PAGE SIX K088UTH COUNTY AflVANCfi. A LOON A. IOWA SEVEN GIRLS IN TOUR CALL ONWESLEYANS • Wesley, July 18—The Rev. Mr. McNulty, Methodist pastor, formerly of Pennsylvania, and Mrs. McNulty were surprised Friday afternoon by a call from a niece, Mary Elizabeth McNulty, of Bolant, Pa., who was accompanied by six other teachers: Edna Grove and Mary McManus, Erie, 'Pa.; Twila Kines, Sjandy Lake, iPa.; Harry Streams, Marion Center, Pa.; Guy Streams and W. H. Beggs, Sandy Lake, Pa. Tihe group of teachers had been on aj visit to California by the Southern route; they were on their return trip, and expected to visit the Century of Progress exposition. They were driving a 7-passenger (Lincoln sedan. Miss McNulty taught in the Bolant, Pa., high school the last year, and has been employed for the coming year. Illinois Pastor Tlslts Here— The Rev. and Mrs. Okko Peters. Warsaw, 111., formerly Wesley, and their daughters Imogene and Virginia, came last week Wednesday to see about repairs on their farm ( north of town occupied by Everett Weiland and visit Mr. Peters' mother at Woden, his brother Christian and sisters, Mesdames DeBoer and Pommer, here, and Mrs. Peters' sister and brothers, Mrs. Ed Wolf, Will, Clarence. George and John Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Peters were accompanied by Alton Luder, Dallas City, 111., husband of their daughter Mildred. Mr. Peters serves a rural Presbyterian church near Warsaw, and also does some farming. Mrs. Arrld HuUgren Dead— Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, Mr. and Mrs, Olaf Punnemark, and Mrs. Esther Skow drove to Kenyon, Minn., Monday to attend funeral services for Mrs. Arvid Hultgren. | Bourne returned Friday from a ten Hamilton Hatchery and Children T HIS IS THE Hamilton Leghorn Farm & Hatchery at Bancroft and the Hamlltons' 11 children, the one girl is Mary Ann, 11, the oldest boy Is John, 14, and the baby is Leo Herman, seven months. The Hamlltons built their first building in 1923. The first incubator, ot 2,160 capacity, came in 1926. This year the inculbator capacity is 114,000, and there are feeding 'batteries to hold 20,000 baby chicks at a time, with additional steam-heated brooder houses, colony houses, and laying houses, which altogether make the Hamilton farm one of the largest ifarm enterprises in Kossuth county. In addition to the poultry side, -which ships market eggs to New York and baby chicks and hatching - eggs all over the country, there are 40 head of Hoi- steins and a drove of pigs raised in the MdLean county way. KOSSUTH GIRL VISITS GAMP IN COLORADO Good Hope, July 18 — Julia Mrs. Hultgren was Anna, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson, near Wealey, who died many years ago, leaving a family of young children. One o£ Mrs. Hultgren's brothers, Oscar Johnson, lives at Britt. Jacob Johnson, Wesley is her uncle. Auxiliary Delegates Elected— 'Delegates of the local unit to the Btate Legion Auxiliary convention, at Sioux City, August 22, 23, and 24, are Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mrs. Edna Flom; alternates, Mrs. Lester Lease and Mrs. Meurer. The local unit will take part in the county scrapbook contest. At the county meeting at Bancroft August 6, prizes will be awarded. Study Club Has Picnic— . Members of the Study club and their children held a picnic last Thursday at the farm home of the idouis Goetzes. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins, Mrs. McKean, of Cleveland, Mrs. Mary Goetz and Dorothy, visited the Bend Sunday. grotto at West Bentons to Family Reunion — Mr. -and Mrs, Wallace Benton, Virginia and Delbert, attended a reunion of relatives Sunday at day vacation at Grand Lake lodge in the Rocky Mountains. This lodge is 120 miles from Denver, and the altitude is 10,000 feet, In an environment of quiet and grandeur conducive to rest and the cure of tired nerves. The lodge is situated on a mountainside high above a beautiful lake, and no radio or other similar abstraction is permitted which might interfere with complete relaxation and forgetfulness of the irritating and nagging things of a fussy business world. With mountain trout regularly on the menu, and daily horseback rides or tramps over mountain trails, restored energy is promoted. One of the Interesting things noted by Miss Bourne was that a large majority of the employes at this resort are college or university students or graduates. The bell boy and dish washer,' also a number of the young women who wait on table, are of this type, all seeking by their work during the summer to earn money to enable them to carry <jn advanced work In some special line of education next fall and winter. Margaret Sherman, of the Pro- Friendly Club at St. Joe Holds Meeting at Schoby's St.' Joe, July 18—The Friendly club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. C. R. Schoby; Mrs. J. B. McNeill, assisting hostess. Nearly all members attended, and each took one or more guests. The time was spent in written contests and gam'es, with Mrs. John Bockes In charge. Lunch was 'served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be at Mrs. William Boldridge's, with Mrs. Jack iDevine as assisting hostess, Wednesday, August 2. New Grandson for Hilberts— Mr. and Mrs. Frank HUbert received word a week ago of the arrival of a new grandson at Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Klein's, Watkins, Minn., born Monday, July 10. This is Mr. and Mrs. Klein's second child, the first a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert, daughter Bernadine, and Raymond Gales left last week Wednesday for Watkins to make the acquaintance of the new hoy. Wins a Prize at Cards- Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. George Thul, daughter Bertha, Mrs. John Thul, Amanda and Rita Thul, and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner attended a card party at the Livermore Catholic hall last Thursday and Bertha won first prize at "500". Father 1% In Visit Here— The Rev. Francis Illg, Granvllle, visited relatives in this vicinity last week, returning to Granville •Clear Lake, home of Mrs. Benton's aunts, the Meadames Adams and Bolsinger. Ninety persons attended, and five states were represented. Lester Leases Go Fishing — The Lester Leases left Sunday for Evansville, Minn., to visit a sister of Mrs. Lease; they were then to drive to Casa Lake, Minn., on a fishing trip, and return this week Saturday. Choir Visits Father Members of the choir of St. Joseph's church drove to Pocahontas Sunday to visit their former pastor, the Rev. Father Wessling. They ate a picnic supper and spent the evening. Hoynl Neighbors Picnic Today— The Royal Neighbors will give their annual children's picnic this week Thursday. Other Wesley News. The Albert Kleinpeters and Alfred Erdmans visited the LeRoy Kleinpeters at Storm ILake Sunday. The J. T. Meurers visited the N. J. Meurers, Plover. The Bertha Looft family visited the Henry Loofts, Seneca. The Carl Schimmels, Blue Earth, visited their parents here. Verna Miller, who has been visit- Ing the Win. Hendersons, went to Bmmetsburg last Thursday -to visit the Chas. Paviks. Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury, and Mr. Sturdivant were among Wesley persons who attended funeral services for Robert Hutchison at Algona Sunday afternoon. Many from the Flom-Funnemurk neighborhood attended also. The Methodist Aid will meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. Kraua, Mrs. Fred Seefeld assisting. There will be roll call of members, and each will answer by naming a Bible character. The Bible Conference Will be held at Okoboji July 30 to August 12. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman visited her parents, the Fred Wirths, at Gilbert Sunday, and also took their daughter, Mrs. Herman Lyon, back to Ames. Mrs. Hildman remained to help cure for her mother, who is In poor health. The Mesdames Theron, Raymond, and Lawrence Hansen, Chas. Kraus and Herman Ostercamp attended a meeting of the Algona Methodist W. F. M. S. at Mrs. A. J. Keen's near Algona, last week Wednesday. Opal Sturdivant and Helen Franzen are spending a week at Clear iiake with several girls from Hutchins. Lucille Gahan is their chaperone. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz spent the week-end with Ivy Marie at St. Paul. Evelyn Haynes stayed with Mrs. McCutchin in their absence. Mr. and Mrs. John Huber, Buffalo Center, formerly Wesley, were faere. Sunday visiting the Haverly and Loebig families. Mrs. Ferguson, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Forrest Putney, Denver, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnson. The Pearl Haynes family drove to Popejoy Sunday. They took back Kermit Conner, who had visited 'here three weeks. Cecelia Eisenbacher, who has been very sick with Inflammatory rheumatism, is improving. Critical Operation is Performed— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne went to Granville to motion Department of the Mere- '• Saturday. Mrs. George Illg, Algona, dith Publishing Co., Des Moines,j^ nc ] he / grandson, Ernest Ziemet, was Miss Bourne's companion. Two Birthdays Are Observed— Dinner in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Leonard and Lawrence Dittmer was served at C. L. Dittmer's Sunday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Leonard, Arie, and Edw. Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris, and Phoebe Morgan, The guests of honor were 30 years of age. accompanied him visit relatives. Roads Are Being' Graveled— W. .B. Williams, Dakota City gravel contractor, and his crew moved into the St. Joe pit one clay last week, and are resurfacing roads in various parts of the county thereabouts. 3frs. Lemkce Loses Uncle— Mrs. Armor Lemkee was unable to attend a Friendly club meeting last week Wednesday, having been ATA i . miu ITO.I a, rv • a • JDUUl lie W CilV ----- •••— — »«. ••w*,»»wuuu,), 411*1*11^ uccii. to Waterloo Saturday to be in at-| c ® Iletl away to attend the funeral tendance when a major operation was performed on Mr. Bourne's sister, Mrs. Sarah Foster. It was feared that the operation would be of a critical character, for Mrs. Foster is in her 70's. Pastor's Vacation Delayed— Contrary to a plan announced last Sunday, the pastor will not begin his vacation till Monday, July 24, and there will be the usual Sunday school and service of worship next Sunday. Parrs Move to Austin, Minn.— Mrs. Nathan Parr and her daughter have joined Mr. Parr at Austin, Minn,, where he is in the employ of the Hormel Packing Co. A brother William works for the same firm. Sheldon Teacher Visits Here— 'Phoebe Morgan is at her sister Mrs. C. L. Dittmer's, for several weeks prior to the re-openfng of her school at Sheldon. She spent several days recently at the Century of Progress exposition, and visited relatives at Ames en route here. Dinner Honors Piiir Newlywetls— A dinner Sunday at Erwin Turner's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Albright was attended by a large group of relatives. Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, Racine, Wis., and their sons Tom and Robert left last Thursday, after several days among relatives in this community? They were at the Steinman home most of the time. Mr. Allen is an uncle of Mrs. Steinman and of John, Tom, and Ben Reid. Lyle Morris, superintendent of schools at Northport, Long Island, N. Y., is here for ten days with his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dittmer. Mrs. Morris, who had been here for several weeks, will accom- of an uncle. Clark Under Fire As Insurance Head E. W. Clark, state insurance commissioner, former state senator from Mason City, son of Judge J. J. Clark, Mason City, and brother of F. J. Clark .former Algona Congregational pastor, is under fire at Des Moines and may lose his job. A stockholder in the 'Royal Union Life Ins. Co. recently filed complaint that Clark knew of the company's insolvency montihs tfefore the fact became public, yet took no steps to perform his duty and protect the interests of stockholders, 1 policyholders, etc. The state executive council was planning last week to investigate the charges, and' ft has power to remove him from office. Mr. Clark was appointed by Governor Turner. Whether politics, is involved in the present attempt to remove him is not known here. U Minutes Cliurch Bazaar is Planned— Announcement was made Sunday y the Rev. Father Theobald that :here will be a church bazaar August 15-16. TMlg'cs Buys Kefs Separator- Joseph Thilges purchased a 30- inch threshing machine separator recently from Charles Reis, Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. iPeter Bormann, son Howard, and Mr. and Mrs, • Nick Bormann were Sunday visitors at Matt Becker's, near Burt, and Lorraine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Jr.; remained there for a week's visit. The Rev. Father George Theobald, and his father, John Theobald, drove to Mapieton, Monday to visit relatives-. Father Theobald was to return Tuesday, his father remaining there. Nola Benge and Herlev Nielsen, Bra'dgate, Victor Hammer, iLakota, and Mrs. Edw. Hammer, St. Joe, were Sunday dinner guests at William Hammer's. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Whittemore called on relatives here Friday evening, and their son Cletus remained for a visit till this week Wednesday. •Leonard Manthei, accompanied by his sister Mary and John Hammer, drove to Ledyard Sunday to visit the John Mantheis. Thomas J. Becker and Eugene Thul drove to Cheroke Sunday and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wagner. Rosann and Ruth Holtzbauer, Algona, have spent part of the week with their grandmother, Mrs. Edw. Hammer. Stella Bormann, registered nurse from Kansas City, came home a week ago for a visit with relatives. A number of St. Joe folks at- Algona, Iowa, June 29, 1933— City council m'et in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among: other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND Salaries- $939.00 Fulton Iron Writs. Co., mdse- 34.8G Wallace & Tiernan Co., mdse' 114.89 West. Elec. & Mfg. Co., mSse 35.27 Lineman's Specialty. Co., mdse- ; 7.00 Electric Supply Co., 'mdse_. IOS.21 Brown IhstruOTent Co., mxlse' 6.71 Gen. Elec. Supply Co., mdse 87.26 Westinghouse Elec. Supply Co., mdse 1 <KT.57 Braham Laboratories, mdse' 9.50 Terry Durin Co., mdse 51.44 Standard Oil' Co., gas and oil 45.31 W. 3D. Allen Mfg-. Co., mdse 11.39 Security Petrofeunr Co. r gas, and' oil' __ •__ 2S1.09 C. M. St. P. & P. /Ry., freight on gas and oil 425.88 Advance- Pu<bl'.. Cbi, printing- 52.37 Ralph Elbert, repairs and lafeor- 9.20 Norton Machine Works, repairs 20.93 The Hallmark- Store, repairs- 3.75 Algona Insurance Agency,. tornado, fixtures 163.20 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse' .65 H. W. Post, frt. and dray— 45.18 Fly. Express Agency,.express 1.34 Mrs. Wilbur Holdren, et al labor ._ 4,50 T. W. 'Bell; Tete. Co., servfce 17.70 Iresco-Union Elec. Co., May sign •Ross Colenwn, Jess Schmidt, labor 21.26 «. A. ttagg, gravel . 28.70 Oscaf Norman, repairs 38.40 Geo. L. and JO. JS. Miller Co., repairs +- 16.13 H. W. iPOSt, fft. and 'dray.- 13.63 N. W. Bell fete. Co., service 3.'26 1,60 8.83 . 2.10 .80 13-13 25.74 July 11,1933. Auditor's Office, July H, MM. Board of Supervisors of Kossutn County met pursuant to adjournment Ry. Express Agcy., express Oeo. W. Banwart, gravel — Kohlhaas & Spllles, mdse _George Holtzbauer, mdse — Nelson 'Hdwe., mdse — Thorpe's Wood & Iron iWHlEMEJAS, the County of Kossuth, State of Jowa, Is applying to,the Hon. Clyde L. Herring, Governor of the ~ of iowai for funds for Emer- Relief which ' ' ••—-—• by him from the •Federal Emergency of th Norton Machine ,Wrks., mdse Kossuth County Implement Co., mdse _Christensen Bros., Co., mdse Standard Oil Co., mdse — Botsford Lumber Co., nidse Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump Haggard & Waller, printing (Ralph Elbert, labor and le- pairs James McDonald, prem. on ins. on this, act and the regulations .prescribed by the State Emergency IRellef Committee, It Is provided that Governor 320 Clyde I* 'Herlng shall nominate a re-. t.w )le * Commltte ln eaoh county and that 66.24 59,35 12.60 69.05 20.B9 44.65 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 25.00 Frank Skilling, salary 2.60 (American Sewer Tool Co., mdse __. . 25.00 M. R. Ourant, et al, labor.. 15.85 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 2.00 . PIRE 'FUND C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 H. Channon Co"., mdse 435.23 General iMfg. Co., mdse 14,76 H. W. Post, trt. and dray— 1,25 Clapp's Master Service, repair i 1.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil— 1.50 SWIMMING POOL FUND Salaries " 245.00 Elliott Qkllling, man and . team ; ;___ .25.50 Jesse Schmidt, labor 8.76 Geo. Gunder, labor 3.75 Louis Hagg, labor >2.'50 Frank Skilling, labor 1.25 Oliver iBakken, labor 1.25 coupons 1920.00 iPerry White, et al, labor__ 13.66 K. D. James, supplies 1.00 Geo. <L. and D. E. Miller Co., labor 1.50 Thorpe's Wood & Iron Wks., labor and material _; 23.87 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse — 6.86 H. W. Post, frt. and dray— .25 Ry.,Express Agcy., express 4.71 Electric and Water Fund, and water 203.79 N. W.' 'Bell Tele. Co., service ' 4.33 8. U. 1. Laibs., water tests 3.00 L. C. Beding, clerk, cash. register : - .20.00 Kennedy & Parsons, mdse__ 172.86 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 13.35 Kaspar Wire Basket Works, mdse 166.80 Monsanto Chem. Co., mdse 12.63 Haggard & Waller, printing 2.75 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor, Attest: ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. the Board of Supervisors of the said County shall authorize the Committee so nominated to administer any funds allocated to said County and shall act as the official representatlv.es of the Board of Supervisors In receiving ana distributing- such funds: I NOW, THH3REIFORE, IBB IT RiEJ- SOLiVEID That the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth 'County, Iowa, this llth day of July, 1933. In regular meeting convened, hereby designate the following- persons, • residents of the said County: NAME- MAM/ING ADDiRESS W. B. McDonald, Chairman ..Algona H. M. 'Smith Algona E. .R. Morrison Algona J. H. Sheridan (Bancroft Henry Kunz Wesley nominated by the Hon. Clyde I-i. Herring, Governor of the State of Iowa, to act as the Emergency Relief Com- mltte of Koasuth County, Iowa; and •BE IT PORT-HER raESOGUVEID! that swtt <»*ei)N5«r i and IW*ly,fixed;*! J^m Committee f)«r month th1&"irfoK~m~i*iibned~ ftWibtTl*TSfreby* iltilVi fliittiftlMflt^l fttld ; WflfoOWfi^JSU to' pUfom the dutU* : in«W«,? to_ th* work or the (Relief (Jom- the hof of Kosgvith county, Iowa, a* >ed by law and ft»*««t forth in regulMiongiBsUed-by the Q6ver* of trewa and the State Emergency ^ date fit written. Attest! . Chalrmah 'Board' Of • Supervisors of Kossuth County. E. J. Butl«r, Co. Auditor. Motion by IBalge-mah and seconded by sFuhnetnark that those granted relief through work relief program be paid In groceries, ,tuel. and clothing same equivalent 'to'"ato ah hour per days work as recommended by the County Errtegency Relief Committee. On 'motion iBoard adjourned to 1:9» 0'cloCkl JP(!*t. i ' One o'clock Board -met pursuant to adjournment with all members pres- Motlon by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that pauper notice be seved on URay Olson, Ayes: All. Motion by IBialgehian and seconded by McDonald that, Helken be appointed as a committee to make necessary repairs'on.'Dr. 80, DO, 166. Ayes: All, Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemarfc that 'Anton Anderson be given refund $8.32 on 1931 taxes because of being erroneously taxed for 4.24 acres' and County Auditor Instructed to make refund, and County Treasurer to abate same for 1982. Ayes: All. , Motion by Helken and seconded by McDonald .that IFunnemark be. appointed as a committee to make nec- ________ the aforementioned persons are here- i essary repairs on !Dr. 99, 90 and 4 *>? du 'y authorized and empowered to Ayes: All. perforjn the dutleg lnoldent to tne Motion by McDonald and seconds* work of Emergency (Relief Commit- | by Hetken that Balgeman be appolnt- tee .of Kossuth County, Iowa, as pre- , ed as a committee to make necessary scribed by law. and as set forth In; repairs on Or. 126. Hl&K iNo, 4, 106, the re »ulatlons Issued by the Cover- nor O f and tne state Emergency Rellef Committee. Adopted on the date first above OHiAS. MORJRJ8, Chairman (Board of Supervisors of Koasuth County. written. Attest: E ' J ' Butlcr - Co - Audltor WHEREAS, the County of Kossuth. State of Iowa, Is applying to the Hon. Jt. H&K No. 8, 83, 116. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and secondet by Balgeman that Morris be appointed as a committee to make necessary repairs on Dr. B&R No. 2. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken' and seconded by Funnemark that final estimate of John Schumacher for Secondary (Road Dlsts, No. W and 238 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded _..,...„ .„ „..„ .„„... by Helken that Secondary Road Petl- Clyde L. 'Herring Governor of the tlon No ' 2 31 - 249 - Jt - Pal ° AltOift Kos- State of Iowa, for funds for Emer- suth No. 252, 253 be referred to the genoy IRellef which are being secured county engineer for report and sur- by him from the Federal Emergency , ve V and that Tuesday, August 1, 1938, Relief Administration, and I at 2:00 p. m., be fixed as time for •WJHERIEIAS, under the provisions of hearing on above petitions. Ayes: All. this act and the regulations prescrlb- I Motion by Balgeman and seconded- ed by the State Emergency Relief b y 'Funnemark that Secondary Road Committee, It Is required that each Petition No. 254 be placed on file. County securing such funds shall de-;Ayes: All. m Blgnate and employ one or more qual- , Motion by (Funnemark and seconded ifled and competent person or per-: hy Helken that Shumway be appoint- sons to Investigate and report the status of applicants for aid, employment, or relief, such person or persons to be known as the "County " ed as county drainage attorney for year 1933. Ayes: All. Motion by (McDonald and seconded __ ..._ by iFunnemark that F. A. Corey, M. Worker," and the person so design- J- Moore, and A. B. Michel be ap- ated to be subject to the approval polnted»as commissioners for re-clow- of the State Emergency Relief Com- 1 Iflcatlon of Dr. 84. Ayes: All, mltte. On motion by (Balgeman and sec- 'NOW, TME1R1GFORE. (BE IT HiE-i on ded by McDonald that Drainage StUDVED that the Board of Super- ! Contract of W. B. Williams on Dr. «B -'-~rs of Koasuth County, Iowa, this bp accepted as per terms of bid. Ayes: day of July, 1933, In regular meet- All. Ing convened, hereby designate and employ Mr. Milton Moore, Algona, Iowa, as the "County Worker" in and for the County of Kossuth, Iowa, and Legal* Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil S. J. Backus, P.IM., envelopes, box rent Kohlhaas & Spllles, mdse__ Nelson Hdwe., mdse 1.45 Tire Service Co., mdse 37.3ft Collector Internal Revenue, federal tar 311;23 (Ernst Thiel, meter reading 16.80 R. A. Nash, repair .315 Clarence Mawsdley, refund 2.50i Rarley Palmer, refund 3.30 M. L. Goslin, et al, refund deposit 35.00 Gf. B. Malone, refund deposit 14.00- H. N. Kruse, et al, bond and pany him on his return to Northport. The William Brodersons and Martha, Albert, and Esther Madsen drove to Eagle Grove Sunday afternoon. A visit by Albert at the Broderson home was cut short by a slight sickness which developed Saturday evening. •• H. H. Scott and his father, who is 85, were callers at the Good Hope parsonage Monday. Mr. Scott was an intimate friend of the writer's youthful days. They live at Emmetsburg. Good Hope friends are pleased to learn of the continued Improvement of Mrs. William Knoll, Algona, who recently had an operation at the Kossuth hospital. The Ben Reids were guests at Albert Reid's, Haifa, Sunday. tended the Conroy Bros, circus at Livermore Saturday night. Mrs. Joseph Thilges, Whittemore, and Rose Besch were visitors here Friday. Marie Thilges, Currie, Minn., spent last week at William Haglind's. Ruth Devine spent last week with her cousin, Marianne Devine. The John Beckers were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Illg'a. Counterfeit ftoney Reported. Bad money, hoth hills and coin, has of late been reported in circulation in this section of the country. Counterfeit currency was found recently at Estherville, and C. S. Johnson, Algona grocer, discovered cine day last week that someone, probably Innocently, bad worked off a lead quarter on him. Dowa State .Bank, checks __ 3.75 Western Unfon servfce Telegraph 3.10 4.54 33.74 8.78 fee 8.00. Mallea'ble Iron Range Co., mdse 223.50 Line Material Co., mdse __ 179.40 Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse 336.00 Collins & Co., mdse 198.51 WATER FUND Salaries $286.00 Herb Palmer, et al, labor... 11.56 Earl Bowman, labor 9750 W. E. Courtney, et al, labor 304.40 W. S. Nott Co., mdse 12.99 Mueller Co., md^e -2082 Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co., mdse 5,40 A. P. Smith Mfg. Co., mdse 61.-50 Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co., mdse 135 20 Neptune Meter Co., mdse_. .93 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse_ 2 62 Clapp's -Master Service, mdse 20.40" George Holtzbauer, mdse 239 Hugh Post, frt. and dray... 20.88 'Ry. Express Agcy., express 1.20 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 8.49 Ralph Elbert, repairs 3.00 IH. Channon Co., mdse 435.23 (FUND Salaries '216,00 ; F. W. Green, burying dogs s!o( L. T. Griffin, special police 6,00 Tom Akre. rent 1042 Matt J. Seltzer, gas _. 131 Clapp's Master Service,, gas 14.2< Street labor „,,,,,,„., g69.6p On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. August 1, 1933. E. J. BUTI/BR, " , County Auditor. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. September Term, A. D. 1933 Smith Trust & Savings Bank, Plaintiff, vs. EHzzaBeth Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor; Ada Beswick, Fred Beswick, Lydfa Beswick, Lorenzo A. Beswick-, Mary E. Detra, Ida Zollers, Frank Boilers, Jennie Frankfather, William Frankfather, Minnie Cain, Samuel Cain, George Taylor, Nellie Taylor, Edward C. Taylor, William H. Taylor, Ferdfna Taylor, Frank Taylor, Lulu Taylor, Herbert Kness, Inez Kness, C. K. Johnson, John R 1 .-W. Myer, Kossuth County, Iowa, M. J. Duffy, as treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, 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 Clerfc of the District Court of the State of Iowa n and for Kossutn County a peti- ;ion of the Smith Trust & Savings Bank asking judgment agafnst Elizzabeth Taylor' for the sum of £26,513.80 and interest and costs and attorney fees- an three certain promissory notes- dated February 28th, 1920, payable to Smith Trust & Savings Bank and due in five years; one note for the sum of $3,000 and two- notes each for the sum of 110,000, said 1 notes signed by William M. Taylor and Elizzabeth Taylor. Petition also asks for foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage- dated February 28th, 1920, executed by William M. Taylor and Elizzabeth Taylor, covering premises described as- Southeast quarter seel tion twenty-nine (29) township ninety-seven (97) north, range twenty-seven (2T) west, of the 5th principal' meridian, in Kossuth lounty, Iowa. Said mortgage was liled for record in the recorder's office at Kossttth County, Iowa, on the 9th day of March, 1920, and recorded tn book 78, page 611 and following pages, and secures payment of tbe three above mentioned notes-* It fs asked in the petition that said mortgage and notes and debt secured thereby be established as a first lien against said real estate and the rents, uses, profits, issues, income thereof, and crops thereon and the premises be sold under special execution at sheriff sale for payment of said debt. Petition also asks that a receiver be appointed for said real estate to rent the same and collect the rents and profits thereof for years 1932. 1933 and until the mortgage debt be paid, and that the plaintiff's claim be established as a lien against the rents, profits, uses, benefits, crops, corn, grain and issues of said land for said years. Petition also asks for further equitable relief, No personal Judgment Is asked as against anyone hut Elizzabeth Taylor. Now, unless you appear' thereto and defend on or before noon ot the second day of the next regular term of the said District Court ot Iowa in and for Kossuth County to be begun and holden at the court house in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 25th day of September, A. D. 1933, default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree entered In accordance with the prayer of. the petition. Dated this 1st day pf June A. D McOalmon, Ramsay & Little O, H. Montzheimer, Attorneys j 0 p plaintiff. NOTICE JDT HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED SECONDARY ROAD NO. 34» Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, a petition for the establishment of a district for surfacing the following secondary road: Beginning at the southwest corner of section 23-96-28 and running north one (1) mile. Said road to be surfaced with gravel. Said district to Include the following described real estate- JoCkin Description Sec. TwpL Range Jonn Kain NE& 22 96 Robert B. Harrison _ QE& 22 96 Louise Young NWV4 2a 96 Frances E. Benschoter SW% 23 96 as Said petition will tome on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office in the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2 o'clock p.m. on the 1st day of August, 1933, at which time all persons interested therein may appear and be heard in the matter. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 14th day of July, 1933. v ,, , ft E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. 28 28 28 28 COAL Will Advance by August 1 Car on track thJs week. Save Money by Filling Your Bin Now Highest Market Prices Paid for Oats and Corn Anderson Grain & Goal Go, Phone 308. SAVE TIME and MONEY BRAKE LINING Glass Replacement Service fqr All Cars Joe Greenberg Phone 118 DIRECT! K088UTH Weekly Newspaper Sintered as Secona.., December 31. i9 08 al t . »t Algona, l owa , tf^ °f March 2, ijj fAWYESl W. B. Quartern QUAETON ft Phone*: < AlgontC'i'o, .Office Iowa sTat7'B a d Phone 4CO-W. xij <C1MVAN^ H ' W. Sullivan Phones: >_.* •<. B. McM., ...v.^,,,, ugj j mem T. P. Harrington i, ,1 -hone*: 1)^2^ •. i. VAN nff ,„ „ Lawyers uillce over Iowa at. •hone 213-W. Stl • . ». D. Shumway SHUMWAY « Phone 180 Attorney.»t.li» Office over Iowa SUti Phone 206. Attorney.At.l8w| Office over Iowa SUti Phones: OHlce, 460-J,; , Attorner.n|.It f | Office over Posti Phone 65 DOCTORlf JOHN N. Physician ana Office over Rexall , Office phone 300 Res. phone 326, ' . I. --- , - . C. H. CIIETZMETB Physician and Surgt. Office In John Galbralllil Phones: Office, 310; Ugona *^^^ ' i.i — P. V. JAN SB, M. ] Physician and Snrf-. Office on South Dodge] ''bones: Office, 666; resl Algona, Iowa WALTEB FBASEB,] Physician and Surj Office in Qulnby Bldg., I Phone No. 12 MELTIN 0. BODBlj Physician and Suri Office In Postotflce E< Phones: Office, 1S7; W. D. ANDREWS, D| Ogteopathlc 1'Iiyslclan ni\ Located in General Hoi Phones: Office 187, B*| B. A. EVANS, M. I Over Borchardt Drug i Phones: Residence 3 Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DH. H. K. OlSOSl Dentist, Gas or novocalne used traction. i Located over Chrlsteiwnl Phone*: Business 166, res! 1 " Algona, Iowa_ — "" VETERINABL L. >V, FOX J. II. WINKE1 | Veterinarians West State Street,/ Phones; Office, 475-W.: : INSURANCE KOSSUTJI COUNT! .. INSURANCE A8SOC Over 11.5,000,000 worth o! i in force. A home comps' secure. D. D. Paxson,! TAKE A PEEP!
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