The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 25, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 25, 1934 W. P. RINGLER DEATH SHOCK TO WHFTTEMORE; SERVICES HELD FRIDAY Had Been Employed Atl Geelan Store, Whittemore State Bank •Whittemore: Friends of W. P. Rlngr- ler were greatly shocked Wednesday noon when they heard of his death Although he had been hi poor health for some time it was not though the end was so near. Wllford Peele Rlng- kr was born at Marengo, Iowa, September 14, 1877, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Rlngler. After completing his education In tihe Marengo school he attended Drake University. On January 31, 1906, he was married to • Anna Donlon at Waverly, who survives him. To this union four children were born, Hazelton and Mrs. Bernard Schrler of Milwaukee, and Frances and Donald at home. The family came to Whittemore In 1917. For a time Mr. Rlngter worked in the Whitemore State Bank, then for H. W. Oeelan and he resigned this position to go into the produce business which he conducted until a few months ago leaving it on account of his health. Funeral services were held Friday morning at 8 o'clock from St.. Michael's Catholic church with Father Veit officiating and burial was made In the cemetery at Waverly. Pallbearers were W. T. Fish. Jcc Priester, Peter Neu. F. J. Balgeman, and Carl Elbert. During his residence here Mr. Ring- Icr made a host of friends who extend sincere sympathy to the .entire family. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Quinn visited relatives at Estherville Sunday. Dr. J. W. McCreery attended a m:d- Ical meeting at Humboldt Tuesday. Bridget Fleming of Emmetsburg visited relatives a few days the past w:ck. Mrs. Cecelia Elbert. AUiTitft Printer and Urban Elb:rt were in Fort Dodge Friday. Jim Glcason of Frrt Dodsc 1 visited one day tr.e past week at the J. M. Fleming horn--. Mrs. John Schumacher of Bancroft vi;itcd h:r sister, Mrs. Will Kelly on Wednesday. Harry Burk? of Hartley spent Sunday with hLs father, Ed Burke and other relatives. Mr,". Jim Brrnnnn ol Rulhvcn visited her father, Michael Fuming- a fe\v clays recently. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Mason City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnoll. Rosella Ncu of Mason City r.pent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neu. Terry Ctilien of Mason City sr>:nt the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mrs. Mary Chains, daughter, Mary, son, Edward of Clare, visited Dr and Mrs. J. W. McCreery Tuesday. Lesser Quinn, who has been employed in Chicago, returned to hLs home here to help his fath:r pick corn. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Duffy, Geraldlne and Billy of Emmttsburg visited with local relatives and friends Sunday. Mrs. H. W. Geelan, Mrs. James Geelan were in Fort Dodge Thursday visiting tlK latter's mother, Mrs. J. P. Schiltz. Anna Fleming left for her home at Minneapolis Sunday after spending a week visiting her father, Michael Fleming. Dr. H. B. Woodward and Gene Martini attended the Iowa State-Iowa University football game at Ames Saturday. Presentation academy, St. Paul's Lutheran school and the public school are enjoying a week's corn husking vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wehrspann and family were Sunday visitors at Lake- fleM, Minn., with Wm. Salzwald and family. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Derner and family of Cleveland, Minn., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell and family went, to Waterloo Monday to visit a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Farrell. Mrs. H. C. Meyer and son, Dean, went to Chicago Friday evening to spend a few days at the Century of Progress. Mrs. Dennis Klnsella of Mason City visited Thursday and Friday with her brother. M. P. McDonnell and other relatives. J. M. Fleming went to Cherokee on Monday accompanied by his daughter. Marguerite who had spent a few days at home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennan at Emmetsburg Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ztnnell are the proud parents of a baby girl. They now have a nice family of three boys and one girl. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Waller and Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Burdlne on Thursday evening. Ed Cullen went to Mason City Wednesday and was accompanied home by his mother, Mrs. J. S. Cull:n who had spent a few days there. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, son Mclvin and Reaina returned home Monday from Peoria, 111., after spending a week vi. iting relativ-.s there. Kathleen and Ro*e Ann Holtzbaucr and Eile.Ti O'Brien of Algona spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Mrs. Catherine O'Brien home. Mrs. John Merc-en, son Jackie and Mrs. Harry W. W.-.itaker of Omaha, v.-iited Wedne=dny and Thursday at the Mrs. Margaret Mermen home. Air. and Mrs. Hazelton Rinslor and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schrier of Milwaukee returned to their home Sunday after attending th: funeral of W. P. Ringlcr. Ed and John Lottman of Jolly, Iowa, visited thf-ir sister, Mrs. Maurice Mai- cry Sunday. Edwin Mallory accom- oanlod them home to spc'iui ills vacu- ;ion there. Mary Elizabeth Elbert, graduate nurse of the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, snent a few days the past week with her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Elbert and family. Mrs. F. B. Benedict, returned to her home at Guthrie, North Dakota, Tuesday evening niter spending a week visiting her sister. Mrs. M. P. McDonell and other relatives. Mrs. Margaret Dalley visited a few days with local relatives, She left on Sunday for Spencer to visit her son, Leo. Then she will leave for her home at Hollywood, California. Former Good Hope Family to Return From Sask., Can. Good Hope: The Arthur Jackmans, who have many friends In this section have sold out their Interests at Liberty, Saskatchewan, Canada, and will locate here If they are able to procure a farm. They leave Liberty today (Tuesday) and are expected at the A. R. Cruikshank home Thursday. The Jackmans have four daughter, the oldest twelve years of age. The family will make a flne addition to any neighborhood and It Is hoped they can find a farm In Good Hope community. C. L. Dlttmer and Mr. and Mrs. Arle Dlttmer were dinner guests at Good Hope parsonage Sunday. Mrs. Roy Sarchett received word on Tuesday of the death of a cousin. Glen Ollnger, at Oawtonna, Minn. The deceased was reared In this community as a child. The October birthday group of the Good Hope L. A. S. will present, a program of entertainment Thursday evening of this week In the community room of the church. Rally Day will be observed next Sunday at both Good Hope and Whittemore. The doors of the church will be open for the reception of members and the sacrament of baptism administered to children and adults. R. A. Bartktt, Marion Hynck and Mesdames Robert Finnell and Carl Ebert of Whittemore met at Good Hope parsonage Monday fcr consideration of Sunday School interests of the Whittemore M. E. church. Mr. Bartlett has recently been elected church school superintendent. A group of friends from Burt which included Mr. and Mrs. Geo. and Mr. and Mrs. Will Kcestler. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewoldt, Mr. and Mrs Peter Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blake and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bass met at th'.' Otto Laabs 'home for a social evening Tuesday and to he!p Ot'.o celebrate his birthday. Llcyd Spear, who is staying with th? A. M. Gustafson family and his father, Virgil Spear of Algona were called to DCS Moines Thursday because of the death of the former's molher, Mrr. Nola Spear. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchett and the latter's lather. Frank Spear, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gustafson and Mrs. Joe Frascr cf Sexton were also in the party. Funeral iervic\s were held at DCS Moines. Dr. Ehvin Ames of Los Angol's, Call. f-'rni;i, who was reared in this community v,:i; a fjucst of the Prospley Sar- ch.-t!.; Sunday. Mr. and Airs. N. L. Cotton of Lone Rork. Mr. and Airs. W. J. Bourno and Mrs. Will Easterly, Air. and Mr. ; . Charles Schryvcr, Curt. Air. and Mrs. Ed Dlttmer, Mrs. William Tr- plow and the Hoy and Robert Sarchett families mem, the afternoon at, the Prcssley Srachctt home renew- acquantaincc vit'.i Dr. Ames. FORMER WESLEY WOMAN DIES IN MASON CITY, FRI. Caesarian Operation Performed In Attempt to Save Her Life Wesley: Friends here of Mrs. Clarence Cook, who formerly lived on the Kunz farm southeast of town, were shocked to learn of tor death which occurred at a hospital In Mason City Friday morning at ten o'clock following a Caesarian operation. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the Beav«r Creek church near Joice, and besides her husband she leaves two small sons, Darrell and Donovan. Before living on the farm south of town, they managed the restaurant In Corwlth, the home town of Mr. Cook. School News Report cards were handed out last Thursday. The follownig In high school and junior high had no grades below B: seniors—Clifford Carlson, Albrrt Lickteig, Johnette Looft, Marjorie Striley; Jnlors—Edward Funnemark; sophomores—Ruth Mary Elsenbacher, Margaret Garman, Mary Agnes Kunz; freshmen—Ethel Flom, Shirley Wolf; junior 'high, Lavon Oerdes. The high school Is planning three one act plays to be presented about the first week In November. The proceeds are to be put Into the activity fund. THE ROYAL TAILORS IN IO.OOO CITIES Royal Tailored to Measure Clothes Really Fit If you take special pride in your personal appearance you'll have your clothes tailored to your own measure. Come in and have a suit made for you. It doesn't cost any more—he- Hides, we have a wide selection of fine fabrics that will uuike up in any style you wish. Genuine fit and satisfaction guaranteed! Madson & Hanson "Tlie Home of Better Clothes" Twent Years News (Tnken from the flics of the Upper DCS Molnes-Republican for the VKck of October 28, 1914) C. A. Lawler of Woden was a Sunday truest at the horn? of his daughter, Mrs. Vincent Daughn. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Malecek and family spent Sunday nt tile home of her ;i'stcr. Mrs. Frank Wellik. Sup!. K. B. Rowley of the Methodist Sunday School reports the largest nt- tcndnnce cf the year for Sunday. Mrs. John Mullins and Mrs. A. M. I/.-a.-ic both were en tlie sick li^t last week and under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. James Brennan and family of Jolict, Illinois, spent part, of \vwk hero visiting his sister. Mr?. L'-,vis Kent. Mr™. Herman C'iirls;n will bo lio-tr^s to the Pri.'Jcilhi Phoebe society at. her home nortlnve.?;. of town next W'.dncs- day afternoon. Mi.-is Inna Ward, teacher in the Mitchell school?, st>cnt the wccl: end ;:er: with her parcn's, Mr. and Mr?. Clarence Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly and family and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lnux visited in th? home of relatives at Bancroft Smulay. Mi";. Su an returned home on Saturday following a week's vi.'it at the homes of her Uvo ilau^htr'rs, Mi". I-;. J. Mrs. Will Walker at Mr. and Mr;:.. T. L. Larson and More- i!a of Al'joivt. iind Mr. and Mrs. M. T. "lye and daughter Harriett of Hanlon- n were sjucsUs at th.- L. L. Lease wine Sunday. Grandma Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Paulson, Mrs. Silas Skow and Harold and Joseph Helman of North Dakota were Sunday guests at the home of Lester Larson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ooetg drove to Iowa City Thursday where they went to get their daughter, Arlene, who had been at the hospital there for treatments the past several weeks. The young people's Bible class will meet next week Wednesday night instead of Friday night M was first announced. The class meets alternating Friday «venlngs at the Congregational church. Rev. Arrld Carlson of Kensington, Minn., spent last week Monday and Tuesday at the homes of his brothers. Herman, Gus and John. He was en- route to ihls home following a visit In Indiana. Memberse of the Methodist Ladles' Aid who sponsored the annual bazaar and supper held at the church basement Saturday night report a sum of money a little under $100.00 taken In during the evening. The catholic Daughters of America .lodge are sponsoring a card party at the D. of A. lodge hall Saturday afternoon. Both bridge and five hundred will be played. A charge of 25 cents will be made at the door. Thomas McMahon, John Martlnek, Dr. F. A. Bonnstettcr of Wesley and Dr. F. C. Scanlan and R. B. Waller of Algona drove to Ames Saturday where th-fy witnessed the game between Iowa University and Iowa State College. Twenty-five tables of bridge and five hundred were In progress at the party given by the D. of A. lodge at their hall last Wednesday night. Prizes in bridge were awarded to C. W. Goslin and Mrs. Bertha S. Looft- for holding high scores. Twenty members (the full cruote) met at the home of Lois Marie Bleich's home Tuesday night after school where they enjoyed several hours of frolic. Tho group will meet next Tuesday niaht at the home of another member, Mary Adine Kunz. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Hosklnson and two little boys were visitors at the Arlo Dawson home Saturday. They were enroute from Sioux City to Minneapolis where they will establish a ir.w home. Mr. Hoskinron is the buyer and property man for the Hanford Airline route. Ilmo Ocrdcs and Wayne Thompson of Corydon arrived in Wesley Thursday nipht nnd visited at the homes of Ihno's uncles, I. A. and Henry denies, until the first part of the week when Mr. Thompson began husking corn tot Joe Balk near Sexton, and Mr. Oerdes for Roy Wiseman north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz and two daughters and Henry Kunz drove to St. Paul Sunday where they went to visit Junior who Is attending the St. Thomas Academy for Boys. Junior Is enjoying his work very much. While there the Kunzes also enjoyed a football game played between the St. Thomas and the De LftSalle Academies which ended with a final no-score of 0 to 0. Mrs. Henry Kunz who had been at St. Paul and Minneapolis visiting their two children, Ivyl Marie and Clare, also returned Sunday evening. Witches—Owls Black Cats- Pumpkins— Everything that maki-s oYii Party except A. L. Peterson was assembling bis photography studio in the rooms of the new Haggard & Peterson building. Several people from the county had visited it and had made comments on it,s convenience, good equipment, etc. The Federated clubs of Algona were lo be guests of the W. L. A. S. on October 30th. Mrs. Frances Whitley cf Webiter City, state vice president of the Federation, was to Rive the address. Hostesses were to be: Mrs. May Harrinston, Mrs. Elizabeth Haggard and Mrs. Mattie Falkenhaimr. Will Cordingley, brother of Mrs. F. W. Dingley, and employed with the Register and Leader of Des Moines, had betn married to Miss Louise Cookerly. Both were well known in DM Moinea. Mr. Cordingley was manager of the circulation department of the Register and Leader, which position he still holds. The much talked of automobile and motorcycle races had been held the previous Friday and Saturday and no serious accidents had marred the meet Two machines had been wrecked In a collision, however, and all of the scheduled races could not be held. Because- wo noted racers, Haughdahl and blonckmeicr. had been unable 10 get .heir cars in shape, their race was to >e held the next week. Excitement was prevalent in Algona over the coming races as the cars, Mercer and Staver, were good cars and each man was determined to win the purse. Promoters of these races were H. J. Wilson and Clarence Paine. Candidates for local officer in th< election were UsUd as follows: L. V Jenkinson, republican candidate fo county treasurer, H. J. McCliesney, de mocratic, and Mark Boyle, proKresMv candidate -.; E. H. Beardiey, republlca candidate for auditor. Albert Ogren, democratic, and a Mr. Sewick, progressive candidate; Claude Samson as republican candidate for sheriff. Herman Krauze of Fenton, democratic, and L. T. Griffin, progressive candidate; Joe Jenkj, of Ledyard, republican candidate for clerk, democrats had no candidate and C. F. Nolle of Algoaa was ihu progr-Sjive candidate. Mrs. Agnes Laidley, county recorder, and County Attorney E. J. Van Ness held the nominations on the republican ticket and had no opposition. AllO K>tcker\ett« Apfcj, by week <v month Legion, Auxiliary Meets Here Nov. 1 A Joint meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary will be held at the Country Club at AJgona Thursdey night, November 1st with the main speakers being Prank Miles, editor of the Io*r& Leglonalre, and B. J. "Skin" Laird, department adjutant. The men will hold an election of officers, and County Commander Leon Merrltt also an- nounoea this will be a hard time party, but to oome as you wish, Ju»t *> you come. Mrs. TTndertcofler and Vta Stuehland, 8th district leaders, will also be present and the evening's entertainment will dose with refreshments and dancing. Clean Rugs and Draperies Mean Healthful Living No need to hesitate about letting the small children play on the floor when you send your nigs to vis regularly for thorough cleaning. Send us your drapes, tapestries, bedspreads, and other articles for fall cleaning. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Algona, Iowa ICE CREAM and we can supply that. You'll be delighted with our Fancy Taylor Made Hallowe'en molds or any of our special molds. Call us for further information about special creams or molds. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 Algona, Iowa. YERBAVIDA Instead of Tea or Coffee Anyone suffering from headache*, Nervousness, Low of Bleep, or Btoin- sch Trouble, should try drinking delicious Yerbavlda n place of tea and coffee. This remarkable beverage known as the "Plant of Life," neut- u-lizes the poisonous adds In, the body, relaxes the nervous system, corrects stomach distress and brings about sound, refreshing sleep. In a chart time you will notice » great Improvement in your health, your nerves will be steady, and you will be full of pep and vitality. Yerbavida is inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 240 cup* can be obtained for only $1.00. If your local druggist cannot supply you. accept no substitute but send $1.00 direct to Yerbavlda Bales Co., 612 Southwest Bldg., Los Angeles, California. Or a 20-page book "The Story of Yerb- avida" free on request. For Sale at Luaby's Drug SUM*. Attention Voters MAURICE C. McMAHON For COUNTY ATTORNEY Maurice C. McMahon, Democratic Nominee for County Attorney, is asking for reelection and solicits the support of all voters of Kossuth County, regardless of party. Horn in Kossuth County, graduate of the Algona High Shool, also a graduate of the Liberal Arts Department of the Iowa State University and of the Law College of Creighton University. During his term of office since January 1st, 1933, has, in the performance of his official duties, been active and diligent and has given to Kossuth County the same measure and quality of good service that was given by predecessors. Heretofore iu Kossuth County it has been customary to give local public servants, who have performed their duties satisfactorily, a second term and Maurice C. McMahon asks the same favor and assures you that he will appreciate your consideration and support. CORN STORAGE INSURANCE No waiting—no delay—you get, the right policy and coverage at once at very reasonable rates. Corn Storage Insurance Certificates issued here at our Algona office. Algona Insurance Agency _^^_ nVinvtji f! C. R. LaBarre Phone 55 Office located First Door North of Iowa State Bank 42-43 Pick o' the Mines COAL If you want good coal that Is economical coal—make your selections from our new Fall sup- ply—boug-nt to give you tlio most for the least. No matter what your coal problem may be you'll b« able to get satisfactory fudl rtm/.ts from our present di'oete—and you'll be surprised it the amount you can save. Save time by telephoning your order and leave the rest to us. All highest, select grades of hard and soft, coal from the best known miner, now ready. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 Algona, Iowa. XOTHTJ OF ,\ssi:«sMi:vr KIIII srsir.\n\<; M-CO.MI \nv HOAl) IIISTHH'T ><>. SIC! Niitln- Is li.-n liy 1,'iv. n to Ml II-I^DH wlmsn M:mi'"* tipp. nr I" I!... wlllilii '•rlirilul" tl'iit Hi, -if II.IM NTH til'.l In tin- nfflc,. <if (]i,. County AinlK'ir «! Kos- •.ntli c. unity. Inu.-i. M ii-|ii.i-i of iii,. hi.iir.l of A piiori IOIHIO nt ' shou-i n LT tin' :i\\,<\\-.\\ \\'-.< 'ff\\\"\\\ \-n.j, ,,«.-,! |,i I,,. |, vlril mi ;l\l j.ill'ls viml I'isv. ,.1-i ,,f i-i-:il l-»1!lli' 111- Mnliil wlllllll , u "<'o|i,|;.|-y K",'l'l i'i-lrii't Nil. _'!>::. u!i! it r- of |M M|K .1. r. !-:rri" ,\\Y ', S\\ >i SV.'i, s\Y i; :Ui\l S\V'i ;' nit- of i Nii'U-t---o Hal. •(• /Vint, of AM. lilt. ............. $ i :.. i >i or, ID 11.IH II OS 11.7.'! in.i i 12.32 54.81 Northwestern Milt. Life Inn. Co.. 25.B4 . II. W. Cal.Hvt 11 U, 41 " 10 r,i; " • 8.1:1 " i i.r,: N\Vi; NIOH 1 " " M.4G " ifl.N* NK'A 1 " " 4» " ...; 11.S.I HK'4 NK'4 1 " " 40 " IB si NI5'i SIS'4 1 " " 40 \\V'i SK'i 1 " " 411 S\V'4 SK'4 i-Y rv 1 " " :l'i. S !•:'., Si: 1 , e\ ry 1 You anil each of you name.s ftnpoar In tho wttlitti Krhe.luU 1 are liert'- hy niillfli'il that *alil report will come on fur hearing hcfoie I In- Itoiinl of Sup- cry|siii-H at their office In .Micnmi. Iowa, on tin- I'.lh ilay of November. 19.1-1. at J o'clock I' M. At Hiild hi-iirliiK any of Ilic above apportionment!* may bo increased or m.ty tic adopted without further notice. I'nli-s.s you hli- wiilli-n nliJiTlloiiM In H.ild ri'IMiri nn i,r l'.-f,.ic noun of nnl<l • lay tho Mime will be presumed to have heen r-onchiHlv»-[y \valye«l. All iixses«ineiilH iniiv he iMihl In full wllliinit Interest If paid within twenty dayn frotu date IH conurmeil. ll.lleli III AlKollll, luwn, tills Ifilll liny Of Di'toln-r. 15R1 43-44 K. J. IIIITWUt, County Auditor. NOTICK OK ASSKNSMI-:>T KOH NI'IIKACIXU MKCO.NUAIIV HOAl) DI.STIIICT Ml. '^Kl Xotlro Is herchy Klven In all r-ersons whowo nanioH appear In the within fli'hedlile tliat there has been Hied in the office, of the County Auditor of KoK.suth C'fiunty, Iowa, u report of tho Hoard of Apportionment HhowinK th« H[ie<-lal aH.soHHment proponed to lie levlorl on all partn nml pari'elH of real entatn Inelmled within Secondary Itoud IHstrlct No. ^S4. which m-hcdule of iiropoa^il aHHeHNment IB as folluwH: Suli-I»lv. Kec. Twp. P.anRO Acres NK<A SlOVi 11 N\V>4 SKV4 11 .SK'4 HK'A U 95 2S 11 HWV4 K 5 Ac. NW% 8W14 .11 B 4.17 A SW\4 SWV4 11 HK'A HW.Vi .......... II NKVi SK14 .......... 12 NW'xi HKU .......... 12 K\J .......... 13 12 12 12 NW14 HVVV4 BW'4 .......... 1Z NK14 NK>A .......... 13 NVVti NKK ex. ry. . .13 NKU NWV4 N of ry. .13 HV4 NB% N of ry. ...IS HKW NHH4 8 of ry .13 HVV14 NK^i .......... 13 HKW NW4 .......... LI NE'A NW>4 8 of ry .13 NW.4 NWli e» ry. . IV U NWlJ ....... 13 Vi NIC 1 ,; ex ry. ..14 N\V»4 NK\4 fcx ry. .14 HW',4 NKVi 14 SKl-i NI014 14 NK',i NVV'i i-n ry. .1) li 5 A. NW>4 NWH . .14 M 6 A. SWV4 NWli . .14 SK" 40 40 40 40 40 5 4.17 39 40 40 40 40 40 40 10 40 40 38 29.63 6 38 38 40 11.49 36 92 40 38.94 30.93 Amt. of Name of Owner Anamt John Krpcldliitf 111.40 .1. K. Ollmoro 10.97 Kllzaboth HtinderM, Jane Hawley, ICIIen IlnlenuuH. HubJ. lo life e»t. of Hobt. I'lnk 17.37 Malhlus N. liormann 17.82 " 10.97 " 1.48 " 11.1 " 18.04 Hugh A. Janett 11.40 " 10.87 Nick J. Decker 17.82 " 17.37 Mutual Life Ins. Co 10.97 " 11.40 " 17.37 " •. , 17.82 K. Y. Hahm 17.3J " 15.22 " 11.79 " 1.68 8.40 9.B9 " 10.98 " 3.08 O. Madstn and L. C. Ilunsen . 14.36 " 17.83 Kllzabeth Hatulerkf. Jane Hawley, Kllen lioltfneuu, «ut>j. to 1U« esl. of Itotit. I'lnk 14.S7 " 14. SO " 10.S7 " •. . . .17.8J Joseph Aman 17.26 " 2.28 " 1.4S 10.97 luadore Mayer 40 38.76 B 5 ^ "40 You aiid each of you whoac nameu appear In the within neheilule are hereby nolttled that eai<l report will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In Altsona, Iowa, on the 15th day of November. 1934, at 2 o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionment* may bo in- creuHed or may be adopted without further notice. I'lilusa you tile written objectlona to said report on or before noon of said day, the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived All assessments may be paid In full without Interest if paid within twenty days from date assessment Is continued. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 16th day of October, 1934. 43.44 K J. BUTLKll, County Auditor. NOTICE OK ASSKSSMKVT FOR Nl'HKAriNU Sfcit'OMJAHV 110All IIISTHH T NO. 233 Notice la hereby given to all persons who namex appear In the within ticredule that there haa been filed In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcel* of real estate Included within Hecondary lioad District No. 233, which schedule of proposed assessment is a follows: Amt. of Sec. Twp. Upj(. Acres Name of Owner Assmt. Sub-Ulv. NK14 SK14 NB14 SB 14 SK'/i SW '4 SW % 8E14 SW14 SBli S£U . NE'4 NWV4 NW% NWU 8W14 NWlf NWli NEU .10 . .10 .10 .10 . .10 , .10 . .10 . .10 . .10 . .10 . .10 ..10 . .10 . .10 . .10 . .10 . .It . .15 . .IE . .15 . .15 . .15 . .15 15 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 JTied B. & Clyta. tf. Kent »5.51 " 9.32 " 9.57 " 6.89 " 9.67 " 5 89 Anno L. Purdy 932 ," 6.37 6.17 9 57 Jewel M. Larson 6.60 " 0 go The Northwestern Mut. Life ins. Co of Milwaukee, W|a ' 9 57 " 9.20 ., 9.67 „ 6.8» „ 8.60 9.44 3.67 4 59 J. A. McDonald '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" 275 '.', '.'. 3'.83 . NEi? •• " 40 - !!'.•;;;::::: '\'\a You and each of you whose uum«a appear Iu the within schedule 'aVo' hereby notified that tald report will come on for hvurlng before the Boitrd ot SUD- cTvlaoru at their office In AlKunu. Iowa, on the 15th duy of November 1331 at 2 o'clock P. M. At Bald liearlntf any of the above apportionments muy bo in creased or may bo adopted without furlher notice. Unless you file written objection* to uald report on or before noun of aal.l duy the name will be presumed to have betn conclusively waived ••«•* All aBseShtnentB may be paid In full without Interest if paid 'wlthlu twenty days from date assessment la confirmed. wimm twenty Dated at Alsona, Iowa, this 15th day of October. 1931 * 3 -** K- J BUTLEH. County Auditor.

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