Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1934 · Page 8
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA /THURSDAY. Lone Rock Girls Take N. K. Conference Title BEAT SENEGA IN OVERTIME PERIOD 26-24 Lone Rock, Fob. 27 — The Lone iRock and Seneca girls wound up the North Kossuth Conference basketball season in grand stylo last week at the end of the regular schedule these two teams were tied for the conference leadership. AVednosday evening last week those teams met on the Ledyard floor to settle the issue, and it an over-time period. The games started out in a slow gently, fashion, but wound up entirely (lif-' ferent. The Lone Rock girls led 4 to 1 at the end of the first quarter. Shortly after the second quarter started Lone Rock held a 9 to 1 advantage. From this point on through the game was a battle to the finish. tied at 13. The two teams played ecore was 22 for each team. to win in that period. In the over- Lifted time period Seneca scored first, but the Lone Rock girls came back with two field goals to win 26-24. This completes the second year that the North Kossuth Conference lhas functioned, and the Lone Rock girls have been conference champions <both years. Last week also found the Seneca £]'o se " boys trimming Bancroft to complete the play among the boys' teams. Final conference rankings: Boys— Won Lost Pet. Fred Plumbs Honored at Farewell at Union School Ledyard 9 2 (Lone Rock 8 3 Fenton 7 3 Titonka 3 7 Bancroft 2 8 Seneca 2 S .700 .300 .200 Four Corners, Feb. 27— The Union No. 7 1'. T. A. met Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank, 42 present, and after business a toast was sung to the Fred Plum'bs and a large framed picture was presented to them by Mrs. Clara Dravton, vice president, a farewell gift from the P. T. A. Mrs. Elsie Lindcman gave two whistling solos, accompanied at the piano by •Evelyn Cruikshank. The Plumbs, who have -been active in the affairs of this community, are moving to Sexton, and this was one of a number of farewell events in their honor which have taken place • recently. •Washington's Birthday Observed— The F. C. Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, 45 'present, and the 'opening song was Mount Vernon iBells, roll call being answered with current events. The day being Washington's birthday,_ the program featured him : recitations, Edward Rich, Betty Lou Drayton, Dona Jean Mitchell; essay, Washington the Gentleman, iRuth Hofoin- son; short play, The Cartwright Streak, Clara Drayton and Eula Rich. The closing song was Love Lifted Me. Witliam Brother-in-law Injured — The Everett With am s spent several days last week at Hay Smith's, near Burt. Ray fell backward onto a buzz saw last week Tuesday and suffered a 16-inch gash near the hip which it took 23 stitches to close. The Smiths were to move March 1, but hadn't decided what to do at last accounts, for the doctor didn't want Ray moved before Sun- etts Evelyn Behrmann, and Mrs. Clifford Meyer and 'balby. Mrs. Leonard Heerdt Honored — Leonard Heerdt entertained Sun- day. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mrs. Witliam and a daughter of L. J. Lowinan. Ray is improving slowly. Dinner Honors Two Couples — A surprise birthday dinner was given at Etna Mitchell's Sunday in honor of Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom and Mrs. Arie Dittmer, who are twins and before marriage were Irene and Maxine Mitchell. Dinner was served to the Noble Mitchells, the Edmond Larsons, near Doan, the Bjustroms and Ditmers, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren, Sexton, Margaret Simpson, 'Robert Walker, Evelyn 1 Cruikshank, and John McNeil. Mrs. Etna Mitchell Hurt- Mrs. Etna Mitchell suffered a painful injury when a finger was caught in the meat grinder while she was grinding sausage last week Monday. It was badly smashed. Doctor Bourne had to remove the nail and take one stitch in the end of the finger. Koelms Going to Minnesota—The George Koehns, who have lived the past year on the Elmer Haynes place, had a sale last week (Monday, and prices were fair. They plan to move to Minnesota and live with Mrs. Koehn's sister. Other Four Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elfoert spent last week Tuesday at Ray Schiltz's, Bancroft, helping put away meat. They also spent last Thursday at Wihittemore, ihelping Mrs. Elbert's parents do papering. Arthur Cruiksliank accompanied a Joad of fat cattle to Chicago Saturday. (He expected to get home* Tuesday. at the parental A. D. Newlbrough's. Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a county Farm Bureau meeting in Bancroft last week Tuesday. H. A. Wiener accompanied a car- LAKOTA GIRLS AT CLUB TEA ,D,A, Lakota, Feb. 2S—The following wont llo Alffona Satuixlay to attend itlie <1-H fflrls club tea, held at the Legion hall. Emma Qultknccht, Led- yarel towmslilp's 4-H club leader. .Mrs. Loona Heotland, and Itonis Ukena and 9 club girls, Fern and Mary Jane Lewis, Marian/ and Norma Hoatland, Knithcrlno Boi-schman, Marjrai-ot Bohroexter, Arlonto Hcet- laml, Mary Elizabeth Miller, Mid Elizabeith Ramst-ook. The county club g-Irls prosented Mrs. Lcaver- ,ton with a silver vase Inscribed ^villt1l tho 4-H club emblem, a 4 leaf clover. Corn-Hog Organization Made—. At tho Lincoln townships com- hog organizations meeting Saturday afternoon Henry Patterson was elected as chairman of Itho township committee and member o£ the Board or Directors of tho corn^og 1 control assoolnltiort of Kossuth. Henry Recker and Mr. Feldlck were elected os- sistanits. Ledyard township elected 3ave Fritz chairman and Norman 'ingle and Oscar Nelson 'assistant. G-erman township John Sleeper chairman and John Boeckelman on<3 lorret "Welhousen assistants. Girls— Lone Rock _________ 4 1 Seneca ____________ 3 2 Ledyard ___________ 0 4 Many Here Are Hoying — Families in this vicinity Won Lost Pet. birthday. (Five hundred was played .800 at seven tables. Thirty attended. .600 The Frank Flaigs from Lone Rock .000 were there. ! John Long is Laid Up— who John Long had an arm fractured ha_ve already moved or are moving close to the wrist last Saturday this week are: Ira Newbrough to while loading coal at Burt. He slip- Humboklt, the Lawrence troughs moving to their Carl Whitneys to Nevada, Hartman and son Everett, Fenton, New- ped on the ice, falling backwards farm; on his arm. J. W. 'uesday, returning Saturday. Alma Madison, (R. N., spent Sun- ay at home. She is caring for Mrs. dueller at Fenton. Calvin Householder trucked for larl Whitney to Nevada last Fri!ay. The Larkin club met last Friday afternoon with Mrs. Watson Snick. The Friday club meets this week vith Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Rath, f™ Mr and Mr', jwr. and Mrs. f T P pf, Thn Russell Thompson, Other Lone Bock. Those from here attending the musical contest at the Methodist son ' Mrs. Meryl to a Meyers, farm where Ben Guenthers have (been residing, the Guenthers moving to their farm at Estherville, the Edward Farrises to the farm Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner, daughter Kathryn, and Mrs. Herman Reisner, all of Lotts Creek community, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwaldt, Whittemore, were Mrs. Carrie Torgerson, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Mrs. Horace Schenck, and Mrs. Guy Bruns attended a Legion-Auxiliary meeting at Des "\loines last week. The Ross Buffingtons and the Walter Andersons, of the Doan community, south of town, are quarantined for scarlet fever. «, vening g gers moving to a farm near St. Benedict; William Murrays farm east of Burt. to a't the was held last week Wednesday evening at Frank Dacken's. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone a conducted a class at the I Looft home in Seneca last Tuesday afternoon. Carroll and Keith Wells, Frank week Shower for the Carl Wieners— „ „ „ Mrs. Roy Chrischilles, Fenton Carroll and Keith Wells, Blue and Mrs. Henry Schroeder enter- Earth, Minn., spent last Thursday tained 52 friends and relatives at a at ^ A - r>1 Newbrough's. They, in (miscellaneous shower Saturday company with John Newbrough, evening at the H. A. Wiener's in spent_the week-end visiting rela- Hionor of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wien- tives ln Humboldt. er. Five hundred was played High 'Elizabeth Jensen, who has spent prizes went to Emil Kraft, and Mrs. the P ast two weeka at the E - M Martha Chrischilles, Fenton; low Jensen (home, returned to her home prizes to Hans Klindt and Mary in Graettinger last Friday. Mrs. H. Lynch, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. N - Osher, Graettinger, is here visit- Wiener received many useful gifts. in £ tlle J ensens Lunch was served by the hostesses. Hu S h Walsh and brother-in-law, Giles Halloran, left last Friday for Farewell for the Jfewbroughs— Chicago and continuing to Mr. Hal- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Thompson loran's home in Reddick, 111., where entertained Sunday for Mr. and Mr. Walsh, will visit before return- Mrs. Ira Newbrough and son, who ing home, soon leave for their new home. At- The Ladies' Mite society met tending: the Richard Longs, Mr. with Mrs. S. M. Gladstone last and Mrs. James Long, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. G. Arthur Long and family, Bancroft, Flaig played a piano solo. The next and the Ira Newbrouglis. In the meeting will be with Mrs. A. A. afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Chris Long, Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scott, and Mrs. Tihe Ladies' Mite society held a John Long and son "Mike," all of Jitney-Colonial dinner last week Burt, were guests. Jfrs. Clifford Meyer Honored- Wednesday at the local church. The I proceeds were J16.75. A display of antiques proved very interesting. Mrs. R. L. Padgett entertained The Andrew Thomsens spent Sun- last week Wednesday afternoon for day at the Fred Thomsens, Ring- ner sister, Mrs. Clifford Meyer. At- sted. Mrs. Knud Thomsen, Ringtending: Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. sted, spent last week Wednesday Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Otto Jensen, and Thursday at the Thomsens. Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and Mrs. E. M. Chester Simpson, who was oper- Jensen. Mrs. Meyer and baby re- ated on for appendicitis six weeks turned to their home at Corwith ago, is not convalescing rapidly at the same day, after visiting at the this writing. Henry Harwtell is •""•°" f " 1 *'" —' Mrs. William also en the sick list this week. J. McDonald, Burt, and Henry Reimers, Fenton, accompanied J parental Mr. and Krause home. Bibles Given at S. S«- M. Blanchard to Des Moines Mon- . At the local Sunday school Sun- day, where they attended a lumber- day morning the following were men's convention Tuesday. presented Bibles for perfect at- Mr. and Mrs. Willis Davison Ma- tendance for one year: Dorothy son City, were visitors at the L. R Hobson, Margaret Gladstone, and Roderick's last Thursday. Roberta Mrs. A. A. Krueger. An inscription Davison, who has been was written in Catherine Mae here, returned with them. visiting Householder's Bible making a perfect attendance for two years. sss Mrs. William Fish, Whittemore spent last week Wednesday anc Thursday at the J. M. Blanchards Mrs. H. A. Whitelull, _ Attend Rural Carriers' Meet— Those from here attending CCC _ . last Wednesday until Sunday at the parental F. A. Macumber's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris at — - «•« ni_l L, «*L.l,CiiUlI|li **J Jit. Rural Letter Carrier's association ? endecl the Roosevelt banquet helt and the Auxiliary of the 8th district ln the S>"mnasium in Algona las convention in Rockwell City last week Tue sday evening. Thursday were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs ' Roy J ense n gave a farewel Genrich, Mrs. Oscar Earing, and Mr P art y last Friday afternoon for mi™ ,1 •»» »_T r, - ' * \TvCJ "Do-n /^.flrtT»*Vi <-!.. XT ml ,-.1, V, ^^ and Mrs. John Sprank. Gladstone Helps at Fonda- Mrs. Ben Guenther. Neighbors and friends attended. Mrs. William Leeper attended . Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kruger, Ches- quilting bee at the home of her sis ter Alme, and Ersel Blanchard took ter > Mrs - Charles Olson, Burt. las the Rev. S. M. Gladstone to Fonda, week Wednesday. Sunday, where he will remain for a Eilene Walsh, student at Briar few weeks to a&sist in evangelistic Cli£ f college, Sioux City, spent tbj meetings at the Presbyterian week-end at the parental Hugh church. Walsh home. The Mother's club meets nex Wednesday at the Victor Rogers Mrs. Krause 69 Years Old— ^^t^ 1 - 11 ?, 1 ^ Kraus . e celebrated home, Mrs. Andrew Thomsen~ a' ner 69th birthday anniversary last hostess. week Tuesday. Dinner guests in Mrs. Edward Blanchard and chil the evenmg were the R. L. Padg- dren, Irvington, spent the p^st week Mrs. Charles laughter Myrtle Ama spent and her Saturday 'isiting Mrs. Frank Tryons at La- tota. Frank Fisher attended a school of instruction for Chevrolet dealers at Mason City last Thursday. Chester Thomas, who attended the recent funeral of his mother at lary, S. D., returned (Friday. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson last Thursday, the r irst child in the family. The Virgil Pendergasts spent ast Thursday with relatives at Minneapolis. The Mark Bacons drove to Iowa Falls Sunday for a few days with 'elatives. Mrs. Anna Intel-mill spent the week-end with relatives at Humboldt. W. A. Winters has moved to Al- Lakota The Ward Dawsons, Excelsor, ililnn., (the Bob HeitlamJs, Buffalo Oeinter, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith were visitors with Mrs. C. R, Smith, Sunday. Mesclamea Dawson and Heitland are daughters of Mrs. Smith and Ray, 'her son. Among those attending the basket ball games at Algona Thursday and Saturday were the E. R. W°Heys, W. E. Leys, Ant Schteels, R. Ham- iiulsts, Earl Grahams, the Rev. and Mrs. Frerklng and E. J. Woodwor- tas. Tho Art Andersons, west of town, will move March 1st. to their farm west of Swea City and tihe Raymond Winters who live on tills farm will move to the Albert Ogren farm vacated by the Andersons. The Elmer Dargs are moving thia •week to a farm owned by the Bank- era Life located near Woden. They have lived a number of years on the Koppen farm north of town. Mrs. W. S. Ley entertained tihe Presbyterian Missionary Society Thursday afternoon. Mrs. William Schroedei- had charge of devotions Fenton J. F. Newel aittended a district undertakers' meeting 1 ait Emjnerts- burg last week Tuesday. Opal Meyer is visiting art. the home S. W. Meyer Emmertsburg 1 spent the week-end at Mrs. Hattii Weisbrod's. C. B. Hobbs, Spencer, was a buis of her brother Dr. since last week. Mary Jamieson, iness visitor Monday. at Dr. J. T. Waite's The F. E. Muellers, Clarion, were at Dr. J. A. Mueller's last week Sun. day. G. A. QBonatetiter, county agent was at E. R. Schled's last week Mon day. Wesley The Congregational Aid wil. meet with Mrs. August -Engstrom this week Wednesday afternoon. Dorothy Kraus returned lasi Sunday, having visited an. uncle a Manly for two weeks, gor put on a missionary play, Party Dress. The Winter Has Operation — Russell Winter wns taken to ithe Contef ihospttal lost weok Tu'csilny for an operation for tipivon- dlcJtis. Ho is recovering. Russell is the son of Itho Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter. Ills twin brother Raymond Is fanning near Swea City. J. H. Holcomb Laid Up— J. II. Holcomb liod un accident las week while doing chores, his foot slipping Into a hole throwing Mm sldewlse, twisting 'the ankle, tearing loose tho llgamemts. it will bo some tilnic boCoTO he can work without cruitches. Mrs. Wortmnn's Health Mm. Ernest Wortman wont to itlie Buffalo Center Jiospital laslt week for a physical oxnaninrttlon but itho Doctore found no organic trouble. •She Is suffering from an anemic condition. Itlrthday Sm-prlso is Given— A .number of friends surprised Mrs. Meyers on her birthday, February 14. After a social evening lunch was served and she was pro- •sented with some lovely gifts. 'Iremcn Called Out Twice— The fire whistle called out itho Ire department Saturday forenoon x) the Klocke residence wihere a Ismail fire dn the basement was burning some clothes but it was put out before the hose was turned on. damage was reported. The fire siren- called out itlie fire department Thursday about six o'clock in he afternoon but the fire proved to be a leaky kerosene stove which was carried oult and no damage was done.. The fire was at Dr. Mumler's lome. Attend Algona Music Fest— The Rev. and Mrs. P. O. Johnson, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Harry Warburton, and Edith Buxton went to Algona Sunday evening to attend .he Algona district Music festival at the public school auditorium. It proved a real treat for music lovers. Estherville and Belmond won iK3t place In A Choirs and Burt in B c'holrs. Tht Rev. and Mrs, Johnson sang in the A choirs. 3roup Plays Volley Ball— The following went to Mason City last week Wednesday evening where .hey played volley ball with the Mason City team, at the Y. M, C: A. )r. H. H. Murray, Nick Behrends, y Smith, Dr. R. Williams, Harry Warburlton, the Rev. P. O. Johnson, fruman Turley, Arch' Pedger, Lou Thaves and Fred Schroeder. ^akotans to Roosevelt Dinner— The following from Lakota attended the Roosevelt banquet at Algona last week Tuesday evening: Mes- srs Bent and Quince Coder, A. J. Bargur, E. R. Worley, William and Truman Turley, Wm. Baum, Hank "Ichroeder, Dr. H. H. Murray, Harry Mussman, Ant Schissel, U. B. Dressman, and Guy Beemer. Aid will Present Quilt- Mrs. J. H. Wai-burton entei-tained ihe Methodist Add society last week Wednesday afternoon, and 25 women attended. Mrs. S. Wai-burton had charge of devotions. The Aid will quilt a qoilit for Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Prdngle, of Knoxville, work ito benin nexlt week, Declamatory Winners Choseu — The high school declamatory con- teat was held at the school auditorium Thursday evening. Billy Powers ivoh first place in the oratorical class, Chares Peterson in humorous class and Betty Ley dn the dramatic. Th« school orchestra and girls' glee club furnished music. Missionary Play is Planned- Mrs. W. E. Ley entertained the Presbyterian Missionary 'Society Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Williams -was assistant, (hoatess. Mra. William Schroeder led devotions. Pern Lewis and Mildred Bar- Farowcll for Wlrtjes Family — A neighborhood polity was given at the John. Wlrtjes home Saturday evening in (honor of (the Wirtjes who will move March 1. George Winters Loses Mother— George Winter's mother, who ed at Independence, la. passed away last week and funeral services were held Saturday. Kossuth County, Iowa; C. tf. €retzmeyer; D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Lu. Verne State Hank, Lu Verne, Iowa,; P. V. Janse; Haggard & Waller; Paul Trauger and Mrs. Paul Trauger, his wife, Defendants. To Bmyfl Fechner: You are hereby ' notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county, the petition of Algona Building & Loan association, Algona, Iowa, in the above entitled cause of action, claiming of the defendant, Minni Fcchner, personal Judgment dn the aggregate sum of Eight Hundred Thirty-eight and 41/100 Dollars ($838.41), with interest thereon at the rate of eight per cent from December first, 1933, as Justly duo plaintfif, Algona Building and Loan Association as follows: $824.87 as 'balance due on one certain written promissory note dated the 26th day of A-pril, 1929, signed by Paul Kechner and Minni Fechner, payable to Algona Building and Loan Association, in monthly installments as therein provided. $7.54 as amount due for advancement made by plaintiff for insur- ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. April 1934, term. Algona Building and Loan Association, Algona, Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Minni Fechner, Emyl Fechner and Mrs. Emyl Fechner, his wife; Lena Trauger (sometimes known as Helene E. Trauger) and T. A. Trauger, her husband; Minni Fechner as executrix of the os- tate of Paul Fechner, deceased; I Board Proceedings February 15, 1934 Auditor's Office, February 15, 1934. •Board of 'Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment •\ylth all members present. Motion by Balgeman and seconded LEGAL NOTICES IN EQUITY NO. 13780 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB AUTHORITY TO SELL SIIEIt- IFF'S CERTIFICATE OF SALE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. i. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To all Depositors and Creditors of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom May Concern: It ih and to said mortgaged premises be decreed to be Junior and interior to the lien of plaintiff's mortgage and Judgment; that the equity of redemption of each and all of said defendants, in and to said mortgaged premises .be forever Imrred and foreclosed, and. that a Special Execution issue for the sale of said premises, and that said premises be sold at special execution sale, and that on and after the elate of sale, all right, title and interest of the defendants, and each of them, in and to said mortgaged premises be forever barred and foreclosed, except such rights of redemption as are expressly reserved by law, and that t if any part of said mortgaged premises 6e sold under this decree and not redeemed within one year from the date of sale that a Writ of Possession issue under the seal of this Court directed to the Sheriff of this County, commanding him to put the purchaser under this foreclosure in possession thereof. Said .petition further asking that a Receiver be appointed to take immediate possession of the mortgaged premises, to rent same during the period of redemption allowed by law, with authority to collect all rents, profits and income accruing therefrom, and to apply same, after first deducting costs MAH'S HEART STJPpfiT ^S?,3 fas that his heart >eats after eating. mybhing and'Reel's 'Usby, Druggist. Te? liquid Tabled, 8tth . „ ni,„„!,,. «i_u -. . . i "OS ance premium of $7.'25 advanced on or about May 2, 1933. $6.00 as amount due for advancement made by plaintiff for continuation of abstract of title preparatory to foreclosure. Said petition further asking as against each and all of the defendants to this action the foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage given to secure the note herein described, dated the 20th day of April, 1929, signed 'by Paul Fechner and Minni Fechner, and covering the premises described as: The East One Third of Lot Seven (7), and West One Third of Lot Eight (8), Block Two Hundred Twenty-six (226), of CaJH's Addition to Algona, Iowa, and asking that the Judgment entered in this cause may be decreed to be a lien upon the' mortgaged premises from the date of said mortgage, and that all right, title, interest, lien and claim of each and all of the above named defendants and expenses of said receivership j> upon the taxes accruing on said premises, insurance, necessary repairs, and upon the indebtedness secured toy plaintiff's mortgage. And asking for the costs of this action, including attorney's fees, and for such other and further relief as shall be Just and equitable. No personal Judgment ia asked against any of the defendants, except the defendant Minni Fechner. For further .particulars see petition now on file. NOW, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the next term of said Court, being the April, 1934, term thereof, to be begun and held at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, in said -county, commencing on April 2nd, 1934, default will be entered against you and Judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of eaid petition. ViAN NESS & STILLMAN, 22-&5 Attorneys for Plaintiff. by Cosgrove that H. M. Smith, County Engineer, Is hereby directed to make a report on the roads most urgently In need of construction In Kossuth county for the year :934. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Helken that County Treasurer's Soml-Annual report be approved and published as provided by law. Ayes: AJ'1» BESOUUTIOfN iBe It Mesolved by the Board of Su_ . Appropriated Expended Funds- 1934 1933 General County $ 75,000.00 7903433 Court . 1,500.00 4',430.38 Poor 40,000.00 42,04590 State Insane 10,000.00 11 654 61 T. B. Eradication ... 2,500.00 135239 Soldiers' Relief " 3,600.00 aWsS Fairgrounds 1,200.00 1,45300 Secondary Roads: Construction 90,000.00 105 730 "x) Maintenance 130,000.00 S9.875.1S perviBora of Kossuth county, Iowa, that the amounts aa shown In the first column of table below are appropriated for the year 1934 for the various funds of the county to the several offices and departments of county government for the purposes set out in detail In the budget now on file in the office of the County Auditor and which Is hereby adopted this 15th day of February. 1934. Expended 1932 94,810.50 4,069.78 42,457.00 17,067.00 21,289.00 3,379.00 1,506,00 114,034.00 179,312.08 Balance Jan. 1.1934 40,153.27 328.17 *2,244.12 2,645.61. B,321.95 3,212.77 550.64 59,600.60 106,030.76 Anticipated Receipts '34 37,711.00 1,000.00 37,711.00 9,000.00 .00 3,711.00 1,885.00 91,632.00 115,296.58 Receipts 1933 74.290.51 1,022.93 36,692.63 13.465.81 .00 4,236.53 1,137.08 99,441.58 145.0U.38 Receipts 1932 86.33S.16 39.92 50,774.42 16,030.63 369.17 2,358.59 2,186.05 134.061.15 94,645.09 (Ovedraftg-shown by *), Ayes: All. Adopted this 16th day of February, A, D. 1934, Motion by Helken and seconded by Balgeman that Secondary Road Petitions Nos. 269 - 270 - 271 - 272 - 273274 - 275 - 276 - 277 - 278 279 - 3SO - 281 - 282 - 283 - 2S4-2S5-2S6-287be placed on file. Ayes: All, Motion by Helken and seconded by McDonald that the recommendation of Dr. 'RJstine, Superintendent of State Hospital at Cherokee, Iowa, be approved and that Carrie Larson and Mary Person be paroled. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to Court Room. 'Board of Supervisors of Kogsuth lounty and Representatives of the Townships met as a Board of Approval with following persons present: 'Board of Supervisors: (Blalgeman, Cosgrove, IHelken, McDonald and Morris. TOWINSHIP RIHKRIESENTATIVES Buffalo Township Absent g urt — K. ~d7~Ewoldt Cresco _ Chester Robinson Paul Cody Absent .................... . arfleld ------------ Joseph Schaller ___ ............ ijbbe "Winter Greenwood _________ A. A. Fangman GTran ,t ......... ------------- Absent Harrison .......... _____ Peter Looft Hebron ................... __ Absent Irvlngton ----- ...... Henry Elseheid Ledyard . ........... j. JH. Holcomb Lincoln ------------ j as . Warburton. Lotts Creek ........... Albert Potratz Lu Verne .......... _G. F. Chambers Poland ............ .-win R ln gsdorf Plum Creek -------- ......... Absent Prairie ------------- John Arndorfer Ed i .............. Rlvedlale ._ ....... __________ Absent . ........... _ ...... . C. Gast Sherman .......... Aaron W. Stcussy fcprlngfleld ------- ........... Absent f. w f a .............. - ___ O. A. Jensen Union ...... -------- Art Crulkshank Wesley ___________ Absent Whittomore ... .JT.V-VHenry Schultz Meeting organized and on motion by Helken and seconded by Cosgrove that Charles Morris act as Chairman, Ayes: All. Motion by E w oldt and seconded by Balgeman that E. J. Butler, County « ' act as se °retary. Ayes: All Motion by Droessler and seconded by Ewoldt that following resolution be adopted : WHEREAS, H. M. Smith, County Engineer, presented his report to the Board of Approval and each representative of township was given an opportunity to examine said report in regard to road program for his respective townshlo. and. You are hereby notified that 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 to sell and assign without recourse to Carl G. Klingaman, of Emmetsburg, Iowa, for the sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars (11,760.00) a certain Sheriff's Certificate of Sale covering Lot Ten (10) of the W. G. Middleton's Sub-division of Block Twenty- One (21), of Corbin and Lawler's Plat of Emmetsburg, Palo Alto County, Iowa, according to the terms set out in said application to which, you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the hearing on eaid Application will be had at the Courthouse in Algona Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 9th day of March, A. D. 1934, at 2 o clock p. m., of said day, at which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why on Order should not be entered authorizing said sale, D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa By HARRY V. HUH,, * Receiver. ownshlp, and, WHHRlEiAS, the County Engineer having read the road "report m- menains the roads to be improved during 1934, now therefore, BE IT RESOLVED by this Board of ap PPP rove a d that th ° "Port be ° f . All members voting "aye." (See road record for Engineer's Report) and dul >" seconded n t Approval adjourned sub- ot CBoarii of Supervls- ad- One thirty o'clock— Board ^T"™ 1 to members present Ayes: All. per bid. i i "•' ***. luv auu bid. Ayes: All. ye thtWm H ah,e „ f . , -W WW *.***! bid Ayes: All. as per con- bridges In Kossuth county be renewed for the year 1934. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Helken that open ditch right-of- way claims be allowed: Dr. H-K Jt. No. 2— ChrlstI Movick— NW 1-4 SW 1-4 35-94-30 NE 1-4 SW 1-4 35-94-30" Edward O. Wehrspann— SB 1-4 SW 1-1 35-94-30 Wendei Gartner- No. Acres 3.62 .10 3.72 3.70 N 3-4 B 1-2 34-94-34 12.3 Bankers' Life Company— NE 1-4 NE 1-4 13-98-29 6 SB 1-4 NE 1-4 13-98-29 •NW 1-4 N\V 1-4 lS-98-28"__Z 8.2 3.9 7.8 Mptoin by Helken and seconded by Balgeman that J3.00 refund be given John Lons Jr. for female dog- killed since he licensed it for the year 1934 Ayes: All. Motion by Halgeman and seconded by McDonald that County Treasurer's Annual IKoport be approved. Ayes All. On motion 'Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. March 1, 1934. E. J. BUTiEIR, County Auditor Semi-Annual Report Jnn A « - i J 'i?« £f * y ' ?, reasu r er ot Kossuth county, Iowa, for the period from June 1, 1933, to December 31, 1933, Inclusive 1933, Inclusive. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS BY FtTNDS •PUNDS- Balanoe Juno 1,1933 General State Revenue $ 34,837 55 3oldiers Bonus I.II" 5,752.17 General County " 45,599 89 Court Expense 2,44791 Poor '..'.' 5,786.60 State Insane 2,238.16 Secondary Road construction 05,3-13.01 Secondary Koad Maintenance 82,734.28 County 'Bridge 27.20 County Cash Road vn'm County School 7«'l2 Soldiers' iRelief __I 246587 Bridge Bond 4's72.'73 Co. Cash (Road Bond 'SS'OS Diverted Interest School Districts Llbrafy" 2479 Motor Vehicle „ 2253713 Principal of School 269 Cemetery — ' ra Temporary "School Teachers' Institute Bovine T. B. . . Domestic Animal ~~ 2'98300 County Fair Grounds"! ...... lisa M City Special Assessments '21013 Corporation Funds """ ' School District Funds balances > - "2867.98 ___ Prl. Road 'Bond Redemp'tlon" 3,417.«> 'Special Assessment 'Refunds 109 87 Secondary Road Redempt. " 167'68 Secondary Road Assmts. _." 8,66912 PH-Secondary Road Redempt. *24.<Mi Total Balances BSSIMM Overdrafts ^~"-~~.~ H692.1B Total -------- 't Overdrafts sho w n"by"~* ---- * Receipts 63,557.80 7,676.90 45,178.61 620.25 21,705.19 7,883.54 72.154.SO 87,698.73 7,170.17 2,642.89 4,667,&5 23,537.57 6,491.79 1,213.20 24,586.75 1,048.16 1,335.08 77.50 804.80 685.41 879.50 30,547.07 2-17,783.44 44,670.63 6,254.16 24.89 Disbursements 73,767.68 7,145.25 42,009.72 2,560.2421,270.12 7,692.20 76,685.83 63,871.96 0,317.84 1,549.19 5,0(6.69 11,146.67 6,491.79 &S7.43 11,597.00 1,194.68 8,399.57 13S.95 13,58 1,735.97 1,489.80 772.48 87,238.01 262,853.34 29,630.38 3,245.00 8,460.25 Balance Dec. 31, '33 24,627.77 6,283.82 48.768.78 507.92 6,221.73 2,549.41 60,811.98 106,461.04 27.20 222.32 1,578.45 3,459.57 4,034.69 12,972.96 E50.51 35,506.38 2.69 828.49 4,896.24 202.62 B.444.26 1,531.83 556.64, 317.15 7,266.47 86,475.90 125,039.13 172.60 109.87 167.68 ",463.03 .82 558,579.65 *1,893.05 J710.082.83 $681,861.04 *556,6S6.60 On hand June 1, 1934 RBOrPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS RI3CEIPTS From Current Taxes,"f932 From delinquent taxes, l&aTamf 'pTior'yeaTs' and costs Drainage taxes ~ City Special AsseBsments"?Tinv?nS.~~n;«r_1"rr.-r State . Gasoline Diverted Motor Dog Interest Sale of 'acho'o'r bpoks *ees from County Fees from Oonntv laaSJ^BSSSS Fees •«„ ~ , " — "• KJ11V1J11. — — — — — .. — — •.«•„,„.. Miscellaneous receipts -, Total (Receipts * 2£&J*?3E?!> re «ipts manTTDt3ra County Auditor's f\ , "" i'**«itM y road Dfinna *"""•---------•... aSS S » ^^ "i I ---^ :: Clerks' receipts ._._; preslde nta of School Hist. _.~ 491,756.82 26,933.08 6,734.00 42,007.47 879.60 6,279.02 41,C29.IX) 8,491.79 2S8.42 55.00 1,335.68 77.50 950.00 24,566.75 328.45 313.42 224.00 1,085.48 1,068.74 146.03 2.00 1,217.60 2,244.17 833.10 13,069.41 801.00 88.270.60 tl.23g.647.(H 87.332T74 1*0,202.78 28.491.27 4.000.00 7,127.50 3.216.00 87,300.48 262,683.40 1.083.13 ao.76e.GO 620.74 10.00 89.0n.50 iliecks Colds ^iainno^i;;;;^ FINE LAXATIVE Most Speedy BUSH DIRECTOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Newspaper FoundtdiJ Entered aa Second-uia*i' ' December 81, IDOS. at th» / at Algona, Iowa, Under ti of March 2, 1579. ===—. LAWYERS W. B. Quarton Phones: QUAKTON A Law OfflccR Office 427. Algona. Iowa, J. TJ. BONAIl Attorney-at-Uw Office Iowa State Bank Office phone 468-W. 8UI.MTATf, HcMAIlON 41 J. W. Sullivan S. E. ! L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Uw Phones: Office, 261; j w « ' S. 403. Algond HARRINGTON & R. 3. Harrington J, D,I| Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 H. J, Office over Postofflct'l B. J. TAN HESS, G. W. ST Lawyers Office over Iowa State Phone 218-W. 3. D. Shumway E. D.I 8HUHWAY ft KELlI'f Attorneys-at-Law dfflce In Quinby Block! Phone 68 I-. A. WINKEL Atttontey-nt-Lan Office in Qulnby Bul!dlE|| Phone 180 HtttAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-l.nn Office over Iowa State 1 Phone 206. Algom,! P. A. DAN80H Attorney. A t-Lan Office over Iowa State I Phones: Office, 460-j.; R«l CABKOL A. WANDEB1 Attorney-nt-Iaw Office over Posto(fl«.| Phone 65 . Algi A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCIIII THEODOEE C. HC Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 DOCTORS JOHN N. KJ5NEFICK Phyelclun and Bn Office over Rexall Drug! Office phone 300 Res. phone 826. C. H. CEETZMEYEH,I,ll Burgeon and I'liysiti Office John Galbraith 1 Phones 444-310. Ugona P. T. JAN8E, M. D, . Pliyilclan and Hnrj«oil Office on South Dodge Btir Phones: Office, 666; ra Algona, Iowa WALTER FBABEB, X.) Physician and Surgeon I Office to Qulnby Bldg., Rooul Phone No, 12 XBLYIN G. BOUBM Phyilclan aud Barged! Office In Poatofflce BtoiJ Phones: Office, 197; W. D. ANDREWS, ».«j Oiteopathle Phyiiclan and [ Located In General H« ' Phonea: Office 187. R»j DENTISTS DB. H. V. OLSOS Dentist. Qaa or novocalne u traction. located over Chrlstensen 1 Phonea: Business 166, re Algona, Iowa j , "" ,, YETEKINARIjlSSl I,. W, FOX J, B. WINKE1 Veterinarians West State Street, Phones: Office, 476-W.:j» INSUBANCB KOSSUTH COUNTY Over J16,000,000 worth o'i In force. A home compaajj secure. D. D. PaxsoA MIMEOGRAPf ADVAN(

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