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The Upper Des Moines-Republicafl, November 5, 1930 Academy Foot Ball Game Postponed. The football game between St. Cecelia's academy and the Catholic academy at Pocahontas last Saturday was called off because of the sudden death of one of the Pocahontas coaches on the previous Monday. He dropped dead of heart failure while watching his charges prac'ice. The game will be played at a future date.' Fenton News Items SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nail of Britt j visted Sunday at the homc of Mr. Nail's sister ,Mrs. August Klrschbaum j and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter. Edith, spent. Sunday visit- Ing at the Jordan home near Irving- tcn. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Spooner of LuVerne were Monday evening caller? at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Steven south of town. Miss Pearl Steven, teacher in the Rudd public schools, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven north of town. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Steven and bnbv. Boys Garage — A transaction took place last week in which Homer Huskamp purchased the business of Peter Jensen, proprietor of the Jensen Motor Company, possession being given November first. Mr. Huskamp has taken over Mr. Jensen's contract and will continue to handle Chevrolet cars. The new flrm will be known ns the Huskamp Chevrolet Company. H. C. Llndsey, who has bren the salesman will remain in that capacity and Hnrry Widdel. the efficient mechanic. will continue his work in the pnraEte re> pair department. Homer is wrll known hivin" grown up in this com- t rtm d» wfoh him -. and his success in hi? new venture. The Jensens have made no definite plans for the future nnd will continue to make their home here for the present. Car Turns Over- Miss Martha Gilberts, music nnd English instructor in our local high school, escaped serious injury- wnilc returning from her home in Gamer Sunday oveninp about six o'clock. Two miles east of Whittemore on the pnve- ment she met. n cnr with bright lights, which blinded her and she ran into the ditch, overturning the car. A croun of Fenton young' people happened alone and took her to Whittemore where Dona Belle of Corwith spent Sunday : ncr " Bounds were dressed by Dr. Mc- cvening a week ago with Mr. and Mrs. i crcery A deep gash i" her forehead •*'— J "' Mr. Steven is Lloyd's . rprn ,iniie five "damns nnd numerous LlO'-d Steven. uncle. A large number of around people were Pnturc'.?v with their frun shined up. Thev were out nclvantnce of open season and pheasants. MKs Ila Olson spen other minor cuts and bruises prrvrd to be the extent, of her injuries. Tne was but slirhtly dama-red nnd was tnkiiiT driven to Fenton by one of 1 the ! she was able *o resume hei ! Monday morning. the pnrtv. her duties on chased a ten tube and Theodore Weisbrod a thirteen tube radio of Chas. Weisbrod last week. Miss Beulah Brahn of Sanborn visited at the home of her friend, Mrs. F. P. Newel from last week Thursday until this week Monday. Mr. and Mrs Jesse O'Keefe and th"lr daughter, Etta, of Ledyard were entertained Sunday at the home of the latter's brother, Sam Warner. Mr. nnd M 1- s. Sally Warner and baby Sally Ann of Des Moines arrived here last Friday evening for a visit at the parental Sam Warner home, Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod and children drove to Whi'teinore last week Saturday afternoon and Hazel enrolled ns a violin student at the academy. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bonn drove over from Mankato Saturday for the open season on pheasants. They were guests at the R. C. Goetch home. Mrs. Knte Newel and Mrs. John Boevers drove to Hartley Saturday for a visit at the home of the former's son. LeRoy Newel. They returned on Sunday. Mrs. F. C. GiblJcns and children of Hurt spent several davs at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss while some interior painting was beincr j done in her home. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham atte'id- ed n Hallowe'en party at Hurt last week Thursdav evening, given bv the Fortni'-'htly club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Gerhnrdt. 288 NEW 20 OUT OF DATE ONES Nearly All Placed in Groups •-•Men's Men's Suits Mr. and Ml'?. C. B. Bvooker am! K.™^nn. hrfpod i^bSr-i^r^^^^, _ PJ _ n uv S'fHftH'rSlli - number n r law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, . g dnv when n jJcnschoter move and get settled in ,~™? V-Ativc* with wen filled limc-h their new home. • -' " dropnerl into her Dome in t tn heln her cd.ebrp.'e her Those" ntt»ndin<r * Viola Mitchell nnd children. Mrs. L. J Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Frnser and children moved into the house owned by Mr Par-ley last Thursday from Slater, Iowa, near Storv City. Th?y lived near Algona some years ago. Mr. snd Mrs. John Harris and daughters attended church in Algona Sun- <1av ninrnin?. and his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris and family came home with them and spent the day. Miss Ila Olsen. teacher of the Sexton school, had five new pupils enrolled in school Monday morning. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. j. A. Praser, who live in the Pasley house. Mrs. John Huff, Sr., has been stay-ing with her son, Cecil Huff in LuVerm helping care for her little grandson, Junior, who was operated on for ap- pendictis. He is now up and Mrs. Huff came home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and little son drove down to Gilmore City Sunday morning where they spent the day visiting with old friends and neighbors, returning late Sunday evening. Mr. Greenfield did the chores for him j Ringstcd this week Monday. Sunday evening. j MJss A , vi] . a Krause of Garner spent Mr. arid. Mrs. Harvey Steven hadi the week end at the home of her par- Thev returned home Sunday. Mrs. Albert Goetsch of Clinton came Sunday for a visit at the C. H. Gcron- homc ' Mrs ' Gopt!:eh ls n slst " ° f birhd-n Those ntt»nin<r ™™ p - s " ' ' , l; n „„,.„'. Mr rnd Mrs. Chris. Widdel. Mrs. Gcronsin and will be remembered Mr. and Mrs Theodore Weisbrod. Mrs ^ here as Miss Esther Willadson. Wetsbr^d and daughter. Nettie. Mr. am! Mrs. Walter Widdel and sons. Mrs. I John Boevers. Mr. and Mrs. Hnn— Widdel and fnmilv and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gaade and family. Miss Hazel Knnpp of Bnlfe was n Sunday guest at the P. P. Newel homc. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. S'oeber were Fcrt Dodge business visitors last week Tuesday. Little Betty Jsan Schwartz was ill with the flu last week and unable to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller were entertained at tine H. P. Rasmusscn home in Ringsted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller were visitors at the home of Martin Benson at relatives from Des Moines who came up to take advantage of the open season on pheasants last Saturday. They weri Dave Sullivan and two sisters with their 'husbands, who are cousins of Mrs. Steven, and six other friends, who obtained their limit of the birds, and left; for their homes by three o'clock verjrinuch satisfied. ' * Mrs. Drusilla Noble is in Mason City ' Hind- there with her daughter, Mrs. Martin •fqrA, twho Js IntfieMercy hospital &fter Waving- an' operation for eppendl- citls last week Monday afternoon. Mrs. Hinders la getting along nicely now and will be home hi a week or so. Mr. Hinders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hinders of near Woden are keeping tile twins while,their mother is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and little son, Donald LeRoy of Mason City spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller south of town. They attended Sunday School here Sunday morning and visited with old friends and neighbors. Mrs. Miller was formerly A!?ina Johnson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson, now of Rockford, formerly living east of town where Alfred Grosenbach now lives. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause. Miss Vivian Glaus of Estherville spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Glaus. Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey attended the funeral of Mrs. Andrew Godfredson at Algona last Tuesday afternoon. | day at the home of Mrs. E. C. Weis- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and their brod. Mrs. Raymond Reimers of Ring- daughter, Shirley Mae, spent Saturday sted wen. high score. Refreshments and Sunday at the P. Janssen home were served at the close of the after in Sibley. The Woman's Foreign Missionary EO- rie'y will hold their regular meetini this week Thursday afternoon at the M. E. church parlor. The hostesses will be Mesdames" H. P. and Philip Wcls- brcd. Mr. and Mrs. Hardcastle of Ayrshire were six o'clock dinner guests at the home of Superitendent G. D. Belken Sunday evening. Mr. Hardcastlc is pricinpal and coach in the Ayrshire high school. About fifty Epworth League members enjoyed a Hallowe'en party in the church p'arlor last Thursday evening with Rev. and Mrs. Snj-dor as host and hostess. Games were played and refreshments served. Misss Laura Battle accompanied her sister, Mrs. R. J. Haxby and husband and her mother, Mrs. A. C. Battle of Jefferson to Fairmont Sunday where they visited at the home of Miss Battle's aunt, Mrs. Henry Mielke. Paul Eigler celebrated his twenty- third birthday by entertaining sixteen of his friends at a bridge party In the shelter house at the Call State Park at Algona, last Thursday evening, A hot Inch was enjoyed after the games. The members of the afternoon bridge were entertained last week Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe returned last week Wednesday from Savannah. JVT'ssouri, where the latter took treatments. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Kluss and daughter Mrs. P. C. Gibbons and children of Hurt spent Sunday at the Ed. Zwiefe! homc in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Currav and son. Russell of Wallincford visited Sunday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Emma Curry. Miss Ellen Wolfe left last week on Thursday for an extended visit at the home of" her niece, Mrs. Calvin Householder at Lone Rock. Chas. Langerman of Fairmont pur- noon. Leslie Bieakley, Wm. Bristow, Harry Tilden and Mr. Newcombar all of Des Moines drove over Saturday lor pheasant hunting. They were guests at the F H. Bohn, P. C. Bailey and Philip Wander homes. They returned home Monday. Many cf the congregation of the M. &83XO&SOX^&^^ Choice of any suit in the store. If there's a suit wi»rtli $-">0 it's Hart, Schaft'ner & Marx, all u ? 27.85 40 at Each and every suit not up to date, for styles. .Regardless of umke^or cost. Includes C ~"~ T> <«J A- ~\\ V»v ll. O. IX' J.U. MEN'S SUITS—Sixes and styles for nearly all ages. Includes stouts and slims. II. S. & M. Blue serges. Men's and Young Men's Suits Not a poor one in tlie lot, All the late? coloring's Men s § • m The choicest good) ones. of the Good enough for the best society. Includes full dress and OO OC Tuxedos at _^'^ tj Boys' Longie Suits $9.50 Knickers -$5.85 and $7.85 Let Us Show You How to Make a Long Pant Suit for $195 Shoes, $8 grades _ _'_ - -$4.85 A big lot for $3.85 One lot for $2.95 Going Out of Business Ed. M. Smith " a Good "Loser. Spencer News-Herald: Newspapers over the state are praisnig Ed. Smith, ..^^ ^ ^ ^.^^^ ^ v.., .... , editor of the Wimerset Madisonian and E. church brought their lunch baskets | for the moment secretary of state, who and enjoyed a cafeteria dinner in the i was defeated in the race for the guber- church dining room Sunday. The pur- natcrial nomination by aDn W. Turn" A Few Bargains in pose of the meeting was raising funds lor the church budget and met with considerable success. The filth and sixth grade pupils, under the supervision of tiieir teacher, Miss Lillian Rasmussen, gave a Hal- lowe'en program last, week Wednesday evening. Tue room was appropriately deco:ated for the occasion and many visitors were present to enjoy the program. Sixteen members of the local Broth- I The W. H. Duncan family who have been living here the past few years, left Friday for their new home at Montgomery, Minnesota. Mr. Duncan has been in charge of the Interstate Power Company's interests at this place. Mr. and Mrs. tichriner of Jackson, Michigan, arrived here last week anil will spend the winter here with Mrs. Schriner's mother, Mrs. Marie Stroble. Mr. bchriner has been employed in a factory at Jackson, but a great many oi tne factories have been closed, throwing hundreds of men out of work. er of Corning, because he has taken his defeat so gracefully. They call him a good loser, and he surely is, if in fact he has lost anything. If you ask us what we think about we'll tell you that Ed. Smith is the winner. Dan Turner will be the next governor of Iowa. He's wanted to be that for a long time and now his ambition is soon to be achieved. It is an honor not accorded every man. But there are responsibilities to be taken care of and The Seneca consolidated school op- ••uesticns to be solved, not to mention I ened Monday alter a two weeks' vaca- SENECA NEWS on leaving the injured man lie. was, however, picked up by a youth and taken to a nearby farm house. Mr. Buerkins never regained conscious- Rlpley, Jane's mother, Alice Lenihan; Mrs. Pixley,-looking for husband number' two, Ruth Jensen; Mrs. Mansfield Taylor Barren, an English social leader, Helen Patterson; Carilla The juniors of the Seneca high Link, a necro maid, Eva Krn.cht; Jarcd hnol will nrpsim". their nlav. "The Rlpley...Jane's father, Melvin Nielsen. school will present their play, "The Purple Tantrum," next week Thursday and Friday night, November 13-14. The characters are as follows: Jane Alice' Ripley, who borrows a husband, fvfar- garet Crowley; Eleanor Binns, the poor relation; Maxine Boillig; Mrs. Jared Ripley Abner' Ripley, Jared's brother, Raymond Gardner;-rfeed Barren, Abner's nephew from England; Arthur Lang, a crook, Harriet Jensen; Parson Hollis, Evelyn Brighton. The play is a three act comedy. c-rhood attended the rally at Estherville ' a certain number of promises made last week Monday evening. They re- which ought to be redeemed. There s ' but Dan and Mrs. E. I, £>. fs. I '28 Obey, landau ? 1028 I ludsoii hi'ini^li.'nii 1!)27 Olds sedan. !!•!'.() Kssex roach. l!)2i) Whippd" cdujM' HKIO Olds coa -i i';i1c>r. ]'.)•''* Kssi'V s:'d;Mi lii'.'S I'lssc.X roach tion for corn husking. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn were Sunday dinner guests at their daughter's home, Mrs. Otto Kelly. Prank Bailey and children and Mrs. Kate Newel were supper guests Sunday night at the George Goetch home. D. Lakin and H. T. Slater of Ames tpent the week, end at the C. P. Niel- C.Weisbrod last Pri- ra ^ e ' h t b t Mr- Smitn? well, h-% 1 ^" home They drove up to shoot :..-..,,. , „ r ,...,„! »l'i wiiiiv auuui ivn. .j.» . • r, ]-,.-:. K.I i il<i rfiiviiu' 1 IP nnp.n Knn.qnn. , ( port a very inteiesung'ii-fctting. Rev.' work enough for any man g ! Hutchinson of Spirit Lake gave the Turner will give the best he has. and C> ! principal address of the evening. The we believe he'll make a good governor. ' in-xi. meeting will be held at Dolliver, He spent a lot of money to get thi of- Novcintaer 24. ; lice so he must have wanted K. an-1 ' now he is poimr to get it and he outrht | Stanley Munch, Luke Radtke and a . . .satisfied—for a while, at any] Mr. bwanson arrived at the home of ' .„ " rate. cluy cvLiiini;, driving over for some p:i.:.b:ur, :,<. :ns ri!::lors : ami ;-jtanl(- The laitcr two are in the .school at Calmer j Xo\V is ed. We lllc il lo lll filler • Aire. ISlall- 'b^rtThlV'winterset Madi-',!^^ dui-ii* Ule °»™ ^^ live with his neighbors, plav \ Anton Dahl' and daughter, Esther, i,-MII -,i,d enjoy life just 'as much as! returned home Thursday from Roches- studeni at Luther , Dnn Turncr can n nd mavbe in UK- : ler alter visiting a lew days witn Mrs. in Lecorah. | ]onr , rim he ,n nc ' f ar hannier than if uaiu, wao is in the hospital there re! Eleven members of the Woman's i hr- had been elected governor. It all covering nicely from an operation for ipoiei-n M-.^:ioiiary society attended an! depends on how you look at these goitre. SSL-i thincs. Some men prefer thn strenuous j During the two weeks' corn husking vacation of Miss Gladys Buerkins, principal of Seneca high school, a sad incident occurred, the death of her father, J. A. Buerkins ol Pclla. He was struck by a car while he was warning along the pavement. The driver oi tne car is unknown as he drove Notice of Assessment for Surfacing Secondary Road District No. 121. Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear in the within schedule that there has been filed in the office of the county auditor of Kossuth county, Iowa, a report of the board of opportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No. 121 which schedule of proposed assessment is as follows: Sub-Division Sec. Twp. Rng. Acre:; Name of Owner NWVi NW'A NW'/i ...... 3 SW ' '. NW Vi ...... 3 SEV. NWV4 ....... 3 NW',4 SWVi ...... 3 SW'/i SW'/i ...... 3 SW'/i ...... 3 NE'/i NE'/l SWVi NE'/, listnct unit \Vhon yuii arc 1> over our line ol' Phone 714 V; iCill u;iy :..-:,.Jii .,;', j iii". held ai Sv/ea f j i'Ihur.id,-.:/. Mrs. O. J. Stcphenson, Mrs £ i Wil'ucrt Hixdurf and Rev. Snyder con- O \ tribute:! to die program from Fenton. 5? ' A covc-ied dish luncheon was served r, 1 at noon. S, i A nuir.ber from here attended a surf f. ' pnsi: party at the Raymond Reimers % home in Ringsted last week Thursday •.:• ovwiing. The occasion was Mr. and y Mrs. Ktimers' iiiUi wedding anniver- \-j ;>ary. '1'lio.su attc.-nding from here were £|A>:(.1 Pcicr;;:)!! and Messrs, and Mes- Y : <;uu>M !•:. C. V/ci.'.brofi, H. E. Reimers, •:; 'P. H. Bohn, W. V. Yager, and Amos ':'. I Fmne.'j'.ad. 9 i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagner enter\-, \ tainc-d Uie following guests .Saturday O I eveuiiK; in honor of their daughter, ! ity last week on life and others keep out of politics It's our guess that Ed. Smith has had enough of the latter, and if this be t.rtir F,d. Smith can afford to be a good "loser." He hasn't lost much. for Driving While Intoxicated. Jo'; Smith, a farm laborer from Whittemore, was arrested the latter part of last week on the charcre of driving a motor vehicle while intoxi- catnd. He was takep before Justice A. Hutchison and was bound over to the •••rand jury under $500 bonds which he fa'.lsci to furnish. &£^Q^ffjyi!xyaia^ff0ff^ All persons owing book accounts or notes are requested and hereby notified to call at the earliest possible date and settle as the business of the firm is being closed. Kraft-Misbach Co. &mixs2a0»^x«<.o:0»xe^^ Irvin Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Builfiy and daughter, LaVonne of Burl, and Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yaaer and .son, Clarence. Ice cream and cake were served during the evening. Mesdames E. A. Weisbrod and J. A. Schwartz wore joint hostesses to about forty of their friends at two bridge '# | parties at the homo of Mrs. Weisbrod ?' hist Friday evening and Saturday af- $ ternooii. On Friday evening Mrs. P. a I C. Bailey won high prize and Mrs. F. g I P. Newel won cut prize and on Saturday afternoon Mrs. Harry Widdel won high and Mir F. C. Gibbons won cut prizes. Dchdous refreshments were siw'jcl at ll:i; clo.se of both parties. "Washed" Gold \Vlmt Is kiio-.iii us lii-m-li fold Is gold iluil Ifc ri'iMivi'iTcl from hi-uches and 1 limn i he Sjihi) LAKOTA NEWS. SE' ME Vi NE',.i NW'4 NE'/, SW'/i NEVi SE',4 NE',4 9 NE'4 SEH NWU SE'4 SW'A SE% SEVi SE'/, J. Gus Thaves was up from Burt Saturday vlsttlnrr \vith his brother, Oias., who is seriously ill. Chas. Thaves, a popular merchant here, was taken ill Friday and suffered a paralvtto stroke. Ho is in a serious condition. Mrs. Tillic Hanson and daughter, Minnie, visited several days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Sturdivant at Lehigh. Conrad Blome and wife moved here Friday from Cresco. Mr. Blome will work for Tice Brack at Ledyard in his general merchandise store. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grabau and two children left Friday for Cresco to attend Uie funeral of MJ-. Qrabau's grandfather who was nearly one hundred years of age when he died. RUPTURE EXPERT HERE C. P. Redlich, Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his unequalled method at Algona, Monday, November 17 at the Algona Hotel rfom ten a. m. to 4 p. m. Evening by telephone appointments. Mr. C. F. Redlicb, says: The "Perfect Retention Shields)' hold the rupture perfectly, no matter what position the body assumes or how heavy a weight you lift. They give instant relief and contract the opening in a remarkably short time. The secret of their success is in their simplicity. An expertly adusted device seals the opening without discomfort or detention from work. It Is practically everlasting, sanitary, comfortable and actually hold ruptures which heretofore were considered uncontrollable. Stomach troubles, backache and constipation, nearly always a consequence of rupture, promptly disappear. NOTICE: All whom we have treated during the past ten years are invited to come in for a free inspection. HOME OFFICE: 535 Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn. 21-22* 9 9 9 9 NWVi NW'4 10 SWVi NWVi 10 NEVi NW'i 10 SEV4 NW'i 10 NWVi SWVi 10 NEVi SW ] /i 10 SW 1 /! SWVi ex. cem 10* Amt. Assmt. 90 29 21.40 Prank T. Doege $ 5.37 96 20 21.40 Prank T. Doege 7.09 90 29 40.00 Prank T. Doege 14.25 96 29 40.00 Prank T. Doege 9.8C 16 29 40.00 Arthur M. Gustafson 14.2I) 96 29 40.09 Arthur M. Gustafson 13.88 96 29 40.00 E. R. Ricdel J.fifi 96 29 40.00 G. W. P. Ricdel 9.5!! 96 29 21.40 Metropolitan Life Ins. Co 7.0fi 90 29 21.40 Metropolitan Life Ins. Co 5.37 90 29 40.00 Metropolitan Life Ins. Co 9.80 96 23 40.00 Metropoltiun Life Ins. Co 14.25 96 29 40.00 Children of David L. Hutchinson 14.25 96 29 40.00 Children of David I,. Hutchison 9.86 96 29 40.00 Children'of David L. Hutchison 9.86 96 29 40.00 Children of David L. Hutchinson 14.20 96 29 39.00 Samuel Sermll'er, Jr 12.75 96 29 40.00 Samuel Schacer, Jr 9.00 96 23 '10.00 Samuel Schacer, Jr 8.39 96 20 40.00 Samuel Schaffer, Jr 9.69 96 20 40.00 Samuel Sohaffer, Jr 12.60 96 29 40.00 Samuel Schalfer, Jr 6.71 96 29 40.00 Samuel Schader, Jr 10.47 90 29 40.00 Samuol Schaffcr, Jr 14.17 90 29 40.00 Arthur M. Gustafson 1417 90 29 40.00 Arthur M. Gustafson 12.12 96 29 40.00 Gustav W. Riedel 10.47 96 29 40.00 Gustav W Riedel 10.06 96 29 37.73 Knte Annis 0.13 90 29 40.00 Knte Annis 7.38 N'/. SEVi SW 1 /, SVi SEVi SWVi NEVi NW'i ... NWVi NWVi .. SWV4 NWV4 . .. SE'/i NWVi . .. NE',4 SWV, ... NWVi SWVi . .. SWVi SEVi NEVi SW'/, SWVi NEV t NW'/i NE'/i SWVi NEVi 8EV4 NEVi NEV4 SE'/i SE Vi SE'i SE'i SE'/, NW'A 10* 90' 20 38.00 Kule Annis 10.11 10 90 29 20.00 KDto Annis 3.30 10 _00 29 ao.OO Kiitle and Core E. Annis 33C 9fi 20 40.00 Harry A. Bales 9>1 80 29 40.00 Hurry A. Bates 14.25 90 20 40,00 Hurry A. Bat e.s 13.77 90 23 40.00 Harry A. Bates 9.86 80 20 40,00 If. H. Dcurchs 9.80 90 20 40.00 H. H. Dearchs 14.25 90 29 40.00 if. H. Dearr.hs 14.25 90 29 40.00 H. H. Dum-chs 10.20 90 29 40.00 Kuto and Cora E. Ann's 13.88 90 2!) 40.00 KuU) and Corp E. Annis 10.20 90 29 40.00 Kate and Cora E. Annis 9.80 90 29 40.00 Kate and Cora E. Annis 14.25 90 20 40.00 Kuto and Cora E. Annis 142 r i 90 29 40.00 Kates and Cora E. Annis 0.8G 90 29 40.00 Kate and Core E. Annis 10.20 90 29 40.00 Kale and Cora E. Annis 13.83 .15 .15 .15 .15 .15 .15 .15 .15 .10 .10 ,16 .16 .16 .16 .10 .10 $525.44 You and each of you whose' names appear In the within schedule are hei<e- Uy notified that said report will come on for hearing before the board of supervisors at their office in Algona, Iowa, on the 20th day of November, 1930, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. At said hearing any of the 'above apportionments may be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections 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 20 diys from date assessment is confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 24th day of October, 1930. 21-22 BERTHA E, JOHNSON, County Auditor.

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