Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1932
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PAGE EIGHT in Autumn Hosiery! SABLE MINK BEAVER FORMERLY $1.35 Smartest of new Fall hosiery shac'ss! So say Vera Borea, Maggy Rouff and Jane Regny—3 famous Paris dressmakers who selected them for new Fall costumes. They're lovely with 'most any color. Famous Phoenix quality—made of Certified Silk for greater beauty, longer wear. Chiffon and semi-service weights. New low prices! Also ask to see Blue Fox, an all-occasion shade White's GROCERY Week End Specials Oatmeal— Large pkg. 13c Rice Krispies— 4 Qf* 2 packages I 51C Sorghum— CQf* New, per gal. OOC Soap Chips— Large pkg., 2 for 21 c Currants, New, large pkg. 18c Soap, Sunday Monday, 10 bar's 19c Pineapple—No. 2 crushed, 2 for_ Macaroni—• 3 packages 13c 73rd ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS You Can Bake a Good Cake Easily and at "Low Cost With GOLD MEDAL CAKE FLOUR 23< PKG. Creamery Butter Ib. 24c Pillsbury's or Gold Medal Flour 49 lb. Bag $1.31 24£ Ib. Bag 69c SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 49 lb Bag 79c 24£ lb Bag 45c Calumet Baking Powder . Brown Sugar ...... 4 ««• 23c Rajah Salad Dressing, 2 ro. 25c QUART 25c Rajah Sandwich Spread, ., . Zjy- 2§£ Crlsco^ ..... fTi. i9c 3~"»- 5Tc Vanilla Extract . .... .^'^170 Hershey Chocolate .... *-""• 17c Red Circle Coffee . . . . . 3 us. 63c ffMoO MAXWELL HOUSE OR l/IMiee CHASE & SANBORN MORTON'S Iodized or Free Running SALT Tokay Grapes 3 Ibs. 25c Celery 2 for. . . 15c Pears, Basket . , $1.15 , ., MAWDSLEY (Continued from page 1.) FORMER ALGONIAN CONDUCTS CHICAGO TOUR FOR WOMEN Union Twp., Oct. 4—Lois Schenck, Chicago, Home and Household editor of Prarile Farmer, writes that the annual tour of Chicago for women supervised by Prairie Farmer and W'LS radio station was held over the week-end. Lois, In charge of the affair, made advance plans for. only 100, but 241 women "trippers" from six states, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and Iowa, made are not only useless but hampering. not favor the proposal Just advanced by the Joint.legislative committee ort reduction of expenditures appointed by the last general assembly tp create a county'commission to pass on the levies of all boards, Including the board of supervisors, \he school .boarcls,"and city councils. I think these boards, being In close touch with their constituents, ought ,to know better what«they are about than any commission could know. Mosf commissions and super-boards 'eservations. A fee of $9.50 covered ;he trip from arrival to headquar- *s, Hotel La Salle, Friday morning ill after a farewell breakfast Sunday. The trippers were taken about Ihlcago in eight long busses. Vld Contest Losers Entertain— The Good Hope Aid met at the ommunity room last Thursday for party climaxing a contest started i year ago, when members were divided into two groups captained by \lesdames William Broderson and V. J. Dodds respectively. The wiri- ling side with most points was en- ertalned by the losers, Mrs. Dodds, laptaln. Points were given for re- ponse to roll call with bible verses ir short poems, taking guests, pay- ng lOc for lunch, and other condl- ions. Games and a lunch .featured he meeting. The members took luilt blocks 20x20 Inches. Prints had een put on "crazy" fashion, and he quilt will be given to the mem- whose block has the lumber of pieces on H. largest )no "Superior" School Here— A recent list of "superior" rural chools of the state names 15 in 14 ounties. Kossuth has one in Union ownship, Dist. No. 4, the fourth chool to receive the rating. County upt. Wm. Shirley is interested to now that Dallas . county has two uch schools. Mr, Shirley was rear- d in Dallas, and says that of the \vo superior schools there, Dist. No. Sugar Grove township, is the chool in his old home district which e attended three years, and the ther, Dist. 'No. .9, Sugar Grove, is ne which he later taught. Mr. Shir- iy adds, "This, of course, has noth- ng to do with their being superior chools." [rs. Jenklnson Ahont Again— Friends ' of Mrs. W. F. Jenklnson re happy to see her able to get bout after two years of illness. Irs. Jenkinson now walks with the id of a crutch. She attends Moth- rs & 'Daughters club meetings and ther affairs. Eleanor Cruikshank, raduate of the state university ursing school stays with her grand- arents, Mr. and Mrs. Jenklnson. 'hrostilng- Ring Holds Meeting 1 — The threshing machine ring of vhich -Frank Hoflus Is manager :eld its annual settling-up meeting iaturday 'evening at the Hoflus- lome. The families attended and lad a social time while the men •ere busy. A lunch featuring home iiade ice cream 1 was served later. Other Union. Mrs. A. H. Wood accompanied; A. R. Cruikshank, lay delegate, to the Methodist conference at Sioux City Friday. The Rev. A. H. Wood went o SJoux City last week Tuesday. They are expected home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson left by auto Friday for Aberdeen, S, Dak., to visit Mr. and Mrs: Arditft Hicks, the latter .a daughter of the Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Schenck went to Ledyard last week Wednesday to bring home their son Paul, who had visited 'Florence Goetz several days. Instead 6f further complicating our public machinery We ought to get back to simpler government more responsive to the people. If we need a remedy In the way of appeal from the action of local boards, let it be to the courts, where all sides will have a fair chance before an assuredly competent tribunal. Because I favor preservation of local government I am also against the 'proposed county assessor system. Supports Primary System. 11. I believe that , the common run of people ought to have their say about naming candidates for public office and I shall therefore oppose the current movement to abolish or emasculate the primary election system. 12. It follows from the foregoing that I shall, If elected, stand firmly and aggressively for every possible •means to bring about justice in taxation and the' amelioration of present intolerable conditions. I pledge myself to devote my time and strength to solution of these ques- tolns, not only Ayhile the legislature Is in session but Immediately upon election and throughout my term of office. On this pledge and -without regard to party I solicit the support of every voter in Kossuth county. F. W. WEHLER FUNERAL HELD LAST THURSDAY Pastor 'F. J. Clark conducted the funeral service for F. W. Wehler at the Congregational- church last Thursday. Many members of the Masonic lodge attended; also a large number of Rotarians, including a delegation from Fairmont, where Herman Wehler is a Rotarian. Mrs. Clark gang solos before and after the sermon. The rostrum was banked with flowers, and there were Masonic and Rotary set pieces; also a set piece from the Emmetsburg Knights Templar lodge. Pall-bearers were W. E. McDonald, R. H. Miller, R. W. Horigan, K. D. James, D. D. Paxson, and Al Falkenhainer. Here to attend the funeral were Mr. Wehler's mother, Mrs. .Regina Wehler, with her son Louis and daughter Anna, with whom she lives at Pocahontas; the brother Herman and his wife; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Emmerson, Winnebago, Minn., the former a coueln of Mr. "Wehler; John and Frank Huebsch, Mrs. Kate Hnebsch, and Mrs. William Minney, all of McGregor, brothers ami sisters- of Mrs. Wehler. FOUR CORNERS BRIDE IS HONERED AT SHOWER FRIDAY totts Creek, Oct. 2—A surprise in honor of Mrs. Fred Meyer Sr. on her 81st birthday was sprung by the Fenton Lutheran Aid Saturday afternoon in the church basement. The entertainment consisted of a one-act, play, readings, and songs. A gift and cake bearing SI candles were presented to the honoree. Relatives were also entertained, including Mrs. KOSSDTH FOUfi-H 61111$ STUDY COUNTY'S TREES Four-H club girls interested In a forestry contest \Vhlch Is going oft this year made a tour of the county In a study of forestry problems a Week ago Saturday. •At Union Slough County Agent Morrison explained the state's plan for recovering an area for a state park which would provide a reti-eat for wild birds in -flora native to this county. ; Another part of the tour was a field trip through the Ambrose A. Call state park with Paul Wille, custodian, In which trees w.ere Identified. A pleasing experience was the dlscoyery of an elm with a circumference of 19% feetf It was estimated that this tree Is 400 years old. A closed gentian plant was seen. It Is now blooming, and the color Is a glorious blue. . Girls who made the trip were Georgia Ann Gelgel, Irvlngton township; Eleanor Payne and Frances Wlnkel,' of the Union club; Marie Miller, and Ella and Alvlna Dreyer, Fenton. The county agent and the 'H. D. A. accompanied them. held Jftnftstfyi Mr iWl --•,"•" /t ~r-~ K; „a. nt-of told, day, *«*»"* #**&* ^ director shall b$ elefcted t£ aetvf'fb* L^ one- year,.one dtfeelof ,tot ft tefnt,of -'"H two years and one v dJffeotof .fdf- * term of three years.' At ski* meet* Ing a president and 66cretary-trea«- Urer shall be elected for a 6ne*yeafr period, the Poard of-Directors and officers of said corporation' to be elected by the holders ot- the common stock of the corporation. Under the Artclles of Incorporation, the personal property of the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debt. 3-6 WALTES B.' RAE, President. E. N. TAYLOR, Secretary-Treasurer. WESLEY GIRL, WHITTEMORE YOUTH ARE MARRIED MONDAY Wesley, Oct. 4—(Felice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Eisenbacher, Wesley, and Norbert Hllbert, of Whlttemore, were married at St. Joseph church at S o'clock Monday morning. The bride's pastor, the Rev. Father AVesslIng, conducted nuptial mass, and the couple was attended by Cecelia and Linus Els- enbacher. A wedding: breakfast was rved to the bridal party at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Hllbert, teaching southwest o£ "Weeley, will finish her term before the couple begins housekeeping. —o——— • Hooks 10-LTi. Pickerel. St. Joe, Oct. 4 — "While John Sciuairca was casting in the Des Moines river near his place recently he,hooked a 10-lb. pickerel which measured 27 inches from tip to 'tip. Want Ads WANTED—COBS. — Pbone 443'LJ. COAL HEATER FOR SI&LE—Phone 181. Gp4 FOR SALE—Washing; Call Advance.' machine. — toS WANTED—HORSES TO PASTURE -•-Carl Hutchins. 6u4 TO RENT—MODERN HOUSK—F. W. Dingley. 6U2tf SPECIAL SALE OF WASH frocks at 7-5c.—The Elite. 9u4 FOR SALE— CABBAGE;-: i- T-L. G. Pool, phone 18F4'. - per i&u ],0p4 GOOD WHITE FACEDi BUXJU." Henry Miller, Wtilttemorei. T MEN AND WOMEN WANTED' TO dress poultry.—Apply at SWift & Co. iaua-4! MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS' — Board if desired. — 220 west Call. street. _ _ • _ 1'Op* _ _ FOR SALE— (POTATOES ions. All prices. — " Ray S. Me- PATTERSON AND LUND ARE SPEAKERS AT EMMETSLURG Last Thursday's Emmeteburg Reporter announced that Senator Patterson and Frank J. Lund, Webster City, would speak at a meeting this week Monday night at Emmetsburg. The object of the meeting was to discuss means to boost prices of farm products, and it was said that he question of endorsing the equal- zation,fee, or something like it, vould come up. Though not so stated, the announcement read as if this vas to be a Farmers' Holiday meet- ng.. Mr. Lund is one of the principal backers of the independent candidacy of Senator Brookhart for reelection. Henry Meyer, Mrs. M. F. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. Meyer, Byersons Have Girl. Burt, Oct. 4 — Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson are parents of a daughter, born last week Wednesday at an Algona hospital. Mr. Ryerson is a former county Farm Bureau president, and his wife is the daughter of Le Roy McWhorter, former Portland township farmer who now lives at Osage. Mrs. Ryerson's mother died a few months ago. ALGONA GIRL IS NAMED TO SCHOOL DRAMATIC COUNCIL Grinnell, Oct. 3—Doris Long, Algona, has been appoined to membership in Grinnell's dramatic council, which has charge of all dramatic activities on the campus. The council consists of three faculty members and four student members two of the < latter chosen from the Grinnell chapter of National Collegiate Players, two from the department of drama. Miss Long-, a senior, represents the 'Players. M'Whorters Hare Girl. Burt, Oct. 4—A daughter was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Me Whorter at the Kossuth hosplta The youngster is a .granddaughte of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Me Corkle, east of Algona. The child' father is republican county chair man. There are two other 1 daugh ters in his family. Holds Mission Fest, Whittemore, Oct. 4 —St. Paul's Lutheran congregation here celebrated its annual mission fest Sunday. At 10:30 a. m. the Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona, gave a German sermon, and the choir sang a German song. In the afternoon the Rev. Mr. Richmanri, Burt, preached in English. Swea City The annual play-work game of the Swea City Boy Scouts was held Monday evening as an "Indian massacre." When the lire siren sounded at 4:15 P. m. each boy donned his uniform and went to the Pearson garage, where Buell Pearson and Herbert Winter met them. The troop was then divided, one as the "whites", the other as Indians. The Rev. Raymond Swanson took charge of the Indians, and Scoutmaster Siemans of the "whites." The Indians wore .red strings on their right wrists; the "whites," white strings. Each Scout Wad his haversack, with Scout book, knot rope, two matches, a couple of dark bread sandwiches, a piece of raw beef steak, a raw potato, butter, salt, fruit, and milk. After the game the boys had a picnic supper. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Buell Pearson, Harvey Reid, Rome Johnson, and H. T. Winter drove to Des Motoea Tuesday to hear (President Hoover. Sooth Cresco Vnorter, Burt. 10u3 "•OR BENT — MODERN: low.—Phone or write Leslie- Jenins, Algona. 10p4! VANT TO BORROW $6fl»lON:f2',700- farm property for IS uire Advance. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALB, STATE OF IOWA, > < . KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. ' ••!•• Case No. 14143. .'., Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed rected to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 27th day of September, 1932, in favor of Aetna Life Insurance Company, as plaintiff! and against M. ,F. Gronbach, as defendant, for the sum of Fifteen, Thousand Three Hundred Eighty and 67/100 ($15,380.57) .Dollars and' costs,- taxed at Two Hundred Fifteen and 5S/100 , ($215.58) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said M. F. Gronbach, widower, F. Besten- lehner, Harold Nielson, and R. W. Klnnotz to satisfy said execution, to-wit: All that part of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Ninety-four (94) North, flange Twenty-eight(2'8) AVest of the Fifth Principal Merid- ian'lying West of the RIght-of-Way of the C.'& N. W. Railway containing 153.acres more or less;and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 29th day of October, 1D32, at the enst 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 28th day of September, 1932. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 4-5 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT;. Furnished .or unfurnished.. Garage.— hone G27-W or 254. 1 tf FOR SALE — SMALL,, stove.—Call Advance. HJBTATINXS OR SALE OR TRADE: FOR livestock, little giant elavatott^-^, A. Schipull, phone 13F31.. NOW is .THE TIME: TO HAVE your broken window; gtos* replaced.—See Bert Deal. I'4u4 DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS— Delivery any day in; w.eelfc.—D. C. fardner, phone 11F121.. FOR SALE—YEARLING W. LEG- horn hens in heavy production.— Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 12tfu NOTICE OF SHEBIFF'S SALE . STATE OF IOWA, ..., /',' KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. .'.'", Case No. 14088. ' . ','!:,.' Notice is hereby given that by ,ylrr tue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the Dlstriqt Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court on the 30th day of September, 1932, In favor of The Fremont Joint Stock Land Bank of Fremont, Nebraska, a corporation, as plaintiff, and against K. H. SkHIing and Sadie E. Skilllng, as defendants, for the sum of Seven Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty- Niius and SI/100 ('$7789.81) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Thirty-one and 20/100 ($131.20) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said R.. H. Sfcffling and Sadie E. Skilllng, Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, L. A. Andrew,. Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, .as Receiver of the People's Sayings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, to satisfy safd execution, to-wlt: West half. CW%) of the Northeast Quarter CN'EU) of Section 21. Township 95, Range 2S/West of the 5th P. M., alV situated in ( K6ssuth County, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest Welder, for cash, in hand, on the 3rd ; day of November, 1932, at the east door' of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 3rd day of WANTED—iDEPENODliBIJa person for housework on, farm;: small wages.—'Write "X,! 1 care Advance. . ' • g.4-.5 A FEW CORDS OF FURNACE wood wanted by the Advance on subscription accounts, new or old. 1-6 FOR SALE—ONE BELLE CITY Fordson corn picker; also model A Ford coach, 2-door, one 1928 Chevrolet truck, one beet box eheap.—El- bert Garage. 24u4 1932. October, L. B. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. L. A. AVinkel and F. A. Peterson, Plaintiff's Attorney. NOW ELECTRIC PERFORMANCE in battery operated radio; low bat- drain; super-het console, complete.—Gamble Stores. tery $49.95 17-4 Mi-, and Mrs. F. L. Miller got home Monday night from an over- Sunday visit with Minneapolis relatives, Mrs. L. E. Martin accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Harig, St. Benedict, for a visit Sunday at her uncle Otto Harig's, Hoi- landale, Minn. The M, & D. club was entertained last Thursday by. Mrs. Charles Reaper at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Mrs. Myrtle Hunt, Bancroft, was a guest. The Star-Spangled Banner was the opening song. Mrs. F. L. Miller was elected secretary-' treasurer, Mrs. H. BJelland assistant, in place of Mesdames Laurence Olson and Ray Brown. Program: You Tell, Mrs. F. L. Zelgler; October, Hazel Dutton; Grandpa's Birthday, Mrs. Miller; duet, Mesdames M. L. Dutton and W. L. Martin; The Way of the World, Mrs. F. Parks; conundrums, Mrs. Lindhorst, who had charge of program. The next meeting is to-be held October 13 at Mrs. O. S. Moore's. The dues and the charity fund have been cut In half for the current year. Mrs. F. L. Miller entertained Sunday in honor of F. L.'s birthday. Attending: the L, flU Wellendorfs, the L. H. Crawfords, the G.,Ii. and O. L. Millers. Mrs- Mae iMUler; Mesdames F. E. and M, A. Bartholomew and their children, F. E. and M. A. PUREBRED HOLSTEIN BULL calves by the herd sire from the Highest C. T. A. herd In Iowa in 1930. Dams average 60 Ibs. milk a day. Priced to sell.—F. L. Ryerson, Burt. being In Minnesota on fishing trip; Mr. and Mrs, B. ,C. Wilkfaw and Dolph; and Thomas James, brother of Mrs.-O. I* 30p4 PUREBRED HOLSTEIN BULLS from high producing cows for sale reasonably; also some very good grade Holsteln cows with good records.—Leo C. Bernhard, Bancroft, 23p4 FOR SA<LE — CHESTER WHITE boars; one junior yearling, 2 senior pigs, and a few juniors; priced with the times. This ad will, appear but once.—'Aaron Taylor, Burt, la. 28p4 LEGAL NOTICES ^, N *M ,\^^r ""•"FCTwrare- iftmmm. "Where You Feel a | Home" j On display at store Thurs,, r and Saturday—Oct 6-7^ and all next week. •We cordially invite all friends* and customers ,. store to our Quilt Show, to be held in the store IV /•^lay, Friday, and Saturday of this week and al ; week. Prize Winners will be on display i nth ^windows and you will see many beautiful nuiiJ f liall different periods of time, dating back ; Gome in the next time you are down town and If ilive but of town, plan a trip to Algona this weel • next. We are much pleased at the generous resni we'have had to, this show .and are gratified at 'beauty of this now popular department of handiw I To all those .who helped to make our show p os ^ but who did not receive prizes for their trouble ; thank you. To the prize winners—our congrati Vtions. •..•'"• ression Killers You wllP find .the following depression killers at Neville's .Shoe Store. ' ;#l !( ..•',.,;; -"•- vi .?, i: ; Men's work s&oes, all sizes, good Uskicle soles, at $1,00 I Children's school shoes and oxfords, sizes 9 to 2, at 79c Men's sox, tan, gray, blue, and brown, at . ......... fc.'. Chlldrden's school hose, all sizes up to 9'/!, at _____ 5c Men's- Blue- RI3ge union suits, medium weight, at J9« . Men's dress shirts, full cut fancy patterns, at ....45t Men's Police shoes, double sole, all sizes, at ..... JUS : | Men's heavy mud rubbers, Firestone quality, at ..69c Men's Goodyear welt kid or Kangaroo -shoes, at .Jl.'D Men's Winter caps, extra, values, all sizes, at _____ 49t Boys' night shirts given away at _____ ........ i.JOc Boys' suspenders, while they last, at _____________ 10c Ladles' fine . mercerized hose, 2 pairs for ......... S5c Our special fun-fashioned ladles' hose, wonderful values, at ____- ---- __ _______ ___ _____ ; __________ 4fc . Boys' whoopee pants, small sizes, at ______________ 8Jc Men's sweater Jackets, warm lined, at ____ ; ________ Dh'/'l Boys' sweaters;, pull-over or button front, at ______ We, 1 These are only 'a few of -the bargains you will find .'» at Neville's Shoe Store. It will be easy on your pock- i etbook and do your heart good to trade at Neville's thia fall. You get good standard goods and at prices that you can afford to pay. Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la, NOTICE OF SHEBIFF'S SALE STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Case No. 14196. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 3rd day of October, 1932 in favor of Alfred W. KIamp,. as plain- •' tiff, and against Fred J. AVillrett, as defendant, for the sum of Fifteen- Thousand Three Hundred Ninety-' six and 93/100 ($15,390.93) Dollars 1 and costs, taxed at Two Hundred 1 Fifteen and 96/100 (|215.96) Dollars' and accruing costs, I have levifed upon the following described real Property as the property of the said Laura B. Hopkins, A, B. Hop- 1 kins, Sadie Hopkins, Fred J. Willrett, Frieda Wlllrett, I, A. Andrew' Superintendent of Banking of the 1 btate of jpwa, a s Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa' Melvin Rieken, Mrs. Melvin Rieken' Kossuth county, Iowa, H. N. Kruse' as Treasurer of Ko asu th county NOTICE OP IKCOBPOIUTION Notice is given of the formation of a corporation which shall be known as B. N. Taylor, Inc., with principal place- of business at Algona, Iowa. The general nature of the business Is to deal in building materials and fuels. The authorized capital etoek is $10,000.00, ten shares at $100.00 per share being -paid in. The corporation shall function from da-te of September 21st, A. D. 1932, for a period of twenty years therefrom Walter -B. Rae, William Edward Taylor and B. N. Taylor shall comprise the Board of Directors; Walter B. Rae ahaU act as president *nd B. N. Taylor as §ecretary-Treas- urer, said Board and officers to conduct the affajjra. of the corporation until the first mating to be the P. Railway proceed essary with ™ Chicago and county; of Northwestern Company; and I will to. sell said property or *> much thereof as may bfC to satisfy said execution, pubuc7uVnno^r ns coste ai ated «* 3rd day 1932. Plaintiffs Attorney. ^ ^ uses Anderson Grain and Coa| (. '••' - : '; .• vy;/PHONE SOB Farm Loani * • • .:'-.'* We have a limited amount of money to lo| choice farms. Haggard & Falkenl AlGOJfA, IOWA SPECIAL NOT' 1 GLASS OF ALL KINI We have complete need o on our to our regular *« to . •4«^M V gte-wfc, • .——o/s JOEGREENBERG .'•!•' " ; . >p»pnil« ^

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