Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1944 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1944
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PAGE TWO LEDYARDERS TO HEAR SONGS BY NEGRO QUARTET Ledyard, Oct. 11—At the regu- .KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Locals from Lone Rock Mrs. M. ft. Heifer, Hiirribtfldt, came Sunday for a week at W. C. Heiter's, and Sunday dinner Jar Sunday morning'service 'next I § uest u. the » r /r e W ^f e - the F eiter Sunday at the church a group of dal ! g " er '^ Mrs /, Cla 'r e Bellinger, ""- college Jubilee singers at ?"3 AhTer 4 au ?^ ler Marilyn. Mr. o.._.-— ^.. ... & ^*° and Airs. Earl Dean, Fenton, were inllers. Merwin Marlows spent I Rust, Holly Springs. Miss., wil present , a musical program. The group i evemng cnllers consists of a girls' quartette and, Tlle Mervvin an accompanist. "These girls Saturday night and Sunday at have wonderful musical ability ' Mrs - Marlow's sister Mrs. Fatoer and \ve are expecting a most in- ! Dugan's, Humboldt. The Joseph " spiring program," (lie Rev. Mr Cass says. An offering will be , . Behrends family, Swea City, and tlle Detlman Ne.ilsons, Seneca, at the Ornie Behrends . taken for Rust college, a college ' were for Negroes supported by the nome Methodist church. ' Tn e Amey Cherlands, the Odey Mr. Cass announces Sunday ! Cherlands, and the Julian Cher- school at 10:15 a. m. every Sun- lalu ' s spent Saturday evening at day morning from now on, fol- ! the parental J. T. Cherland's, lowed by a worship service at; nel P' n & to celebrate the elder ' 11:15. . . Cherland's 39th wedding anni- Next Monday evening a W. S. j ver sary. C. S. missionary study group will I ^ r - anc ' Mrs. James Ackarman, meet at the Cass home. A sub- • Vell t»ra, were last week Tuesday district Men's Brotherhood meet- ' dinner guests at Alex Krueger's. Jug will be held ing at Hayfield. the same even- ; Sunday dinner guests at the Schuyler Bates home were the Russell Bates family and the Donald, and Eldon Marlows. Clarence Lohve arrived Satur- Christmas Boxes Mailed— The U. S. W. women have e u- packed and mailed 52 Christmas day on two weeks furlough with boxes for overseas men and worn- 1 his wife, the former Mildred en in the American forces. Twen- | Laabs, and his parents. He is , ty-three women cooperated, and ; stationed at fort Knox, Ky. Mrs. there was enough contributed : Dora Laabs, daughter Wilma, son; candy for two cans in each box. Raymond, and the Lohves were • Mrs. Amanda Nitz, assisted by I Sunday dinner guests at Fault Mrs. Bertha Jensen, served after- • Voigt's,! .Fenton. Mrs. Voigt is a • noon lunch. sister of, Mrs. Lohve. Mrs. -Lydia Wetzcl's cousins, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Knoth, of Bloomirigton, 111., and their son tricia Matzener, Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. Green, daughter Esther Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse, son Douglas. Dinner Honors a Soldier— Mr and Mrs. Ted Green enter- ^i^,,,,,,^,,, ±il ., ailu ineir son . tamed the following families at Ralph arrived Saturday for a vis-! 0 p. m dinner honoring Cpl. El-lit, and Sunday afternoon callers' wood Green last week Tuesday i there were the Ervin and Rein- ?™u n ™J!lL™ F i;/r5 ielsk ? s ',? a ' hart Welzels and Esther Wetzel, Mrs. R. F. Hawcott's niece, Mrs. Martin Jensen, with the latter's husband, Algona, Mrs. Lawrence Heine, Waverly, her daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Jos. Madden, Fenton,.'and Mrs. Madden's mother, Mrs. Cohl, Cedar Rapids, spent Sunday with the Hawcotts. Wilma Laabs, who attends the Mankato business school, spent last weekend with her mother, Mrs. Dora Laabs. Mrs. C. M. Gross spent last Thursday with her mother, Mrs. | Anna Leason, Algona, and the Corporal Back io Camp— Cpl. Raymond Worden, who Monday for McClellan Field, Calif., to which he had been transferred from Longley Field, Va. Mrs. Worden and children are with Mrs. Worden's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blome. Elwood Green Ends Furlough— Mr. and Mrs. Ted "Green" Mr Gros s family spent Sunday after- ancl Mrs. Aubrey Waterh'ousc! noon at the Harolcl Gross home. , and Esther Green accompanied Cpl. Elwood Green to Mason Ci1y a tow days ago, and thence El- woocl took a train into Chicago. where he was to spend the rest of his furlough. Sergeant Randall a Visitor— Sgt. l-c. and Mrs. Harold Ran- . Aldon Mitchell had a tonsillectomy at the Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday. The John Miklicks, Hanlontown, and the Emil Blekwens, of Fenton, spent Sunday afteir.oon at Milford Mitchell's. The Geo. Longs spent Friday with Mrs. Long's parents, Mr. and Mrs. dall, Mason City, lately spent a ! Clarence Ackersoh, Wesley. few days at Harold's sister Mrs. Laurence Pingel's. The sergeant, who spent 18 months overseas in Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Householder have received a box of souvenirs — coins, gloves, watch, etc.— ..i.v^ .i^^nu AIJ IIILMILUS uvcibt'ua in '»io—v-vjuia, giuves, wuiun, eic.— the Mediterranean area, was'hav-1 from Mrs. Householder's brother-, inrr n Ifl rl r\-r, f, ,-«7«.»«.T_ f j. i_ i_ • . T3 ,-.**« nii^I T~l,.4J?4. ;_ ji__ • . i« i • . ing a 30-day furlough ' with his family. The Methodist W. S. C. S. met at the church last Thursday, wilh Mm. Lawrence Pingel as hostess. Assisting were Mrs. N. A. Pingel and Mrs. Albert Looft. Devotions were led by Mrs. Glen Burrows, and a program on China was led by Mrs. D. B. Mayer. War Chest Drive Success— The War Chest drive went over the top, and the chairman and her committee members are grateful for fine cooperation. The exect amount subscribed had not been determined when this mention was written. Guild Hears a Program— The Guild of the E. & R. . Bernard Pettit, in the infantry ill Italy. They are to be exhibited at the post-office, but persons wishing to see them are to ask for them. The Maynard Kuecks, Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests of the Wm. Nelsons. Maxine Simpson, Burt, formerly Lone Rock, called on the Nelsons in the afternoon to see Violet Kueck. Maxine was to leave for the Spars Monday. The Walter Campneys, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at the M. O. Richards home. Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Hammerstrom spent Sunday with Mrs. Hammerstrom's mother, Mrs. V. V. Frye, Laurens. Pfc. and Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hammer- e u of the E. & R I""' """ , i'i" 1 1 ~ ul1 -nannrier- church met last Thursday at the' ?) rom ' and Mr ' and Mrs - La Vern church. The Rev. Mr. Nuss read i Hammerstrom were last week on Our Orphanages and iVu S ^^ evening supper guests at Alrt S]nsers . church. a paper on ^ui wijjimnuges ana AH, "V'ou"—i" c Adoptions. Hostesses were Mrs \ Al ?? rt S] ? n , s ? rs '~ Engclbart Logernan and Mrs. Al-' .,' an ^ Mrs. Don Hurlburt, of fred Lloyd j A] g° na > Ora Hurlburt, Fairmont, I and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt went to Minneapolis last Ver Steegs United at Chicago- Mrs. Edward Ver Steeg and her baby, who had been visiting at the parental Edw. Reece home, left for Chicago Sunday to join weekend to visit Mrs. Ora Hurlburt, mother of Ralph and Don who is in the hospital there. Rita, Merwin, and Junior Hurlburt, JL-JL iur v_mcago sunctay to join *"<=»« m, anu junior nuriouri, Ensign Ver Steeg, and the family! children of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph will live at Chicago temporarily Hurlburt, were at Albert Shaser's Saturday night. Harry Hobson's brother, Dr. T. R. 'Hobson, Marcus, and his fam- Suffers Buzzsaw Wound— Marvin Simmonsmeier recently j ~. ^.vo~,,, itiull .u=, a.iu ma iam- had a hand badly cut in a buzz j ily, were Sunday supper guests saw while he was cutting wood " at the Albert Looft farm. , of the local Hobsons. Juliana Cotton spent from last Beet Harvest Begun C^^^J^^ There js a new force at the I gus Jr., employed there, local beet dump Harvest of the The David Lynches spent Sun- beet crop is in full swing. ' n .».,•£... r. . 1 day at Jack Krebsbach's, Swea City. The Ralph Thompsons guests of Mr. were dinner Other Loilyard \«MVS. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel, of I Thornpson'r^otherTMrs' Lillie —a City, spent Sunday with Thompson. The Walter Thomo- latter_s mother, Mrs. Hatti* son s and Mrs. Thompson's moth- Sprank. Mrs. Wenzel had had a letter from her son, Lewis Alver, and he is now stationed at Treas- er, Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith, Algona, were dinner guests at Leo Sankey's, Britt. ure Island, San Francisco, where ! The Wilmer Wichtendahls were no is getting more schooling in \ callers at the Harold Gross home an amphibious contingent. left Monday evening Mr " and Mrs - ' Wm - Rath went , > w o ^- r " an rs - m - at went week Wednesday for Camp Ellis, ] to Spencer Saturday to see their Green. A group friends gathered home last week Tuesday evening in his honor. Pfc. Jos. McDonald, Midland, Tex., arrived Sunday on a 21- day furlough. He first took a plane to visit his sister Doris, Washington, D. C. Mr. and M.'s. Wm. Woirner and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Scott re- lurned Sunday from a week of fishing in northern Minnesota and in Wisconsin. Sunday visitors at J. C. Blome's were Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Junhe- nieier, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Daubenger, Hubbard. Jack Reece visited over the weekend at his cousin Beverly Pugsleys, Des Moines, returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara were Sunday guests at Jos. Homsey's, Armstrong. Doretta Johnson is now clerk- The Carl Jorgensons, of Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests at Alfred Jorgenson's. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jorgenson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Houck spent Saturday at Fort Dodge, where they called on Ray Snyder at the Lutheran hospital there. They brought home Mrs. Ray Snyder, who had been there while Mr. Snyder was recuperating from an operation. The Henry Gettmans visited the S. E. Straleys, Fenton, Sunday afternoon. lone Lease entertained her band pupils at a party in her apartment Saturday night. Mrs. Robert Dreyer spent from a week ago Saturday till Sunday at her brother-in-law Carl Drey- ing at a J. C. Penney store at Blue Earth. Mrs. L. C. Strand and her sons had business at Burt Friday. er's, Austin, Mihri., and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach, with Robert Dreyer Jr., went after her Sunday. . The Don Houcks spent Sunday with Mrs. 'Houck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Alitz, Mason City. The A; H. and George Hannas, Mrs. Bob Hahna, arid her daughter were at the George Jenlz home, Fenton. Howard Anderson, husbnnd of the former Maxine Jentz, was there on boot leave from the navy. The John kylens, Swea City, visited the Emil Persons Sunday. Neighbors and others put up hay for Emil Person one clay last week. Mr. Person was abed with a broken leg. Other friends plowed for him: I. W. Nelson, Arthur Person, .'Bill' KnoJl Jr., Jos. Culbertson, Jesse Dugan, Earl Ackarman, 'Bus' Ackarman, Ralph Bierstedt, Ervin Wetzel, Ralph Steward, Mr, Neilson, 'Bill 1 and Milton Marlow, Donald Bus- sington, Ray Black, and 'Seib' Behrends. The Emil Krafts attended a Borehardt reunion at the Otto Laabs home, Fairmont, Sunday, also visited the Adolph Perils there. The Lawrence Geitzen- auers visited the. James Ackar- mans at Ventura. Mrs. Dotty Weishaar, the former Dotty Murray, Wilcox, Canada, her son, and Mrs. Bob Murray, Los Angeles, are visiling al Mrs. Alice Bierle's a couple of weeks. The Waller Dackens, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bier- sledt, their daughter, W. B. Murray, his mother and his aunt, Jesse Gosey, were Sunday supper guests at Mrs. Bierle's. Mrs. Cora Bacon, Algona spent the weekend at I. W. Nelson's, and Sunday dinner guests t'here were the James Wadsworths and the Harris Wadsworths, Arm- slrong. Ted Krueger, Tilonka, called at A. A. Krueger's Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fischer spenl from last week Tuesday till Thursday at their son Harold's. The Alfred Shanahans, Creston, spent Sunday at Andrew Thornsen's, and Mr. Thomsen accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade, of West Bend, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Ben Schmidt's. Mrs. Ben Schmidt gave a party Sunday afternoon in honor of Delores Schmidt's tenth birthday, and guests were Phyllis and Shirley Mitchell, Joan, Ruth, and Elnora Schadendorf, Patly Welzel, Sharon Gardener, and Rose Ann Gross. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Alfred A. Schullz, and Ihe laller's son Gary Gene mel at Chesler Alme's, Ot- losen, and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, who had been visiling the Alines, met at Algona Sunday,., s ^A.U .w,en.t on for visits at the Blanchard son Gordon's, Nora Springs, and the son Donald's, Plymouth. The visitors had dinner at Gordon's and supper at Donald's. The Ralph Bean family spent Sunday at Verne Austin's and Alfred Pearson's, Bancroft. Auditor's Office. -Alifoun, I own, fiopti'inlior 1. 1044. 8:00 o'clfH-1; A. M. lioiml of SimorvlKnr.s of Kossuth County mut imr.snnnt to jidjourninpnt with tlm following nitMiiliers iircsi'iit: .'''rnser, McDonald. Sclirnm, Qiiinn mid .Tolmsun. Motion by Johnson nnd Hnconded hv Rcliram that thc> Kirial Mjilntcnnnco (inivcllnjr Kstliiuitv. Project. No. 11 of I'nnl ami Kvurils be njiiiroved. Ayes: . Motion by McDonald anil seconded by Johnson that the salary of Fldulis K. Sk»w, Deputy Superintendent of Schools be raised to $l.~ill.OU per month.' lii'Kimilnt; as of August 1st. as recommended and passed on by the County Hoard of Education. Ayes. 1 All. Motion by Sclirnm and seconded by McDonald Unit tlle Preliminary En. (,'iIK-IT'S Hond of C. C. Hclmrlach ov Drainage District No. IT!) in the amount of $MU be approved. Ayes' 'All. Motion Ity Sellrnm nnil seconded lif Tohnson that the estimated prelim! miry report of C. C. Scharlach, Eu jlneor on Drainage District No. 179 oe placed on file. Ayes: All. Motion by Scliram and seconded bj Frnser that the Petition for Repairs on Lateral 12 of Joint Drainage District No. !)j \V!nneb»fe'o and No, S!) Kossnth signed by the land owner* on said lateral, be placed on file. Ayes All. Motion by Fraser and seconded by Johnson Unit the Application i'or Repairs on Lateral No. 7 of Drainage District No. till, signed by hi mi owners on said lateral be placed on file. Ayes: All. Motion by Johnson nnd seconded by McDonald that the Knjjinccr's Uu- [lort of C. I!. Scliurliu'h, as to the condition of Lateral -JOA" of County Drain No. .'!. now County Drain No. 111(1 be accepted and placed on file. Ayes: All. .Motion by Johnson ami seconded by Schram that Fraser be appointed to make necessary repairs on the following drainage districts: No. 0, No. I!.S, No. W~i, mid .loiiit Drainage District 11. K. a. !i:i-i:il-lll(|. Ayes: All. Motion by M.'Donald ami seconded by Fraser that (Jninn bo appointed to malic ucre.s.sjiry rciiiiiivi mi the t'oljoiv- injs drainage districts: No. ::u and No. lid. Avcs: .Ml. , MoMbn by Schriim nnd aocnndocl h.v Khiwr flint Johnson lie nppotntoct to mnlre neceasrtry fephlrs on the followfnfc ilrn Inn £e (list riots: Nn. 27, No. «j, No. ss, NO. 1*1 ami No. lair. A.vea: .til. Motion by Johnson nnd seconded by Fraser {lint the following resolution be ndnptetl : ItK IT HRHOIiVKI). «>.v tho Tionril of Supervisors of Kossnlh County, Inwii, that HIP offer to purchase ns executed by Kdwnrd !,. Kltch In the nnionnt of fLTi.QO for the property ileacrllK-d us follows: The M 1-11 of Lot 10 In lllock 1 nnd the N 1-2 of Lot I! In Block '2, In the Town nt Sexton, Kossuth ('onnlyi Iiitvu, be accepted, the snl'd amount being less than the taxes, Jiennllles, Interest nnd i;psts rtf said real estate, nnd the majority of Ihi! tux certifying btldlos levying tnxes ngnlnst the same, having heretofore approved the sale of same; !!!•; IT FIlltTMKIl UKSOI.VHf), Tlmt Ihe rlialrrunh of I tin Roilril bt Sitjier- VINIIPS nnd the County Auditor slmll !)<• nnd nre hereby ntithorixed ,to cxe- i-jtli', sign nnd 'deliver a l')nlt Claim Deed for Ihe sail! of said premlws to snld iJcrclirt.Wf. • Kesolntlon nilojited this 1st Septenilier, ]!)44. Ayes: All. None. On iilotlon Rojinl pror(>pileil tn ntnllt 11.111! nllow clnhns ns "per Hchndule bt Clnlms llereitial'ter Written." ilny of Nnys: FCNtt town sinie Hank, withheld tnxes ........................ $ 2fin.2.1 W. W. fiulllvnn, stnmpnd envelopes ...................... 48.no (.'. Fred Porter, SI. Comptroller, excess Interest ' on School Fund ........................ CCD.01 City of Algoun, light and wn- ter Hervli'n ..... . :• . , ......... 24.fi!) \V. W. Sulllvnn, stamps ...... .11.00 Letn Uej-nolds, nsslst. Auditor office ........................ .1(1.00 J. II. Frnser, comin. nnd sessions ........................ 2fiO.!>5 \V. 10. McDonald, comin. and sessions ..................... 20i3.05 \V. A. Sehrnm, eomm. and sessions .................... ---- 240.10 J. F. Uulnu, comm. nnd sessions 248.110 ^f. Ii. Johnson, comm. nnd Sessions ........................ C. II. Ostwinkle, .del. per. prop. tax col ....................... A. J. Cogley, mileage nnd' Invent. tecs ..: ........ .'.Viii... A. K. LaurUzen, mileage,? .'„•. . . . II. W. Miller, office expense .. Algonn U'ppef DCS Moines,. iirtl. proceedings, etc ........ ..... Algona Hardware, sup. ...... C. A. Hoard, shnrpun InXyn •mower ................... ... ffpilles Ilurdwnro, sni ...... . . C. \V. 1'enrsun, adv. bty., etc. Uoyd Pannktik, bty. ..;..•..«... Remington Itnud, rep. nnd 'sup. Keystone Knvelope Co^-Jsup. M. (J. Bonnie, Coroner fees . J. 15. Johnston, J. I 1 , fees .... Frank Kohlhaas, Mayor fees .. American Legion Hnne 1'ost' No. !)0, rent .................. Kossuth Co. \\"ur Activities _Comm., office expense .... Kossnth Co. Farm Bureau, appropriation .................. 410.00 Mrs. Clotilda Iluchison, stumps and envelopes ...... ,.., ____ 20.02 COUKT FUND Matthew Cirier, court reporter SJ3.0S Franc'cs Amspoker, court reporter ....................... 21.00 Iowa Stain Bank, withheld taxes ......... .......... ..... n.."S Matthew (irler, court reporter .>!.(!4 F. II. Kemis, co\irt reporter .. • ii'l. 70 T. H. VUM> George Johnson, indein. cat- . tie ........................... .'J.Iinl Lester ]j. (iingerich, indem cattle .......................... 2i!n.CO 151.M l4o!no :iq.-ic sr..7o 158.28 •4.10 1.25 0.04 11.71 .:;o 17;I!5 0.00 o.no ;i.no n.oo 5.00 10(1.04 THURSDAY Lem Stoek#eii t pntrol ........ fieorne- F. Cfrithnm, pntrol .... Dick nnnUc, lohor ........... . C. It. Cdopprl Inhof ..... i.... Dwlgllt iV nrnltflftt, Inbor .... l!(ii(ert ft. SftfAt, Inlior ...... .1 nines M. Long, pntrol ..... . .. Doynl Sanders, pntrol ........ \V. F. • Sehfrtiler, pntrol ...... K. C. Ohm, pntrol ...... ........ Henry Fisher, Inbor .......... Cleo. H. Long, Inbor .......... Uny Jensen, paXrol ,),..... (iordnn ohm, Idltor ..... * ...... Chnrl«s •Thompson, Inboi .... PM linker, Inbor. .... .......... Clyde Sanders, patrol ....... Verne JCollmler, pntrol ...... itoelf Miller, patrol ............ Alvln Ewlhg, pntrol .......... J. II. Montgolnery, pntrol ..... HnMild Bliilr, laflor .......... P. H. Pelerseil, cheeking grnvei Iowa Public Serv. Co., pleeiric service ...................... Ititefcliili. ' MwCr' i:n.', p'dwer service . . . . , .................. tntei'stnte Power Co., power .set vH'e ....'....; ............. Central States Mice. Co., power '• . (It .77 si.irt m.7t f.i.od 140.00 i4f).:in ioo.no 112.14 08.00 «).40 l!j«.40 12.00 18.00 11.10 142.00 C. W. Pearson, ndv. frelEht . Algonn Hnrtlwal'ei slip ....... Algona, Impleiheht Co., slip. .. Frnilk Cook, slip. ............ flreetiberg. Attto Sill)., sup .... Dntehs Sttpar Service, sup. anil repair ....................... Prnlt Electric Co., repair .... Selnill/. llt-os., slip ........... Spllles Miirdwnro, sup ......... •Thompson Distributing Co., »tip. Delyle \V. Nelsort,. to right-of- way ....... ; ................. Knrl Stott Hitwfi., finp ......... (tumble Store, sup. ............ \V. F. Iteynblils, slmrpenlng snws ........................ Frank I). Fisher, snp ......... (ierman Vtilley Store, snp ..... Lone Hook Coop. Exchange Co., sup ............. . ............ Arnold Schmidt, Jr., liibor .... J. M., Blnnchnrd, sup ......... Chnrles Illltr., labor . ......... Lynch Oil Co., sup ......... ;. .Iiiek'n n.-X . Se'rv. Station, slip. Northern < Lumber Co., Slip. .. D. E. K. Ktiral Elee. Co., slip. A. L. Flslier, hauling 'dirt , nnd grnvei ............. .......... Hurry.. L. Cutler, leveling off . 1111.71 HS.40 111.50 2.04 • 2.01 1.57 1.02 .10.44 n.C2 4.4P, 0.2.-, 01.110 1.1)4 .n.n2 2i),00 10.I17 liWK! 1.00 0.20 2.02 59.4.1 11.00 . .Toh'nijoii Bros,, gravel nnd rs.XrWnry Stinib, Inbor nnd Conc-rfe'tq Products Corps., sup. SUvf-Kbrf. Dodge. Co., Blip Leightiin Supply Co., Slip \V. C. Brown Sup., Co., sup. .. Tire Uc-Cnp|)«i'9 Co., repairs .. Sargent. Miiclilnc Co., Int'., sup. Quick Supply Co., sup CiMitrnliAuto FAec. Co., slip. .. lowu /.Machinery and Sup. Co., sup:.' Gll>l>s-,Cook Trni'tor & Equip. Co., Kill). Diil;clinrt-Hiighe.s Tractor nnil K<iuip., .sup Kloctrlcul Kerv. & Stiles Co., sup Wliec-Icr Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co.. sup Balliuch Co., sup tirpnl Western Laboratories, sup Snap-On Tools Cofp., sup. .... \\". !•'. Smith Tire & Buttery (.'"., repair l!.\N<iS IHSKASIO Virgil K.O.Mnurp, indem. cattle l£.no Dniiiilil l.'slier, indem. cattle .. !M."i7 Gooi-gB H. Johnson, indein.'nit- iie n±no E. 10. .Meyer, indem. eatllfi WMXI Uiil'us Thompsnii, inilem. eatlle 3'J.uO STATK INSTITUTIONS FUN1> Helen White, clerk fees 0.2r, C. II. Cret/.meyer, physli-laii fees :1.00 T. 0. Hutchison, attorney fees ",.0(1 A. ,1. Coglpy, sheriff .a-es l-'.OO FAIR ASSN. . I Kossiilh Co, Kali- Assui., approj. J '• H 'prihlion" . .Tr.'. .'.?>??; .:...-.7: • 1000.00 f CONSTKt'irriON FL'NU ' Iowa State Bank, withheld taxes rjl.OO II. M. Smith, .salary '.'110.00 .1. 1. Jlerryman, usn of tools, ?. etc G30.S3 I'\ S. .Norton JL- Son, sup Sl.ii:! MAIXTKNANCK FUND Iowa Suite Bank, withheld j taxes 22<.29 City of Alguna, liRlit a ml pow- i er service «. ii^fifl I'uiil &• Krni-ilH, griivullng u.°UO.:i:i Harry Ilelnike, patrol ]:!4.0S J'liul & Kvurd.s, univeling .... l.'ldl.Od Mllo I'alterson, patrol !U4.fi2 Cllfl'iinl Holmes, patrol lliS.TO Aruulil Wegner, patrol 151.S4 \V"m. V. Uronbaeli, patrol .... sau'JS Knsmus Hnnscn, patrol ins.7o Peter Movlc-k, patrol 132.1 Bert Shollmybr," patrol .Top M. Usser, jjatrol Clarenep Hentges, patrol . Ferdinand Meyer, patrol . S-. 1). Mi-nonald, patrol Halpli Markla, c-lieck gravel Archie Dodils, patrol Tire. Ketread Co., rep. and sun. Tire Itetrend Co., rep. and sup. Kossufli Oil Co., gas sup. .. Martini & Sons Oil Co., gas snp Peerless Oil Co., fuel sup IJ.-incroft Oil Co., fuel sup Standard Oil Co., fuel sup. ... Dens-oil Lubricant Co.. su« .. TOOK FUND Marvel Dole, mileage Hcrtiikes Store, prov. ........ Hoods Super Value, prov •Aim's & I'oie.s, prov. Merrill 'Bros., prov Paul Ernst, prov Whltfemore Creamery, milk .. Dr. C.'JI. Crelzmeyer, medicine and office calls Dr. H. K. Hichardson, medical care Ln Verne Pharmacy, mertlcnl .,. slip..,,.....,... •Aleonfl • In.fitrhncc—A-geiicjt- ins. premium McMahon Funernl Home, funeral exp Carl Johnson, opening grave . Henry J. Kline, rent Ithiiiln Bonnr, rent De.pr. of Social-Welfare, aid to dependent children Depl. of Soolnl Welfare, aid to 11.00 50.02 3.00 00.110 10.27 202.00 002.50 Ofi.KO n7.S(l 117.50 309.17 00.21 70.81 20.00 88.C1 275.-10 237.47 , 55.87 84.S3 13.63 57.10 S24.1S 52.10 1S.30 81.52 (17.03 •10.113 C10.-I4 2r>8.01 2U7.74 blind triippf I'c« Moines, no- 15.48 4.20 L 'E. Slepiiens',' light serv, Irvln Elherlnglon. salary .. Ben Bakkeu. snlnry ...... fit-n Im ms Dept. Store, snp. llnb Clothiers, clolhlng .. Dr. P. V. Jnn»e, medicine null Dr C if.' Creir.mp.ver. medicine C. W. Penrson. mlr. fl-elght 15.27 20.11 110.00 125.00 .1.27 28.17 (18.00 1.00 2.44 1.TS.51 20.70 13.00 14.00 4.00 JO.flO 20.00 14.00 3.10 27.00 18.00 20.35 >9' • •.:• 10.05 81.50 12.00 20.00 10.00 105,73 Iffii.UU 1'.13.20 171.00 94.08 217'.20 | 155.00 Oliver Young, patrol H«!tiO A. .1. Hildman, pntrol 15S.70 L'rlian Neuroth, patrol W19 John .Stott, pntrol i:iti.40 H. W. POST DRAY AND TRANSFER Storage of All Kinds Long- Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona. la. HERE'S CASH $30-$50-$75-$100-$200 or More For Your Fall Expenses Prepare now and relieve financial strain with a low-cost personal loan. Have only one small payment to meet eaclv month instead of several. A loan plan is available for most anv borrower—married or single. SPECIAL TERMS FOR FARMERS Consult us today regarding your money needs. An inquiry will not obligate you in any way. Phil J. Kohlhaas Algona. Iowa. Phone 22. General Insurance Agency Amu OPTOmCTRIST TCL.436 flLGOnfi VOUH STOHK C. S. Johnson Groceries — Meats Hardware STOCK TANKS PUMPS CYLINDERS PIPES AND PARTS TYPING PAPER SOO SH6CTS 8'/ 2 » 59c Add 15c Postage and 1 Cent tax on Mail Orders ADVANCE Publishing Co. ? i .^w ' C. Ar-Hparilj- rcrinlr 5,25 A, W. Aintinson, rpp. glnMra/ M Algonn len.,CrpHtn & Cnhd^ Fnftory,' butehfrlnB ' ' 1137 Kntlierlnn 1'nrk, inlscl. snp 700 Unrry^Trplifikp, fnbor aA'no W. C. jMcCtillouBli, fiitiernl exi). 82.nfl (\lK"'w''Hftrjlwnr(>, sup 14,R 8 McKnl'op. 'tiros., cow ..... . 1n.l an illlor Is lierphy nlilliriHsicil ri'nrt illrnct»!il |d ISSIIP warrants fifr nil rlalms al- luwpit'-nf'*')!* tiieptlti)? na "hn|- s P |, fi . dnle flf Clnlnid Hpl-plnHpfore Wrlftfii,'" On iiioiIon Hoard mljotlrhcil "Slni* Die. Folger's Coffee, 21 S! Oxydol I. pkg. HILEX SNO WHITE .. Old Dulch CLEANSER . . IVORY SOAP:;;,; 3 ,,29c for Sunshine HI HO CRACKERS ';.";• 21 c ™ Pnns ]| BABO Campbell's 6RAPEFRUIT JUICED Carnalion r "' 6 » Mil If ta " PIILH cans Flavorite ' ' PEAS£,'... 2, W 2! Algona Creamery BUTTER, Ib. 44| ' ' each 2! Dark Syrup Peanut Butter ,Vl 3 MUSTARD . Gerber's BABY FOOD quart . jar . • . . can large 7c Swansdown CAKE FLOUR. Quaker OATS ... Post • " TOASTIES 'SS . 2 ,„, 25c 26c Mary Stevens SALAD DRESSING ;:!; 37 Seedless RAISINS . ' ;;' Pure GRAPE JAM ',•':•' 19 Carol DILL PICKLES Fancy' Hoasied PEANUTS qnnrt .27 Fancy Jonathan APPLES 2 n,s. 25c Fancy Waxed RUTABAGAS .4n». 25c New POTATOES 10 His. New ONIONS 10 Oranges, good size, doz. 3! Fancy Sweet Potatoes, 4lbs. 2 1 . QUALITY M€ATS •:• Meat Makes Ihe Meol VEAL ROAST . ; ..»„„ 8 ,,J BEEF ROAST... -, pni ,, ts2 6c. J VEAL CHOPS VEAL STEW.... .;, , SPARERIBS , ARMOUR'S TREET %T. COTTAGE CHEESE . * CHEESE no points, It) II 21! * , , ..'.,;. ... no points MH. I Kroouieo .,,.,., . . t • ' )OX * TPFCUCICU * FRESH FISH HOOD Algona Iowa WAI II VALU Iowa

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