Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1934 · Page 6
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fAGE SIX COUNTY APVANCftt AtGOMA. 1QWA THtffiSDAt, jANtJAttY 11. 193 J Advent of 1934 Observed With Watch Parties, Dinners LONE ROCKERS HAVE GOESTS ON NEW-YEAR'S Lone Rock, Jan. 9—Many Lone Rockers were New Year's guests in various homes: The Enos Worthingtons, Bstherville, at Mrs. Lillian Worthincrtons; the 'Robert Drans- feklts at L. R. Roderick's; Fred Wegeners, at Louis Wegener's, Al-|-\ve arc O n highway 46, three and gona; Jack Quinns at Mrs. Bridget j one-half miles southeast of Bed- EX-WESLEYAN HAS STRAWBERRY FARM Mrs. J. B. Seidl, Coon Rapids, renews her Advance subscription, and, responding to a request for a letter for publication, writes: Before marriage my name was Catherine (Hanig. My home was at Wesley, and my mother still lives there. We are living on our own 160- acre farm, and have a good home. Quinn's, Bancroft; the Albert Shaa- ers, Mrs. Lillie Thompson and ham in Carroll county, southwest of Fort Dodge. daughter 'Neva, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. We have four children attending Ortman. and the Ralph and Wal-| sc hool at Dedham. The oldest girl .tfivi rpVirtvM »-vr>.-vr» f M«11il 1OO nt f*.ll VIR'J™ * n 1.****** n.~ minn^n' +t»ni«inrr of Thompson families, at Chris Shaser's; the J. M. Marian Blanchasds, Blanchards, the H. A. WhiWhills, of Burt, and the John Bones family, Quimfoy, at Lester Johnson's, near Bancroft, the occasion also being in honor of Mr. Whitehill's birthday. The Jim Ackarmans were guests is taking up nurses' training at Burlington. One girl is married and lives in town. I have one grand child, Lavonne C. Roderick. We have a large garden, including a large strawlberry bed. A few years ago we sold more than 700 quarts and canned more than 200. We ate strawberries four or five at Ralph Priebe's. Mr. and Mrs. W. i times a day, all we wanted, and J. Cotton entertained her parents, gave the neighbors and relatives Mr. and Mrs. H. 'E. Morgan, Mrs. many quarts. We would have had Rose Brown, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Clark, Mrs. Mary Jane Clark, all of Algona, Elizabeth Schoby, Mason them by the ibushel last season, but because of dry weather we canned only 30 quarts. If we have City and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton; ra in next year we shall have lots the Gordon Kuhns, Algona, at i O f strawberries. If you ever come Frank Kuhn's; the Frank Kuhns at]this way, be sure to stop. You will Albert Thompson's for New Year's i,surely be welcome. supper. The Andrew Thomsens at the Victor Rogers ihome. We are doing a good bit of milking. At present we are milking 20 cows. A few months ago we milk- Sleigli Tarty is Given— ed 26, which was the most. We A group of young folks had a | have Holsteins, 53 head. We also •hard times sleigh ride Friday even- j.have 40 sheep, six head horses, 75 ing, and an oyster stew was held at the R. T. Angus home after the ride. Attending were Amy, Ody, Rtfby, Julia, and Myrtle Cherland; Lois, Sally, and iRuth Whkehill; Delina Rogers, Clara Madsen, Ringsted; James Hall, Cleo and William Hobson, Roy Hines, Lillian, Eugene, and Harold Angus, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer. Three B. B. Games Friday- hogs, and 400 chickens. We usually rent our pasture, which contains 30 acres. SWEA CITY LUTHERANS HOLD ANNUAL MEETING ; Swea City, Jan. 9—The Imman- Three'baskeTtoaH games will he uel Lui *eran congregation held its played here Friday night. The local iannual Business meeting last week girls play the Lu Verne girls, and ! Tu esday. A fine meeting was held fhA i™ni f,Vot nv,/i ^ n ^j ,,„„„,,with a large attendance. The the local first and second boys' teams play Fenton's teams. The Mite society is serving an oyster stew, beginning at 5:30 and continuing after the games in the church basement. Quilting Bee is Held— A group assisted Mrs. Alex Krueger in quilting' last week Tuesday evening and Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jessie Stehritz, daughters Kathryn and Gladys, and Melvin Hawks, drove to Mason City a week ago Tuesday, where Gladys returned to Hamilton Business college. Other Lone Eock. Mr, and Mrs. Orvie Ranney, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ohristenson, Jack Tibhetts, his mother, Mrs. Agnes Trbbetts, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson attended the funeral of Vestal Thackeray in Armstrong last Thursday. Mr. Thackeray was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Tibhetts. church shows an increase in membership during the past year. The budget adopted for 1934 was $3590, of which ?700 is to be used for home and foreign missions, educational institutions and institutions of mercy. The following officers were elected: deacons—George Nyman and Algot Swanson, to succeed J._P. Peterson and J. H. Holcomb; Victor Nelson and Oscar Pehrson to succeed Andrew Larson and Ole Kvanmsdale as trustees; organist, Mrs. Kulander; sexton, Adolph Peters; Iowa Conference delegate, Myron Johnson; Northern district delegate, A. J. Bexell; Sunday school superintendent, Dr. H. Kulander; assistant, P. A. Holcomb. SPEARING NON-GAME FISH NOW PERMITTED One of the oldtime sports, after , having been banned many years, is Clarence Macunrber has returned! again permitted — spearing non- to camp at Dolliver park, Lehigh.jgame fish through ice. It is re- after spending his vacation at the [ quired that the sportsman he cer- parental F. A. Macunrber's. His sis-j tain that he spears only gar, carp, it PT T~)<"iTr»t llXr VlO C ri.l Cl-V tviffltim r*,l t- n \-\Tlf-Frt Irt ^« „,,.! 1 1 1 1_ _i1 (*« 1 iter Dorothy has also returned to 'Fort Dodge business college. Alice Angus returned to Park college, : Parkville, Mo., last week Tuesday. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone returned Thursday from taking his daugh- buffalo, or quillback, "other fish still heing protected. New regulations from I. T. Bode, state fish and game warden, say: "It is unlawful to have, erect, or use, while fishing through ice, any ter Beulah to her school duties at'house, shed, or other protection Coe, and visiting friends en route' against weather, or have or use any home. Mrs. L. R. Roderick, who j stove or other means of creating has been in Des Moines with her! artificial -heat. All male residents daughter Berneyce, accompanied ! of the state 16 years of age or over him home from Des Moines. jmust have fishing license in order Fred Genrich took his son Main- j to spear or otherwise take non- ard and Vera Morris to Ames a'game fish." week ago Tuesday to resume Spearing is now permitted only scflool. Esther Godden accompan- as an experiment to help aid the led them. Saturday Mr. Genrich (needy by giving them an opportun- and Lawrence Newbrough drove to ity to get their own fish food If Ames, visiting the former's son. flagrant violations of law are'dis- Earl Earing, sons Harlan, Allen, covered, water affected will be and Duane, left last week Wednes- i closed to spearing. For the time day for their home in Campus, 111. being all inland waters are onen Elmer _Earing returned to Kemp- — • Lawrence Laidley Heads Estherville Co-Op. Creamery Lawrence G. Laidley, son of Mrs. Agnes M. Laidley, former county recorder, and brother of Mrs. H. M. FENTON FOLKS HAVE GOESTS ON NEW YEAR'S Fenton, Jan. 9—New Year's dinner guests ml Mlko Welsbrod's were the Rev. J. T. Snyder and W. J. Wels brod families, Stanley Munch, Vero na. AVelsbrod, and the E, C. Wels- brods, nil of Fenton, Florence Anderson, Swea City, and Jos. McGov- crn, AVhittemore. The J. F. Newels entertained Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, sons Shelby and Lester, the F. P. Newels, Agnes Goetsch, the F. J, Weisbrocls, and Mary Jamison, Em metsburg. The Clarence Wegeners had as guests the Cecil Baileys, Rock Rapids, the George Yagers, Al gona, and the Weber Yagers. Guests at R. C. Goetsch's were the Carl Prlebes, Pauline Osborn, and Bernard Potttt. The Frank McFalls en tertalned the John and Clarence Menzes and Mrs. Mantua Chrischll- les. Methodist W. F. M. S. Meets— Tho Methodist W. F. M. S. met at the church last Thursday, and Mrs. R. C. Geotsch led devotlonals. Mrs. Wilfred Holldorf had charge of the study, Women and the Message. Minloiture biographies were given of Esther Ling, Tsuya Klta- Jlma, and Tomi Furuta. Mrs. J. F. Newel concluded the program with, a solo. Hostesses were Mrs W. R. Wolfe and Mrs. E. E. White. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod to Texas— Florence AVelsbrod returned to Des Molnes Monday to resume teaching, and was accompanied by her mother, Mrs AV. J. AVelsbrod, who will leave thejice this week AVedneS' day for an extended visit with another daughter, Mrs. Ray Burke, Houston, Tex. >yins in Newspaper Contest— Two Fenton persons were winners in a recent subscription campaign' conducted by the Emmetsburg Democrat. Mrs. Fred McAVherter won the capital prize of ?SOO, plus $100 for the largest number of votes, and 1 E. A. Huskamp won third prize, $200. remained here for a visit. Mrs. Edward Farris was hostess to the Busy Friday club. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred Genrich. She will also entertain the Sewing Circle next afternoon. Thursday Glenn ILeeper drove to Fairmont ir;,, t '«i —V" ~~, "' "" a week ago Monday his wife and I ' AIgona> has been made i •, i -uuiiudj, ins vvue ana mannp-oi- r^p «,« -ui^n, m ,.,,:ii« children, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. John Buchan, re- . turning with him. Mrs. Oscar Earing, Mrs. Arthur George manager of the Estherville creamery. Lawrence learned the business here, serving six years under M. P. Christiansen. iHe also took a but- termaking course at Ames. Then was buttermaker at Lone . Howard Stevens and his brother .of Goldfiold, called on friends here Saturday. Howard was formerly depot agent here. Mrs. M. H. Sehoeman, son Worth and daughter Margaret, of Esther- vine, were Sunday guests at W. J Cotton's. The John Sones family left Saturday for Quimby, after spending the past few weeks at J. M. Blanchard's. Julia O'Donnell returned Sunday to Campus, 111., after spending the past two weeks here with relatives Supt. and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey attended a Kossuth Schoolmaster's club meeting in Algona Monday. Mrs. Chas. Olson and daughters Rita and Lila, Burt, spent a week ago Tuesday at W. C. Leeper's. Gordon and Donald Blanchard re turned to the state teachers college at Cedar Falls Sunday. Alex Radig and H. A. Weiner accompanied a carload of stock to 'Chicago Saturday evening. The Mite society will meet this Davis, Emmetsburg, Mrs. Sp^.So^pen^riS 1 ^ andT ™™««« ^ *»<*. Des Moines y and tllence went to Estherville Mrs. Kressin, daughters Matilda K^ 6 ^ S a /°' His brotner p aul and Elnora Pon pe, and Gladys San- *, moty P' st for °™ ° f the Esther- ders, Lotus Creeki were guests of ne ^P a P 6 ^- Both brothers Mrs. Kressin's sister, Mrs. F. A Macumber. Marietta Christenson spent the week-end in .Ringsted at the J. M. and Wendel Jensen homes, the former bringing her home Sunday. _Mrs. J. M. Christ, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Andrew Thomsen, returned to her home in Ames last week Wednesday. .TT „ .1 .-. , i,. ire married. Another former Algonian, Lois [nman, has for some years been bookkeeper for the Estherville creamery. Fenton Community Club Has Election Fenton, Jan. 9—Ending a membership campaign, the Fenton Community club had an oyster supper, 38 served, last Thursday evening. Officers were elected: president, O. H. Graham; vice, H. J. Reeder; secretary-treasurer, S. E. Straley. Committees were appointed to circulate a petition in favor of extending No. 44. Dr. S. W. Meye'r Dr. E. W. Ruske, F. P. Newel, H B. Theesfeld, and Harry Haase were appointed membership committee. Annual dues are only 50c. Whittemore, were Sunday guests at Emil Kraft's. The P.-T. A. will not meet this Ihursday evening, but next week Thursday. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Irvington was a week-end visitor at Roy Zunkel's. Christian Endeavor was held Monday evening at Claude White- 'hill's. The ILegion Auxiliary meets this Friday afternoon with Mra. W G Flaig. Hugo WortMngton left a week ago Tuesday for Milford to enter Hospital Patient Home Again— Mrs. L. J. AVelsbrod was brought home from the Miller hospital, Fairmont, Monday, following' a recent operation for removal of gall bladder and appendix. Ldnda Roeber, 'Wlhl'ttemore, ia helping- -with the housework. Flood Victim Recalled Here— Mrs. Lyman Anderson-Ghoslin, who lost a little daughter in. the Los Angeles flood, was once employed by the Lyle Blacks at the local telephone exchange. This was before hei- marriage to Mr. Anderson. Scarlet Fever Patients Well— Supt. H. A. Reyman's Senecai home will be released from scarlet fever quarantine this week Friday. The children, Barbara Jean and Alden, had the fever in a light form. John Campbell Loses Brother— John Campbell received word Friday of the death of a brother in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left that evening- 'to attend .the funeral. Other Fenton News The Emil Hasses went to Ayrshire Saturday for an over-Sunday visit at Mrs. Basse's sister Mrs. William Marochok's and to help celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mr. Hasse. Albert and Alvina Hasse, who spent the holidays with their aunt and uncle came home with their parents. The O. J. Rnnneys drove to Blmore one day last week to attend the funeral of Vestal Thackery, who died from injuries suffered in an automobile accident Christmas day. MI-H. Thackery is the daughter of Mr. Ranney's brother John, who formerly farmed east of Fenton. W. E. Stoeber and his son Wilfred drove to ithe Twin Cities last week Tuesday. Gladys Stoeber accompanied them as far as sArmstrong-; where she visited at 'her brother Oliver's. Mrs. S. W. Sleyer accompanied them to Minneapolis to vi:it relatives. The H. W. Schultes drove to Gaylord, for New Year's with Mr. Schul- .e's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schulte, and Mrs. Schulte's parents Mr. and Mrs. Georg-e Formahls. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod was hostess to ier bridge cub Friday. Mrs. w. V. Yager win the high score, Mrs. H. W. Schulte low. Pauline Osborn was club g-uests. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer returned recently from an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Whiter Bell, Blue Earth, and is now visiting at her son Everett's. Vivian Huskamp, Chicago and Bertha Huskamp, Minneapolis, spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. The Rev. J. T. Snyders entertained Mrs. Snyder's brother Marion and wife, Lake City, and the John and Clarence Menz families Sunday. Supt. Burns, Rockwell City, and his daughter Betty visited from last week Tuesday till Thursday at and Mrs. James Mueller's. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and her children have returned from a week with the former's parents, Mr, and ra. G. M. Miller, Ringsted. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder spent Monday at a district conference of Methodist pastors and laymen at Algona. Tre Julius Holders, Emmetsburg, spent last Thursday with the Emil Hasses. Mrs. Heider and Mrs. Hasse are sisters. The Fred Ringdorfs, W. E. Braces, ana Gerald Brace families, Burt, were entertained at S. E. Straley's Sunday. Tho O. H. Schmidts, Bancroft, visited the Dr. J. T. Waites and the Charles Weisbrods Monday. The Milton Dlvlneys, \\ho had rooms in the Edward Weisbrod bull- ding, have moved to Cylinder. Marjorie Bailey returned Saturday from a week at her brother F. C. Bailey's, Iowa Falls. Alyce Jakobson, Clarksville, Minn. spent part of last week with Dr and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Erwin Schmeling, Deprew, Saturday, December, 30. Forest Hansen, Ringsted, spent several days last week at Mrs. Carrie Voigt's. Arlo Ranney has be«n sick with erysipelas. LOANS (Continued from page 1.) W H Martin, Section 33 Cresco, 800 bu H, B. RIst, Sec. 5 Cresco, 2000 bu Elmer C. Patter, Sec. 18 Cresco, 600 bu $270 Eaglo. Vernon Hutclilnson, Sec. 27 Eagle, 900 bu Peter Schmit, Sec, 22 Eagle, 800 bu $360 Nels Swunson, Sec. 22 Eagle, 800 bu $360 Mary Moroland, Sec. 24 EUgle, 900 bu Clirls M. Anderson, Sec. 31 Eagle, 1250 bu $563 (. H. Chambers, Jr., Sec. 34 Eagle, 1475 bu $664 G. H. West, Sec. 22 Eugle, -1100 bu ?49o Fonton. N. L. Cotton, Sec. 13 Fenton, 2200 bu $990 N. L. Cotton, Sec. 13 Fenton, 1100 bu $460 N. L. Cotton, Sec. 14 Fenton, 2100 bu $345 \V. C. Hotter, Sec. 11 Fenton, 700 bu ?315 W. C. Heiter, Sec. ill Fenton, 475 bu $214 Henry W. Schneider Sr., Sec. 19 Fenton, 250 bu $113 Henry W. Schrelder, Si'., Sec. 19 Fonton, 650 bu $293 Idward 1C. Smith, Sec. 5 Fenton, 900 bu $405 Ferdinand Blerstedt, Sec. 8 Fenton, -550 bu $248 L. B. Hollister, Sec 11 Fenton, 350 bu $1'58 Fred Swan, Sec. 15 Fenton, 670 bu $302 Edw. W. Weisbrod, Sec. 32 Fenton, 1550 bu '$698 Edw. W. Weisbrod, Sec. 32 Fenton, 1750 bu $788 Wm. E. Smidt, Section 33 Fenton, 1100 bu $495 Wm. E. Smidt, Section 33 Fenton., 800 bu $360 August Fisher, Sec. 7 Feniton, 450 bu $203 German. Eibert Boyken, Sec. 23 German, SOO bu $360 Eilert Boyken, Sec. 25 German, 700 bu $315 Herman C. Schroeder, Sec. G German, 320 bu $144 Robert B. Harrison, Sec. 28 Ger-man, 675 bu $294 John Helman, Sec. 26 German, 415 bu $187 John Helman, Sec. 26 German, 480 bu $216 E. Buss, Sec. 23 German, 900 bu ?405 Warner Beenken, Sec 15 German, 480 bu $216 Warner Beenken, Sec. 15 German, 480 bu $316 William Kordoes, Sec, M. German, 900 bu $405 B. H. Meyer, Sec. 21 German, 700 bu $315 Grant. . H. Chambers, Sec. 18 Grant, 600 bu $270 Lark Reynolds, Sec. 21 Grant, 900 bu $405 N' I. Anderson, Sec. 33 Grant, 725 bu $326 ark Reynolds, Sec. 21 Grant, 900 bu $405 . W. Anderson, Sec. 33 Grant, 700 bu $315 J. H. O'Donaghue, Sec. 14 Grant, (1600 bu $720 Garfiold. John P. Mersch, Sec. 20 Garfield, 600 bu $270 John P. Mersch, Sec. 20 Garfield, 500 bu $225 Thco Faber, Sec. 28 Gart'ield, 2200 bu §990 Greenwood. James Doocy, Sec. 16 Greenwood, 1100 bu $495 Hmer Kollasch, Sec, 12 Greenwood ,600 bu $270 Harrison. i-eo. E. Butterfield, Sec. 31 Harrison, 1100 bu $495 bsephine A. Peterson, Sec. 9 Harrison, 400 bu $180 R. H. Horst, Sec. 18 'Harrison, 800 bu, $360 F. W. Langerman, Sec. 14 Harrison, 350 bu JU58 F. W. Langerman, Sec. 14 Harrison, 1100 bu $495 Martin Berhow, Sec. n Harrison, 1000 bu 5450 L. A. Borslou, Sec. 13 Harrison, 900 bu $405 L. A. Barslou, Sec. 13 Harrison, 600 bu $270 L. A. Barslou, Sec. 13 Harrison, 250 bu $113 W. F. Doocy, Sec. ,5 Harrison, 550 bu $048 John Doocy, Sec. 5 Harrison, 585 bu $263 m. Christensen, Sec. 30 Harrison, '500 bu $225 Harry F. Fish, Sec. 28 Harrison 3200 bu. $ 5 4 0 Harry F. Fish, Sec. 28 Harrison, 1200 bu. $ 540 Arthur D. Larson, Sec. 21 Harrison, 400 bu Hebron. Eli Quam, Sec. 8 Hebron, UOOO bu. $450 Joe 'Puttie, Sec. 16 Hebron, 1100 bu. $495 Joe Tuttle, Sec. 16 Hebron, 300 bu. $135 Adolph Oswald, Sec. 21 Hebron, 400 bu $ O. N. Thompson, Sec. 16 Hebron, 1400 bu $ C30 Ben O Hawkins, Sec. 24 Hebron, 750 bu. $338 Marvin Thompson, Sec. 16 Hebron, 500 bu j2 R. C. Baum, Sec. 9 Hebron, 700 b " $315 . J. Gramsted, Sec. 12 Hebron .1250 bu $5,53 Carl Hawkins, Sec. 24 Hebron, 150 bu $338 Irvingtono. Clem p. Cunningham, Sec. 2 Irvington, 680 bu $ a M. L. Glhnoi-e, See. 20 Irvington. 2200 bu. $990 George Wolf, Sec. 33 Irvington, 640 bu. $288 S. J. Devlne, Sec. 14 Irvington, 1000 bu. $450 Ledyard. J. F. Smith, Sec. 16 Ledyard, 323 bu. $145 Carl Kramersmeier, Sec, 4' Ledyard, isoo bu $ 810 Alvin Busch, Sec. 6 Ledyard', '33 5 Richard Zle'lsko, 'sec.' "20" Ledyard 800 bu 1100 bu. . Arch Burger, Sec.' U Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lil- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwaldt Goo. It. Edwards, Sec. 24 Ledyard, 650 bu $273 Geo L. Edwards, Sec. 24 Ledyard, 300 bu $135 F. A. Kayser, Sec. l>6 Le'dyard, 1100 bu $495 S. P. Powers, Sec. 115 Ledyard,, 1000 bu $450 J. H. Hotcomb, Sec. 2 Ledyard, ' 800 bu $360 Lottie E. Peterson, Sec. 33 Lei- yard, 350 bu $168 Lottie E. Peterson, Sec. 33 Ledyard, 300 bu $135 John Karels, Section 30 Ledyard, 1000 bu $450 John Karols, Section 30 Ledyard, 900 btl $405 Wm. A. Peterson & A. W. Sec. 33 Ledyard, 350 bu. $tl:58 Wm. A. Peterson & A. W. Sec. 33 Ledyard, 300 bu $135 S. C. SWpler, Sec. 28 Ledyard, 850 bu $104 S. C. Shlplor, ec. 28 Ledyaa-d, ,850 bu __ $383 Lincoln. John Furst, Riyi. 7 Llnc.v!n. StOO bu S405 Lewis Sapp, Sec. n Lincoln, 1000 bu $450 A. W. Rhode, Sec. 24 Lincoln, • 800 bu $360 D. J. Pink, Sec. 14 Lincoln, 690 bu $271 E. L. De Vrles, Sec. 11 Lincoln, 400 bu $1180 E. L. Do Vries, Sec. 11 Lincoln, 400 bu $I1SO Heni-y Heidecker, Sec, 2 Lincoln, 1000 bu $4-50 Henry Heidecker, Sec, 2 Lincoln, 1000 bu $450 Carl Fjetland, Sec. 0.0 Lincoln, 700 bu $31i5 Carl Fjetland, Sec. 10 Lincoln, COO bu $270 Thomas Bosma, Jr., Sec. 34 Lincoln, 300 bu $135 Thomas Bosma, Jr., Sec. 34 Lincoln, 300 bu $135 Thomas Bosnia, Jr., Sec. 34 Lincoln, jlOOO bu $450 August F. Melz, Sec. 5 Lincoln, 450 bu $203 August F. Melz, Sec. 5 Lincoln, 600 bu $225 August F. Melz, Sec. 5 Lincoln, ttflOO bu $450 Lotts Creek. M. G. Bonnsteter, Sec. 12 Lotts Creek, 900 bu $405 M, G. Bonnsteter, Sec. 12 Lotts Creek, 700 bu $315 Joseph Loebach, Sec. 29 Lotts Creek, 960 bu $432 Henry Miller, Sec. 6 Lotts Creek, 500 bu $225 Henry Miller, Sec. 6 Lotts Creek, 550 bu $24S Adam Lieb, Sec. 14 Lotts Creek, 550 bu $248 Adam Lieb, Sec, 14 Lotts Creek, 700 bu $3|ii5 Graver C. Reed, Sec. 7 Lotts Creek, 650 bu $293 Carl Lindsti-om, Section 13 Lotts Creek, 1200 bu. $540 Carl Lindstrom, Section 13 Lotts Creek, 1200 bu $540 Herm'an Lauck, Section 20 Lotts Creek, 400 bu $180 Wm. Meyer, Sec, 4 Lotts Greek, 600 bu $270 John Seip, Sec. 36 Lotts Creek, 900 bu $405 Robert O. Dreyer, Sec. 11 Lotts Creek, 800 bu 5360 Robert O. Dreyer, Sec. 11 Lotts Creek, 1200 bu $540 L.U Verne. James R. Williams, sec. 13 Lu Verne, 500 bu $225 Lafe V. Oxley, Sec. 11 Lu Verne, 650 bu $273 R. L. Hauswlrth, Section 24 Lu Verne, SOO bu $300 harles Beaman, Sec. 25 Lu Verne, 1300 bu Charles Beaman, Sec. 25 Lu Verne, 1050 bu 5473 Serena Clapsuddle, Section 3 Lu Verne,, 563 bu $251 F. F. Felt, Sec. '15 Lu Verne, 2300 " $1035 Margaret Ob/ambers, Sec. 3 Lu Verne, 950 bu $433 Harvey H. Hawkins, Sec. 11 Lu Verne, 850 bu $333 Peter Christensen, Section 33 Lu Verne, 11700 bu $765 Prairie. Edward L. Cink, Sec. 4 Prairie 1200 bu $D40 Herman Kutschara, Sec. 8 Prairie, 1000 bu. 5450 John C. Lalller, Sec. 32 Prairie, =00 bu $225 Oswald L. Lallier, Sec. 32 Prai'rie, 400 bu. $180 Dora & Mary E. Mitchell, Sec. 34 Prairie, HOOO bu $4150 Dora & Mary E. Mitchell, Sec! 34 Prairie, 1400 bu $030 Henry B. Follg, Sec. 27 Pairle, 550 bu. $248 Jacob Fabor Section 10 Prairie, 500 bu $225 Jacob Fabsr Section 10 'Prairie," 645 bu £290 John Kellner, Section 9 Prairie, 1200 bu. $540 John Kellner, Section 9 Prairie, 1200 bu. $540 John Kellner, Section 9 Prairie 1100 bu ?4 John Kellner, Section 9 Prairie, 1500 bu. $675 Joe j. Cink, Section <5 Prairie, •2200 bu ................... $ 990 Joe J. Cink, Section 6 Prairie 11200 bu. ................. ? 5 40 Joe j. Cink, Section 6 Prairie $ 270 Joe_ J. Cink, Section 6 Prairie, 1500 bu. $675 Edward Garmann, Sec. 118 Prairie 700 bu .................... .gj- Edward G'armann, Sec. US Prairie 1100 bu ..................... ^95 Edward G'armann, Sec. |19 Prairie 600 bu .................... $2 ' 70 Isador Meyer, Sec. is Prairie, 600 F. M. Wold, Sec. 10 Prairie, 500 bu A. J. Grandjenett, Sec. 20 Prairie" 1000 bu »4 50 Leo Hai-ig, Sec. m Prairie," i 500 $G75 Plum Creek. Leslie O. McEnroe, Sec. 34 Plum Creek, 392 bu. . .,-,. John W. Kain, Sec.' "u ' Piu m . Creek, 800 bu « 360 John w Kain, Sec. 14 Plum Creek. 1740 bu *j & , George Neuman, Sec 30"" Creek, 700 bu. * o- D 25 Plum Creek, >sec Portland. bu ..... $ 765 ? 075 Arch Burger, Sec. 13 Portland, |li2<57 bu, $565 Andrew Cobulkh,, Sec. 13 Portland, 1000 bu $450 C. B. Moore, Sec. 11 Portland, 675 bu. $204 Mary Armstrong, Sec. 19 Portland, 1000 bu $450 Lewis McWhcxi'ter, Sec. 32 Portland, 1750 bii $788 Union. Adole G. Norton, Sec. 30 Union, .600 bu ' $270 J. F. Overmyer, Sec. 17 Union, 920 bu $414 J. F. Overmyer, Sec. 17 Union, 1536 bit $691 A; H. Hanna, Sec. 6 Union, 375 bu $159 H. G. Rioken, Sec. 12 Union, 1300 bu $585 H. G. Rleikcn, Sec. 12 Union, 1300 bu $5S5 H. A. Bates, Section 5 Union, 819 bu $368 H. A. Rates, Section 5. Union, 624 bu $287 H. A. Bates, Section 5 Union, 345 bu $155 Anna Cronin, Sec. 19 Union, S50 bu $383 Jena Sorenson, Sec. 19 Union, 900 bu $405 E. B. Turner, Sec. 7 Union, <>7B bu $304 Adele G. & Eleanor Norton, Sec. 113 Union, 1950 bu $878 Adelo G. & Eleanor Norton, Sec. 13 Union, 950 bu $428 Christ Alt, Sec. 13 Union, 990 bu. $446 Ramsey. Martin Asche, Sec. 12 Ramsey, 600 bu $270 Martin Asche, Sec. 12 Ramsey, 550 bu $248 O. J. Rippentrop, Sec. 4 Ramsey, 750 bu $338 O. J. Rippentrop, Sec. 4 Ramsey, 1200 bu $540 Wm A. Custard, Sec. 34 Ramsey, 800 bu.. $360 M. W. Woltz, Sec. 22 Ramsey, SOO bu ' $360 Mike Hoffman, Sec. 34 Ramsey, 1100 bu $495 Riverdale. Helen E. Paxson, Sec. d.2 Riverdale, 900 bu $405 H. N. Thilges, Sec. 4 Riverdale, 11800 bu |810 E. H. Klisart, Sec. 30 Riverdale, 1400 bu $630 E. H. Klisart, Sec. 30 Hlverdale, 400 bu , $180 Paul Hum, Sec. 4 Riverdale, 1300 bu $.585 Seneca. Frank Van Dorston, Sec. 5 Seneca, 700 bu $315 A. L. Loomis, Sec. 25 Seneca, 675 bu $294 A. L. Loomis, Sec. 25 Seneca, 1250 bu $563 Walter Thompson, Sec. IS Seneca, 850 bu $383 Mrs. Anna Klein, Sec. 22 Seneca, 775 bu $349 Mra. Anna Klein, Sec. 22 Seneca, 900 bu $405 Frank Looft, Sec, 12 Seneca, HOOO bu. ....- $450 Johnson Bros. Sec. 1 Seneca 700 bu $315 Mai-tin Wilberg, Sec. 33 Seneca, 900 bu $405 Swea. Theodore Plath, Sec. 21 Swea, 97.5 bu $439 R. E. Peterson, Sec. 2 Swea, SOO bu. $380 F. E. Allen, Section 30 Swea, 800 bu , $360 F. E. Allen, Section 30 Swea, 400 bu 5iso J. H. Larson, Section 12 Swea, 350 bu. $158 J. H. Larson, Section 12 Swea, 700 bu $315 Joe W. Preston, Sec. 26 Swea, 2400 bu, $1080 Anna Beck, Sec. 29 Swea, '1500 bu $075 (Continued on page 7.) LEGAL NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE BOARD OF RAILROAD 'COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA To the Citizens of Kossuth County: Notice is hereby given that Clifford R. 'Stewart, Crystal Lake, [owa, has made application to the Iowa Board of Railroad Commissioners, under the provisions of Chapters 252-A1 and 252-A2, Code of Iowa, 1931, for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity authorizing the transportation of freight between Mason City, Clear Lake, Miller, Hayfield, Crystal Lake, Woden and Titonka in Cerro 3ordo, Hancock and Kossuth counties, Iowa. The Board fixed Tuesday, February 6, 1934, eleven o'clock a. in., at the Hamford Hotel, Mason City, [owa, as time and place for hearing said application. BOAiRD OF RiAiBLROA'D COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OF IOWA. GEO. L. McCAUGHAN, Secretary. Des Moines, Iowa, December 28, 1933. i_' AN ACT TO AM'BND SECTION FIFTY- THREE HUNDRED TH'IRTY- 'SEVEN (5337), CODE, 1931, AS AMENDED BY CHAPTER ONE HUNDRED TW1BNTY-ONE (121), (SECTION TWiENTY-iECTGHT (28), ACTS OF THE FORTY-^FIFTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, RELATING TO THE LEVYING OF A POOR TAX 'FOR THE SUPPORT OF THE POOR; TO AMEND SECTION THREE HUNDRED EIGHTY-EIGHT (388) OF THE CODE OF IOWA, 1931, iRELAT- ING TO THE AUTHORITY TO MAKE TRANSFERS FROM ONE FUND TO ANOTHER FUND, AND LIMITING THE AUTHORITY TO MAKE SUCH TRANSFERS. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section l. Amend section fifty- tbree hundred thirty-seven (5337) Code, 1931-, as amended by Chapter one hundred twenty-one (121), section twenty-eight (28), Acts of the Forty-fifth General Assembly, by striking from line seven (7) the word "three-fourths", and substituting the words "one and one- Sec. 2. Amend Section Three M J?" 11111 ^ Eighty-eight (388) of the $241 Cod .e of Iowa, 1931, by etriking the ««< period (.) at the end of said sec- tion and by adding the following: ", and \provided further that after December 81, 1934, M transfer .shall foe made to a .poor fund unless there is a' shortage in said fund after the maximum permissible levy has been made for said fund." Sec. 3. This act being deemed of immediate importance shall be in full force and effect from and after its publication in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper published at Algona, Iowa, and the Milton Herald, a newspaper ipub- lished at Milton, Iowa. GEO. E. MILLER, Speaker of the House. N. G. K'RAISOMmL, President of the Senate. •I hereby certify that this Bill originated in the House and is known •as House (File No. IftS, Extra .Session. VIRGIL (LBKIN, Chief Clerk of the House. (Approved January Sid, A. D. 1934. CLYDE L. HERRING, Governor. 17 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, 93. 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 23rd day of December, 1933, in favor of Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, and against Phillip H. Hargreavee and Clara Hargreaves, his wife, Jointly and severally, as defendants, for the sum of Thirty-four Thousand Seven Hundred Four and 18/100 ($34,704.18) Dollars and costs, taxed at Four Hundred Four and 88/100 ($404.88) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the (property of the said Pliillip H. Hargreaves, Clara Hargreaves, et al, to satisfy said execution, towit: The Northwest Fractional Quarter and the Southwest Quarter (excepting commencing 2 rods east and 30 rods north of the southwest corner of said section, thence east 10 rods, thence north 40 rods, thonce west 10 rods, thence south 40 rods, also commencing 70 rods north and 2 rods east of the southwest corner of said .section, thence east 10 rods, fchence north 148-4/3 feet, thence west 10 rods, thence south 148-1/3 feet, also commencing on the west line of said section 50 feet south of the center of railway, thence running parallel with railroad right of way in an easterly direction 1700 feet, thence south 70 feet, thence west 1700 feet, thence north 70 feet to beginning, and excpting right-of-way of the C. M. & St. P. Railway) of Section 4, in Township 95, North of Range 29, West of the 5th P. M. containing 336 acres, more or less according to the Government survey- thereof; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so 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 24th day of January, 1934, 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 23rd day of December, 1933. 'CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Blythe, Markley, Rule & Dibble, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 16-17 defendants, tor the sum of Eleven! Thousand Thirty-seven and 40/inSI ($11,03140) Dollars and costs, ed at One undred 'Seventy-one nn 70/100 ($itL?0) Dollars and acc-l ing Costs, 1 have levied upon the! following described real propertvl as the property of the eaid E. p| Rahm, Genevieve iRahm, et al, to! satisfy said execution, to-wit: Alii that part of the Northeast Quarter! and the East Half of the North! west quarter of Section Thirteen! (13), Township Ninety-five (95,[ North of Range Twenty-eight (28)1 lying and being north of the right'l of-way of the Minneapolis & gtj Louis Railway (formerly Iowa CenJ tral & Western Railway Com. I pany) as now located over and! across said premises, west oil the 5th >P. M. containing ujj acres, more or less, according tol the Government survey thereof'! and I will proceed to sell s property, or so much thereof may be necessary to satisfy s execution, with costs and accruing! costs at public auction, >- the! highest bidder, for cash, In hand! on the 23rd day of January, 19341 at the east door of the Court HOUSM in Algona, In Kossuth county! Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock all m., of said day, when and wherJ due attendance will be given by| the undersigned. | Dated this 23rd day of December! 1933. '* CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa,! By Casey l',oss, Deputy. .Blythe, Markley, Rule & Dibble, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 16-i;| NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE IN PARTITION No. 14789. In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. G, A. iBrunson, Plaintiff, vs. Zada Branson; Kossuth County State Bank, a corporation; D. W. •Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa; H. V. Hull, Examiner-in-Charge of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa; Clayton Sill, Defendants. 'By virtue of an Order of sale directed to the undersigned Referee from the Clerk of the above named Court in a Decree obtained in said Court on the 12th day of December, 1933, in favor of G. A. Brunson, as plaintiff, and Zada Brunson, Kossuth County State Bank, a corporation, D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, H. V Hull, Examiner-in-Charge of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, and Clayton Sill, as defendants, for the partition of •real estate named in and described in said plaintiffs petition, I will on the 13th day of January, 1934, offer for sale to the highest bidder the following real estate situated in Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter (NW14) and the West One- half of the Northeast Quarter CW% m%) of Section Twenty (20), Township Ninety-five (95), Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the &th p. M., except school lot and private road, to be sold subject to a lease of Clayton Sill for the year 1934, which lease will be assigned to the purchaser. Terms of sale: One thousand dollars ($1,000.00) cash at time of sale and balance on delivery of deed approved to? the District NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SA1E STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, 33. Notice is hereby given that bjl virtue of Special Execution direct! ed to me from the Clerk of the! District Court of Kossuth county! Iowa, on a judgment rendered in! said Court on the llth day of De-S cemlber, 1933, in favor of John! Hancock Mutual Life Insurance! Company o_f Boston, Massachusetts,! a corporation, as plaintiff, and! against Southwest Quarter of Sec-1 tion 25, and the Northwest Quarter! of Section 36, in Township 98 North, Range 30, West of the 5th [ P. M. except school house acre in I southwest corner of said Southwest I Quarter, Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Thirty-f six Thousand Three Hundred Forty-three and 94/100 ($86,343.94) Dollars and costs, taxed at Four I Hundred Twenty-two and 14/1001 ($422.14) Dollars and accruing! costs, I have levied upon the fol-l lowing described real property asl the property of the said James F.I Murphy and Mary Murphy, et al, to! satisfy said execution, to-wit: Thel Southwest Quarter of Section Num-l ber Twenty-five (25), and the| Northwest Quarter (>NW&) of Sec-1 tion Number Thirty-six (36) in I Township number Ninety-eight (98) 1 (North of Range number Thirty (30), j West of the 6th . M. except school f house acre in southweet cor-1 ner of said Southwest Quar-| ter, Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof asl may be necessary to satisfy saidt execution with costs and accruing | costs at public auction, to the! highest'bidder, for cash, in hand,! on the 23rd day of January, 1934, at j the east door of the Court House! in Algona, in Kossuth county! Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.l m., of said day, when and where! due attendance will be given by! the undersigned. I Dated this 23rd day of December, I 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa| By Casey Loss, Deputy. Burt J. Thompson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-171 Said sale to take place in front or the _ east door of the Court House m Algona, 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 un- 1R17 16 ' 17 VAN Referee. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. 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 15th day of December, 1933, in favor of Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, M .plaintiff, and again?t Jfl. j. Rahm and Genevteve Ra&m, his wife, Jointly and severally, a« NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice Is hereby given that by I virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in I said Court on the llth day of December, 1933, in favor of Metropoli-. tan Life Insurance Company of the L City of New York, a corporation, as I plaintiff, and against Southeast! Quarter of Section 24,Township 100, North, Range 28, West of the 6th P. M. and the Southwest Fractional Quarter of the Southwest Fractional Quarter of Section Nineteen ] (19), Township One Hundred (100) North, Range Twenty-seven (27), i West of the 5th P. M., Kossutli county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Fifteen Thousand One Hundred Ninety-three and 06/100 (»1'5,193.06) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two Hundred Twenty-one and 53/100 ($221.53) Dollars and accruing coste, I have levied' upon the following described real property as the property of the saidl Carl F. B. Weyer, Margaretha Weyer, husband and wife, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit: the Southeast Quarter (iSB^4) of 'Section Twenty-four (24), Township One Hundred (100) North, Range Twenty-eight (28), West of the 5th P. M., and the Southwest Frac: tional .Quarter • (SW Fr. %) of I the Southwest Fractional Quar-, ter (SW Fr. %) O f Section Nineteen (19), Township One Hundred (100) North, Range Twenty- seven (27) W«t of the 5th P. «; f i TKo ^? uth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so 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 23rd day of January, 1934, at the east door of the Court House m Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa at the hour of 10 o'clock a. ni., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. •Dated this 23rd day of December, 1933. . CARL, DAHIJSAUSER, , Sheriff of Kpsuth County, Iowa. Rn f T r Burt J. Thompson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 16-H | 666 TaWete, SalT*, x»«j> Checks Colds first day, Headchee o> Neuralgia in so 9

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