 'S. John, loss of pigs, clmd. LEGAL NOTICES) NOTICE OF PROBATE OF >VII/li N'o. 35SO. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. 22.50 4.00 In District Court, November term, 1931. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Hulda Genrich, deceased, dated March 7, 1930, having been this day- filed, opened and read, the 19th day of January, 1932, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed ae and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, December NOTICE 01 SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 8th day of of December, 1931, in favor of L. P. Courshon Company Inc., a« plaintiff, and against F. J. Hatten, as defendant, for the sum of Two Hundred Ninety-Two and 43/100 ($292.43) Dollars and costs, taxed at Seven and 75/100 ($7.75) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described personal property as the property of the said F. J. Hatten to satisfy said exeaution, to-wit: 1 model 90 all- electric Majestic radio, all radio tubes on shelves along west wall, several rolls of brake lining in display rack, 1 10-inch Westlnghouse electric fan, 3 radio boosters for attery set radio, 5 radio loud peakers, 1 large steel safe, all parts uch as crank shafts, cam shafts, ears, bearings, timing gear chain, valves, etc.; also all rim bolts and ugs tire pump tubing, 1 battery et Radiola No. 20, 1 All-American set battery radio, and 1 Thompson set battery radio, 1 Atwater Kent 6-tube radio No. 35, 13 5-gallon cans of French auto oil, 22 1-gallon cans of denatured alcohol, 13 automobile $10.00, allowed ....... John Klrsch, poss of hog, clmd. $15.87, allowed 12.«X« John Kriill, loss of sows 15.00 Chas. X.arsen, loss of hog, clmd. $14.00, allowed 10.00 7, 1931. larlon 0; Party- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schraeder, of Mllwauk.a0,^>,nd,.¥r. and Mrs. Vinas*,' of Burl, visited at the O. H Schmidt's Friday. Other Fenton News Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and little Man- Alice Gibbons drove to tfodge Center Sunday to visit Mrs Weisbrod's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Bey. They wer ' CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy T. P. Harrington, Attorney. 15-1 Herman Runksmeler, loss of sow, clmd. $30.00, allowed ... 22.50 Noah Rtelsner, loss of hogs, clmd. $15.00, allowed 12.00 F. J. Norrls, loss of hogs, clmd.' $7.50, allowed .... 6.00 Rasmus Oswald, loss of hogs, clmd. $15.00, allowed 10.00 P. W. Reece, loss of hogs, clmd. $13.00, allowed 9.00 Emll 'F. Arndorfer, loss of aheep C. J. Trenary, loss of sheep, clmd. $28.00; allowed 16.20 H. J. Arndorfer. loss of sheep, clmd. $10.00, allowed 7.00 Joe Balk, loss of sheep, clmd. $32.00, allowed 19-20 Gustav Berninsrhaus, loss or goat, clmd. $5.00, allowed ... 2.50 Jay Budlontt, loss of sheep, clmd. $30.00, allowed 2-t.OO R. 'B. Chambers, loss of sheep r clmd. »180.00, allowed 70.00 Dan Froelich, loss of sheep, • clmd. $12.00, allowed v S.OO H F. iGutknecht, Toss of sheep . clmd. $7.00, allowed *.w A. R. Gardner, loss of sheep, clmd. $19.50, allowed Michael Gengler, loss of sheep clmd. $38.00, allowed .20.00 John -Geerdes, loss of sheep, clmd. $20.00, allowed Fred Ills, loss of sheep 10.00 Otto Knudsen, loss of sheep, clmd. $30.00, allowed 29.80 Clarencd Krause, loss or chickens, clmd. $93.00, allowed ••• Edward Kain, loss of sheep .. Art Lester, loss of sheep IBen Lampe, loss of sheep, ttres, all Inner tubes and tire boots patching cement, top dressing, stoi eak; ateo all car awnings, 13 leather halters, S rope halters; 1 set breeching harness with bridles; also all hold back straps, hitch straps, 3 pair of lines, for harness, 11 leather collars, and 11 canvas collars, all fan belts on display rack, 5 large steel clevis's, 20 yellow sweat pads, 13 Imitation leather sweat pads, and 17 felt sweat pads, 8 neck or collar pads; also all engine gaskets, Joined there, by Mrs. Weisbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibbons, of Hawley, Minn., and her brother, James GiWions. and family, of Minneapolis. They returned Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson had sis Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. f-e Roy Newel and sons Warren and Franklin, of Hartley, the lister Johnson family, of Bancroft, tho Charles Newel and Ervin Johnson families, Mrs. Elsie John. BQn.'Mrs.- Kate Newel, and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and baby daughter, of Fenton NOTICE OF PBOBATE OF WILL No. 3578. State of Iowa, Koseuth county, as In District Court, November term 1931. To-All -Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry Elmers, deceased, dated July 6, 1931, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 12th day of January, 1932, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County or the Clerk of said Court ;and at 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. all articles of merchandise in show case, 1 Favorite hard coal stove, 4 5-gallon cans of Enarco motor oil, 1 Phoenix electric radio, 1 Corona portable adding machine, 1 50-gallon oil barrel with pump and containing about 15 gallons of oil, 1 50-gallon oil barrel with pump and containing, about 10 gallons of auto oil; all above property "now located in the building now occupied 15.00 10.00 78.20 20.00 6.00 iuen *-iuuii>e, ujo= --••. -»••—•-• , clmd. $16.00, allowed ... ..... ».00 Charles Laraen. loss of sheep, clmd. $30.00, allowed .' 20.00 (Frank Merron, loss of sheep, clmd. $25.00, allowed 20.00 J C. Mawdsley, loss of sheep, clmd. $25.00, allowed Roy Mlno, loss of sheep .. ... Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, loss of sheep, clmd. $7.00, allowed ... John T. Pedersen, loss or sheep, clmd. $30.00, allowed .. Wm. H. Payne, loss of sheep, clmd $28.00, allowed 18.80 W. E. Qulnn, loss of sheep, clmd. $67.20, allowed 56.00 Magnus Rahm. loss of aheep, clmd. $65.00, allowed ... ... .. 43.00 •Frank Sanftner, loss of sheep 12.00 T.OO 5.00 18.00 10.00 , Louts Schafer, loss of sheep, clmd. $15.00, allowed ........ •Fred 'Seefeld, loss of sheep, clmd. $7.00, allowed ........ 5.00 H. Tjaden, loss of sheep .. .. *w W. P. Vaske, loss of sheep, olmd. $12.00, allowed ........ Gordon Westcott, loss of sheep, clmd. $24.00, allowed.. F J. Wlllrett, loss of sheep, clmd. , $6P.OP. allowed 9.00 42.00 . , .. .... .,... RHSOL-V.ED: That "County Auditor la hereby ordered and directed to is- by F. J. Hatten, In croft, Kossuth county, -*"- ^ue warran s foT all bills allowed at Ban- e meetln(r as snown by the "sehed- Iowa, ulo of ci a i ms " hereinbefore written and ' I will proceed to sell said as per vote on each indltvdual bill, property, or so much thereof as may *g£ s A & n Board a aj ottr ned to om| be necessary to satisfy said execu- L£ locmopuom . tion with costs and accruing costs one o'clock p. m.—Board of Super- at public auction, to the highest bid- ^"metjjunju^t toAdjournment der, for cash, in hand, on the 6 th l w . M o ^ Dated at Algona, Iowa, December 14, 1931. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court By CLARA REYNOLDS, Deputy. day of January, 1932, at the east] by Helken that open ditch rtght-of- door of the Courthouse in Algona, way report of A. E. Michel, Engineer, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the or^Dr. ^'^^Vudffis^ere^y hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, lnatructe( j to change acreage for open when and where due attendance will aitch right-of-way on assessor books be given by the undersigned. 1931. E. A. Hufikamp and daughters, SulUvan , McMahon & Linnan, Virginia and Bertha, spent Christmas witli I he Wesley Witters, at Des Moin«5, and Mrs^ Huskamp, who is sill) ill at the Iowa Lutheran hospital, where she was taken following a Berlous auto accident Bomo time. ago. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and George QeronsJn Sr., of Armstrong, the S. Lund family, Lawrence, Georgia Rutli and Roy Peterson, Cedrick Thomas, of Ringsted, and Elvira Wehrspnnp, of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were IhosU at Christmas dinner to Mr. Weisurod's parents. Mr. and Mrs Mike- Weiabrod. and their granddaughter, Verona -• .Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, and Mr and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod. Mr. and Mi». Robert Vottler entertained their children and fam- i.£ie*i. Present were: Mrs. Kate Han- telwann anil children, John Vottler, Mr. ttnd Mrs. H. D. Wehrspann and 4auffhter Elvira, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 'Sims and daughter Shirley. •Jr. and Mrs. John Dempsey had a» their euests Mr. and Mrs. John Arboga^t, Mi*. Kosle I-egate, of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sharp and* children, of A.TOP Kock, Mr. oiid Airs. Chris Godfredson. of Ringsted. , , Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Newel and I» % w»e. T- • O. Lively, of Attorneys. 14-16 . - Roohodter. Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. F. ft WoOabml and son Wallace, of loaiwoleVurir. were Sunday guests a,t p. P. Newel's. Tfa» Rev. and Mr* J.. T. and cJUWrfln, Waxren t« JL*to City NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, In and for Kossuth county Iowa State Board of Education, Plaintiff, vs. George W. Paine, Laura Paine William Wendt, Marie M. Wendt C. H. Beardsley. Florence C Beardsley, C. E. Paine, J. T. Chrlschilles, State of Iowa, J. R. Watkins Company, F. S. Norton & Son, C. M. Qulnby, Merchants Life Insurance Co., E. J. Murtagh, Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., Kossuth County, and E. J. Murtagh, Defendants. To the Above Named Defendants:. You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for Kossuth county, Iowa, the Final Report and Amendment thereto, of the Receiver In the above entitled cause; that said report has been set down for hearing by the Court on January 11, 1932, at 10 a. m., at the Court House, in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa; and that unless you appear thereto and make objections on or before said day and time, un order will be entered by the Court as prayed in said Report. • B. R. WISDOM, Assistant Attorney General, in accordance herewith. (See record for resolution). Ayes: AU. Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that following open ditch L. E. HOVEY, right-of-way claims be allowed, and * T« ,„ County Auditor instructed to refund Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. or &b l te satd tex as case may be: By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Dr. 4— , T ,,. Philip Holcomb, N 1-2 SW 1-4 Sec. Neiman & Leake, 3-99-so 6 acres| Plaintiff's Attorneys. 15-16 | jg. p. A. K. TrI. No. 84- James Leroy Donovan, -E 1-2 SW 1-3 Sec. 6-96-29 5.5 acres Dr. 7— R. B. Geerdes, W 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec. 8-98-27 1.23 acres Dr. 165— A. Bosma, that part of the SW 1-4 NW 1-4 lying W. of .center line of open ditch 13-99-28, NW 1-4 N1S 1-4 14-99-28. that part of the NE 1-4 NE 1-4 lying W. of the center line of open ditch 14-99-28, SB 1-4 NE 1-4 14-99-28 2.2 acres A. Bosma, that part of S 1-2 BW 1-4 and SB 1-4 lying W. of W. bank of No. 105 11-99-28 4.13 acres! Auditor's Office, Dec. 17, 1931. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Board proceeded to audit and allow Domestic Animal Claims as follows: SCHEDULE OF CLAIMS DOMESTIC ANIMAL FUND >Lark Reynolds, loss of sheep, clmd. $31.00 Clarence iSeefeld, loss of mare, .not allowed 0 r . clmd. $1:5.00 ... Leavttt & Johnson Trust Co., of J. J. Rink, loss of sheep, ... not allowed Waterloo, NW 1-4 15-100-28 10.75 acres clmd. $10.00 ... not allowed J. J. Rink, loss of sheep, clmd. $10.00 David C. King, -loss of sheep, ..not allowed clmd. $16.00 James T. Flaherty, loss of cow, not allowed clmd. 12.50 ..not allowed J. 'F. Sullivan, loss of sheep. clmd. $9.00 ... ..not allowed Mrs. Anna Kalselm, SW 1-4 1-100-28 John Frankl and E. ..3.72 acres! J. Gllmore, SW 1-4 NE 1-4 22-100-28 ... 2.39 acres I E 1-2 8E5 1-4 22-100-28 ,....0.0 acres W 1-2 SB 1-4 22-100-28 ...... 11.39 acres Win. Bauman, NW 1-4 SW 1-4 112.20 acres 16 Attorney for Receiver. NOTICE OF 8HBBIFFS STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice is hereby gives *J»* J. F.. Hoflus, loss of geese, clmd. *28.50 not allowed W. O. Dunlap, loss of rabbits, clmd. $8.00 not allowed S. J. Willrett, -loas of aheep, clmd. $36.00 not allowed J. P. Klrsch, loss of sheep, clmd. $30.00, allowed $ 24.00 L. A. Barslou, loss of sheep, clmd. $40.00, allowed 25.50 Dan Froehlich, loas of sheep, clmd. $12.00, allowed 10.00 John Brown, loss of sheep ... 20.00 John T. (Peterson, loss of aheep, clmd. $90.00, allowed. 60.00 J. J. McDonald, loss of sheep, clrad. $120.00, allowed 80.00 ien Lampe, -loss of sheep, . clmd. $24.00, allowed 18.00 Rich Broa, loss of aheep. clmd. $10.00, allowed 3.T5 Alfred .Jergenson, loss of sheep - 9.00 Lark Reynolds, loss of eheejj, clmd. $06.00, allowed ... 8160 W. M. Porter, loss of aheep, clmd. $12.00, allowed 6-80 E. K. iWawdaley, low of sheep, olmd. $12.00, allowed.. 4.60 J. c. Maw4a»ey, loss of show «M» 'of Ayes' All • Motion by Heiken and seconded by McDonald that Soldier's Exemption on E 1-2 SW 1-4 See. 6-96-29, of James S. Donovan for $500.00 is hereby allowed for 1931. Ayes: All. Motion by 'Funnemark and seconded by McDonald that final estimate on Grading Project No. 3 of Bauck Construction Co. for $621.00 Is hereby allowed. Ayes: AU. . Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Helken that Ignatz Elsenbacher is hereby refunded 50c pouuty poll. Aves- ley township for 1930 on account of also toeing paid in Wesley Ind. Wesley. Ayes: AH. . Motion py Funnemark and seconded by Morris that County Auditor is hereby Instructed to transfer from Reconstruction (Dr. 45 to Praln 45 on account of being erroneously charged. Ayes: Ay. ^ Motion *>y McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that T. A. Corey, J, If. Moore, and A. are hereb IIPF** fH,V **V#v»frf. i^f-*yw,rw-;-Tr.T- -- slons to rsMJlassjfy payment. 84. (See recor All. ...., U intended » and »ve it till th«r need it Whea you are flU and take It to your printer. Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement l-It to customary to start out with some reaion Jor holding the .sale, such as "As I am about to (arming and move to town." Give jour rewn hete: ----------------- ........ - 3_Give day and date of sale —'• - " 4 Give hour when sale is to begin—. — •-- : :.--'"""~~~~~~" 5— What about lunch, if any? ____————-— •6—How many horses?.— Describe each animal, with weight?and age; and if you have any outstanding horses or teams give particulars- — ——— •7—How many cattle? Describe them, and be sure to give particulars about bulls, dairy cows, purebred or good grade beef cattle, etc. Play up the merits of your stuff. The fellow ten miles away will know only what you tell him in your bill and ad. :8—How many hogs? Do as you did with the cattle. Tell everything you would want to know yourself if you were looking for hogs and saw a'bill or ad of a man ten miles away who was going to close out. Let the printer sweat if yours is a long bill—the price will be the same anyhow 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?.. 11—Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs? - '. 12—Farm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete llsf. In these automobile dap • | grindstone may fetch a buyer ten miles away .....,„__- " 13—Miscellaneous „ „.„_ „.,«,«,-»»«.»•!• 14—See your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many month*?. 15—How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) ,,-,«-•*->»»»«**»•> 16—How large an ad do you want? (The usual size is one-fourtfc »"^^T^^ ffif Note—The customary order calls for 100 12x18 bills and a auartor wen ad. That require *»**>»• tbe **%£. Tl* the bill and again for the ad. But you can. if you like! I* only tbY»4»n* few prtntWUH 'ftt* the • M *2Fj| * Lr±o^V he T r ' *!" y ° Ur Wn W1U * «*«*» wS« ttfn to. SW rtM'UA W* **»»**»«* V recommended for sales where considerable property Is to be sold. 17—Your name. 18—Auctioneer 19—Clerk •WTfW^W Remember that from the north line Of Fenton, Burt, Portland and BuftetottaraahiM to the •»»<*> I* 1 **. °lJrsii ttl In these days of the autonwbib farmers think wthtog*P« travS^^uTlMBS^W **** *Nf WlP* *** 9M * , -^1 tanee wiU often pay wany time* the expense of an, advertisement In th« AdvuM. ' , x ' 'i

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