Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1933 · Page 8
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fAGE EIGHT ADVANCE. ALQ5NA; !OWA ENGLISH TELLS OF IOWA SYNOD ATIRVINGTON ' Irvington, Oct. 31—The Rev. A. English gave his congregation Sunday, "Echoes of the iSynod of Iowa," which he attended at Dubuque last week. He was much enthused by the Synod, and he (brought home many reports of interest to Presbyterians. Doctor fiarlow, Ames, was acting moderator, and Dr. Alois Barta was elected moderator. Mr. English said one of the best numbers on the program was "The: Pageant of the Book," by Louis Wilson, covering Tresbyterian history from 1S33 till the present time. The "first episode concerned David Lowry, first .Presbyterian minister in Iowa; the second, Peter Flury, missionary to the Germans in Iowa; the third; Adrian Van Vhet, founder of the German theological seminary which later became the University of Dubuque; the fourth, an incident in the lives of Drs. David J. Burrell and W. O. Ruston. The episodes were presented by the first and third Presbyterian churches and the Westminster Presbyterian church, all of Dubuque, and the University of Dubuque. •Presbyterians all over Iowa will be interested to learn that the late Mr. and Mrs. John Rath left to the Iowa Synod a beautifully furnished home at Ackley, to be used for aged and otherwise homeless Iowa Presbyterians- The Synod voted to be self-sup- potring. For the last several years only churches that could conveniently do so have sent money to the national missions board for the support of the weaker Iowa churches, the board making up deficits. Henceforth all churches will be taxed a dollar a member for the benefit of such churches and must carry on without help from the board. The next 'Synod will meet at Red Oak, where the 'Rev. Mr. Lester, formerly of Rolfe, now has a charge. The Rev. Mr. English and his daughter Ethel, the latter having for a few days been at Cedar Rapids, left Dubuque Thursday evening, October 19, for Madison, Wis., where they spent several days with the late Mrs. English's mother, Mrs. Estes, who, nearing 90, is in go_od health. They also visited friends at other places, and 'Ethel spent a day at the world's fair. They got home last Thursday. Halloween Party is Given— , Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Skilling, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hertig entertained at a Halloween party this week Monday night. Among guests costumed and masked were Messrs, and Mesdames Edw. Wilkins, Peter Waldron, Leslie Samp, Charles Harvey, Russell Maxwell, Swanson, Henry Johnson, Alvin Weber, 0. L. Miller,- Robert Carney, and R. O. BJustrom, also Ruth Stewart, Minnie Scheppman, Audrey Fxye, and James Skilling. The .guests were met at the Legion hall with a hay rack and were taken to the Elliot Skilling basement, where they had a ghost walk. Later they were taken to the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call state park, where the rest of the evening was spent Red Cross Appeals for Members "T«HE 1933 poster of the American' * Red Cross, distributed nationwide, Is an appeal for an enlarged membership. Resources were never more vitally needed than in this fourth year of economic distress. Memberships, which cost one dollar or more, are used to support the unemployment relief work of chapters and national organization; nationwide disaster relief work; health work In hundreds of communities, with special reference to preserving the health of mothers and children; safety work through teaching first aid and life saving; welfare work through six million school children who are members of the Junior Red Cross; and one of the most important tasks ever ,to face the Red Cross—keeping up the morale of veterans of our wars, and handling their problems of compensation payments, arising from changes In governmental regulations. One hundred twenty disasters engaged the financial and personnel forces of the Red Cross during the past year. More than a million dollars was Spent In relief of families who lost their all in hurricanes, storms, fires, earthquake and other frightful calamities. President Roosevelt has eald: "I can be counted on to foster and aid in every way in my power the great work your organization (The Red Cross) must carry on." Can any citizen of the nation fall to do likewise? ; . Join as a member of your local chapter during the roll call. roe MoLaurin, and the latter's two sons left last Thursday evening for their homes at Piney Woods, Miss. They had been guests of Mrs. McLaurin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Boldridge. Elnora, • youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boldridge, is a student at Piney Woods and is now with one of the school's many a capella choirs which travel in various parts of the United States. Bakers Have Moved— recent letter from Mrs. Jesse Baker says her family has moved j h ? d a masquerade party at from Shelton, on the Washington c "y Hall. Wednesday they School at Lu Verne Plans Celebration Lu Verne Oct. 31 —The Girl Scouts are celebrating Girl Scout week. Sunday, morning 17 members, with their leaders, Norma Partridge and Ruth Smith attended the Presbyterian church. They gave the Flag Salute, their pledge, slogan, motto, and laws, and led the singing of the Star-Spangled Banner. On. Monday night they the will TPSr Of thp PVOTlintr \VQO enanf at AI l/111 -Ol.lCll.UIl, U1I (,1IC W aSlIlil^LUIL •> -" " - — •'««—•*,, «,*»vv i»*** dancing musk^ beineburnished bv' coast - to Selah, Wash., in the We-! take orders for cookies to be de- ud,nLing, music oemg lurnisnea Dy ___ n ' ... mv .' „_,._' ...T__ hverwi SntnrHnv TTviHo^ r.;~v,t George Ann Geigel and Maxine Larson. The Shelter House was vas valley. The Bakers, who operated a dairy farm near Shelton, •*-•**•• wv*4« A i*v, *jiio* Lit J. AAVJiaOC » CIO , nn •» decorated in orange and black crepe' now have an 8 °- acre ^ arra wlth paper, Jack o'Lantems, and corn stalks. Lunch was served in Halloween style. Irrington P. T. A. is Organized— A large number of parents and (families heard a program at the schoolhouse Friday evening. Twelve pupils gave recitations, having been chosen as best by three acres under cultivation. They are planning to go in for hog raising and buying and selling cattle. They enjoy the sunshine in Wevas valley, after the rainy weather on the coast. Devine School Has Program— A program was given at the Devine schoolhouse Friday evening, normal training girls in expression 1 condu cted by Laura Hilbert, teach- 1 er. A program was given by the ! pupils, with several extra numbers. posture, clear speaking, etc. Two I rhythm bands composed of "-' » ™rf •.***" WMi*fc»k) ^ VJ*1£JUOGU \Jt. 1>I1C ' T, , J -n f, • . , -. younger and older pupils entertain-, M , ary and ^ ern <* ls , ch sang two du- ed with several numbers. After the f^ s ™ d lga . ve Aa , Kdla '* g ' A j t " 1 - n ,? at fViQ Alfaf" A1KaT>fl\Q QYirt THr-illiaVM program a business meeting was held, with Mrs. 'Armour Lemkee as chairman, and officers for a P. T. A. were elected: president, Mrs. Lemkee; vice, Mrs. O. L. Miller; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Robert :Skilling. Mrs. appointed Pauline Black, Mrs. O. L. Miller, and Mrs. K. P. Roney program committee for November. Plans for making band suits were laid. Following the business meeting games were played, and a fortune-telling booth afforded amusement. Refreshments ,were served by a group of girls in Halloween colors. .Child Has Head Abscess— Pauline, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sankey, recently underwent an operation for an abscess on the head at the Kossuth hospital. This week Monday she was reported resting well. Two weeks ago she suffered a slight wound in the head from a nail, and when the wound became infected she was taken to the hospital. The attending physician believed that an internal abscess had been developing for several months, for part of the bone had started to decay. He said the nail wound had nothing to do with the abscess. loris Crawford Driving Truck— 'Friends in this vicinity and at Algona will be interested to know that Loris Crawford, Minneapolis, recently purchased a huge truck and means to do trucking. So far he has made trips to Minot, N. D., Indianapolis, Ladysmjth, Wis., and Chicago. At present he is on the way to New York City. The Crawfords live on a chicken ranch near Minneapolis, but are now out of the chicken business for the winter. Mrs. Crawford is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, near Algona. Frank Thornton Has Accident— Frank Thornton recently suffered a painful accident while he was husking corn with a picker near Emmetsburg. He had been driving a wagon and was standing near the elevator on the picker, his employer beside him. A piece from the upper part of the elevator fell and struck Mr. Thornton on the head, then wounded one of his hands. An artificial eye which Mr. Thornton had worn since an auto accident here a few years ago was jolted out and broken. the Altar." Albertha and William Boldridge gave a dialog, and William sang two solos. Twenty cents was charged at the door, and freshments were served free. re- livered Saturday. Friday night they will give a rally at the Methodist church, and the iRev. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, will show his world's fair movies. Mrs. Charles Gould Dies— Mrs. Albert Butterfield, son Ben, and Mrs. Ben ,Gould and her son Albert started for the Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Charles Gould, who recently died of heart trouble. They planned to be away a week. Edith Curran is staying at the TButterlfield home in their absence. i Leo Lincoln is Married— Word recently reached here of the marriage of Leo Lincoln, Waterloo. Leo is the son of Thomas Lincoln, employed near here, and he used to spend much of his time with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Riley. 'His mother, formerly Charity Riley, is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Riley. F. B. Women to Meet- There will be an all-day meeting of the woman's Farm Bureau this" week Friday at Mrs. A. J. Keen's, east of Algona. This will be the first meeting this fall, and Mrs. Leaverton will <be there to give Lesson No. 1 on House Cleaning Up to Date. Organization plans will be completed. corn and burned a large strawstack on the Frank Kulow farm last week Wednesday, lit was started accidentally by a match. Other Irving ton. Mrs. Charles Cox, who had been at "William Rutledge's, helping care for her mother, returned to her home near Austin, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Del Barker, another daughter, of Walworth, Minn., is now caring for .the mother. Mrs. Rutledge is reported about the same. 'Ruby Koepke is spending a few days with relatives at Burt and Bancroft. The Howard Schores have recently been guests at Warden Schore's, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole visited Sunday at Eldora and Ackley. Bert Ramus, who recently spent a few days with his grandmother, Mrs. Charles Sankey, is again hauling gravel near Knoxville. He hitchhiked from Irvington to Knoxville, and only walked three miles. Paul Hudson accompanied Edw. Holecek, Algona, to Des Moines one day last Week, and looked in on the walkathon in progress there. He reported only four couples left on the floor. The Aid met last Thursday at the church, and 26 persons were entertained at a chicken supper served by hostesses, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and Mrs. A. Butterfield. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Willet, Des Moines, were Sunday afternoon callers at M. 'L. Roney's. Mrs. Willett is a sister of Mr. Roney. [! South Cre»co Visitors Go Home— Link Singleton, Mrs. Mon- I'lurk Family Has Reunion— A Clark reunion was recently held at George Johnson's, and the event also celebrated Mr. and Mrs. Johnson's 20th wedding anniversary. Guests from this vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, the Robert Skillings, Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, and the Ben Potters, Algona. Farm Hand Has Bloodpoisoning— Paul Weiner, employed at 'Frank Kulow's, is suffering from blood- poisoning in his left arm. A few weeks ago he had the same thing in his right arm. It is believed that the poisoning started from an infection caused by a leather wristband. Deiblers Wedded 5 Years—• Mrs. Charles Egel entertained at a family luncheon Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeMer, who were celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Deibler is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Egel. Field of Corn Burned- Fire swept a number of acres of Doris Remster and Lyle Runchey, Morningside, came Sunday, and with the Fernley and William Run- cheys and were guests at noon of Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield. Others there were" the John Ulfers family, Fenton, and the Charles Morris and J. Bernds families, Manson. In the evening the Runcheys, with baskets of food, took Mrs. Mary Runchuy, Algona, by surprise in honor of her 75th birthday which was Saturday. Doris and Lyle went back to school Sunday night. Delpha. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud, on the O'Rourke farm, gave a Halloween dance this week Tusday evening at her home. Messrs, and Mesdames Homer Miilan, Cylinder, and Floyd Milan Curlew, were guests Sunday at Mrs. Mary Runchey's, Algona. ' H. R. Brown Denver, now at Mrs Brown's mother Mrs. R, J. Hutchison's, had an operation Saturday at the Kossuth hospital and is doing well. Ruth Mattlin, Algona, spent most of last week at Earl Crouch's on the Simon Henry farm. The M. & D. club meets next week Wednesday with Mrs. M, L. Dutton. Mrs. O. S, Moore- is to tell interest' ing things she saw at the. world's fair. I whose sole stockholders were L. M. Christensen, of Estherville, Iowa, and P. J. Ohristcnaen, of Algona, Iowa. The total amount of capital stock authorized is $40,000.00 which is tc paid property at values approved by the Executive Council of Iowa. The corporation is authorized to commence . , , t business when $30,000.00 in capitir' Ledyard, Oct. 31—The Junior, has been paid in. The period JUN A' P LEI LAY YARD IS SUCCESS and Paul N. Loomls ort Trl- Jolnt D. D. No. 93-IOM31, Kar,C«ck, Humboldt, and Kosfcith counties, Iowa .disclose that .No. 100 of lh«> Tri* Joint D. D. Humboldt county, Idtva, Is indebted to No, 131 of the Trl-Jo nt >ck authorized is $40,000.00 Which g 1Duc Kossuth county. Iowa, to the to be issued as needed for cash amount of $4067.27, and Is Indebted to id in from time to time, of for No. 93 of Trl-Jolnt Jx p. Hancock ^ Q ,t v of „«!!!<« annfrtvPrt hv the county, Iowa, to the amount of $425.47, play, "The Mystery of the 'Thrid Gable," Friday night was well' at- tiended and successful. Elaine Blome was business manager, .Albert Goetz and Harold Joos, stage this corporation shall begin on the date the Secretary of State issues a certificate of incorporation' and Shall continue for twenty years unless sooner terminated as by law managers, and Ida Baumann and'P r °vided. Esther Junkewneier, property man-l The aitfairs of the corporation mixed son and piano duet, agers. For special numbers the'are to be conducted by a Board of ' ' chorus sang, Alvira Halvor-^wo or more Directors-and Officers d Henrietta O'Keefe played a! w "° are to be named at the annual , duet, Kenneth Thompson' election in January of each year. sang a tenor solo, James Logan a' The private property of the stock- baritone solo, James Logan, Ken-'holders shall be exempt from cor- neth Thompson, and Tilmer Hal-' porate liability except to the extent vorson played a brass trio, and the \ and >n the manner provided by the same trio and Alvin Bepping play- " ed a quartet. Seniors Hare Pictures Taken— . The Seniors went to the Way Studio, Algona, last week Tuesday to have their 'pictures taken. V. A. Barrett' accompanied them. In the afternoon they attended the theater. The Seniors this year are: Aleitha Brack, James Logan, Tilmer Halvorson, Alvin Depping, Kenneth Thompson, Alice Loge, Freda Schadendorf, Malinda Ooetz, Adah and Idah Telkamip, Roland Smith, Lillian Sanders, Anna Jones, and Esther Green. laws of the State of Iowa. CHiBISTBNSEN BROTHERS COMPANY. By P. J. Ohristensen, S-.ll Secretary. Aid Members to B. C. — Members of the local M. E. Aid were guests of the Buffalo Center Aid Thursday, and the following attended: the Mesdames Mayer, Thompson, Burrows, Link, Moulton, Barrett, Yahnke, and Howard Mayne. A good program was given and lunch was served. The Aid meets Thursday with Mrs. F. O. Johnson at Lakota. Local B. B. Tourney Planned The -fourth annual inter jasketball tournament will "be held Thursday ana* Friday evenings. The [uniors won the first two tournaments and the freshmen won last year's^ Leon Worden Loses Sister — iLeon Worden received word last week of the death of his sister, Marian, in Washington. Other Lcdvard News. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett attended the Schoolmasters club aieet- ng at Algous last week Monday. The Algona normal training girls served a ffrS'CF dinner, and following ;his the men held their meeting while the' women toured the new building. Mr. and Mrs. iFrank Pall, of Des Moines, spent tost week at the Conrad Gabte home. Mr. and Mrs. Pall have been; traveling through Minnesota, Wisconsin, looking at and, but decided! in fayor of Iowa and, and while here they purchased the Ernest 'Farrell farm. A. E. Lauritzen, V. A. Barrett, and .five sophomores, Leonard Warner, Howard Dyer, Arvid Brand, Jack Moulton, and Armin Schultz, went to Bancroft SUralay morning ,o see John Estle,. wtto was critically ill with blood' poisoning. He died that night. Harold Granner, GeneYieve Kitey, (Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. William Gtorxjr, Wilson 'Brack, and 'Elmer' Zielske blended the Iowa-Minnesota football ;ame at Minneapolis 'Saturday. Clifford Jenks got hom« ;Saturday after a week at the Harvey hiome in Hinneapolis. Mr; and' Mrs. Harry Harvey brought him and visited at ;he Blanche Jenks: Home Sunday. The M. K. SperrySi.ffi&onrii'Htewitt, Sthel 'Lindsay, and' Dorothy Camiler, Renwick, spentt Sunday at the D. A. Carpenter and ID. K Mayer homes. Hubert Ostermanni . stopped! here Saturday en route- front NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, 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 judgment rendered in said Court on the IStto day of October, 1933, in favor of H. R. Cowan, as plaintiff, and against the South Twenty-two feet of the North forty-six feet of Lot five (5) in Block Twenty-eight (28) of the original plat of Algona, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Three Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-four and 69/100 ($3454.69) Dollars and costs, taxed at Eighty-eight and 79/100 (?88.79) Dollars and accruing costs, I Jjave levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Le_wis Eike and Carrie Eike • to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The South Twenty-two feet of the North Forin the original plat of Algona, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or sa 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 17thdayofNovember,1933, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this I'TSB: (Jay of October, 1933 CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa. ' By Casey Loss, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Plaintiff's AtttmHsy... 8-9 ty-six feet of Lot Five (5) .Block Twenty-eight (28) of NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kbssuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 27th day of September, 1933, in favor of The Prudential Insurance Company of America, a Corporation, as plaintiff, and against Heemt. EhU'en and to Winnebago to visitt relatives over .he week-end. •Dale Estle, wh'oi lias <been> work- ng at Wells, Minn;,, camw home Saturday due to His- nuothier John's "llness. Alice Dunham' was; ill 1 'Monday and unable to attend! setiaoL Mrs. V. A. Barrett substituted! for her. The Co-operative creamery bnild- ng has a new cement ifilaaar, and ;he interior has-, b'aem repainted. 'Elvin Carpenter- went to Cedar ilapids Friday to> attend! limnecom- "ng festivities of: <Jo® eofflege. Mrs. Blanche JTenits and 1 Clifford were Sunday dinner- guests at the Edward Reece; numfiv.. Mrs. 'Edward HalYorsoa and Mrs. Peter Johnson, Bancroft, spent Fri day at Blue Earth. Mrs. J. C-TButeribBOer, firitt, visited her daughter Juanita, here Saturday. A 9%-lbi boy was .born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd' Jorgjensan, one day last week. Etta Ennen, as defendants for the sum of Twelve Thousand 1 Fl^re Hundred Twenty-seven and! 65/100 ($12,527.65) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred 'Eighty-eight and 83/100 ('$188.83) Dbllkrs and accruing costs, I have levied! upon the following described real! property as the property of-the said Heemt Ennen, Etta Ennen, Kussuth; county, Iowa, Henry Ennen, Alice Ennen, George Ennen,. to satsify said execution, to-wit:: The BTairt&aast Quarter • (NE>/4 of ' the Northeast Quarter CNE%) pf r Section, fourteen (14) except west-, of: dredge ditch eighty (80), thq • N&rtneast Quarter (NE^) of the Northwest Quarter (NWJ4), the Northwest Quarter ) of the Northeast Quarter , the west, half <tf tlte Northwest Quarter (W% off 5fW%) of Section thirteeni (ffS 1 )',. erceut para of the Southwesta Quainter (SW$4) of the Northwest' Quarter (NW%), West of dredge- ditch; Eighty (SO), all in Township! Hihety-nine North Range Twenty-eig<ht (2S) West of ;he _Fifth Prihuipa-l! Meridian «ao- taining One Hundred Eighty-nine (189) acres, according to Gorern- ment survey;- and' r will! proceed! to sell said property.;. OT- sa much ;Uereof as may be; necessary to sat- sfy said execution, with costs and auction to LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. S7SO. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, November To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Lizzie Guderian, deceased, dated Oetaber 18, 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 27th day of November, 1933, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said county, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and -show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. 'Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 27, 1933. E. f. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy Van Ness & Stillman, Attorneys. 8-10 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given of the formation of a corporation known as Christenson Brothers Company with principal office at Algona. Iowa, to take over and operate the business formerly conducted by a corporation of the same name accruing coateaifc < *~f *- ( ••»*-• jjp—— »* —muui> r \.\f :ne highest bidder, for cash in hand, on tte 22ndi Aty- of Norember, L933, at tfte' easfe dgor of the Court House in Algona,. iii Kossuth county, Iowa, at tfte hour of 10 o'clock a. m., off said: d!ajr k when and where due attendance will be given by the undersijgfied'.. Dated' thfe 2ftrd! day of October, 1933.. ' 1 C&KL, DAHLHAUSER Sheriff of Kossutti County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Van Ness & stfUman. Plaintiff's Attorneys. 7-8 Be It Resslved, That tho Auditor of Humboldt county, Iowa, draw a warrant against the funds,of Bald Trl- Joint D. D. the sum of 1160.00 to Man- cock countyr. Iowa, for the use ana benefit'of said D. D., and that Sala Auditor be directed to draw warrant to Kossuth county, lowai In the sum of 14067.27; and to Hancock county, Iowa, for the sum of $275.47 when funds are available • In iHumboldt county, Iowa, to the credit of said D. D. to pay same. On motion made and duly seconded the Joint iBoards of Supervisors adopted the above resolution this 18th day of October, 1938, A. D. There belns no further business the Joint Boards adjourned to call of the Auditors. Carried. FRED 0XL.EY, Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. October 18, 1933 Joint Han.-K. Auditor's Office, Algona,' Iowa, , ' October 18, 1933. 2:15 p. m. Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock county and Kossuth county met In Joint Session at the Court House to account Joint D. D. No. 6-110 pursuant to the call of the auditors. Joint Boards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxley Supervisor . of Hancock county, Chairman, and E. J. Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth county, secretary. Carried. Minutes of the previous joint session were read and on motion made and duly seconded were approved. Carried. On motion made and duly seconded the Joint Boards of Supervisors approved the report of Paul N. Loomls. Carried. RESOLUTION. 'Be It Resolved, That the sum of $110.00 be transferred by the Auditor of Hancock County against the funds of Joint D..D. No. 6-110 of Hancock county to the Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, for the benefit of Joint D. D. No. 6-110 to equalize balances In both counties. On motion made and duly seconded the Joint (Boards of Supervisors adopted the above resolution this 18th ay of October, 1933 A. D. Carried. There being no further business the Joint Boards adjourned to the Call of the Auditors. Carried. FRED OXX.EY, Chairman. D. J. -BUTLER. Secretary. October 18, 1933 Joint Han.-K. Auditor's Office, -Algona, Iowa. October IS, 1933. 2 o'clock p. m. Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock county and Kossuth county met In Joint session to account Joint D. D. No. 5-S7 pursuant to the Call of the Auditors. Joint Boards of .Supervisors organized by electing Oxley, Supervisor of Hancock county, Chairman, and E. J. Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth county, secretary. Carried. Minutes of last previous Joint session were read and on motion made and duly seconded were approved, carried. On motion made and duly seconded tho Joint 'Boards of Supervisors approved the report of Paul N. Loomls. Carried. RESOLUTION 'Be It (Resolved, That the County Treasurer of Hancock county, Iowa, b a authorized to pay to the County Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, the sum of $1,000.00 on the funds of Joint D. D. No. 5-87 to be credited to the funds of said Joint D. D. No. 5-87 in Kosauth county to equalize balances between the Treasurer's office In said counties In said Joint District. Said warrant to be drawn when sufficient funds are available In Hancock county, Iowa. On motion made and duly seconded the above resolution was adopted by the Joint Boards of Supervisors this' 18th day of October, 1933 A. D Carried. There being no further, business on motion made and duly seconded the Joint Boards adjourned to the Call of the Auditors. Carried. E. J. BUTLBR, Secretary. OXUEJY, Chairman. October 18, 1933 Joint Han.-K. Auditor's Office, Aigona, Iowa •October 18, 1933, 2:30 p m Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock and Kossuth counties met In Jomt Session at the Court House to account Joint D. D. No. 7-130 pursuant to the Call of the Auditors. Joint Boards af Supervisors organized by electing Oxley, Supervisor of Hancoek county, chairman, and E J Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth county, iSc'cretary. Carried. Minutes at tint previous Joint session wer*. read and on motion made and duly seconded were approved. Carried. On motion made and duly seconded the Joint Boards of Supervisors approved the report at Paul N. .Loomls. c&ccied*. There naijia no further business the Joint Boards adjourned to Call of the Auditors. Can-led. FRED OXLEY, » T TUTTTTTSD o • Chairman. t- J. HLrriLiEJR, Secretary. Octoberls, 1933 Joint Han.-K. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, October is, 1933, 1:30 p m co^a^sUh S c U o P u e n?i^e? f to" £ thTca^f the Auditor^ PUrSUaiU l ° lz irt'll' B J?* r Hl °^ s , u Pervlsors organ, w rea» *J " 1>revlous Joint session rt,!u* read . a " d °n motion made and duly seconded were approved. Carried On motion made and duly seconded report ,.,. RESOL/UTION Nn r«T' ^ "Wears that warrant US' for «??<"* dttte of September 13. -" "•"'" " October 18, 1933 Joint Han.-Hum.-K. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa October IS, 1933. 10:30 a. m Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock, Humboldt. and Kossuth counties met at the Court House to account Trl-Jolnt D. (D. No. 93-100-131 pursuant to call of the Auditors with following members present: Kossuth county: Balgeman, 'Punnemark, McDonald, and Morris. Absent: Helken Hancock county: Present, Klppling' Oxley. and Schoun. Humboldt county: Present, Olson Sawyer, Saverude and Underbere Abl sent: Weir. Tri-Jolnt Boards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxley, Supervisor Hancock county, fltowa, Chairman, and E. J. Butler, County Auditor Kossuth county, Secretary. «~uiu Carried. Minutes of previous Trl-Jolnt session were read and on motion made and duly second were approved, . Carried. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Saverud* that the Joint Boards of Supervisors of Hancock, Humboldt and Kossuth countlea accept the re" port of Russell George on Trl-Jolnt D D. No. 93-100-131 dated January 1 19^' and also accept the report as submitted by Paul N. foomla on Trl.j?lnt Hi» D - No - 93-lW-lSl elated October 18, 1933, as approved. Carried. Wbereajj, the reports of Busseu . . PRED OXLB'Y, E. J. BUTLER, Secretary 01 " 111 " 1 " 811 ' October 18, 1933 Joint Han.-K. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa call of the auaitora e rled. session and Car- RESOLUTION 1919 ftMei«n«nt* In the iuM of »1289.2i "on lands lif* Hancock county Included Ih said district, and, Whereas, There Is the following 1 Indebtedness .of the district which Should .be• paid! Warrants outstanding ; $ 809.63 Interest estimated .i...^...... -61.00 Due Se6. Road Maintenance— . Hancock Co., Iowa _.;_. 178.39 Overdraft Kossuth Co. . .^ 22.18 : „ to D. D. No. 24, Hancock County ... ^.._._. .... 58.49 Total ...j....;.!.. ____$ 924.66 ;Be It Resolved,. That there be levied against all the lands, tracts, parcels and highways In (Hancock county, Iowa, the amount of .9 per cent of .the original assessment, same to be collected with tho regular taxes of 1933 as provided by law. Be It Further Resolved, That the Auditor of Hancock county be directed to transfer to thq County Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, for tho benefit of said joint district the proportionate share of such funds when collected, and pay Secondary Road Maintenance fund of Hancock county the sum of $176.36 and pay to D. D. No 24 of Hancock, Iowa, the sum of $56.49. 1 On motion made and duly seconded the Joint (Boards adopted tho above resolution this 18th day of October 1933 A. D. , • Carried. There being no further business tho Joint 'Boards adjourned to tho Call of the Auditors. Carried. FRED OXLEY, „ T m ^, mT ^^ „ ' Chairman. E. J. IBIUTL13R, Secretary. October 18, 1933 Joint Han.-K. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa, October 18, 1933. Board of Supervisors of Hancock and Kosauth counties met In Joint Session at the Court House pursuant to the Call of the Auditors. Members present: iKossuth County— Balgeman, Funnemark, McDonald, and Morris. Absent: Helken. Members present: Hancock •county— Oxley, Klppling and Schoun. Joint Boards of Supervisors organized by electing Oxley Supervisor, Chairman, and E. J. Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth county, Secretary of meeting. Carried. Minutes of previous meeting of Joint Session were read and motion made and duly, seconded, approved as read. Carried. RESOLUTION 'Whereas, It appears'that there is a deficit occurring in the funds of D. D. No. 2-36 In Hancock county on account of the failure of the County Treasurer of Hancock county to collect levies made against the lands In , Hancock county to tho amount of $641.01 result- Ing In a loss to said district, and, Whereas, There are outstanding, unpaid' warrants issued, on. the-.funds of said district In the sum of $334.97 and an overdraft apalnst the funds of said district of $49.23 and estimated interest of $45.00, and, WHEREAS, a warrant has heretofore been Issued by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county acting on behalf of D. D. No, 2 of said Joint drain, for the use and benefit of No. 36 of said joint drain, Bald warrant being dated July 1, 1930, in the sum of $175.00, Now Therefore, Be It Resolved by the Joint Boards of Supervisors of Kossuth and Hancock county, Iowa, acting on behalf of D. (D. No. 2-36 that the warrant above described be and same Is hereby cancelled and tho Auditor of Hancock county, Iowa, be and he is hereby directed to return the same to the Auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, and said auditors are Instructed to cancel same. Be It Further Resolved, That there shall be levied against all the lands, tracts; 'parcels and highways Included In said: joint district In Hancock county, Iowa, a 1 'per cent assessment ana that there 'be levied against all the' lands, tracts, parcels and highways in Kossuth county, Iowa, a 1.8 per cent assessment all to be levied by the auditors of each respective county and collected with the regular taxes of 1933 as provided by law. 'Be It Further (Resolved, that the levies above made shall when collected equalize the assessment, heretofore, made by the (Board of Supervisors of Hancock county having heretofore levied an assessment of 3.6 per cent on the lands in-Hancock-county included in joint district, in excess of levies made by Kossuth county Board of Supervisors on behalf of said district. Be It .Further 'Resolved, That the respective auditors be directed -to transfer the funds derived from the levies herein made as follows: To .Hancock county, Iowa, 48.6C per cent and to- Kossuth county, Iowa, 51.34 per cent for the care and benefit of said Joint Drainage District No. 2-36. On motion made and duly seconded the above resolution was adopted as read this 18th day of Oct. 1933 A D Carried. On motion made and duly seconded the Joint Boards of Supervisors approved and accepted Paul-N.-Loomls's report of Joint D. D. No. 2-36. Carried. There being no further business the Joint Boards adjourned to the Call of the Auditors. FRED OXLECY, _. ,. Chairman. E. J. BUTLER, Secretary. October 18, 1933 Auditor's Office, October 18, 1933. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with following members present: Balgeman, Funnemark, McDonald, and Morris. Absent: Helken. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Funnemark that Isabella M. Hauser be allowed to pay up all the principal taxes on the personal-property of Nels Mitchell without penalty to the amount of $81.85 as per affidavit of record. Ayes': 'All. Motion by McDonald and -seconded by iBlalgeman that annual reports for year 1932 of the following Justices of the Peace, Danson, Algona; Sheridan, Bancroft; Davlson. Burt; Marquis, Ledyard; and Behrmann, Greenwood twp.; and also the annual report for 1932 of following mayors: Devine, Bancroft; and Roba, Lakota, be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Funnemark that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION Whereas, there is now in the hands of the Treasurer the sum of $62,000.00 credited to the Road Construction fund, and, Whereas, There is now In the hands of the Treasurer the sum of $.0 (none) credited to the Co. Bridge Bond fund, and, .^Vh ereas ' Tt '» desired to transfer $10,000.00 from tho 'Road Construction fund to the county Bridge Bond Fund ror the following reasons: waving bonds outstanding and interest due during the month of Cecmber and taxes collectible Insufficient to take care of the amount due at this Ume, and. WiHE-RBAS, proper arrangements have been made for the return of this money, same to be returned within one " e ar from date of transfer, and, WHEREAS, There la sufficient money In the 'Road Construction fund to meet all demands thereon, until said money can be returned, and, Whereas, all laws relating to municipalities have been complied with, ,. Now Therefore, Bks It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, subject to the approval of the Director of the Budget, that said sum of $10,000.00 be. and the same is hereby ordered transferred from the Road Construction fund to the County Bridge Bond Fund and the bounty Auditor is directed to correct his books accordingly and to notify the Treasurer of this transfer, accompanying the notification with a copy of tnis/reso* lution and the record of Its adoption. Ayes: All. v D Adopted this 18th day of October, A. . Mo * l( ?n by Funneroark and seconded by Balgeman \hat County Treasurer *e Instructed to make transfer from Construction Fund to »r. No. 8* the .amount of $386.68 necessary to pay assessment of benefits of Dr. (No. 84 in public highways In *>lum Creels, Wesley, and Prairie township. Ayes: All On motion Board adJour»ed to -' 0 clock a. m, November 7. '""• 10 $50 to You can suit income. vlce ^t you sta lo Street %n, DIRECT! 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