Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1933
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THURSDAY. TWO IAKOTA 'VET' DIES FRIDAY IN HOSPITAL l,akota, Aug. 1'— The Gutknechts -received word Friday that Fred .Gutknecht, who has been critically 311 in the veteran's hospital in Tuc* i'Son, New Mexico, had died that af- iternoon. The body was shipped to SLakota and funeral services will be Iheld in the Presbyterian church ^Wa week Wednesday afternoon. Tred was 48 years old, and is survived by his wife, his parents, Mr. amd Mrs. August Gutknecht, two -Sisters, Emma and Lena, and three »TOthers, Edward, in Canada, and and Charles, of Lakota. Records Smashed by Fair Crowds Achievement Day— A number from Ledyard town*nip attended the 4-H girls Achievement day at Bancroft Friday. iThe girls' demonstration teams did -especially good work this year. The .•Portland team won first and will ;go to the state fair, and the Led- .yard township team won second :«nd will be alternates. Mary Jane JLewis, of Ledyard township, was --elected county president. A Farm ^Bureau organization meeting was »lso: held in the schoolhouse at the same time, and plans were made lor a membership drive in September. Orrie Beeler, from the extension department, was present to -*elp with the .plans for the year's "So Spend Week at Fair — M|rs. Maud Hamilton, her son •aWbjert, William Ley Jr., and Thomas Guernsey, of California, ileft Saturday morning via automobile!; for a week at the world's •JStirJ William Ley received word vthe first of last week he had re- oteiyed the prize offered by the •Standard Oil Co. for selling the highest percentage of Iso Vis in -the district. The prize was a 10- jflay admission ticket to the fair »nd.it came at the right time. JFastor Leaves for Vacation — The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson the first of the week for Knox- to visit Mrs. Johnson's par- nts. They will be gone two weeks, «nd there will be no Methodist church service next Sunday, but Sunday school will be held at 10 •=o'clock . At the Sunday morning service a beautiful picture of a 41fe size head of Christ was .presented to the church as a gift from =the pastor and his wife. faster Away on Visit— The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson to Woden a week ago to at- a sub-district meeting of min- 4sters. They then went to Kan- mwha to visit his parents. They .returned "Wednesday night bringing -With them a niece, Marian Gorton, WESLEY AID HAS PLAN TO RAISE FUNDS Wesley, Aug. 16—An Interesting meeting of the Methodist W. F. M. S. was held at Mrs. Dawson's Friday. Members repeated the 23rd psalm in unison, and Mrs. Kate Hansen led in prayer. Mrs. Kraus then read the lesson, from Lady Fourth's Daughter, and Mystery Box questions were answered. A basket was furnished In which members each deposited a 10-cent article, the articles being sold to those present for the same price, this adding a modest amount to the treasury. The practice will be continued for a time. The hostess served lunch. Weslcyans Attend the Fair— Leota and De Etta Hall left Friday evening for Chicago to attend the fair. Julius Hansen's eldest four children left Saturday evening to visit Chicago relatives and attend the exposition. They are Andrew, Evelyn, Burton, and Lily. The Joe Miller family left one day last week for various points in Illinois. Among others, they will visit Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and All attendance records have been shattered by A Century of Progress —the Chicago World's Fair. Here is a typical daily scene of crowds parading down the colorful Avenue of Flags—a scene in which visitors from all the world participate. Eighty-two miles of free exhibits are located in the Exposition. •Who will visit them. ason. o! Ledyard, is ihem. Patricia Ol- also visting F. B. Meet Held— The Ledyard township Farm -fcureau met at Heiko Berschman's Friday night and the following pro- Cram -was given: vocal solo, Adah •«nd Ida Telcamp; talk, County Agent Morrison; reports of the or- ^janization meeting at Bancroft -August 11, by Mrs. Jennie Heetland and J. H. Holcomb. Daughter for Henry Mitchells— BURT GIRL IS THE BRIDE OF ELMORE YOUTH Burt, Aug. 15—Esther A., daughter of Mrs. Anna Toebben. was married to Olaf Olson, (Elmore, at the Lutheran parsonage at Wallingford Saturday, August <5. The bride, a graduate of the Burt high school, taught in the rural schools of this county, but for the last several years has been employed at Chicago. The newlyweds will be at home at Elmore, where Mr. Olson is employed by a produce company. Goodell Family Has Eeunion— Ellis Gates, Aberdeen, S. D., came Saturday for a week with his cousin, Mrs. George Gray. He also attended a Goodell family reunion at the Ambrose A. Call park Sunday the Grays also attending. Seventy attended from various points in Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Nebraska, and South (Dakota. This reunion is an annual affair, and it will be held next .year at Emmetsburg. Reunion Honors J. T. Graham— The J. T. Grahams, the Robert Grahams, the Harvey D. Grahams Algona, the Ray Grahams, "Webster City, the F. O. Stows, the J. G Sewicks, O. G. Stow, "Wadena, and Howard Mason, "West Union, had a family reunion at Jay D. Graham's Sunday, in honor of the birthday of end with Mrs. Thaves' brother and Mary Mary Stewart, Burt, in Accident Burt, AUg. 16—While the W. H. Klamps and Mrs. Mary Stewart were on the way to Clarion Sunday they ran over a bump In the road, and Mrs. Stewart was thrown against the top of the car and came down on her back on the rear seat. It was at first feared that her back might be broken, but an x-ray picture showed no bones broken, though her injuries were painful. Mr. Klamp failed to see a warning about the bump. Mrs. O. iL. Gandy, lived here. who formerly •^ - m • 1 • •• ' 'JJ^I 1 ' <• Public Sal of the A daughter was born to Mr. and J. T. Graham, who will be 78 Aug"Mra. Henry Mitchell at the home of ust 16. 3>er parents at Ledyard last week to bring back Mrs. Thaves' mother, Mrs. George Schmidt, who stayed with her son's children while the parents attended the world's lair. Lloyd Elston, in charge of a bank at Wellman, came Saturday for a few days with his family. He stopped at Ames and brought with him his daughter Eleanor, who had been visiting relatives there. O. G. Stow, Wadena, and Howard Mason, West Union, visited from Friday to Sunday with O. G.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, and Urs. Stow accompanied them to Wadena to visit a few days. (Frank Jr. and Helen Lorene Beresford, Vinton, came last week Wednesday to visit their grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, and their uncles, C. W. and G. W. Patterson. George Graham came from Cedar Rapids Sunday for a week with his mother, Mrs. Emil Christiansen. He Is a student at Coe college, and has been working at Cedar Rapids this summer. Mrs. Mary MacArthur, Ames, and her daughter Jessie came Saturday for a week at Editor-Postmaster W. A. MacArthur's. They are Mr. MacArthur's mother and sister. •Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Bisgard left Saturday for their home at Arvatla, Colo., after two weeks with Mrs. fiisgard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schryver. Irma Reid visited from last Thursday till Saturday at Mrs. Maude Hanna's, and Walter Hanna took her to her home at Ames Saturday. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, and her son Donald are spending the week with Mrs. Kienitz's parents, JtcNulty to Attend Celebration— The Rev. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty will drive to Farnhamvil'le this week Wednesday evening, and on Thursday will attend an all-day celebration called the Old Soldiers' picnic. This is for Calhoun county, but persons come from far and near, and the attendance mounts into the hundreds. The program will be held at the city park, and State Representative Mitchell, of Webster City, will be the principal speaker. Studer Daughters to Come— Mr. and Mrs. (Nathan Studer were pleasantly surprised recently to receive word that two of their daughters, Sister Bernadetta (formerly Josephine), and Sister Mira (formerly Clara), both of St.'Joseph's convent, Milwaukee, are to arrive for a visit this week Saturday; coming here from Excelsior, Minn., where they visited their brother Ed and his children. Ice Cream Social Planned— The local Methodist official board will hold a social on the lawn near the Lease store" this week Saturday evening. Ice cream, cake, and cof- lee will be served. Following morning services next Sunday, an election will be held to select a lay delegate and reserve delegate to the annual conference at Humboldt September 26. Big Methodist Picnic Planned— An Algona district picnic (Methodist) will <be held at Ambrose A: Call state park, Algona, Monday, September 4, and the district conference will be held In connection. Members and friends of the Methodist churches and ministers and their families will attend. Gus Brandt, at Clear Lake last Thursday. Marjorie'remained until Sunday. Lillian Johnson spent a few days at her uncle, Joe Goetz's, last week. The F. A. Bonn- stetters visited at Belmond Sunday. Tony Lorenz, manager of the Texaco gas station, returned Sunday morning, having spent a week at the world's fair. He was accompanied there by a brother from Britt and one from California. Two brothers of Mrs. Matt Laux visited her from Friday afternoon to Saturday morning: Joe, .Raskopf, Farmington, Minn., and Henry Raskopf, Webster City. They came to look at land. Mrs. Earl Ranck, Rockledge, Fla., Is expected this week Tuesday, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt. She has been visiting relatives in Chicago a month. The Frank Johnson family went Friday to St. James, Minn., and visited until Sunday evening with the family of Frank's cousin, win Johnson. ,Mrs. Peter Haverly, Oelwein, came early last week for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt. REMAINING ASSET! Specials Tuesday. Mrs. Raymond Winter, -Mrs. Mitchell's sister, took the ••other two children home with her their will care for them till another comes home. S. 8. Class Has Party— The Berean Sunday school class field its monthly entertainment in the form of a lawn party at A. Q. Smith's. ' The young folks played -4Eames, and home-made ice cream, •wafers, and cakes were served. At ; the next meeting election of officers will be held. Malt Syrup, Council Oak, per can Quaker Puffed Wheat, per pkg. Attends Hardware Convention— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht an<i their niece, Margaret Smith, -went to Minneapolis last week Tuesday morning, where W. E. attended a hardware convention and the others went sightseeing. They a-etarned Thursday. re- Uad Good Time at Fair- Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Kiocke turned Sunday from a week at the world's fair. They report a splendid trip and enjoyable week. They went the Beacon Way, with reservations and all arrangements made •in advance. Birthday Party Is Held— Marie Cbristenssn was nine years Old a week ago Monday and her aunt, Mrs. A. Q. Smith, gave a ibirthday party for 18 children who spent the afternoon playing games. Marie received many pretty gifts. Surprise Party is Given — Sight friends of Elsie Baum surprised her by going to her home -last week Tuesday afternoon for a Bridge party. Elsie has been an Jnralkl for a number of years, suf- tering with rheumatism. John Makis Family Moves— The John Makis family moved to Ida Grove last week Tuesday, •where Mr. Makis will follow his trade of making harness and repairing shoes. Threshing Party ia Given— A threshing party was held at J. Plck-Up Xines Play Baseball— A ball game between Burt and the Ledyard Tigers, scheduled for Sunday afternoon was not played, the Ledyard team failing to appear. Pick-up teams selected by Robert Moore and E. E. Kearns were chosen, and Kearns' team won, 5-1. College Girls In Get-Together— Mary Patrick left Monday for her home at Sioux City, after a week with Lucile Sewick. Last Thursday evening the girls were dinner guests at George Gray's. Maybelle Gray and Mary are students at Morningside college. School Head Here Again — Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir and two children returned last week Tuesday from Sussex, Wis., where they had spent a number of weeks with Mrs. Weir's parents. They also attended the Century of Progress exposition. Ryersons Attend "World'9 Fair- Mr. and Mrs. -F. L. Ryerson went to Chicago last week to visit relatives and attend the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter, of Osage, took care of the children and the farm work during their absence. JU'bokahs Plan Picnic Tomorrow — The Rebekahs will have a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call park this week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen. The N. M. God f red sons recently moved into the Mrs. Elsie Koch house, vacated some weeks ago by the C. H. Schraders. Allan Graham, with the C. C. C. at Fort Des Moines, spent the week-end with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mrs. E. N. Volentne, Fairmont, Mrs. P. J. Locke, son Arthur, and Mrs. Clara Dargen, Algona, visited Clara Shaw Sunday. Esther Olson left Sunday lor Kansas City, where she is spending two weeks with an aunt. She clerks at the Smith store. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, Stanley, Wis., son Wilfred, and daughter Myrtle spent the week-end at Herman Neitzel's. Mrs. Oscar Blanchard, R. N., came home Monday, after a week at Titonka, where she took care of twin babies. The James Christiansens have moved from the Mrs. Ada Mann Seven Attend Auxiliary Meet— Members of the local Auxiliary unit who attended the 33rd county quarterly meeting at Bancroft Tuesday, August 7, were Laura and Hertula Wolf and the Mesdames Anthony Johnson, H. H. Flom Jr., Zack Gibson, George Aidrich, and L. L. Lease. Bonnstettcr Quarantine Lifted— The Frank A. Bonnstetter family, which has been under quarantine for scarlet rash, was released last Thursday. Or. Bonnstetter was not included. Supervisor to World's Pair— Olaf Funnemark and his niece, Anna Johnson, left Saturday evening to attend the world's fair. of ..Other Wesley News. The John Uhlenhake family, Whittemore, Mrs. John Uhlenhake Si., and her daughter Marjorie, visited their daughter and slater, Mrs. Spices, all kinds, per box Red Bag Coffee, per pound Cocoanut, One-half Ib. bag Sweet Potatoes, No. 2 1-2 can Kraft Boiled Salad Dressing, quart jar__ Council Oak Cocoa, 2 pound can Miracle Whip Salad Dressing, 1-2 pint jar- Lemon Cookies, 2 Ibs. Tac-Cut Coffee, vacuum pack,. pound can Medium Brown Sugar, 2 pound bag Calumet Baking Powder, pound can —__ Palmolive Toilet Soap, 4 bars for ____ Pure Apple Pickling Vinegar, a vinegar that you can depend on. Full 45 grain in strength.. Per gal. 12'/2C 25c 23c 9c 25c of ALGONA STATE Algona —. Iowa Tuesday, Aug. 29J Sale to be held at the Court House, Algona, Iowa, and to start promptly at 2:(J o'clock p. m, •• i i' 1 • i-i i ' '•>• ' ' U-i '•• •• • i ; :•;. I Pursuant to an order of the District Court of Kossuth connty, Iowa, signed Aug«st| 11, 1933, the undersigned will sell, subject to any minor errors or omissions, tij remaining assets of the Algona State Bank of Algona, Iowa, at the Court Hoawl In Algona, Iowa, on August 29,1988, at 2 o'clock p. m. The right to settle wift] any debtor and withdraw any item before the sale is hereby reserved. All of tie! assets listed below are to be sold without recourse or any guaranty on the part ill B. W. BATES, Receiver of the I Algona State Bank of Algona, Iowa,I J. P. SPALLA, Examiner in Cham. I 25c lie 22c 23c INSURANCE — LOANS — INVESTMENTS Reliable insurance service at low cost. Surety bonds, automobile, dwelling, and all other forms of insurance. Small loans made at once. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced, etc. A courteous, confidential, and pleasing service. Call at our office or phone 55. C. R. LA BARJIE. Office located 1st door north of Iowa State Bank. Juniors Play Bancroft— The Burt Junior ball team will play at Bancroft next Tuesday. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilcox, Ruthven, were Sunday visitors at Paul Moore's. The Leonard Schmidts, Corwlth, also spent Sunday at the Moore home, and Mrs. Moore went with the Schmidts for a visit. Mrs. Robert Moore, Algona, and her children are staying at the Moore home during her absence. Mrs. W. A.-Gramenz, two children, Mrs. Floyd Panek, and Leon- house into rooms at George Koestler's.' Donald and Gardner Patterson and Charles Hanna returned last week Wednesday from the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brayton, daughter Viva, and Donald Ringsdorf are attending the world's fair. Mrs. Niel Nielson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. Ernest Krueger and his daughter Ruth visited Sunday at the Chas. Morris home, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham and Misses Warner and Whitney spent Sunday at Tuttle 'Lake. Mrs. J. G. Thaves and her son Bobby went to Waseca, Minn., Sunday to visit relatives. J. Smith's, and the daughter Nancy, who had been here two weeks, went home with them. Mrs. Mary Orchard, Charles City, Is spending two weeks with her niece, Mrs. R. W. Rash. The W. J. Lockwoods spent the week-end with relatives at Hardy and Renwick. ard Gramenz, all of Silvis, 111., ar-' U. Holcomb's last week Wednesday, rived Sunday for visits with the W. . ., ,. jl » 'TT rii._... n _.l_ *.«.! TT A Oml!nVm~«vTn alight by 50 neighbors and families. Other Lakota JSfews. The Richard Hamquists left Fri- iay for Minneapolis to visit Mrs. Hamquist's sister, and then will go to Three Rivers, Wis., to visit with Ills parents and later with her rel- •atvies. They will return the last Kearns. La Vonne Enablt, Boone, t>t tlie month before school begins, is visiting Mr. Kearns, who is her The E. R. Worleys left Saturday grandfather, and she will go from -tor Clear Lake, where they and a, h f. re to Ringsted to visit other rel- frlend, Mary Toweler, of Faribauit, their H. Stewards and H. A. Salisburys. Mrs. Gramenz was formerly Ina Salisbury, and Mrs. Panek, who was Anna Gramenz, is a sister of Mrs. Steward. Mrs. William Garman and two children returned to their home at Wesley Monday, after.a week with Mrs. Carman's father, W. D. Howard Chipman, Mason City, spent the week-end at his father E. 0. Chipman's. The Birthday Circle met with Mrs. H. A. Whitehill last Thursday. The L. D. Hodgsons visited Bertha Gardo at Armstrong Sunday. Oscar Blanchard attended a Bonacker picnic at Titonka Sunday. Minn., will spend a week at a cottage. Mr. Worley will spend part of his time here and part at Clear Lake. The Rev. and Mrs. Muhlernan, Al- jgona, were guests of the Rev. and atives. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Town, Balaton, Minn-, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaeffer, Amiret, Minn., called on Burt friends Saturday. They were visiting at William Fish's, Whittemore. The F. L. Pratts went to Mrs. F. O. Johnson Saturday, and ' Whittemore to visit them Sunday. to the evening the fourth quarterly Mr. and lira. Edw. Thaves went •conference was held In the church.' to Sac City Saturday lor the week- Lakota Mrs. H. D. Mussman was hostess to the Methodist Aid at the church last week Wednesday afternoon. Plans were made for an Aid stand Sauerkraut day. Mrs. Emma Wortman came from Swea City last week Wednesday to visit With Mrs. Julia Wortman and other relatives and friends. Herbert Trenary and children left last week for Indiana to visit relatives. HORSE RACES * O&T8 ( NIGBT8 110.000.00 bun«M and running racei every afternoon, Aug. Z«-81, Night A racing (flrrt In • v Iowa) everj night, Aug. 26-31. ciacus Gyomasu. ila, world-famous cu# eta plete ahow every at ternoon and evening GARDEN SHOW 100 ACRC .FREE CAMP VOpeo ttori tree. Every convenience. Model sardene, "Century of' Progress" in flowers. Midweet Glad Show, most gorgeous ipect»de In Iowa. FfU.AUG.K-SEPT.I BILLS RECEIVABLE Adams, Chas. W $ 32.30 Beard, H. H 15.00 Beardaley, C. H. and Wendt, Wm., E. H. Beardsley, End. 4366.13 Benson, E. W. 20.00 Black, James P. 774.84 Bobo, M. J. and Ida M 1521.36 Bonnett, Chas. L. and Dorothy E. i 290.62 Brophy, Wm. 148.43 Brown Bros., Loren Brown 184.01 Burbank, E. B. 88.39 Burtis, C. E. 2.00 Dacken, J. F. and Henry • 317.08 Davis, Roy 120.72 Dutton, Ira A. et ux 31.83 Dutton, R. J. 497.50 Finders, J. W 18.30 Frank, Charles 11047.17 Fry, R. G. - 131,00 Goeders and Stephenson 280.31 Grafing, Wm. 149.45 Gross, V. J. 275.00 Gunder, Chas. D 70.00 Hagg, Gladys M. and Emil R. 55.00 Hammer, John 139.00 Hartzell, B. F 45.48 Hoick, J. G. 256.09 Isenberger, J. O. 9.40 Koppen, Joseph, et ux 681.80 Laird, W. R. Interest Longnecker, C. E. and Alice__ 2500.00 Loss, John ,_ 69.35 McVay, Johnson 32.15 Miller, Fred W. and Mrs. Florence E. 88.50 Mitchell, Ella P. and Nels J. 135.03 Morrow, M. M., Bessie W., and Ferguson, W. K. 358.37 Murtha, John 16.00 Neitzel, Art, et ux 48.89 Pearson, Olof and Lillian V._ 200.00 Potter, B. H. 23.00 Quinn, Laughlin A. 1034.00 Rike, W. G T 141.00 Robison, C. W. and T. W 100.00 Sankey, R. W. and R. H. ___ 219.13 Sankey, R. W. and Dorothy, 185.35 Seward, L. C. 75.00 Sherman, Joseph J. and Mary 8569.52 Simpson, Chas., Ora, and Lulu, deceased ________ 2809.60 Smith, D. W 25.00 Smith, W. R. 4g.60 Spurgeon, Roy and Ethel ___ 38^95 Stiles, Mrs. Alta, and Potter, B. H. __ 56i00 Sweet, Stanley L. 10000 Veriteicher, A. B. 84 43 Waldbillig, Frank and Margaret 4579.62 Walker, Will G 2 0 00 Wallace, Robert 1938*35 Watkins, Alfred 55 0 Q Wendt, Wm. 3207 62 Young, A. W. 63«4.92 JUDGMENTS OF BILLS RECEIVABLE Bancher, M. E. and Peter ___ Lashbrook, Jesse, et ux _III Lindhorst, Rufus and Myrtle' Lougley, E. F. Mason, C. R. and Mrs.~Eiva~~ Mason, C. R. and Mrs. Elva Nelson, Henry C. Nelson, Maria, deceased Nolte, Harry, et ux _ Vincent, E. L. Weaver, Elmer ~E.~IIII Weaver, Elmer E. Winkel, L. A. and Mrs.'jacob Winkel, Lavina C. and Mrs Jacob Winkel, Julius B"~and~~Mrs~ Jacob 2525.04 127.15 1879.02 170.10 3231:75 527.29 746.19 56.97 30.95 73.39 17.00 79.05 1749.74 263.61 789.27 for o h.f 7 mS WiU be ° ffered his bLtlhT* ° r Credit ° r may m{ * e assets a ^e d JUDGMENTS ON UNPAID STOCK ASSESSMENTS Beardsley, C. H. 1750.401 Cretzmeyer, C. H. 3125,00 Sherman, T. C 260.001 CASH ITEM Balance of 1926 taxes advanced by Alsona State Bank for J. W. Speraw and Geo. Shaddick, on Lots 5-6-7-8, Block 15, 0. P., Algona 39.34J OVERDRAFT Algona Bottling Works 60,811 OTHER REAL ESTATE An undivided interest in and to the East Fifty-six feet of the South Half of Lot Eleven (11), Block One (1), Auditor's plat of Reservation No. 1, Algona, Iowa, subject to a mortgage of $2,000.00 covering the whole property, and subject to any other encumbrance of record. NON-LEDGER ASSETS BILLS RECEIVABLE Anderson, Cera, Norman, and Hannah $ Armstrong, Charlie Lee Brogan, M. J. Butcher, F. M. and Ora Curtis, H. L. et ux Johnson, Albert N. Johnson, Edw. J. and Edna— Klamp, C. H. Klamp, C. H. and Lurena K. Wessel , Klamp and Ferguson Kollasch, C. E., Edna, and Will Lattimer, H. W. — Lehman, Lettie and J. L— Lehman, Lettie R. Matson, A. Note of $75.00 dated 423-25, given by Wm. C. Hoppe, held as collateral, Miller, Frank and Pearl Neeling, J. J. Nelson, H. C. — Newville, F. A, Nugent, Claude J. _ Nugent, W. D. Pommerening, Chas. and Mrs. C. R. Reasor, E. H. Schichtl, L. C. et ux Schichtl, L. C. and J. F. Cook SchichU, I* C. „- -Stevens, Louis and Hanna — The Cement Products Co. —Hammer, John Horst, Fred W. Ferguson, A. C, Ferguson, A. C. Young, A. W f JUDGMENTS 4020,00 76,50 570.40 200,001 120.001 4.25 8177,161 2752.36 6000.00 40.00 678.TC 492.58 247,84 261.M 58,00, 565.W 8.4! lilt 187,251 16841 20.531 80J 528J 122$ 32241 IP 690, 350' 1 Brophy, Wm. Butler, J. Francis Ditch, R. E. Jaskulke, W. B. and Mary- Leonard, Leo Miller, Frank Peterson, Martin G. Wolfe, Maurice J. MISCELLANEOUS Claim against Oilman Son JjJ Company, of New York, ore twa Amount $3961.25, reduc | ed by dividends paid to -**:* jgft vwaiy and collectively, * nd a0 ^ . offer prior to the date of sale oy be the standing bid a*" 10 time **'

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