Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1933
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SIX KOSSUTH COONTt ADVANCE. AU3ONA. IOWA CHECKS ABOVE SSOsJITONKA Titonka, Oct. 24—High cream checks for last month have been issued as follows: Nick Heesch, $184.60; Warner Smidt, $149.00; Bruno Stecker, $87.25; J. A. 'Harms, $83.25; Fred Stecker, $81.00; Henry Gray & Sons, $81; W. H. Grover, $80.50; J. N. Koestler, $76.25; A. Schram, $74.75; Graham Bros., $74; George Peterson, $72.50; John .Rode, $72; W. H. Senne, $71.25; Bartlett & Sons, $71.25; George Rippentrop, $70.25; Stephen Tjaden, $65.25; Edward Zweifel. $64.50; William Welhous- en, $64; Peter Ubben, $62.75; Ubbe Winter, $61.50; Bonno Schutter, $57; John 'Rodamaker. $56.50; George L. Schmidt, $55.75; Frank Meyer, $54.75; Ben U. Meyer, $52.75; E. J. Buss, $50.75; Sieman Smidt, $50.50; Mrs. A. L. Schiltz, $49.75; Mrs. S. A. Reynolds, $49.25; Rally Services Are Planned atGoodHopeSunday,Oct. 30 Good Hope, OcL24—Special ral-;tism made it impossible for him to ly services which have been held during October at the Good Hope and Whittemore Methodist churches Corn picking Xearly Orer— ' work. will be climaxed next Sunday with! a special service for all friends and prospective friends of the not under obligation to other ches. This especially applies to persons not already members, though any others interested will be welcome. The services Sunday were aj big success, with increased attend- ;„ ' L j ahead rap- FRANK KEENE, EX-WHIFTEMORE DIES IN OHIO Whittemore, Oct. 24— Relatives huskin * ^ the last of (last Thursday, when word came he tbefirst of "«* if * dM at 3:3 ° «• at day fair, and L. W. Swanson went to Chicago last week Monday night to visit his brother Jesse and. attend the fair. The Maurice Mallorys drove to Jolley Sunday to visit Mrs. Mai- lory's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lottman and were accompanied here by their son Edwin, who had spent corn husking vacation there. Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frank Kecne wer .e shocked j gehnke, was at home Sunday from .... . . . good weather continues. Other Good Hope. A phone call to the William and City where he teaches in -i» ~-....v./an school. He was to at- his home at Akron, Ohio, of heart tem i a teachers conference at Pom- trouble. He had been sick only a| ero y u,j s week, few days. He was born in 1871, in I and at death was in hisi Roth and Bi ,, y ance and a fine spirit of worship.: Erwin Turners from Boone Tuesday Special items of interest were num- i conveyed information of the death bers contributed by the Sunday] 0 ^ Andrew Bennett, a relative, schools. j Leona MctMahon left» Saturday ' j evening for Chicago to visit the Good Hope Couple Married— -world's fair, also relatives there On Oct. 11 Eldora Lowman was j and at Madison, Wis. married to Delbert Sankey, at Good • Th e James Knolls were guests of Hope parsonage. The bride is a'the Bennett Mitchells, Buffalo Cen- niece of Louis Lowman, long a res- j ' er , for dinner Sunday. They drove ident of this community, and thej u P after church, bridegroom has been a resident! Charles Geilenfeld is recovering here 2 years. He has a brother op-\from a serious illness for which he Charles ' eratin s the J. M. Moore farm. The! w as taken to a hospital early in the Mrs. J. F. Schoby, and her son _, . I Howard, Athwood, S. .D., were Rheumatism Halts Corn Picker— I guests at Glen Jenkinson's Sunday Carl Madson. former Good Hoper Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Madden Hal- who had been picking corn lor Jens fa, were overnight guests of Mrs an™.™, ^t,,™^ »- ,.:_ u 'William Treptow Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney were guests at W. J. Bourne's Sunday. There was a reunion of relatives at Otto Engstrom's Sunday. Sorenson, returned to his home at Eagle Grove Sunday. The Soren- sons and Martha and Esther Madson took him. He had expected to make an extended stay here, but rheuma- O. Michaelson, $49.25; „„«,..„, , .„ _ , Hipp, $49.25; Robert Callies j cou P le Wl11 reside here till spring i $49.25; Aggo Janssen, $48.50; H.'i at least - I P. Harms, $48.25; Chris Brandt, $48.25; and J. B. Pannkuk, $48. | Junior T)e Vries 11; Party- Junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. de Vries, celebrated his llth birthday last week Wednesday by entertaining friends at a roller "skating party at the Pannkuk Coliseum. Attending: Robert and Alice Budlong Patty Ball, Betty Kokash, 'Raymond and Arnold Rickleffs, Jacqueline Callies, Roger Larson, Marjorie Peterson, Earl Schweppe, Mary Jean .Rachut, Russell French, and Sigurd Wood. Lunch was served at the Coliseum. Gartners Are Titonkians Again 'Ruth Hinkley, Rowan, has been here a few weeks, helping the Rev. L. G. Gartner take care of his honey. The Gartners have moved from Rowan back to Titonka. The daughter Alice will finish this semester of school at Rowan, but will attend here next semester. Mr. Gartnor, former Methodist pastor here, recently gave up his Rowan pastorate. year. The funeral was Saturday. Mr. Keene came to America with his parents in 1880 and lived in Illinois till 1901, when the family came to Iowa. In 1917 he moved! to Akron. He was married twice,; .,?!attended the Iowa City homecomin nela and visited Lloyd Roth. Mrs. Ra Burdine and her daughter Betty ac son, Affna Thompson, and KoSstith County, Iowa, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: the Southwest Quar- ef (SW'4) of Section Seventeen (lt)i Township drie Hundred (100) North, Range Twenty-seven (27), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, conatining in all One Hundred Sixty (160) acres, according to Government surrey J and I will proceed to seJl said property, or M much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, *- the highest biddei 1 , lot cuti, in hand, on the iflth day of November, 1933! atthee«8tdodf of the Court House irt Algona, 1ft kossuth county, Idwft. at the 'hoUt Ot 10 o'clock a m,, of *ald day ( Hrhert and where due attendance will be given bv the undersigned. ..Dated this llth day of October, 1933. ' CARL DAHLHAUSER Sheriff 6f Kossuth County, Iowa, By Casey i,oan, Deputy. Van Ness & Stillman, Plaintiff's Attorney. 6-7 $50 to ou can nout delay n i i "^ lv Payments ». "M suit income 8 TM You them to visit Mrs. Bur dine's mother. A 9-lb. girl was born last wee evening Mr ' his first wife dying many years Ralph Fandel, who have three othe ago. He was working in a factory when he took sick. Surviving are the second wife, tire S> rls and four b °y s - The new new come rhas been named Carol Adel Rosella Voight, attending th three children by his first wife, j Hamilton business college, Mason and eight brothers, John, Abraham, I City, was at home over Sunday Many Attend County P. T. A. __ Attending a county P. T. A. meeting at Algona Friday from here were Mesdames M. S. Craven, Mayme Peterson, Roy and Jay Budlong, H. A. French, iR. C. Ball, Faye Callies, William Peterson, Pierre Sartor, Mark Bacon, and Homer Downs, also Florence Reynolds and Gladys iBogges. Mrs. Craven is president of the Titonka P. T. A. Auxiliary Masked Party Given— This week Tuesday evening Irene Peterson, retiring treasurer.will entertain members and women eligible to membership at Legion Auxiliary "Kiddies" masked Halloween party at the W. J. Denton home. The masks and noise makers will be sent to the veterans' hospital at Knoxville for an annual Halloween masquerade party there. Boy Hit by Basket Ball- Arthur, only son of Mr. and Mrs. MANY ATTEND BURT JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Burt, Oct. 24—A full house attended the Junior class play, Miss Adventure, at the Beltone theater last Friday evening. A matinee was given. The play, under the direction of Alice Eighme, was well presented. The scene was laid in a fashionable girls' boarding home. Those taking part were: Dorothy Brook, Eleanor Elston, Grace and lona Godfredson, Lorraine Kollasch, Sarah Paine, Genevieve Patterson, Magdaline Beitz, Maxine Schenck, Richard Chipman, Willis Vogel, Max Schrader, and Lydia Mansmith. evening in school Dist. No. 6 taught by Letha Mann. Other Burt Jfews. 'R. J. de la Hunt and two Otto, and Theodore, Whittemore, Herman, Henry, Tony, and Casper, Des Moines. . Henry Meyer, Pomeroy, Dies— Relatives and friends here will attend the funeral this week Tuesday of Henry Meyer, of Pomeroy, who died at the home of his son Charles, of Webb. He was a cous- came from Ames Saturday and visited till Sunday at the W. A. Peters home. Mrs. de la Hunt and little son, who had been spending a in of Christ Meyer, and an uncle o Mesdames Herman and William Meyer. Raymond Meyer, who ha. lived with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Herman Gade, since hi mother died, was a grandson. Nine Go to World's Fair- sons | Nettie Samin, Augusta Priester week here, returned home them. The O. H. Grahams, Reception Given >'ew Pastor— A large crowd attended a reception given in the Methodist church last week Tuesday evening for the new pastor, the Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. A short program was given, which included a violin solo by Dorothy Brooke; reading of poems by Miss Whitney; address of welcome, by Mrs. F. O. Stow; response by Rev. Mitchell; piano duet, by Lucile Sewick and Vera Chipman; trio by Lois and Joseph Graham and Vera Chipman. A lunch was served by the 'Ladies' Aid society. Farm Bureau Women Meet- Twenty Farm Bureau women met , ____ ton, were also Sunday guests at the Peters home. Mrs. C. W. Patterson and Mrs. E. E. Paine left Tuesday for Des Moines to attend the annual Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star meeting. Mrs. Patterson is worthy matron of the local chap- te, and Mrs. Paine is associate matron. Mr. and Mrs. Orley Hobson, Fort Dodge, visited Wednesday and Thursday last week at the D. T. Hobson home. They had been on a vacation trip to the Black Hills and stopped here on their way home. Mr. Hobson is a bus driver. The Frank Nellis family, Easton, Minn., visited Sunday at the John Murray .home. Mr. Murray returned home with them for a two weeks visit. Mrs. Nellis is a daughter of the Murrays. Irma Davison spent last week at home. She teaches at Bradgate and the school was closed for a two weeks vacation during corn picking. This week she is visiting her brother (Frank at Malvern. Mrs. Shelby Thompson, Lexington, Ky., is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. V. McWhorter. The MoWhorters and Mrs. Thompson were Sunday dinner guests of * -•-.-"• *.»v-t»vjj.-t*-i i-ii .LJUi ct*l* W UII1C11 IIltTL -.—-** UM* iu«* j uj George Peterson, suffered an ac-iat the S. M. Peterson home lasti the L - D. Hodgsons. and Mary Veil went to the world's fair a week ago Saturday night and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery and Father Veit went last week with Wednesday night. Banker Frank Fen- Bestenlehner followed last Thursday night. Elmo Barber and Herbert Zumaoh drove to Chicago last week Tuesday with poultry and attended the fair. Crooks More to Emmetsburg Clayton Crook, employed at the L. W. Swanson furniture store and undertaking establishment several years, has resigned to accept a similar position with Edw. Foy, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Crook was associated with .the Swanson firm for some years before her marriage. They have moved to Emmetsbug. Nurses to Attend Convention— Nelda Crawford, went to Algona last week Tuesday, and was there Joined by Leona Bierstedt, R. N., Lone Rock, and Marie Richter, R. N. Wesley, with whom 3he left last week Wednesday for Sioux City to attend a state nurses convention last Thursday and Friday. Carl Voight Birthday Observed— RBlaitfres gathered Sunday evening at Carl Voight's to help him celebrate a birthday. Out-of-town guests were the John Seegebarths and Mr. Tietz and 'his son Orville, all of Lotts Creek, and the Edward iHansens, Algona. . , . . at school last week Wednes-l Thursday afternoon for the month- day when he was hit on the backjly meeting. A of his head by a basket ball. He is ; The roll call was What unable to attend school. Party for Veterans' Children- Anna Schenck, Legion Auxiliary Cradle Roll chairman, and her committee will entertain the children of veterans at the Legion Hall Saturday afternoon. Wolfes Visit in Missouri- Editor and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe left last week Wednesday for Halfway, Mo., to visit relatives till last Saturday, when they returned. Killians Away on Vacation The ,Rev. and Mrs. Killian, north of town, left Monday for Merrill Iowa, and South Dakota, for a two weeks vacation. Auxiliary Will Meet Tomorrow— An Auxiliary radio party and work meeting will take place this week Friday at Mrs. Ray Bonacker's. Other Titonka News. William, Kathryn, Harriet, and Herbert Schram, and Helen spent last Thursday evening program was given. I Do When I 'Rest. Mrs. E. B. Dittmer read a paper on Rest, and Mrs. Henry Smith had a paper on What the Farm Bureau has Meant to Me. Go to the World's Fair— The G. C. Giddings, son William, and Nellie Ward left for Chicago last week Wednesday where they were to spend a few days at the home of their son Guy and also to visit the Century of Progress exposition. .E. H. Pannkuk is hauling the mail on Route 1 during Mr. Giddings' absence. Race Horse Man Here— Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Whitehall visited last week with .his parents, the H. A. Whitehills. They were en- route from Chicago to San Francisco, Calif., where Mr. Whitehill has several race horses entered in a San Francisco race. His Jockey was traveling with them. Attend Iowa City Homecoming— F. iL. Pratt, daughter Zelpha Rae, Mrs. M. 'E. Polhemus, and Rachel Bruce and Phyllis Clifton, Armstrong, spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Burt friends. Bruce who is a student at an Art school m Minneapolis, was home for the week-end. Mesdames P. A. Olson, P. H Olson, C. M. Bartlett, and John Mai- manger and daughter Phyllis, all of Story City, were Friday guests of the Dr. H. Si Van Vrankens. I. H. Dordin, who is picking corn for E. A. Hansen at Bricelyn, Beed th P <?M,r= u-i,' T" ° w'th ! Clapaaddle went to Iowa City Fril£, S *? 1 2._ clu Il rJen !. srandpar-jday. where the Prabts and Rachel visited Marilda Pratt, who is a stu- and Mrs. C. ^,. Mitchell, 'Burt, and Kabhryn and Harriet remained there for the week-end. The William Schrams spent Sunday there. Mercedes Sartor, trained nurse at Chicago, came last Thursday for a two weeks vacation with her parents, Dr .and Mrs. Pierre Sartor Magdalene 'Sartor, who is e Magnolia teacher, and Guido Sartor, university student, spent the week-end here. Mrs. William Amesbury, accompanied by Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury, of Carroll, formerly Titonka spent last week Wednesday at Dr. R. C. Ball's and from here Mrs! William Amesbury went ito Clear Lake for a few days with friends. Theodore Wallace, of field secretary of the American Chicago here. Albert Technical society, former Coe college schoolmate and fraternity brother of Arthur Jay Budlong, spent last week Wednesday evening Meyer, who had intended to leave for California with John Fisher, was delayed by sickness, but will go as soon as he recovers. The Methodist Aid served a public supper in the basement of the church Saturday evening, and large crowd attended. Janet Hoff, Ames, has been spending a week with ents, the Rev. and Schoenlien. The Rev. H. W. Schoenlein the Rev^Mr. Killian spent week ~~ ' Minn. The Rev. Mr. Killian and the Rev. Mr. Boese, Lakota, attended a Conference at Ceylon, Minn, last Thursday. The S. J. de Vries and Mrs. Jay Budlong were at Clear Lake last Thursday evening. A girl was born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. James McColley. Glen Farrington, of Montgomery, spent Sunday with Barbara Ball. her grandpar- Mrs. H. W. and last Wednesday at Welcome, dent at the university. Mrs. Polhemus visited her son Warren. They returned Sunday. Ueturn from fiebekah Assembly— Mrs. Lillian Sheldon and Edna Staley returned Friday from Council Bluffs where they had attended the annual session of the Rebekah Assembly of Iowa. Edna Staley was the delegate from this district. S. S. Class Party Host— The girls' Sunday school class, taught by Ruth Hodgson, enter, tained the other young people of the Sunday school in the church this week Wednesday evening. Hurold Nelsons Have New Son— A son was born Sunday, October 15, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson at the George Dettman home. Mrs. Hannah Dettman has been helping care for her great-grandson. Missionary Society Meets— A good crowd attended the Missionary society meeting at the G. J. F. Vogel home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. George Carroll was assisting hostess. Vera Cliipman Entertains Cheir— The Methodist choir attended a party at Vera Chipman's last Wednesday evening. Mrs. C. E. Hammer is the new choir leader. Attended Teachers Institute Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, Mrs. H. A. Thompson, and Esther and Ruth Hodgson attended the lecture by Dr. Steiner at Algona Friday. Rpbekah-Odd Fellow Party— The Rebekahs will have a Halloween partv Tuesday evening, and Rebekahs, Odd Fellows, and their families are invited. School Holds Halloween Program— Tfoere will be a Halloween .program and pie social tomorrow j , Minn., spent the week-end at .home. L. H. Riedel is also a t Bricelyn. He is hauling beets. Mrs. W. J. iLockwood and two children returned Friday from Davenport, where she had visited her grandfather and other relatives for several days. The Epworth ^League held a cab- met meeting at the home of the president, Lucile Sewick, last Thursday evening to talk over the year's work. The F. O. Stows, the J. G. Se- wicks and the J. D. Grahams attended a family reunion at Webster City Sunday. About 40 were present. Mrs. Carrie Meinzer, daughter Anna, and Mr. and Mrs. R. E Kautzky, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday at the A. H. Meinzer home Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven attended a birthday party for his father, Harvey Steven, at Sexton Tuesday evening. A daughter was born Saturday to. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dremmel. The Dremmels have two other children, a boy and girl. The Birthday circle will meet Thursday afternoon at Mrs. H. W. Manus's. Sore for Former Teacher- Mr, and Mrs. William Oliver have Orville Fischer,. Alden, announcing the arrival' of a son named George Mrs. Fischer was a popular Whit temore teacher, Ann Albers, som She came with Marie Miller, 'Fen ton, who also attends the school. Anna Louise, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. William Roeber, was sick las' week. Mrs. William Higgins has also been sick; also Mrs. Louis Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pert! drove to Waverly Saturday to visil the letter's brother, H. P. Johannsen, returning Sunday. (Henry Dahlhauser was here last week from Tallalah, 'La., visiting relatives. The Dahlhausers moved to Louisiana -last fall. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan, ol Emmetsburg, spent Sunday with their daughters, Mesdames Herman and Arthur Fandel. Thelma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Theodore Keene, was at home Sunday from Algona, where she has been working. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCreery, of Fonda, and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery were Sunday dinner guests at H. S. Dailey's. Peter Schumacher, manager of Diamond Oil Station, attended a meeting at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday evening. Jacqueline K., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert, was christened Sunday at St. Michael's Catholic church. LEGAL NOTICES ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. November term, A. D. 1933. The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Andrew M. Jasperson and Frankie E. Jasperson, husband and wife; D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank of Algona, Iowa; John Sheller and Mrs. John Shelter, husband and wife, Defendants. . To the Above Named Defendants,. and to each of them: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file n the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county receivedjt card from Mr. and Mrs. j Iowa, the petition and amendmen thereto of the plaintiff asking per sonal Judgment against Andrew M Jasperson and Frankie E. Jasper son for the sum of $12,763.40, with interest at 8 per cent from and after July 1, 1933, together with costs; and asking the establish ment and foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage securing the payment of said amount and covering- the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter (SWW) of Section Sixteen (16), m. Township Ninety-Six (96), Jforth of Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa. Said petition also asks for the appointment of a receiver and for a deficiency Judgment. For furthef pkrticulars, see said petition now on file. • For further particulars, see said less you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of November, 1933 term of said court, which will be begun and held at the court house in Algona Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 27th day of November, 1933 default will be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered as prayed in said petition. DWIGHT G. RIDER, 4-7 , Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 249 . Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there has been filed in the office of the Count* Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportion' ment showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all narti and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No 249, which schedule of proposed assessment .is as follows: Sub-Division NEW NEW _. NWW NEW „ SWW NEW 22 SEW NEW 22 NEW SEW 22 NWW SEW 22 SWW SEW 22 SEW SEW -------- 22 NEW NWW ------- 23 NWW NWW ------ 23 SWW NW% _______ 23 SEW NWW ------- 23 NEW SWW -r ------ 23 ' SWW SWW SWW ------- 23 SEW SWW ------ 23 Sec. Twp. Range .22 96 28 -22 96 28 96 28 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 % 96 96 96 Acres Name of Owner Ami. of Assm't 23 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 40 John Kain $ 1540 40 John Kain 40 John Kain 40 John Kain 40 .Robert B, Harrison __ 40 Robert B. Harrison __ 40 Robert B. Harrison ._ 40 Robert B. Harrison __ 40 Louise Young UM 40 (Louise Young 1^40 40 (Louise Young 16.40 40 Louise Young u 34 40 Frances E. Benschotor ILSJ 40 Frances B. Benschoter 16.40 40 Frances E. Benschoter 16.40 40 (Frances E. Benschoter n.80 1640 DIRECT! • , i — ••»•«*«•» AU» j-»cuo<jiiuiur AX«OO »r D h if 6 f*$- £ t ?°? w - ose 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 Algona, Iowa, oT the i«h day of November, 1933, at 2 o'clock p. in. At said hearing any of the fhoT^S rtlonments mav be increased or may be adopted without fur- n f «»M A - »i, file writt ?, n <*Jec«ons to said report on or before noon waived S3me Presumed to have been conclusively All assessments may be paid in full without interest if paid within twenty days from date assessment is confirmed • wirain Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 7th day of October, 1933. E. J. BUTLER. County Auditor. B. Quarton QtTAIlTOir phone 460-w SULLIVAN, *• Sullivan NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD . . DISTRICT NO. 217 Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear'in the withm schedule that there has been filed in the office of rep ° rt of the m ,ht > ' e oar < ment showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on a s and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road KstrictNo 217, which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows- lub-Division Sec. Twp. Range Acres 26 96 29 26 96 29 40 J. Amt. of Name of Owner Assm't M. and Wm. E. SW% 26 96 29 sE% SW& 26 96 29 SE& 27 96 29 40 40 40 40 Rich Point Mfty friends had a dance at B. M. Burlingame's Saturday evening. McGuire Bros, have moved their road-grading equipment to Pocahontas, and will be busy there for some time. The P. C. Literary and Social club met with Mrs. Carl Hutchins a week ago, and Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner. Everett Black spent the week-end with Howard Raney. Mrs. Jeesse Lashbrook spent a few days last week with her sister. Mrs. John Me Guire. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson spent Sunday with the C. L. Hiserodts Algona. Maxine Devine, Union township, spent the week-end at iher uncle S. J. Devine's. The children in No. 6, Irvington, are planning a Halloween party for (Friday afternoon. Everyone is to attend in costume. Mrs. Fred Geigel has returned from Ortonville, Minn., where she went last week to attend the funeral of a uncle. Paul Clark is confined to the house with badly cracked ribs. Dorothy and Catherine SchuSa spent the week-end at Algona with the Etta Bacon and Ellen Steussy, and attended the county teachers institute. years ago.. Lutherans in Halloween Party — The Lutheran Y. P. gave a Hallo ween party last Thursday evening at the school 'lialT. Guests were Ie< through a window in .the furnace room and a long hall in which there were chairs and other impedimenta Public Halloween Party Tonijrht — There wilt be a public Halloween party at the Academy hall this week Thursday evening, given by the Catholic young- women, with cards and dancing; Corn-Husfcingr Tacation Begin_ The Lutheran school is having a week's corn-husking vacation. H W: Hehnke and P. L. Jessen, teachers, are attending a conference at Pomeroy. Anna FranJts is Bride- Anna, daughter of Mrs. lazzie Franks, was married one day last week to Clarence Hentges, of Bancroft. Other Whittemore Heirs The J. E. Walkers visited Sunday afternoon at Mr. Walker's sisters Jane and Ella Walker's, Algona. They also called on Mr. Walker's brother Archie, near Algona. Grace and Merlyn Walker and Mrs. Holdren, nee Irene Walker, are now at home again, after an automobile accident west weeks ago. of Algona some Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fenley, Flint Mich., arrived Saturday, but will leave this week Thursday for Russell, where they will visit Mr. Fenley's parents. Mrs. Fenley was formerly Anna Doyle. Mr. and Mrs Connie Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Fenley, and Mrs. .Larry Doyle visited relatives at Claire Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Brwin Braatz and the 'latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Remhard Klatt, Blue Earth, with the Louis Braatz family, of Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Braatz home. Erwin and Mrs. Louis Braatz are children, of Robert Braatz, and L'ouis Braatz is his brother. The Carl Hansens, Whittemore, and the Otto Ohms, Fenton, were over-Sunday visitor at the Casih home, Anamosa. Mrs. Cash and Mrs. Hansen are old school chums. Bernice Balgeman stayed with Joan and Beverly Hansen. Mesdames iL. W. Swanson, Tim O'Brien, Roy Crawford, and Carl Hansen attended a birthday party at Mrs. Howard Carey's, Algona last week Monday in honor of Mrs. Ralph 'Brown, and Mrs. Swanson won the high score. The Jos. Essers have moved from the Mrs. Eiler home to the Carrie Bierstedt hjome, and the Roman Eisenbachers have moved from the Mrs. Fred Wagner place, south of town, to the house vacated by Mrs. Emma Hilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kirscabauni and taeir daughter Kathryn left last Thursday njght for the 8A1E KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of 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 4th day of Octo- jer, 1933, m favor of The Pruden- :ial Insurance Company of Amerca, a Corporation, a s plaintiff, and against the 'Southwest Quarter of Section Seventeen (17), Township One Hundred (100) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the n r i^ ipal Meridi an. containing n all 160 acres, according to Government survey, as defendant, for the sum of Twelve Thousand Sev?« 1 F£ n(lred sixtv -*our and 33/100 ($12,764.33) Dollars and costs taxed at One Hundred Eighty-six and 39/100 (|1«6.39) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Andrew Loge, Christine Loge, L. T. Thomp- Don't Get Up Nights THIS 25c TEST FREE If It Fails. Physic the .bladder as you would 10 lw "' ml ~ 'Drive out the impuri- •he bowels. ,» —--'>»v»**v kuc *u4y un~ ties and excess acids which cause + e irritation that wakes you up et a regular 25c box of BUKETS made from buchu leaves, Juniper ° ; et f-_ J! . A1tter four days test, if not satisfced, go hack and get your 25c. They work on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. Bladder irregularity is nature's danger signal and may warn you of Double. You are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. - E. W. Lusby Druggist, Algona, and W. J. Denon Titonika, say BTJKBTS ia a best seller. Ricker J. M. and Wm. E. Ricker J- M. and Wm. E. Ricker J. M. and Wm. E. Ricker J. M. and Wm. E. Ricker _ Ben H. Gould Ben H. Gould Ben H. Gould Ben H. Gould Fred A. Will __ Fred A. Will Fred A. Will John Frankl John Frankl John Frankl John Frankl I John Frankl John Frankl III™ John Frankl ,_~~ John. Frankl IIIII Anthony Byson I™ Anthony Byson I Anthony Byson I Anthony Byson Jacob Winkel _~I~~~ Jacob Winkel __I™~~ Jacob Winkel ___""""' Jacob Winkel _I~__I Lucy, Leona, and Rena Mabel WellendorC _ Lucy, Leona, and Rena Mabel Wellendorf . Lucy, Leona, and Rena Mabel Wellendorf . Lucy, Leona, and Rena Mabel Wellendorf _ D- D. Kinyon __ D. D. Kinyon __ D. D. Kinyon "__ 4 ' 'D. D. Kinyon E. p. Fredericksoii E. P. Frederickson 5.30 5.30 7.68 7.48 6.53 S.30 7.68 7.68 7.68 5.30 7.68 6.86 5.53 7.48 7.68 5.30 7.48 6.53 6.31 7.68 7.04' 5.31 5.53 7.48 3.59 2.46 1.65 2.46 6.40 7.48 5.53 Phone «• Office over VAN _ D. Shumway SHCMWAV I Kl Attorneya-aMnl Atttornej-.al.Ui | Office in Qulnby Bi Phone 180 --- . — HIRAM R Attorney-aUn"] Office over Iowa Slats I Phone 206. P. A. DAXSOllI Attorney. Office over Iowa SUtij Phones: Office, 460-J,; ! CAKROL A. Wl AUornej-at.lM:] Office over Poi Phone 65 • A. Hutchison T, f.l HUTCHISON i HU Artornejrs-at.IwSl Quinby Building J Phone 251 DOCTORS JOHJf X. KFSW Physician nil 8n Office over Reiall Dnf 4 Office phone IH. | Res. phone lit IS S a ^W. Keith ft, the "°« fied 4.87 7.68 7.68 43 4.43 7.68 4.43 7.48 "! m ?!.., appear in the wf££ s a er day of November, 1933, at 2 o'clock ther * *? hearin * before IOWa ' m the 15 "> r may objections to said °e presumed to without fur-. paid within C. H. Surgeon and Pk; Office John GalbraitkM Phones 444-3lM| Ugona P. V. ,JAS8E,Jf,l| Pliynlclun and Sniftf Office on South Dodge B r-hones: Office, 666; Algona, lows WALTER FBA8Ei,»| Physician and Suri Office In Quinby Bldg,B Phone No, U 1933. BUTLER, County Auditor. come right in we've missed you ! " JWELYIN 0. Physician and 8ortJM Office in PostoHiw" Phones: Office, W. D. Oileopatlilo Ix>cated in Genefal Phones: Office 187, B»l B. A. EVANS,«.W Over Borchardt Phones: Residence JU, Algona, low^ DENTIST8 DB. H. Qas or novocalne traction. .. , Located over ChrlsteW*" Phonen: Business 166, VE1 j. B. Tet West State Phones; KOSSUTH INSURANCE Over »UM>00,000 in force. A secure. D- ••fl"^^^^^^^ ADVAN

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