Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1938 · Page 7
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L, TtTNte 23. 1938,, ISINESS IECTORY H. W. Millet F A lgona, Iowa. 460-W. Algona, lows KITED I E. & 8. B. McMahot 261. Bid, Algona, Iowa LOWB lttorneys-at-Law f). W. 8T1U,JL\> Lawyers . new Helse Block. Algona, lown Imway E. D. Kelly & KELLY lAttorneys-at-Law . James Drug Store. Algona, Iow» , A. fflNKEL Attorney. j Attorney-at-Law |r James Drug Store. Phone 180 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Madden Reunion at Hawcott's, Burt GATHERING IS FOR 3RD YEAR & 123 ATTEND proved. .Sunday. Ciifc (Jots Imitation Jlrick— The Stow Cafe is bolng improv- j cd by having its front covered with! imitation -brick asbestos shingles, j Four Corners KLAMP ATTENDS R-T CARRIERS' FROLIUTOJ, Gets a Kidding From W. J. Payne, Who is His Roommate. li.v rims II. Klump. W. ,1. Payne and this writer drove to DOH MoincH for tlio UoKis- ter & 'Iribunc curriers' convention last week Monday, W. .1. drivine • -- - >•• ••. »«•-• -,,- n , his car. We went bv way of Fort lhc flrsl time tllu f -'»'i''o Rroup o[ XV ?' Inco1 ? "bsence. ' tben oiKhl l)rotllcl 's "ml sisters had been' V^V,,' 1 ^ , „ ' i wiiii n , i together for many years 'Phcv arc ' n ' Bcrl - na Stevenson, William Drayton lawn. John Madden, Spokane AVash'• Joe : Mill ' sIl ""t°Avn, spent from Friday L. J. Lowman was called Madden, Haifa; Mrs 'it F il'iw- to Sunday at the Mrs. Gertie and Colfax, 111., a few days ago '•oil, Hurt; George'<ind M-irccilus Ifl A ' Tllom P so 'i home. Carita Giv- word of the death of a relti PAGE SEVEN Ho intends to come back in two weoka. Delia Mae William has been bedfast ten days with appendicitis. It was deemed unadvlsable to op- OWNJSR DECRYPTION REASSESSMENT See. Twp. Rng. TOTAL .. A . „ i Sixty-two persons attended the Other Burt News. |last club meotlns of the season at Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Wallace Mrs. Edward Rich's last Aveck nnd sons Jack and Jtalph, Mason Thursday. The opening SOUK was : Howard William's Saturday. | City, spent Sunday at the home of When You nnd I Were Young,! A miscellaneous shower was Buil,. June 21—Mnddcn families ' Mrs ' Wallaces' sister, Mrs. G. P. Maggie, and roll call was answer- given Friday at Mrs. Leslie Wal- numborlng 123, met for their third' IIllwcott - H >s mother, Mrs. Bcr- j ed with vacation hints. Poems kor's for Norrmi Hanoy. The hos- iinmiiil reunion at the U F I-J-iw-l' 1 ' 1 ' 1 W!l " iice i accompanied them Averc read by Jessie Elmore and toss committee include.! Pearl a;id colt home Sunday. The •ci'ght" 10 " 10 for ;l woek ' s visit with lllom clnrice H «>''an. A white purse was Loona Walker, Ruin Robinson, Madden brothers niid sisters with antl llur fi " ns Glenn aml Vernon. (presented to the retiring presi- Mrs. Robert Walker, their children and grandchildren ' Hertlla U»»l«ls Is staying with dent, Mrs. Alta Lowman. A night Ralph Walker, nuidn ii]) most of the crowd'. It was ' Mrs ' IJolla Carroll during Mrs. | meeting at which the men ftnd: The Arch Walkers, i Pit...i i r. At-. . • ' \V*fl 11 fl fn'c ci liu Aimn Louis .Schneider w'f' SW y. NEi2 l.ouls Schneider " NEU NWU Louis Schneider _ _ NiVVi/, NAVV l.ouls Schneider KKu NAVV . . O. J. Stnithors "I TCWI/ SEV | erate, because she had a bad cold I O. J. strnthers "" J NEU s>Ev • and her lungs are '.vnai ( ' ! - •'• Strnthc-rs ~~ SWi^ sEiJ j The Harry Withams, Mtnneapo- KerolnanTSta-K ^ ™V • Us, were guests at Everett and Ell AV. Anliker -..IIIIIIIIII^II"""™^. NEi| Dodge, over a new viaduct, via Boone and Madrid, on a ed road. Traffic is not hea that road, and one enters Molncs on Sixth avenue. Mr. Payne and yours truly also M;l(1(len and v in ,-J " and Mrs. the Cecil the children will be guests I.H to bo' Bjustroms, the OririUe lioldrens, Girtons, Sioux Falls,' held this week Thursday on the the Lewis Brocsder.i, Mrs. Edith | Rich, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Halo ker were Sunday visitors at Edby ward Rich's. Ice cream and fresh elalive.' strawberries were served. l-;il AV. Anllker . "~ 'SICi/f ICIi AV. Anllker ~NWil Kll W. Anllkcr _~_~_"" .SWy Krlertii Block nl nl _ "iNVVw Frlccln Block ot al _ NFCi/? Oanli'l .1. HaheKnr _V_"_V_~_V_V_ ~t3KU Ij.'iniel J. Ilabcgiir ~_ "\°Wi/! Daniel ,7. HabeKrtr III '_'"_ SEit Daniel J. Habeifer " SWy N"|H J. Olson IIIIIll.III~I.'XKf / i v ""lH .T. Olson SIKV. , NK1/,. NHij KKU roomed together at the Savcry hn- , |.l" d - .»!!,»»; = J «»l°« . • ">", nil Sum- • nor; and Edw. Madden, Amiret, Minn. The oldest of the tel, and Monday morning W. J. told some of the other men that., —- ., we had snored so loud that it kept., . Matld e» ' K "early oighly. him awake. (iMr. Payne, you remember is totally deaf!) Then, on Tuesday morning, he claimed that Cli your farm edilor had come in so for a two Aveeks Ruth Thompson Avent home with the Girtons for a visit. ! group M .vrtle Schwietert, who is em-1 v All l'' ovet ' m ^ cs Moines, came home the husbands and wives were also Satui ' (lav ror hel ' summer vacation. \ prcKent. Many nephews and nice- bumlliy slle antl hcr sistor Hclen various Iowa nnd Minne- ,. • , , „ points were present and "„« ohs lo s r> e » a a few davs «<• a la ke late the night before and niece and her husband, Mr. and near there. taken shoes off before entering the M . rs - Fr 'cs, were from New York room, so as not lo wake him with the noisa! Well, we'll get back at that guy sometime, and he'd better look out from now on. Hide in It. & T. Plane. City and came by aeroplane Minneapolis. A fine picnic dinner was served at noon. Mrs. John Madden and Mrs. Fries gave talks, and a busi- mceting Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. Boufford and son Dick, Hamilton, Ohio, called til the Maude Hanna home Sunday morning. They were on their way AM) HKAltlMJ TIIKUKOX IN THK MAT- TKK OF IllLMISOI/DT-KOSSIJTII JOINT JMlAUfAGE DISTIUCT 1VO. 2 To the owners nl' the lands situated within thn boundaries of IlumJjoldt- U'osstith Joint Drainage .District No. -2 In Kossiith County, lown. as se.t out anil mimed below mid to all pcrKuns in actual oecmnincy of the, tracts of land described below nnd to nil Hen holders and em'iimbrancers having any lien or em.'iinvbmnce us shown by the records of Kos.suth County, Iowa, in any of the land set forth below. And to the City Council of the Town of AVest Bond, Iowa, and to the Trustees of Ciiirfield Township In nnd for said county and to all rnllmud | companies who own land in snlrt Kos-sulh-Humboldt Joint Drainage District i No. a: You and each of yon are hereby notified that the Hoards of Supervisors hnmp frnm T nc Ani^oloo r'nllf I ''' c ls "" KKll th and Hnmboldt Counties, Iowa, for the purpose of providing funds Home Horn Los Angeles, Calif, for the payment of repairs to said drainage improvement in ' M r» Pr I • • > 5 ' bDUUol ' (1 's a niece Ot Hanna. Mrs. On Monday morning, for the b.g president; Mrs. Bertha Nei'dorf of M '' ,° r<1 , 0 show, first thing, the men thai had , Waterloo vice president- •md \i-ir ' we " L to Cnorokee Sunday to made their quotas in subscription ; tin Jensen, Aliron'a socr'et'arv \'nd ' vi! ! lt Mrs- Cook ' s fat "er, Fred Al- Avork had a ride in Ihe ''Good' treasurer ' ' I bright, who has been in very poor News." This was a tine ride. Wei iV was Voted to hold the reunion ! hcalth for s° me tim e. flew over Des Moines, which gave | i u? r c again next yea'' Ieumon ! . Laurence Stainbrook, who us a great sight. Then everybody j - —^—— ' adjourned to Riverview park. The Dale Kennedy on Tim day was in part spoiled somewhat j Dale Kennedy, son of Mr. trlct Hunrboldt-Kossuih Joint No. 2 as aforesaid, hu.ve levied and assessed all of the lands within said district pro-rated and on the basis of the orlg- Kcnncth C'ook nnrl hi« nni-nntu I '""' at'sessinents, levied for the main or open ditch in h id district and ivcnnetn LOOK ana ins patents, ,,.,, ;lKP ,, s . sm ,, m ..gainst the pai-cels of lan.l within Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Cook, of AVest 1 the ' ' ' doing Farm Bureau work around ; Denison, spent the week-end here ! d with his wife and daughter at the i HIRAM B, F Attorney-at-Law > over Iowa State Bank Algona, P. A. DANSON i Attorney-at-Law i over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J; Res. 315 CHISON (deceased) C. JIDTCHISON EODOKE C,, HUTCmSOU j Attorueyo-at-Law urlty State Bank Bldg. BS1 Algona, Icu-t [lUIUCE C. McJIAIIOH Attorney-at-Law Mtlce in Heise Bldg. |325 Algona, Iow» DOCTORS^ N. KENEFICK 'hyslclan and Surgeon i over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 , CBETZMEYEB, M. D. lurgeon and Physician John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 low* ElVIN G. BOURNE 'slclan and Surgeon Office, 197; residence, 194 , - * • - - •-"> "-• i^^imcu j, nun ui iui . u 11 u i. _,.,, P -i , . ,, , ,, by a little rain, but everyone was j Mrs. W. T. Kennedy, who is em- . ° s P arenls > Mr - ttlld Mrs. happy anyhow. j p i oyo(i in n Mason city bank> , s Next AVC till went back lo lown ' now spending his vacalion Avith for the big parade, which was the friends in the east. Washington first this writer had seen. In front D. C., and Baltimore, Md., are Stainbrook. Edwin Manus, who plays with an respective owners thereof Is set out In the following MXIIIWT "A" O \V N En D K <' III PTI OX John E. LmlwlK NWi^ .S\Vi,i .foliii E. I.udwlK _ WWv SWu John E. LutlwiK "XEi,' t .S\\'(i John E. .LurtwiK ^ K ii SWi/j. L.oiils KriiB. et al _ _ NWy t SE14 l.ouis Krug. et al _ SUM/ SEy, ,1'aul 1* lianwnrt 'NEy, SIQiJ I'aul P. Bnnwart Sl''i SI01A l-r. J. Fuchsen NAVi^ NiWi,-;. II. J. Fuchsen _ NEV4 NIU'V,. of the R. & T. building were reserved seats, and the very first i among the places he will visit. person seated was Mrs. Gardner | Mrs. Howie Has Operation— CoAvles, who was _shortly followed I Snpt. Conclit Bowie returned Sat- by Mr. long till whereupon lasted It Avas many j Collegian Home from Coast— I The C'. AV. Pattersons drove to at the home of his parents, I Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus Friday. They were on their way to Minnesota. The Lutheran Aid society meets _ _ _ II. J. Fuchsen Nwi/j .Talte Bauman _ _ ISWi/j, August Fisher _ ~~~~ "_ N'F;y t NEW August Fisher _ -SEW NJOu Barney Elaeifbast NIU'J^ SiWi/ t P,nrn<\v I'jlseivbast 'NICi/^ S\Vu they had! Everyone to the Circus. In the afternoon all went to a ' Ame ?, Sunday lo meet circus, and Ihe performance was j J; ei> Genevieve, who had returned went to Elk Mound,. Wis., Saturday , n. B. Girton "_NI\V% NW% to visit at the Ellis Jain home. Mr. | S' 2' ,?| irtton — 'Iw 1 ' 4 Sw* 4 Jain is Mrs. Trunkhiii's nephew. Martin BonnsfeTter"ji-r":;;:;;;:::::;;rNiAv(i sw% Dean Clapsaddle left Monday Martin Bonnstetter Jr. ~~~~~~~~~~.~_~_V!<Ku swil DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist I in New Ceil Theatre Bldg. Business, 166; Res., 7»i Algona, Iowa i D. WALIIATII, D. D. 8. Jlcneral Dentistry "" Algona, lown [UJIL ]{. HOFFMAN Dentist (Ice in New Helse Bldg. ies: Office 44, res. ^6. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ditimer for Fort ursuay lor rori isenton, avioni., t T, , ,. , -, , L ,, visit Mrs. Dittmer's brother, and \ ** h'ng spent Sunday i from there they were to go on to J r ° ylor home at Elmore - Mln »Washington state. Now Scarlet Fever Case— | agt wee j £ even boiler than expected. The big' n ,' om , T ;°s Angeles, Calif., where elephant was there, with his mate, j she nad been atlendmg college. This big fellow, they claim, is thei...., „,. rn only elephant in the world which I W'ttmer« Ott on Trip- can turn around on an eight inchj plank. We saw him do it on a! plank five feet off the ground, Avith the ends on barrels. In the evening everybody went to the depot to see the boys and girls off for home on special trains, of Avhlch there were'eight. The youngsters certainly had lots of fun, and as we watched them all day we wished to turn time back and be a boy again "just for Ihe day," paraphrasing the poet. Talk by Oldtime Algonlan. On Tuesday morning there was a business meeting of the subscription men at Avhich W. A. Cordingley, whom Algonians called just plain "Bill" so many years ago, now "the big chief," as he is called 'in R. & T. subscription cri- cles, spoke to the group. "Bill" knows his job and is always most interesting. There is not another neAvspaper in the Avorld that gives the service that R. & T. does, he uncle, Dr. C. die, for the latter's home at GenevieA'e, Mo., where Dean Avill spend a couple of weeks. , . I Mrs. August Bahling and daugh- "-""'"•• Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Ben j John Emmert visited Sunday at the J. D. Graham home. Lois and „ .,_ Glenn Graham accompanied him iborls," mile" daughter' of Mr. and ! home for a few days visit. Mrs. Glenn Anderson, was quar-! The Ja me s Olloms spent anthied for scarlet fever the end of 'week Tuesday and Wednesday at Stomach Patient Improved— the home of their daughter, Mrs. Max Smith at Eldora. Virginia Thaves and David Rod- Esther Hodgson, who has been li, Albert Lea, Minn., spent Sunday seriously ill with some stomach | with Virginia's parents, Mr. and trouble, is now somewhat said. At the meeting also was Rube" DB, C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa 'TO James Drug Store. IMS: Bus. 133, res. 174. I. Vf. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians ; State Street, Algona : OHice, 475-W; Res., 475-B INSURANCE ~ 8DTH COUNTY HD1VAL 8DBANCE ASSOCIATION WOO worth of insurance In A home company. Safe, s.e- D- D. Pazson, Secretao AND INSURANCE HCBTAGH & , B - Beal Estate Jnsnrance and Bonds ' State Bank Bldg. Phone 105 Money's Worth in RKAL ESTATE M. HEBBST «« la. State Bk. Phone 03 Al eona, Iowa ' See I Tniu l/uwn Dwelling, Household [T,»l Automobile Insurance. 'neglect your policy-for of- 88 occurs when insurance S«OE SHOP Shlned and iast week Thursday. He has a fine stand, as good as any we have seen. He was about through cultivating the second time, and as soon as this was done he was going to mow his alfalfa. im- Mrs. J. G. Thaves. Mrs. Irene Gilmore, of Algona, * * * Earl Richardson, northwest of 8CTH COUNTY .^^r^JSlf^ at 31, 19Q8, Claes of March 2. J879. Goldberg, a new cartoonist in the Sunday "funnies" who draws what Is called "The Sideshow." We'll say that if his cartoons are as funny as he was himself in his talk they will surely be "good!" * * * * Last Aveek Wednesday Ave Avere at H. L. Stenzel's, 3% miles southeast of Lakota, and found Mrs. Stenzel preparing to go to an Aid meeting, but though in a hurry she. took time out to say that she and her husband always enjoy our farm news. Mr. Stenzel Avas getting ready to go to the field. As a rule he is earlier at work than he was that day, but rain had delayed him. We noticed that his corn is free of weeds. "Rube" is a good farmer, none better. The Stenzels have a boy, Alfred, 9, and Helen Marie, 5. Alfred told us that he milks two cows regularly. There are 11 cows in milk at present. Mr. Stenzel has 22 head of young stock, high grade shorthorns. Helen showed us her blackboard, and she can already write the alphabet. She will start to school in the fall. Ik * f * Albert Wertjes, southeast of Lakota, had just come home from Lakota when we arrived last Aveek Wednesday, and he had brought some ice. There are three boys in this home, and, strangely enough, they like ice cream! They all help their mother, and Mrs. Wertjes remarked that they have plenty of work to do just now. A new barn has been built on the place, and there Is the usual lot of cleaning up to do. * * * * Albert W. Brand, one of the stockbuyers at Ledyard, not only buys stock, for when we, saw him last week Thursday he Avas laying a basement wall of rock fpr a new house Avhich he is building, and it looked like he knew the job. * * * * Ray Gordon, north of tedyard, was cultivating corn last week Thursday. He has a «ne field, though some of the ground has been too wet. Ray also has a field of beets, and he had six Mexicans blocking them. For still another enterprise he has 15 acres in sweet corn, and it will be canned at Blue Earth when ripe. 'At James T. Qovei'n's, • north of Ledyard, we talked with .Mrs. Gov- ern'fl mother, Mrs. Edw. Abbas, of Tltonka, last week Thursday. The women Avere at work on the lawn, getting ready for Father's day Sunday, when they expected t relatives and friends for a Dig picnic dinner, ^ iFrank Boevers, on the first farm MutSrf the GrW consolidated wy -- w cultivating cw* Ledyard, last week Thursday said: "Come right in; I am going to shave." Mrs. Richardson was doing some ironing. A son was cul- livaling corn. This is the boy who bats at baseball either left or righl-handed, and he played on the Grant high school team in his time. F. M. * * * * Jacobs, northwest of Grant, was listening to a radio report of a game when ,we saw him last week Thursday. F. M. is feeling much better this season than he was last year. He said ha bad walked to the pasture to look over the slock. He is a lover of fine and her brother, Paul Jamison, St. Paul, Minn., were calling on Burt friends Sa'turday. IMabeline Miller came home Saturday after spending a couple of weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Cox, In Algona. The R. J. Hammerstroms visited at the home of Mrs. Hammer- slrom's brother, Qra Lbundsberry, Graettinger. Mrs. John Recker returned home Saturday from the Jfossuth hospital, where she had her appendix removed. iMr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick visited the J. T. Graham home in Algona iartin Bonnstetter Jr. _ _'N'Ki. Martin Bonnstetter Jr. Il.IIIII.SVfi^. Jfartin Bonnstetter Jr. ^Ei4 »«'%. Henry Harms NAV14 N'\V% Henry Harms N-E% NAVi/i Henry Hurma r ' SWi^ NI\Vi^ Henry Harms "_1"_".V_~_V_SBi^. NAA'% i''rank TeBockhorst & R. B. Girton NIE!14 NEi^ Frank TeBockhorst N'AA r i£ NiEi^ Frank TeBockhorst " SAVi£ NE14 Frank TeBockhorst & R. B. Girton SE'y. NE% Martin Bonnstetter N'Et^ SE% K. AV. C'ark, Commissioner of Ins. SE^i S'Ey, K. AS'. Clark, Commissioner of Ins. and Margaret Fehr N'AA r i_4 E. AV. Clark, Commissioner of Ins. and I ' Marsaret Fehr last, Margaret Fehr argaret Fehr argnret Fehr Margaret Fehr aul P. Banwart NEiJ aul P. Btanwart : NWi^! has. Bartholomew lias. Bartholomew lias. Bartholomew lias. Bartholomew has. Bartholomew has. Bartholomew artin Bonnstetter Iartin Bonnstetter SEW SAViZ fartin vBonnstetter, N. 16 A. E. of R'y NWM. SWU [ary laoh _ __. S 10 A. E. of R'y Wy. 9Wy t catlle. IMr. Jacobs was laid up | with rheumatism part of last season. * * * * Mrs. C. H. Klarap and the writer are this week on a little vacation to visit Mrs. W. H. Miller and her family at Eau Claire, Wis., also our old haunts at Colesburg, la., and Dubuque. We will write about thai when we get back. Even newspaper men have to have vacations! "Eau Claire," by the way, is French for "clear water." Advance editor has "kidded 1 The the girl reporters in the office occasionally because they "go Irish" when they get a story about someone having been at Eau Claire and vrite it "O'Clair." ATTENTION FARMERS Thistle Spraying r j w See JOHN FOTH Phone 134 513 N. Thorington The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday, Saturday. June 25 Don't forget that we handle the Belle City and Woods Bros. Threshers. Have some good used machines, including 32 inch Case, 28 inch Bed River special, also expect to have some good ones in this week, so don't forget to look us up as we sell them as fast as we get them. Also have 15-30 BIcponnick-Oeering, Twin City 17-28, and handle all kind of thresher belting and teeth. One John Deere, 28 inch, in A No. 1 shape. We are now handing aW kinds of feeder pigs which, we will •• have on hand each week. About 30t now on hand. Come and see them or call B. S. John of Burt 6-F92, or the Algona Auction Company, Phone 77. Several good used toy loaders for sale. Open Every Day, Sale Barn phone 77 Start on stock at 1:30 TERMS— Cash. No property removed until settled for, C. O. RIDDLE ^ fiifi* NE14. SE14 NEy. E7of K'y E. of R'y lary Isch, \\'y, SAVy, AA r . of R'y ex. West Bend Inc. Itlw. J. Habegar Idw. J. Habegar ,dw. J. Hatiegar N'Ey Idw. J. Habegar SEy. SEU ugust Fisher WA ugust Fisher and Abraham Haljegar SWy lei'man P. and Ernest G. Habegar and Emtl C. Fisher NEy N'AVy cnjamin Ha'begar NWy [erman P. and Ernest G. Habegar SlEy Benjamin Habegar SWy lerman P. and Ernest G. Habegar NWy AV. of R'y wy NWy SEi N'E Itrman P. and Ernest G. Habegar 1 braham Habegar lary 'and Elizabeth..Anllker lary and Elizabeth Anliker .braham Habegar Vbraham Habegar braham Habegar NlEy SEi ,'lemens E. Mersch ^vvy Clemens E. Mersch NWy Jlemens E. Mersch NEy "•lemens E. Mersch SEy NWy :o;uitab!e IJfe Assurance Society NAA'y NEy 2quita'ble Life Assurance Society NEy NEy JqultoMe Life Assurance Society ..S/Wy NE.y Equitable Life Assurance Society SEy NEy Equitable Life Assurance Society NEy Equitable Life Assurance Society SlEy Equitable Life Assurance Society NlW' Equitable Life Assurance Society SW: Equitable Life Assurance Society Equitable Life Assurance Society Dqultable Life Assurance Society SWi Equitable Life Assurance Society NiWy Martin Bonnstetter NAVy Martin Bonnstetter NEy H. F, Anderegg SWy H. F. Anderegg SEy I. F. Anderegg NWy 1. F. Anderegg _ NEi John Thilges 9AVi John Thilges SB'.. AV. Clark, Commissioner of Ins 'NEy W. Clark, Commissioner of Ins STSy John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co NWy John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. ___SWy NEy John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co *JEy SEy John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. NAVy SEy John Thilges SEy SE«£. John Thilges SWy, SEy 13. W. Clark, Commissioner of Ins. 'NWy NWy 3. W. Clark, Commissioner of Ins. 'N(Ey NWy 3. W, Clark, Commissioner of Ins. SWy NWy D. W. Clark, Commissioner of Ins SEy NWy, Henry Schmidt '. NWy SWy Henry Schmidt NEy SAVy Henry Schmidt Lot 1 SEy SWy Metropolitan Life Ins Co. Lot 2 SEy SWy John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co SWy SWy Melvlri A. and Gladys W. Bratland...NAVy SWy. Melvin A. and Gladys W. Bratland SWy SWy Melvln A. ond Gladys AV. Bratland NEy SWy Eugene E. Hoflus SEy SWy Mrs. Christie Movick NEy SEy AVilson Cornwall SEy SKy Wilson Cornwall 9WU_ SEy Wilson Cornwall NWy SEy Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. NWy NEy Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. and Elmer Elllngson NWy NWy Elmer Elllngson SWy NAVy Elmer Ellingson SEy NWy Metropolitan Life Ina Co. and Elmer Ellingson NEy NWy Peter A. Holt - NEy SAVtf. Peter A. Holt —NWy SWy Peter A. Holt ; SWy SWy Peter A. Holt SEy SWy Tneodore Faber NWy NWy Theodore Falber _ . _. NlEy NWy Theodore Faber SWy NWy Theodore Faber . SlEy NWy John Thilges NW% NKy Bimer Elllngson ..NEy NEy John Thilges SWy NEy Klmer Ellingson SEy NEy Daniel 1. Haibegar NWy SWy Daniel J. Habegar SiWy SWy F. C. Hartshorn NiEy SWW p. c. Hartshorn SEy swy, P. C. 'Hartshorn NWy SEy V. C. Hartshorn _. SWy SEy P. C. Hartshorn NBy SE:^ P. c- Hartshorn SEy SEy August Traub _• NEy, N(Ey August Trauto „ NiWy NEy August Traub _SEy NEy August Traub SWy NEy August Trauib N®y, NWU August Traub NWy, NW: August Tr»ul> -SEy. NWJ August Travifo _, , , 9W}_ Edward Edwards et al „_„ ,.NW«, SW' Edward Edwards et al ,_-„„ ,_N'Ey" SW: Edward Edwards et al SWJ, ~ Edward Edwards et al ..._SEM Emil BrueUtnan """• . WWII Bruellman district owned by schedule: UK ASSESSMENT . Twp. Hng. TOTAL III 30 $ Si.lfi !lt MO I'J.lil JXi.llli 20.12 •H;.-II •10.1'u 16 16 Ifi 10 IB 16 16 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 ' 17 17 17 IE) IS IS 18 18 3S . IS 18 IS 18 as IS IS 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19. 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 •JO 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 21 21 21 31 21 21 21 31 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 !M !M 111 9t S4 Il-t 34 1)4111' 94 84 94 94 04 !)4 04 !)4 9t 94 94 94 »4 94 94 94 94 9-1 94 94 9494 94 94 so 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 27 27 27 27 27 28 28 28 28 2S 28 28 28 28 28 28 23 29 29 29 29 29 94 94 91 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 9-1 94 , 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 84 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 91 94 94 94 91 91 91 91 91 91 94 91 94 91 91 94 94 91 91 91 &4 91 94 91 91 91 91 91 9t ' 94 94 9184 30 SO 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Nels J. Olson Ni Is J. Olson tfust Trau'b August Traub August Traub \iiffnst 'franl) gust Traub August Traub August Trau 1 )) ..... - ...... ________ "IJNWy _________ ..... . ....... swy __ _lSHy . _ N'Wu ~~ sray NWy NWy NWy NWy SWv, 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 31 31 31 31 31 SI 32 32 3J 32 32 32 32 3J SWy 8Wy NEy N'Ey' SEy SEy 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 •M 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 SO 30 30 30 SO 30 30 IS.Iil 14.71 20.12 l. r ,.<!) :iii.i2 15.4R 40.44 3.S7 30.70 •10. IM 4H.S(i US.04 llfi.Tl 149.G4 206.:' 72.24 flS.OS 32.2! IS.Ofi 57.02 IS.Oti 128. i 150. Kt 24. 5S.S2 11.S5 53.92 90.56 40.25 61.92 HS.04 211.30 20li.40 1B5.96 110.CS 58.82 123.84 100.62 ttl.'J2 10C.G5 25.15 39.22 47.73 50.31 50.31 33.45 19.S6 25.S9 29.42 16.52 21.54 19.44 G.CO 3.53 13.24 16.11 33.77 26.49 2.55 36.38 35.81 16.58 2.21 9.57 4.30 3.02 11.76 1S.G8 3.58 15.09 24.41 32.44 5.93 113.35 63.73 155.96 129.00 r-o.31 24.51 30.96 S0.19 •16.28 122.65 118.68 145.90 139.32 51.37 28.58 •15. M 34.31 27.51 10.79 65..SS 30.19 40.24 83.33 15.1)9 65.3S £9.42 S2.S2 78.24 70.41 33.53 48.84 40.25 ]S.5S 2.93 59.24 27.86 111.78 71.53 32.2S S4 66.17 77.84 133.84 2.26 35.93 21.84 37.05 90.30 9.28 .07 28.58 14.01 19.10 65.94 36.SS 201.24 200.98 201.24 63.73 15.09 100.02 98.04 20.12 63.73 61.92 G0.31 1S1.12 73.53 i'16.72 120.74 201.2! 66.79 160.99 161.77 177,84 211.49 361.61 64,17 24.23 17.07 66.31 £9.51 41.63 47.H6 , 22.43 87.00 319,80 _ _________ _ Xloi/, _. _ _ "_""NWy . _ SWy •\iignst Traub ________________________ SEy iVtor AVorlncm ______________________ NEy I'i'tcr Wortnem _ _ NWy Peter Wortnem __________________ "J.-fWy Poter Wortnem __ _ BKi/i IVtc-r Wortnem _ _ __ NWy Poter "Wortnem ______________________ N'Ey Ki|iiltable 1,1 re Assurance Society and JTonry Hcnrlckson _________________ &Wy iiltn.ble I-lfe APKiirance Society ______ SEy Eqnltabln 1-lfe Assurance Society and Henry Henrlek.son ______________ . ___ N'Ey SWy Henry ITenvlckson ___________________ NWy SWy l-lenry Hunrlckson _______ ____________ SEy SWy Henry J-IenrlcUson _______ _____ _ _S\Vi/ t SWy Equitablo Life Assurance Society _____ N'Ey N'Wy •Iriuitable Lire Assurance. Society ____ XWy NWy '/iliiItalilo Llfo Assurance Society _____ SEy NWy Equitable Life Assurance Society and Henry Hcnrlckson ________________ SWy NWy K. M. Cornwall ........ . ..... _____ 'NWy t N.Wy H. M. Cornwall ... ___ . NlEy NiWy 11. M. Cornwall _ _ 9Wy N'Wy, It. M. Cornwall _ -SEy NWy Wcnflcll Gartner _ _ ___ SWy N'Ey Wendell Gartner NWy NEy Wendell Gartner ____________________ ; NK% NEy Wendell Gartner ._ __ . ____ ______ -JS'Ey N'Ey Wendell- Gartner . ____ _ _ . __ N'Ey SEy Wendell Gartner NWy SEy Wendell Gartner ____ _ SWy SEy Wendell Gartner _ _ SEy S'By Carl J. Johnson ______________________ SEy SWy Carl J. Johnson ___ . _ _ . _ _NEy SWy Carl J. Johnson _ _ _ _ NWy SWy Carl J. Johnson _ _ SWy SWy 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 34 34 34 34 34 3-1 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 Edward AVehrspann . SWy S\ViI Edward AA r ehrspann _ .. SEy SWy 35 Mrs. Christie Movick __ NWy SWy 35 Mrs. Christie Movick N'Ey. SAVy 35 Mrs. Christie Movick _ NAVy NWy 35 Mrs. Christie Movick .SWy NAVy. , 30 Mrs. Christie Movick 'NiEy. NWy 35 Mrs. Christie Movick s ''yi N 'AVy 35 Equitable Life Assurance Society NEy NEy 35 Equitable Life Assurance Society NfAVy NlEy. 35 Kqultable Life Assurance Society. SEy NEy 35 Equitable Life Assurance Society _SWy NBy 35 Theodore Evenson _ _'NWy SEy 35 Theodore Evenson :SWy SEy Theodore Evenson SEy SEy Theodore Evenson NEy SEy E. AA r . Clark, Commissioner of Ins. _ SAVy SWy E. AA 7 . Clark, Commissioner of Ins. SEy SAVy Henry Schmidt _ .NiWy, NWy Henry Schmidt _ JSW PART OF WEST BE'ND IN " Wy NW NWy SE 35 35 35 36 36 36 36 Herman Harms _________________________ Sivo Lot 1 Herman Harms _____________________________ Lot 2 Herman Harms ________________ ___ ____ NI/, Lot 3 J. G. Thome _ __ . __•&% Lot 3 J. G. Thome ____________________________ ____ Lot 4 J. G. Thome ________________________________ Lot 5 J. G. Thome ________________________________ Lot 6 J. G. Thorne ________ _____ __ _____ ________ ffx)t 7 Klfred Schafer __ _ Lot S Klfred Schafer ______________________________ Lot 9 Louis Krug et al ___________________________ Lot 10 Louis Krug et al __________________________ Lot 31 Louis Krug et al __________________________ Lot 12 Louis Krug et al ___________________________ Lot 13 Louis Krug et al ___________________________ Lot 14 Louis Krug et al ____________ _____________ Lot 15 Louis Krug et al ____________________ Part of Lot 16 Louisa Boyle and Delia Falb ________________ Lot 17 Louisa Boyle and Delia FaWi ________________ Lot IS Louisa iBoyle and Delia Falb _______________ Lot 19 Louisa Boyle and Delia Falb ________________ 'Lot 20 Anna Benninger ___________________________ Lot 21 Anna Benninger ____________________________ Lot 22 Anna Benninger _______________ Lot 23 ex. E. 50 ft. Anna Benninger __ _ _ _ __ Lot 23 E. 50 ft. P. O. Dorweiler . _ . Lot 24 P. O. Dorweiler _ _ _Lot 25 M. P. Nessen _ __ Lot 26 P. O. Dorweiler __________________________ _Lot 27 Louis Krug et al ___ Part of Lot 1 of Sub Dot 28 E>% NWy Louis Krug et al ___ 'Part of Lot 1 of -Sub Lot 2S AV% NWy Louisa Krug et al ____________ Lot 2 of Sub Lot 28 Geo. Helmke _ Lot 29 P. O. Dorweiler ___________________________ ..Lot 30 Herman Harms ________________________ ] Lot 31 Assessed to C. R. I. & P. R'y Co. right-of-way" Garfield Twp. ________________________________ Assessed to highways between Sec. 3-93-30 and Sec. 34-94-30 _______________________________ Assessed to highways between Sec. 4-93-30 and Sec. 33-94-30 Theodore Evenson _________ ~ " SAVy~~SEy Theodore Evenson _________ "IIIIIIIII'N'W u. SEy Sdward Wehrspann SEy SWy Edward AA'ehrspann SWy SWy Mrs. Chrlste Movick "NEy SWy Mrs. Chrlste Movick _________ NWy SWy. Assessed to highways in Garfiefd'Twjp." ____________ NWy ECTION 18-94-30 94 91 94 9-1 94 94 94 S4 94 9-t 94 94 94 M ill M M 91 M 94 HI 94 94 94 94 94 (14 94 !« 94 94 94 !H »4 94 94 !W 94 fl-l 94 94 M M 04 94 94 94 n4 94 94 94 94 94 M 94 9-1 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94 94. 94 94 94 94 94 9-4 94 94 94 M 94 94 94 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 34 30 SO :a> 30 30 30 ft) 30 30 se 30 30 30 30 30 9) 3-D 3i) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 3* SO 30 30 30 3A 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 34 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 IS IS 94' 30 94 . 30 35 35 35 35 35 35 94 94 94 91 94 94 30 30. 30 30 30 TOTAL K1.93 35.71 24.4-1 32.18 9.57 !U1 4.39 J2.23 2.55 9.57 13.2B 17.96 10.45 •29. 9S •1.32 jii. 25 31.77 1S.69 10.3S 2.87 :-l.30 24.8B 82. 2C 22.79 115.04. 44.71 41.97 191.73 50.05 33.64 lio.18 10.67 31.91 73. 86 57.95 17.26 5.46 1S.08 46.57 116.50 33.22 46.43 31.47 31.33 47.U9 49.57 31.80 20.83 23.94 45.88 40.M . S7.37 58.10 DO.B1 43.32 25.64 49.11 18.55 140.87 78.43 171.05 (W.09 31.04 4G.83 34.21 65.97 21.83 32.99 S7.09 S3.S7 2»J3.16 206.27 70.03 4S.26 S0.50 38.64 7S.90 23.26 31.59 12.36 15.49 16.80 175.44 E0.31 19.35 18.06 4.12 .84 .98 3.S7 3.22 1.61 3.61 3.22 3.22 3.22 3.22 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63 1.63 2.25 2.10 3.69 1.63 1.63 1.63 2.45 4.49 1.27 B.12 5.12 5.78 7.73 19.88 19.41 3.38 4.39 7.73 6.45 423.42 9.00 12.50 51.66 19.SO 68.24 19.01 32.19 32.12 921.96 $16,3158.04 ,. And you are further notified "tri~a't"by order" olTsaFd joint Boards of Supervisors of Humboldt and Kossuth Counties, Iowa, hearing will be had be- for said Boards of Supervisors at the Court House at Algona, Iowa, on the 28th day of July, A. D. 3938, at ten o'clock a. m. on said date, and all objections to said assessments must be in writing and filed with the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, at or before said time thus fixed for hearing. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this Sth day of June, A. D. 1938. - - E. S. KINSEY, County Auditor. Take Home Pepsi-Cola In The Convenient Pepsi-Cola 6 Bottle Bag ()rder 6 bottles from your Grocer or Dealer. Easy to carry and »sy to cool When motoring, fishing or for picnics tate Penrf. ol» iu th* special Pepsi-Cola ba*. priirff Pepsi-Cpla »t h<S»e every day. Topr dealer can supply you, DISTRIBUTED BY Fort Dodge Bottling Phone

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