Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1932 · Page 11
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K088UTH COtmTY APVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA "1 i 1" ,. f r - -J 1 -^ ' ' * E* «- F -..£ , S * i *^ s J ' J. ik \ S f* 1 1 It* M \- ...... ,„ , r .,, ., r .,,,.JN>$ ! l^^ ' •' '%>'> %* :/^>*, %''"•'*„ <' u ''>s V'"< '"ibf.f ' ' -V.-f'~ "I* To the Voters of Kossuth County In the past .two years I have re- !>eatedly gone on record either by •word, act, or deed as favoring legle- ifextton that would reduce the cost of JKor«rnmcnt to a point which would >be in harmony with the taxpayers' aibllity to pay. This simply means the reduction tat ALL TAXES, direct and indirect, vend Includes the automobile license Sfee. My vigorous opposition to the 9100,000,000 bond issue was also for SM> other reason than to call .a halt *» oar elaborate road program, be- •catis* I felt that prevailing conditions did nat warrant the same. I have been a pioneer in the idea •wT a moratorium to forestall fore- "CJoBurea and an ardent advocate of •long-term loans at lower rates of interest In order to save the fruits of 3ong years of toll for farmers, labor- 3ng classes and business people. And 3 am pledged to do everything in my tpower to bring about its realization 3n the event I am placed in a posl- ition to do so. Bnt unless the national adminis- •tration is in a receptive mood, the {passing of resolutions by our state Hegislatare which Implore such con- Bideration is simply an idle gesture «ma amounts to exactly nothing. I have always contended that all (members of society must bear their 4:alr share of our present economic <aSstress, and to that end I sponsored •end actively supported legislation •that sought to repeal mandatory Jaws which compelled the spending of public money in the form of fees, -•alariea, and, unnecessary improve- anenta. BIy record will bear testimony to •the feet that EVERY measure introduced in the 44th G. A. which aimed «t tax reduction got .my support. Only one which called for an increased appropriation to provide much needed facilities for a feebleminded institution was given any consideration by me. We must have tax reduction, but not at the ex- 3>enso of those less fortunate than wursetves. As a legislator I endeavored to ^represent Kossuth county, not as a •partisan politician, but as one wh,o iplaced the welfare of his constituents above everything else. You will areeaTl that the above mentioned reforms and many others were cham- Srioned by me at a time when they 'were not so popular, and when It creqtitred a little backbone to advance them because few people foresaw •their necessity. Should the voters decide on No- "rember 8 to return me to Des aioines for the next session, I feel I «an represent them in a more able manner because I have acquired experience that will greatly aid me in floing so. I pledge myself to leave aio stone unturned in the fight for area? and lasting: tax relief. In closing I wish to thank the peo- J>le for the many courtesies, words *f -encouragement and deeds of kind- extended me during this cam- My only regret is that LOKATA HOST TO GROUPS OF COUNTY WOMEN Lakota, Nov. 1—The Lakota-Ledyard Auxiliary of the W. F. M. S. entertained a unit meeting at the Methodist church Friday, Beside^ Lakota towns represented 'were:' Dolllver, Swea City, Fenton, and Algona. Emmetsburg also helped with the progam though not a member of this unit. The Rev. Mr. .Johnson led the devotions. The unique program was -arranged as a motoring: party, Unit Family on the Way, with the program as follows: The Invitation, 'ome, go, tell, the Rev. Mr. Johnson; The Key, To Unlock the Power or the Journey, Mrs. Philip Weis- >rocl, iFenton; Lights, stewardship, drs. Thompson, Ledyard; Banners, publicity, compel them to come in, •Irs. O. S. Stevenson, .Fenton; Win- ows, Methods, and Plans, Mrs. Aired Meyers, Fenton; music, duet, ilesdamee R. Hamquist and F. O. ohnson; covered dish luncheon at noon; music, led by Mrs. F. O. ohnson; observing (a game) the oad map; duet, Mrs. Hamquist and Mrs. Johnson; our fellow travelers, Irs. Atkinson and Mrs. Morling, Emmetsburg; carriers (mites boxes) fenton; Through the Field Glasses, Irs. A. A. Bishop, Algona; music, ianist for the day, Mrs. G. Yahnke. .corn Club.Has Guest Bny—. . The Acorn club held its annual guest day with Mrs. Art Schlseel ast Thursday afternoon and had as guests 21 members of the Literary Ircle of Buffalo Center. Mesdames Vrt Schlseel, Gus Torine, and Rich- as reception E. Gutknecht vas chairman of the program. A ommittee arranged the following rogram: Greetings from the club ^resident, Mrs. J. H. Wai-burton; he club sextette, Mesdames F. O. ohnson, Will Ley, Harvey Johnson, Ray Smith, Will Turiey, 'and Richrd Hamquist sang two numbers; nd Mrs. I. E. Wortman gave a iook review, The Promised Land, iy Mary Austin.; Mesdames Delia I. Smith and Julia Wortman were lostesses at the tea table where unch was served to 45. JUrs. John Schissel, of Stevens, and Mrs. Opal Vheeler, ..qf Frederlcksburg, • Fla., rere other out of town guests. Dorothy Ferris, of Ellsworth, is could not call on every family in the MBounty but time and conditions did »ot permit. Regardless of the outcome I shall cherish only the kind- tst memories of the 'people of Kos•nth county. A. H. BONNSTETTER Democratic Candidate for State Representative. HOW MODERN WOMEN LOSE POUNDS OF FAT SWIFTLY - SAFELY 4Babt Physical Vlg-or—Youtlifulness With Clear Skin and Vivacious Xyes That Sparkle With Glorious Health. Here's the recipe that banishes fa mud brings into blossom all the nat -nral attractiveness that every worn- Every morning take one-half tea «poonful of Kruchen Salts in a glass «f ihot water -before breakfast — cu down on pastry and fatty meats—go Tight on potatoes, butter, cream and sugar—in 4 weeks get on the scale wnd note how many pounds of fa Slave 'vanished. •Get a bottle of Kruschen Salts— th9 cost !e trifling and it lasts -weeks. If even this first bottle -doesn't convince you this is the eas test, safest and surest way to lose •*at—if yoii don't feel a superb im -provement In health— so gloriously energetic—vigorously alive — you money gladly returned. Bat be sure for your health's sake •that you ask for and get Kruechen Salts. Cet them at E. W. Lusby'; or A. H. Borchardt's or any drug store in the world. WHY GET UP NIGHTS I Make This 25c Test This easy bladder physic is need *d to drie out impurities and exces< mcUs which cause irritation that re cults in leg pains, backache, burning vnd getting up nights. BU-KETS ttbe bladder physic, containing bu «hn, juniper oil, etc., works on th Madder pleasantly and effectively Bimfbkr to castor oil on the bowels 43et a 25c box (5 grain size) from yonr drug-gist. -After four days, i not relieved of getting up nights go back and get ipur money. -You are bound to feR better after this •demising and you get your regular sleep. Locally at E. W. Lusby'e. Notice! Heaary Lavrenss is now barbering in my shop. We will welcome all old and new customers. rd Hamquist acted ommittee, Mrs. W. The little folks played game* and had supper with Dennis. Lewis Price was 16 Sunday and classmates' staged. a surprise .party In his honor. Outdoor games, horseback riding, and lunch furnished entertainment. Ray Meyer sold his Interest In the Lakota service station, and^V. E. Ley has -taken over the business. Harry Mussman is the new manager. The sophomore class held its monthly party at the B. R. Worley's Saturday night and enjoyed. Hallow- een'games, stunts, and eats. ' '• - The junior class play, A (Poor Married Man, was glVen Friday night to a packed house, and $30 was realized. Mesdames 'Delia M. Smith and Roland Smith were Algona shoppers last week Monday. •isiting ierce. her aunt, Mrs. Harold OH Fire Is Put. Out— At 10 o'clock last week Monday ivening the fire.whistle blew, calling ,he fire department to the Princess :afe. The oil stove had been turned ow and the fire bad gone out, letting the gasoline drip into a pan be- ow the burners. When someone attempted to light it the gas caught fire and burned fiercely till the company put it out with a fire extin- L, W, ASH WAS 1873 PIONEER NEAR WESLEY . / Wesley, Nov. 1— Lester Wlnfleld Ash, 79, whose sudden death October 23 from heart disease was reported last week, was born in Kershocton, August 5, 1 : 853, one of ten children of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Ash, and he came with the family to Kossuth in 1>S73, at first living on a farm in Portland, now a part of the Jay Grover place. He was married to Sarah McDowell December 28, 1881, and a little later they came here. Mr. Ash was a blacksmith, and he worked at the trade "50 years, in later life having a small shop on his home place. He te survived by Mrs. Ash and eight children: Orvil, Guy, Floyd, Marion, Glen, and Thelma, of Wesley; Mrs. Leona McDonald, of Highmore, S. D.; Mrs. Flossie Gun- der,M.lgona; also by three brothers and one sister: • Ansel, Decorah; Maro, Oral, S. D. ; Freeman and Mrs. eorge Benner, Weeley. Persons from a. distance who at- ended the funeral last week Wedrtesday , afternoon were: the George Gunders and L. E. Fairbanks, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Ash; Mi-, and Mrs. John Gingery; WebsterCity; Mrs. McDonald. - Tames Flack Dies Oct. 20 — James Flack, 76, Wesleyan many ears, died at his home in west Wes- ey last week Wednesday afternoon. He had been sick a year and had an operation at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, in December, 1931. Hie sis- ,er, Mrs. Hattie Price, and her son' George, assisted at Intervals by Mrs. ulsher. Little damage except by smoke. was done Mission Festival. -Sunday-i- The 'Presbyterian ohu.rch. will celebrate its annual Mission (Festival Sunday. Dr. Boozer, of Ames, will preach in the morning, Dr. Kaiser, of Corning, in afternoon, and the 'Missionary society .will. give. a. play at the evening service. Dinner and supper will be served at the church. Double-BIng' Quilt Started— The Methodist Aid has started double wedding ring quilt at Mrs. A. Q.. Smith's, and Is busy quilting it to be sold at the church bazaar November .16. Last weeli 'Tuesday afternoon some of the members quilted and the rest cleaned the church basement. Price's sons Charles and cared for him. Funeral Harold, services were conducted 'by the Rev. Mr. McNulty at the Methodist church :ast Thursday, and burial was made, In Evergreen. Mr. {Flack was born in Jo Davies county, '111., September 18, 1856, and came here with his parents In 1876 at first farming;'later taking up well drilling. Besides his parents, four brothers and two sisters are dead. Methodist Aid Meets Friday— The October meeting of the Methodist W. F. M. iS. was held at Mrs. Theron Hanson's Friday, nine members arid' three visitors attending. This was the first meeting of the conference year, and "the new text-book, Lady. Fourth's Daughter, was begun, the. biography of a Chinese girl. chosen in The peculiar title view of fact that KAMTAllY 8110P Btore Hear "Billy" Sunday Preach— The.'Rev. and Mrs. Frerking; went to Jesup last; week-. Wednesday to visti their daughter Violet and hue- band, the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena. While there they went to Waterloo to hear "Billy" Sunday preach. Th«v returned., .Thursday. Leaguers Elect Officers— About 25 young folks held an Epworth League party at the church Officers for the year were elected with Loraine Smith, president; Beth Hamquist and Donald Worley, vice presidents; Dorothy Glemans, secretary-treasurer. • Choir Honors Mrs. Ukena— • Members of the Presbyterian choir gave a party In honor of Mrs. Jerry Ukena's birthday last week Thursday in the church parlor. She was given a handkerchief shower. Mrs. Ukena has been pianist for a number of years. • Sirs. Frerklng 1 Preaches Sermon— Mrs. Frerking preached at the Presbyterian church'' Sunday evening, using as her subject forgiveness of sins taken from Luke 15. A short sermon for the Children was delivered preceding the regular sermon. Other Lakota • News. The 'Rev. and Mrs. Frerking attended a get-together meeting of Presbyterian 'ministers '-and ' wives at the Rev. Mr. Aten's at Burt Friday, and helped him celebrate his birthday. The'-nex): meeting will be held at Lakota December 5. Mrs. Clemans and son Bob drove to Des ^olnes, Friday,..' returning the same day. On the way home they stopped at Colo, and brought Miss Cr.osby. home with them for a short visit. '""" The intermediate Christian Endeavor held a Halloween paVty at the church parlor Saturday even- Ing-, the juniors at 5 o'clock Monday, and the seniors at 7:30 Monday evening. The W. E. Leys and Mrs. Opal Wheeler drove to Mason City a week ago Sunday to visit the Earl Sha- nors, who recently moved there. Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Shanor are sis t ere. The Richard Hamqulsts, the F. G. Torlnes, the J. H. Warburtons, Mrs. N. E. Noble,. Bertha Ailts, and the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson were dinner guests at E. R. Worley's Sunday. Mrs. Ed Kahl and the Leslie Kahls went to Fort Dodge last week Sunday to help celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Ed Kahl's brother, Mr. Steinoff. They returned Monday. The Rev. 'F. O. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen and Mrs. Delia Smith attended the funeral of Joe Jenks at Bancroft Saturday afternoon. Dennis Murray entertained the 13 members of the second grade at a Halloween party Friday evening. fourth of the world's feminine population is Chinese. Bible study will be held 'at the church this 'week Tuesday evening. Mrs. McNulty . has recovei-ed' from her recent illness. Party Honors Wesley Teacher- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lease entertained the teachers at dinner Friday evening: Supt. and Mrs. • Swanson Mr. Klooz, and the Misses Relmer, McGee, Looft, McConnell and Beck Mr. Swanson's mother was aleo a guest. The event was in honor of Miss McConneil's birthday. .Following dinner the rest of the evening was spent at anagrams. Catholics Observe Holy Days— All Saints' day, October 31, was observed at St. Joseph with low and high mass. On All Souls' day, November 1, three masses will be held the first at 6:30 a. m., second Immediately following," and third at 9 a m. Three masses In'a single day are permitted only on two days o the year, Christmas- and All Souls day. . ' '•,:'•'".' Traveling 1 TJbrary Books Received— A new assignment of library books has been received from the state traveling library commission, Des Moines; also additions to the permanent library from the county library fund. They deal with history, home economics, and manual training There are 100 books, and they may be kept three months. W. P. Gldaing-s,.8», Not Well- Mr, and Mrs. Guy C. Glddings and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf, Burt, came Sunday evening to see their father, W. P. Giddings, nearly 89, who has not been well of late. TITONKA WILL SEND GROUP TO LEGION MEET Tltonka, Nov. 1—The 13th annual conference of 8th district Legion posts and Auxiliary units will take lilace ,thfs -week ' Tues'day . at , tfort bodge. -Mrs. M.-L. Sfandleyj district commltteewomari' will preside - at Auxiliary sessions, when reports from county chairman will foe given, following which there will be talks by Mrs. Esther'Thompson, department president, and Mrs. M. Myrton Skelley, department secretary. Mrs. Clara M. Cooney, department finance chairman, will give a national' convention report, and Mrs. Neva Brunhall, department membership chairman, will speak. At noon there will be a luncheon for unit presidents, secretaries, and county chairmen. After afternoon sessions there will be an .evening: •• banquet and dance at the Warden hotel, and W. Earl Hall, department Legion commander, and Mrs. Glenn Gray, Rockwell City, 8th district committee- woman,'wlir be toastmaster and toastmlstress. Short talks will be made by Dr. R. J. Laird, Frank Miles, Mrs. M. Myrton Skelly, Mrs. Esther Thompson, and Mr. Hall. • Freshmen Giro Halloween Party— The iFreshmen entertained the high school at a Halloween party Friday night at. the high school gymnasium, which was decorated vith colored' streamers, pumpkins, and cornstalks. En route to the gymnasium "ghosts" met guests, aid hands on' them, and threw salt and raw meat in their faces. At the larty fortunes were told. There are mly 14 freshmen this year, whereas here were nearly 40 last year. Other Titonka News. iAt a Tea given by F T. A. last week Tuesday for the Kossuth unit he following .persons from Algona vere present: County Supt. Shirley, he Rev. C. V. Hutee, Mrs. D. ,D. 'axson, Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. A. E. Michel, Mrs. 'auline Worster, Mrs. H, D. Hutch- ns. Mrs. Ethel Collester, district president, a Mrs. Hurd, Spencer, state 'membership-' chairman and district 'secretary, were also here. A junior class"-play,'Her Step-Husband, will be given this week Thursday and Friday nights at the high school auditorium. Parts 'will be aken by Wilbur Schram, William Kennedy,"'' Herman • Rlggert, Russell £uchenreuthec, Hazel Miller, v Lois leifner, Helen Beed, Loraine Peterson, and 'Fern Krantz. Arthur Jay Budlong entertained' hie bridge club last week Wednesday evening. A travel prize was von by Aletha Schreck. Others at- 1 ending were Donald Bacon, Ethel AVellemyer, Oscar Blanchard, Estella Bonacker, Milton Pendergast, and Phydelis Peterson. The Woman's club was entertain- last Thursday by' Mrs. Frances Budlong an.d Mary Budlong. Lead- ersjvere Mrs. Mary Sartor and Mrs. Harry'Beett,"and the lesson was on famous Iowa women. Roll call was on Iowa rivers. John, son of the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Rowan, formerly Titonka, was here Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. He had been employed at New Tork a few months, but drove home, arriving last week Wednesday. Clifford Krantz, attending business college at Mason City, was at home fpr the,week-end. Edith and Hazel Budlong, employed .at Hampton, visited their . ipother, ; Mrs. • Frances Budldng,' _ ',. A Halloween party was given Saturday night by Betty, Dorothy, and Alice Budlong -At • Roy .BUdlong's, south of town, for fifth, seventh; and eighth .grade, jjupils, 20 attend- in.?.,- .-....- '..,'•' the Albert Youngs went to Brainerd, Minn., a few days ago, and Mrs. Young and her sons Keith and Earl remained to visit Mrs. Young's parents.^a.nd other relatives. Dr. and'Mrs: R. C. Ball entertained at a bridge party Friday evening. The high score couple was. Mr. and Mrs. H. A, French; low, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs. Charles Campbell and a friend from Hampton visited the former's sister, Irma Campbell, local music teacher, last •\yeek Wednesday evening. V The George Howes and the Henry Butlers, Esthervllle-, •• formerly. y,,,TJr tonka, were Sunday callers on relatives and old 1 friends here.' The. Virgil .Pendergasts and the Jay Budlongs were at Fairmont Friday evening-. The Harold Fullers, Blue Earth were Sunday visitors at Frank Hosan's. .Curtis Nelson, Oregon, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Amos Bonacker. . The. R. .L. Krantzes were at Mason City Friday. a now on tiki In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above 'named county atid state, a petition of Harriet MaUener, plain-' tiff, claiming *f you aji absolute, dl* Vbr'ee on ttffe'grotiftdfel'Of wilful desertion irom the plaintiff and absenting yourself from her for a per- od of more than two years. Plaintiff asks for the permanent custody of the minor children and for such further relief as the Court may. deem equitable In the premises. For further, particulars see the Petition jon'ff lie.;. '',- '»'.,., « •, ' Now.utiless' you appear thereto and defend on or before'noon of the second, day of the next term of said court being the November 1932 erm to be' held at the Court'House, Algona,. Iowa, in said county, commencing on November 21st, 1932, default will be entered against, you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said petition. . ..- .... : .. SHUMWAY & KELLY, 7-10 Attorneys for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. ' •' . ' Case No. -14076. . -' /• Notice Is hereby given that by vir- ;ue of a Special Execution directed ,o me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 18th day of October, 1932, in 'avor of L. A. Andrew, Superintend- mt of Banking of the State of Iowa-, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algonai Iowa as plaint- ff, and against T. H, Wadsworth as defendant, for the sum of Ten thousand, Two hundred Fifty-Four 'and 42/100 (110,254.42) Dollars and costs, axed at One Hundred Sixty Five and 60/100 ($165.60) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the 'ollowlng described real property as ;he property of the said T. H. Wads- vorth and Elizabeth A. Wadsworth, husband and wife, and' Stanley Gard- der to satisfy said execution, to-wit:. The Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, and North 22% acres of all that part of the Northeast Quarter of Northeast Quarter, lying vest of the Des Moines River, all-.-ln- section Twenty Five (25) In Township Ninety Six (96) North, Range Twenty Nine (29) also all of the Northwest Quarter of said section Twenty 'Five (25), Township 'Ninety Six (96) North, Range Twenty Nine (29) except the South Eighty (80) acres thereof, West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth 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 bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 18th day of November, 1932; at the east door of the Couyt Jiouse n Algona, in Kossuth County, Io\va, at ( the hour of 10 o'Qlock su m.,' of sal'd day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 19th day of October, 1932. . L. E. HOVEY,' Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. . By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. T. P. Harrington, Plaintiff's Attorney 7-8 Freshmen Hosts to "Sophs"— Last Thursday evening the high' school freshmen entertained the sophomores at a Halloween party at .the achoolhouee. ...... Seneca Aid to Meet Here- Mrs. Olaf Funnemark will .entertain-the Seneca Lutheran Aid this week Thursday. Other Wesley News.; • • The Henry Phillips family, which has been occupying 'part df' the Ralph Bauer house, 'Will move'.'November 1 into -the Casler house, now owned by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gld- dings. , The -Frank Conleys, Lu Verne, spent Sunday with Frank's mother, Mrs. Kate Kennedy. The J, T, Meur- ers were dinner guests of jr. T.'s brother, N. J., PJgver. A 9-lb. daugh'ter, Verha 'Mayc-waij born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen, Clear Lake: Howard is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen, Wesley. .•'.n i •. . Mrs. Leona McDonald, Highmore, S. D., who came to attend the funeral of her father, Lester Ash, goes home this week Thursday. Mrs. John Hutchison went to New Providence Friday for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler. Mrs. Ben Hopkins left last week Wednesday for Cleveland, O., to visit friends. She will return before election day. [LEGAL NOTICES] NOTICE 'OF PHOIIATE OF WILL No. 3670. State of. Iowa, Koseuth county, ss In JDIstrict Court, November term 1932. .To All Whoin It May Concern: You are hereby ''notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o; Charles -Magnusson, deceased, datet October 9, 1922, having.been this day filed; opened and read, the 21st .day.of Nqvember,;. 1932,'; J§ fijced.for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before '•• the DIstricf .Cour^, of jsai^ pounty. or..the Clerk of said Court; arid at 9 o'clock a. m. of-'the'day above' mentioned all persons,interested are hereby notified arid required .to appear.> and show cause, If any they have, wh* said instrument should not be probated and allowed as a^id .for th< last Wllj'and "fest&ment ; .pf sai/3 Ae< ^ceased. , , ,. •...,«. '. ••, -Dated at Algona," fowa, 6c'tober 19 1982' CLARK ORTON. . •. i Cler't Of District Court 'By''CLARA SCHAAP, 7-8 . Deputy. 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Oeo.,< Wander A 'Mar*' 1 ' Rarct '"<Klsoh, Katherlne •* < CECIsCh Kollasch, Justine 1 :Klsch Dennlnger and J, B, Mertz ...- 6.17 Anna'Mary Wlltgens,.! 7.64 Anna Mary Wlltgena ... . 13.13 John IFuhrmann ... ...... .!.*.. 6.77 'John IFuhrmann . .. 13.47 Union SaV. Band rfe. Trust Cd., 6,16 Union Sav. Bank & Trust Co.. fi.86 Union Sav. Bank ft Trust Co.. 8.79 John FrMeres , ...... ... ... ... 13.47 John Frlderes ......... ... .... 11.93 John Frlderes .,.'...^... i....( 6.77 John iFrlderes .. ...... ... i... ... 11.02 John (Frlde.reB •;.' ..<.!. ... 2.64 Lucy Wanner ........ ,..•...•,'. • «M Charles B. Plathe •.» ....;./ 6.77 Charles B. Plathe ... ... ... ..< 7.54 Charles B. Plathe ........ .... 18.13 Charles B. Plathe ...^.. 13.47 Peter Klrsch .. ..'... 6.60 Peter KlrschY .........'.. 12.56 Nick'Fiihrmann!..',>...>.;. .-. 7.54 Nick Fuhrmann .. ..:... ...... 11.93 Nick. Matt, and Justine Mertz , and Mary Flemmtwr ........ 6.77 Nick. 'Matt,, and Justlne.Mertz and Mary Fletnmlni? : ... ... .. . 6.87' Kick. Matt, nnd Justine .Mertz and Mary iFlemrnln* ...'.,... Nick, Matt, and Justine Mertz 'and Mary Flemmlng ... ..... 18.47 DPS Molnes Jt Stock Land IBank ......... ...... ...'..... 6.86 DPS Molnes Jt. Stock Land Bank •;..;...-... ...... ..,'..;.. 6.16 DPS Molnes . Jt. Stock Land Bank ..... ..;.• ..-13.47 DCS Molnes Jt Stock Land Bank ........... .. ......... .. . 9.GB Nick IFrlderes .. 13.47 Nick Frlderes ....... ... ....... 12.08 Nick Frlderes .. r ,.... ... «.9B Nick Frlderes ... ... ... ... .... 6.77 (First Nat. Bank of Bode ... ... 12.25 First Nat. Bank of 'Bode....... 6.S4 First Nat. Bank of Bode -10.46 First Nat. Bank of Bode ...... 18.47 First'Nat. iBank of Bode ...... 6.77 First Nat. iBank of (Bode ...... 11.02 Geo. H. Irmlter ...... ... ... .. ' 6.16 <C3eo. H. Irmlter .. ... ' 9.80 Matt Klrsch .. ...... .. .. ...: 13.47 Matt Klrsch .;-..". 13.13 Matt Klrsch ... ... . 9.SO Matt Klrsch N... • fi,77 Peter (Tflrsch . ........ ...... ... 6.5* Peter'Klrsch 11.02 Peter tfrirsch ...,......;.- 13.47 Peter TCIrsch 6.77 neo. H. Trmfter ... ... .. 8.R7 •H. Irmlter ... .. 4.80 NJck Fuhrmann ... • 13.13 Peter Recline 7.H4 Henry-Fuhrmann ...... ...... 12.?K fi4 ?B W Kenrv Filhrmann .. .......... 10.74 M 29 40 Henry Fuhrmann .. ........... 6.Rfi 94 29 40 H>nry Fnhrmann K.f>4 John, Frlderes ... .. 18.47 94 ?!) 40 Matt Fnber 6;i6 <M 29 40 /nna Afnr.v WUtgens ......... ,11.93 !H W 40 Nick Thllcres . .-...; ... .. ' '.«,»? !W ?» M Louis Fuhrmann ... ..-.. ... .... 13.48 94 29 39 Louis Fnhrmnnn. ... : ....'; 19.79 94 .29 40 T'Oiils T'uhrmann . t 7.BB 94 29 40 Louis Fuhrmann .'.. ' 6.78 You,and each of you who?e names appear In the within schedule are' hereby notified that said report will come on for; hearing, before, the Board of' Supervisors at their office In .Aljrona. Iowa, on the 17th 'day of November, 1932, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the above apportionments mnv he Increased or may be adopted without further notice.' Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon said flay the snnie will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid in full without Interest 'if paid within days from elate assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 26th day of October, 1932. BHRTHA B. JOHNSON, S-9 ' . ' County Auditor. 1 • ' ' - • of 20 8-9 OBIGIJfAt NOTICE November, A, D. 1932 ternv. : '•'•'• ' ' In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, Plaintiff, ..... vs. John P. Heiderscheidt. Administrator of the estate of Michael Heider- scheidt, deceased, Adam Heider- scheidt, Mathew Heiderscheidt, Maggie Simon, Kathryn Jucum, . otherwise Kathryn : Jucnem> Susie Andre, Anna^arnach, Ma^.F.orV" man, Valentine 'Dieter, Mike Dlev ter, Tonle Dieter, Kathr«v-Pleter?., guvy* ' 'yalentine Heiderscheidt, Joe-Hei- dei-'scheldt, John Heiderscheidt, Charlie C.. Heiderscheidt, Mike HeU derscheldt, Adam Heiderscheidt, Katie Heldersche'ldt Wtierier, .'Dora Heiderscheidt Wagnep; ...Mike v ,Yo«.-(-i Bank, Peter Von Bank, Dick Von Bank, Joe Von Bank, Lizzie Schal- 'ler, Katie Von Bank, Rose Stalle-. man, otherwise known as Rose Stattleman, Mary Orlgner,..-other-, wise known as Mary, Origer.;.Maggie Yackley, Johnnie Heiderscheidt, John Berkhlmer and Kossuth j , County, Iowa, Defendants. To said defendants, Mathew Helder* Scheldt, Mary Forman; -Valentine Dieter, Mike Dieter; Tonte Dieter, . Kathren Dieter, Valentine Heider- scheidt, Nick Von Bank and Maggie Yackley: 1 ' ' •••'- ' ••'., ..•YouAnd each.of, you are hereby ho?titled that on or:betore,the ; iOth.day of November, 1932, there will be on file In the : office of the.CJlerk'of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the Petition of the Plaintiff claiming of you the said. John P. H,.ei- derscheldt, administrator of'the estate of Michael Heiderscheidt,- Deceased, et al, the sum of Slx.Thousand'ElgJit Hundred Twenty-nine and 33/100 Dollars ($6829,33) with interest thereon at eight per cent. (8 per cent) per annum from October 20th, 1932, on your promissory note for Six Thousand Dollars (160,08.^0) originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and endorsed to the plaintiff herein; also asking v the further sum of Seventeen and 80/ioO dollars ($17.80) paid for an extension of an Abstract of Title and posts -including statutory attorney fees and" ta'ies. Plaintiff will also ask as against all the defendah's the foreclosure of the real estate mortgage given to'- secure the above described note, Interest, abstract fee, attorney fees, costs and taxes which mortgage- was originally given, to ,thf». Collins Mortgage Com- pany''and assigned to -the plaintiff 'herelnj ,said mortgage covering: ...."'• T'hq' {3puth % One Half' (SV4 1 )" of the .Southwest 1 Fractional Quarter '•• CS.W fr..,^l of .Section ,Nineteen. .(19,), Township' Ninety-four (94)', Range twenty-nine (29), West of th« IWte P. M.,. Kossuth County, Iowa, containing 76 - acres'; rnqpe or lees, According to the United States Government Survey thereof, and is recorded la Book 98, Page 320 of the Records of Kossuth County, Iowa. Plaintiff will also ask for the appointment of a Receiver. •For further particulars see Petition when on file. Personal judgment is demanded against no defendants. And unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the November, 1932, term of said court to be held at the courthouse in Algona, Iowa, commencing on itha 2jst day of No.vero- ber, 1932, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon. Don Barnes, H. H. Wadsworth, 6 : 9 Attorneys Jor Plaintiff. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOIRl SOBIFAOINa. SECONDARY; . .ROAD DISTRICT NO. 193 . Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in 'the within schedule that there has been filed In the office of the County Auditor, of Kossuth county, Iowa, a report of -the board of apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on .all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No.' : 193 -which "schedule of •proposed assessment Is as follows: Sub-Division— iScc. T.wp. Rng. Acres ^ Amt. of Name of Owner— Assmt- Myron Schenck • ..I 3.32 Myron Schenck ... ... .. ,1.63 Myron Schenck .... 6.60 Myron Schenck ... .. t.... 11.48 Frank Thompson .'. •'..'. ':•. 4.80 Frank Thompson 11.48 Frank Thompson .. ... 3.02 Frank Thompson .. ... ... 1.18 •f. H, Wadsworth 5.40 T. H. Wadsworth 11.48 IRL W. Will ., 11.78 R. W. Will... , 4.31 Nicolas J. Krieps .....; ... .^,. . 4.31 Nicolas 3, -Krieps•: '.'.'. v?! ". ""•. i'.'.' Jl!48 Nicolas J.i.Krlepg . ,....,.,...,.. 4.31 Norma Bailey ,..' .:'.''..: '6.77 Norma Bailey 4.9G Norma Bailey .... 4.96 Cyrus D. Ward 11.78 Cyrus D. Ward .... 11.78 Cyrus D. Ward , 11.78 Cyrus'D. Ward '11.78 Cyrus .D. Ward ,. J. ~E. and Mame A. Tfofltis .'[I; J. E. and. Mame A. Hoflus,.'.-;. J. E. and Mame A. Hoflus . .. J. E. and Mame A. Hoflus .... J. E. and Mame A. Hoflus .,, J. E. and Mame A. Hoflua ... Anton and Oscar Anderson .,.,,, Anton and Oscar Anderson .., •Gertrude Harrison ... Gertrude 'Harrison Gertrude Harrison Gertrude Harrison Nicolas'!;' Krleps . lOertrufle .Harrison Gertrude Warrlson' Gertrude Harrison 6.77 ^4,86 6.34 4.8S 7.68 6.72 6.65 3,06 .78 10.83 5.33 1.70 .13 1.10 1.74 ,19 .27 . . ...,,. „ V.V.I.MUO «ai-i- IBU ii ii ^ You and each of yon whope,names appear, tn the wjtlitn sche'dule are hereby notified that said report will rooms on for-nearinKttiefore the-Board V'lS or f.^ti th ?- Ir -- p - ffl l; e ln ^iPona. Iowa, on thfe 17th day of'November; i o'clqfck p: m.^;At««W*KflArlnB any'of the above apportlgnnjentB Increpsed 9 r may be adopted without further, notice. • • :" • 88 y° u ' fll6 wrftfen ^objections to i>al<i r«n6rt on or -before, noon • Ot saw ilny the eam« w(ll"be presumed 'to'have been cbnoluBlveiy Waived;' may tie nalfl In-fun without tn,terest .if paid-, within 20 .... leFument Is confirmed, ' ' • • Dated at Aleona, Iowa, this 26th day of October, 1932. BEJRfTHA B. JOHNSON. • County»Auditor. NOTICE OP N1W N1W14. assessment ..26 ..26 ..26 ..26 SECONDARY t , h « l »> oart of apportlpnm%t showln^tbe as follows: wmcn soneauie ot SE1 ....... 26 ........ 26 ........ 26 ........26 ....... 26 26 - SW% 35 •JSI£ 35 E« 35 ,-JJW 35 :SJS2 35 " 35 96 96 96 96 96 86 96 96 96 96 •98 96 96 96 96 96 96 28 28 28 28 2S 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Name' of 'Owner 1 -' ' " Chris J. Miller Chris J. Miller ,., Owen and, M. ;L. Monroe .^ Owen and M.,1,. McEnroe . Owen and M. L. McEnroe .. Owen and M. TJ. McEnroe .. Owen and M., V. .McEnroe ;, Owen and M. I* McEnroe',. Owen and M. t,. McEnroe , Owen and M. L. McEnroe . Owen and M. I* McEnroe .. Amt, of Asamt. ..» 10.87 ;, 9.61 .. 18.44 .. 18.93 ,. 19.87 18.93 .. 18.93 8.66 9.61 9.61 10,87 Leo J. MJJler .'" a»'S James B. McEnroe .,,, --'•• James-E,. MeEnroe ., ..„...,. James B. MoKnroe : James B. McEnroe James E. MoTSnroe «,.„ James B. MoEJnroe " 8M i?™,! 8 F- McEnroe 8]&6 Josephine Stnn*nn ........ 35 28 40 9.79 SE14 35 96 35 96 SW14 SW NW .35 .35 35 85 83 96 96 96 96 96 96 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 3S 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 ,„ Lathrop and M. P. Weaver ......; DeMaude 'Lathrop and M." IP. Weaver DeMaude l>athrop and M." Weaver ...... .„ .... ^race Long firace Lon^r ... "P. 17.0$ 16,60 wltbln 8-9 It pat4 7 vitVjri.''?B 1932. BSJOTHA E. iSL±2!LMtew BUSINESS D1RI B. Quarton Wote-i 0«loe^°* fl±. n ° N An L - A1 sona'' Phonea: L *™*^^mSE Office „.<= Phone 213-W. O. D. Shumway B - f, 1 lr»i»._*'' J Office in Phone 180 Attorney-at-Law , P ho?o 1C 2°06 OVerlOWaSta . t6 ^| .P. A. DAN80N Attorncy-At-law Office over Iowa State BSB Fnonea: Office, 400-j.; Re ^ ~ — —! DOCTORS -•" JO.HN N. JVJHICJ.K.J Fnyslclnn and Surgeon' • Office over -Rexall Drug sto,,! Office phone 300 ' Res. phone 326. C. H. CHETZMEIEB I Physician and Surceon • Office in John Galbralth B1«J Phones: Office, 310; res,, 4ul Algona ' w| P. V. JANSE, M. j). _„."'y«'clnn nnd Surgeon Office on South Dodge Phones: Office, 660; real Algona, Iowa , .WAITER FRASEB, M. D/l Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., RoomlJ . Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician nnd Surgeon Office In Postoffice Block , Phones: -Office, 137; resldenc^ W. D: ANDREWS, D. 07 Oiteopathlc Physician and gnu located In General Hospltau Phones: Office 187, -Ret. ett | E. A. EVANS, M. D. Over : Borchardt Drug Slot* | Phonea: Residence 312, office j Algona, Iowa. • DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Oaa and novocaine used for traction.. -Located over Chrlsten?eri;|l Phone*: Business 166, ' Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX ' J. B. WINKE1 Veterinarians Weat State Street, Algoni ; Phonea; Office. 476-W.; ret. «1» BUILDING CO>THA( " COWAN 4 SON General Contractors Estimates Fun Phone*: Business, 639-J; rc*J MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WOI Machinists and WeUni . Service Stock on .1 Pliton Rings, Pins, and B» W«it of Courthouse Plmj»| ; INSURANCE'' Over 115,000,004 worth of L In force. A home company. «*cure, - J. O-Paxson^f" caty Property Loan* Farm 1 Insurance. Real «•"'* CUNNINGHAM * IOT W, State St. A» 01 *' _ W. POS1 pray and Transfer STOBAGEofAUr Long Distance HAU Every load in" against loss and ageiof all kinds. BM pftd.tQ 'do all Kinfl* Hauling and draylvl* . Algona, Jow» MIMEOGRAPI UUWPUI.I.,1 , — l . ADVAN<?i A\gov*>

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