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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1937
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the Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 14,1937 TAKE BURT BOY, PARALYSIS CASE, DOWNTOIA.CITY Three Burt Children Are Now Patients; 4th at Home Burl: Glenn Graham, one of the four infantile paralysis patients of last fall, was taken to Iowa City Sunday for treatments at the University hospital. Two of the other victims, Barbara Thompson and LaVonne Greise. have been in the hospital for several weeks. The fourth patient. little Jean Gettman. is being treated at home. On the Sick List Edward Chaftee has been seriously ill for the past week or two. Others, who have been on the sick list are Mrs. Paul Moore. C. B. Chipman. I. W. Hansen. F. L. Ryerson, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe, Mrs. George Wessel and daughter. Lurcna and Mrs. Arthur Leascn. Back from Const LeRoy Lee and Dean Mann returned Friday from California. TTiey took a load of Mrs. Anna Ryerson's furniture to her son. Dr. Paul Ryerson, who lives In Arizona and then went on to visit Mr. Lee's parents, who live in California, to spend the holidays. Farmers Snowed In A snow plow cleared the streets Monday. Some of the farmers on the side roads are obliged to walk to town for supplies, as they are -unable to drive a car through the drifts. The Philip Puffers, Corwith, spent Sunday at the C. I. Man•smith home. Boettcher Bros, shipped four truck loads of cattle to St Paul Monday night SupL and Mrs. Condit Bowie -were guests at a goose dinner at the Enos Wrede home Sunday. LeRoy Burger, star route carrier, has a new Chevrolet truck, which be is using to carrying the mail. Robert Moore has been working at the F. L. Ryerson farm, while Mr. Ryerson has been 111 with the flu. Joyce Meyers celebrated her birthday Friday afternoon with a party for a number of her little friends. H. E. Rachut went to Manly on Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Wm. Rachut, who has been III with flu, but was better. Lydia Mansmith is working at the W. W. Boettcher home while Mrs. Boettcher is laid up with a felon on her finger. Zita Giddings, who has been visiting her parents since Christmas, left Saturday evening for Chicago, where she is employed. About thirty men put on another fox hunt last Sunday, south of Burt. Although a couple of foxes were sighted, none were captured. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher were Sunday dinner guests at the F. A. Ringsdorf home. It was the Ringsdorfs' sixteenth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. August Bauman. Lakota. spent last week Tuesday at the John Kuchenreuther home. Mrs. Bauman is Mr. Kuchenreuth- er's sister. The Art Fandels were Sunday dinner guests at the Arnold Elbcrt home in Algona. Mr. Elbert is Mr. Fandel's nephew. In the afternoon they visited Mr. Fandel's parents in Whittemore. Eldon Crawford left Monday for his home at Osage after spending a week here with his brother. George, at the A. G. Volentine home. The George Crawfords spent New Years at Osage and he came back with them. Mrs. John Kuchenreuther is able to be up again after being confined to her bed for two weeks with a severe attack of flu. Mr. Kuchen- reuther has also been in poor health for some time. Mildred Hirsch is working at the Kuchen- reuther home. Irvington Family Moves to Algona Irvington: The Wm. Greenfield family moved last week into Algona to the new home which they recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield have been among Irvington's most respected citizens and will be missed by their many friends. The Greenfield family have resided in this vicinity about eighteen years. Eldon Stoffel left for Rochester Monday morning to have a couple of his teeth extracted. Cysts had formed at the roots of the teeth affecting the jaw bone. GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBEKG AUTO SUPPLY 3*-tf Safety First! Valuable Property should be kept in a Safe Deposit Box. We have the right size box for your needs at reasonable rental. Security State Bank ALGONA, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. comroRT BANCROFT FOLKS LEAVE ON TRIP TO CALIFORNIA Schumachers and Lawrence Menkes on Two Months' Vacation Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menke and daughter, Maxine started on a two months' trip to California, Wednesday. Mrs. Menke is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schumacher. Mr. Schumacher recently purchased a streamlined trailer in which the trip will be mnde. They also plan to visit in Texas and other points of interest. .T. H. Sheridan was a business visitor in Algona. Monday. Isabel Saunders was a dinner guest Sunday of Frances and Regina Berens. C. M. Baker attended a Master Barbers' meeting in Algona Monday evening. Lee Conlon. Armstrong, was a dinner guest at the J. H. Sheridan home. Monday. John Sheridan was a dinner guest at the Alice R. Cairy home in Whittemore, Sunday. Joseph Sherman and daughter, Margery visited relatives and friends in Humboldt. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Merrill entertained as dinner guests Sunday Lawrence Becker and Betty Sheridan. Mrs. Eva Mason and daughters, Mrs. a N K-lerscht and Mrs. Evans Carmean. were visitors in Des Moines. Monday. Mrs. R. E. Hutton returned on Tuesday from a month's visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. F. Bakeman in Washington, D. C. The members of the Catholic Ladies' Sodality entertained at a card party at the church auditorium Tuesday. Those on the committee are Mrs. Joseph Fox, Mrs. Eva Kennedy and Mrs. Mike Droessler. Mrs. Chas. Fox entertained six little girls at dinner Sunday in honor of her daughter, Mary Alice's eighth birthday. The guests Included Marilyn Wilhelmi, Mary Ann Menke, Shirley Kennedy, Delores Klnsey, Malvern Nemmers and Mary McNertney. Mrs. Enos Kohnke entertained the Three Table club at bridge on Monday evening. Mrs. R. E. Weber won first prize, Mrs. Andy Deitering cut prize and Mrs. L. J. Mouse! won low prize. Clara Nemmers and Jessie StebrlU were the guests of the club. Patricia Saunders celebrated her 15th birthday Tuesday. In honor of the occasion her mother, Mrs. Leo Saunders, entertained eight girls at dinner. The guests included Mary Dyer, Inez Menke, Lillian McDonald, Maureen Wolfe, Betty Baker, Inez Hood and Monica Bakar. Portland Baby Falls, Hurts Head Portlands Little Sharon Lee Waltman, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waif Waltman, fell on Thursday, striking her head on a magazine rack. A few stitches were taken to repair the wound. Chicken Pox Victims Ruby and Donald Hood, Eugene Waltman and Betty Stewart are having, a siege of the chicken pox. Afore Flu Patient* Jane Keith was absent from school the past week with influenza, Miss Bernlce Dodds, employed at the Wayne Keith home and Mrs. Keith, are both ill. Other patients are Mrs. George Lanning, Mrs. J. P. Helderscheidt and Mrs. S. M. Petersen. Henry Smith has been bedfast over a week, but is. much better now. Little Joan McWhorter is better also. The Alfred Godfredsons and the Sam Winchells were Algona callers Monday. School District No. 3 was closed Friday. The teacher. Miss Sarah Keeling, was unable to reach the school from Algona due to bad i pads. A few Portland ladles met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee Thursday afternoon to finish constructing looms which will be used for a rug weaving lesson to be given by Miss Nora Workman from | Ames. Those present were Mrs. Tony Jandl. Mrs. John Trunkhill and Mrs. Martin Becker. Mrs. Bierstedt and Mrs. Householder, of Lone Rock, were guests. The hostess served a delightful lunch. The Portland ladles are urged to attend the rug-weaving lesson to be given at Algona Friday. 11 HAVE "FLIT ATLUVERNE But All Are Reported Im proved or Up and Around LuVerne: There has been a great deal of sickness in this community as in others. Among those who are confined to their homes with the flu are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mrs. Grant Jennings, Mrs. Wm. Ramus, Fred Hlnz and the Paul Phillips, and Harry Flemings. The Arthur Rileys are able to be out after a siege. J. J. Wadleigh is quite ill and Mrs. Wadleigh and Louise are also patients. Mrs. J. S. Scultz is suffering from sciatic rheumatism. Short Course Postponed The Short Course scheduled for last Friday and Saturday at the Vernon school was postponed until Monday and Tuesday on account of blocked roads. Last year this annual event had to be postponed for several weeks for the same reason so the date was set earlier this year. IRVINGTON NEWS Many cases of sickness have been reported. Kenneth Roney is having a siege of pneumonia. The Morris Parsons are recovering from the flu as also is Mrs. Geo. Hackman. Green Bros, entertained at a carnival dance at the Irvington hall on Tuesday, Jan. 12. The local club dance will be' held on Jan, 22, being postponed from last week due to the extreme cold weather and blocked roads. Several from this vicinity attended the funeral last Tuesday of Robert Leason, Sr., held at the Burt Presbyterian church. In the early nineties the Leason family lived on the Jacob Maasdam farm and also occupied a place directly across the road south of the Frank Dltsworth farm. Mrs. Arthur Trauger visited her sons in Des Moines over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus, Jr., Des Moines, spent the week end in LuVerne. City Bills Flu Hits Homes In Union Twp. Union: Mrs. Nick Krieps has been taken ill with the flu. Mrs. Charles Peters has been having ear trouble in connection with the flu. Donald Boevers has been taking sinus treatments, for an aftermath of the flu. Mrs. Geo. Boevers was taken down with the flu Tuesday. Ralph Taylor has been confined to his bed with the flu a couple of days this week. Notice of Sale Notice Is hereby given that the School Board of German Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, will sell at public sale on Wed, January 27. 1917, at the Center School Home, situated on the southeast quarter of Section sixteen (16), German Township, KossuU.' County, Iowa, j «-.<i n ,, the same being one (1) mile ««« L, "*",*, and four (4) miles north of Tlton-|General Electric erty, team Oliver Bakfcen, labor 28.00 Oliver Bakken, labor 34.30 George Gander, labor — 14.00 George Gunder, labor — 29.40 Frank Skllllng, labor ... 45.50 Wm Nenroth et al, labor- 83.30 J. Greenberg, mdse. 16.78 Wat. C. Dau Garage, mdse 31.30 C. A. Heard, repairs 3.25 F. 8. Norton & Son, mdgft. 49.41 Kohlhaas & Spllles, mdse. 24.75 Victor Lowe, mdse. 14.43 Pratt Electric Co., mdse.. 8.38 Harms OH Co., kerosene. 4.95 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse 23.72 Austin Western Road mach, rndee. 47.57 Kent Motor Co., repairs.. 10.80 Milo Rentz, tabor 23.40 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 16.65 Dr. L. W. Fox, services .. 6.30 Mrs. Nettie Fisher, refund on license *. 37,50 Algona Upper Des Moines, printing 36.13 Advance Pub. Co., printing 14.13 Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump - 20.00 Mrs. A. M. Collinson, matron 20.00 Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent -» 25.00 Kruse-'Blossom Ins. Ag'cy, Ins on truck 44.10 Geo. Holtzbauer, mdse. 13.42 Norton Mach. Works, mdse. 47.79 Nelson Hardware Co., mdse. 2.49 Johnson DX Service, gas. 16.29 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 Geo. Palmer et al, labor - 783.18 A. Heard, repairs 2.50 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 491.84 6.23 Boisfdrd Lombfer Co., mdae. -•*-.—— DEPOSIT FUND Herman Erdman et al, refund deposit ff.OO C. C. WrlgM, salary . *5.00 240.00 4.00 2.29 52.00 Algona PlrB Co., fires — Clapp's Master Service, charges 3kelly OH Co., gM and oil Kruse-Blossom Ins. Ag'cy, ins. on truck P. W. A. CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT Stipp, Perry, Bannister A Staf- zinger Service* 522.76 Currle Engineering Co., services 400.00 ADAH CARLSON, ClOTk. GrtJAllAKTE«D CORD WOOD SAWS 30 in; $6.00 32 in, $6.75 Plua Tax Mall Orders Billed Saw Gumming and Filing Diamond Point Saw Shop 238 S. Federal Mason City, la. Read The Want Ada— It Pay*. Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little If any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. Tou can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. Tou are welcome to come in for examination without charges. At that time I can explain In detail my method of treatment. Office Hours 9-5 Evening by Appointment Phones: Res. 641, Office 187 DR. S. W. MEYER, D. O. General Hospital, Algona, Iowa (3 blks. So. Ford Garage) 2-4 Joint Anniversaries Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett were guests of honor at the Louis Bode home Tuesday evening, Jan. 12th. The Sarchetts and the Bodes were both married 21 years ago on the same day. A group of friends were entertained at cards.' High score for the ladies was won by Mrs. Robert Sarchett and low by Mrs. Clair Winkie. High score for the men was captured by Frank Crulkshank and low and travel prizes went to Emil Stoffel. Mrs. Earl Taylor visited her mother, Mrs. L. J. DeGraw at Algona Monday, who has been having the flu. Mrs. Vern Reibhoff, who broke her leg a few weeks ago, is able to be up and about the house some of the time. Melvin Alt was surprised by a group of neighbor friends Tuesday evening, Jan. 15th, it being his 21st birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will attended the funeral last wetk of the wife of the tenant of their farm near Jackson, Minn. .She was only yj years of age and died from a heart ailment. Official Notice LESS EXPENSE This Winter know the ideal comfort of a warm home, for the greatest amount of heat at the least possible expense try a load of Peerless Chemacol Processed Coal. It is cleaner, it takes less to heat your home, and therefore you have less shoveling to do. Prompt, Efficient Delivery Telephone 256 Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Ltl.dS. W. pi of :tii, U. . UKI. .-alii . . .-'• ..-ll'ill Twi:Iily-., T.,ivi,hl,ij, •it II.e .'-III I>. Ill , Ko:<,', lovvu, thence wert of y on 11..- houih lii.e of T\v. nt y six i 2G ), an-1 ':vt-ii I'J7), said ,i liaiiK'-. u ilUlance of PPioMiuaiely U.n_i_-fourths (%; of ,1 mil.-. The Hoard of liallroad Coniiiila- .loinis ha.i Hi,.,I li..: second (ir.d) •l.iy of February, l'j;!7. ten (10) o , lock a. in, In It* nlftce at Dee Moiiii-y, Iowa. UM l lie Unit and place for hearing Said petit Any ol.J,-. Hoi, of such ins,' an,I Ilk-,] u. triplicate with thin Hoard al least live 15) Java before • lull- of hearing. Tliu Hoard of Kail- road CoinmUsloiK-ra »ugge»U that II.,- objector be leprettented at the I,curing by someone who ha» full authority to act for it. liuteij at iJea Molnea, Iowa, January 6. 1937. HOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS OF THE STATE OP IOWA ATTEST J J Lynch, Secretary. Kllu E 26D1 2-3 to the gfraiitlng must be In wrlt- nd nd nd December 31, 1936. The City Council met at the City Hall in regular session. Mayor Specht in chair. The Councilman present were White, Foster, Kaln, Kohlhaas, and Miabach. Absent: Overmyer. The minutes of the laet meeting were read and approved. A motion was made and carried that appropriating ordinance No. 458 be placed on final passage. A motion was made and carried to purchase 500 feet of 1%-in. fire hose. A cigaret permit was granted to H. S. Beatty. The following bills were allowed. ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 180.00 Leo Bellock, salary 135.00 F. C. Dalley, salary 135.00 Tom Hatpin, salary 20.00 Tom Hatpin, salary 110.00 Walter Gorman, salary .. 130.00 H. E. Stephenson. salary. 125.00 Ray Barton, salary 125.00 C. C. Wright, salary 80.00 Adah Carlson, salary 135.00 Wm. Johnson, labor 80.00 Vlrgtl Schroeder. labor .. 95.85 Ernst O. Tble4, meter 22.20 Supply . • Corp., mdse. 231.48 Brtbm* Special Product* Co., mdM. 7.68 Terry-Durln Co., mdse. _. 157.71 General Electric Co., mdse. 377.10 Electric Supply Co., mdse. 104.76 Lino Material Co., mdse. . 29.34 Westlnghouse Elec. Supply Co., mdae 197.13 Save Electric Corp., mdse. 18.81 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. 983.23 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., rndse. 35.10 Shell Petroleum Corp., gaa oil 1946.20 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, gaa oil freight L. 1389.18 Socony Vacuum Oil Co., heavy oil 189.23 W. W. Sullivan, P. M., box rent .75 Western Union, service .. .60 Hawcott & OKK, mdae. .56 Pratt Electric Co., mdae.- 68.84 George Free, returned goods 10.00 Cresco Union Electric Co., signs 5.59 Irvington Electric Co., signs 3.28 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 23.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 9.55 H. W. Post, freight 51.55 R'y Express Agency, express 5.22 Mrs. C. W. Green, labor:. 5.05 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service 22.71 Advance Pub. Co., print. . 9.26 Norton Machine Works, labor 25.12 Krutie-BlosBom ina. Ag'cy, prem. car ins. 27.00 Geo. Holtzbauer, mdse. .. 4.38 Algona U. D. M., printing 8.10 Nelson Hardware, mdae. _ 4.00 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 70.00 Frank Ostrum, .salary 125.00 Harry Barton, salary 120.00 I-aura Mitchell, salary .. 105.00 Karl Bowman, labor 120.00 Ceo. Palmer et al, salary. 7.6-1 John Nurdstrum c-t al, labor 46.25 ll'imelite Corp., mdse. 30.00 Lclghton Supply Co., mdee. 34.84 The hukenheimwr (.'<>., mdae. 2!i.«8 Neptune Meter Co., mdae. 186.25 Den Muiiies Blue Print Co., rndse. 9.79 I-aing & Muekt-y, labor -- 10.49 Kohlhaas & Sjjilles, rndse. 1.63 Sktily Oil Co., gai) and oil 23.76 H. W. i'ust, freight aud dray. 19.03 Advance i'ub. Co., printing situated on tbe •outheait corner of Section t at German Town- Bhip. The school-home l» 30 feet long, 20 feet wide and 8 feet high (Inside). The entry la 8 feet wide and 20 feet long. The coal-house In 8 feet square with 6 foot gtuddlngs. School-house District No. 2 la situated on the northwest corner of Section 10. German Town- *»hlp. The Hchool-house Is 40 fret long. 16 feet wide and 9 feel high. The coal-house la 8 feet square and 6 feet high. Hchool-houae District No. 3 Is situated on the northwest corner of Section 8, German town- whip. The school-house Is 3 ( » feet long, 10 feet wlilt- and 'J feet hiKh umi it Is plaHter?«l. The coal houne Is 12 feet lont;. S feet wlile, ami 8 feet hlffh. Schiinl-huuHe Illntrlct No. -1 I" hltUiile.l or: the northwest rorn- i r of .Section la. German TOWM- »Mp. The *ch«i>l-tlDllse IM 4'< feet lontf, 1»". feet wldt; and II fe.-t lilBh. Tt.e coal-house Is in feet long, 8 feet wide and 7 feet high. School-house IMstrlct No. 5 Is Mt lotted on the. southeast corner of Section 16. German Township. The Mchool-house Is 3ti feet Ions, V> feet wlilu ar.d 10 feet l.lKli. The coal-house U 10 feet I'.UK, 8 feet wide a-ld 6 Vj feet high. School-houne District No. 6 Is Hltuated on the tioutheaat corner of .Section II, Oerman Township. The school-house IK 3H feet long, 18 feet wide and 9 feet I.IK'I. The coal-house la In feet long, 10 feet wide and 6 feet high. The coal-house la 8 feet long, 8 feet wide and 6 feet high. .Si-hool-house District No. 7 la otiuaied on the aouthwent corner of .Section 25, German Towr.- »Mp. TI.e achool-tiouue Itt 2S I..i li/nK, Iii feet wide and S feel hlgfi. The coai-liouwe In ]J feet long, lu feet wide and 6 leet high. School-house District No. 8 la *it uale'i on the southwest corner of Section 27, German Town- J-lil|». Tl.e «cUool-l.ouae In ii'* I. el long. ^U feet wide Ulld » leet high. The entry U ^') feet lor.K. h feet wide and 7 Vi feet The (.oal-houiie la 1^ feet h.i-K. I'l feet whle and 6 feel high. And ei^t't 'HI cii culat Ing i-;.!. r- nil in good i-'.nilltloi). Tii---.r l,.-;ilern will It,: on di»I-.i, at tVl.lel School House oo 'Iii -.- of Male. I'.l-Mililf in;.v In; open or Healed ,1.1.- Se.ued hld» Will he acce|.t.:,l • V .-..i,| s.-i.ool Hoai.l U|. I.) Monday. .iiiiiarv j.". l'j:{7,'l ^ale to Html .ill, ti.e hiKi.ent s-.-.lie.l hhj. The i«i.i i"l hciiool-hoiihe.-! al/ove de-| •' llln-'l l.;iv.: ni.t I,cell |-elllovt:'i l« li,II..-II I <-hl..-ct Ive locations. T.-n.'iK - i - :i.-l. Sale slaria at 1:00 • in M. li I'i Ingle, anclloneei i'.UN nm'KKI.MAN, I're.H of Hoard ; 1; WKI.HOC.SK.V, .Sec'y of Hoard Notice of Sheriff's Sale /TATK Of IOWA. i.U.^l.TH OjlJNTV, bU. 10522. Notice la hereby given that by virtue uf ripecial Execution directed to me from thu Clerk of thu Di&ulci Court of KoHoUlh County. lov-a, on a Judgment rendered In aald Court on the 10th day of Utc- eiobel. I'J'J'j, i.'i favor of Home Own- Loan Corporation au plaintiff, iiainst William A. I-tidendorrt l.olla G. Ladendorff. huaband wife as defendant*, fur the auiii of i-'ifiten Hundred Sixty-One & iM-l'ju (|15C1.S4) Dollara and costs, taxed at lOlfhty & 76-1UO 11*0.76) Doilai* and coata, I have levied upon the following deiiciibed real property aa the properly of the said William A. and l.olla G i-adunilorff to ttatlafy said execution, to-wlt: Lot Four (4) In Block Fourteen (M) of Davldaon'a First Addltloi: to Burt. Iowa. And I will proceed to sell said property, or no much thereof aa may he iiecesnary to aatlafy aatd execution with coata and accruing coat* at public auction, to the nlgheut bidder, for caah, In hand, on thu •J6th day of January. 1937. at the .u»t door of the Court House In, In Kouauth County, Towa, ut the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. of Hiiid day, when aril wt.ere due attendance will l>« tflven by the undersigned. Dat«d thin 23rd day of December, 1936. CARL DAHI.HAUHKR, Sheriff of Ko»uth County, Iowa. By C. J. CUIXEN. Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon ft Llnnan, Plaintiff* Attorney*. 1-1 12.24 Kruse-BloiiBom Ins. Ag'cy, preni. ins. on truck 17.10 GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary 125.00 H. A, Van Alstyne, salary 20.00 H. A. Van AUtyne, salary 97.00 R. H. Valentine, salary — 100.00 ilovey Super Service, gas and oil 13.45 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service 3.32 Sain Kaufman, labor 3.00 Kirsch Laundry, labor .. 1.21 Tosn Akre, rent — 10.42 Frank Green, dog* 2.60 Jesse I.ashbrook, salary - 60.00 Jesse lasbbrook, salary , £5.00 Elliott Skilliug, man and team 86.00 Elliott SkillLng, man and team -- 18.20 Wlllard G reason, man and team 81.00 WillarJ Grecian, own and FARM TENANTS ATTENTION Desiring to assist all "QUALIFIED FARM TENANTS" who would like to make an application to the FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION for sufficient funds to enable them to purchase a farm under the proposed farm tenant law, the following information is requested. The fact that -you have completed this blank, does not In any way bind the government, any of Its officials, employees or representatives to loan you money to buy land. An questions most be answered, using typewriter or Ink only. Age Where Born.. I Applicant's Name Wife's Name Age '..... Where Born- Children, Boys at home, Ages Girls at home, Ages Amount of Life Insurance, Applicant Wife Children FARMING EXPERIENCE Number of years for self a helper or hired hand Size acres. By whom owned Address Size acres. By whom owned Address By whom owned Address By whom owned Address Cash or Share Rent paid, if cash give gross amount Type of farming pursued „ Have yon ever owned a farm and If so what disposition was made of it Size acres. Size acres. Have you ever been divorced or taken Bankruptcy? ~ ~ « - _.........._.™...._. If «o, have these case* been settled? _ » I am now equipped with Live Stock and Machinery to farm .....acres, and (have or haw not) all my own help to do the labor. FINANCIAL, STATEMENT L . No. Amt Amount Cash on hand Stocks A Bonds Good notes Horses & Mules Stock cattle MTlcTT Pigs Sheep Ewes Lambs Chickens 1 Grain & feed 1 Corn Oats "Hay" Mach., condition 1 (fair, good, excellent) Total | 1 Notes due Bank* froUs due others Chattel Mtge. notes Notes endorsed for others Amt borrowed on Ins. Accounts payable Total Other Debts Net Worth The above statement it a true on* of the financial condition of my wife and myself, a* of this date. FARM DESIRED By whom owned Address Size of farm acres. Legal description , Co State Price per acre asked by present owner Your value No. of acres suitable for crop Acres In permanent grass Haa this land been operated under a systematized rotation crop rotation plan? If to what has the procedure been? . Has. this farm been operated In accordance with the AAA? How far do you live from this farm Present condition of soil? buildings? , fences? , tile? , well What repairs do you think are necessary now or will be in the next five years? Annual taxes distance from school miles, on type of road Distance to electric power service miles. Distance from nearest railroad town miles, population of town , name county , state What crops have been grown on this farm In the past ten years and what has been the average yield? Is this above or below the average for this type of farm, for the county in which this farm is located Do you think you could increase the yields per acre on this farm and if so how would you go about doing it? Would you be willing to cooperate with the Government in a crop production program as long as you owed it money? If the interest rate is not In excess of 3% par annum, how long do you think it would take you to pay for this farm If the prices you receive for what you produce are average? yrs. How much money of your own can you pay down on a farm? Do you or your wife expect to receive any inheritance during the next twenty years? If so, about how much and from whom? „. Would you be willing to Increase the amount of Life Insurance you are now carrying and in the event of death have the proceeds from the policy apply against the Indebtedness on the farm?.... Would you be willing to keep your personal property Insured (or a reasonable amount during tbe time you are paying for your farm and also keep it fr«« of debt? Applicant's Signature. W« suggest that all farm UoauU who are interested in purchasing a farm home of their own fill this blank out IMMEDIATELY and either mail It to us or bring it in at the earliest possible date. The propoMd law anticipates that tbwr* will only be $60,000,000.00 a year available tor the purchase of farms and with sorn* six million tenants wb/> may want to Uk« advantag• of tali WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY, we suggest TOU COME IN AT ONCB OR GAUL, VB. DO NOT DELAY. ACT NOW. IF you do not h»v« « farm in mind, w* bav* several hundred for you to choes* from, priced right. Mgona, Iowa MCDONALD & co. UetWMd HMl BsUU Brolwrt PAOM

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