Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA.I6WA Harry Curran, Ex-Kossuth Farmer; Dies FINAL RITES HELD FRIDAY AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Sept. 18—Funeral services for Harry Curran, 42, of Nay ,Tah Wauch, Minn., were held here Friday afternoon -with the Rev. A. .English officiating. Mrs. Casey JLoss sang, The City Four Square, and Beautiful Isle of Somewhere, pall hearers were Herman Warmbier, Bert Sankey, Fred Miller, Ar- .ron Stuessy, Armour Lemkee 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. Curran is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Curran, formerly of Lu .Verne, now of Nay Tan 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 ,Ruby and Edith, of Forest City; Mrs. Sylvia McDougal, of International Falls, Minn.; Archie, of Bena,.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. FENTON GIRL TO COLLEGE FORTHE 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 Connie Osborne, Council Bluffs, ,Tom Clement, HeUingerT' N. "D°' i who remaln ed till Sunday evening. 31rs. Claude Whitehill, Bancroft; ' Mis s Weisbrod left Friday for Chi- PORTLAND PARAGRAPHS 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. Slgsbees, and the Wyott Stotts attended the Spencer fair Friday. The Russell and Samuel Shiplers, Delma Henderson, Beulah and Lauretta Larson, and Gordon and Howard Slgs- 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 TEACHERS ARE GUESTS AT LU VERNEPARTY Lu Verne, Sept. 18—The teach ers' reception sponsored by the three woman's clubs at the gym Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee attend- nasium Friday evening was attend ed the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. ed by more than 100 people. After Charles Dittmer, Saturday at Burt. the group had assembled the fol Evelyn Blerstedt, Mrs. Ray Bier- lowing program was given: stedt, and the latter's son spent last Music, string trio, Ervin and Or- week Tuesday to Saturday at Philip, S. D. Luther Fairbanks came home Saturday from Kansas City, where he had been at an army aviation camp two weeks. The J. P. Trunkhllls drove to Mason City Saturday, and Iva made arrangements to attend the Hamilton business college. week Wednesday at C. bee's. E. Sigs- ville Ramus, Willie Hoepner. Welcome, the Rev. David Lang. Piano solo, Mrs. Ray Stone. Reading, Mrs. Harold Phillips. Musical playette, Courting Peggy Luther Fairbanks received 1000 sheep from Montana Sunday to feed three months. Donald Ringsdorf and Dick Bray- ' Jane, by Mesdames ~Chas Wolf'Ti" ton drove to Marble Rock Sunday to onel Eustace, and Max Block, get Viva Brayton, who had spent a ' Then the new teachers and Mrs week with relatives. Fred Graham were initiated! Supt Evans presided at a' mock trial seminary as a junior high school with Princ 'P al Fred Graham acting student preparing for the Lutheran * s Prosecuting attorney, and Ruth ministry. Merlin, son of Mr. and Smith as bailiff. Mrs. Robert Wegener, Fairville is p °H°wing the trial the new also there. ' .teachers were welcomed in an in- I formal reception. Punch and waf- Sine;s at S. S. Convention— ers were served for refreshments Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod attended aL , ,* , I « v, . county S. S. convention at Lu Sp l vlccs Monday for Mrs. Davis— Verne last week Wednesday and' Funer , al services for Mrs. P. G sang a solo. There was an all-day D f vl V2 r S e ! r . 1IjU I 6 ™ 6 restideAnt program and large attendance' who died Fridav afternoon at Al- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs J T S°na, were held at the Methodist Snyder accompanied her. Fenton Men's Cousin Dies- church here Monday afternoon with the Rev. C. V. Hulse, of Algona officiating. The Rev. Wm 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- cago 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, awarded at the school for the deaf at r*^n««:i T>ii.rc.~ was converted in evangelis- by Miss Methodist IV. F. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met at the church last Thursday, Mrs. George Newel in charge of devotionals. Gifts were brought by members to be sent to a foreign nn fw Maien, at Wallingford, in 1929. A service at the Laird adn Cullough chapel in Algona ceeded the one at Irvington. Mc- pre- fiirls Make Good Record- mission school. A demonstration, i^n \ ma tflancliard recently spent Christmas in a China Mission -nrt « Mar f aret Shaddick, School, was given by five Standard and attended a junior mis- Bearer girls. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod at Gail resigned as president, and Mrs. C. been presi- G. Humphrey was elected. Mrs. J. dent of etv J,P~ T v . . . . . missionar y s °«- B. Hanson was elected correspond- S L ' ° ne Was ing secretary to take Mrs. Humph- insr THP ii 0t ,,o t % • , r " rey ' s P lace - Mr s. Charlie Weisbrod m?dP nvn n/it K % glrls have and Mrs - E - A - Weisbrod were host- made two quilts, bandages for a esses ioreign hospital, and 160 articles of clothing for an orphanage. They Standard Rearer Girls Meet- also gave a basket of food, toys, ' The Standard Bearer girls met Mrs. William Weisbrod received Eaddeley assisted in the service, a telegram Monday announcing the 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 Daughter for Kenneth Coons- many years at their farm southwest of Lu Verne, where Mr. Davis died Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coon are in 1329 - On e daughter, Mrs. Hnzel parents of an 8-lb. daughter, Pat- Barnes, 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. and Mrs. Julius Gremmels. Festival Attracts Crowds- More than 300 were present Sun- New Parochial Teacher Here— i dav morning when the Rev. E. Gerhard Wiebel, Lowden, came , 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. Other Fenton News. | the women of the church served a fried chicken dinner. At the afternoon services the Rev. H. Stahmer, Fairville, gave the sermon in Eng- warner, u^, to an estimated crowd of 500. ™ „„ . Warner, Liberal offerings for missions Des Momes. came Saturday to visit rece ived at both series the Samuel Warners. Lola is em- pastors were ployed at Des Moines, but is hav- Algona- I G ng a two weeks vacation at home. ' nrichs Ma; F ene was and clothing for a needy last Christmas. Evangelist on Duty Again- family recently at the Methodist church, Ardis Voight and Bernice Kramer hostesses. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, counselor, had charge of the stew- T,, — v>u UULI^IUI , UH.LI ^lltll&t; UJ. LUC OLV3W- x, n nH rd recentlv had ardship lesson. A reading, That " flo^f ?",]?_I vhich T. hey May Serve ' was Siven by a by The byj w e ^btTot tHa 7 is ,; Befoi r he ™^- a ^"whiohT"ta rt n2S trouble ' "'?L lb l e J°^ t "n\ t °, hei :,^ 0rk . her "Beting took place and committees evening with the Warners. in Visit Here- Mr, and Mrs. Dolph Meyers, Mr. or,toi T>«v,^f Tr,,i,i. n T _ *i £._ iV 1 u - arrived last week Wednes- ental Robert Kyhl's. noon they visited at Wilbert Holldorf's, called Frantz Wednes Chas. Burke, Miller and , and to visit Wilbur died. Miss Malen is well known to many here, having held revival Woman's Club Opens Season- meetings at the Galbraith house many times. school- The Woman's club held its first meeting this year at Mrs. Bertha Ohm's, Mrs. Lillian Voettler assist- TVin T n o i • i n m £> aud 1S members responded to ^V^L^Y * l e ™ ? u !?' 8 ro" call by giving hospital or sick ,1. F. Cook is Honored- at. J. F. Cook's in Algona at a din- room experience. Mrs. E. W. Ruske re- rAn H n nnnov nn rVinMro jmd .1 ^ . « • 1\T /-I I . ner nonormg Mr. Cook, who alS °T m ' ° f ^viewed the book, The Human nf days this month. E. 1 brother of J. P., was unable to attend because of illness. Clendenning, M. D. Musical selections by Kathryn and n Vernon Ohm and Verona Weisbrod C ° 0k> concluded the program. Cur Damaged in Accident- Mrs. Clarence Krause had her car Shower for Elsie Kohhves— A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower was given Saturday evening •at Mrs. Everett Dreyer's for Elsie married this week Tuesday to Paul, ing north past the Schichtl farm son of r>rnirei«r inrl Mr* house, when a car coming from the S ° n ° £ Diusglst and Mrs ' K™ t, H M, Krause turned into the ditch. ' ~ Her She was F. H. was played at five ?. Wegener winning high, Virginia Huskamp low. Miss received many gifts. As- hostesses were Mrs. Eigler Mrs. John Kohlwes. Improvements at Church— The Methodist church is under- Onicr Clenry at Hospital— r£ n mh O hl ar?rt ', S h PaUent at ll ? e eotng improvements. The auditor- Kosbuth hospital, having recently ium choir room Bllfforo<l n ct™l,o tl« ,..„,. .,1 :..:. 1UI ". CHOIF TOOm, the entries c-nff^w,. + , TT " . . " iuiu, uuuir iuuiii, ctiiu me eui.ritia n" ,1 nf A,±, e - tle was plow.ng are being redecorated. The cement £ £8™*^^?°^ ™»» a re all repaired, the when he suffered the stroke. Mr. Cleary farmer. res eeded, and a wire placed around former Irvington with hope that grass wlu get 'Donald Mark 3; Tarty- good start this fall. Services for the last two Sundays were held in Mrs. Leslie Mark was hostess at tlle church basement. The work a party honoring her 3-year-old wln be completed by Sunday. son Donald last week Wednesday.' Fiv( , off f ,,_ n.-ii^p Seven guests were present. Mrs. ' College— Mark was assisted by La Vina Young people who have left for schools are: Martin Peril, the state Blanchard and Mrs Howard Naeel £ > U1UUI& " 1B: "iaruii reru, me siaie ___l!_ B , university, second year as a med- Hibs Are Cracked in Fall— ical student; Arthur Kucker, Iowa Elsie Bleckwenn, to the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls. Prepares for the Ministry- William Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantleman, left recently for St. Paul to enter the Concordia Ezra Blanchard received several State - also Au S ust Krause to start cracked ribs Saturday while filling his second vear as veterinarian stu- a silo at the Harry Sabin home dent ; Harold Newel, Ames, as a The accident occurred when his fl'f snman . to jE. ak e a course in chem- leam started to run away and he '"' "'""'" "'"' fell 1'i-om the wagon. I'Yt'diiiK J.iunhs Shiitpcd 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 hi si week Wednesday. School was 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 Installation of officers will be held next month. The Methodist Aid meets this week Friday; hostesses Mesdames R. N. Kyhl, Walter J. A. Mueller. developed. 1.1. J. Club Hears Program— The J, J. club met with Mrs. work at Morningslde. Earl and Wayne Lang are both attending Western tfnlon college at Le Mars, and Josephine Donelson and Jeanne Jennings are attending school at Cedar Falls. Group Enjoys Wiener Boast— 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. sessions tohh Simmon*, drug. ., 1 , r . : Herman IRiinlfHrfiolof *"*"""•• }».W '•-•• -17. i5 Chas. com. and Ounder, 'nas. morn's w*"* «*»»« ««- .«.»A «' i "•.."."' lvmt> *t "•**»• -„...._ slons ' 186.70 oust Nelson, drag. - "— P. J. HeFken, comm. and ses- WorthWtefn'e'elf Tel. Co., tel. DonaM Jacoibs, 177.30 Melvin Cody, drag. ; Walter Button, drag, 60.22 Maynard Hortzite, drag? 6.00 : 20.50 '• 15.85 : 'J'loya $1 fill pavld 111-"" JX*:--:::::- 9 KowiH anrv - -*«----.- uv.**» uuu^iiitiu nurusKQ. uraff, Q.» - rt i «-wia nio Bl wer» ;r- IB WihUer'doi: tax collector 199.03 .Rich Potratz, drag. . 3 f * , Mrs. \\^, B . 1 '" ... '«« kurlce 'C. MaMahon, exp. ... B3.43 John Rpdmakcr, drag. '.".''"* ^Z "• [1. n m ,t nr . °«HVfe- hos. Carmody, exp. ?.«o Frank iD|ers, drag. " , n -^ \YIII M,,,.' 1 ,^ H\M „!• Thos. Carmody" exp!' 2.1~.-~~ f.SO Frank piers, drag." .. Vallle M. Trlbon, cxp. B.97 Kdward Hafrge, drag. LEGAL NOTICES IN EQUITY. NO. 1S780. NOTICE OP IIEAUING ON APPLICATION TOE AUTHOHITY TO SELL REAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, j. 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 Application of D. W. Bates, Superin- endent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell he West Sixteen (16) rods of Lots Thirteen (13) and Fourteen (14), in Block Five (5), Auditor's Plat of Reservation Number One (1), in ,he Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, ,o Marie Shackelford, of Algona, owa, for the sum of One Hundred JMfty Dollars ($150.00) according to he terms of a certain contract at- ached to said application to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified tha_t the learing on said Application will be lad at the Courthouse in Algona, Kossuth 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 f any you have, why an irder 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. 1VO. S405 21.28 A. M. Qustafson, drag." iLeander Vnske, drag. ."" " .Mum* ikrium, drag, ... H [J. M. Elmoro, drag. " " B, V. Carter, exp. Peter Looft, weed eommisslon- C. C. Xnderson,"weed r commls- „„,-- --. . sloner 2o.55, Grcgoryl^ filbert, drag. "" John Karsten, weed commls- Albert vKressIn, drag. sloner 35.00' Albert Wlttkopf, drag. •Clerk of 'District Court, exp... 7.77;Jx)ren Byers, drag. , - — -- - S.OO 1C. B. Keslcr, drag. .60 C. c- Anderson, drag.V .60 Q. D. Gordon, Imbor I Ben Glsch, labor 6.00 W. B. Mitchell, labor 1.66 Andrew Anderson, labor " I Qustave Kraft, labor 85.67 Everett Caster, labor „.„ = , .. —. ,-- |Wm. Busch, labor ...I ceed, etc. 7o.31'Chris F. Nielsen, labor Sporbeck 'Printing 1 Co., notice. 3.00 Lawrence J. Gink, labor Burt Monitor, notice 3.00 C. 'H. Cooper, labor _ Whlttemore Champion, sup. 11.99 Martin Brandt, labor Lee O. Wolfe, sup. 21.75 Robert Kruse, labor Lu Verne Mows, sup. 1.1.41 Leonard P. Larson, labor 1.60 J. E. 'Failk, labor .92 H. A. iBruns, labor" " 3.92 Carl IH. Callles, labor"" I'Chas. 'Emanuel, labor " i-i ,T < T r •• Mll'bert 'Severlens, labor o'li! i '•• n »nnrT"rnni""»V ™ 18.00'B. J. Palmer, labor <?m'n su " ' rtnt M o. K«»« nn T A ..»..»« -r»~. -—-^----». to.uu 'i Shumway (& Kelly, fees T. P. Harrington Bst,, fees ... Van Ness & Stlllman, fees John N .Kenefick, med. care prisoners * Nelson Hardware, sup. .. Advance 'Pub Co., pub. proceed. etc. Bancroft 'Register, pub, pro- J. L. Molloy, repairs Kohlhnas & Spllles, sup. Pratt Electric Co.. sup. Dr. 3- FUNID 'Oeorge 'Looft, labor ________ iRay A. Marquis, labor _____ Elmore Cement '& Tile Co., sup. (Dr. 4- 'C.r sup. 26.T2 Thompson Yards" 13.01 'Mrs. 2-1.02 ' Chns." Ncli. nulds, Dr. .1- 'F. I. Chapman, sup.'' — T? M ; T S' llrlfl Ncl ' 'Bud Hanson, repairs 3.00 A. B. Tweeten, sup. " j ,\f. V 01 " 1 Mould; (E. G. Stenstrom, repairs 4.00, Farmers .Elevator Co.","sup SI v K mmn Dr. 7— Beed Hardware, sup. ' "7'So Uv i' l °" ct Dick Baade, repairs 29.CO W. .F. Callles Estate. suV "c"A,.! ,' ''• x 'nrl ^'^"'Noi^^r;;; Dr. 20- Baade, repairs ..... ___ 3.30 Dr. 29- Elmore Cement & Tlle Co., sup. 1.10 Dr. 81- lElmore Cement & Tlle Co., sup. C.70 Dr. 40- 'Frost * Son, hauling tlle John Wilson, labor 12.951 Dr. GO— E. J. Palmer, labor 7.50 Elmore Cement & Tlle Co., sup. 1.20 Dr. 80- IE. IG>. Stenstrom, labor 20.00 'Bud Hanson, labor 15.00 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. !J.01 Dr. 82— Henry Christiansen, labor 7.60 H. Pomeroy, labor 13.20 Ed IMeyer, labor 12.90 Thco Dorenbush, labor 29.20 •F. Callles Estate, sup"! Farmers Co-Operative So" sup. _ Elmore Cement &"'riie~Co7~sup~ Clapp's Master Service, sup. J. L. Molloy, sup. ^oe Greenberg, sup! Nelson Hardware, sup? | Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup. S.OO Deldutch Super Service, sun " «= ' •"', IB. Williams, gravel ' '"" 6.0'lj .lorw-rf l.SO Mrs 41.33 ' (l,. r 3.00 Mrs. son •*« , 'Elmore Cement & Tile sup. ________________ _ Dr. 83- Earl 'Laurltson, labor ______ John iLeininser, labor Dr. 84- 'Farmers Co-operative Society, sup. _____________________ 'Ralph Janssen, labor Dick Baade, labor Elmore Cement & Tlle"""Co." sup. 43.19 _____ Dr. 9G- 'Dick Baade, labor __ Dr. 105— Chas. Emanuel, labor 12.90 15.05 .28 7.20 G.OO 18.10 8.00 |W. B. Williams, gravel ..-».- ing ion *^ Lena IGiiitknecht,"gfaver"r"lg"h"t" of-way i.- QD City of Lone Rock, "water'serV !; .10 Central States Elec. Co., light serv. , 0(J A. V. Hertfg"~sTgn"" }'~ Advance Pub. Co.. pub. notice" uo Kennedy & 'Parsons Co., sup. i ?,•> Cords Piston Ring Co., sup. _"" s'c7 J. D. Adams, Co., sup. IS! in Wllensky Auto Parts Co" sup" iss'w Sleg-Fort Dodge Co., sup. ^'5.1 p' rn '_V vl ii -7 " fi Central Battery & Electric Co."! H R s " C —--•-" I! 81I P- --.—«.. «»•» TO 'P it' ( !ll; ri . 8( ' n & Co.. HMD " n - v -Johnson "" ^•"•ensw;-; Motor Express" Butterworth express s ,, s J. A. Roberts, sup. vii'K 'Phillips Petroleum Co~~su"i""~ Vss T. cc. Dahl. sup. ~ ^.J^ Royal "400" Oil Co., sup.""" 2S02.'io coutRrr POND C. H. Blossom, mayor a os W. H. Steward, marshal s'ob CONSTRUCTION FIUNT> - , Standard Oil Co., sup. IRS ?•) I Peerless Oil 'Co., sup. 351 45 ^awrence Cink, labor :::~: i \& , g fS^sftab'Sf l^Ei "'*"' ™ 1-ienry Christiansen, labor 29.20 Oscar Earing 3 ' lalxu- ' and — E i m ,? re Cemcnt & Tlle Co -.. . „ I Paul Construction Co.," Sec7~Rd~ . Hiiii. fi ,fi i iNo "9** " Paul Consfruotion~Car'Sec!"Rd~ No. 267 Paul Construction CoT,"S~ccT"Rd~ No. 259 Paul Construction cb7,~l3ec"~Rd" Ar M. M. Urothorst Mrs. J. ( -, oon Mrs. P. Klo ]n Clara Xoitzel C'hrls N(.i, on •Mrs. V. IHutlofl 'Friink Splker Tile Co., Soc., Dr. 166- llmore Cement •& sup. H-K No. 3-40- "' Farmers Co-operative sup. iV-K No. K-S9- Dick iBaade, labor MAIINTENIANIOB FUNO Chris F. INellsen, la'bor ''nterstate 'Power Co., "light 6.00 .90 S.OO 10.50 N PROCEEDINGS FOR A COMPO- "service * V °" " ght ,» SITION OF EXTENSION j la. Machine"ry"&"Sup:"Co:,""sup" 7014 Votice of First Meeting of Creditors ! |g$ ^ on C c°o', SaU u P p. is??'™ in rroeei'dings in Bankruptcy-otto Taylor, labor .__ 5.50 Under Section 75. 'Fred Coon, labor _I"Z"III" 12.00 113.01 G n n. ,, llirKi prov _ •i. J. Jones F.. F. .Tonoa Frank Stoner Ail),'. Rnseiiiiii Bob Bowman I'i'wI.s Olson Chris Nelson """" J. J. Xi'cllnff I In the District Court of the Uni- ed States for the Northern District f Iowa. Central Division, n the matter of Nicholas Weydert, Debtor. 'o the Creditors of Nicholas Weydert of Bode P. O., in the county Harvey Knutson, 'Wm. F. Gronbach, labor""" 12.00 John Kohlwes, drag. 9.00 Allan Carr, labor .10.00 Northwestern Cell Tel. Co.,"tel7 service 15.71 H. 'R. Hays, labor 12.50 Jay .Godden, patrol .1 73.35 " "" 63.30 Will Leeper, patrol J. F. Qulnn. patrol __ Paul Constructlon"CoT,"^ec7~Ra'" No. 2S7 W. _B. Williams, ~Sec.~lRd7~5fo. W. B.""wiTfiams,""Sec".""Rd.""5,"o7 W. B".""\v"iTliams,""Se"c".""Rei.""N"o~ 27G 33 r,<> W. B. Williams, Sec.""Rdr"x"o7 -93 — __„ „_. ^ 4B - Williams, Sec.~Kd.~~5fo"! Paul Consfruction"co7,"Seo7"Rd~ No. 269 Paul Constru"c~tlon~Co7f S~ec"~Rd~ : No. 271 Paul Construction £o7,~l3ec7~Rd7 No. 275 17CSG Paul Constructlon"Co.,~Sec7"Rd7 No. 270 ._. 96.66 C-1.73 59.98 23-1.33 7J.CO 74.CO 199,56 John Grist ' A. M. Colllnson '"•<• "ire, prov. Mw-jota"! lKona Icc""Croam~a"," Chrla Nelson " L. .1. Brown, sup. H Mrs. F. Klein "'' •l.owls Olson Mrs. RutledBc , •F. M. IliTothnrst <S 'F. M. Stoner W. T. Pllcher, sup?"MS"( Johnson SUPBRVI80R DIST. J W. F. iHamstreet, med. \ Mrs. Em|l Bellinger .... Kennedy Bros Ton Veydert praying that he be afford- Leo Defperdang d an opportunity to effect a com- osition or an extension of time to Section 75 of i n /-i i » , ~ ~*• •"• — ~ ----- A^(U, ±ii\l Qfi r>i "-Jitiji JJWIMH6CI of Kossuth and District afore- £,,£• g»[»^; "Jtro} p.50 P , con8tSr B -ti55-cS:r¥ea-Rd: A^Borchurdt, S up. Mr,.ll ^Notice ^^^^^ a ' tn ^!lS^ii«?o" : ^i^ I! F ^.^ S ^^E^~^ ^'p^'^-^™- Hutchlnson Kossuth Hospital, hosp. i Urban Neuroth Mrs. Howard McCrady. ! Howard McCrady Jr. . ' w o • ' £' mer Ewins, labor _____ !!!!! 91.35 _______ Construction Co.. " D ;' r ., 0 ,, "-'- 1S2.G1 12.00 WolfFrtv v K' *" ™ - Wednesday. Doan 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- h. tne A .. Act, was approved noodmnn Mundsness, patrol '™ ""'""' ""'""' by this Court as properly filed under said Section; and that the first meeting of his Creditors will be held at the office of the Conciliation Commissioner in Algona, Ed Baker, patrol „..,„ Clyde Sanders, patrol 63.75 2.00 Albert G. Young, Tabor Oliver Younff, labor cers were elected: 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 Hof 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 J served a dainty lunch at the close granddaughter, Lois Marilyn, at of the program. Fifteen members Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Goetz's, born a were present. week ago Friday. Rose Ann and Venita Venteicher are attending parochial school at St. Benedict and stay with their Good Will Club Meets— The Good Will club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Arthur Krause. aunt, Mrs. George Arndorfer. j 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 late, so the regular program was dispensed with and the afternoon, was spent visiting. Lunch was home from the Kossuth hospital ?e rved by the hostesses, Mrs. and is improving daily. The Ross Buffingtons, the Dale Struthers family. Ted Hoover, Rob- Krause and Emma Krause. The next hostesses are to be Mrs. Rob- ert Hoover, Melvin Olson, and'How- tau> ert Hardcopf and Mrs. H. D. Ris- ard 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. leased from the General hospital Thursday. She recently underwent an operation for appendicitis and for a small tumor. Annabelle Bordwell, Livermore, is doing the housework till Mrs. Johnson has her strength back. The Good Will club met Friday at Mrs. Emma Krause's, with Mrs. Arthur assisting. Six visitors and seven members were present, and learn that Wm. Petticord, of Rod- the afternoon was spent socially. man, former Irvington farmer, died next meeting will be at Mrs. 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 some time ago of cancer of the sto- Robert Hardcopfs, with Mrs. Henry | daughter. Mrs. Maurice Eddy They niach. Ristau assisting. ! returned Mondav. Tnn» PHano^o^ IRVINOTON NFWS The George Hahles, of Hobarton, assisting Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi and children were Sunday guests at the Schichtl home. Mr. and Mrs. John Egel, son were Sunday guests at Henry Clarence and Wra. Plett, of Daven- Hahle's. The Stephen Loss family snent Sunday at Nick Decker's. Mrs. Charles Hintz and Mrs. Elmer port, arrived at Charles Egel's Wednesday for several days. They were enroute home after visiting rela- Kmery attended a wedding in Fortltives in Nebraska and Dodge Wednesday. The Frank Lake. at Storm Ditsworths, the Wilford Colemans and James Ditsworth were Sunday guests at John Ditsworth's. Mrs. Wilford Johnson was Mr. and Mrs. John Kwloski. of Greenleaf, Kans., arrived at Harry Winkle's last Wednesday to spend re- a few days. They also visited at H. 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 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 ihursday afternoon at Mrs Wm Miller's with 20 members and guests present. The afternoon was spent socially after a short business meeting. A covered dish luncheon was served. The October wlth Mrs - Students Return to College services. A cover- Wesley Baddeley has soue to ed dish luncheon will be served. ISioux City to begto another year's Iowa, on the 9th day of October 'F n •if.nl j. , **w^ v*fc t_rt*I.UUGl , r. u. j. , moment, Itluur 7a ~'U l l Jd4, at two O clock p. m. Of said , c - A - Lamoreux, labor 9'75 day, at which time the said credi- T V !!' bu £ A ' FUher ' M'or'IIII" 7o!oo 79.20 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 1 District. s. D. Clem Goodman, labor 7050 Fay Minard, labor __ 67^50 Hugo Gade, labor _ 81 00 Joe M, Esser, labor si 00 Tom AVeir, labor I Fuchsen, labor I"! 7S.OO , j. u °yd H. Zentner, Tabor !;-lX Blbert Garage ,sup. .. F. Kngesser, "appralsTng ,•£{!_ gravel pit Wilson Concrete Co!! sup! "" A. y, J\.mus6, .groc* In (?xclittnKc for labor 32.50 Cut Rate Grocery, groc.~7n~ex- change for labor 49.39 •Kunz. groc., in exchange for labor 15.00 'R. A. Clark, groc. in ex'ch'angS for labor 12.50 Malands Store", "groc. fn exchange for labor S.75 7.50 12.50 hosp. care Frank H. W. Koua, rent James Walt-l ;Leo Hauls, rent Geo. Hanls.,1 Board Proceedings August 20, 1934. Auditor's Office, August 20, 1934 Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with the following members present: Chas. Morris, W. E 2En?.°'£ T U S.V V - >S ' c °*srove. Ab^ sent. F. J. Bulueman und P. J. Hel- iCCfli Motion fcy COSROVO and seconded bv MdDonald that 'Harry C. Goddard be Biven S500.00 soKXer's exemption for year m on ILot (S) except west 10 ft * (Sear ' e add " Bancrof Aye Bancroft. Motion by McDonald and seconded by 'Cost-rove that Albln Ciedrlch bwea Twp.. be given a refund of ROO ' change for labor Kennedy Bros., groc. "Tii"ex- for labor Mary Fnsbender Store, sir, ... Mrs. Mary Simons !.«| Geo. Stell _ i' W. V. Callles Kst., sup. ... Chas. Wnndllng ' M. Abbas 8 _ Kennedy 'Bros. Co., prov. L| Conway • •Paul Grames, nrov. Mrs. Ml mer Wrefle & Krause, prov. Wm. F. 'Gronbaeh, labor (Wnohr" E. U Hubcr, labor _ 61's8 M. L. Worby, labor 74^0 Hoods Cash Store, prov. •Dosa Mnl i ----- ln ex ~ Olifford 'Holmes, labor 810 Lyell Miller, labor 79 S4 Peter Movick, labor si'flO Albert E. Gould, drag. 8'"5 Louis Scott, drag. e'oO •Charles Ulfers, drag! s'50 A. 'G. Volentine, draff? ' Albert 'Looft, drag. READING FUN IN STORE FOR BOYS Here's important news for the «»« becallse of 'being erroneously assessed as recommended by township clerk. Ayes: All Cos srove and seconded W . Hams be approved. Ayes: All. Motion .by MoDona'ld and secondptl f l' ianclal ^ statement . of ° S ° 0 ca filed and approved. Ayes: All and by , , -" - -...*« *J*-\-Ui*t.»l7U UVf Paul V 0n ,AZ 0 F™£ y * fOb »"^,of 'be approved. Ayes: All * On motion 'Board adjourned to nine o Clock a. m. Septemebr 4, 1934 E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. September 4, 1934. ' 1>roceedea t° audit to one .. One o'clock p. jected. Ayes: All. bids be re- Construction Secondary approved. veen •beginning . . , «ary K. Sands, fee 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 to readers " states Griffith Ogden Ellis, editor. Recently we have effected savings that make the cut possible, and think boys will agree that the 8 news on the we new ,nnf , nont. 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 departments. The favorite characters of millions of boys will parade through THE AMERICAN BOY in f)?V t0r ! es ' Douglas Renfrew of the Royal Canadian Mounted, Hide- head £ 6 re £ and -W>ld collie Bone- imVJfJ 18 ™/' the det <*tive, win give the reader many excitin-' hours in the months to come ° the hearty approval t25 6.25 10.00 7.00 6.00 2.60 Co., for labor W. A. White Groc., groc" Tn exchange for labor _ 10.00 Chas. Johnson, groc. "Tn exchange for labor Tice iBrack, groc. In Vxchianie for labor 'Backet Grocery7~groc. in"ex~ change for labor Moe i& SJogren, grocT'lii ex" change for labor E. L. Hansen, groc. fn exchange for labor C. J, Applequlst, groo.7"Tn"ex- change for labor 15.00 'Hub Clothiers. clothingTn'ex- change for labor 2 11 Ca'Mles Estate, provrsToni""ln exchange, for labor 5.00 Graham Co., sup. in exchange for labor 4.00 R. A. 'Bravender, ¥up~!"n exchange for labor 5.00 A L. Hist, rent In excliange" for labor 7.60 - POOR FUND""""" 'SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 1 Dr. C. 'H. Creumayer, med. care Joe Platt 43.50 J. N, Kenefick, med. care Geo. Becker children _ 30.60 Jlo paid by Mr. Becker? ICossuth Hospital, hosp. care Joe Platt ... 14.50 Ernest j. Gailes, "r"e"nt""Nick Mrs. AUKiista Beitz, care WI-I rel Gelat --•/"SSl Dr. M. G. Bourne, meo. ca»| Alfred Woltcr J, G. Clapsaddle, raed, ca'< Householder boy h~* Bert Gmlden JJJI Hiram Ward iul Julius -Brigga —- Jal Ed Sanderson Slrl —- .**• SUPHRI\11SOR DIST ' John N. Kenefick mrf. c«| Ben Lentsch baby ..... Thomas Moslaskl, reni Haubecker Art Uster, rent |jjl j F. Faulkner %J Frank Miller ......—. 5.! Mrs. Ben Rushton, rent *• ^ I Patterson ... --:;;:"fireilr\ Ben Farrow, rent Mrs. JW» | son -••• Thavca Sisters, prov Algonquin ~Fox"Farn"rent~A"l- bert Olson _ 700 Anna S. Cook,"rerrt"joe"Platt" lO.'oo Moe & Sjogren. prov. John Fox 5.71 Anna 'Sankey, prov. Martin Jordan jo.OO B - K ; Klnseth & "Son,""provT Moslman family 27.44 Clark s Grocery, prov Joe Platt 12.60 'Benedict's Store, prov. 'Frank Stewart 1 78 . . •Pred Schneider 4.18 W. T. Pi'lcher, prov. ~ ........ 9.80 Henry Cook ........ ~"J~3?12 2.65 33.85 B.G8 SWPBRVisbR'DIST P No! 2 A. H. Borchardt, sup. Jim Godden " 682 R. J. Dutton 510 Aug. Rosenau __ " 12.24 •Lawrence Laurltson ~~~ 7.65 XT ""-~ 1 boys 2.0t and athletes and H , ., cdmd. »20 not allowed *v, Vi Janse, rae a. care "Fred Baumgartner, clmd $14.50. not allowed r^ Ja , nse ' med - care Archie Dodds fam., clma. Ill.OO.not allowed Mrs. j. j Neellng-s, care Mrs, Aug. Ro-senau, otao). $31.60 .n Mrs. Riutledge 8 00 'Harvey iGrahara ,""""' 6.00 r- T? ' £**!* Srethorst ___ 6.00 w;L C 'i? ti 5 meyer ' me<J - care.. 49.50 Robt. Dutton gl» John Schmidt 300 •Mrs. EUsabetlf Keephir 1JOO Myrtle St. John ___ . 3,00 " . Aug. Rosenau John J. Walter 84.60 1500 mem ._,;__ g.so $3.00 Mrs. Jorgenson .... Frank Miller — l( s| j.t| Rlppentrop . F. Berggren, Martin Becker ..---- V |r-1 Mrs. Julius Shumski, | glnla Stc-fanski —-;;„ , M. Stoner ---- "^''vM OBNBB AL1W .,. Shott, labor -.--—I Graham Ida m P v. Janse, men. Thos. Akre, V -- " L. Molloy. rW"",^ ,-jl «•„;•«" r>'.'.fi] issue per l o'n motion Die."

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