Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA .THURSDAY. New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments fere too high we will refi- friance your car for you. Prompt and courteous ireatment. II. N. KRCSE I1VSUKANCE AGENCY ^Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSSUTH COUNTT ADVAJfCB Weekly Newspaper Founded in 190; Entered as Second-Class Matter December 31, IOCS, at the Postofflo* at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS ,W. B. Quarton H. W. Mllle' QUAUTON * MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence Jl4 Algona, Iowa. J. I,. UONAR Attorney-at-Luw Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iow» BtJLLITAJf, IfcMAnOJf & LrN J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahor L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., SOS B. E. McM., 403. Algona, Iowa IIAItRmjTON & LOTVE B. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe Attorneys-at-Law Phone 2S7 R. J. H. 440 Office over Postofflce. School at Ledyard Takes Part in Music Contest B. 3. TAN NESS, G. W. STILLMAJ Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algena, lows O. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHDMWAY A KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block Phone 58 Alpona, low. L. A. WIMvEL Atttorncy-at-LnYF Office in Quinby Building Phone 180 j ——__^——_^_____ HIUAM B. AV1IITE Attorney-at-Luw Office over Iowa State Bank, phone 208. Algona, Iowa P. A. DAJfSON Atlfirney-At-LniY Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 4GO-J.; Res. 315 CARROL A. TVANDEB Attorney-at-Iaw Office over Postofflce. Phone 65 Algrona, la, A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 Algona DOCTORS JOIO N. KENEFICK Physician nnd Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 826. C. H. CEETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician, Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. low* P. V. JANSE, M. I). Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, 88t Algona, Iowa i — .„___^___ WALTER FttASEB, M. I). Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 >i —— . _ JHELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 21} MANY PUPILS IN TESTS AT BRITT MEET Loclynnl, 'Mn.rcih 117—The loon! bund and orchestra pl;iyed in :i sub-district music contest at Britt Friday nigh I. Band members are: cornets, Tllmcr TIalvorson, Kenneth Thompson, I-Kiis Wilson, tmetta Oollvaus, Edith Log'an, and Robert Barskni; ctariuWts, Idah Telkamp, IjiMlan KlinksleU, I-lenrlotta O'Keefc, Alvira, Halvoreon, Arlowe Blomer, Betty llaitzener, Kut-h Estle; sax- aiihones, Aluynard White, Doris Welfare, Li.vla Ilamm; trombones, Jlel- vln Jxigoniann, .lames Logan, Al- bc'i't Guetz; baritone, Cleo Gable; alto, Klhi Cloetz; bass, Howard Dyer; drums, Lillian Panders and Rolland smith. The band played the Lustsplel overture, Zenith overture, and Military Escort march. They were marked excellent. The orchestra consists of violins, Alice Hagge, Adah Telkamp, Ella Goetz, Esther .Tunkermeler, Alei- tlia Brack, Lillian Sanders, La A'aun FaJ-row, Venia Berglund; pia.n- iff., HenflMtta O'Jveel'e; btuss viol, Lois AVilwon; cello, Delores Hasse- brack; cUu'inets, Idah Telkamp I-/11- lian Ivlinkseck; saxaphones, Doris Welfare. Lyla I-Iamm; 'trumpets; Tilmer Halvoreon, Kenneth Thompson; trombones, James Logan; di'iims, Alviva Halvorson and Rollajid Smith. The orchestra played ballet music No. 2 from Ilosemun'de tt-nd War March of the Priests. This Kroup was raited good, and Saturday t'ho following evente were entered: tenor solo, IIHLs of Home, by Kenneth Thompson; baritone solos Trees and Sylvia by James Logan; eoprano solo, Brown Bird Singing, Lois Wilson; clarinet trio, Idah Telkamp, Henrietta O'KeeCe, and Lillian Klinkslek, On Venice Waters and Woodland Echoes; trombone solo, Pipes of Pan, James Logan; trumpet solo, Honeysuckle Polka, Tilmer Halvorson; violin solo, Polish Dance, Alice H'agg-p; sitring group, Alice Hagge, Esther Junkermeier, Ella O-oc-tz and Lillian Sanders, Air do Ballet from Alcestra. The g-irls glee club eang In the Time of Roses and Biuhm's Cradle Song. Members of the club are: first sopranos;, Elaine Blome, Ada Baumami, Lillian Klinkslek, Lois Wilson. Ella Gootz, Anna Jones; GCC- ond soprano, Marvel Drew, Henrietta O'Keefe, Edith Logan, Evelyn Mayne, Luetta Gelhaus, Jlildi-ed Vaughn, Estiher Junkermeier; and alto, La Vaun Farrow, Pearl Hag-g, Gertrude Dornell, Aleitha Brack| Lillian Sanders, Doris "Welfare! Muriel Reece and Edna Schwartz. Alvira Halvorson is their pianist. V. A. Barret has charge of all the music except violins, whdch Is taught by Miiss Randall, who was also accompanist for the other numbers. Official ratings for Saturday's eveiuts have -not been received at this writing. It. 15. Hoys Itaiuiuet Guests— I-xist wet-K Wednesday evening the basket ball girls served a banquet for the boys team. The high school fucu'jty ami -Mrs. Barrett, Mr. Moulon, Mrs. Lauritxen and Miss Kiti-y were other guests. Mr. Granner icled as toatilmaslcr and the follow, ng itoaats were yiven: Experiences it Algona, and Ma&o-n City by Jamce Logan; Thrills at Cedar Falls, Kenneth Thompson; Playing the Game, William Barnes; Our Boys, George Mou'Jton; Success of -the Season, Mr. Lauritzen. A reading, Encour- igement, was given by Edith Logan Jnd Cleo Gtvble. Then a demonsttra- "tion of the high school broadcasting the Ledyard Martelle game. Some of the basketball girls were the team aivi played the game while "Andy" broadcast it. TT. D. AND11EAVS, B. 0. Oiteopnthlc I'hyslclun and Barge«m Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187. Rea. 888. DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON BentlBt, Qaa or novocalne used for extraction. Located over Chrlstensen Store. Phones: Business 166, residence 47» Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS 1. W. FOX 1 B. M'INKEL Veterinarians "West State Street, Algona Phonea: Office, 475-W.: res. 476-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTT MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Orer $16,000,000 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Safe •eoure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary. MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE >Ugona, Iowa tion Wanted 'ANT Murray Uiulcrkoflcr Patient— Junanlta, Uiulerkofler spenit the week-end In Biifct. She reoeived word last week that 'her brother Murray, who is at Noti'e Daime U, is in a hospital ait South Bend, Ind., with an aititack of tvppendioltls. Dad Jeiiks Home Sold— Mr. 'and Mrs. C. T. Junkins, Oma- iia, ciuno laat week Wednesday. They sold their property, the "Dad Jc-nlcs house" to D. A. Link, Swea City, w*hile here. Knster Cantata Next Sunday— The M. B. choir will! sing an Ea& ter cantata Sunday night, and Friday evening they are singing the -same cantata in the M. B. church at Lakota. Music Festival is Given— Last week Tuesday night the mu- Hie department gave a festival <to raiso fund.s for expenses ait ,tJhe 'Brlitt music contest. Ben Lynch Bnby Sick— The Ben Lynch baby is ill with pneumonoia. Mrs. Lynch is a/t tho home of ihnr sdster, (Mary Schultz, with the baby. New Postmistress Appointed— The Sunday Register reported thojt Mrs. Klla McDonald has been ap pointed posltmistress here. Other LedYard News. \Botty and Marjorls Matzener went to Des Moines Sunday ^\ith Claude Reece. They returned Monday and Lumetta Reece and Blanche Rotter man returned with them after a month's visut there. Mrs. Dave Frlest and daughter Maj-jorie came home fi-ona Buffalo Center hospital last week Wednea day. Lydia Junkei-meier Is helping with the work. LOANS (Continued from page 1.) Melvln Nelson, Sec. g Bu-rt, 200 bu $ Melvln Nelson, Sec. 8 Burt, 870 bu. $167 H. L. Gilmore, Section 27, Burt 1500 bu $875 H. L. Giilmore. Section 27, Burt 16<K> bu $720 Ralplh Hurlburt, Sec. 38 Burt, 450 bu $203 J. G. McDonald, Sec. ?4 Bunt, 1100 bu $49.5 Bmnnft Staehle, sec. 23 Burt,' 680 bu '. |308 (!. 1'. lUnveott, SPC. 14 Kurt, GOO 1m $2'<!5 , litlffiilo. 13. A. Meokler, Sec. 17 BuCfalo, 500 bu $22*5 Mrs. Julia Reynolds, Sex;. 23 Buffalo -ISO bu $216 Crvsco. W. L. Martin & B. F. Sparks, Sec. 20 Cresco, GOO bu $270 H. O. Hjustrom, Section 4 Cresco, 530 bu $241 R. O. Bjttstrom, Section 4 Cresco, 2HC bu $133 Eagle. O. E. Bu.tteru-orth, Sec. 27 Br 750 bu $338 F.mil O'Greon, Section 21 Eagle, 400 bu $180 Em 11 O'Green, Section. 21 Eagle, 700 bu $315 Fenton. X. L. Cotton, Sec. 14 Fenton, 300 bu $135 Harvey Hath, Soc. |]5 Fenton, 235 bu $116 10. C. Wefabrod, Sec. 19 Fenton. 350 bu $15S 3. C. Weitfbrod, Sec. la Fenton,, 350 bu $15S Herman \\ r . Gadc, Sec. 20 Fenton, SOO bu $360 German. :T. R. Tronary, Soc. 6 German, 00 bu $315 3. R. Trenary, Sec. C German, 700 bu $315 Ben Franzen, Soc. 36 German, 550 bu $248 }ick Beenken, Sec. 32 German, i500 bu $225 3ick Boenkon, Sec. 32 German, SOO bu $3GO John & Chris Helmer, Sec. 26 German, SOO bu $360 John & Chris Helmer, Sec. '26 Gorman, 700 bu $315 John & Chris Helmer, Sec. 34 German, Wo bu $275 John & Ohris H&lmer, Sec. 34 German, 590 bu $266 John Harringa, Sec. 16 German, SOO bu $270 John Harringa, Sec. 16 German, 600 bu $270 John Uken, Sec. 31 German, 950 bu $423 Ben Beenken, Section 9 German, 1300 bu $585 Ben Beenken, Section 9 German, 11600 bu $720 Bankers Life Co. Sec. 6 German, 2400 bu $1080 Bankers Life Co. Sec. 4 German, >100 bu $9-15 Bankers Life Co. Sec. 5 German, 2000 bu $900 Bankers Life Co. Sec. 5 German, 1400 bu $630 Bankers Life Co. Sec. 9 German, 2000 bu $900 itlenette Geerdes, Sec. S German, 450 bu $203 Stienctte Geerdes, Sec. S German, 750 bu $338 Stienetto Geerdes, Sec. 8 German, SOO bu $360 op Risius, Section 3 German, 1100 bu $495 Joe Risius, Section 3 German, 2450 bu $1107 Garfield. '. \V. Johnson, Sec. 34 Garfield, 1000 bu $450 P. W. .ToViTison, Sec, 34 G-arfieM, 1200 bu $540 Dominic Zeimet, Sec. 13 Garfield, 1SOO bu $S10 Mike H. Klepper, Sec. 15 Garfield, 850 bu t . 5333 Bankers Life, Sec. 36 Garfield, 1400 bu $630 Bankers Life, Sec. 22 Garfield, 750 bu idwin G.-ule, Sec. 5 Garfield, 950 bu $423 Joseph H. Schaller, Sec. 22 Garfiled, SOO bu $3GO Fred Black Jr. Sec. 31 Garfiled, 6UO bu $270 Ernest Fchr, Section 117 Garfield, 750 bu $338 Irnest Felir, Section 117 Garfield, 650 bu '$293 Anna. Wirtz, Sec. 7 Garfiold, 650 bu J293 Mrs. Walter Jackson, 'Sec. 21 Gar- flelcl, SOO bu $3Go Grant. Delbert Hunt, Soc. 30 Grant, -GOO bu $225 Wm. Speicher, Sec. 9 Grant, 400 bu Wm. Speicher, Sec. 9 Grant, 800 bu $360 C. H. Steinberg-er, Sec. 28 Grant, 625 bu $281 Budd Rich, Section 36 Grant, '500 bu $22 Budd Rich, Section 36 Grant, SOO bu $225 Buc\d Rich, Section 36 Grant, 400 bu jigo O. E. Butterworth Sec. 23 Grant 200 bu $90 O. E. Butterworth, Sec. 23 Grant, 400 bu $180 Gr«eu\vood. A.. W. Schiltz, Sec. 14 Greenwood, 1106 bu $4.95 A. \y. Sohiltz, Sec. 14 Greenwood, 1100 bu $495 A. w. Kchiltz, Sec. 14 Greenwood, 2100 bu. $945 A. W. Stihiltz, Sec. 14 Greenwood, 2100 bu. $945 Greenwood. Olo A. Johannesen, Sec. 19 Greenwood, 400 bu $180 E. M. Joaison, Sec. 25 Greenwood, 850 bu $38 Bankers Life Co. Sec. 13 Greenwood 1300 bu $585 Hebron. August F. Melz, Sec, 85 Hebron, 450 bu $ 2<)3 Otto H. Boettcher, Sec. 10 Hebron, 600 bu $270 Otto H. Boettcher, Sec. 10 Hebron, 700 bu $315 Mrs. Aug-usta Maas, Sec. S3 Hebron, 2000 bu $900 Mrs. Augusta Maas Sec. 33 Hebron, 2000 bu $900 O. N. Thompson, Sec. 16 Hebron., 600 bu $270 Harrison. Nellie R. Anderson, Sec. 2H> Harrison, 700 bu $315 Katie Berks, Sec. 4 Harrison,' 750 bu ?388 W. J. Himmel, Sec. l Harrison, 600 bu $225 W. J. Himmel, Sec. i Harrison, 900 bu |40 E. C. Peterson, Sec, 7 Harrison. •400 bu jigi Irrington. Alvin L. Weber, Sec. 33 Irvington, 1400 bu $63i Theo Goedera, Sec. 23 Irvington, 1200 bu $54( Theo Goeders, Sec. 23 Irvington, 700 bu J3H Tlheo Goeders, Sec. 23 Irvington, 900 bu $405 P. J. KoWhaaa & J. A. Har%, Bee. 24 Irvington, noo bu $495 P. J. KoMhaas & j. A. Hanlg-, Sec. 24 Irvington, HOO *> u $495 George Wold, Sec. 83 Irvington, £00 bu $270 James F. Black Sec. 19 Irvington. 1250 bu $5c Lawrence Pfedffer, Seo. 10 Irving- ton, 650 bu $293 Susan Uerce, Sec. 34 Irvlnglon, 1700 bu $705 Lincoln. Gust J. Koppen, Sec. 20 Lincoln, 390 bu $176 Fred Ubbcn, Sec. 29 Lincoln, 6-50 bu $2!)3 Annn. Zingg Jistate, Sec. 1 Lincoln, 1200 bu $540 Michael Christ Jr., Sec, 5 Lincoln, 800 bu $360 Jennie Gutknecht, Sec. IS Lincoln, 250 bu $113 Jennie Gutknecht, Sec. 18 Lincoln, 350 bu $158 Mrs. Augusta Maas, Sec. 4 Lincoln, in 00 bu $405 "\Iiis. Augusta Maas, Sec. 4 Lincoln, 900 bu $40-1 Anne Xlngg, Section ,1- Lincoln,500 bu $22-5 Vnno Zlngg, Section |]i Lincoln, 1000 bu $450 Leonard Christ, Sec. 38 Lincoln, 380 bu $171 Richard Price, Sec. 3 Lincoln, 300 bu. $135 'oe Risius, Sec. 35 Lincoln, 750 bu $338 i'hn W. Frey, Sec. 13 Lincoln, 700 bu $31 Lu Verne '. Geo. Balz, Sec. 35 Lu "Verne, 1100 bu $495 G. H. Oxlcy, Sec. 11 Lu Verne, 1300 bu $585 iVilllam Grams, Sec. G Lu Verne, 500 bu! $22>5 rile/heal Wegner, Sec. 19 Lu Vorne, 1300 bu $585 \Ilcheal Wegner, Soc. 19 Lu Verne, 11200 bu $540 Ynttiur -Hof, Sec. 35 Lu Verne, 1550 bu $698 Arthur Hof, Sec, 35 Lu Verne, 1-500 bu $675 Pred G. Merkle, Sec. 23 Lu Verne, 950 bu. $423 George Oxley, Sec. 3 Lu Verne, 1300 bu s-sBS Fred Baumgantner, Sec. 31 Lu- Verne, 1700 bu $76 . H. Miller,, Sec. 29 Lu Verne, 2500 bu $1120 -. H. MiUer, Sec, 29 Lu Verne, 2600 bu $1170 Lotts Creek. Catherine O'Brien, Sec. 3(1 Lotts Creek, 920 bu $414 "ohn J. Hagan, Sec. 17 Latts Creek, 950 bu $423 :has E. Roupe,, Sec. 34 Lotts- Creek, 665 bu $299 V. A. Lelninger, Sec. 22 Lotts- Creek, 700 bu $3(115 August Mielke, Section 12 Lotts Creek, 460 bu $207 Vugust Mielke, Section 12 Lotts Creek, 480 bu $216 Frank Bestonlehner, Sec. 19 Lotts Creek, 1200 bu $540 Robert E. Lieeener, Sec. 10 Lotts- Creek, 1000 bu $450 <Ubert Kressdn, Sec. 12 Lotts- Creek, 2SO bu $113 Ledyarcl. V. E. Gutknechit, 'Sec. 34 Ledyard, SOO bu ^360 V. Guitknecht, Section 26 Ledyard, 800 bu $3co V. Guitkneoht, Section 26 Ledyard, 1000 bu ". $450 Tlce Brack, Sec. 16 Ledyard, 1200 $540 Tice Brack, Sec. n.6 Ledyard, 400 bu ?180 Tdco Brack, Sec. aG Ledyard, 1000 bu $ 450 Plum Creek. itanley E. Keirtih, Sec. 9 Plum Creek, 1200 bu $540 j. W. Keith, Sec. 4 Plum Creek, 700 bu 531,5 Arnold Gade, Sec. 28 Lotts Creek, 500 bu $225 E. McEnroe, Sec. 26 Plum Creek, 1400 bu $630 J. E. McEnroe, Sec. 26 Plujn Creek, 500 bu $225 J. E. McEnroe, Sec. 26 Plum Creek, 400 bu $150 J. E. McEnroe, Sec. 26 Plum Creek, 700 bu $315 J. E. McEnroe, Sec. 35 Plum. Creek, 2000 bu $900 J. E. McEnroe, Sec. 35 Plum Creek, 2500 bu $1126 W. A. -Blelcli, Sec. 9 Plum Creek, $270 W. A. Blelcih, Sec. 9 Plum Creek, 500 bu $225 Geo. OSenschoter, Sec. 31 Plum, Creek,, 500 bu $225 W. H. Aitwegg-, Sec, 15 Plum 240 bu ?m W. H. AQtwegg, Sec. 15 Plum Creek, 660 bu $297 Mary J. Clarke, Sec. 33 Plum Creek, 2400 bu $1080 'entral Life Aesur. Soc., Sec. 36 Plum Creek, 570 bu '. $257 Central Life Aesur. Soc., Sec. 36 iPlum Creek, 570 bu '. $257 Central Life Assur. Soc., Sec. 36 Plum Creek, 570 bu. $257 lenii-al Life. Asstir. Soc., Sec' 36 Plum Creek, 570 bu. ' $257 Prairie. Loo F. Wagner, Sec. 5 Prairie, 750 bu $338 August Studer, Sec. n>5 Prairie 460 bu £207 Geo. B. Eilits, Section 27 Prairie 2000 bu. $ 90( , Geo. B. Eilits, Section 27 Prairie, i bu $3ji5 Germann, Sec. 19 Prairie, 000 1200 bu ..................... $540 Thomas Fnssel, Sec. H5 Sherman, 1500 bu ................... $675 IT. J. Rlstau, Sec. 11 Sherman, 4700 bu ................... $2115 Swen. Geo. A. Thorson, Section 15 Swea 700 bu ..................... $315 Geo. A. Thorson, Section 5 Swea' 440 bu ..................... $198 A. R. Beecoll, Sec. 3 Swea, 250 bu. ............................ $113 F. S. Cixnvell, Sec. 13 Swoa, 1100 bu ......................... $495 Wm. Thompson, Sec. 22 Swea COO bu ......................... $270 C. A. Sax-ton, Sec. 34 Swea,, 300 bu ......................... $13>5 Geo. A. Kelly, Sec. 15 Swea 1400 bu ......................... $G30 Jacob Ryg, Sec. -34 Swea, 450 bu. ............................ $203 Springfield. P. AV. Reece, Sec. 23 Springfield, 750 bu ..................... $838 Fred Rich ter, Sec. 1'5 Springfield, 1500 bu ................... $075 O. W. Reece, Sec. 35 Springfield, 800 bu ..................... $360 P. W. Reece, Sec. 35 Springfield, 1200 bu ..................... $-540 Seneca. W. R. O'Donnell, Sec. 36 Seneca, 1000 bu ................... $450 W. R. O'Donnell, Soc. 36 Seneca, 1100 bu ..................... $495 Elmer E. Hoeck, Sec. 4 Seneca, 1100 bu ..................... $495 31mer E. Hoeck, Sec. 4 Seneca, ttOOO bu ..................... $450 Union. A. CByson, Section 28 Union, 2780 bu ......................... $1251 A. Byson, Sec. 28 Union, 960 bu. ............................ $432 A. Byson, Sec. 28 Union, 1725 bu. ............................ $776 John P. Byson, Sec. G Union, 400 bu ......................... $180 W. F. Johnson, Section (19 Union, 700 bu ..................... $315 W. F. Johnson, Section 19 Union, 600 bu ..................... $270 W. F. Johnson, Section |19 Union, 1000 bu ................... $450 Julius Boas, Section no Union, 350 bu ..................... $i5S Julius Baas Section 10 Union, 760 bu ..................... $342 Julilis Baas Section 10 Union, 240 bu ..................... $ios Wuttemore. William Henry, Sec. 23 Whitte- moro, 500 bu ............... $225 Irma D. Adams, Sec. 36 Whltte- more, 17150 bu ............. $788 Roman K. Eteenbacher, Section 5 Whittemore, 300 bu ......... $135 Harvey Roth, Sec. 1 Whittemore, 1500 bu ..................... $G75 Joseph H. Sc'haller, Sec. 32 AVMt- Itemore, 950 bu ............. $423 !. E. & Frank Warner, Section 25 Whittemore, 350 bu ......... $158 f. E. & Frank Warner, Section 25 Whittemore, 750 bu ....... $3aS Mrs. W. F. Dau, Sec. s Whittemore, 650 bu ............... $293 Peter Muller, Sec. 1 Whittemore, 1600 bu ................... $700 Mrs. F. E. Heathman, Sec. 36, Whittemore, 700 bu ....... $315 Ava M. Couch, Sec. 26 Whdtte- more, 600 bu. .............. 5270 T ieRoy Farrell, Sec. 7 Whittemore, G37 bu ..................... $280 Wm. Hannover, Sec, 3 WihJtte- more, 1050 bu .......... $473 Wesley. P. H. Chaplin, Sec. 35 Wesley, 9GO bu ..................... $432 L. J. ICaiser, Section 5 Wesley 1200 bu ..................... $540 L. J. Kaiser, Section 5 Wesley, LEGAL NOTICES bu. $270 Suslo Gray, Sec. i Pi^alrle, 2700 bu Dale Thompson, Section 6 Prairie, 500 bu | 225 Dale Thompson, Section fi Prairie 1000 bu . 450 Bankers Life Co. Sec. 27 Prairie 650 bu $ Ted Trunneaie, Sec. 32 Prairie 400 bu | 180 Portland. M. J. Koestler, sec. no Portland. 350 bu | 158 Adolph Krugej-, Sec. 15 Portland, 425 bu | Clem J. Elsbecker, Sec. e Portland, goo bu Ramsey. Adolph C. Paulson, Sec. 3 Ramsey, 1500 bu | 675 E. H. Wdrtjea, Sec. 24 'Ran 1000 bu Relnihard Johnson, Sec. 10 Ramsey, 1850 bu $ 8 H, J. Deltering, Sec. 32 Ramsey, 600 bu. (226 Sherman. Mike & Nike Altman, Sec. 29 Sherman, 1160 bu $§ Clarence Krause, Sec. "lo" Sherman, 1000 bu $4 R. Wilson, Sec. l Sherman," 700 Herman Warmbler, Seo 15 Sherman, 1100 bu | John P. Bormann, Sec. 28 Sher man, 1900 bu | 8 A. M. Van Steenberg, Seo. 21 Sherman, 486 bu »2 Mike & NlcOc Altmon, Sec. 29 Sherman, iiso bu, Herman C. Pooch, Sec. man, 450 bu « 2 03 Julius Frost, Sec. 32 Sherman, 800 bu i860 Mak« Stripling:, Sec', ii' bu $ 33S Ignatz A. Eisenbacher, Sec. 26 Wesley, BOO bu $270 Guy M. Butts (Exr.) Sec. 9, Wesley, 1000 bu $450 Edward Salzenstein, Sec. 13 Wesley, 1000 bu. $450 Melndert Meyer Sec. 1 Wesley, gOO b * $360 L. J. Heimen, Section 26 Wesley, $180 bu L. J. Heimen, Section 26 Wesley, 1000 bu ?450 Joseph G. Miller, Sec. 14 Wesley, HSOO bu ,$,g- W. Frimmel, Sec. 21 Wesley, 1000 Verne, 1700 bu. W. J, Frimel, Sec, 21 Wesley, _, bu ; $450 n. M. Downs, Sec, 26 Wesley, 650 bu '. $293 Out side of County. Henry Wegener, Sec. 12 (96-31) 1300 bu. . tzsr: ^ T $000 Henry Wegener, Sec. 12 (96-31) Grant. Swan Tjensvold, Sec. 27 Grant, 300 bu $135 Llzale Comer, Sec. 26 Grant, 375 bu Farmers Snv. Bk., Ankeny, Sec. 17 Grant, 72i5 bu $326 Greenwood. Nelson Crawford, Sec. 29 Greenwood, 650 bu $203 j. B. Buntls Sec. 4 Greenwood, B80 bu $256 Johtvnno Vaske Sec. 36 Greenwood, 550 bu $248 John.mne Vasko Sec. 30 Greenwood, 700 bu $315 Harrison. Stockholder Ins. Co., Sec. IS Harrison 1500 bu $675 Hawkcyo Securities Fire Ins. Co., Sec. 6 Harrison, 975 bu $43D O. J. Mollne, Sec. 17 Harrison, 1300 bu $585 J. E. Vttugihn, Sec. 21 Harrison, 1200 bu $540 D. O. Williams, Sec. 29 Harrison, 1800 bu $8110 Albert R. Anderson, Sec. 21 Harrison, 375 bu $169 Lillian Gllllland, sec. l|i. Harrison, 1SOO bu $675 Lillian Gilliiland, Sec. l|l Harrison, 750 bu, $338 D. O. Williams, Sec. 29 Hntlson, 1600 bu $720 Hebron. Albert Christian, Sec. 18 Hebron, 1000 bu $450 Grace A. Beckstoin, Sec. 35 Hebron, 250 bu $113 Iraco A. Beckstcin, Soc. 35 Hebron, 900 bu. $405 '. Lohrbach, Section 36 Hebron, 300 bu $135 i. Lohrbach, Section 36 Hebron, 400 bu $180 Irvingtoii. John L. Gerber Sec. 17 Irvington, 750 bu $33(8 Catherine Jennett, Sec. 12 Irvlngr- ton, 450 bu $203 larl Hutch-Ins, Sec. 7 Irvington, 650 bu $'293 Wm. J. Mayer, Sec. 13 Ii-vlngtam, 600 bu $270 Lodynrd. Minnia A. Rich, Sec. 15 Lodyard, 700 bu $315 Minnia A. Rich, Sec. 15 Ledyai-d, 800 bu $360 '. M. Sullivan, Sec, 17 Ledyard, ilSOO bu $810 C. M. Sullivan, Sec. 17 Ledyard, fl.800 bu $sio Lincoln. Ernest & August Christ, Sec. 18 Lincoln, 680 bu $211 Ernest & August Christ, Sec. 18 Lincoln, 500 bu $225 Ernest & August Christ, Sec. 18 Lincoln-, 480 bu $2W A. T. (Buckels Sec. 32 Lincoln, 1500 bu $675 Wm. Mabus Sec. 28 Lincoln, 700 bu $315 lArt Fdscher, Sec. 6 Lincoln, 1200.. bu $540 Lotts Creek. Bernlce Morris, Sec. 31 Lotts- Ci-eok, 350 bu $1158 t>u Verne. Fa.nnie B. Hanimill, Sec. 13 Lu Verne, 1050 bu $473 Fannie B. Hammill, Sec. 13 Lu Verne, 950 bu $423 Fannie B. Hammill, Sec. 13 Lu Verne, 1550 bu $698 Plum Creek. Chester Albright Sec. 27 Plum- Creek, 900 bu $405 L. W. Keith, Sec. 4 Plum Creek, 1200 bu $540 E. P. Keith, Sec. 9 Plum Creek, 2100 bu $ 945 Clifton Benschotor Sec. "23 Plum- Creek, 2000 bu $900 Herman Bussie, Sec. 1 Plum Creek, 350 bu $1-53 Portland. E. L, Dlckmeyer Sec. 28 Portland, 1100 bu $49,5 Prairie. F. H. Jackson Sec. 35 Prairie, 550 bu Emil Arndorfer, Sec. 13 ' Prairie, 900 bu $4, Julius Kunz, Sec. 5 Prairie,"lH54 1400 bu. $630 Susan Eerte, Sec. 5 (93-28) 1300 bu $585 (Held from last week) Buffalo. Floyd A. Relbsamen, Sec. 23 Buf falo 350 bu $.. John Tjarks Sec. 27 Buffalo, >550 Olaf Funnemark, Sec. 27 'Buffalo" 1200 bu. $540 Burt. Central Life Assur. Soc., Sec 36 IBurt, 275 bu ............. $ 124 Central Life Assur. Soc., Sec 3fi Burt, 875 bu ............... $394 Mrs. Frank Wilson, Sec 17 Emit, 680 bu .................... , 266 Mrs. Frank Wilson, Sec 17 Burt 6CO bu .................. j 297 Mrs. Frank Wilson. Sec ' 17' Burt, 850 bu Cresco. Florence, Wellendorf Sec. 20 Cre»- c °. '50 bu ................. $ 338 Florence Wellendorf Sec. 20 Cree- c °. 1250 bu ................. ., 5 Florence Wellendorf Sec. 20 Crea- 1000 bu « 4BO W. L. Martin, Section 31 Cresco 800 bu W. L. Martin, Section 31 Cresco 800 bu ..................... j 3 ' 60 Eagle. Lawrence Ditswonth, Sec 25 Eagle, looo bu ......... ' , 450 J. R. Hemp/hill, -sec. 29 ' Eagle, B. -F. Elite,' Sec.' 20 Eas'lV Vfl'o , $27( Eagle ••••• J<oe Goraczow&l, gee. KOO 'bu ........... Joe Goracwwskl, Seo Fenton. Emil Newel. Section « Fentton (1000 bu ............. » ' so Eagle, Emil Newel, Section «' 470 bu ......... Emil Newel, Section « 470 bu . L. Haase, Sec. -36 Fenton', 800 ........ Elmer ElMngsoji, Seo. 27 GarflleUJ 28 0 bu ..................... David Kropf Sec. 9 Gttrfiteld'.' bu. 33 NOTICE FOB TAX DEED CERTIFICATE NO. 2161 To the Heirs and Devisees of A. L. Anderson and All Unknown Claimants: You and each of you are ihereby notified that on the 1st day of December, 1930, the following described real estate situated in the County ol Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wi: Lots Twelve (12) and Thirteen (13), Auditor's Plat of the Southeast Quarter (0B%) of Dhe Southwest Quarter (SW/4) of Section 24, Township Ninety-eight (98) North, -Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the .. Fifth P. M., was sold by the Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, for taxes due uid delinquent, to J. L. Johnson; ttvat the Certificate of Purchase was duly issued to J. L. Johnson, who is now the lawful holder and owner of said Certificate of Purchase. That the right of redemption will expire, and a deed (or said land will be made by the Treasurer of Kossutfli county, Iowa, unless redemption therefrom foe made with- n ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated March 21, 1934. J. L. JOHNSON, Owner and Holder of Certificate of Purchase. 27-29 ment. By order visors. Dated NORTH CttKSco (-'(».irr Whom It May Notice is hereby idersigned have rpnpw.'i,""' poration for a n',"? 01 !^ (20) years, under Chapter 384 of To ] un NOTICE OF MEETING FOE ISSUANCE OF rttOIARY ROAD REFUNDING BONDS The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, will meet on. the 2nd day of April, 1934, at the lourt House in Algona, Iowa, in said county, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time and place proceedings will bo instituted and action taken! 'or the issuance of Primary Road Refunding Bonds of said county in ;lie principal amount of '$462,000.00, ;or the purpose of retiring and refunding as of May 1,1934, at a less rate of interest a like amount of existing indebtedness of said county evidenced 'by bonds issued for primary road improvement purposes. The issuance of said bonds lias been directed by Iowa State Highway 'Commission as a part of the comprehensive plan for the financing of county primary road jond indebtedness prepared by the Commission pursuant to Senate File No. 105 of the Acts of the Extra Session of the Fonty-fifth General Assembly of Iowa. This notice is given by order of Lhe Board o_f Supervisors pursuant U> the provisions of Chapter 23 of the Code of Iowa. . E. J. BUTLER, 27-28 . County Auditor. bu. $513 Lena Ferstl, Sec. g Prairie, 1000 bu $450 Rlvcrdalc. George Bormann, Sec. 17 Riiver- dale, 0000 bu $4,50 J. II. Thilges, Sec. 34 RiverdaJe, 2000 bu ?900 John L. Lenertz, Sec. 25 Riverdale, 700 bu j3 George Bormann, Sec. 30 Riverdale, 750 bu *3 Bernard Devlne, Sec. 21 Riverdale, 600 bu Ramsey Mrs. Mary Anderson, See. 13 Ramsey, 1350 bu jo A. W. Kennedy Sec. o R&inaey, 1850 bu. |833 Swea. A. Johnson, Sec. 4. Swea, 580 bu j 2 Elmer Dietrich, Sec. 2 Swea,'ilOOO M. P. Haggard & OSeaigit Nelson Sec. 21 Swea, 850 bu « 383 M. P. Haggard & (Bang* Nelson M S ?' 2 ,l Swea ' & 50 bu $3 83 M P. Haggard & Bengt Nelson Sec. 21 Swea, 1000 bu. ... $450 P. J. Gibbons, Sec. 21 Swea, 1025 bu Springfield. Orvllle Risk, Sec. 18 Springfield, 650 bu. $293 Orvllle Risk, Sec. is Springfield, 1'50 bu ................... ,j' L.H. Junkermeier, Sec. 22 Spring. field, 700 bu ............. « 3 L- H. Junkermeier, Sec. 22 Sprinir- , 350 bu ......... Sec ' '2-2 Spring«196 Sherman. JoJun Rademaker, Sec. 34 Sh'er- 600 bu Alex Miller, Sec. « ShernW/ $'22<5 BOO 20 H. E. Looft, Sec. 20 bu bu' Union. $225 ., 650 $248 |460 bu. Lloyd, Sec. 30 Wealey, $342 ""'wiwii^i' outs l392 NOTICE OP AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION OF TIIE KOSSUTH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. Notice is hereby given that at tlie regular annual meeting of the Kossuth. County Agricultural Association held at Algona, Iowa, on January 16th, 1934, the following amendments to the Articles of Incorporation were adopted: 1. AlRTICDB III was amended to read as follows: "The qualification of membership in this Association shall -be as follows: Any qualified voter of Kossuth County, Iowa, is a member of this Association and entitled to all the rights and privileges." 2. ARTICLE V was amended to provide that the corporate power of the Association should be vested in a Board of five Directors elected by •the voters present at any annual meeting, or special meeting, called for that purpose who shall serve until their successors have qualified. The Directors elected following the adoption of this Amendment shall be elected to serve as follows: Two for one year Two for two years, and One for three years but the regular term sfhall toe for three years. All vacancies are to Ibe filled by the Board of Directors and three members to constitute a quorum. The officers of the Association shall be a President and a Vice President elected by the Board of Directors from among its members and a Secretary and Treasurer to toe elected by the Board who shall not ibe members of the Board KOSSUTH COUNTY AOKRI- ClHjTUIRAiL ASSOCIATION 'By J. M. PATTERSON, President. E. L. VINCENT, Secretary. Iowa, ana aiavo ailonioi C(xl( ' substituted Articles '''I 11 * tion, which provide i wit: i mJ hK llamc ° r l ho la The North Crcaco Company, ami its p rinci pau,, business is in Al CT na, P0 /' 2. The general natur ' ness to be transacted bv poration is to own, oncrai age, "build, maintain, i case , sell a telephone lino or v buy and sell all materials S plies therefor and usedI „ " tion therewith, to secure w connections with the NoriS, Dell Telephone Company „„ telephone companies or an. telephone exchange, and to u sell, or rent telephones ami buy, own, lease, or other* quire, own and encumber n, I tate and to sell and disposed same, ami to permit land od along said telephone line to 3 nect their respective re sijj thereto, and to fix the chan>til terms therefor. s " 3. The amount of the a stock authorized is Six Hint Twenty-five Dollars ($625.081 vided into twenty-five (25) | of Twenty-five Dollars (J 6 each. That the corporation commence business after a ( cate of Incorporation has beqi sued by the Secretary of state J when Five Hundred DJ ($500.00) of said stock has issued and fully paid, j} 0 t shall die issued until the «j}a tion has received payment in i therefor at par in cash, and »| so paid for said stock shall ten assessable. 4. Incorporation period stall 1 gin on December R, 1933,: •ruinate December C, 1953. _.'5. The affairs of the tion dhall be managed by „ ^ of live Directors to lie e'lecUdi| nually from among the stocll ers. A majority of said t shall constitute a Quorum foil) transaction of lousiness. The Is of Directors shall elect fromS number a President and Vice-ft ident, and elect from the holders a Secretary and Tre 6. Tlhe property of the ... holders of this corporation sMI exempt from corporate dells i liability. n Witness our hands this 28thS of March, A. D. 1<W. W. H. KING, IPHiH/LIP ROETH B. ^. SPARKS THOS. METCAW 28-31 SIMON HENRY, 27-30 NOTICE OF SALE OF PBIttAEY KOAD REFUNDING BONDS •Sealed bids will IMS received until one o clock p. m. April 2nd, 1934, at « ?"£* ° f the County Treasurer the Court House, Algona, Iowa for $452,000.00 Primary Road Re tunding Bonds of Kossuth " ft, 16 ' r ^ eipt ° * and the consideration of open . T 11 be sold to ° r caah ' Said ay lj 1934 ' aure »1 1943, ?22,000.00 in *, 70 '? 00 - 00 annually, 1946 diwlTe and will bear interest payable semi-annually • u h *J purchaser must agree to e bnd and r rovng opin- ™* C * apman . aad Cutler, of Chicago, and all bids must be BO con- J? ed « A certified ch «* Payable the County Treasurer for an *^ t0 Three *'<*£* the amount of bonds of- h ? S^ 6 * of good faith must be furnished toy bidders thia tTrV 0 be for ' eited ™ &S he ^ii^ 8 « U «»W«»» Bidder should of uEV^J**,! 1 * and W for any or tne bon ready. * to »>« is- NOTICE OP SHERIFFS! STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Notice is hereby Riven ttol | virtue of Special Execution J ed to me from the Clerk ol M trict Court of Kossuth lova. on a judgment rendered! said Court on the 13th day din ruary, 1934, in favor of tie' Trust Joint Stock Land Ball Chicago, Plaintiff, and agaMl West Half (W%) of the NoitkJ Quarter (NW%) of Section f six (36) and that part of !' Half (iE%) of the Northwest J ter (NWVi) and of the Noi" Quarter (NEVi) of the Sol Quarter (SW%) of said Thirty-six (36) described as! lows: CommencinK at a ' 21 1/3 rods north of the Soi corner of the Northeast (NEM,) of the (Northwest Q» (NW%) of said Section Ttort (36), thence East to East bn" Des Moines river, thence Soi with rivor to a point on tte« acre line South of the place «l ginning, thence North to plwr beginning; also that part M J Northwest Quarter (NW4) «1 Southwest Quarter (SWM) fr Section 36 lying "West of . Moines river, all in "or Ninety-six (96) North, West of the 5th Principal 1 and containing 135 acres, fflJJI less, as defendant, for tie ijl Eleven Thousand One Hunjwf and 81/100 ($11,10«.&1) DolteM costs, taxed at Two Hundred q en and 18/100 ($211.18) "' " accruing costs, 1 have the following described erty as the property of tue' Samuel Zentner, Gertrude ^ son, Rofoert B. Harrison, H. Harrison et al, to sr • execution, to-wit: The (W%) of the Northwest if (NW%) of Section T-hirtjMB and that part of the East (E%) of the Northwest W (MW%)aadoftheNortW*J ter (NE%) of theSonWl ter (®W%) of said Section ffl six (36) described as roll w? mencing at a point 21 w» ,| north of the Soutb-wesUo^l the Northeast Quarter the iNorthwest Quarter said Section Thirty-six (8W' East to East Ibranch of'DM' river, thence eoutherly Tto a point on the forty j South of the place of J thence (North to place on also that part of the No Quarter (NW%) of thesw Quarter (®W%) of said ^ lying west of Des Moines' in. Township Ninety-su (»'. Range W, West of the pal Meridian and cor acres, more or }j will proceed to eel' erty, or so much may be necessary to execution, with costs u . costs at pulblic auction i highest bidder, for ca*. "• , on the Wthdayof atttoe'eastdoorofthflCoun in Algona. in *>?» loya, i| the hour oM m., of saw day, w*" 1 due attendance will be Cory

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