The Alton Democrat from Alton, Iowa on October 25, 1929 · Page 3
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Friday, October 25, 1929
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THE ALTON la. DEMOCRAT, FRIDAY OCT. 25, 1929 *"% * ******* F^F% r*r* F-* n 7nr* i w***w.T^nw TW^ r* PAST, PRESENJ and FUTURE Twenty Years Ago a Historian Wrote: Hull is the metropolis of Lincoln and surrounding townships. It is a modern and up to date growing village with a fine system of water works, schools, banks and all kinds of stores, elevator, mill, hotel, etc. It has churches of several denominations; fine streets and well kept lawns and its business men have been able to hold the trade of the surrounding country. Hull affords a market for all products of the surrounding country which is in the most fertile district- in Iowa, and the enterprise of Hull's business men seconded by that of the community tributary to the town has made it a pride to its citizens and friends. Today One Might Say: Hull, with approximately 1000 inhabitants is the largest community in the northeast part of Sioux county. It has a thoroughly modern system of sewerage and waterworks, and 10 blocks of paved streets. It has six churches, a large public and high school, and is the home of the Western Academy, housed in their new $75.000 brick building. Hull is a clean town with a majority of open minded and progressive citizens and merchants. Hull has most of the trade from her territory and with further efforts, her field may be extended and further cultivated. This fact is known to her merchants who are now coming forward with the hope that the next 20 years will multiply the fruits of the last 20. Since the day when sturdy pioneers broke the first sod in Lincoln Township, built the first rude log cabin on section 6, together faced disaster as grass hoppers devastated a much-needed crop, and farmer-surveyors laid the first plat for Patters-onville, one spirit has pervaded--the spirit of hopefulness and faith. Though the name changed'from Pattersonville to Winland and then to Hull, one thought has been in the minds of the builders of the town, to construct a community of public spirited citizens bound together as any body having much in common. With'her eye on the horizon, Hull is not looking for nor hoping for great growth in size during the next 20 years. What she does want and what she is working for is greater loyalty from her citizens, more cooperation between her public and her merchants, and the growth of the spirit of builder. We, the undersigned, are endeavoring to be part of Hull's construction crew: THE BIG STORE Schuurman Brunsting Dry Goods, Shoes, Gents Furnishings, Groceries. "We sell to serve again" Phone 31 Hull, Iowa HULL HARDWARE Plumbing- and Heating Pumps and Windmills I. Dethmers, Prop. HULL FURNITURE STORE Furniture and Undertaking Pictures, Rugs and Linoleums. Wm. Claerbout, Prop. L. R. KOOIKER Farm Machinery and Black- smithing. THE HULL MEAT MARKET D. C. Neikerk, Prop. KREULEN'S Exclusive Grocery Store Quality--Service---Courtesy Phone 73 CO-OP. LUMBER YARD Dealers in Lumber and Coal D. Dykstra, Mgr. __ CITY RESTAURANT G. Voogd, Prop. Meals Lunches Short Orders Cigars, Tobacco, Cigarettes. DYKSTRA VAN WYK Groceries, Dry Goods, Men's clothing and shoes "Built on quality and service" FIRST NAT'L. BANK OF HULL Capital $35,000 - - Surplus §35,000 FARMERS CO.OP. CREAMERY State Brand Butter License No. 7 "Home Made" Ice Cream HULL HARNESS SHOE SHOP Expert Harness Repairing A full line of Husking Mitts P. W. Rehm, Prop. i G. VAN STEENBERGEN Watches, Jewelry, Silver and glass ware Sheaffer and Moores Fountain Pens. Ivory and Leather Goods. Hull Jewelry Store j MRS. A. SCHWEIGER I Munsing Underwear i I Wool, silk and cotton I For men, women and children. i Munsing Hose · j The best -wearing hose. - I THE BEL SIVE i \ Dry goods, groceries, Peters shoes I Eggs and poultry taken in trade. THE HULL PHARMACY * ] Drugs, Prescriptions, Toilet Ar- I tides, Wall Paper, Majestic radios. J. H. Anderson, E. A. De Jong, Proprietors. HANSEN'S CAFE Where Service and Quality are Supreme. : Fred W. Hansen, Prop, IOWA STATE BANK Established 1879. Incorp., 1889 During this time has served the public faithfully. Under same management for 40 years. B, H. Reimann, Pres. Jno B. Mayer, Cashier. A. F. Steffen, V. Pres. H. B. Bolks, Asst. Cashier. i Ever a potent force in working i for the welfare 'of Sioux County, \ The Democrat now joins with j Hull business men in furthering I the greatest essential of a town, j community loyalty and pride. t CHAMPLIN SERVICE STA. I J. P. Hanenburg, Mgr. } [ i Champlin%g|; and oils ^"'''"·^^Si . . Tires and BatteS

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