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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALflONA, IOWA Harry Curran, Ex-Kossuth Farmer; Dies FINAL RITES HELD FRIDAY ATIRVINGTON Irvington, Sept. 18— Funeral services for Harry Curran, 42, of Nay Tab. Wauch, Minn., were held here Friday afternoon with the Rev. A. .English officiating. Mrs. Casey Loss sang, The City Four Square, and Beautiful Isle of Somewhere. pall bearers were Herman Warmbier, Bert Sankey, Fred Miller, Ar- .ron Stuessy, Armour Lernkee and Max Kalen. Mr. Curran died of an apoplectic stroke at a CCC camp, Big Elbow, JVIInn., where he had been employ,ed for some time, a week ago Mon- .day. The body arrived here Thurs- .day. The report that death was .caused by an accident at camp was unfounded. Mr. Currnn is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Curran, formerly of Lu .Verne, now of Nay Tali Wauch. He ,was born October 27, 1891, and ,was married to Bernice, oldest .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. But- .terfield, in March, 1911. Fifteen children were born, one of whom is dead. The others are .Huby and Edith, of Forest City; Mrs. Sylvia McDougal, of International Falls, Minn.; Archie, of Sena,. Minn; Wilford, Sarah Alice, Mary Jane, Permilla Dean, Raymound, Maud, Barbara, Mabel, Harry, and Walter Roy, all at home. Besides his wife and children Mr. Curran is survived by his parents, .four sisters, and a brother: Mrs. | ,Tom Clement, HettinRer, N. D.; Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Bancroft; Mrs. Charles Clement, Algona; Mrs. -Roy Guy, of Lu Verne; and Melvin Curran. The Currans spent their early married life around here and at Lu ,Verne. Later they moved to Wau- PORTLAND PARAGR Grover Fairbanks left for Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday to attend Coe college. The Progressive club will meet at Mrs. A. A. Godfredson's this week Thursday, Mesdames S. M. Peterson, John Schneider, Henry Smith, and E. B. Dittmer assisting. The George Larsens, the Henry Andersons, the C. E. Sigsbees, and the Wyott Stotts attended the Spencer fair Friday. The Russell and Samuel Shiplers, Delrna Henderson, Beulah and Lauretta Larson, and Gordon and Howard Sigs- attended Saturday. The 4-H girls club will meet at Ellis Jain's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Harsh, Cleveland, Ohio, who are visiting relatives here, were recent dinner guests at Edward Harsh's. J. P. Trunkhill spent from last FENTON GIRL TO COLLEGE FOR THE DEAF Fenton, Sept. 19 — Iva, daughter of Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, returned a week ago Saturday from a week at Council Bluffs, and was accompanied here by Eugene McConnell and "?nT!Tlln Oflhnrnn r^nnnnU T31nfPe. week Tuesday to S ip, S. D. Luther Fairbanks lirdfiv from TCn TI sin a \A1 UOiJ LL UUi .TYll UOilC had been at an arm two weeks. The J. P. Trunk Mason City Saturda arrangements to at ton business colleg Mr. and Mrs. C. E ed the funeral of • Charles Dittmer, Sf Evelyn Blerstedt, stedt, and the latter week Wednesday bee's. Luther Fairbank sheep from Montana three months. Donald Ringsdorf ton drove to Marble get Viva Brayton, M week with relatives seminary as a juni student preparing f ministry. Merlin, Mrs. Robert Wegen< also there. Sinufs at S. S. f onv( Mrs. W. P. Weisb county S. S. conv Verne last week 'W sang a solo. There program and lar Mrs. W. J. Weisbroi Snyder acconipaniec Fenton Men's Consi TVTr"3 \VH1inTn ~\XJa ivjLio, Trillium We a telegram Monday drove to TEACHERS ARE GUESTS AT LU VERNE PARTY Lu Verne, Sept. 18—The teachers' reception sponsored by the three woman's clubs at the gym _Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slgsbee attend- nasium Friday evening was attend- the funeral of_their aunt, Mrs. ed by more than 100 people. After day at Burt. the group had assembled the fol- 8. Ray Bier- lowing program was given: m spent last Music, string trio, Ervin and Or- at C. E. Sigs- ville Ramus, Willie Hoepner. | Welcome, the Rev. David Lang, received 1000 , Piano solo, Mrs. Ray Stone. Sunday to feed I Reading, Mrs. Harold Phillips. | Musical playette, Courting Peggy Donald Ringsdorf and Dick Bray- Jane, by Mesdames Chas Wolf, Li- had spent a ' Then the new teachers and Mrs. Fred Graham were initiated! Supt. . Evans presided at a' mock trial, ilKh school wlth prlnci P al Fr ed Graham acting -,—-o ™ .he Lutheran £ s Prosecuting attorney, and Ruth Merlin, son of Mr. and ^'"l as . bai11 "- . . . „ fairville 's Following the trial the new ' ' .teachers were welcomed in an informal reception. Punch and waf- >n !ers were served for refreshments. attended a Services Monday for Mrs. Davis— iPidiv nnrt Funeral services for Mrs. P. G. There was an all rtov Davis ' f °™ier Lu Verne resident • - attondanS' wl10 dled Friday attern °™ at Al- T ' who remained till Sunday evening. Miss Weisbrod left Friday for Chicago for the world's fair, and thence goes to Washington, D. C., for her third year at the Gallaudet college for the deaf. She has a four year scholarship there, award- ion Minn and thence to Elk Horn e d at the school for the park, and to Nay Tah Wauch. Mr. Council .Curran was converted in evangelis- Louncu .tic meetings conducted by Miss .Nell Malen, at Wallingford, in 1920. A service at the Laird adn Cullough chapel in Algona ceeded the one at Irvington. deaf at , Methodist IV. F. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met at Mrs. devo- Mc- ' the church last Thursday, pre- George Newel in charge of Make Good Record— tionals. Gifts were brought by members to be sent to a foreign v . T,, . , mission school. A demonstration, Vma Blanchard recently spent Christmas in a China Mission dajs with Margaret Shaddick, School, was given by five Standard n- --md attended a junior mis- Bearer girls. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod leeimg u e id at Gail resigned as president, and Mrs. C. „. ih . . a h ? s been P resi - G- Humphrey was elected. Mrs. J. or tne junior missionary soci- B. Hanson was elected correspond- nere, ana Her sister lone was ing secretary to take Mrs. Humph- ing the last year the girls made two quilts, bandages for a foreign hospital, and 160 articles of clothing for an orphanage. They also gave a basket of food, toys and clothing for a needy family last Christmas. rey ' s place ' Mrs - Charlie Weisbrod have and Mrs ' E - A - Weisbrod were hostesses Standard Hearer Girls Meet— 1 The Standard Bearer girls met gona, were held at the Methodist church here Monday afternoon, with the Rev. C. V. Hulse, of Algona officiating. The Rev. Wm. Baddeley assisted in the service, „ _„ B „._ and music was furnished by a death of Mrs. Christina Adolph, of Quartet composed of Mrs. Harry San Jose, Calif., cousin of Philip, Lichty, Mrs. John Voss Jr., Flor- William, and Mike Weisbrod, re- ence Thompson, and Mrs. Ray membered by many Fenton people. Stone. Mrs. Davis had lived for . many years at their farm southwest I of Lu Verne, where Mr. Davis died in 1929. One daughter, Mrs. Hazel parents of an 8-lb. daughter, Pat- B arnes, of Pierre, S. D., and two ricia Sue, born last week Wednes- , sons . George, of Livermore, and day. Mrs. Coon, formerly Florence j William, Lu Verne, survive. Grerhmels, is the daughter of Mr. for Kenneth Coons- Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Coon are and Mrs. Julius Gremmels. New Parochial Teacher Here- Gerhard Wiebel, Lowden, Festival Attracts Crowds- More than 300 were present Sunday morning when the Rev. K came F 'ene, of Lotts Creek, preached at Saturday to teach the local Luther- tlle Mission Festival at the Luan school. He is married and has theran church. School children fur- a three year old son. The family nished special music at noon and will move to Fenton soon. the women of the church served a fried chicken dinner. At the after- Other Fenton News. i 0011 services the Rev. H. Stahmer, Des Moines, came Saturday to visit the Samuel Warners. Lola is employed at Des Moines, but is hav- pastors were the Revs. P. Braner, Kitzman, work at Morntngslde. Eftfl and Wayne Lang are both attending Western Onion college at Le Mars, and Josephine Donelson and Jeanne Jennings are attending school at Cedar Falls. Group Enjoys Wiener Roast— The Lutheran Y. P. S. had a wiener roast at John Ruger's Thursday evening. Games were played for entertainment, and the refreshments were served around a big bonfire. Daughter for Albert Schneiders— A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider last week Monday night. They now have two daughters and a son. 13.50 O, W, Gunder, drag, " ------- 18B.70 Oust Nelson, dr°™ Clms. Morris, com. and seep. 8 J? HemenrVommr~and"Yea" Donald ~,Tac<tosY"draK";i; .,'ojj! alons „ 4- 177.30 Melvln Cody, drag. $•*? .Northwestern Cell Tel. Co., tel. Walter Dutton, drug. ;" % gerv , „ 60.22 Maynard Hertzke, drag "'"° K IB. White, del. tax Elector 19J.03 iRlch Potratz, drag. _ Maurice'C. MbMahon, exp. ... 53.43 John Rod maker, drag. Thoa. Carmody, exp. 6.80 Prank iDiers, drag, J. nOS. X'H.rillUUJ't CA!|>> •„___--- " tvv *• »w,ii«k '.u-iuia, vtiugi „___ Vallle M. Trlbon, exp. 6.97 Kdward Haggc, drag. , S. V. Carter, exp. , . 21,26 A, M. Oustafson, drag. _~~~ LEGAL NOTICES IN EQUITY. NO. 1B780. NOTICE OP HEARING ON AI'PLI CATION FOK AUTHORITY TO SELL REAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. ,, A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, vs. Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, Defendant. To all Depositors and Creditors of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to Whom It May Concern: 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 Ap- jlication of D. W. Bates, Superin- ,endent of Banking of the State of [owa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell the West Sixteen (16) rods of Lots Thirteen (13) and Fourteen (14), in Block Five (6), Auditor's Plat of Reservation Number One (1), in the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, :o Marie Shackelford, of Algona, 'owa, for the sum of One Hundred ?ifty Dollars ($150.00) according to he terms of a certain contract at- .ached to said application to ivhich you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that the tearing on said Application will be lad at the Courthouse in Algona, Cossuth county, Iowa, on the 26th day of September, A. D. 1934, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, at which ime you may appear and show :ause, i* any you have, why an order should not be entered au- horizing said sale. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa. By HARRY V. HULL, Examiner in Charge. recently at the Methodist church, ....__.. Ardis Voij hostesses. ht and Bernice Kramer Evangelist on Duty Again— Mrs. Ezra Blanchard recently had ardship lesson, a letter from Nell Malen in which They May Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, counselor, had charge of the stew- A reading, That mP r meetings at Harris after an Serve was civen bv Stoeber V> ATetter g Irom a missionary in India was read by on the ice and injured one knee her meetings at Harris. Before she .was able to return to her work her father became ill and has since died. Miss Malen is well known to many here, having held meetings at the Galbraith house many times. People Had a Mlnd to Wor Bernice Kramer, completed tended vacation. Miss Malen fel, }une'W^isbrod, and a ' eading, Th^ i">rtTriama<inriiniit»Ar1n«A T-. _ 01-*-"** by the program, after which a business meeting took place and committees were appointed for the year. revival Woman's Club Opens Season— school- The Woman's club held its first meeting this year at Mrs. Bertha Ohm's, Mrs. Lillian Voettler assisting, and 18 members responded to roll call by giving hospital or sick spent Sunday with her parents, to out-of-town eupstq Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weisbrod, and town guests, returned to Des Moines Sunday j) a ]fotnns in Visit Horn— Sunday dinner guests at the par- N ' ental Robert Kyhl's. the Kyhls In the after- ayto at the Chas. Burke, J, F. Cook is Honored— The L. C. Schichtls were guests at J P. Cook's in Algona at a din- room experience. Mrs. E. W. Ruske ™n,i «rE g t J'i?°«', ^ h0 , / e ~ read a l )a P er on °- uacks an d Nos- contly celebrated his 75th birthday. trums and Mrs . Walter Weiabrod The occasion was also in honor of Henry Johannsen Jr., Schichtl, and E. W. Cook, of Fort Dodge, all of whom celebrate birth- reviewed the book, The Human » Va J' ne Body, by Logan Clendenning, M. D. Musical selections by Kathryn and Vernon Ohm and Verona Weisbrod hhp brother IT 1 "' E ' Y; Co ° k ' concluded the program. J. F., was unable to attend because of illness. Car Damaged In Accident— Shower for Elsie Kolihves— A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower was given Saturday evening low with rheumatism and heart Dodsre •ffrtiil-ilrt ^*o*- : trouble. a joint meeting the Auxiliary had at the Legion verely injured in an automobile ac- a month ago, but had to Installation of officers will be held developed. next month. The Methodist Aid meets J. J. Club Hears Program— this The J. J. club week Friday; hostesses Mesdames J. T. Snyder, R. N. Kyhl, Walter Weisbrod, and J. A. Mueller. i rn ii ra n Thi-t^,, ™ u The East division of the Metho- S»°^stf^n ^ dist Aid will serve a chicken sup- C arl Goetsch. and per at the church next week tended. me J. J. club met with Mrs Charles Wolf Friday. Vacation "echoes" were given in answer to and Wednesday. Doan Mrs. J. R, Farrell and .Mrs. Harry Lichty presented the following program: vocal solo, Mrs. 'Albert Hefti; paper, Our Club and What it Should Mean to Me, Mrs. Lionel Eustace; reading from Ed- Peter Looft, weed commlsslon- Leander Vaske, drag. er ________ . ____________ 61.80 John (Blum, dragr, __ C C. Anderson, weed commls- J. M. Elmore, drag. aloner ___________________ 25.66 Gregory! Mlbert, drag. John ICarsten, weed oommlg- ' *•'••»•* .t^««~.i- ,i._.. sloner _. ____ _ __ _ _____ Clerk of 'District Court, exp.__ Shumway (&. Kelly, fees ^ ----T. P. Harrington Bst., fees ___ Van Ness & StiHman, fees ... John N .Keneflck, med. care -.55 'Grogoryl Mlbert, drag. /.,-, ! Matl,| ! , on1 " in '»n ""•«,( Albert'Kressln, dras; " rmi H ' M -AVali,.- U i.OO"Albert Wlttkopf, drag. , 'T , Slmddlck ' nf C c \\- ll ,77 r 'Loren Bycrs, drag. n,t!' K » s Rini, t r ..- "''(fe i.OO 1C. 13. Kerter, drag. ,iMfti M ''». Alv „ W" 1 ' h »>ii>~ .60 C. c> Anderson, drag. T is'"- >, ' r n\n Hnnir. avef "*• .60 G. D. Gordon, labor „""""" BOO ' vvill >"r' st "---"'111 35.00' 7.77' S.OO .60 C. C' Anderson, drag." .60 G. D. Gordon, labor I Ben Glach, labor C.OO W. B. Mitchell, labor 1.56 Andrew Anderson, labor iGustave Kraft, labor _ Everett "Cnstpf. Inhnv ' prisoners Nelson Hardware, sup. Advance'Pub c°-i P u °. proceed. _. ......_ r etc. 85.67 Everett Caster, labor Bancroft 'Register, pub. pro- Wm. Busch, labor 76.31'Chris F. Nielsen. lai>5r 3.00 Lawrence J. Gink, labor 3.00 C. TI. Cooper, labor 11.99 Martin Brandt, labor 21.7S Robert Kruse, labor 31.47 Leonard P. Larson, labor 1.50 :J. B. T-ffilk, labor .92 H. A. iBruns, labor 2.02 Carl (H. Callles, labor I'Chns. lEmanuel, lalior (Hil'bert Beverlens, labor 18.00 B. J. Pailmor, labor 24.001 J. August Petersorr"~Ga~r7iVe" sup. --__»_.__„_ sup. 26.T2 Thompson Yards Inc.'sTip" , •!— 'P. I. Chapman, sup. ' 3.00 | A. B. Tweetcn, sup. 4.00, Farmers liJlevator Co.""sup7 Beed Hardware, sup. 29.CO W. ,F. Callles Estate, sup" ceed, etc. Sperbeck iPrlntlns: Co., notice. Burt Monitor, notice Whlttemore Champion, sup. Lee O. Wolfe, sup. Lu Verne News, sup. J. L. Molloy, repairs Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup. Pratt Electric Co,, sup. DRiAIN'AIQE PtTNlD Dr. 3- 'Oeorge 'Looft, labor iRay A. Marquis, labor Elmore Cement '& THe Co., 2.75 IS.Ou l.fiO IW.OO J4.00 | 10.4-1 i Mrn. >rtl w M. i.K K. 3.30 1.10 5.70 ] Kohlhaas i& Spllles, sup, , „ S.OO Deldutch Super Service sun John Wilson, labor 12.95 I W. IB. Williams, gravel haull'm? '- m - 750'^' B ' Wllllama ' Sravel haul- Lena iQiti tknec ii f,~ "gravel" "fIglit- 1.20 20.00 15.00 a. 01 7.fiO 13.20 12.90 'Bud Hiinaon, repairs <E. O. Stenstrom, repairs Dr. 7— Dick Baade, repairs _. _ Dr. 20- Dlek Baade, repairs Dr. 29- Klmore Cement & Tile Co., sun. Dr. 31- lElmorc Cement & Tllo Co., sup. Dr. 40- iProst * Son, hauling tile Dr. COE. J. Palmer, labor Elmore Cement & Tllo Co., sup. __ Dr. 80- IB. IG. Stenstrom, labor iBud QHanson, labor Blmore Cement & Tllo ^o., sup. Dr. 82— •Henry Christiansen, labor R. Pomeroy, labor Ed IMoyer, labor Theo Dorcnbush, la-bor 'Elmore Cement & T|!o Co., sup. Dr. 83- Earl 'Laurltson, labor John .Lelninger, labor 15.05 Dr. 84- iFarmers Co-operative Society, sup. •Ralph Janssen, labor Dick Baade, labor IIII" Elmore Cement & THe Co., sup. Dr. 96- 'Dlek Baade, labor Dr. 105- Chas. Emanuel, labor Lawrence Cink, labor Dr. 135— Henry Christiansen, labor Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. Dr. 1GO- Blmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. H-K No. 3-46- Farmers Co-operative Soc., sup. i r -K No. M-S9- Dick IBaade, labor MAO NTBNIAN1OE "- -~ " I3.tr, .1.00 43.00 IT.fiti curia Farmers SUI), Elmore Cemenr^fe Co-Operative Soc" Clapp's Master Service, slip. J. L. Molloy, sup. j d'onvrrr '• W. I'ost. " f »Kko . . • ,| ,« I 'r t.'W ' Kl ^•ra Vic n, rent l|| t . . Joe dreenljerff, sup. Nelson Hardware, sup. .28 7.20 6.00 18.10 8.00 NO 'U05 Chris F. iNellsen, la'bor ... PROCEEDINGS FOR A COMPO- '"c^ ' P ° WCr C °" "^ SITION OF EXTENSION jla. Machlne"ry""&"Si"ip:"c8r,"Su^ Notice of First Mectlnp- of Creditors ! ,Roya! 4M on C c°o S SUR in Proceedings in Bankruptcy;otto Taylor, labor .._'__' Under Section 75. 'Fred Coon, labor .IIIIIIIIIII In the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Iowa. Central Division. In the matter of Nicholas Weydert, Debtor. To the Creditors of Nicholas Wey- .901 S.OO 10.50 1.02 70.14 1108.70 1517.42 5.50 ... . . 12.00 Harvey Knutson, drag. 17,55 of-way City of Lone Rockr"water"sVr"v" Central States Elec. Co., light serv. A. V. Hcrflgi'sFgn"!"" Advance Pub. Co., pub. "notice" Kennedy & .Parsons Co., sun " Cords Piston Ring Co., sup. '"" J. D. Adams, Co., sup. Wilensky Auto Parts Co7,~sup~ . Sleg-Fort iDodge Co., sup [Central Battery & Electric Co." 43.19 8UJ), __«._ — 19 nn Butterw ort"h"""Motof""li;x;press; 12.90 express J. A. Roberts."'su"p". 'Phillips Petroleum Co.,"sTm T. c. Dahl, sup. Royal "400" OH CoTsupT COU1RT FUND C. H. Blossom, mayor W. H. Ste\\3ird, marshal CONSTRUCTION FUND Standard Oil Co., sup. _ I Peerless Oil Co., sup. H i.ia AVill 'Bourne, damages John Kohlwes, labor _ Martin Meyers, graveflatid Oscar Earing, la'bor ~" Paul Construction Co.,"Sec~"Rd" iNo. 292 Paul Consfr'u'c't'ion'CoTr'Secr'Rd" No. 267 Paul Construc"Uon~Co7rSeb7"Ra" No. 259 Paul Construction Co7,"s"ec7"Rd" No. 258 Paul Construction Co7,"s~e"c7~Rd~ No. 287 W. _B. Williams, 'Se"c".""Rd.""5:"o7 W. B.""vV"lTriams,""Sec".""Rdr"N^7 W. B~""\\ r lTliams,""Se"c".""Rd.""x"o" 270 W. B. Wl7fiams,~¥ec~.~"RU.""N r o7 I W. B".""wiT|]ams,""Se"c".""Rd.""N"o7 1.2.S 1.50 | l.SO 3..W S.G7 IS!. 10 1X5.00 n.-is 354.75 33.SS 114.00 2802.10 3.25 3.00 ()| aon i » O T i -"'•"he r- s - . Jl >linson, proi- *•• i\. Johnson — p-i ''"hnson ." F. Klein ' " '•rank Dovine V^.xs^SF'^-- M. Hi'Pthorst \r K '~,J' Coon ... *'• '-. Frandscii P. Klein Nelson , 11 ". V. IRutlcdie ....... 'Prank Splker ...... "~ 5.25 c.OO 1S8.72 ^flOi^liell' Wh '" C ' Pr ° V - * 8 ~"Si 19.95 I R. A. dfirit""!) 250.01) J. T. Jones 112.50 R P. Jones" Frank Htoner 113.01 A UB. Rnsenaii Rob Howmnn 132.131 Li>wls Olson | f'lirls Nelson oL.Tl. J. ,1. N'collnff LOIIK'K Grocery" .... Ill .... ltd .... IW m DS.-B ! 0-1.73 59.98 John Geist 3 A. M. Colllnso'n u3 "-", Prov.MrrWa . ° Christ Nelson Ml John F. Oronbach, labor""™ Kohlwes, drag. "" 12.00 0.00 •10.00 Allan Carr, labor Northwestern 'Bell Tel. Co.,~tel. service 15.71 'H. R. Hays, labor " 32,50 Jay .Godden, patrol 73.a<; Will Leeper, patrol dert of Bode P. O., in the county of Kossuth and District afore- JA ; Uo ' n ^; ™ °, alc V ['Chester Alme, patrol" "" Notice is hereby given that on Jerry Neeland, patrol _"III" 03.30 Paul "Consfruotlon'CoT," SecT'Rdi s Weydert praying that he be afford- Leo Delper.dang. labor """ ed an opportunity to effect a com- ! E 'mer Ewine, labor position or an extension of time tol^ mn ' T ^ '^"- \^° 1 ' - -pay his debts, under Section 75 of Mike Baker, labor the Bankruptcy Act, was approved Oooclman Humlsness, patrol by this Court as properly filed un- ™ """" ""' der said Section; and that the first No. 2C9 _ "" Paul Constructlon"cbT,"SecT~RdT No. 271 Paul Construction CoT,~'SeoT"R'd~ No. 275 17G.SG Paul Construction Co., Sec. Rd. I No. 270 i 'No. 261 _ • " eC- JUJ-jUl Paul Consfi"u~c~tlon"Co7,~S~e~c7"Rd" _„ No. 280 .... ^ ( TO-;™ Paul Constru"c~t1on"Co7r"Sec~~Rd~ tn.uu | ,JJ D ](£ jj 9 ^ meeting of his Creditors will be held at the office of the Conciliation Commissioner in Algona Iowa, on the 9th day of Ed Uaker, patrol Clyde Sanders, patrol""™ J. H, Montgomery, patrol Guy Bruns, labor Ole Gerdes. labor Albert G. Young, Tabor Oliver Young, ' ' 67.50 07.50 155 Dick Baade, labor Lloyd H. Zentner, Tabor Blbert Garage ,sup. ,1. F. Engesser, "appraising i gravel pit : Henry Seller, "damages Lone Rock Exchange Co7,"su"p" " " Steel Co., sup. Steel Co., sup. Ill Concrete Co., sup. ! ". K. straycr, sup. 95.52 ! dm- L. .1. Ilrown. sup" 74.00 Mrs. F. Klein Ol.«on """ 74.CO Mrs. Rutledge !•'. M. iHTCthorst 'K M. Stoner • W. T. Pllchcr, sup. MrTc K.I Johnson SUPERVISOR DIST. Sft| W. F. 'Hn.mstreet, mti. u.._ Mrs. Emll Bolllnger I A. -H. Borchardt, sup. Mri.II R7 , r i Abbas _ I "'•*',-C. II. Cretzmc.ver,"c"a"rV"E"E| Robinson F. L. Adams, med,~ rareT| Ilutchlnson Kossutli Hospital, liosp, catTI Urban Neuroth !1»| Mrs. Howard McCrady ! Howard McCrady Jr. . 14*1 St. Joseph's Mercy Host,! hoap. care Frank Erdmm _| 272.95 199.SG 96.CG 39.30 12.00 13. SO 10.00] n _ I IT. W. Roba, rent James Wilt- Leo IIun"lff7"rVnt"Geo."H«i5j~ 'Farmers Co-op. Soc., sup. Rob-l ^;^^^»^ ™ -Mrs. ^.SStt D^^foV Bl.?e "» ™* ff slightly damaged in a minor acci- Kohlwes, Lotts Creek, dent last Tuesday. She was driving north past the Schichtl farm who was married this week Tuesday to Paul, son of Druggist and Mrs. F. H. turn. To avoid a collision Krause turned into the ditch, car went up a steep incline struck She Mrs. and tables, Mrs. C. F. Wegener winning high, Virginia Huskamp low. Miss Kohlwes received many gifts. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Eigler Improvements at Church— The Methodist church is under- Omer Clear? at Hospital— Orner Cleary is a patient at the Kossuth hospital, having recently suffered a stroke. He was plowing a re eing redecrated Uh iV h ° S "a e ik b s ei afe re an C re r p a aired, the lawn when • h « t ™ er Donald Mark S; Party— going improvements. The auditorium, choir room, and the entries The cement • ^seeded, and a wire placed around Irvmston with hope that grass will get a good start this fall. Services for the last two Sundays were held in Mrs. Leslie Mark was hostess at the church basement. The work a party honoring her 3-year-old wlu be completed by Sunday. son Donald last week Wednesday, 'p:™ Seven guests were present. Mrs. ' Mark was assisted by La Vina for Young people who have left for schools are: Martin Pertl, the state Blanchard and Mrs Howard Naeel s>u ' ouls . aru: ™aruu ^«"i, uie suue __i;_ walu 1Ndsel> university, second year as a med- Hihs Are Cracked in Fall— Ezra Blancliard received several cracked ribs Saturday while filling «i silo at the Harry Sabin home. The accident occurred when his learn started to run away and he fell from the wagon. I Feeding Lambs Shipped In— | A large flock of feeding lambs of two to three hundred, arrived here from Oregon Mondal. The lambs were taken southeast of Irvington to what is known as the James Butterfield farm. School Opened Wednesday — A belated school term was opened he"e hist week Wednesday. School wus held Saturday, and will be held next week Saturday to make up for last Monday and Tuesday. Former Resident Is Dead- Friends here will be sorry to learn that Wm. Petticord, of Rod- juach. |ical student; Arthur Kucker, Iowa State, also August Krause to start Mrs. Ruth Hansen, president; Mrs. Sadie Struthers, vice; Mrs. Agatha Hansen, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Viva Hoover, assistant. The A. J. Martineks were dinner guests at Edw. Maleks, near Garner, Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Hansen and Mrs. Florine Hood have been elected dele- H. Dehnert. Missionary Group Meets- Mrs. Jos. Blumer was hostess to the Evangelical Missionary society Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Merkle, the president, had charge of the devotional period and Florence Hot reviewed the last chapter of the study book, Eastern Women of Today and Tomorrow. Mrs. gates to the Northwest Iowa Meth- Lewis Merkle and Mrs Walter odist conference at Algona. Hefti sang a duet. The hostess Mrs. Ruth Sparks has a new (served a dainty lunch at the close granddaughter, Lois Marilyn, at'of the program. Fifteen members Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Goetz's, born week ago Friday. Rose Ann and Venita Venteicher are attending parochial school at St. Benedict and stay with their a were present. Good Will Club Meets— The Good Will club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Arthur Krause. aunt, Mrs. George Arndorfer. I Because of the funeral of Harry The Rev. Mr. Mathes, evangelist Curran there were several mem- holding meetings two weeks at the bers not Present, and several came Titonka Methodist church, has preached several times at Doan. Gladys Paetz has been brought home from the Kossuth hospital and is improving daily. The Ross Buffingtons, the Dale Struthers family, Ted Hoover, Robert Hoover, -- - - -- was Mrs. The IRVIXGTfW NFAVS The George Hahles, of Hobarton, were Sunday guests at H Hahle's. The Stephen Loss fa snent Sunday at Nick Decker's". Mrs. Charles Hintz and Mrs. Elmer Emery attended a wedding in Fort Dodge Wednesday. The Frank Ditsworths, the Wilford Colemans and James Ditsworth were Sunday guests at John Ditsworth's. < Mrs. Wilford Johnson was re- .1 -siuiv., itiLju .n u j-j uoi> xk.i ciuiac; L.U OLCVI t lis second year as veterinarian stu- lent; Harold Newel, Ames, as a "reshman to take a course in chem- stry; Elsie Bleckwenn, to the I. S. r. C., Cedar Falls. 'repares for the Ministry- William Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantleman, left recently or St. Paul to enter the Concordia eased from the General hospital Thursday. She recently underwent in operation for appendicitis and or a small tumor. Annabelle Bord- vell, Livermore, is doing the lousework till Mrs. Johnson has ier strength back. The Good Will club met Friday t Airs. Emma Krause's, with Mrs. Arthur assisting. Six visitors and even members were present, and he afternoon was spent socially. "he next meeting will be at Mrs. tobert Hardcopf's, with Mrs. Henry listau assisting. Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi and children ^ere Sunday guests at the Schichtl ome. Mr. and Mrs. John Egel, son larence and Wm. Plett, of Daven- ort, arrived at Charles Egel's Wed- esday for several days. They were nroute home after visiting rela- ves in Nebraska and at Storm ake. Mr. and Mrs. John Kwloski, of reenleaf, Kans., arrived at Harry Ankle's last Wednesday to spend few days. They also visited at H. \>i i, IAUUVCI, lueivm wison, ana .Howard Ferrigan attended the Spencer fair last week. The Ted Hoovers celebrated the son Vaughn's sixth birthday Sunday by entertaining the brothers, sisters, parents, etc., of Mrs. Hoover and the Dale Struthers family, 20 in all. The Aid meets this week Thursday at the church. T. Sabin's, Rome Robison's, and Mrs. August Johnson's. Mrs. Kwloski is a cousin of Mrs. Winkle and Mrs. Robison. Elnora Boldridge, of the Piney Woods school, who has been touring the states with a troup of singers, is now in Canada. She plans to work back this way and make an extended stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boldridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley drove to Aurelia Saturday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Maurice Eddy. They returned Monday. lone Blanchard is spending a week with her aunt, Mrs. Clem Cunningham, at Sexton. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on I Peter 5:8. Be sober. be vigilant, because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walk- eth about, seeking whom he may devour. The Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. H. T. Sabin will have charge of the devotianal services. A covered dish luncheon will be served. late, so the regular program was dispensed with and the afternoon was spent visiting. Lunch served by the hostesses, Krause and Emma Krause. „„„ next hostesses are to be Mrs. Robert Hardcopf and Mrs. H. D. Ristau. Tuesday Club Opens Season— The first meeting of the Tuesday club this season was held last Tuesday with Mrs. William Miller This year each member has a topic to report on at roll call, and the first response was the program at this meeting. In the business meeting in charge of the new president Florence Hof, plans for the year were discussed. Nineteen members and two guests were in attendance. Aid Tea is Given— Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. O S Alexander, and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey entertained a group of women at a tea Friday afternoon. It was one of a series of teas being given by Methodist Aid members, and 35 were served with a collection of $5 A short program of music and readings was given, and the rest of the afternoon was spent finishing owrk for the utility sale. Cemetery Ass'n Meets— The Cemetery association met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Wm Miller's with guests present. 20 members and The afternoon was spent socially after a short business meeting. A covered dish luncheon was served. The October meeting will be held with Mrs. Fred Wolf. Students Return to College— Wesley Baddeley has gone to Sioux City to begin another year's ino7 — * uuiouer,'-i<-. 1J. .Hrulsman, labor 79 "0 1!JJ4, at two o clock p. m. of said c - A - Lamoreux, labor 92.'75 day, at which time the said credi- I w j !bm ' A - Fisher, 'labor""!!" 7o'.oo tors mav attend nvnvA tv,»i,. «i n i™,, ' J°'l" Hanselman, labor 125.59 tors may attend, prove their claims,g 01 g examine the debtor, and transact ' such other business as may properly come before said meeting Dated this 14th day of September, 1934. G. W. STILLMAN, Conciliation Commissioner for Kossuth County, Iowa, in said l District. Clem Goodman;' labor Fay Mlnard, labor , (Hugo Gade, lalior ____ 81.00 Joe M, Bsser, labor SI 00 abor" Puchsen ._. Fred J. Coon, labor" Proceedings August 20, 1934. o ' of Supervisors met adjournment with 20, 1934. pursuant uan to adjournment with the following members present: Chas. Morris WF Donald and W. S . CosgVove ?\& kin Halgeman and P. j. «ei- Cos f° VB an " seconded by '' Ayes Al ad<1 " Bancro ". he fr,,. ft town- Motion by McDonald and seconded by 'Cosgrove that Albin Diedrich n W f a t TW ?'" be slven a refund of *4 00 poll tax because of 'being em assessed as recommended by ship olerk. Ayes: All Hams be approved. Ayes: All ' Motion .by McDonald and seconded by Cosgrove that financial , or i;,. L. Vincent, Secretary County Agriculture AssoclatioTi and approved. Ayes: All 7S.OO M _ •_ ' •—•'«• ———_______ 6-1.00 . G. Bourne, assign. 5 00 Wm. F. ifJronbach, labor fi9 00 E. L. Huber, labor oi 88 M. L. Worby, labor I 74 40 Clifford 'Holmes, labor gl'oo Lyell Miller, labor 7954 Peter Movlck, labor si'flO Albert E. Gould. drugT s'25 Louis Scott, drag. c'oo Charles infers, drag! I s 50 A. G. Voluntlne, dragT """ 7'o» Albert 'Looft, drag. IIIIII 8.50 be On motion 'Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. m. Septemebr 4 1934 " " E. J. BUTLER, 'County Auditor. September 4, 1934. and n anow°l,IuT r<1 ' proceede < 1 to audit to one Road District 'No Ayes: All. be approved, — — — vi allowance E. READING FUN IN STORE POU HOYS Here's important news for the boys of America. THE AMERICAN BOY—YOUTH'S COMPANION, the nation's quality magazine for boys, has been reduced from $2.00 a year to $1,00. The three-year rate formerly $3.50, has been reduced to $2.00. "For a long time we have been seeking a way to reduce the cost of THE AMERICAN BOY Jo readersT" states Griffith Ogden Ellis, editor Recently we have effected savings ;H, , make the cut Possible, and we thInk boys will agree that the new Puce is big news on the reading front. We hope boys will help us to spread the good news by telling their friends." Along with the cut in cost, the magazine's publishers are planning a magazine that will continue to set the pace in fiction, articles, and te?s a oSLs T ^\X°% 1 t arraadc ; !!«.™ E AMERlS'^r?^ es. Douglas Renfrew of Canadian Mounted, Hlde- red-and-gold collie, Bone_ . - the reader many excitin-' hours in the months to come H William Heyliger, whose true-to- Me, gripping vocational stories have won him wide acclaim from Parents and librarians as well ^ Thrt Vi/\n«*-» ™CH US nearly approval of hnvo j s rack head' SlH will 3S1.5'.' | n _ for labor irj_™.__"."l_"H 32.50 Cut Rate Grocery, groc. in exchange for labor 49.29 Kunz. groc,, |n exchange'for labor 15.00 R. A. Olark, groc. in exchange for labor 12 50 Malands Store","gfo"c.~Tn"ex- change for labor 8.75 In "ex- 7.50 change for Fabor __' 12.50 j\nna Sankey. groc, In exchange for labor 4.50 H. R. .Soresen Co., groc."1n"ex- change for labor 1.25 W. A. White Groc""groc" In exchange for labor . 10.00 Chas. Johnson, groc. In exchange for labor C.25 Tjce iBrack, groc. tif "e"xc"haiige for labor 10.00 'Backet Grocery, groe.~"in exchange for labor Moo i& Sjogren, groc. In exchange for labor E. L. Hansen, grocT fn ex•change for labor C. J, Applequlst, groc., TrTex- change for labor Earl Stott, sup. Mrs. Enual Mnry Fashendcr Store, sup.:.! Mrs. Mai'y Simons .... Ill Geo. Sti-ll t»| W. K. Callles Est., sup I •Chas. Wandllng »l M. Abbas !1»| Kennedy Bros. Co., prov. U| Conwuy --, Paul Gramca, prov. Mrs. MtH mer yl Wrode & Krause, prov. '-I Mill 7.00 6.00 2.50 'Hub Clothiers, clothing change for labor Ca'Mlea Estate, provisions""Tn exchange, for labor Graham Co., sup. In 'exchange for labor R. A. 'Bravendefriiup'~'ln exchange for labor A L,. RJst, rent In exchaifeefor labor 15.00 2.11 5.00 4.00 5.00 7.60 Dr. • POOR FUND ' 'SUPER/VISOR DIST. NO. 1 C. W. Cretzmeyer, med. care Joe Platt 43.50 J. N. Keneflck. med. care Qeb. Becker children _ 30.00 $16 paid by Mr. Becke~rT 'Kpasuth Hospital, hosp. care Joe Platt 14.50 Ernest J. Gailes, rent iNick . Klein SS.OO Algonquin Pox Farm, relit"A"l- bert Oason 7.00 Anna 8. Cook, rent"joe"'platt" 10.00 Moe & Sjogren. prov. John Fox 6.71 Anna 'Sankey, prov. Martin Jordan jo.OO !. K. Kinseth""&""sb"n,""l"rovT Mosiman fajnlly 27.44 Uark s Grocery, prov Joe""platt 13.60 iKPnnn \nt* a Q4 n __ -r^ «_ (Benedict's Store, prov. 'Frank Stewart 1.78 MaFarland & Walker, "provT •Fred Schneider . 4.18 W T. Pflcher, prov. .1. ».30 Henry Cook I. 372 joe piatt..::::::::::. IK A. H. Borchardt, sup. Joe Platt 2.65 SUIPIBRVISOR DIST. NO. 2 A. H. Borchardt, sup. 33.85 Jim Godden 6"82 R. J. Dutton _ 6.10 Aug. Rosenau 1224 'Lawrence Laurltson""! 7.65 allowed , Mrs. Butledge ... " ..... g.OO 'Harvey Graham ..... ~~ 5.00 Mrg. Ferd Brethorst ... 6.00 H. Cretzmeyer, med. care.. Robt. Dutton _; ____ 8.00 John Schmidt 3.00 .. -....^6, uu UBW stories. Staff writ. ' T " e "«. clmd. J2.55 not t ers are interviewing famous coarh J M I' An< Jerson, re"nt""jobn es and athletes anT ™ i.f T. M ?. ho ? ey - fam - o" 1 " 3 - *»-not allowed nowued cxnWn, * t world-re- P- V. Janse, med. care Fred the colnr S ! 8> t0 brln « boys •Baumeartner. clmd *14.50.not allowed tne color and fun of sports anrt p K^ Janse - me<J - oare Archie travel. Bt>orls an a Dodda fam.. clmd. »ll.OO not allowed •--«=.----" loaded Aug. .., - Jan»e. roed. care . Meslng ... John J. Helmere ...... 8.50 Walter Jeni? „,;;:;;; fOO «.50 88.00 Hoods Cash Store, prov. Doss —-j Emma TTmstcd, rent Carl m Mrs. AuBiista Reltz, care W- rcl Gelst —;"X» Dr. 11. G. Bourne, med. w Alfred Wolter —-—•••J. G. Clapsuddle, med. ein- Housclioldir boy 'fjj Bert Godden Hiram Ward Julius BrlKga .,-«—• Ed Sanderson girl — John N. Keneflck. med. »• Ben Lentsch babj —••-;-; Thomas Moatoskl, reni "• Ilauhecker — Art Lester, rent |jjl J. F. Fnulkner '01 fa I Jul *" Patterson —--;.-•• Ben Farrow, rent Mrs. Thavea Sisters, proi • Mra. Jurgenson Frank Miller Mrs. A. Werrlnea -•• Mrs. S. C. Krosch, rent Martin Mrs. Julius ginia Stefinwi" --• SUPKHVISOB [ G. Bourne, r" rlts iJiurltson Mrs. Robt. L. -i I —' care Kl Graham Co., Ida Emergency l i u John' Hennlng^^yer," P° a v e Janse, med. « r ; * * i i._n nrov« »"*" Thos. . Zender Robt' Kunchey. L. b m F i¥?^« torisberebs ^ ea i|blW! ssue this meeting motion

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