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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA School Children Will Give Recitations at Picnic WHITTEMORE'S LUTHERANS TO HEAR PROGRAM Whittemore, nual Lutheran May 29—The an- picnic program is to be iheld this week Friday evening beginning at 8 o'clock in the basement at the Lutheran school. The program follows: Part I—Come Chldren and Join in our Festival Song; double greeting, Kenneth Rusch — Alice* Zumaoh; recess, Gladys Ostwald. Rfcgina Fye, Alice Struecker; vacation days Ella Braatz; essay on Columbus, Melvin Heinrich; My Shadow, Wayne Gade; TJiose I Love, Hazel Maahs; Days of Summer Glory; looking for work, Ernest Meyer; Harold Braatz, Erwin Braatz, Norbert Zumach, Edwin Schumaker, Vera Dau, and Helen Hahn; Little White Lily; A Useful Gift, Lois Ohm; Do It Now, Marjorie Baas; The iBoy that Laughs, Lucile Heldt; the pilgrim, (Grades 5-8). Johnny's Logical Conclusion, Veryl Baas and Delbert .Balgeman; Mother's Almanac, Dawn Vaudt; All's 111 that Begins III, Norbert Tietz; the Chickens, .Donald Wehrspan; Keeping Time. Grades 1-4. OPart II— Indian Lullaby, Grades 5-8; The Conjugating German, Ells- isworth Heid«nwith, Roland Oswald, and Harold Jletvnke; Summer's Call, 'Elnora Voigt; Thankfulness, Helen Meyer; The Little Boy's Pocket, Melvin Zumacb," Being Blue, Melvin Baas; The Postman, Grades 1-4; Vacation Fun, Dorothy Braatz, Melvin Roeber, Gene Vaudt, Kathleen Maahs. Eldora Maahs, Raymond Meyer. Delbert Ostwald, Alice Heinrich, Nelda Gade, Calvin Vaudt, Alvin/ Meyer, Marjorie Wegener, Wilma Dau, Albert Potratz, Marcus Zumach and Eldora Holdt. Echo Song, Grade 5-8 ; A Little Voice, Elnora Ostwald; If .E Braatz; The Best Way, Elmer Maahs; A Pony 'Ride^rades 1-4; The Handy Grandmother, Esther Heldt, Norma Bell, Maxine Helmle. Helen Ohm, and Gertrude Meyer; I Know Something Good About You, Luana Dau; A Word, Normun Sohultz; A Bear Meal Irene Bell; Good-bye, Phyllis Vaudt; Vacation Time, Grades Attend Priest's First Mass Mr. and Mra. John Lubenthal and nephew Lucian 'Meurer drove to Ames Sunday morning to attend first mass of Father Earl Carberry, ordained at Columbia college Dubuque, Saturday. More than 200 relatives attended .a banquet held at the SheJdon-Munn hotel, Ames and later a reception at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carberry. Twenty-five priests <and ten nuns were present. He will take up ihis duties at Portland, Ore. Father Carberry is a cousin of Mrs. 'Lubenthal. Father Carber- iry'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carberry, also celebrated their golden wedding Monday. The Lub- «nthals and Lueian returned 'Sunday evening. Albert Behnkes Return Home— Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'Behnke of Excelsior Springs, Mo., visited local relatives and friends Sunday and Monday. They were accompanied Ihome by Fred's parents, Mr. an Mrs. Albert Behnke who have fo the past three months been tak ing treatments at the Excelsio Springs hospital. Mr. and Mrs Behnke are both feeling fine. O their way home they stopped a Webster City, and .brought Fran Behnke, Lutheran teach«r, iher with them. He is also a son of tb Albert Behnkea. Three Kittenball-Games— Tuesday evening at the publ school the merchants and oiler played kittenball. The merchant, won 21-8. Wednesday evening a the .public school the creamery -an the Junior league played a fas game of kittenball. The score wa 6-4 in favor of the Creamery men Thursday evening the Nort 'Farmers and the South Farmer 'Played kittenball and the Sout Farmers won 11-1. Will Teach in Michigan- Mr, and Mrs Albert Behnke received word last week that thei son Elmer, who has finished post graduate-, course • at. Concor dia Teachers college, Chicago, ha accepted a position teaobing Lutheran school at Monitor, Mich Mrs. Mike Tierney, daughte Mary, and Frank Flood, of Indian apolis, Ind., are visiting Mrs James Foley. They are cousins o Mrs. Foley. College Students Come Home- Herman Voight, son Harolc daughter Evelyn, and Doroth Heidenwith drove to Mason Cit Friday to get RoseJla Voigt, wh attended Hamilton college. .Rosel la will return in September. The were also accompanied to Wesle by Heturg 'Richter and to Algona by Melvin Schiltz. Girl Has Emergency Operation— Geraldine, daughter, of Mr. an. Mrs. Earl iSheppard, while attend dng classes at the Academy Tues day, was taken suddenly ill. sh was brought to the McCreery hos .pital wihere examinations showe that an immediate operation wa necessary for appendicitis. She i recovering. Wesley Is Defeated 15-11— The Whittemore nine defeate< the Wesley nine here Sunday 15 11. Whittemore ran in 9 scores and Wesley 3 in the first inning Peter Nellis and Pat Farrel Swea City News D. W. Fults Jr. holds the honor of valedictorian for the graduating class of 1934 from the Swea City high school. Second place is held lointlyby Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson, and Edith, daughter of Mrs. P. C. Dahl. The .hree averaged better than 90 per 2ent grades during their four years n high school. Mrs. A. J. Christensen, posttnis- ress, has received official notice hat the rural mail routes Nos. 1 ind 2 out of Swea City will be nerged June 1, with Richard Berg is carrier. Samuel Warburton will hen retire on pension. It is now he policy of the postoffice depart- nent to combine routes, if possible, vhenever a carrier is retired. The lew route will cover approximately 1 miles, and the carrier will leave he office at 10:30, returning at 4 ) Tn • LLtt Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hardt's 12- ear-old son Martin had a narrow- scape from death or serious acci- ent last week Wednesday, when a orse he was riding was struck by car driven by Julius Rohlf. The orse suffered broken legs and had o be shot. Marlin was painfully ruised, but was around as usual in couple of days. Ruth Kinseth and Donald Dourte •ere married last week Tuesday. layed kittenball with Wihitte- lore there Sunday, and Whftte- lore won by a score of 9-8. Herert Vaudt -was pitcher, for "Wibit- The new Mrs. Dourte is the fourth of the 1933-34 teaching staff here to be married. Mr. Dourte is second man in the local creamery. Funeral services for Mrs. Alvin Lloyd, who died last week Monday in the maternity ward of an Emmetsburg hospital, were conducted at the Baptist church last week Wednesday, the Rev. G. R. Siemens in charge. The Lloyds moved from here to Mallard last Fall, after having lived here since their marriage March 30, 1927. A daughter, Bonnie, 3%, besides the husband, survives. Mrs. Lloyd also left two brothers and two sisters. She was Margaret Dillon before marriage, and was 37 years old. Saturday was Poppy day in Swea City, and the Legion women sold the flowers. Mrs. A. G. Augustadt, of Mason City, spent last week Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Thomson. A. H. Schuler, new superintendent of schools here, will leave June 5 tor Iowa City to begin studies toward a master's degree. He will return August'!. Esther Chambers, linotype operator at Morning Sun, has been spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Chambers, Eagle township. She will teach the No. 5 Eagle township school next year. GEORGE FERSTL SR. IflATIII nrmiinr-n catcher. Aunt of Mrs. Fan^man Dies— Mr. and Mrs. George Fangman received a telegram Thursday evening stating the death of Miss Lensmg, of Remsen, an aunt of Mrs. Fangman. Mrs. Pangman accompanied relatives from Bancroft to the funeral Saturday. Witnesses Sister's Graduation— The Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Ditcher and son Norman drove to Wall Lake, Thursday to attend the graduation exercises of the Rev. Mr. T"fci c/*Vi a.**'«> r>!n4A« T*_it Hbt Discher's sister turned Friday. Esther. They re- Birthday ig Observed- Roland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Esser, entertained eleven .boys Sat- AT SLJEHEDICT St. Benedict, May 29 — George Ferstl Sr. died early Sunday morning at his home here, following a long illness with a cancer on his face. Mr. Ferstl was born at Beaver Dam, Wis., and was 77 years old at death. He was married and moved here on a farm four miles west of St. Benedict, which he farmed a ;ood many years. In later years he moved to this village where he had a home for himself and a son Max. Mrs. Ferstl died 23 years ago, urday afternoon i n honor of his| and three children Ferry, Anna local pitchers, and Tommy Farre catcher. Pat Farrel was the only home run hitter for Whittemore Sodality Program Giren— The Young Ladies Sodality of St. Michael's church iheld its annual program -and meeting at the Academy hall last week Tuesday evening. Cards and other entertainment were enjoyed. 'Later in the evening a delicious lunoh wad served. Ajg»«i»Ba IOM to The Sinclair team from Algona 'birthday. Games were played lunch was served. Plays for Prom Dance- George Garmody and Ms orches ra played at the Prom dance a Esthemlle Wednesday evening in the Roosevelt gymnasium. St. Paul's Picnic Sunday— The annual St. Paul's Lutheran school picnic will be held in the ^"l,^! 61116 ^ groye - formerly the Albert Vaudt grove, Sunday. Other Whittemore. A school picnic was held at the H. L. Simpson school ihouse Monday. All the mothers were invited to attend. James Crosby one of the pupils, also celebrated his 12th birthday there. The teacher is Marcel la Fandel. Mrs. Cecelia Elbert and family were visitors at Fort Dodge Saturday They were accompanied back by Mary Elizabeth, who graduated from nurses training at the .'Christ Meyer went by rail to El gin, 111., Friday evening to visit his brother Heinrich, who has been ill for some time. Mrs Louise w w,i ™ fcatayip* at his. horn while Mr. Meyer is gone. T,*. Mr »f' S. arl TBlbert accompanied Her brother, Henry, and iher father Ernest Neuman, of Algona, to Cherokee, Friday to get Dorothy Neuman, who has -been in the hos pital there for a year. Sunday dinner guests at thi Jim Bisenioug home were th< Frank Koljasches and Joe , of Whitteraore, the Herman Bodes •Richard Hengel who ihas been ii the hospital for a week with in testinal trouble, Saturday was taken to the home of MB sister Mrs. Frank Schattschneider. Mr Hengel has improved. Mrs. H. E. Woodward was guest at the Country club last week Wednesday. Madame CoyJe of Humboldt, last of the Cherokee Indians gave a very pleasing musical program. Mr. and Mrs. Hazelton and baby °J lR "?* Sted ' and Mrs. Ben Schreier of Milwaukee. Wia., are visiting at ' P ' C ? ln ? Ier ' s - H - Rosier an< « Q - - an<j Mrs. Schreier are children of the. Rmglers. Mrs. Emmet Jackman entertained at two tables of contract bridge at Algona Thursday. Those wining prizes were Mrs. Paul Trauger first, and Mrs. Kleinpeter, second . Mrs. Mary Kann, daughter Marie, of Minot, N. D., and another daughter. Sister Mary .Ruth, of "Sf Joseph, Minn visited at J. s. CflN len s Thursday and Friday Edwin Mallory, son of Mr. aud Mrs. Maurice Mallory, went to Jolley, Sunday to spent the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lottman. Loren son of Mr. and Mrs .Robert Bell, of Algona, has been spending the past week with ibis grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmelmg. Josephine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. iRalph Fandel is spending the week with (her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Theodore Elbert, of Algona. Jim Fleming, son of the J. M. Flemings, and Marguerite Nelson Mason City, friend of Marguerite, were Sunday visitors at J. M. Flem- Bartlett and Mrs. entertained several in ng's. Mrs. R. A. Idvv, Butler women at the Bartlett home honor of Mrs. Roy Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Boil and M?. and Mrs. James Boil, of Blackfoot, daho, visited the men's sister Mrs. Catherine O'Brien. Mrs. George Mergen has been >ick at her home the past week. f«r daughter Mrs. Peter Mueller, as been caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen and iiildren, of Mason City, and Kat- McGovern, of Clear 'Lake, spent and Minnie, are dead. He is survived by one brother, Joe Ferstl of this community, and three sisters, Mrs. C. M. Immerfall, Mrs. Martin Rahm, Mrs. Joe Meyer, of St. Cloud, Minn. Mrs. August Garmann, of Wesley, who died last winter, was a sister. He is also survived by four children and 17 grandchildren. The children are George, Laura (Mrs. John Ritter), Richard, and Max. Another daughter, Mrs. John Froehlich, died three years ago. Mr. Ferstl was a well known man in the community. Funera services were held here at the Catholic church Tuesday at 9 a. m. and burial was made at the loca cemetery. Pallbearers were Isadore Eisenbarth, G. G. Studer. John Witte, Herman Erickson, Will Arndorfer/and Philip Aman. Mary Fisch is Married— The wedding of Mary Fisch and Michael Weydert, of St. Joe, took place at the local church Tuesday morning at 7:30 a. m. The bride is the second oldest daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fisch. A prenuptial mass was said by the Rev H. B. Kramer, and the couple was attended by the bride's sister, Marcella, and the bridegroom's brother. The bride was dressed in white satin with a long veil, and her bridesmaids wore peach colored dresses and hats to match. The Weyderts will go on a honeymoon for.a week, after which 1 'tney will live near St. Joe, where Mr. Weydert farms. Program Closes School Tear— The parochial school closed Friday and held its program Sunday evening at the hall. A very large crowd attended and the children gave their parts well. There were seven graduates from the eighth grade. Other St. Benedict News. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Potthoff Sr. and Helen and Francis Raskopf, of Carroll, arrived Saturday and spent Sunday with Mrs. Potthoff s mQther.,Mrs. Anna.< Huschka. and other relatives. They returned home Monday and Helen remained for the summer with her aunt, Mrs. Al Roseumeyer. Frank and Olivia Mathias, of Big Stone City, S. D., spent Sunday at John Arndorfer's. They have been visiting here for a week or more. Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Mr. and Mrs. John Froehlich and son, of Cedar Rapids, spent Sunday here with the Dan Froahllohs The Will Arndorfer family spent Sunday at Roy Picken's, Algona. Sunday at John Cullen's. Win. McCaugihly, Mason City visited at P. J. jiMohsen's Sunday He works for the Mason City Globe-vjazette. Helen, daughter of Mrs. Nell Farrel, who is employed at Forest City, spent the week-end with her mother. The Royal Neighbors, of Alg.nm lield a social gathering at L. W. Swanaon's last week Tuesday The Junior baseball team played with a group of 'boys south of town Sunday. The boya lost 22-15. The Whittemore Junior base ball team defeated Rodman 10-2 one day last week. 'Supervisor F. J. Balgeman ihas been laid up with rheumatism for the past week, The Herman Strueckers of Fenton, visited at Fred Struecker's Sunday. The Joe McTigues, of Emmetsburg, visited at J. S. Cullen'a Sunday. Abe Keene, of Des Moinea, ia visiting relatives and friends. Those sick this week are Ernest Saager and Kdward Farrel. A poppy sale was held Saturday with good success. PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER FOR GIRUT L, R, Lone Rock, May 29—A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower was given Saturday afternoon at Frederick Schultz's in honor of Ersel Blanchard, who will soon be married to Chester Alrae. A mock wedding was performed, Mrs. W. G. Flaig as the bride; Lois Whitehill, the bridegroom; Mrs. Fred Genrich, the bride's father; Mrs. Watson Shick, the bride's mother; Lillian Angus, best man; Margaret Roderick, bridesmaid; flower girls, Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Neva Thompson; Mrs. Oscar Earing, the minls- ;er; Mra. Calvin and Mrs, Frank Householder, pages; and Mrs. Har!an Blanchard, ring bearer. The )ride-to-be received many beautiful and useful gifts, and 85 attended. Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mrs. H. J. Rice, Mrs. Harlan Jlanchard, Mrs. L. R. Roderick, Mrs. Lajtrence Dittmer, Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Mrs. Oscar Earing, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Mrs. Alex Krue- ;er, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Mrs. William ^ish, of Whittemore, and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, of Burt, were out-of- own guests. Shower Honors Mrs. Schlck— A miscellaneous shower was heh ast week Wednesday afternoon at Watson Shick's in honor of Mrs Charles Shick, nee Ruby Riddle Games were played. The bride was the recipeient of many useful gifts Forty attended. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. H. J Rice, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs Glenn Sharp, Mrs, J. M. Blanchard Mrs. G. A. Sharp, Mrs. Fred Genrich, and Mrs. Watson Shick. Out- of-town guests were Beulah Gifford, of Burt, and Mrs. M. E Blanchard, of Irvington. Birthday Party Is Given— A birthday party honoring Delina Rogers and Grace Newbrough was held at the Rogers home last week Wednesday evening. Attending: Russell and Viola Bierle, Marvin Ackerson, Robert and Raymond Ditsworth, Myrtle and Sam Orvick, Raymond and Lucille Nelson, Shirley Marlow, Lawrence Rath, and Tommy Long. Picnic Honors Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. E.--M. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger drove to Iowa Lake ast Thursday evening enjoying a picnic and fishing. The occasion was In honor of Mrs. Krueger's birthday. Attends Family Reunion- Mrs. Frank Macumber left Sunday for Albert Lea, Minn., where she attended a family reunion celebrating the 25th wedding anniversary of her sister and husband, Mrs. Seeger. Mrs. Macumber returned Monday. Society Tea Draws Crowd— Thirty-eight attended a birthday tea by the Mite society last week Tuesday afternoon at the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Alex Krueger Mrs. W. C. Heiter, and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dehnert, Algona, Mrs. Helen Hedrick, children Margaret and Esther, a son Howard, of Irvington, and Tye Johnson, all of Mason City, were callers at R. L. Padgett's Sunday. Mrs. Hedrick and Mr. Padgett are brother and sister. Mrs. Cora Terwilliger and daughter Beulah, the Elva Terwil- riger family, Mrs. Julia Terwilliger and daughter He)en, all of Humboldt, and the Lawrence New- brpughs were Sunday guests at A. D. • Newbrbugh's. ' ! *• "•••"• Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Morgan and Mrs. Mary Jane Clark, of Algona and Mrs. M. O. Emmons and daughter Mildred, of Ladysmlth, Wis., were Sunday dinner guests at W. J. Cotton's. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mioha have moved to the W. C. Heiter property, recently occupied by the L. E SEITO *£ moved to **™*>. trip to Webster City last Thursday. Mrs. William Krause returned to her home Sunday. The Forrest Rouse family, of Oyrshire, brought her. Edith Worthington is assisting at Mae Henningden's in Algona, during the illness of her daughter. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and daughters Ersel and Doris Mae, spent last Thursday in Des Moines. Beryl Sanders left last week for Livermore, where she has employment at Harry Zigrang's. Muriel Long, employed at Clarence Theesfield's in Fenton, spent jthe week-end at home. The Mite society meets this Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Flaig. The Jap Buchanns, of Fairmont, Minn., spent Sunday at Glenn Leeper's. Albert Hutchison returned last week from Chicago, where he shipped hogs. The Mother's club meets next week Wednesday with Mrs. E. M. Jensen. The P. M. Chrlstensons visited the Carl Paetz family, at Algona, Sunday. W. G. Flaig made a business trip to Mason City last week Wednesday. scribed premises, to-wlt: ' Lots Five and Six (5 and 6), Block Thirty-one (31), Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. That the same cannot be parti' tioned 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 a 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 the next term, being the September term of said Court, which will convene at the Court House at Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, on the 24th day of September, A. D. 1934, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by law. Dated this 17th day of May, A. hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the County of Kossuth this 15th day of May, A. D. 1934 E. J. BUTLER, Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa. 36-37 Legal* ' Mrs. a. ' StebrUz and her daughter and i NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3838. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court June term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry Hoeck, deceased, dated November 25, 1932, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 18th day of June, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, lowa.before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at a. m. of the day above all persons Interested 10 o'clock mentioned are hereby notified and required 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. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court 36-38 Alma Pearson, Deputy. D. 1934. 36-39 BEDELL & BEDELL, Attorneys for Plaintiff. NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION FROM TAX REDUCTION LAW To Whom It May Concern: You art hereby notified that at 8 o'clock p. m. on the llth day of June, 1934, at the Lone Rock Bank in Lone Rock, Iowa, there will be conducted a hearing on the application of the Lone Rock Independent, School District for exemption from Chapter 123, Laws of the 45th G. A., known as the Beatty- Bennett tax reduction law, because of the following reasons: 1930 bud- jet levy made too low due to contemplated use of an, accumulated surplus or balance on hand. At said hearing any interested :axpayer may appear and .file ob- lections either written or oral in reference to the exemption set out above, the application for which is now pending in the office of the State Comptroller. Dated at Lone Rock, Iowa, this 24th day of May, 1934. E. M. JENSEN, _^ Secretary. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to no from the Clerk of the ^strict Court of Kossuth county lowar on a Judgment - rendered In said court on the 17th day of May, 1934 In favor of Jessie Dalziel, as plaintiff; and agajnst The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of Sec- ion Thirty-one (31), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M.. as defendant, for the sum of Eleven Thousand Four Hundred Forty,three and 13/100 ($11.443.13) Collars and costs, taxed at One Seventy-one and 00/100 . W71.00) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the foN owing described Real oroDerty as he property of the said Harriet Rose Sabin, John Sabin, et al to , , K,,, Melvin Hawks and daughter Phyllis, spent Sunday at Jowl Lake. Otto Jensen and son Russell Al' nPeft » L - Roderick, and Hans Nielson returned Sunday from a fishing trip to Bow Strine Lodge, in northern Minnesota * Poppy day was a wo- and Raymond Thursday. The Jos. , TT ---- — — her? a t k ' after Hoeck. ihave returned havin « tne e late een HHu | 0 Worthington, employed by the Seifert grading company in Ledyard, spent the week-end at the maternal Mrs. Lillian WortntagJS The Frederick Erlcksons Gran- will Leeper. Mrs. Emil Kraft Helen Peril, of Whittemore is The K g % EmU Kra "' 3 this week ' end , said execution, to-wlt: The uarter ™ Thirty-one (31), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twen^ 6 West ot the costs at Drrtv property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satiafv saiH h costs and accruTnJ o auction, to the f ° r casb in »»S * of June - 1934 at the east door of the Court House m Algona, in Kossuth county Iowa at the hour of 10 o'clock a! M., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given b, the undersigned. Dated this 18th day of May 1934 c,u •« CARL< PAHLHAUSER Sheriff of Kosuth County, lowi By Casey Loss, Deputy. Hutchison & Hutchison, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 36-37 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county HOWARD GIBSON, Plaintiff, vs. BA MSEY. MRS. RUS- PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE State of Iowa, Kossuth County: To the qualified electors of Kossuth County, Iowa: In compliance with the provisions of Section 551 of the 1931 Code of Iowa, Notice Is hereby given to the qualified electors of Kossuth County, Iowa, that a primary election will be held at the regular polling places in the several election 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. At 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. term beginning January 1936. One Supervisor, District No. term beginning January, 1936 One Supervisor, District No. 5, term beginning January, 1935. Township Officers: Two Justices of the Peace for each township Two Constables for each township One Township Trustee for each township, term beginning January 1, 1935 One Township Trustee for each township, term beginning January 1, 1936 One Township Clerk for each township. One Township Assessor for each township. One party commHteeman, one party committeewoman each precinct, delegates to and for the County Convention are to be elected, as follows: Precinct- cratlc Algona— 1st Ward __ 3 Algona— 2nd Ward . 6 Algona— 3rd Ward 6 Algona— 4th Ward ___ 4 Buffalo Township 4 Burt ____________ ™I 3 Cresco ___________ 2 Eagle __________ IIII" 2 East Lo ne R,^ m nr t Twp.) ----------- _ 2 Fenton ___ 3 Garfield _____ ~~ German Demo- Repub- Grant _______ ~~~" 2 Greenwood ____ I 9 Harrison _____ III™ 5 Hebron _______ ~ 2 Irvington . "~ 2 Lakota (Ledyard Twp") 4 Ledyard _____ » Lincoln ________ I~ 2 Lone Rock (Fenton~Tp!) 2 Lotts Creek ______ \ Lu Verne Twp. 3 Plum Creek •* Portland . « Prairie ....I" ------- \ Ramsey ___ \ Rlverdale _I ......... ! Seneca ...... Sexton (Irvington~TpT 3 Sherman 3 Springfield .......... o Swea Union Wesley .............. | Whittemore"IIHIII — 8 In testimony "whereof, I 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 ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth county. June term A. D. 1934. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN P. HEIDERSCHEIDT, Administrator of the Estate of Michael Holderscheldt, deceased; ADAM HEIDERSCHEIDT; MATHEW HEIDERSCHEIDT; MAGGIE SIMON; KATHRIN JUCUM, otherwise known as Juchcn- SUSIE ANDRE; ANNIE MARNACH; MARY FORMAN; VALANTINE DIETER; MIKE DIETER; TONIE DIETER; KATHREN DIETER; VALANTINE HEIDERSCHEIDT; JOE HEI- DERSCHEIDT; JOHN HEI- DERSCHEIDT; CHARLIE HEI- DERSCHEIDT; MIKE HEIDER- SCHEIDT; ADAM HEIDER- SCHEIDT; KATIE HEIDER- SCHEIDT WAGNER; DORA HEIDERSCHEIDT WAGN E R ; MIKE VON BANK; PETER VON BANK; NICK VON BANK; JOE VON BANK; LIZZIE SCHALLER; KATIE VON BANK; ROSE STALLEMAN or STATTLE- MAN; MARY ORIGNER or ORIGER; MAGGIE YACKLEY; J O H NNIE < HEIDERSCHEIDT; JOHN BERKHIMER; KOSSUTH COUNTY; MRS. HENRY BONNSTETTER, sometimes known Katie Bonnstetter; MRS. EUGENE WELTER, sometimes known as Maggie Welter; MRS. JAKE MARTI, sometimes known as Anna Marti; MRS. HIRAM RIES, sometimes known as Mary Ries; MRS. GEORGE SCHALLER, sometimes known as Susie Schaller; MRS. CARL SATERN, sometimes known as Veronica Satern; HENRY MARNACH; MRS. LOU GABRIELSON, sometimes known as Lena Gabrielson; MIKE MARNACH; EUGENE MARNACH; MRS. MATT HENTGES, sometimes known as Katie Hentges; EMMA JUCKUM, sometimes known as Emma HENRY JUCKUM, known as Henry Cars Pj n "your pre are to ° high Wp an •reatment u BUiisj DIRECTOR! at Algona 1 Juchem; sometimes Juchem; sometimes THOMAS JUCKUM, known as Thomas Juchem; ADAM JUCKUM, sometimes known as Adam Juchem; JOHN JUCKUM, sometimes known as John Juchem; MRS. PETER CAPSUSCIES, sometimes known as Mrs. Peter Capesius; PETER CAPSUSCIES, sometimes known as Peter Capesius; MATT HENTGES; JOHN SIMON; JOHN SIMON, Administrator of the Estate of Maggie Simon; SUSIE WAGNER; MARY LELAND; MIKE SIMON; NICK SIMON; MAGGIE ANDRE; ANNIE EISCHEN; THERESA VENEMA; WILLIAM MARNACH; Defendants. To Said Defendants: You and each of 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 Petition of the Plaintiff, claiming of you, the sum of $6,000.00 on account of your promissory note dated May 17, 1927, originally given- to the Collins Mortgage Company, and endorsed to'the Plaintiff herein; also for the foreclosure, of the real estate mortgage given to secure the above described note, which mortgage was originally given to the Collins Mortgage Company and assigned to the Plaintiff herein, together with Interest on said note and penalty thereupon as provided in said note and mortgage given to secure It; also fees for the extension of the abstract, attorney fees, costs and taxes as provided by the terms of said mortgage, which mortgage covered the following described real estate In Kossuth county. Iowa, to-wit: The South,Half of the South- West *-Fractional -< Quarter ot Section 19, Township 94, Range 29, West of the 5th P. m., containing 76 acres, more or leas, S ccord .tae to the. Government ^Survey thereof; is recorded in Book of the records of Kossuth county, Iowa. Petition -will also ask for the appointment of a Receiver. For further particulars. see Petition , P«r.omU ^ imi * ra ' demanded against no one. you oh or before noon of the" second day of the June Term of the District Court of Kossuth county, *o be held at Algona, Iowa, com- —--f on the 18th day of June, default will bo entered . Judgment and d *"?, "£*•»« thereon. ' & HUTCHISON, TO . BARNES &~ WORTH. 35-38 ' i owft . aai Unnan •VJ. Harrington over •.J. TA»»B88,O.W.8I] Lawyera 9. D. Shumway BHUmrAYAXKUl] Attorneys-at-law 1 Phoned *" '" QuUlbif Btock ' A. WlXKBl7 Office In Qulnby flu Phone 180 • HUUM B. WHIT1 AUorneyit.liw Office over Iowa Stats 1 Rione 206. Aigwafl P. A. DAITSOI Offlc« over Iowa Stiite 1 Phones: Office, 460-j.j CAKBOL A. FAKDEB Phone 65 Office over PojtotflM, | L HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTC THEODORE C. HD Attprnejs-at-Iaff Quinby Building Phone 261 DOCTORS SEY. FRANCIS HORTON AR THUR HORTON. BEULAH MIL-" SMfiSS*,"™ SMS£ EDI ™ To Each and All of Named Defendants: You ar e hereby notified that the petition of the plaintiff in he above entitled cause will be filed " *?_*«<* * the Clerk of h« the Above Attorneys for Plaintiff. Tired? Enjoy ^^ frwii tU <MtM* JOHN N. KBNBHCI Phy»lelan mi Offlc« over Rexall DnfS Office phono JM Rea. phon* til. C.H. CBKTZMBYKB,!! Burgeon and Office John, Qalbrtlth Phones. 4 44-J10.. <»|UWM: Office, 6<l; Algoiu, Iowa WALTKB Phyalclan and 8urg* I Oftfc* In Qulnby Blte, Phone No. 11 JCBLTIN fl. Office In Poatoffiw Phone*; Office, l»7; W. B. l>bjr»Wu in Gonpral H OB. H. . Ou or novoealw u»« trastion, „ . Located over Chri»tw»»J Phones: Business 166, Algona, low* YeterhwrtaM West State phones: Office, K08SCTH OTSUBAIfCE Orer 116,000,000 worth oi la force. A <««ure. D. MIMEOGRA! APVAN(

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