Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1942 · Page 2
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QUARTERLY STATEMENT, 8IMMARY OP „_-_ ^.,..^,i,.^i, t , aumutiAKY OF PBOCEBD jNG8 Algona Independent School District School tMstrtct of »**»*. TOtfttahip of Al, J* 8 *. Ko t* uth . for the quarte Ing March 31, 1942. quarter end- Proceedings Pertain- tat to financial Matters and E*- teiwet of Previous Quarter Balance in both funds Dec. to . ........... „..,...... ......... $34906.19 Receipts during Juarter .... 599.56 __, . 135604.75 Disbursements \ during Quarter ...........A ............ ......... 23790.80 Balance March 31, 1942 ....$1171395 General Fund—Disbursements Advance Publishing Oo $ 3179 Algona Food Market 3.53 Algona Ice Cream Factory.... 4.80 Algona Laundry ......... ; 70.93 Algona Upper Des Moines .... 14.49 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co 25.87 American Education Press.... 35.19 American'Publishing Co 2.65 George Banwart 13.00 Barker Drug Co 10.05 Ezra Blanchard 18.75 Bjustrom's 16.84 A. H. Borchardt ., 2.11 Botsford Lumber Co 31.08 Brodhead-Garrett a3.19 Browns Dairy 43.06 Mrs. Allan Brunson ...„ 2.00 Bur. Educa. Research ........ 6305 Chrischilles Store , 7.6 Christensen Machine Co. ..„,. 1.3 City of Algona - ... 630.1 Coast to Coast 2.5 Consumer's Research 1.3 Cowan Bldg. Supply . 1.4 C. A. Crooker ..... 143.5i Decker Brothers 9.6 Demco library Supplies .... 9.3i Ditto Inc „,.. 1.6! Dutch's Super Service ..._..! 1.74 Mrs. Walter Edwards 251.09 Finnell System 244.37 John Foth _ 43.30 Frye Mfg. Co _ 21.00 Funk & Deim 54.62 Mrs. W. K. Ferguson 12.00 General Biological Supply .. 24.73 Mrs. E. A. Genrich ...„ , 2.00 Gregg Publishing Co. ...„ 7.52 Mrs. John Haggard ., 32.00 Hawoott & Ogg 3.14 D. C. Heath & Co. 34.08 Riner Helmers 2.60 H. S. Activity Fund ..._ 192 64 M. J. Holdren „. 5.00 Hood's Grocery ..._ „ 9.41 Hopkins Sporting Goods 95.68 Informative Classroom Picture Publications 29.86 P. R. Irons 49.43 Iowa Band Instrument Service 35.75 Iowa Pupils Reading Circle .. 3.19 K. D, James _... 4.40 C. S. Johnson _... 14.49 Junior Literary Guild ..._ 1.31 Keystone Envelope Co 15.44 Keystone View 5.49 Kohlhaas & Spilles 34.50 Gordon Kuhn 20.00 Laing & Muckey 9.20 Alonzo Leach 83.89 J. B. Lippincott 35.54 Long's Studio ....,.„ 4.00 Loring Supply > ', 543 Lowe & Campbell ...,...„... . 1294 Lusby A Oioasl ^ "". 19^8 Marshall & Swift 36.45 Mrs. B. G McMahon ...j...^... 12.00 C. R. McVeigh ...22.50 Herbert Merrill ...., 40.00 Metropolitan Supply Co. ....... 59.97 Mid Bell Music Co *..., 418 Midland Chemical Co. ...*..*... 28.54 Mrs. H. W. Miller A , 100.00 Milton-Bradley do. 5.25 Modern Dry Cleaners ...* 34.41 Mrs. Evelyn Moore * 11.25 Art Moulds _ 1.90 Multi-Sharp Co. *..*..»... 3.36 Nat'l Education Assn ...i 7.76 Nat'l Maintenance „..* 11651 V. V, Naudain .....2410.86 N. W. Bell Telephone 62.89 F. S. Norton & Son 58.18 Frank Paxton Lbr. Co. . , 87.62 Peete-Hardware & Tools ..., 5.93 Petty Cash ...-. 55.42 Pink Supply Co, 40.34 Louis Plantz i „ 9.00 Post Dray & Transfer 6.24 Pratt Electric Oo „ 41.42 Reynal & Hitchock 1.16 Richards Chemical Co 52.50 J. L. Richardaon Hardware .... 8.92 Theo. B. Robertson 5.77 Row, Peterson Co. >.„..., 4.09 Scholastic Publishers 15.00 School Nurse Activity Fund 62.43 Scott, Foresman Book Co. ...J 45.10 Security State Bank ...„ „..„ 3.25 Mrs. J. Dale Simon ., 205.00 Sjogren Grocery 3.22 Mrs. August Slagle ...„..,......, 18.75 Mrs. Earl Sprague 14.00 Mrs. G. W. Stillman „.. 40.00 Stllwell-Minneapolis Paper ....145.04 Glenn Strayer ..... _ 7.59 Sorensen Urocery _ 31.68 Southwestern Publishing Co.. 43.20 Mrs. Anna Button „ 10.79 Treasurer of State of Iowa 1440 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works 22.00 Wallace Homestead 1.53 Walsh Electric Service 2299 Harry Ward 740 Webb Publishing Co 180 Webster Publishing Co. . . 559 W. M. Welch Mfg. Co. ...' 30.93 H. W. Wilson Co. 4 00 W. G. Woodward 1.03 Youngman Music Co 28.80 Cor with at S wea City Music Contests Total $6787.53 - 17,003.27 Total Expenditures -$23,790.80 I, Leora St. John, Secretary of he above named School District do hereby certify that this report, pages 1 and 2 is a true and correct statement of the proceedings per- aining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quar- er ending March 31, 1942. LEORA K. ST. JOHN, _ , Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me htis 11th day of April, A. D., D. C. HUTCHISON, Notary. CONTESTANTS ALL WIN FIRST OR 2ND RATING Corwith, Apr. 14 — Corwith high school soloists and small groups placed in first and second divisions without exception at the pre-state music contest at Swea City last week. Vocal judge, Dr. Hazel B. Nohavec, faculty member of the University of Minnesota, awarded first division ratings to Charles Widen, tenor soloist, and Maxine Trees, mezzo-soprano soloist. Second vision ratings were given to Robert Genung, baritone, and a mixed quartet consisting of Charlotte Anderson, Ruth Rust, Charles Widen, and Jimmy Galloway. Esther Smith was director of the vocal work and accompanist for both vocal and instrumental departments. J. Worth Miller coached the instrumental students. Ruth Rust, marimba soloist, was awarded a first division rating by the judge, Harold Buck, faculty member of the Sioux City high school. > The same judge awarded second division places to Robert Genung, trombone soloist; Maxine Trees, alto saxophone soloist; Marilyn Gouge, flute soloist; and a brass quartet consisting of Mildred Fisher, Jack Tabb, Calvin Smith, and Robert Genung. The Rev. Albert Rust and A. R. Gardiner furnished cars both days. Maxine, their daughter, returned with them after having spent the week-end visiting. Loreha Robinson, Greta Chamberlain, Isabel Bye, and Magdalene Thiede drove to Fairmont Sunday for the day with Miss Thiede's mother. Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mrs. John O. Mullins, and Mrs. Wilbur Studer attended a county meeting Monday afternoon at Algona. Mrs. Nellie Hardcastle, Chicago, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee, and other local relatives. Mrs. George Newcombe entertained the Lutheran Aid at her home Wednesday afternoon of last week. •• The Elmer Marrs and Kenneth Gregsons drove to Spirit Lake Sunday for the day at Mrs. Nellie Marr's. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Engle, Kanawha, were Sunday dinner guests at Harry Brown's. Mrs. William Escher is improving after having been confined to bed the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate spent Sunday at Orrie Miller's, near Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ferguson were business callers in Mason City Thursday.. The Albert Johnsons were at Rockwell City, Sunday, guests of relatives. BIRTHDAY OF DOAN FARMER CELEBRATED Seal) 5 Shading on map shows where telephone lines were damaged Paiient Has Eye Ulcer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scheffel- man drove to Mason City Wednesday. Mrs. Scheffelman went for a treatment for an eye. She had been at the hospital the week before suffering with an eye ulcer. Sick Girl is Recovering— Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Bonnstetter, was brought home late last week from a hospital at Mason City. She had been sick with a kidney ailment following an attack of measles. Shower for Bride-Elect A pre-nuptial shower was given at the home of Mrs. Steve Skillings Tuesday of last week for Clarice Olson, whose marriage will take place following the close of the school year. Little Girl to Hospital— Judy, six-year-old daughter of Supt. and Mrs. J. M. Gehrt was taken to the Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge, Sunday suffering from a mastoiditis following the measles. WESLEYAN WEDS DOROTHY SMITH, BUFFALO CENTER $65O,OOO Damage to Telephone Lines by Storms During the Past Winter Snow and sleet storms during the past winter caused more than $650,000 damage to telephone property of this Company and its subsidiaries in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. The storms caused 7O,QOO breaks phone lines. Operation Palienl Home— Mrs. Kort Delbert was brought home from the Mercy hospital at Mason City Sunday, where she had been following a major oper- stion. Patient Has a Helapse— Merle Wilhite was taken worse again last week, after leaving the hospital for the second time. Other Corvrlth Sews Mr and Mrs. R. C. Glawe and the George Glawes were entertained at Sunday dinner at Jas Sloans in honor of Mr Glawe ??<* Mr - SIoan . both having had birthdays last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Trees :o Dolliver Sunday and the day with relatives. Wesley, Apr. 15—Vincent, son of Mr. and Mrs."Ignatius Eisenbacher, was married to Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith, Buffalo Center, this week Wednesday at St. Patrick's Catholic church there. The Rev. Linus Eisenbacher Fort Dodge, brother of the bridegroom, performed the ceremony The couple were attended by Ruth Eisenbacher, sister of the bridegroom, and Vincent Smith, brother of the bride. The bride wore a white taffeta gown with train, long, trailing veil, and a head coronet of orange blossoms. The bridesmaid wore a floor-length gown of blue tulle crepe and a shoulder length blue veil, with carnations in her hair. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents. +v, I bride was graduated from the Buffalo Center high school, and had since been teaching in ural schools. 6 The bridegroom attended the Wesley schools, and has since been farming north of Wesley where the couple will live, following a short wedding trip. Corwith Pair Lose the Only Daughter Corwith, Apr. 15 — Jeanette Kelch, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Kelch, died Sunday morning at Mercy hospital at Mason City. The little girl first suffered an attack of measles, followed by pneumonia, and then by bram fever. The Kelch'es have three other children, all boys The infant son of Mr. and Mrs treorge Kelch is seriously ill at the Park hospital, Mason City, with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Kelch lost a baby son a little over a year ago from pneumonia. Doan, Apr. 14—Open house was held at the Tom Young home on Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Young's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larson and Fred Anderson, Clinton, who were visiting Mrs. Anna M. Christensen; Mrs. Christensen and Robert Rochet; the Ross Buffington family; Gordon Hansen family; the Clarence Christensen family; E. A. Hansen, Rudd.; and the Melvin Baileys, Fairmont Mr, and MjrsC Bailey, with their 4-year-old son Ronnie, and Mr. and Mrs. Hansen, Rudd, were week-end visitors at Young's, and Mrs. Hansen remained for a further visit of several days. Clifford HOOTOT Sick; Flu- Mr, and Mrs. Otto Schmidt and Mrs. Melvin Olson and daughter Ardeen, all of Algona, visited at the Cliff Hoover home Sunday. Mr. Hoover has been ill and in bed with the flu since April 7. He is under a doctor's care. Mrs. Hoover's mother, Mrs. Claude Haines, Algona, Uielped care for Mr. Hoover last week. Soldier Now in Camp—Mr, and Mrs. Lou Boleneus have received word that their son Robert has arrived at Camp Berkeley, Tex. His address is Pvt. Robert L. Boleneus, Company L, 39th infantry, U. S. Army, Camp' Berkeley, Tex. Boleneus Daughter Sick- Mr, and Mrs. Lou Boleneus report that their daughter, Mrs. Ray Mann, operator of the State Beauty shop, Algona, was taken to an Algona hospital Saturday for a check-up on an anemic'con- dition. Other Doan News. Mrs. Rudy Larson and Mrs. Emma Moore were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. William Larson in Britt In the af- ; ern » ori the three women drove to Mason City, where they visited Mrs. Larson's daughter Janice, who is taking nurse's training at the Mercy hospital The Ross Buffingtons, the William Larsons, and Fred Ander- ! son, Clinton, were Sunday dinner guests at Clarence Christensen s, and in the afternoon the group drove to Franz Teeter> Hurt, where Mrs. Petra Larson was a dinner guest Visitors at the Lou Boleneus home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Pink, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs, Bert Sanders, Sexton. The Geo. Campbells, Kanawha, visited the Percy Brinks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burr, Galva, and the George Seaberg family were Sunday guests at the Peter Seaberg home. The Burrs were week-end guests at the Seaberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Fae Jenkins, Minneapolis, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Bryan Asa home. Mrs. Jenkins is a sister of Mrs. Asa. The George Hansens drove to Eagle Grove Sunday to visit Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Harry McElroy. The John Hove family Elmore, were dinner guests at Guy Carl-, son's on Sunday. Four Comers A family dinner was given at Louis Lowman's, near Fenton, (when 'not stated) for Mrs. Lowman's sisters and mother, and attending were her mother, Mrs. Ida Nickerson, the Arthur Alexanders, thq Meiers, Ringsted, and the Luhrl Fesslers. Sunday callers at John Sabin's were the John Gettmans, Mason City. Mrs. Sabin and Mrs. Gettman are'sisters. Delia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, spent the week-end at Algona with Leatha Adams. Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton, Mr. and Mrs. William Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, and Mr. and Mrs. John Rich attended a shower Sunday at Clarence Schindel's (where not stated) for the Schindel laughter Evelyn. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham were Sunday callers at the son Ralph's, Wesley. or " m «&w»i^ «Toilc« It hirtlv *t»«n thfti th«r« ' Nn *** County Auditor of Ko«*uth G< of * aUtrtet for surfacing the !S6$iRfiii)B 'M tnft irro^tn1PM& 1 . w...*?.- », T MAA.I wj^ja^J^WSSS Bald Dana B. Thomft.* real the 6th di appear fcti iDated JO-ft thl.Mt day ot April,* 19«2. NOTI T OP In the uiuuuv IB IMJIVW given. -1110,1 inere nas men f n i County Auditor of Kossfuth County. Iowa. n. n»»i , ln tho of a district for surfaolhK the fallowing; de&rn?, llntl f< "- the Beginning at the Southwest «bmcr o< Bte^Uon 08e S, on<1 «fy _< _ • ..?,__ »_ i---_T Jt. i js. •.» -: #*._. *.-* **ii j ,• • -jjTl_.-* Jl "**v«LJDn Q T*~ * office, and running thence East One-half (U) ,, Said road to be surfaced with gravel Said district to include the following'described real Herman Blelch and Mary J. I*. ~ ' " estate: Harold and Alice Ilutchln* ______ . Said petition will come on for at their office In the Court House In the 6th dayjjf M%, 1944 at which appear and be heard in the matter. u T>c for*> IDated at Algona, Iowa, this 1st day of April, 1943. 0 'Hoard' of « »« tfci' interested B. onr were oeMarsli [Barn Paint $1.39 GALLON 5 GALLON LOTS COAST-TO-COAST STORE RUMMAGING through' my desk the other day, I came aeroM tome map- ahota of frlendi of mine made back in 1933. If you don't think time fllea .., if you don't think this world ever changes ... you ought to look at the women's hats and dress** Jn those pictures taken 9 years ago! Wow! * * * It gave me quite a start... and then it'set me to' thinking ... and rememberin'! Lots 'of things sure happened in 1933. A new administration in Washington . . . the turning point of the depression ... and the coming of Repeak I remember the re-legalization of beer. It came before Repeal, when Congress amended the old Volstead Act to allow legal sale of "3.2" beer. . What talk and arguments they had in those days! One argument I remember well .. . was that beer would do a lot to help bring back prosperity. I wondered at the time whether that argument could be proved. I thought about that other day. I • and find out. Well, found I found since 1933. It has • million new jobs. According to one of then > into eenenlk ness circulation. GoodSB that's a lot of money. ' . T today in in the Union. Every state b from beer's jobs and taiei guess there's no denying tW aid do its share in better times. t I'm glad it did, too, is such a pleasant, appetizjj erage. And it stands for and moderate people.. likely to get you in trouble, . 36 of a Series Copyright, J942, Bracing IndustryFct ^^^^^^^^•^IB Insecticides in tele- 12 r OOO poles were broken or out of place. Nearly 18,OOO telephones were out of service. As each storm struck and telephone lines were damaged, men and materials were rushed to the scene of the trouble. In many cases, the men worked in deep snow and under blizzard conditions to restore service at the earliest possible moment. In spite of the fact that telephone lines of this Company and its subsidiaries are strongly built and well maintained in accordance with modern methods, damage from storms in the last five years has amounted to about $2,000,000. NORTHWESTERN BEU^&TEtEFHONE COMPANY For Potatoes Treatments Bichloride Semisan-Bel Formaldehyde is the most popular. 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We have the latest type fur sewing machine and can restyle alter or repair all types of f ur/ leather s love, . nd , o ft leather,. LertJHcd cold storage $3.00 Come in and let us help you with your fu, Per coat minimum. ir problems. Hk Cleaners Furriers Phonfe 330 Opp. P. O. his pri, H

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