Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX THURSDAY. APm, r Birthday of Local Legion Auxiliary Is Celebmted_Withjarty by Weslgya . _ __ . _ - . —^ . « « *-* _ ». •_ Of. ,*.>«*>«/• ,*•».*/• ***%*% VkflVf *l/1fTf 4? I/I e nn a tT,) 6I !f ^ t ,.. 8a!<l dcccas UNIT FOUNDED 9 YEARS AGO; PARTHOR 30 Wesley, Apr. 11—The Legion Axix- dliary holds a regular met-tlns this week Thursday evening'. The Auxiliary will sponsor the distribution of seeds to needy in the community, under tlhe leadership oC 'Mre. F. A. BoiKstett.te.r, community service chairman, who will be assisted by Mrs. Lester Lease. Thirty pel-sons attended tiho Auxiliary "birthday party" Hio Auxiliary gave in it, honor last Thursday evening. It wns the Auxiliary's ninth anniversary. Bridge was played at seven tables, and Mrs. Myrtle- Koubti and Jack Studer won '(Hie prizes for holding high. A committee served 'lunch Mrs. B. M. Huber won the can of fruit offered to tho person who guessed tlie can's contents merely by hearing it shaken. The "birthday cake," mado by Sire. H. II. Flom, was auctioned off to E. M. Huber. A delegation will attend the county meeting at Tlitonka this week Tuesday. Joint Program is Planned— Tho joint missionary program of tho Congregational and Methodist societies n,t tho Methodist church Sunday evenajifj was well attendee and initetrewting; every number was well rendered; much earnestness tind talent exhibited; and the subject of Missions presented from various angles. A collection of $14.50 was taken and was equally divided. Some members of the Methodist society plan to attend the district convention at Kanawha this week Tuesday. Morning, afternoon, and evening sessions will be held. Corn-Hog Signers in Union, Riverdale. Prairie, Sherman and Springfield ** - - - ™«i> J --------- i» » « » < 8 " . 1 STATE OF IOWA TUo. tallowing IK a statement of the basic info ig production submitted by individual producer \n, Prulrlo and Springfield townships, wl under tin- I!»4 Corn-Hog Production Adjustm cultural Adjustment Administration. Any perKon may make a confidential report, o allotment committee or to the community Warner, S\vea City. .SHERMAN TOWNSHIP mer, Llvermorc, Vlce-Chr.; Frank Gronbach, Lu Verne. Acres in Con- Farm- tract- ing Acres ed Unit Corn Acres NAME OF 'PRODUCER- Altmnn Bros. Altman, John Borman, John P. Blumer, Mrs. Henry J. - Bockes, John 117.30 45 64 11 liluiner, Paul ICO 62.5 64.5 240 85 S5 400 166 176 160 77 68 lt» 52 40 17 38 15 Rorman, Ernest J. 160 61 51 Borman. Peter Jr. 300 118 10-1 Herte, Mrs. Susan 240 75 65 Blumer, Henry J. 160 57 52 Hcrte, Nick 159.5 61 Borman, Mike Brink, John A. Borman, L. N. and ]Stlward_ Blumer Bros. CUITRII. Kenneth Coleman, Thos. D. Curran, Joseph F. Curran, Harold Darby. Charles Erpeldlng, J. B. 240 Kmcry, Elmer Froillnger Bros. Frost, Julius Frellingcr, John Gcishccker, John Gronbach, Frank „ Grt'gory, Homer Gics, Henry ~ 58 313 109 137 133 03 61 246 100 105 718 242 198 246 ftt 133 419 191 155 2SO SO 110 44 44 135.1131 50 45 S7 113 41! 44 C6 156 320 2-10 ICO 160 120 277 200 680 62 •IS 96 SO 237 Geishecker, Henry Gronbach, Elmer Geis, William J. 120 Clenrich, Walter 106 Grawdgenett, John 160 Hllbert, Frank J. 160 Hulierty, Nick _ 200 Hinz, Herman 120 Huff, David _ _. 160 95 79 244 279 123.5 129 2SO 100 ICO 2-10 SO 97 349 14-1 64 45 56 Minn, Charles I lansflman. Churk'S Cemetery Association Elects— Tho Evergreen Cemetery association held a meeting last week Monday evejidtiK and elected officers. Board mcmbem are .lohn Carlson, i Olaf Funneinark, Mrs. Bertiha i'joims'mi, Looft, Mrs. Edna. StimUvanit, Jorpon |lOsselrinK, William Skow, A. E. Giddings. Officers: PreskUmt, A. B. Giddings; secretary, Mi's. Gny M. Butts; tresusurer, Mrs. Bertiha, i/oo<ft, Charles Price was re-electc-d as caretaker of the cemetery.. 160 1GO 154 Mrs. Nathan Studer Improving— Mrs. Nathan Studer coii'tinnee to Improve, but still suffers from a cough. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Studer came from Excofcior, Jlinn., ln.st Thursday, and returned home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby went to Forest City hi.sit Thursday, and vfeited until Friday with Mrs. Ormsby's mother, Mrs. Sarah McCrodon, who has not been Weal.. Kniuse, Kohlhaas, Henry J. Krause, Gustavo .K'ohlhaas, C. K. Kohlhaas, IT. W. KolilhaaH. K. L». Kramer, Sebastiun Kramer, Sebastion 300 13S 100 G2 200 90 115 53 36 99 ,7.5 64 75 84 59 40 53 53 47 54 66 120 141 74 95 47 4i 6S ica Pastor to Meet Missionary— The Rev. and Mrs. McNulty will attend the all-day district convention of the Methodist W. F. M. S. at Kananvha this week Tuesday, and meet an old schoolmate, Blanche Bair, who is at home, from Seoul, Korea, on a furlough, and will speak at tlie convention. Tlie three were Ktud-cnUs at John Fletcher college, Oskaloosa, at the same time.. Bible Class is Organized — Tho Rev. Mr. Bemsten has organized a new Bible class for the young people. It will m eot at tine Congregational church every alternate, Friday evening. The second meeting- will bo held next week.. The Hutchins Women's Bible class led by Mns. Marion Paulson, Wesley, will meat with Mrs. Durnln this week Friday. Teacher to Music Contest _ Miss Packard, Wesley teacher, accompanied the Renwick school orchestra to Ames Saturday. Renwick is Hiss Packard's home, and she has given le»x>ns to Uenwiok eltu- dejiits on the violin and other string. ed instruments. Renwick \von first In Ha class.. Mrs. Yorker In Call Here — Fred Corey and his sia-ter, Mrs. Ella Yonker, Algona, were calling upon friends here one day last week. Mrs. Yorker lived here many years, and during >sume of tlhem. k«pt 10 popular boarding house. Buttenuukor Has Khoiiinatism — PtiuJ Bngen, buttermaker at the Krause, C'lareuce _ 160 Kisch, Mike 160 Knhlinann, f-Ienry J. li, 239 Loss, Stephen Lean, Walter l.oerwakl, Henry l.elKh, Sim Lernkue, A. M. l.uigh, Sim Mcrklo, Lewis Milli-r, J. G. _ Miller, Alex Miller, L. II. .Miller, F. J. Merkle, Lewis Miller, J. G. Meyer & Troutman Merkle, <juorge sj se 32 320 143 153 246 Si! SI 279 119 123 SO 39 37 56 5S 77 16 Ga 05 100 104 320 147 149 22S 110 SO 160 70 65 78 7S IW 57 39 DO 90 IflO 153 160 80 100 210 19 200 100 319 240 IOC 200 95 120 39 153 61 120 46 35 55 135 McClellan, Clara Nlelson, Harold Pergande, Aug. J. Pergande, Carl 144 Pursfande, Fred Pooch, Herman C. Plathe, H. IS. Pergande, Henry Perguncle, Albert '•"erjfandi:, Edward F. 'hillips, Paul tamus Bros. Reding, John E. iamuK, John I,. iobison, Vernon tamus Bros. ateussy, Klsie 05 SO SO 3d 155 15G 98 75 11 23 14 13 12 25 15 20.5 IX 20 40 24 9 27 10 30 9 12 10 2S 55 25.5 20 19 32.5 11 S.I 16 13 16 Iff 11 10 11 14 24 2S 14 19 7 30 IS 25 8 12 16 13 30 30 20 141 16 14.1 13 S 15 26.5 20 6 32 21 IS 9. 15 Farmeir'B cresimea-y, sick with pait of 'last week, but lie rec-overttl sufficiently to spend the week-end with Ms parents ml Fertile. New Oil Station Here— A now .Standard Oil station lias been established here, in the building formerly used by the Cliamp- lin company, u,t the east end of Main street. Delbert Benton is manager. 25 To Attend Music Fest.— W«*sley will send 25 represonta- tiveB to the county music festival at AJgona this week Saturday evening. Th« program begins at 7:30 is lu and 15 cents.. 3G 22 160 79 196.9S 76 103 32 118 159 160 SO 320 6 160 94 160 37 46 59 40 123 58 35 68 47 76 34 7 63 9 25 6 69 15 5S.5 14 34 S 51 49 63 40 142 62 39 10 15 10 28 13.5 10 Stripling, M. J. 320 167 128 " - •" 72 60 90 140 54 64 85 114 72 75 59.18 13 wanson, C. K. •iwanson, C. E. Smith, Roy D Steuss.v, Aaron W. ianford, Frank Mode, John p r on 'Bank, John S'armbler, Herman Vilson, R. _ Vaguer, D. H. Volt, George Vood, Walter A. Vudleigh, Joseph J. "ounjfwirth, Frank Youngwirth & Willger 159 300 160 240 165 40 240 227 320 199 SO 110 109.5 83 125 12S 87 86 32 17 69 140 87 107 240 220 405 ISO 210 160 7S 79 40 19.S 39 12 20 15 £0 20 27 17.! 7.S 20 20 40 16 UNION TOWNSHIP _. _ rEE-W. J. Bourne, Lo Mgona, Vice-Chr.; A. R. Cruikshank, Algona. Acres in Con- Farm- tract- ing Acres ed Unit Corn Acres NAME OF PRODL'CER- \lt, Christ 240 96 84 Mbright, Ferdinand 360 120 100 \shing, Ira O. " " iJurtis, M. A. 160 148 Butterfield, Albert 480 Beck, Andrew _ 200 Bailey, Norma 170 Beck, Niels 80 3roesder, Ed _ 158 Bourne, W. J. 273 Bates, H. A. 437 BjuEtrom, Quinton A. 169 Black, J. M. 154 Boevei-B, Geo. W. 160 Hyson. John P. 100 Baker, A. L. 160 60 64 238 78 60 30 38 92 57 71 195 116 6" 24 38 95 182 166 76 66 59 30 30 Baker, A. L. Bode, Lewis W. " 160 Bunkofake, H, R. 151 Bahling, Henry 120 Culbertson, Merle F. C'ulbertson, C. E. Cruikshank, A. R, CruikBhank, L. A. Dearchs, C. E. Dodds, W. I. Dodds, H. W. Drone, F. A. Enastrom, Henry Engstrom, Otto H, 40 47 97 69 33 48 82 40 84 80 82 39 52 90 120 70 75 35 85 54 52 109 118 37 37 45 45 53 — 72 AVESLEY NEWS Tho Lester Lease family visited Mrs. Lease's .sdwters, the Mesdamen M. T. Uye oral Mai-ion. Hall, ut Han lontown Sunday. Mrs. Susan L«ease Mr. and Mrs. Ammou Lease and Burrell visited tho Will Walkers a Corwltih, Ala-w. Walker being 1 Mr Lease's .sister. Mr. WUlker, whose health luus been bad, hus token tretutmeiU at a Minneapolis hospital, but htui retUirm-d a week before tlie Wesley people's vi.sit. 'Hho MeUwxlist Aid meets with Mra. (Bertha Looft this week Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. R .R. Rowley oseistinif. The weekly meeting ot the Bible .study class will bo held Wednesday evening, because of the convention at Kanawha on Tuesday. The preparatory membership cki£S will me>et at the uliurch next week Friday evening- at 7:30.. Mrs George Spangler, Everly, spent last week her with her moiUh- er, Mrs. George Benner, and helped her clean house. Rolfe Goodnow, of the COG ait Ijtiliig'h, visited his parents and relatives from Friday even- toy to Sujukiy afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. I-clloy IJootteller and lier par- : outs. ..Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kinyak.H, j j^,,' 1 " j,; hn 71"" ]-!i:rc, vi.-;l:Kd relatives here Sunday i lii id,' Tom ^ ------------- SO 79 160 160 135 240 166 241 74 76 71 10 133 Erpelding, Peter N. 160 Engstrom, Henry SO Ethington, Wm. 400 Godden, Tom Godden, Clark Gross, Loyd Gould, Ben H. Gardner, S. A. Geilenfeld, C. A. Gisch, L. _ Grots, V. J. Hackbarth, Ed _ Harvey, Robt. A. llentges, Oscar Harrison, Robert B. Hufius, J. F. Jenkinson, Glen W. Johnson, Victor & Sons Knudson, C. M. Kohl, Geo. 160 Krieps, Nicholas 213.6 61 Keikun, H. O. 160 GU Laabs, Otto 147 Lung, John Jr. _ 293 Long, Chris "" " 160 Leason, R. P. """ 120 Ixjng, Chris _ 160 Loss, Robt. M. " 320 Mem, John P. "I""" 200 MeArthur, P. A. _ " 184 A) It tag, Emll SO 120 90 71 50 93 8 25 21 25 320 109. 137 160 73 n 100 75 70 2W 100 100 320 165 225 199 86 78 15!> 48 4S 100 100 80 25 55 61 23 92 55 60 Mario W, B. H. Mitchell, Etna " ~. 234 MeArthur, Wallace 1W Mittiig, Emil 160 Miirlow, Harvey _ 122 Mettille, Joe W. 160 Peek, Harvey 127 Penton, C. A. Rich, KdwarJ _I~ Ulch Bros. Rii-ili-I, \V. if. aflteu'iiuun. Man^u'tit Flom ax-turned to St. OluTu eoilctro Nurahfielil, Minn., ];IS'L wwk Tuesday. Sho had bueji at homo a month and had done three weuks or practice teaching- in Uiu English, department of the locaJ hijjh d, Bell AV. UiaU.lKi., <_•. \v. Hi-ililmlf, Claranee Kl.-l,lP,ff, Verm.- UU'k.-i- iiros. Si-luiick, A. B," ~_~~~"~~~" Simon, J. 1'. " "2 Stoffel, Kmil -\1.""I "~~~ Sttlnnuui, L'arl . " J" aarchett, P. N. '„_ 200 160 160 120 210 160 120 140 Ho 120 100 257 KM 160 200 120 45 68 27 111 25 SO 65 CO 57 60 145 127 66 65 44 4(1 ttt 65 145 145 S3 98 SO 80 32 39 49.5 42 120 170 66 75 SO 85 56 60 60 60 40 32 60.5 37 £0 63 18 23 16 18 60 20 13 e s 28 15 13 12 8 13.1 IS 15.1 S 11 21 15 7 12 23 8 9 7.9 15 17 15 a 23 3 5 25 15 21 20 45 20 10 20 11 15 12 5 21 32 14 MEM E NTS I BT5ns OF THE CORN- >9UTH COUNTY, xtlon on corn acreage and f Union, Riverdale, Sher- have signed contracts t Program of tlie Agrl- or written, to the county e if he finds any state- Ugona, Chairman; J. H. Frimml, Wesley; J. H. Ivermore, Chr.; Paul Blu- ferne. Hogs (Feeder Pro- and Utters ducetl Stocker Far- for Hogs rowed Market Bought )33 1932 1933 1932 1933 1932 31 3S 166 217 23 — , e 9 0 36 33 — — 16 14 108 81 — — 17 15 75 65 7 85 13 24 50 75 — — 33 25 160 2C6I — — 12 10 69 5-1 1 — 41 39 212 20-1 11 2 27 21 152 103 — — 12 7 71 3-t — — 25 25 86 142 18 — 46 40 146 115 — — 10 10 6 51 5 1 14 22 68 142 — — 7 2 49 15 16 — 13 8 9S 56 — — 12 15 54 34 — 15 — SS — — — 12 15 SS 37 — — 15 20 67 109 — — 7 13 43 55 — 7 13 15 69 54 1 — IS 22 117 100 1 — 22 22 12-i 65 116 26 11 12 62 57 9 3 16 16 63 74 — — 12 14 49 39 7 — 17 25 86 157 12 — 2 2 1 9 11 3 2 2 2 20 17 — — S — 41 — 1 — S 8 6a 36 — — 12 12 73 63 S — 15 19 SO 97 — — 31 21 65 7« — 6 11 15 61) 7S S 12 11 14 57 91 1 — 24 15 72 75 1 — 35 32 S7 110 1 — 22 22 S3 78 1 — IS 15 108 81 1 — 30 2> 165 132 10 — S — 42 - Z 3 17 17 91 76 1 — 13 13 77 63 1 6 15 U SS 62 8 IS 96 H — 7 10 32 56 9 — — — — r—* — 12 11 51 56 — — 16 IS 93 112 — — 4 4 12 14 — — 17 16 56 88 — — 20 14 78 70 — — 7 4 33 20 — — 7 7 22 20 — — 16 16 81 67 — • «— 24 24 109 111 1 1 15 16 74 V — — 10 13 33 34 12 — G 11 13 36 — — S 10 35 24 — — 49 40 1S2 169 — 25 17 7J 51 J. — 22 20 84 112 2 — 16 1C 41 9-1 1 — 15 12 51 69 — — 11 9 30 65 - - 7 3 30 11 — 18 23 94 116 1 4 4 22 30 — — 35 31 196 120 — — 12 IS 46 110 — — 32 28 179 167 — — IS IS 74 86 1 — ne Rock, Chr.; 'Robt. Loss Hogs Feede Pro- and 'Litters duced Stocke Far- for Hoga rowed Market Bought 1933 1932 1933 1932 1933 19322 21/ 92 85 1 — 25 11 69 24 61 10 16 69 41 — — 25 30 181 173 7 10 6 65 33 — — 23 25 79 88 1 — «i 11 ir>n ?•« i — A Corn-Hog Correction Notice \ To the Secretary of the Kossuth County Corn-Hog i Allottment Committee — " c I have checked the corn-hog data as published in c the Advance for r P 0 Address Township i and I submit the following corrections. If more space : than here provided is needed, write on separate sheet and attach: < _ This information is confidential. The secretary is to cut off my signature below before giving this notice to the allottment commttee, and my name is under no circumstances to be revealed. P 0 Address Township Note — Anyone who sees an error in any published corn-hog data in this paper is invited to use the above form to let the corn-hog county committee know. The name of the informant will not be given out in any case. Sarchett, Roy A. 320 130 124 28 21 19 14S 109 — — Sorensen, Jens 307 120 130 29 13 14 63 65 1 — Sabin, John 148 56 56 11.5 25 16 72 53 — — Schneider, Fred W. 307 137 152 30 IS 18 33 93 — — Smith, Jake B. ISO 77 77 14.5 16 15 76 50 1 - Snildt, D. W. 246 87 10B 20 20 20 109 97 — - — Slagle, Augusf Z. 203 37 3« S 14 12 78 63 — — TJaden, (Henry 200 70 70 21 15 14 84 86 — — Thompson, Frank S. 162 45 45 9 14 10 75 42 4 32 Tavlor, Earl 160 105 95 20 60 50 258 29G — — Wetzel. Wm. 14S 52 48 10 23 23 76 79 — — Will, Fred A. 120 39 39 8 22 26 115 124 1 -Wibben, Albert 120 56 66 12 8 14 42 71 — — Ward, Marry E. 200 75 115 19 — — — — 4 3 Winkle, Glair _ 146 66 62 12 14 21 103 93 1 — Will Rudolph SO SO 34 6.5 6 4 18 26 — . — Wlnkel, Jacob 29 20 16 4 28 40 116 199 — Wardrip, Clyde 320 135 125 39 13 13 30 47 1 — EARLY PAYMENT Broetlerson W. E 107 52 48 12 13 13 87 71 — — Dravton, Will 210 70 105 IS 20 26 86 55 8 — Dev'ine, James F. 200 60 65 13 12 3 36 34 — — Gustafson, Arthur M. 160 58 62 12 11 11 62 42 — — Gardner, D. C. 160 55 60 13 21 19 76 971 — . — Grubb, Walter L. _ 170 80 CO 21 11 12 S2 43 — — • Keefe Bros., iBurt 320 150 131 35 8 20 69 124 Jl — ixiwman, Louis 160 76 64 15 10 16 46 37 1 — McMahon, Hugh 80 35 55 12 — — — — — 4 Mitchell, N. D. 160 65 50 12 21 15 79 73 — — Rich, John H. 258 145 110 38 22 14 125 69 — — Rutledge, Kenneth W. 80 45 '30 S — — — — — — Rutledgo, Orlan 120 55 50 11 16 9 80 49 — — Scott, Charles W. 149 54 57 11 18 16 71 79 2 — Scott, Louis 91 35 40 8 14 14 82 101 — — Turner, E. B. . 167 63 60 13 14 14 58 611 1 — HIVEIRIDALE TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY COMMITTEE-'J. H. Fraser, Algona, Chr.; John Zeller, Bode, Vice-Chr. ; Henry Borman, Bode. Acres Hogs Feeder in Con- Pro- and Farm- tract- cutters duced Stocker ing Acres ed 'Far- for Hogs NAME OF PRODUCER— Unit Corn Acres rowed Market Bought 1933 1932 1934 193J 1932 1933 1932 1933 1932 Becker, Anton 160 68 41 11 22 14 53 53 — — Becker, Anton 80 38 51 9 — — — _ _ — Bormann, George 160779720 — — — — — — Bormann, Georse 26» 90 115 a 21 36 74 143 — — Bormann, Henry _ 160 70 64 18 21 25 63 113 1 1 Barker, C. V. _ _ 93 33 • 30 7 9 10 45 53 1 — Becker Thomas J. 160 70 79 15 10 20 60 106 8 16 Bormann, Frank _ ICO 60 68 13 24 29 »4 142 — — Becker, John 12048 48 10 3— 7 — 40- nyson, Fred 344 70 115 19 40 44 159 79 — — Bormann, John 160 66 62 13 32 28 139 115 — Boldridge, Wm. 213 W 50 10 8 8 33 46 & — Capeslus, Julius P. _ 200 71 71 15 22 26 141 133 — — Crahan, Maggie 150 60 60 12 13 15 54 31 1 — Devine, Bernard 3608583 17 3 62030 — 14 Erpeldlng, John 240 93 107 20 22 20 100 74 1 — Erpelding, Peter 234 96 SO 18 32 40 141 218 — — Fiseh, Nick _ 152 69 65 13 16 16 78 83 1 Faber, Matt 360 125 146 28 40 40 183 160 — — Fraser, J. H. 120 41 41 9 28 36 85 180 Fraser, J. H. 240 118 118 24 — , Fuhrmann, Louis 190 82 82 18 30 43 139 16S 1 — Fuhrmann, Adolph 2SO 130 116 25 16 69 Frideres, John 290 137 127 27 28 28 130 75 1 — Fitch, R. V. 160 05 59 13 11 1C 70 61 1 Gales, Ernest 2355040121515406060 2 Gales, Ernest 160 60 60 13 Grams, Wm. 300 140 129 27 14 18 69 67 1 — Hllbert, Matt 82 17 17 4 17 20 45 61 11 14 Hilbert, Theo 168 78 78 16 — Hundertmark, H. E. 160 68 61 14 — — Haas, Herbert 160 70 60 13 9 9 45 43 Hum, Paul S20 100 119 SO Tt 8 44 IS — 21 Hanson, Lawrence 160 39 40 11 13 n 44 73 — Halsrud, Peter 890 141 208 62 15 IB 831 62 1 — Hanson, Anton 160 73 85 16 2 2 21 16 — — 210 80 321 187 75 73 80 70 77 137 BO 170 40 157 154 70 65 SO 101 60 40 60 20 rX) 09 58 66 70 140 135 68 70 60 122 09 68 95 72 56 90 70 SO 185 70 87 72 100 110 103 102 91 107 85 85 50 45 330 101 163 S5 60 26 28 95 70 49 SO 57 88 Arndorfer, Philip J. \rndorfer, John __ \rndorfcr, Hosn. .. Vrend, John J. — \rmlorfer, Nick M. Arndorfer, Leo M. Bentelc, Frank _-—--- -- „. Dlackmore, Ralph & Charley 320 127 Clnk, Arthur —— 12° ° 7 Jink, Mary C. and Joe J. _.. *w loady, Walter ™ !lnk, Eclw. and George '•"' Clnk, Kugene Dacken, Henry Dacken, Henry Drummer, Joseph iH. Daley, Morris Dornbler, TTlrlch Erdmann, Frank Erdmann, H. G. Foertsch, "William Froellch, Dan F. Foertsch, George F. Frimml, C. F. Foley, Harry B. Ferstl, M. J. Gauge, lion Goetz, Geo. O. - 320 121 Glawe, Elmer 1«» Glawe, George l™ Guernsey, A. R. *•" Grandgenett, Anthony £» Grandgenett, John 240 Germann, Edward 280 German, Aug. J, 11" Groin, Geo. Harig, Aug. Hanson, Chris P. Huber, E. M, Hilyard, Clement Hanig, Ijeo jHelter, M. H. Hansen, Pfiter W. Hllbert, TSTorbert Hlrner, George E. Hatiptman, Edward Holdman, Joseph Johnson, Albert H, Kellner, John 320 Kollasch, C. E. __ &SO Klein, William 160 Kunkel, IBen Jt. _ 2-10 Kutschara, Herman 160 Lalller, Oswald 120 Ludwlg, Leo L. Ludwlg, John N. Llckteig, John J. Lickteiff, Louis B. Lien, B. E. _ McMurray, A. H. Mager, Isadore McDonald, D. L. Masterson, iRobt. R. Matern, Joe Merrian, "W". H. Olson, Gerhard O'Neil, J. J. Preuschl, John 106 Rlcke, William S6 Rlcke, William Hosenmeyer, Al Ricke, Henry Rahm, Magnus Rosenberger, Joseph L. Rockwood, Robt. B. Frank S. Ricke, William Rockwood, Robt. E., Frank S. Roland, Glenn A. Studer, Edw. J. & Wilbur _. Studer, Ben G. _ 488 Studer, Vernon . _ 320 Stuflick, Chas. __ 320 Schubert, Jake 160 Studer, Julius G. . 160 Siemer, F. A. 385 Studer, Alf L. Iffi Studer, August F. 2SO 119 142 Studer, Herman J. 320 128 132 Seller, Henry 310 SS 90 Thompson, Dale ISO 71 Trunnelle, Ted 320 140 120 SO 103 400 73 160 271 42 SO 200 320 246 3SG 280 160 75 119 97 312 356 160 330 160 40 55 78 85 70 45 61 167 182 22 22 79 79 112 123 H 12. 29 44' 82 83 128 123 220 242 83 50 99 107 56 52 47 53 115 H5 90 90 160 162 120 116 70 65 23 3f« 35 45 35 35 155 134 190 120 68 88 9-1 181 70 70 7 16 14 28 26 20 13 11 9 26 4 16 14 18 9 13 13 28 14 19.1 12 20 14.5 — 12.5 16 25 7 15 13 19.5 19 35 16 16 31 23 — 21 15 26 14 21 15 17 16 10 11 12 10 2-1.5 13 20 2 18 5 9 .10 39 15 13 25 28 23 11 14 34 42 17 9 9 61 115 90 92 141 128 137 129 88 121 72 66 47 67 35 — 126 113 16 183 87 91 40 60 99 30 5 1 43 20 — 22 2 17 1 1 Testament ot said Dated at Algon? 1934. Mna> Attorneys. 30 10 9 11 3 4 7 12 a 15 10 3 4 r, 12 4S 68 61 21 H 29 77 r> 76 37 10 9 24 56 1 — 1 •--•. 6 — 1 - 16 120 95 — 21 — 16 OS 81 21 71 105 16 73 CT 20 210 160 4 - 1 - 16 17 33 14 IS 11 13 15 6 SI 69 75 100 45 179 51 60 61 45 66 10 31 SI 44 30 46 35 40 30 69 42 75 65 40 33 17 61 30 50 64 4 10 16 33 26 S 6 4 37 7 13 4 3 6 200 159 157 154 316 124 ISO 80 50 20 160 65 84 520 284 236 160 &t 67 27G 234 146 145 85 110 65 73 78 68 144 152 SO 73 Unger, Edward 160 66 Vltzthum, George .. 240 110 Welner, William P. _ 193 100 71 120 Welner, 'Frank Williamson, J. M. _________ Wermersen, Albert ____ _ Wagner, Leo -F. Wlngert, L. E. _____ Wermersen, Will Wermersen, Will _ Wermersen, Charlie _____ _ Wllden, B. J. ._ __ 320 129 152 Ward, Walter J. 160 70 72 West, Leo J. ______ 240 100 100 Wagner, Tony 120 40 60 Welg, John _ "" 240 100 113 Wolf, Frank M. 79 43 56 Wolf, Frank M. ~" 120 43 41 160 195 160 159 160 160 80 160 70 110 56 69 61 67 107 55 69 38 79 68 40 65 78 71 88 — 75 5 20 5 7 23.5 2 35 13 2.6 4 8 9 19.7 10 30 8 CO 24 16.6 12 26 15 11 15 10 24 IS 32 30 15 S S 10 29 31 16 28 21 S 3.5 5 9 18 10 S 14 15 16 19 19 28 12 10.5 — 15 — B2 52 13.1 21 51 82 30 8 23.5 19 13 9 15 30 16 27 30 18 15 39 14 23 16 — 13 2S 17.5 14 13 IS 17 7 15 — 16 4 14 30 15 20 10 1 22 6 H 4 12 12 9 16 12 12 16 r> 10 16 14 60 35 3 62 17 . 43 54 40 81 61 75 76 17 83 118 35 152 a 97 13 97 19 58 40 34 48 47 51 S3 20 76 118 97 4 1 1 8 35 16 26 131 126 11 6 4 20 7 14 7 12 12 13 17 10 24 29 15 50 30 23 90 101 31 18 76 78 22 8 33 43 63 64 GS 61 58 3 14 68 61 74 98 47 — 1 81 13 16 1 — — 1 1 - 1 — 3 20 20 16 19 22 21 32 16 14 39 176 129 18 120 133 70 433 374 8 38 54 22 115 108 3 43 22 2 14 14 28 57 172 20 119 79 15 91 76 17 93 20 133 10 119 15 85 16 94 40 — - 46 ARTICLES 0V OF TIIK AGIUCUI/rUHAT;Yssoc l Notice is hereby the regular annual Kossuth County ciation held at January lath, 1934^' '1 amendments to the Artin J corporation were adr" •"" 1. AiRTICLK Hi to read as follows"The qualification Q { bership in thi s • Shall be as follows- Any qualified voter of I fflitb County, Iowa, j, ?/ ber of this Association J titled to all ll, 0 ri "J»l privileges." Knl!| 2. ARTICLR y was provide that the corporal! the Association should C a Board of five Director., the voters present at w meeting, or special mcctin for .that purpose who shal, until their successors h a fied. K The Directors elected lol the adoption of this ^ shall be elected to serve lows: Two for one year Two for two 'year's, and I One for three years ] regular tern shall three years. All vacancies are tote f 'the Board of Directors an. members to constitute a <J The officers of the ASS shall be a President and President elected by the ] Directors from among its I bers and a Secretary and 1 to ibe elected by the Bo; shall not ibe members oft KOSSUTH COUNTY CULTURAL ASSC By J. M. PAT Prl E. L. vmc: 27-30 75 132 48 84 71 74 16 126 •24 48 124 16 108 93 7 40 36 3S 53 73 11 15 70 118 10 14 24 6 21.5 11 12 — 9 25 12 15 26 11 18 44 89 47 26 60 31 69 43 79 79 1 r — 1 — 1 — - 10 — 19 — 13 1 — 5 — 8 — 17 110 S2 SPR1NOFIELJ3 TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY ^COMMITTEE-HernmnJRIunksmeier. Ixsdyard, Chr.; S. F. Feeder and Stoeker NAME QF PRODUCER— TjiiTt Corn" Acres rowed Market Bought Anderson, Elmer N. Anderson, Txmis IIZIZII Blorae, Elmore, Minn., Vice-Chr.; J. F. Sullivan, Ledyard. Acres Hogs In Con- Pro- Farm- tract- Litters duced Ing Acres ed Far- for NOTICE OF SHERIFFS | STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Notice is hereby given virtue of Special Execution ed to me from the Clerk| District Court of Kossulbf [owa, on a Judgment rendi said Court on the 3rd dayc: 1934, in -favor ot TUo Tra« isurance Company, as i against the East Halt I Northeast Quarter tion Eight (S) and the! Quarter (SEM) of -the Noj Quarter (NW'/i) of (-9) in Township Ninety-s North, (Range Twenty-eigl| West of the 5th P. M., county, Iowa, as defendant J sum of Nine Thousand Fou dred Nineteen and 18/1 419.18) iDoll-ars and costs,! One Hundred Fifty-ei] 160 1933 1932 1934 1933 1932 1933 1932 1933 1932 18" — a e IV — — 70 9 8 126 13 07 9 38 31 — — 9 15 IS 11 14 10 31' 10 56 C6 53 50 89 £0 30 1S6 9 42 11 15 14 13 312 46 29 73 65 70 « 157 43 9 11 30 3 — 1 11 IB 20 74 1071 — — 13 12 11 2 a 12 26 10 11 40 15 10 GO 13 15 7 7 78 43 M 10 32 4 7 20 27 12 13 40 15 10 62 292 11 63 73 40 So 151 3 19 25 40 47 115 &J 116 49 U 98 115 93 14U CT 103 57 43 2S7 61 1 — 1 j Helderseheidt, Frank, &. John S20 132 1G7 iundertmark, H. E. 120 49 60 llg, Arthur Q. 200 77 105 IB. Fred 200 90 85 \ayser, Peter 120 42 49 Clepper, Henry ~ 80 34 45 vulow, Frank W. 424 160 135 Cuhlmann, R. L. _ 443 185 195 Cellner, Arnold 820 149 143 \lrsch, Peter 153 77 72 •Clrsch, J. P. 240 115 135 irsch, Matt 426 191 210 Carols, Hlko 261 89 104 /entsch, Mrs. Mary ~_ 188 45 20 -.enertz, John F. 170 53 59 jeners, Nick ~ 11:1 43 43 icners, Mike 384 130 155 IcOuire, M. T. 200 90 70 •lertz, Matt IIIIII 114 53 63 ilortz, Conrad 157 78 Mertz, Wm. Est. . 199 90 rtoore, D. P. ~ 179 45 ililler, Sam IIIZZ 200 05 tfctzen, Raymond ZZZ 136 40 Origer, John 160 60 Olaon, H. M. 133 45 5'Neil, Ed and John 200 70 ?lathe, Charles Z 160 63 Plathe, Charles ZZ 80 37 22 22 18.5 20 18 12 11 30 32 16 9 19 30 25 20 8 — 11.8 23 29 18 13.5 18 16.5 33 12 12 14 7.2 6 12 13 It 23 10 21 IS 18 13 82 75 15 42 86 10 28 2SI 42 260 2U V 21 130 111 IS 127 23 71 11 83 24 186 17 72 24 107 121 75 75 30 90 126 10 12 14 90 91 40 56 0-1 45 C8 33 60 72 100 120 47 S3 65 76 55 &5 BO 11 22 21 39 52 C6 52 70 28 6-1 15 8 12 19 10 la 7 13 17 22 13 15 11 16 9 6 10 11 13 11 10 17 S 18 10 28 S IS 10 26 22 20 19 12 16 41 17 & 10 d 11 11 is 19 7 15 ti 10 85 143 67! 95 71 107 45 96 109 61 74 ITS 241 68 37 56 2S 67 37) tie G2 77 91 01. 71 46 34 79 32 7» 89 61 93 33 73 1 — 1 - 1 - 31 — 11 4S 21 136 2 25 18 97 S 6u 71 181 SO 15 96 67 7 — 8 — 32 11 19 50 50 14 14 40 32 32 222 800 56 33 144 184 34 105 177 Pfttterson, Jewell" M. ~"~~~~~ 323 127 Veiling, John _______________ Reding, James ~ ____ ~" Reding, Alfred _ „ Redinu, Will ________ ZZ Runchey, Wm. . Reding, Peter ____________ 3chmlt, ________ Stattelman, Joseph _Z Schoby, Chester R. 204 112 240 98 160 65 120 52 308 118 160 70 160 85 160 70 320 75 80 43 80 56 65 46 7Q 64 64 154 91 97 57 53 10 20 18 44 124 30 22 38 34 30 11 15 15 26 31 60 28 28.9 13 9 6 12 a 9 9 29 14 10 40 11 7 12 200 60 29 75 189 128 43 49 146 92 70 79 180 95 04 Schmidt, Peter 160 Thllgea, Nick N. ZZZZZZ 320 124 Thilgea, Casper " 240 8S Thilges, Katherine 151 75 Thilges, H. M. 160 79 Thllgea, H. M. . 360 140 Thilges, Leo """ 280 105 Thllgea, Le iRoy . 160 78 Thllges, Henry 160 75 Thilges, Peter N. ""Z 200 «" Thllges, Leonard 440 Thllges, Will _ 200 Thllges, Paul 200 Thilges, J. M. ' 3fi5 125 Wlltgen, Michael _ 120 43 Weydert, James loo 85 Weydert, Leonard _. 160 54 Wlldln, Douglas S. 160 75 Weydert, Frank 340 150 Wolfe, Ed P. Z 80 30 Wagner, Mrs. John 300 157 Zelraet. Matt ZZZZZZZ 160 ffi Zeller, John 1°0 70 Zelmet, H. WTZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 160 76 74 PRATRIE TOWNSHIP Corwlth. Con- NAMB OP PRODUCER- Unit Arndorfer, Henry m "S 18 ^ ^ Arndorfer, M. A, ZZZZZZ 100 C9 ca 13 CO 84 69 150 141 SO SO 78 73 140 45 73 ffi 70 150 35 157 65 50 13 17 9 20 10 13 9 14 15 10 37 27 20 12 11 22 13 12 15 30 10 27 20 15 10 32 20 11 19 Itt 30 19 18 27 9 16 H 15 30 10 321 13 13 15 15 15 5 10 12 22 3 30 21 12 1 56 13 19 9 29 8 13 20 G 36 35 20 68 1 10 31 15 60 18 15 23 12 37 10 20 66 6 60 20 18 33 18 124 93 30 165 127 10 46 58 20 64 100 25 128 89 47 137 265 — 65 41 44 52 67 167 27 70 45 36 15 - 64 23 116 127 — 12 — 26 135 132 35 65 170 24 107 1S3 23 25 111 45 176 225 13 91 78 23 113 118 22 16 95 1E5 168 28 96 94 183 73 224 10 9 18 7 15 21 13 13 1 - — . 13 — 39 ZZ _ 33 — — 61 - — 139 — 29 - _ 13 — 72 67 17 26 39 8 31 20 147 32 171 16 117 42 78 137 78 50 260 189 25 15 11 IS 38 53 37 110 177 20 71 91 38 139 213 18 99 99 50 185 188 23 161 123 1 36 11 60 152 249 - W _ 24 81 109 65 248 230 11 30 53 38 283 1B9 22 80 113 21 92 130 34 169 152 1 _ 7 19 1 43 11 1 65 13 100 - 1 10 8 i _. a - 12 — Acres in Hogs Feeder Fa r . for J* 75 32 93 66 GO 73 Anderson, Louis ZZZ 160 Anderson, Howard Z-ZZZZZ 160 Anderson, C. C. 154 Brandt, John ZZZZZZZ 160 Blome, J. C. ZZZ 240 106 108 Beenken, George H. _ 221 80 80 Berglund, Walter 160 58 57 Busch, August 160 65 60 Busch, August ~ 80 45 46 Blome, S. F. _ 101 45 31 Blome, S. F. " IfiO 69 40 Brandt, Herman _ 160 62 65 Curtis, Robert L. "~ 1DO 87 87 Countryman, Arthur H. 149 87 60 Curtis, iRobert L. 80 20 18 Dutton, Walter J. Z-ZZZZZZ"" 320 155 140 Dontje, Harm _ 40 20 'O Domhardt iBros. 218 58 Darnell, Fred G. ~ 160 65 Darnel 'Bros. ZZZZ" RO 37 75 37 65 110 18 9 53 56 135 124 75 80 70 75 GO 70 78 66 Darnell, Fred G."Z"Z 160 Domhardt Brothers'ZZZ 28 Dontje, Harm _ 120 Engelberts, Otto • 335 Engelby, Clifton OT i«o Farrow, Mrs. Ernest Z 168 Cordon, Ray _ 150 3elhaus, Christ 100 Gelhaus, Christ ZZZZZZZZZZZZ 320 123 125 Golhaus, Paul ICO 58 54 Govern, Peter 100 E5 71 Haas, John ZZ ' 160 Haas, Ear] ~ 107 Haas, Carlton~~A7~ZZZZ 160 Hagedorn, August 120 Hutchison, R. M. _ 130 Johnson, Lester 159 Johnson, Thomas im Junkermeier, J. H. jm Junkermeier, J. H icfl Johnson, Chester ua Jorgensen, P. c. ojn Krosch, Maynard ua Kessel, L. R. :?X Kessel, L. W. y% Koestler, R. C.~Z "m Krosch, Maynard'c 149 Logo, Lee it, Lyons, Carletorf'RT ZZZZZ »40 Levin, Lynn c. 15 8 20 21 12 15 22 20 12 13 10 a 12 13 18 22 4 40 1 11 21 11 22 4 11 35 16 12 26 26 14 28 12 21 — 55 8 48 17 138 35 143 11 51 22 135 11 60 21 91 35 47 1S5 62 120 66 71 — 10 30 35 146 28 36 137 71 - — 203 ZZ ZZ 12 S 4 — 16 GO 13 37 21 8 — 77 — - — 51 13 — 21 27 22 69 126 - — 23 146 121 _ — 60 76 82 65 en 40 64 46 77 65 65 78 33 51 40 73 33 75 10 40 23 21.7 IS 15 25 43 13 33 18 25 12 10 14 16 67 — — 96 60 — 10 50 20 148 23 76 98 — — 1 28 19 181 — — 7 — 38 — _ — 13 30 21 22 155 ISO _ — 116 111 _ _ 135 61 — — 83 79- — — Miller, Harry Miller, E. A. Nutt, Wilbur Nltz, Frank G Pengel, Willis Pingel, Cecil A? Poppe, William " Plonger, "Fred F Rlchter Bros. Richter Bros. Rlchter, Otto Risk, Guy B. Risk, Orville R«ese, o. A. _ Rotterman, iWm Runksmeler, Herman" 58 87 30 61 161 50 240 80 320 114 108 160 SO Go 384 140 152 160 50 90 255 105 107 280 140 98 160 40 160 64. 100 73 100 67 470 153 320 134 39 97 111 160 148 76 55 1G5 78 G5 103 149 46 - «) Sullivan, J. -F' Slenzel Brothers Smith, Gerald M 85 54 165 141 62 67 145 165 759 318 436 160 48 62 Smldt, Jasper Scott, Walter Troff, Hemme West, Albert vT Weiler, Robt. Wentworth, ~~ SO 80 21 80 30 158 69 160 60 240 105 217 , Zlelske, Alfred Cassem, Peter 160 1GO 160 160 148 30 70 18 85 106 73 65 51 63 71 65 69 65 71 75 9 17 & 14 8 8 13 20 8 14 12 17 16 24 20 41 14 25 24 14 15 18 18 38 37 10 24 11 40 28 14 46 75 10 8 5 0 14 11 21 25 13 12 M 15 20 16 11 12 H 15 30 8 18 10 11 13 71 63 67 70 95 79 — — 37-10 16 — — 65 — — 79 — — 18 61 117 — — 23 132 31 _ _ 11 81 52 — — 27 32 16 119 81 202 203 - - 22 10 19 15 29 11 S3 26 8 17 8 16 13 65 1 22 11 18 13 68 23 30 10 15 85 - 110 18 133 15 71 23 205 — 66 68 207 18 15 11 18 35 77 17 89 66 63 67 77 67 239 185 68 71 10 11 8 13 87 — - - 117 - _ 1 26 ..17 25 115 179 _ 11 98 41 _ 20 61 105 _ 48 161 195 112 61 403 313 — 29 119 151 — 29 189 210 60 165 ai — 25 16 21 69 100 - ZZ EARLY PAYMENT 6 15 12 11 5 16 13 11 11 13 2 17 41 U 88 107 79 64 27 118 143 — — 8 12 13 10 19 27 48 67 64 41 66 70 69 , Gabel, Ted ------------- 480 010 ICO £2 ................. ll» 70 70 06 NOTICES NOTICE OF PfiOBATE OP WILL No. 3830. s , StaTte °* .^wa, Koasuth county ss. ^ ta District Court, April tern, Y™ October 27. 1926, having been this % ?' ° , Apn1 ' hearing proof D, H t° , ? J? ^ 8rict Coiart ot read ' is at the n » County, or the Clerk or said Court; and at 9 o'clock a, m. of the day above persoa8 rested „ are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause it any ot be probated and allowed as aad for the % WU1 »fl ($158.19) Dollars and costs, I have levied upon l| lowing described Real; >he property of the saidC Peterson and Mary satisfy said execution, to-ii East 'Half (E%) of the! Quarter pN'E%) of Section J (8) and the Southeast (SE%) of the Northwest 5 (NWVi) of Section Nine Township Ninety-seven I Range Twenty-eight (2i the Sth P. M. Kossuth coullj and I will proceed to property, or so much to may be necessary to execution with costs a costs at public auction, highest bidder, for cash,! •on the 9th day of May, 1 the east door ol the Cwt| in Algona, in Kossutk Iowa, at the hour of 10« m., of said day, when due attendance will be the undersigned. Dated this l&th day 1934. CARL DAHU Sheriff of Kosuth ComM By Casey Loss, 1 Harrington & Lowe, Plaintiff's Attorneys, NOTICE OF SHERIFFS* STATE OF IOWA, KOOSUTH COUNTY, Notice is hereby gi«»,' virtue of Special EMcra* ed to me from the Clwk«-1 itrict Court of Kossufli^ Iowa, on a Judgment eaid Court on tlhe 7th > 1934, in favor of The ' tral 'Life Insurance ij Cincinnati, Ohio, as pi against Southwest Quarts «t Section Twelve (12] y One Hundred (100) Thirty (30) West of Kossuth county, lov ant, for Uhe sum ofJe^< One Hundred TweuWl 100 «10,122.'59) Dollars ""I taxed at Fifty-three ($63.78) iDollars and r I have levied upon t described Real prop' property of the^ son, Hazel satisfy said The Southwest of Section Township One *—(soil Nortflj, Range Thirty If , the Sth P. M.. Iowa; and I will said property, or i as may be necessary W J execution, with costs»,31 costs at public esfc bidder, for the 9th day of east door of tne Algona, in K Ithe hour of ~ e , day, when afld.i* 8 " 1 , anee will be g»v<» » this 9tli M* Court 1 1934.

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