Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 16
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t»AGB EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA MARRIAGE FOR FOUR LAKOTANS AT SAME TIME Lakota, Aug. 20—An impressive double wedding took place at the Presbyterian church Sunday after- and Tahe Loats, and Carmen Sanden and Hugh Lewis, were mar- Frerking, who in each case used a single ring ceremony. Htilnvia and Carmen, sisters, are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. and Mrs. Loyal Grlngrich left Sunday to spend the week at the world's fair and visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eumen are visiting relatives at Goodridge, Minn,, and word from them reports crops good there. Mrs. Myrtle Smith, son Russell, his wife, and Mr. Jacobsou, all of Rochester, Minn., called on friends hero Sunday. i Mrs. Harold Fletcher and her i Croaloy, accompanied re _ Harry Moe and her child- rne, Eleanor and John, left Alon- Mrs. Maude Hamilton entertained -Illian Heidner, of Burlinghn, and or mother last week Tuesday. The Doctor H. H. Hurrays left for a few days at OPERATION TOO LATE TO SAVE FENTON YOUTH fice. llimh is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, southwest of town farmers, and Tabo, the son of Mrs. C. K. Rlpppnbrop. has been employed at Mason City. Sister Sings at Wedding. Hulvia and Tabe were attended by the bride's sister Mrs. Charles Ashman, Britt ,and Ralph Peterson, Mason City, and Carmen's and Hugh's attendants were Mary Jane and Howard Lewis, brother and sister of the bridegroom. Both brides wore blue chif- Fenton, August 28—Alvin fon velvet gowns with silver col- orick, third oldest son of Mr. and lars and carried bouquets of yel-1 Mrs. August Bierstedt, who died low rosos. The bridesmaids wore August 3fl, was born February 19, green silk crepe and carried pink inn. noar Fonton. He had "been and white flowers. seriously ill but thought it wag A sister of the brides, Mrs. L. stomach flu, and did not go to a J. Emmons, Albert Lea, sang Oh ,i,.nt n r nt. first. In a few days he Promise Me and I Love You Truly, was taken to the Whittemore hos- and her husband accompanied. Mr. niinl. vhm-r> f io"tn- R fnnnH n p had Emmons also played Mendelssohn's a ruptured appendix and the oper- wedding march. ntinn was performed, but too late Father Olives Urides Away. to save his life, and he died three The brides were given away by days later their father A. A. Sanden. A rccep- v ' viri wns rustically in ohnrge tiou was given at the church to of his father's farm. He was indus- relatives and a few friends, and trious. a hard worker mid his nlace both couples left that afternoon wln be hard to fill. He was grad- for Algona, where pictures were nnted from Fenton high school in taken, after which they went to 1!)2n - nnd since that time assisted Twin Lakes for a week at the llls father on the farm. Ho is sur- Prerkins.' cottage. When they return vivccl b >' llis Barents, four brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Loats will operate the Ferdinand. Clarence, Emil and Gus- telephone exchange, and Mr. and tnv: nnd tnr °° sisters. Mrs. Clara Mrs. Lewis will live with Hugh's Mueller, Luella and Esther. Fun- parents till spring, after which Pni1 sprviros worn hold a wpok ago they will farm for themselves. T nosrlnv afternoon at two o'clock at Mrs. Charles Ashman and her st - John's Lutheran church in mother have temporary charge of charge of Rev. R. W. Kabelitz. of- the telephone office. " : floating. Burial was made in the St. inolhcr Worliliii" Snhirilnv ^"ko's cemetery at Fairville. Pall Another »(dilin B ' hnturdnj. bearers were Henry Willberg, Ar- Another wedding was performed thur Priebo, Walter Jentz, John at the Methodist church Saturday TTanrk, Alfred Bell and Hilbert at 2, when Hanna, daughter of Hantleman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bosnia, was Relatives from out of town who married to Alden, son of Mrs. Eva came for the funeral were Mr. and Wilcox, the Rev. F. 0. Johnson, Mrs. Henry Schnlte, Mr. and Mrs. pastor, officiating and using a August Otto and daughter Dolores, double ring ceremony. M r. and Mrs. Wm. BiersKHH. nil of The pair were attended by Lena Gaylord, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bergman and the bride's brother Bowman and children, of Fairmont, Albert Jr. The church flower com- Minn, and other relatives from mittee, Mesdames Delia M. Smith Whittemore. AVost Bend, Burt, Ban- and A. Q. Smith, had the church croft and Fairville. decorated with baskets of autumn flowers. Uride Honored at Shower— The bride wore a Copenhagen A. miscellaneous shower honor- blue sick crepe dress trimmed with in P Alice Kluss was held in the white and carried a bouquet of Methodist church parlors last week gladoli and baby breath. Her at- Wednesday afternoon. The program tendant wore a darker shade of consisted of a piano duet by Isabell blue crepe. Mrs. Johnson sang, At an(J Ruth Weisbrod; a reading, Dawning, accompanied at the pia- Good Bye Sister, by Gladys Stoeb- no by Betty Johnson. !er; and three musical readings by Only relatives were present, and Verona Weisbrod, accompanied by a wedding supper was served at the Mrs - Clarence Osborn at the piano, home of the bride's parents. Both After lunch Alice opened her gifts, families live northwest of town. She will be married this week Wednesday to Merle Davison, of Cylin- Former Pastor Here Calls der ' son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dav- The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Hutchin- 'ison. Shower hostesses were Messon, Spencer, were callers at J. H. dames E. A. Weisbrod, Melvln Man- Warburton's Friday. Mr. Hutchin- sa s er . John Light, Jake Zwiefel and son was pastor of the local Metho- wil1 Weisbrod. Mrs. Ray Davison dist church 30 years ago, and after and daughter Stella were out-of- wards served Britt and Sioux Cityi town guests, churches. He is one of the leading T) imlpr Pll , H ~ f „, *, B j f/ .,«. pastors of the Northwest Iowa "'^""iFIi!* ™ r J 1 ? tors .- Conferance. Lutherans In Mision Fest— The Lutherans held their annual mission festival at the church Sunday. The Rev. William Lehmann, Amfrey, Minn., precahed in German at 10 a. m. and in English at Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel entertained the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller and Mrs. Tom Toy, of Pennsylvania, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, at a six-o'clock dinner a week ago Monday evening. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch entertained the Rev. and Mrs. Snyder, was served at the church. Chicken Supper is Planned- Mrs. Otto Koppen eutertainted the Methodist Aid at the church last week Wednesday, and plans were laid to serve a chicken sup- Toy left for their home after a two weeks vacation at Snyder's. liirthday Party Is Given- Mrs, C. H. Geronsin entertained a group of girls Tuesday afternoon, in honor of her daughter Helper at the church next Saturday Jen's 12th birthday. Games were evening. Saturday is Sauerkraut played till 4:30, at which time Mrs. Geronsin served a delicious lunch. Present were Mary Ann Bohn and Helen Jane Eigler, Lillian Kramer, Geneva Glaus, Merle Warner, and Marie Fauerby, and Ruth Espe; Edith Wolfe and Arlene Lakin, of Estherville, and Elaine Nellis, of day here. The women have formerly had a stand in the street. Mrs. Huitner Case Diagnosed— Mrs. Fred Huitner Sr. was taken to Iowa City last week Wednesday for medical examination. Diagnosis Ji.oi.ueiv Proved gall stones, but because of Algona. her age it was decided not to operate. She came home Saturday. School Superintendent Returns— The Earl Grabaus, who had spent the summer with Mr. Grabau's parents, near Cresco, came home last week Mr. Grabau is superintendent of the Lakota schools, which will open September 3. Silo-Filling is Hegun— Threshing was finished in this Warren Itandall Married- Mr, and Mrs. John Ulfers received the announcement last week of the marriage of Warren Randall, at Minneapolis. Warren is a 1931 graduate and now is employed in a cafeteria there. Other Fenton News. Mrs. Henry Masager, assisted by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Berkland, gave a party for her hascom ™ has commenced. This . ~. u * u 4KI ouiiiG ty Jitlt earlier than usual, but the condition of the corn is satisfactory for the work. Hospital Putiiint Ifdinp Again— Mrs. Edw. Abbas, who underwent a major operation at the Buffalo Center hospital recently, was brought home last week Wednesday. Methodist Have Church Dinner— The Methodists had a church dinner Sunday after Sunday school This took place of a picnic this year. About 50 attended. Other Lakota Itfews. The William Warburtons, Hastings, Neb., got home from a trip last Thursday. They visited the World's fair and at William Note's, Baraboo, Wis. Their little daughter Jane stayed here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton. They left Sunday morning for their home at Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Berg, son Milford, and Mrs. J. H, Warburton attended a Farm Bureau meeting at the Legion hall at Algona last week Monday. The Rev. Mr. Metcalf. Sioux City called on friends here Friday He is now employed in the interests o^the Souix City Methodist hospl- The Harvey Johnsons and Mr. ,. .c, u d Si '° ""'^granddaughter Dolores , ls somewhat three-year-old daughter of the Melvin Mansagers, at her home near Fairville a week ago Monday. Mrs. Merle Smucker and daughter Marlene, of Glendale, Calif., visited from Thursday till Saturday with Mrs. Donald Weisbrod. Mrs. Smucker is th eformer Alice Arends who taught school here a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt drove to Northwood a week ago Sunday to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. Lulu Carson and son Leonard, who returned home with them for a visit. Mrs. H. E. Reimers and daughter Dorothy entertained Mrs. Bert Peck, of California, Mrs. Charlie Schemmel, of Ringsted, and Mrs. Marion Chipman and daughter Joan Friday. Lydia Meyer, employed in the Cummings store, Algona, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer. The week before she visited the Chicago world's fair. Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Dorthy Gerhards were Estherville business visitors Thursday. Mrs. Charlie Weisbrod returned home from the Miller hospital, Fairmont a week ago Monday. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance PUBLIC SALE of the Remaining Assets of of Algona, Iowa Sale to be held at the Court House an Algona, Iowa, and to start promptly at I o'clock p. m. Pursuant to an Order of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, signed Alien 2O, 1934, the undersigned will sell, subject to any minor errors or omissions ther' maining assets of the County Savings Bank of Algona, Iowa, at the Court H'OUSP' Algona, Iowa, on September 18, 1934, at 1:00 o'clock p. m. The right to settle win any debtor and withdraw any item before the sale is hereby reserved. All of the aj sets listed below are to be sold without recourse or any guaranty on the part of th Receiver. D. W. BATES, Receiver of the County Savings Bank of Algona, Iowa HARRY V. HULL, Examiner in Charge j BILLS RECEIVABLE • != Adams, I-I. C. $ 2,493.21 : Albright, C. B. 317.58 • Anderson, Ben 77.06 : Bailey, C. L. 870.94 : Baker, A. C 86.88 : Bauman, Fred and Helen 54.76 : Beardsley, C. H. and B. H.__ 4,015.00 j Blinkman, Julius . 47.65 : Brown, Carl 20.00 j Burbank, Allan 26.30 : Butler, W. J. 152.10 ! Calhoun, W. 0. and Eva M._ 1,519.62 i Carney, Helen 12.55 _J Christensen, Roy and Zita _ 329.00 s=s Connelly, V. M. 144.69 Hf Cook, B. W., Stella W., and =5 Lyle B. 243.41 ==s Cook, T. R. and Lilian 246.37 5 Cosgrove, J. J. 427.55 =3 Crouch, Bmrna B. 14.50 ES Cunningham, A. L. 361.41 :=[ Dacken, Edna 15.00 !EE Dooley, J. J. 1,322.58 = Button, R. J. 110.00 =5 Eller, John 15.00 = Evans, Lester 25.00 == Faith, Odas, Mary and E. R._ 3,205.22 == Fasting, Louis 12.00 == Finders, J. W. and Susie 33.71 == Fraser, J. A. 116.79 55 Gibson, Sam 33.20 S Greene, Wm. E. 6,628.70 55= Hammer, Ed and Theresa __ 2,196.47 5= Hanna, J. T. and Mrs. J. T. _ 100.00 55 Hartzell, B. F. and Hattie L. 2,432.55 55 Haugen, Ray 20 00 55= Hedrick, Sam and Helen 3,636.93 55 Hedrick, William (bankrupt) 55 and Sarah 2,421.51 =5 Heidenwith, Amelia 181.00 as; Helmers, John 9.94 55 Hendren, L. J. 107.32 55 Hilbert, Paul 2,277.63 55 Hill, Myron 45.91 55 Holdren, Mrs. A. B. . 45.00 55 Holdren, Mrs. H. C. 30.00 55 Holdren, Mrs. Wilbur 5.00 S Jensen, Jens P. 188.55 55 Johnson, Albert 33.00 :== Johnson, Harvey and Lyle __ 1,200.00 5= Johnson, Harvey ____ 2,096.61 55 Johnson, Mrs. Ole P. 25.00 55 Keefe, Ray 1,256.10 sss (Chattel mortgage security) 55 Keefe, Leo, Mary and Martha 1,050.00 55= Keefe, Leo and Martha 35.25 55 Keefe, Leo 19.00 55= Keefe, Mary 3,000.00 55 (Second real estate mort- 55 gage security covering 55 Keefe line) s= Klein, Nick F. and Mary =5 Kollasch, Ruth J. 55 Kuhn, Nancy A. (deceased) 55 claim, filed in estate 5=5 Laymon, Mrs. C. E. 55 Laymon, Claude E. 55 Lewis, Sarah J. 130^65 55 Longley & Helberg, by Frank 55 W. Longley, Nellie Long 55 ley 55 Longnecker, C. E. and Alice. 55 Loss, John _ 1/782.31 55 Lund, Henry and Mabel 55.09 S3 McBride, Robert W. 369.00 55 McEnroe, Nora E. 3,000.00 =5 Mahoney, John and Kathryn '65o!s6 55 Martin, W. W. 20.00 5s Mathers, Chas. S. 144.23 == Mathers, Sadie and Ulman, 55 John R. gfi.lS 55 Mathison, P. V. . 55 Matzener, H. H. 55 Miller, Cora D. 199^46 53 Miller, Mrs. Mabel 9.00 55 Minkler, L. S. 1 21&60 55= Molloy, J. L. 197.97 55 Monsou, John 49^55 55 Moore, C. W. and Alta 1.67M3 55 (Secured by assignment of 5s interest in R. I. Cratty 5= estate). SEE Moore, Marc and Pearl m 62 = Moore, James M. ; interest 4,907.69 149.78 500.00 25.00 4.55 213.00 5,462.23 Moore, Ralph L. 500.00 Mowrey, J. R. 150.00 Nelson, Frances (now Mrs. Chas. Barrickman) 25.00 Nelson, Henry C. 78.31 Nelson, Mike 10.00 Nielsen, Alex 350.00 Niver, F. A. 2,000.00 Norris, F. J. and Maude E. __ 120.10 (Chattel mortgage security) Peterson, B. C. 650.00 Peterson, H. W. 6.75 Phillips, Elmer and David __ 39.16 Pinkham, Sherman 360.00 Potter, B. H. and Ollie 303.58 Potter, C. H. 11.95 Neitzel, Art and Clara 43.54 Powell, Arthur Monroe 44.00 Ream, J. F. 381.15 Reilly, C. H. 85.27 (C. H. Cretzmeyer endorses) Reilly, C. H. 1,108.80 Rochleau, A. L. and Rose ___ 500.00 Rosensteil, Sid 34.04 Rutledge, L. W. and Ervilla_ 990.12 Rutledge, Verne and Frances 1,436.68 Sankey, R. W 52.95 Sherman, Joseph and Mary_ 2,284.62 Simmon, C. W. 50.31 Simpson, D. M. (deceased) __ 367.02 (Claim filed in estate) Skilling, F. H. and Kate 4,116.10 Sparks, E. M. and Ruth 1,806.67 (E. M. deceased) Speioher, Frank 91 75 Sperry, E. C. ~ i^QO Spurgeon, Roy and Ethel ___ 930 42 •Staebler, J. F 55.00 Steil, Alice R. (now Mrs. Louis Reding) 200.00 Steil, George and Maggie ___ 4,409.84 (George bankrupt) Steven, Robert R. & Alta E. 260 40 Swanson, Conrad W. 10.00 Trainer, J. A and Lois 700^50 Turner, Floyd g^l Vayette, Frank ~_~ 42*90 Venteicher, A. B 2,16o!oO Vincent, E. L 50 . 0 o Walker, Lewis 0. __ i 726 04 Waltman, Philip ~ ' 86 ' 35 Wiese, Mrs. Emma i 508'20 WiMiii, L. R 535!oO Wilson, H. J. and LuElla R._ 4 684 27 (First mortgage on Kittson county, Minn. land). Woodruff, H. S. o 6 0 0 Zittritsch, Mrs. J. w. Interest Gibson, Howard on nn Sprow, W. A gg-gX Kossuth County Warrants on Public Drain No. 165 ___ 13.00 JUDGMENTS ON BILLS RECEIVABLE Link, Ervin 112.96 5.00 Adams, Mrs. Chas C s Altwegg, William H. IIIIIII Anderson, J. B. Cady, Elsie, and Henderson' Mrs. M. C. Dallnian, George III_~ Elmore, Harry ~ Ewing, Oliver ___"! Fain, H. S. and Camilla C~~~ Gahan, Geo. Gahan, M. C. IIII"^""" Garman, Richard -IIIIIII" Gibson, Howard and 'Elizabeth G. _______ Gilmore, J. F. ____IIIH~~~~ Goeders, Tony IIIIII Granzow, A. ~~ Greiner, Peter J. an~d~Katie~~ Haag, Roy and Mrs. Roy Hagg, Grant and Edna Heidenwith, Amelia Henderson, Mrs. Thoma~s~~~~ Johnson, C. E. Johnston, J. B. Sr. and Johnson, J. B. Jr. Jorgensen, Peter C. and~~Xi- berta Kollasch, C. E. and~Edna~A~~ 27 57 2 8G5'60 ' 93 45 8,153!08 60.44 118.79 1,216.99 '646!93 McCall, Mrs. Katie and M. J._ 654.72 McCall, M. J. 82.53 McMahon, William & Carrie 6,306.80 Miller, Leo C. and Mrs. Agnes Miller . 334.54 Murtha, John , 22.40 Nelson Music House, 0. Nel son , 48.11 Nemmers, L. G. 415.58 Neville, Mrs. Harold 40.95 Nielsen, Alex 116.56 Nielsen, Alex 60.27 Nolte, Harry B. and Mildred 551.04 Nordstrom, Anna and Clarence ____ 559.85 Pearson, C. W. 134.50 Peterson, F. M. 264 44 Potter, B. H., Ollie, L. D., and C. H. 774.08 Potter, C. H 920.31 Potter, L. R. and Mrs. L. R._ 123.52 Potter, L. R. and L. D 587.18 Ramus, Otto 107.44 Reilly, M. D. 12,62s!42 Robertson, T. H. and Lulu M. 1,394.36 Sankey, Harry W., Anna, and R. H 4,219.08 Schichtl, L. C. and Florence Cook Schichtl 291.64 Thissen, J. W., R. J., and Clara 496.35 Turner, G. B 83t89 Wolfe, Edward P. i 330 91 Zeutner, Sam 1 i|i63!l2 OVERDRAFTS Burbank, A. W IG 20 Freeh, J. A 60 ; 33 Kuhn, Mrs. Nancy (deceased) 3.20 Minkler, Loren 91.35 Nelson, Frances (now MrsI Chas. Barrickman) g 35 Sankey, R. W 9 ' 55 Wolfe, Edw. P. _ _ ~~ o 7 'oo Woodruff, H. S. i{'3? JUDGMENT ON'OVER- DRAFT Granzow, A. __ 07 40 TAX RECEIPTS Heidenwith, Amelia _ _ 124 97 Wiese, Mrs. Emma ~~~ 190 92 REAL ES~fAT E An undivided 2/7 interest in the Southwest Quarter (SWy 4 of Section Thirty-four (34), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), Kossuth County Iowa, subject to life estate of Mrs Margaret Schoby and all encumbrance of record The North Two Hundred Eighty-one and 6/10 feet (281.6) of Lot One (l) of Government Lot Six (6) in nine (29), Kossuth county, Iowa" ^J e , c t to all encumbrance of rec- as Longley and Hel- Intei 1,260.01 194,1! 917,4! 23.5 411.01 59.ll 479.851 2,116,9! Non-Ledger Assets BILLS RECEIVABLE Kohlstedt, Luella C. Kollasch, Will and Rutii'T." Wm. Koons Larson, August and Ida""" Lavrenz, Emil " Leeck, Herman and Ida _!"" Lewis, John Lewis, Frank 7ii Lewis, Sarah J. ~~~~ Longnecker, C. E. and Al'icel Loss, John Mahoney, John and.Katliryn Lynch, John J., David E. and Martha (John and David bankrupts')™ Mittag, Mrs. J. W. Mogensen, Geo. Moore, C. W. and Alta C..II Myers, Dennis y; Muller, Peter and Anna ___! 1,18181 Peterson, F. M. 250i Peterson, Mrs. Martin Peterson, Martin Pscheidt, J. Reilly, C. H. Riley, Jane 5,1 Robertson, T. I-I. Rowell, C. E. Rutledge, Orlan and Myrtle. Scott, John W. Skilling, F. H. rnd Kate ... 2,961,61 Sherman, J. J. Skow, Magnus Smith, E. T., Mrs. Olive M., and Bert Bowman Steil, Geo. and Maggie Sutton, Roy F. Swanson, Nels Thompson, Determer R. ___ Thompson, Homer and Zelma C. Thompson, M. 0. & Julia M. Tilton, A. J. Trimble, Loyd Van Ness, Mrs. Warren Winkie, Ed Wolfe, Edw. P Zeigler, Fred Zittritsch, J. W. and Mrs. J. W. (J. W. Zittritsch deceased) JUDGMENTS Black, James F. and Belle C. 11,719.85 Briggs, H. L.'___ 243.3J Cosgrove, J. J. 2,920.4 Donahoe, J. G. and P. G I. 369 ' Freeh, J. A. and Rena M. — 867, Gross, Elmer A. and Ethel B. 13,658, ] Howe, E. A — M Keville, Michael -. Knox, Ben E. and Pearl 2 |j' Larson, Alfred V. and Anna. 851, Larson, George and Louise - 6,011.65 Lichter, Henry and Anna Marie : Miller, Michel and Enid H. Minkler, Golda B. Iron Momyer, C. F. Moinyer, Jennie L. — Murtha, Matt, as Executor of estate of P. J. Murtha, deceased Nelson, Alex and Wallace and Swanson, Mrs. C. F. — Nelson, William O. and Josephine M. 405,001 15,0i 310,221 Intei 61,0t| ^ Chambers & Cook, E. W., Stelfa" Lyle E. and 409 C. -im, Lawrence J Erickson, J. E. _ ' ~ 2 5^fi si 2 658 88 I4fi i K joo g? 22.27 528.13 70^68 250.00 .21 91.00 424.00 393.98 Garmann, Hamilton, W. E.~ Hartgraves, A. V "^^^^^^^^^™^""^^'*^^^^^"''*^^^^^^^^^"'^** l *"^ li ^^»*^M«»»«Man»^« i ^«^^^ M ^ —| _^_^^^^ All of the above items will be offered separately and collective prior to the date of sale by filing his bid with the Receiver, Patterson, Harold "'^l Sparks, EJias M. and Rutli - M«* | (Elias M, deceased) Steussy, Henry and Freda — Sunding, Harry and Edith- Taylor, Chas. (Wesley, la.) Thompson, M. 0. and Julia M. -' Thompson, M. O. and Julia M. Ward, Robert Warner, Sam T. and Mary— ••-. tt Nine (9) shares of capital stocs .Pike Side Electric Company par value $25.00 each. Snare and interest in Rural Te»] Line No. 21, out of Algol Share and interest in SoutU —, Rural Telephone Company, ou Algona, Iowa. **. M d at the time the above eweto »'« •nun

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