PAGE SIX KOSSITTR COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Steiner Gives Lakota School Address FOUR PUPILS END 4 VEARS IN THE H, S, pany has filed in the Insurance De, partment of Iowa, a sworn state- iment showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1933, in accordance with the provisions Twenty Years Ago to be the last Will nnd Testamenl of Henry Hoeck, deceased, dated November 26, 1932, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 18th day of June, 1934, la fixed for hearing proof of same at tha I A paper by J. W. Hinchon, of the [heart trouble. He had returned a i ess college. Algona Courier, was printed in the | few weeks before from Florida,! Mrs. J. W. Mrs David Mitchell in Meona lot Chapter -104, Title 20, of the, _ . ' Mr?. Gcorse Am an and'daughter. Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance j Court House In Algona, Iowa before Tecla spent Monday at Mason; Companies: and whereas said In- the District Court of said County, City, and visited Walter Aman,!surance Company has complied j or the Clerk of said Court; and at who is attending Hamilton busi- with the laws of this State relating] 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above ;to insurance. mentioned all persons interested Harris and daugto-: Therefore, in pursuance of law, | are hereby notified and required Lakota, May 22—Commencement exercises were hold at the school Advance. Mr. Hinchon had read it j where he had gone with a daugh-; ter Marie attended church in Wes-'l, E. W. Clark. Commissioner of at a county editorial meeting. The: ter. He was a w»ll known brick jley Sunday morning, and had din- Insurance, do hereby certify that paper was on^ the value of editor-'contractor who built the Kossuth i 11p d with the Lawrence Hansens. said Insurance Company is author- land Palo Alto courthouses and ' JIrs - Hansen is a daughter of Mrs.'jzed to transact the business of jmany other buildings in this part! Harris, Marie remained until Mon-iFire; Windstorm: Full Coverage ials in country newspapers. Lakota • • • * ..... .,„ Two Burt men, Rae Sewick and i of the state. He came toAlgonainii "X v night. auditorium last week Wednesday George Graham, were drowned in ; I860. i night, and the following program Silver Lake . They had gone there! »•»* given: processional, Betty John- with Arthur Moore and Charles! Marshal Hackman had a notice son; invocation, the Rev. F. 0. .Adams, also Burt, and had been on| in the paper that he had sent Johnson; music, girls' glee club; tno la!ce onlv 15 minutes, when j "come-and-settle" notices to ten address, Dr. E. A. Steiner, Grinnell Moore and Adams, who had a boat violators of the city speed ordi- Conrad and Collette Schissel, of college. A largo number of grade by themselves, heard the others,nance. One man had paid a fine Minneapolis, and Mrs. John Schis- pupils received attendance awards, ca!!ing for lleln - Sewick was a;of $15. sel, Adams, Minn., and a little sou but there wore only two in high'; we " know "n wrestler, . « « . were visitors at Arthur Schissel's school, Donald Worley and Dale * • • F - G - Luke, expert accountant, last week Hamquist. Two prizes of 92.50 M. G. Norton was further dis- had J' ust finished checking the Dorothy Koppen, who had visited each were awarded to the out- tinguishing himself at Iowa City, ! coun ty books and had found every- at DeB M °ines, came home last standing' boy and girl in high 1 having been named one of 14 con- tnin E ln good order. Thursday, and has since been hav- school by the Acorn club, the win- ; testants to advance in debating, ners being Beverly Tamen and * * * * who were chosen by | The annual junior-senior ban Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Seeley had loaned a display of Philippine Ing the measles. A number of men about town went fishing last week at lakes. vote of the high school and faculty, 'quet had been Riven and th P hnp"! KOods to the Wehler jewelry store Man >" reported good catches. William Ley and Dorothy Clemans icalaureate <•". *"" me oac- :f _ „„„„,,— J , „ XT™ ,-,.„.,!„ *,„„„ sermon was to f ° r a Window " Mrs. Cronie Roelfsenia entertain- were given scholarship awards. ~"~E. ' preached by "the^Rev Mr°rodrtnrrt < bows - arrows -and a dress! The See- ed the Methodist Aid at her home president of the The Rev. C E Medb'urv' of HP, ! leys ' after a visit here ' Planned to last week Wednesday. ^' OI ues return to the Philippines. I The E - &• Worleys spent th • • « • i week-end with Mrs. Worley's par John Guderian and his mother ents at Mason City, had gone to Grundy Center to see a new son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil .hni - . . , ot ^ es school board, presented diplomas; Moines, was to give the commence- to \Villjam Ley, Dorothy Clemans, iment address Luella Klocke, and Derwood Tren-i .... ary. The closing prayer was giv- cn by the Rev. Mr. Frerking. Doctor Steiner said wonderful progress is being made in the world in all ways except in thinking. His advice was to think and not wait for others to do it. Ledyard .|-H Girls Meet— The Ledyard township 4-H girls met with Catherine Berschman Saturday, and their leader, Emma Gutknocht, helped them can rhubarb and asparagus after a method taught by Miss Swinney, Ames. A planned luncheon was served, prepared by the «irls. Roll call was answered with mother's day poems, and a talk on table manners was given by Arlcno Heetland. Miriam James Cowan, father of H. R. „ „„ au Cowan, died at his son's home of!Guderian. ST, JOE NINE & IRVINGTON INJ8-8 TILT St. Joe, May 22—After a somewhat stoaky start the St. Joe Cardinals settled clown to spank Irvington Sunday, 18-8. The Cardsi TI .. , held a 7-3 lead in the early inn- Heetland gave a demonstration on | ings, only to Have Irvington tie testing jars for leakage, and Mar-; them at 7-all in flhe fourth garet Schroeder had charge of aj Going into the seventh with the music memory period. Elizabeth | score still deadlocked the Card- Kamstock and Margaret played one mals staged a four run rally then LEGAL NOTICES last Thursday for Claremont, | I'KDLVEY ELECTION NOTICE Minn., wlhere they were to spend, State of Iowa, Kossuth County: of the music- memory pieces as a ! added seven in the next "frame" piano duet. Eleven club girls, one | The battery for St. Joe ' visitor. Kxther Buckels, and leader attended the meeting. District Itrotherhood Meets— the was Klein and Thul and Olson, and for Irvington Ramus and Stripling. Next Sunday the Cardinals will Play their first home game, tang- Ono hundred ten men attended a 'mg with the crack Livermore Methodist Brotherhood meeting I nine. Livermore boasts a strong of the Forest. City group at Led-! lineup, including the two Maloy yard last week Monday. The Rev.! hrothers, well remembered by tlhe G. R. McDowell, Swca City, and : st - J°o fans because they starred several days with relatives. The William Hammers spent Sunday with William's Mrs. Edw. Hammer, Swea City the E J. Odells, Bancroft. To the qualified electors of Kos suth County, Iowa: In compliance with the provis en to the qualified electors of Kos some of his laymen, though not in ior St. Joe some years ago tho district, attended. Dinner was Kame will be culled at 2:45.' served by the Ledyard Methodist I Aid, and the program consisted of music by tho high school band; Tlhe KiUenballers in Sunday Game— _, There was a kittenball game songs by an Epworth League male' Sunday afternoon near the J. B. quartet; instrumental music; and' McNeill, Champlin oil station bean address by the Rev. J. Robt. Hoerner, of the Algona Congregational church. The next meeting will bo at Buffalo Center on June 11, and the women are invited. Mrs. Samuel Warbnrton Honored— The Swea City W. C. T. U. met tween McNeill's Champlin River Rats and Becker's Phillips 66 Boys of St. Joe. The score was in favor of Wie River Rats. Ninth Graders Here Picnic The ninth graders of St. Joseph's parochial school and the Rev. George Theobald held their annual picnic Monday. Mrs. Staltleman Has Birthday Friends and relatives gathered with Mrs. Samuel Warburton here last week Tuesday. Mrs. Warburton was leader of the union many years, but resigned recently on moving to Lakota, and Mrs. "j. M. | a t Dye, vice president, will finish this i to mirnri«> TIT..C a* m year as presiding officer. The worn- honor ^ a birhday SUttleman en gave Mrs. Warburton a pyrex — casserole. Mrs. F. 0. Johnson and Music Pupils Give Recital Mrs. J. H. Warburton were guests ' The Phillip Fourages, Joseph suth County, Iowa, that a primarj Becker Sr., and George Thul were! election wil1 De he ld at the regula at Fort Dodge last week AVednes-i po s Places in the several elec day on a business mission. """ ''"" ~° " ~ ' Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Berte and Mrs Susan Berte drove to Templeton Sunday to spend the day with Sister M. Deotilla. Mr. and Mrs. P. Mueller and the Nick Redings, Whittemore. were visitors at William Reding's last week Tuesday evening. The Sisters from the academy at Pocalhontas visited Uhe Mount St. Francis Sisters here last week Tuesday evening. .The Matt Kirsches and Margaret Fisch drove to -Remsen Sunday to visit Mr. Kirsch's sister, .Sister M Phyllis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Germann, Blue Earth, spent Sunday with Albert's sister, Mrs. William Reding. Mike Reding spent a day last week at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, receiving medical aid. The Mike Schumachers Whittemore, were at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's! last week Wednesday evening John p. Bormann went to Fort Dodge Saturday, and he had Jiis tonsils removed. Matt Kirseh drove to Des Moines Monday on business. He returned Alfred Kohlhaas has been having an attack of tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. A. tion precincts of Kossuth County Iowa, on Monday, June 4th, 1934: The polls will be open from 8 o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock p. m. A this primary election candidates are to be nominated by the Democratic and Republican parties for the following offices: One Governor One Lieutenant Governor One Secretary of State One Auditor of State One Treasurer of State One Attorney General One Secretary of Agriculture Two Railroad Commissioners One Superintendent of Public Instruction. One Representative in Congress (8th District) One State Representative (85th District) One County Auditor One County Treasurer One Clerk of the District Court One County Sheriff One County Recorder One County Attorney One County Coroner. One Supervisor, District No. 2, erm beginning January 1936. One Supervisor, District No. 4 term beginning January, 1936 One Supervisor, District No. 5 term beginning January, 1935 Township Officers- Two Justices of the Peace for at the meeting, to io women. Lunch was served Pupils Have School Picnics— The high school pupils and the teachers spent Friday at Interlaken, where a picnic dinner was and roller-skating, bathing, eaten etc., provided entertainment. Grades 1-2-3-4, Helen Awe and Lucy Carsen, teachers, had a picnic in the Ed Kahl grove, north of town, and Grades 5-6-7-8, Audrey Hastings and Edith Buxton, teachers, had one in the John Heetland grove, south of town, the same day. Ten Children Are Confirmed— The following young folks were confirmed at church Sunday the Lutheran evening: Elnora and Katherine Poppe, Pearl Hennig, Elizabeth Ramstock, Marvin Weise, Billy Bauman, Verdeen Baum, Edward Loats, Lorenz Nitz, and Vernon Zoller. Mrs. H. D. MiiKsman Improved— Mrs. H. D. Mussman, who has been sick during the last few weeks, is reported much improved. Her daughter, Mrs. George Kempf, Riceville, and Mr. Kempf visited her one day last week. Other Lakota News. Mesdames W. E. Gutknecht and Jerry Ukena entertained the Presbyterian Missionary society last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Gutknecht's. Mesdames Frerking and Leona Heetland, delegates, gave reports of a Presbyterial at Port Dodge. The Martin Bobos and Mr. and Mrs. John Loutrol, Emmetsburg, were at Erman Hanseu's Saturday. They brought home little Billie Hansen, who had visited the Bobos, and took home Emma Bobo, who had attended school here this year. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis, their son Carl, bis wife, and little daughter, all of Eagle Grove, were Sun- _ 0 ^ - L. Greenfield' M" + £ Joe Stattle-man's Sunday evening ' and daughter Edith, Mr. and Mrs m townshi P surprise Mrs. Stattleman in i A. D Richards and sons of Lone ! v- ° Constabl es Rock, spent Sunday with Mr. and J? Mrs. Floyd Richards, northeast of t ne Town ship Trustee for each Blue Earth, Minn. Floyd is a son i°^!? lp ' term beginning January in f Sister M. Ciaretta, music teadh- er, here, presented her pupils Friday afternoon in a church basement. recital in the Two Priests Go Fishing— The Rev. George Theobald here and .the Rev. T. J. Davern, Algona spent last Thursday fishing at Spirit Lake. Commencement for 8th Grade Commencement exercises for the eighth grade ihere are to be held next Monday evening. Other St. Joe. The Ben Philibseus, Bode, were visitors at George Schaller's Sunday, and the Henry Bonnstetters were tlhere a week ago Sunday. The Jake Mantys were 'there last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thuil and three sisters from the school here drove to Bancroft Sunday, and the Thula visited relatives while the! Sisters visited the Sisters of the school here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer accompanied the Joseph Kramers near Algona, to Lost Island last Thursday to fish The Sebastian and Adam Kramers were there al- and Mrs. Le Roy Thilgea •and Leonard Manfihei spent Sunday at John Hammer's near Swea City, and at John Manthei's. near Ledyard. A number of young people from here attended a Junior-senior banquet dance at St. Cecelia's academy, Algona, last week Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James -Becker deft so. Mr. for each town- , . i , of Mr and Mrs. A. D. Richards, | 1> -J 935 and a nephew, of Mrs. A. L L One T °wnship Trustee for each Greenfield. The crops there are I ownshi P. term beginning January about like here. They lhave'nt had ' 1936 two showers this spring, and the . One T °wnship Clerk for each dust 'Storms have .been bad. Mr township. Richards farms 160 acres. He mov- ' . One Township Assessor for each ed to Blue Earth two years ago township. eaon from Swea City. He also lived on I One Party committeeman and his father's farm at Lone Rock one Party committeewoman for for several years. Mrs. Richards ia ! ea( * Precinct, delegates to the the former Lulu Zeigler, of Al-; County Convention are to be elect Automobile Insurance in the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1035. I further certify that on December 31, 1933, the statement shows— 1st. Total Admitted Assets $281,638.68 -d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital. 100,727.33 od. Capital Paid Up 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities ... 180,911.35 5th. Surplus as regards Policyholders 180,911.35 In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines, this first day of April, 1934. (Seal) E. W. CLARK, 36 Commissioner of Insurance. Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines. AX3TUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the Allied American Mutual Fire Insurance Company, located at Boston in the State of Massachusetts. Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1933, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 404, Title 20, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, E. W. Clark, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact the business of Automobile Fire Insurance in the State of Iowa, as required by law until the first day of April, 1935. I further certify that on December 31, 1933, the statement shows— 1st. Total Admitted Assets $627,611.54 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital 209,770.81 3d. Capital Paid Up _ 100,000.00 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities ... 317,840.73 to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 22, 1934. B. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. 36-38 Alma Pearson, Deputy. 5th. Surplus gards as re- Policyholders 417,840.73 In Testimony Whereof, I have lereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines his first day of April, 1934 Seal) E. W. CLARK, o Commissioner of Insurance. VOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3838. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ™, Iu Distri ct Court June term, 934. 'o All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. HOWARD GIBSON, Plaintiff, vs. RUSSELL BAMSEY, MRS. RUSSELL BAMSEY, HORACE BAMSEY, ETHEL WALKER, C. P. WALKER, HELEN KARNIS, MIKE KARNIS, ARTHUR BAMSEY, FRANCIS HORTON, ARTHUR HORTON, BEULAH MILLER, FLOYD MILLER, KATIE BRIDLE, JAMES BRIDLE, ETHEL OWENS, EDITH OWENS, Defendants. To Each and All of the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in the above entitled cause will be filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa in and for Kossuth county, alleging that plaintiff and defendants are the owners of the following described premises, to-wit: Lots Five and Six (5 and 6), Block Thirty-one (31), Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. That the same cannot be partitioned in kind; that the parties cannot agree upon a mutual division thereof or a sale thereof. The plaintiff is asking for a partition of said premises, for a sale thereof by the Court and division of the proceeds and for an accounting Also for n judgment for costs For further particulars see petition when on file, And unless you appear thereto and defend .before noon of the second day of tho next term, being the September term of said which will convene at tho „„„,,. House at Algona, Kossuth county Iowa, on the 24th day of September, A. D. 1D34, default will bo entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon provided by law. Dated this 17th day of May A BEDELL & BEDELL, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Court, Court as D. 1934. 36-39 Ca.«li,,at ctor j rt will be TODAY'S NEM'S FOR Fat^olks Keep Cool and Peppy All Summer Long While Losing Fat the Safe Way—The Right Way. Out of the thousands of letters received we give you this one from a grateful young man. "I am 23 yrs. old. I weighed 210 Ibs. about one year ago when I started to take Kruschen Salts off and on for nine months. I lost weight alright so I began to take it regular for the last 3 months. I now weigh 145. I feel better, look better and I am 0. K. in every way. I also eat anything I want."—Mr. J. C. Record, Miami, Fla. While losing unsightly fat with fs.ruschen you gain in health for Kruschen acts on liver, kidneys and bowels and helps keep body free from poisons and acid. Keep cool and full of pep this summer by taking one half teaspoonful in a glass of hot water every morning. Get it at E W nstrument of writing purporting Lusn >'' s . Sorenson Drug Store, or and druggist. The RIGHT idea in shoes f| summer is the WHITE id ea $1.25 to $4.95 Whatever you're wear- inpr, wherever you're going, white shoes add dash and Tightness to your summer fashion. Choose a whole shoe wardrobe from this grand collection. These are more than shoes— they're creations in fine footwear! ..WHITE.. Oxfords Operas Step-ins Ties Sandals * Christensen Bros. Ct Shoe Department gona. ed, as follows: 'Sexton & Doan played 'ball ,Sun- I day afternoon at Doan, with Sex- Precinct- ton winning, 41-11. I Algona—1st Ward ~""s Mr and Mrs. Stanley Gardner'Algona—2nd Ward B and little daughter, Dona Jean, of Algona—3rd Ward R Aiigona, .were Sunday guests of) Algona—4th Ward 4 Mrs. Gardner's mother, Mrs. John, Buffalo Township 4 Hull, Sr., |Burt , Mr^ and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Cresco "IIIII | L. Greefields Eagle IIIIIIIII""" 2 f>1fl /"*11»'l*a v»*r« 'TT'nmJ. T -w^. . — — — •• — -. ft son Dean and the A were callers at Harold Curran's near Lu Verne, last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Curran is a nephew of Mr. Greenfield. Rex Taylor spent East Lone Rock "(Burt night and Sunday Samp, Algona. Rex and Mitchell Taylor attended a calf club meeting Saturday afternoon at the Algona high •PYlJll rtrt 1 ° ---------Fenton __ » Garfleld ____ ~~~~~~~" 4 school. Mrs, . 'Saturday German o with 'Lowell | Grant HH 2 Greenwood I 9 Harrison IIII""" 5 Hebron II 2 Irvington II" 2 . Andy Baker, of Mason City, Dakota (Ledyard Twp') 4 last, week with her daugh^ If*?," 1 2 spent ter, Mrs. John Huff, Arthur Grosenbach, of Grinnell, spent a few days last week with Rex and Mitchell Taylor. Mary Harris, of Algona, is enjoying a two-week vacation with her mother and sister, Mrs. J. W Harris and Marie. Winifred Plumb is spending Lincoln 2 Lone Rock (Fenton Tn") 2 Lotts Creek 4 Lu Verne Twp. ... """ 3 Plum Creek 3 Portland ~~~ 2 Prairie IIIIII 6 Ramsey 4 Riverdale III"" 4 this week with her grandmother, Seneca IIIIII 3 day visitors at the home, and Carmen also a guest there. brother of Frank. Frank Lewis Sanden George was is a The R. E. Hamquists left Friday for two weeks with friends at Gray, where they lived and Mr. Hamquist taught before they came here. They will attend an alumni banquet there this week. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson entertained Doctor Steiner while he was here for the commencement exercises last week. Mrs. Johnson knew him when she attended college at Grinnell. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter at tended the funeral of Casper Smith at Algona a week ago Sunday. Henry Mitchell went to Iowa City early last week and had a steel leg brace adjusted. He can Heldover Fenton News now walk without crutches anc can drive his car. Mr. and Mrs. Buxton, of Olin, came Saturday and took home their daughter Edith, teacher nere, with them Sunday. [Held from Last Week.] Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wolfe enter tained at a family dinner Sunday Guests were Mr .and Mrs. Car Wolfe, Klemme, Ralph Wolfe ant a friend, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs Calvin Housholder, Lone Rock and Freeman Wolfe, Fenton. Mesdames Alfred Meyers, R. C Goetsch, J. T. Snyder, and Wil bert Holldorf attended a mission ary meeting and tea at Mr. M. G Norton's, Algona, last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Meyers took pan Jn the program. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers. Mrs. Dorothy Gerhards, her children, and Ellen Htuessy, guest at the Ke?mers bo.ne, were dinne; guests at the Ray Reimers homo at^ Ringsted Sunday. The Priebe brothers accompanied P. H. Atwood, of the Central States Electric Co., to Sioux Falls last week Tuesday to inspect meat •refrigerators. They returned Wednesday. Bryan Connell, Des Moines called at F. H. Bonn's last week VIonday evening. He is claim agent for the Fanners Mutual Hail Insurance company, Des Moines. The Virgil Roys, of the Rolfe) elephone exchange, were Sunday visitors at Howard Reeder's. Mr Roy and Mr. Reeder were once fellow workers at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, John -Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Pearl Haase, and Chris Widdel were entertained Sunday at L. J. Weiabrod's. Mrs. Fred 'Bohn visited her father, Nick Goeders, at Cylinder, Friday. He is, still confined to hisi bed from a recent accident, but is convalescing, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod return.-d Sunday from Burt, after caring for her nephew, Billie 'Boettcher, who was sick with pneumonia, but is improving. Alice Glaus went to Estherville last week Tuesday for an extended visit with (her sister, Mrs. Don (Brown. Weistbrods spent Mrs. Wei&brod's The Walter Sunday with .., mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky," ~A1- ~;ona. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kenning, Ceokuk, were ibrief callers at Ed. Sch'lei'e Friday. Mrs. H. C. Goetsch and Mrs. J. T. Snyder were Fairmont shoppers ''riday. i The Otto Sdbmidts, Buffalo Cen-! er, were at A. J. Krause's Sunday. Demo- Repub- cratic lican 5 8 5 5 5 5 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 6 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 3 have .Sexton (Irvington Tp.)I 3 I Sherman a Springfield "III 2 Swea IIIII 2 Union ~ o Wesley IIIIIIIIII 5 Whittemore g In testimony whereof, * uavts hereunto set my hand and affixed ihViwL H' the : County of Kossuth this 15th day of May, A. D. 1934. , E. J. 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