Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE SIX 666 liquid Tablet*, Salve, HOB* Drop* Cheek* Cold., first day, tttwdeiiM ft* Ifenmlgift in 80 minutes. Malaria in % days. rlHE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. CHILD'S SORETHROAT or coush. Act quickly—don't let It develop Into a more serious ailment. GiveThoxine— It's safe and they like it. Not a gargle. Money. oa<* Ruarantee at all drug stores—35c. THOXINE SOLDBYE.W, LUSBYDRU6CO, HIDES CdtlWY AflVAKCB. AIXHMU* IOWA AND FUR Full market price paid for hides and fur. Closed season on muskrats. Joe Greenberg LAKOTANSHOLD HARVEST HOME UNION SERVICE Lakota, Nov. 28—A harvest home union service was held at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, with a full house. The following program was given, J. H. Holcomb, president of the Ledyard township (Farm Bureau, chairman: music by church Orchestra; 'scripture reading and prayer, the Rev. F. . O. Johnson; song, quartet, the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson, Hulvia Landau, and Ralph Olson; duet, Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb; County Agent Morrison introduced Judge Quarton, who gave the address, using as his subject, Am I My Brother's Keeper? Norma Heetland and Catherine Berschman sang, and Mr. Holcomb gave a short talk. The ushers were 4-H girls in their Uniforms. Methodist Supper Clears $11 A Methodist chicken supper and bazaar last week Tuesday at the church was a success socially and Four Letts Creekers Have Birthdays on the Same Day financially. Mussman and Mesdames H. D. James Bruer had GREEN LANTERN NIGHTCLUB DINE and DANCE THANKSGIVING NIGHT Good Music and Good Time For All FRANK VERA Proprietor charge of an apron and fancy work booth; Mesdames Buokels and Altizer, pantry and candy booth; Mesdames >Coonie Roelfsema and Irviu Altizer, 5 and lOc booth. Mrs. F. O. Johnson sold tickets, and other members had charge of kitchen and dining cleared $44. room. The women Muhlemnn Shows Fair Movies— >Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, held the first quarterly conference at Ledyard Friday afternoon, and at Lakota that evening. A family supper was served at the local church to SO persons, and at Linens Clean immaculately laundered linens piled tier upon tier gives •MRS. HOUSEKEEPER that feeling of preparedness for all events. Particular care is given fine linens. They are gently washed in ..soft water with pure soap. Experienced workers handle them, ironing them smoothly tHem evenly. and folding •Don't hesitate. Send them separate — for special care — with your next laundry bundle. We wash every day. KIRSCH LAUNDRY Phone 267. Daily Service o'clock Mr. Muhleman showed moving pictures he took at the world's fair, also some taken at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Muhleman .accompanied him, and they and the iRev. and Mrs. Johnson were dinner guests at J. H. Warburton's. Pastor Speaks on y. R. A., Etc.— At the Methodist church Sunday morning the ,Rev. F. O. Johnson, pastor, spoke on the N. >R. A. and the A. A. A., and used as his text, Bear ye one another's burdens. Henry Mitchell and three children were 'baptized; also the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith. Mr. Mitchell joined the church, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman joined last week Sunday. Seniors Give Class Play— The senior class play, The Arrival of Kitty, was presented last Thursday night before a full house. i_ E ' Hamquist was coach. The school orchestra and the girls' glee club, directed by Mrs. Elaine Johnson, furnished music. The door receipts amounted to $45. Hunters Get No Birds— The Rev. Paul Parker, of Fort Bodge, and three friends came Saturday for the pheasant hunting with j. H. War-burton, but the birds were scarce and wild, and the visitors had to go home without a bird The high wind also proved a handicap. Buttermaker Accident Yictim— While he was handling butter tubs at the local creamery early last week, Clyde Thaves, assistant buttermaker, fell and injured one of his knees. He was unable to work the rest of the week, and his brother Victor took his place. 4-H Girls Plan Guest Day— The Ledyard township 4-JH girl met with Ruth Berschman Satur day, November 18, seven member attending, and plans were laid fo the club's annual guest day. Emma Gutknecht is leader. Durward Trenary 17; Party— A surprise party was given fo Durward Trenary at his home Mon day night in honor of his 17th birthday. High school students anc the faculty were guests. Crasli Victim About Again— Ubbe .Dreesman, who was injur ed in a car accident a few week Lotts Creek, Nov. 28—The Herbert Potratzes were Sunday guests of the Henry SchultzeSi In the evening a large group came to hel] celebrate - the four birthdays in the Schultz family—Mrs. Henry Schultz, 67, her son George, 35, an! her twin daughters, Eltta and Mrs Herbert Potratz, 23. Those present were the Win. Meyers, Herman Meyers, Arthur Heidenwiths, Herman Voights, George Maahses, Albert Meyers, Henry Kueckers and Erwin Kueckers, all of Whittemore The men played 'cards, and the women visited. At midnight lunch was served, including a birthday cake having 67 candles. German Services Thursday- German services will be held this Thursday morning at 10 o'clock A special Thanksgiving collection for the board of support will be taken. The local Y. p. s. will meet Friday at 8 p. m. at the Lutheran school with Hilda and Malinda Kading. Ewald Kohlwes and August Meyer m charge. English services will be held next Sunday at the Lutheran church celebrating Holy Communion. Attend Funeral in N. ».— The Ernest Wolters, August Wolter and Mrs. Frank Tietz, Algona, returned Friday from Winebier, N p., where they had attended the funeral of Herman Wolter. They also visited Mrs. Tietz's brothers, Herman and Louie Mindeman, and two sisters, Mrs. Charlie Zindorn and Mrs. Gust Wittkopf. Help Observe Anniversary— Thr Adolf Perils and August Pijahns spent a week ago Sunday m Whittemore helping Mr. and Mrs. E /^ e ftl celebrate their 50th wed- and the ding anniversary. Mr. (Pertl Mrs. Pijahn are children of elder Perils. Truck Poultry^ to Chicgao— Nick Gengler and Herman Zumach, Whittemore, returned last Wednesday evening from Chicago where they took a truckload of poultry. Mr. Gengler and Mr. Zumach have made several of these trips this summer and fall. Quilting- Bee iMjiven— A quilting 'bee was held last Thursday at Mrs. John Kohlwes's. Present were Mrs. Herman and Mrs. Noah Reisner, Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mrs. .Richard Potratz, Mrs Martin Meyer, Mrs. Eddie Kressin,' Mrs. Edward Kucker. Woman Suffers Hemorrhage- Mrs. Louis Hackbarth was taken ill quite suddenly Wednesday afternoon, suffering a hemorrhage. Mrs. >FYed <Dau and Mrs. John Meihe helped^ care for her till Thursday, and Edna Bruhn is now there. Elected to legion Office— The West Bend Legion post held its annual election a week ago Monday. Arnold Meine was named to the executive committee. The post includes boys from this vicinity, Whittemore, and West Bend. Other Lotts Creek. Mrs. Jack Rifen and son, Brainerd, Minn., visited at Adolph Peril's and August Pijahn's last week. Mrs. Rifen is a sister of Mr. Pertl. Mrs. August Pijahn, and came for the golden wedding celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Pertl, of Whittemore, a week ago Sunday. Mrs. iRifen was formerly Caroline Pertl. William Ristau, <Lu Verne, and the Ernest Thiels were Saturday guests at Richard Potratz's. The men, with George Schultz and Erwin Kucker, of Whittemore, and two men from Ames, hunted pheas- JUNIO DEC A RHIGH AM HELD LEDYARD ants. Mr. and Mrs. Light and two .. _, daughters and their son and his family, all o £ Fort .Dodge, were Sunday visitors at Martin Meyer's. The Lights are parents of Mrs. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ricks, of Lytton, and daughter Bonnie, and Mrs. Rick's brother, Henry Kruss- hopf, visited Saturday at Noah Reisner's. The men hunted pheasants. (Noah Reisner attended a .budget neeting at (Fenton Thursday even- ng. Mrs. Reisner and Catherine visited the Voettlers at Fenton the ame evening. The Richard and Albert Potratz amilwjs were Sunday guests at Ed- The A ' lbert of Whittemore, were also guests. Hilda and Blma Potratz and Francis Schwinderman, of Fort Dodge, were a week ago Sunday visitors at Albert Potratz's The Erwin Heidenwith family, of Lone Rock, visited (Friday with the former's/ mother, Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith, at Wm. Leisener's. Elsie Koblwes spent Thursday with Mrs. Everett Dreyer a t Fenton, and attended a bridge party. Mrs. Emil Laabs and the Rev. E. iFiene were visitors at the Lutheran school iFriday afternoon. The (Ernest Rossisens, of Fenion Ledyard, Nov. 28—A large crowd attended the Junior With declamatory contest Friday night. The pupils and their coach, Miss Stranahan, are to be commended on their fine work. Those who won first and second places.and who will go to contests either at Grant Consolidated or Swea City Dec. 6 are: oratorical, Glen Dyer speaking on The American Indian; Billy Baumann, second; dramatics, Beulah Looft, Elizabeth; Geneva Gelhaus, Courage; humorous, Ruth Estle, Peter Presents a Project; Harold Moore, A Grapefruit Episode. Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Miss Dunham, and Miss Kelly were judges. H. S. Students Attend Musicnle— V. A. Barrett and 11 music students attended the Algona high school musicale last week Tuesday evening. Those who went were Lillian Klinksiek, Lillian Sanders, Ella Goetz, Rolland Smith Idah Telkamp, James Legan, Alice Hagge, Tilmer Halvorson, Kenneth Thompson, Maynard White, and Esther Junkermeier. Aid Will Hold Supper— The Methodist Aid's annual bazaar and supper will be held next week Wednesday. A 25c supper consisting of chicken, dressing mashed potatoes, gravy, baked squash cabbage salad, pie, rolls, and coffee will be served. Twins Born to Jergensons— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson are parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born a week ago Sunday. Mfs. Jorgenson was formerly Emily Barnes. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth the same day. Chas. Basharas Have Daughter— A girl was born to the Charles 'Basharas last week Wednesday morning. This is their first child and she has been named Beverly Jean. Mrs. Bashara is in a Bancroft hospital. Attend Minnesota Game— AUfOSt Strom, Algona, .visitra law Week Monday at the Alfred Mat«6ti home neart Armstrong, The American Legion held a trap shoot neat- the Hansen Service station Sunday afternoon aitd a feather patty In the. Legion hall Monday evening. Howard Chipman, Mason City, and his friend, Maxine^ Palmer, of Osage, visited Wednesday to 'Sun* day last week at the E. O. Chipmnn home. Mr. and Mrs. G. Cl Giddlngs, aona Bobbie and Gordon, and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf visited at the W. C. Old* dings home in Wesley Sunday. W. H. Smith has been quite ill for several days. He is being cared for at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Floyd Duncan. The Lutheran Aid society meets this afternoon in the church basement. The Walther League meets this eveningi The Alfred Kresenskys and G. W. Stillmans, Algona, spent Sunday evening at the D. L. McDonald home. Alice Eighme entertained the girls of her Sunday school class at Maude Hanna's Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewoldt and son Henry and Mrs. C. B Sigsbee were-Mason < City visitors Monday. Mrs. Bernice Jensen and two children, Lone Rock, visited Sunday at the William Elvidge home. Mrs. Lillian Sigler took Katherine Manus to iLu Verne and George Manus to Thor Sunday afternoon. The Presibyterian ministers of the county will meet at the Rev. S. H. Aten home on December 6. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gibbs of Wheatley, .Ark., were calling on old Burt friends Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, Algona, spent Sunday evening at the C. E. Sigsbee home. November 15,1933. ,, ' » , ' *"' 'Alton*, Iowa, dottrt (Room, 2, o'clock U. jn. J „ frtotfembef 15,' 1633. Board ot Supervisors of Koisuth and Palo Alto counties, met pursuant to Call of Auditors with? following members present; Kogsuth Co., Balgemnn, iPunfiomark, .Heiketi, and (Morris.- Abaent: McDonald. Palo Alto County: Present, Wcgen- er and Robinson. Absent, Geltlngton, Conlon, and Truog. , • Joint Boards organized by electing Balgeman, Supervisor of Kosguth Co,, Chairman, and B, J, 'Butler, County Auditor of Kossuth (CO., as Secretary. Carried. ;, ;;,; Joint, Boards, proceeded to have a, hearing on Joint Road (District No. 252 Kbssuth, No. 1» Palo Alto. Motion' by Wegener arid seconded by Funnemark that assessment of benefits on the Joint District 'No. 262^ 190 be confirmed as reported by commissioners. Ayes! All. (There being no further business on motion made and duly seconded the Joint'Boards adjourned to the Call'of 05*. 3. BAl/JEMAN, Chairman. — -~-J LO A personal i oan tute, auto an «8 twenty You will « *>ut ^ the Auditors. B. J, BUTIiBR, Secretary. LEGAL NOTICES were Sunday guests Reisner's. at Herman Martha Seegebarta began work- ng at Arthur iRusch r s last week. BANCROFT NEWS —. _. Schiltz left bunday for St. Louis for five months with their son Leo and his wife. They expected t o stop a t Stacyville to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ed. Hatten, also to see relatives at Maquoketa and Dubuque. The LeRoy Schiltz family spent Mrs. sisters. cated. Mr. Elsbecker owns the farm Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kolltseh spent two days last week at Des Moines. Robert Glasgow is at Lovilia visiting his grandparents, Mr. Mrs. T. H. Besch. The women ar Swan. the and The Glasgows Gus noaia DP DPPIDOD New Price on REMINGTON JUNIOR PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Now $29.50 Was $39.75-a drop of $10,25 The Remington typewriter company has announced its intention of discontinuing its two low priced models. While they last in stock you will be able to get these machines at a great savings. They have been the bargain in typewriters since they were made. Now they are a bigger bargain than ever. You can't resist getting one of these machines now. This machine has capital letter and lower case and is standard in other ways except it lacks a margin release and back-spacer. It is a bargain for those learning to typewrite, for use at home or in a car. Order yours now before they are sold out. Ask to try out the machine. I. G. DEWEL Advance Office. iaa-nnnnonnonn ago, was able to be at his oftio last Thursday for the first tim since he was hurt. William Baum 60; Celebrates— Last week Sunday William Baum reached his 60th birthday, and many friends and relatives callec to congratulate. Other Lakota JVews. The Rev. F. O. Johnson and Ralph Olson attended a Methodist Brotherhood meeting of the Forest City district at Crystal Lake last week Tuesday evening, 132 attending. The program consisted of music and readings, and C. C. Harshberger, Northwood, gave an address on stewardship. The next meeting will be held at Thompson in January. Mrs. J. E. Wortman entertained the Acorn club last Thursday 20 members attending. Roll call was answered with the name of favorite actor or actress. Mrs. Mildred Worley read a paper on the early development of drama. The next meeting will be at Mrs. F. O. Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine near Armstrong, brought the Jatter's mother Mrs. N. E. Noble, home Sunday. She had spent a month there and at Swea City. Mrs. Noble lives with Mrs. J. H. Warburton, another daughter. The Browns, Cedar Falls, came Friday to visit the H. H. Murrays. Mr. Brown, who was having dental work done by Doctor Murray, went hunting Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith attended church at Buffalo Center Sunday. The Rev. Mr. James, of La Porte City, is holding a week of special services there. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Armstrong, and Mrs. N. E. Noble, who was visiting them, attended a church bazaar here last week Tuesday evening. * The Royal Neighbors entertained their families at a party at the Woodman hall last week Monday night. Miss Schultz, who taught here , last year and is now teaching at Rmgsted, visited friends here Saturday. Mrs. Mary Noble and Samuel Burnet, Blue Earth, visited the J. H. Warburtons Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Froehle en tertained a number o f young folk at a dance at their home i last week Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoeffel the! daughter, and Miss Haupert, Algo na, spent Sunday at Henry Nabor's Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Schiltz and .Mr ana Mrs. Emil Stoeffel, Algona spent several days last week at Car Bolltgr'a, Comfrey, Minn. Friday for his Edwin Ross left home at Almena, WIs., after month here w ftli relatives. He Is th -Mary Froehla grandson of Mrs. and o, nephew of Mrs. Jos. Vaske Mrs. Ed. Schemmel, and Frank Froehle. Sixteen school friends of "Marge 1 Welp surprised her on her birthday Sunday evening- at her home. Games were played. She Is the oldest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Lampe enter ained. eight young- folks at dinner Sunday evenlngr. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt, and Collette C. Welp were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs H J Guide. , • . The Rev. Henry Pick was at West Bend Sunday, and had charge of the services there. Father Dobberstein Is very ill. Mrs. William Ellis and two children left Tuesday for their home in California. Earl Earing and Clinton Guest took them to Ames, where they boarded a train. Mrs. Ellis had visited her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Guest. Mr. and Mrs. otto Vaske entertained at seven tables of 500 Sunday evening. The high scores were won by Louis Elsbecker and Mrs William Vaske. v j. W. Schiltz and Mrs. Jos. Elsbecker had. the low scores. The Oliver Twodeaus, Delevtn, Minn., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bernliard. Mrs. Eernhard is a sister of Mrs. Twodeau. The C. C. Inmans were Sunday evening- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Baltz. Friday was Martha Mescher's Mrthday, and 28 friends surprised ner that evening. Cards were played, and John Droessler and Dorothy McClelsch won high scores Ernest Hutchinson and Sylvia 'Nurre low. George Kadow and Sylvia Nurre won door prizes. The R. J. W elp S and „.„ Mrs. Jos. Baltz will be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly at Wesley Thanksgiving- day. Mr. and Mrs. Elfes, son Ted, Mrs W. J. Welp, and her daughter Marorie, Humboldt, spent Saturday at the M. A. Saunders home. Mrs. Charles Skllling, Windom, VUnn., and two daughters are here 'or the Thanksgiving vacation with Mrs. Skllllng's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders. Helen Bryden, who teaches primary in Buffalo Center, spent Friday with her parents, .the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bryden. Harry and Leonard Cutler came up last Thursday from Early, where hey work for the McGuire' Com- oany. Leonard left Saturday for Cedar Rapids, where he spent the veek-end with his wife, who Is car- ng for Mrs. Ed McGuire. Mrs. Arendt Honken and her hildren moved Into the IMtswortr louse, north of the Register office Friday. The Elsbecker ftmily will move to the farm the Honkens va- Mrs. Chas. „ ~.^- vard, have a ne w daughter"* Bev- •D. A. Carpenter and Elvin, Harold Granner, irvin Klinksiek, and A. B. Lauritzen attended the football game between Minnesota and Wisconsin at Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. Tice Brack Return*— Mesdames Halvorson, Moulton T h ? m ? S ° n> . Jenks - and Mave r visited Mrs. Tice Brack at Blue Earth last Thursday. Mrs. Brack came home the following day. H. S. Wins Basketball Game— The high school basketball team played at Titonka last Thursday night and won 24-1, thus keeping their averages in the Conference standing at 1,000. Shower Hdnods Florence Goetz— A miscellaneous shower was held Friday evening at Herman Balvance's in honor of 'Florence Goetz who is to be married soon. In Equity jr o . 18780. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB AUTHOBJTT TO MAKE COMPROMISE SETTLEMENT WITH ZADA DAYIS, FORMERLY ZADA BRUNS05. In the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossnth county. L. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff,. vs. Kossuth County State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors of the Kossuth County State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that eriy born last week Other Xedvard News. Mrs. B. B. Mayer and Marjorie Mrs. George Thompson, Miss Dun- morning here. at the Wednesday I ham, Mrs. attended a Methodist A new barn, corn crib, hog house, and a chicken house are being built on the farm where George Fotk Uves and the house is being repaired. The Metropolitan Life insurance company owns the place. -,t M r - L ; ^' Nemmera entertained: at three tables of bridge last Thursday evening. Mrs. Mike and Nemmers drew Droessler the- Benson, Prize; Clara cut prize. Clifford, son of Walter, l*° l %?*! A ° a for a the Wohnke hospital last Thursday afternoon by Dr. J. A ,. Dartoff Mr and Mrs. Jos. Thills Q^ Rose Besch.. Whittemore, spent Sunday at the Mrs. Albert Schiltz home.. Glen Cowing, Harold and Plynn Hunt, and Tony Foth returned from Des Molnes Mond ™" new boiler for the St. John's school house. The pupils at and bazaar and chicken supper at Lakota last week Tuesday evening. The Messrs. Yahnke, Halvorson, c f/ P !r ntJert OIson ' and Thompson ^S, ? d a Brotherhood meeting at Crystal Lake last week Tuesday and report a fine evening's enter- there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank,. Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized empowered and directed to make a compromise settlement with Zada •Davis (formerly Zada Brunson) and to accept in- compromise of all indebtedness owing by the said debtor a conveyance of her undivided one-half (%) interest in the following described' real estate, situated in the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wit: The Quarter Thure day and the boiler will be Mrs. Grover Tyler, Mr*. Recker Jr and Mrs. Amos Jos. to er is the Carlyle Beckers. Mrs. Becka daughter of Mrs. Tyler. n, J\ H6rriB ' Lamott e. visited at the Math Nemmera home Saturday Sunday, and Monday. "™ay- _ RichPooit Lucille W°art Silt Helen Hueser, Algona. spent Sun£ ^ Ruth and E velyn Black Mr» . R. H. Skilling went to Humboldt Saturday to visit her mother Mrs. Mary M. Deyfne. spent Sunday' after- suest of Ruth Ste- r - ana M«. J. A. Johnson, Mr. Mrs. irvtng Urch, and Russel Kelly W ee Sunday evening visitors at R. H. Selling's. Mr. an Mrs. T. A. Warren with Truman and Dolores, visited relatives at Eagle Grove last week- Catherine Schultz, district 8, Ir- vlngton township teacher, and her ^" slve a pro ^ m *• before Thanksgiving. Lunch iV A Served after th6 Program. me Austin Summers family Jrv- ngton. and the B. M. Burlingames were callers at Triad Wickwlre's Quarterly Conference was ty in the Methodist ™ nn *T th !- Kev> Wl G - Muhleman, Algona, district superintendent,, was present. Mesdames Chester, Johnson, •Darnell, iFlynn, v Depping Warner, and Thompson to see Mrs. Bashara Friday. Mrs. Blanche Jenks, Mrs. Laura JNeister, and Frank Redinger were Northwest * and the W (W%) of the Northeast Quarter (N'E%) of Section Twenty (20), Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 5t& p. M except one acre thereof used lor school house grounds and private road, and an assignment of all rents November 13,1933. Auditor's Office, November 13, 1933. Board of Supervisors , ot. Kossuth County met In regular cession with the following members present: Balgeman, Funnemark, Helken, and (Morris. Absent: McDonald. ' Motion by Helken and seconded by Balgeman that the minutes of the'last regular session and all adjourned sessions be approved as read. Ayes: All. /Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Helken- that cash allowance of Lena Oodferaon be suspended. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.-JBoard of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with the following: member* present: Balgeman, Funnemark, Helken, . and Morris. Absent: MdDonald. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Helken that 'Balgeman be appointed as committee to make necessary- repairs on Dr. H-K Jt.'No-. 8, Dr, », 116, 127. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman, seconded by Heiken that Funnemark be apoplnt- ed as committee to make necessary repairs on Dr. 20, H. K. No. 4-66, No. 90, No. 36-89, H-K No. 3-46,. H-K NbiZ- 36, No. 91, No. 4, H-K No. ff-87. Aye»: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by (Balg-eman that Heiken be appointed as committee to make necessary repairs on Dr. 124, 102, 82, 'No. 68-13?, 125, 16«, 4, 24, Sub 9 of 4, 89, laK.-Aye»r Motion by Helken and seconded; by Balgeman that' McDonald be appointed to make necessary repairs on Dr. 114. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded 1 by Funnemark that Chris Jacobs toe- appointed as tax ferret for Kossutft county as per contract and agreement on record. Ayes: All. Motion by 'Funnemark and seconded by Helken that Paul N. (Loomls- lie OD- polnted to audit all the (Drainage Districts of.Kossuth county with a compensation as follows: 15.00 each for all drains having 1 an original assessment of $5,000.00 or less, and $10.00 each for all drains having- an original assessment above J5.WOOO Ayea: All. '. • On motion Board adjourned to nine o clock a. m. November 15, 1933' E. J. BUTLER; County Auditor. November 15,1933. Auditor's Office, November 15 1933 IBoard of Supervisors of Kossuth.' ^K t *i, m » t ,, pur ? uant to adjournment with the following members present: iBalgeman, "Funnemark, Helken and' Morris. Absent: McDonald. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Balgeman that J. -L. Vaux, C c Sclmrlach and A. E. Michel be Veap- pointed as commissioners for the- re- classlflcatlori of .D. D. No. 69, because of original commission having expired' Ayes: All. Motion by 'Balgeman and seconded' by 'Helken that County Treasurer be Instructed to transfer $64.65 from D D. No 133 to D. D. No. 69 and from p. p. No. 4 to D. D. No. 69 as sooni aw funds are available, because of erroneous posting of tax receipts. Ayes: AJJ. Motion-by Helken and seconded 1 by Balgeman that County Treasurer- Be> H. N. —See— Phone 125 DIRECTORY QUARTON Ph 0n «: ^- W 9f«<*8; J. Harrington Attorneys-at-LaV I«fl Phone <WHce over Postofiice H ' W Lawyers State Bank Algona, Ion Pbon» 58 Block Algona,; f- A. WINKEL Atttorney-at-law Office in Quinby Building Phone ISO BIKAM B. 1VHITB . Office over Iowa State Bank. phon » 206. Algona, Ion P. A. DANSON Attorney.At.I,aw Office over Iowa State Bank Phone*: Office, 460-J.; Rea, 111 A. Tf ANDEB Attftrn«y-at-Law Offlca over PostofHce. - . , -«—-^—- "»• mi icuus —**.c.~..»i*.i mu.v ^uuniy -treasurer- D6> irom said real estate and an as- {? st x Tuct f£ to tra n sf er $236.45 from- D.. signment of her-interest &r . JL D ,' N °'J^, to .?' ,P- «<>. « as soon, a* snd ^ Mra - Howard Jenson, rA***? at Le Mara.' gave a wedding da^ce at Woods Lake Fri- an A< <Devine - of Bancroft, and children, and Juanita Underkofler visited at Jack McDonald's ssunaay. afternoon. John Erpelding and his sons, Aloysius, William, and AlphonSe are spending several days this week at St. Joe, where they are getting up a winter's supply O f wood Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney Mr and Mrs. Harry Seeley, and Mrs ~arl Hutchins attended an evening neeting of the Plum Creek Literary and Social club last week Wednes"lay at Clinton Sampson's, north of Sexton. » Paul Urch, who had spent the orn-husking season here, returned o 'his home at West Concord, Minn Saturday. He is a nephew of Mrs! >aul Black and Mrs. Leslie Jenkins. Wesler Marshal Sick, Wesley. Nov. '28-nCarl Johnson, marshal and water superintendent, uriered alarming hemorrhages rom the nose one or two days of ast week, but they were checked. Guy Ash substituted for him. T , Ldnks took cai> e of the J. H. Warner farm near Swea City last week during the Warners' ab- SCT1CG* _Mrs. Charles Boshara's father Mr. Munger. of Rugby, S. D., and sons came late Saturday night. Lola Wylam and Jeanette Wilson, of Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests at D. B. Mayer's Juanita Underkofler spent 'last week Monday night with her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Devine, of Bancroft. A card party was held in the Sacred Heart church basement last week Monday night. ' Buffal ° — interest in a certain chattel mortgage as s&own by said application to which you are referred for furffier particulars. You are further notified that by order of the atiove entitled eoo rt, the hearing on said application will be had at the Court (House in Algona, Iowa, on the 6t& day- oC December, A. -Di,. 1'983, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, at which time you may appear- and! stoow cause if any you have wfiy an order should not be jntered 1 authorizing said promise settlement. D 1 "W BATES Superintendent of Banking 'of the- State of iow a , as Receiver- of die Kossuth County State Bank, Algona. Iowa Ty HARRY V. HULL, Esamraer in Charge. com- funds are ° available, also collect instruct: six per cent levied' on 'all- and ra »ways within 68 and Instruct County Auff- 12 mm FUN IN STORE FOR BOYS World adventure thrills are store for readers of THE in ION according to word Just received from the editor of youth's fa- Tonte magazine. From the Arctic to the Jungles of Haiti, and from the plateau of Asia to the lion Qf Africa ' the editors have There will ,be no school this week Thursday and Friday because of Thanksgiving. Harold Granner refereed a bas- nf hf game at Banerotfc Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. Washer, Sheldon spent Sunday at Cecil Peterson's. ' Paul Gelhaus spent last week at Pequot, Minn., visiting relatives. Barbara Wylam, Swea City, spent the week-end, at D. B. Mayer's the sew, ing club Monday night. Mrs. Minnie Hartley, Omaha, Neb., came last week Wednesday for a week's visit with 'her sister, Mrs, P. B. Rubey. Mrs. Bartley was recently made president of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the National Association of 'Letter Carriers. Or. and Mrs. B. G. Bannick, of Rochester,. Minn., spent last week Monday night at the W. A. MacArthur home. They were on their way to Sioux City. (Dr. Bannick is Mrs. MacArthur's 'brother. The J. G. Sewicks went to Alto see , of and > , 0 fun in the 12 issues of 1934. Several years ago, THE ICAN BOY introduced to i lar - Wack-haired Jira- Army aviator. Those ^ adventures and Keldy and with the 94th Pursuit on country hops, target practice formation flying, will be delighd to learn that Jimmie Rhodes has returned to the magazine. The new series takes him to Halt where a revolution is impending THE AMERICAN B YOUTH'S COMPANION, fined the adventure every boy craW with the information he nee<L h In 1! Motion by Funnemark and by Balgeman .that a (6%) assessment be „,.„„ „„ ttll tracts,^ parts and parcels of real! es- D. D. _ Itor to lection ... ..„,. „,„- AlJi Motion by Heiken and seconded' by ^"""""° *\ that County Treasurer be to transfer |12(M;3S' from I> Secondary Road Con- niroiioHi v. as Boon as 'unds are available, because of overpayment by Irvlngton Township Highways, also ict County Treasurer to transfer 141 a. «?„,?• U , NO> 10S " to D; D - No! Ayes: AH." aS fUnd8 are Callable. FuSarf tSKT^forSre & =t S T^a, a X«il P C£S 8 an 2 railroads wlthlh: D-. D. No JOK L n m» IJU'VS* £° un ,£. Editor to place S-M A.. Rutchiaon Pftone' 251 T. C. Hutdiisw HCTCHISOX Attorncys-at-law Qui'nby Building AlgODI DOCTORS . Three o'clock p ; m.-!Board of present: and bv I H t l?v Pnby *i, F i lnnemark and seconded everv a the Advice on hobbies and sports he is always seeking i s the ideal present for that son, cousin ew, and c hum. It's the present that renews itself ev month when the mailman layl a copy on the doorstep. Approved bv teachers and educators, and e sed by high school America , magazme can solve your shopping difficulties. The subscription price is S200 for one year. Until January i take out order direct to . AMER.T *• Mainte- funds are * n<J seconded by f. KENEFICK »d 8«rgMi Office over Rexall Drug Ston Office phone 300 Rea. phone 326. «: B. CKETZMEYER, I. D. Surgeon and Physician. - Office- John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. Ucona lot P. V. JAJfSK, M. B. PhyirielM and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Strwt Pfconw: Office, 666; residence, W Algona, Iowa WAITER FRASER, M, D. Physician and Surgeon Office la Quinby Bldg., Room It Phone No. 12 — . — -^i MELYIK 0. BOtJBNB Physician and Surgeon Office In Poatofflce Block Phone*: Office, 197; residence I" W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. ,-JtatMe Physician and BiffM located in General Hospital Phone*: Office 187, Rei. "' i DENTISTS DB. H, M. OLSON Dentist QM or novocaine used tot * traction. Located over Chriatensen Stoi* Phone*; Business 166, residence «* 'Algona, Iowa S , Ba 'Keman and bale ' m * n and ' WWT from D, p from D. D. No . a> ^ p< from p. D. NotttoDU from D. D. No . m to D p 'County L. W. FOX f. B, WWKBI Yeterlnarluns State Street, Algona Phones; Office, 476-W.: Over f W.,000,000 worth of MIMEOGRAPH ADVANCE

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