Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 24, 1945
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PAGE SIX Presbyterian Society at Lakota Luncheon Hostess KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA 10 Delightful Pastel Colon, White, Black N O housewife or mother need be worried or vexed about disfigured walls—IF those walls are Finished with Cellu-Tone. Whether in the careless play of children or by accident, walls, woodwork and furniture become soiled, they may be easily washed with soap and water. Finger prints, pencil marks, ink spots, grease, soot, stains, even match scratches, wash right off its smooth surface. Its beauty makes it desirable for ule anywhere in the home. Its exceptional durability makes it ideal for kitchens. Made in a pleasing range of beautiful colors, Ccllu- Tone provides a perfect background for draperies, rugs and furniture. Cowan Bldg £ij:pI)Co. I'll one > 2"r> ALUONA, IOWA Lakota, July 23—A delightful event took place at the Presbyterian church July '3, when the Mission Society entertained ill a pot luck luncheon at 1 o'clock. Bowls of pink roses decorated the tables, and the napkins were a yellow green with the society monogram printed in a darker shade of green. The meal was served cafeteria style, and following the lunch-'was" host' toThe Seneca"Progres- eon the women went to the main s i vc Farmers 4-H club at his auditorium for the program. j home Thursday evening. Ten Song; devotions, led by the members answered roll 'call by SENECA FOUR-H BOYS MEET FOR A ROUND TABLE Seneca, July 23—Paul Lynch pastor, the Rev. E. H. Buschman; welcome, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, president; short play, The Challenge of the Cross, directed by Mrs. Carl Gerzema, and Mrs. C. A- Gutknecht. Mrs. Gerzema had the main part, and was assisted by Judith Schroeder, Bernadine Gerzema, Doris Asmussen, Wanda Heetland, Genevieve Bruer and Margaret Schroeder. Mrs. Gutkneeht sang hymns at intervals in the pli\y, which closed with the group singing, Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken. Song, Faith of Our Fathers, Your Next Car? Yes, il's i-' months, to lie iiiiiny more n .year, licl'oro 31 r. John Q. Citizen vtill ho ahlo to hny a IHMV car. Take Care of the Car Yoa Have Till Your \<MV Car Comes Along 1 Car conservation saved America's wnc-clc-il transportation all duriiiL; 1 the war to date. Don't let down now — save your transportation until you are sure you can get a new model. To Conserve Your Car Have It Serviced Kin'lit audience; speaker, Mrs. C. A. De Brium, who with her husband has been a missionary at the Arcot mission in India. They are in the states on a year furlough, which has been extended to three years, and the Rev. Mr. DeBrium is at present chaplain in the army at Camp Custer, in Michigan. Mrs. DeBrium and daughter are making their home with her husband's parents at Pclla. Mrs. DeBrium was dressed in Indian costume, and told of their work with the Untouchables of India. The offering for missions was 550. Several from out of town were present. telling something they learned on the recent 4-H club tour. Following the business meeting a round table discussion %vas held on management and feeding of livestock, led by Co. Agent A. L. Brown. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Lynch. Pfc. Harold Osborn was a guest of the club. Members present were Gene Bollig, Errol and Perry Petersen, Donald Merrll, Bob and Bill Moore, Lloyd Osborn, and Jack and Dick Looft. Also present were Mr. Brown and Roy Osborn, local leader. Donald Merrill will be host to the club in August. ALL LEDYARD'S TEACHERS BUT ONE ARE HIRED Ledyard, July 23—Supt. Richard Brouwer announces that the school faculty for Ledyard is complete with the exception of one teacher, who will teach departmental work in grades 4, 5, tmd 6. Teachers signed up are: Supt. Brouwer, mathematics and coach. Alvina Wilson, Ledyard, principal, music, home economics, and English. Genevieve Brouwer, Lakota, science and social science. Howard Smith, Elmore, junior high matematics, science, and physical education. . Betty DeHoan, Orange City, junior high English, reading and social science. Alberta Roelofs, Rock Valley, departmental 4, 5, and 6. Anna Marie Mitchell, Fenton, third grade. Bertha Solberg, Fenton, second grade. Lois Etter, Gushing, first grade School will begin Monday, September 3. Dinner for Osborn Sons- Mr, and Mrs. Roy Osborn Visitors From San Antonio— Mrs. Frank Krall's brother and i and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jack | Reynolds, San Antonio, Tex., I were last weekend visitors at the | Krills. They were accompanied honored their son Laydon on his birthday a week ago Sunday at a family dinner. Guests included the Wm. Richmond family, Mrs. Hattie Turner, Mrs. Eula Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn and Jimmie, Margery Osborn, and Glenice Wendt, the latter of Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. children. held in honor of son Harold, who is furlough at home. Lester Osborn and The dinner was also the Osborn enjoying Osborns Attend Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and children attended the wedding a week ago Sunday at the LEDYARD NAVAL YOUTH EXPECTS ORDERS TO SEA Ledyard, July 23—Sic John C. Richardson, who recently returned from overseas duty has been enjoying a 21-day furlough with his .parents, and brothers and sisters of Ledyard, and with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz Sr., of Estherville. He left Tuesday evening for Milwaukee, and was accompanied by Donna Fritzgerald of that city, who has also been a guest of the Richardsons. John will report back to New Orleans, and will be assigned to sea duty. by Mrs. Reynolds' sister, Mrs. | Methodist church at Cylinder, Algonii Phone 200 Marie McDonald, Chanute, Kan., who was on her way to Rochester, Minn., to go through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds went to Minneapolis from here. Visit by Lone Rockers— Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jorgenson, Lone Rock, were callers at the F. G. Torine home last week Tuesday. They were here to consult Dr. Pelz. Mrs. Jorgenson returned from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge a week ago and Mr. Jorgenson entered the same hospital 'for an operation for appendicitis. Krall Brother in Accident— 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall were Sunday Clear Lake visitors with Mr. Krall's brother, Louis and family. Louis has just returned from a hospital following a serious injury when he was struck by a hit and run driver July 4th! He will not be able to return to work for some time as his shoulder is still in a cast. of Wallace Wiesbrod, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiesbrod, and Shirley Sprout. Mrs. Osborn played the wedding inarch. A reception was held at the community hall following the ceremony. Bob Dolson Has Furlough— •Bub Dotson, of Armstrong, in the air corps and stationed at Dyersburg Field, Term., is now spending a furlough with his parents, the Clem Dotsons, and Monday evening last week he was with Harold Osborn. The A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTfC TANK. And the cost is so small. Easy to install, too. Group to Church Picnic — The Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer and family, Mrs. Henry Blome, Mrs. Lou Nitz, and Mrs. Howard Jensen attended the annual picnic and quarterly meeting of the north central branch of the Lutheran Welfare Society at the Lutheran church at Swea City a week ago Monday. Hospital Patient Home — Mrs. Jerry Ukena came home from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last week Monday following a major operation the previous week, ing rapidly. and is recover- boys spent part of the evening visiting Wayne Lynch. Attend Chum's We'dding— " ' Mr. and Mrs. Russel Jensen drove to Cresco a week ago Sat- urady to be present at the wedding of an army chum of Russel, Ben Jackson, last week Sunday evening. The Jacksons accompanied the Jensens home for a few days visit. Reunion at Richardson's— A family reunion was held at the L. C. Richardson home a week ago Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz Sr., and daughter Mrs Hugo Worlhington and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeberg and son Harold, and Mrs. Harold Wodyard and Mary, all of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz, of Swea City; the Herman Goetz Jr. family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and Kirk, Mrs. Earl Richardson and daughter, and Mrs. Alvin Richardson, all of Ledyard. Luncheon Honors Visitors— Mrs. Guy Smith and son Robert, of St. Paul, and her daughter, Pfc. Katherine M .Smith, who is stationed at the Boca Raton army air field in Florida, spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch. Mrs. Lynch is a daughter of Mrs. Smith. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Jack Krebsback entertained the group and also Mrs. Jack Lynch, Patty Jo and Jacqueline, Mrs. Thomas Lynch, and Mrs. Jule Siefert, at a 3 o'clock luncheon. Daughter for Harold Herzogs Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Herzog are the parents of an 8-lb. daughter, born last week Tuesday at the Buffalo Center hospital. She has been named Nancy Jean. Mrs. T. C. Torgerson, of Mason City, Mrs. Herzog's mother, came Thursday to assist Beverly Koe- steler at the Herzog home. • Sons for Two Families— Mrs. Theodore Green and new son Roger Allan came home from the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Klocke are parents of a son 'born last week Mondey at the Buffalo DINNERS HONOR LIVERMORE 'VET' ON FURLOUGH Livermore, July 23 — Dinner and supper guests a week ago Sunday at the Herman Larson home in honor of their son Clifford, : who is home on furlough, and the daughter Esther, who is home from Washington, D. C., where she is employed were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Larson and the Ingvald Larson family, of Wallingford, the George Larsons, of Bancroft, the Earl Larsons, of Swea City, Eleanor Koppen, of Algona, Levina Bordwell, and Mrs. Anna Pooch, Livermore. Clifford had a 30-day furfough, and left last Tuesday for a few days with fiends in Milwaukee. Ruiz Baby is Christened— The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz was bap- tised July 8 at the Lutheran church by the Rev. H. W. Mueller, Sponsors were Mrs. ErJ ther Wood, of Humboldt, and Harold Williams, of Livermore. She was named Linnore Florence. Following the services a dinner was served at the Rutz home. Attending were the Harold Williams family, Mrs. Woods, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger. Sergeant to Go O'Seas— Center hospital. Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Stdddard arrived a week ago Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mi', and Mrs. John Merris. They were on te way to Fairmont, Neb., and he expects to leave from there for overseas. His wife and son wil remain here for the duration. Mr. and Mrs. Merris drove to Des Moines to meet them. Surprise for Mrs. Logue— Mrs. Clara Logue was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday .afternoon when .20, of . her friends came to her home in h'ohor oJ her birthday. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs. Logue was presented with coin to buy a gift. Lunch brought by the guests was enjoyed. Pastor's Sister Visits Here— The Rev. H. W. Mueller re- left Wednesday for Washington, D. C., where she employed. Veda Hoffman, employed m Des Moines, spent te weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fank Hoffman. . Betty Conley, employed in Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conley. Treva Sprongj employed in Waterloo, visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sprong. ° Mrs. Paul Hoffman and two children, Chicago; are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Clark. Mrs. Marie Kettleman, -ot Cleveland, O., is spending a week visiting her sister, Mrs. August Paulson. Dorothy and Freda McKenzie visited Sunday at the Wm. Duant home in Algona. Mrs John Jensen has been quite ill or several days at her home here. Mary Opheim is spending a few days visiting relatives in Webster City. Erma Woods, employed in Algona, spent Sunday with her parents'here. LUTHERAN AID, OTTOSEN, IN A JULY MEETING Ottosen, July 23—The Lutheran Aid met Wednesday afternoon n the .church parlors with Mrs. 3enry Henrickson and Mrs. He- .en Rasmussen, hostesses. There was no special business for the day Mi-s. Clifford Lander and Mrs. Ralph Richards had charge of the program, which included a reading by Mrs. Donald Usher, solo by Virginia Bratland, duet by Mrs. Louis Hendrickson and Mrs. James Barber, reading by Mrs. Alma Daniels. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Elmer Ellingson and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson. Friends Call on Patient— A group of women took a pot luck lunch to the Irvin Movicjk home last week Tuesday afternoon visiting with' Mrs. Movick, who has been ill since last winter xnh arthritis. She is much improved lately. Those attending were Mrs. Max Clark, Mrs. ohn Coyle, Mrs. Edward Zinnel and daughters Leslie Ann and Muriel, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mrs. Roy Telford and son Larry, and Mrs. Oscar Movick arid daughter Charlene. Sister of Mrs. Hofius Ill- Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mrs. Ray Telford visited at the Cora Bacon home in Algona Thursday, and also with Mrs. Hofius! .sister, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, who'is a patient at the Kossuth hospital. Any Farm Home May Now Have • Bath and Inside Toilet Miue your home modern I Unjoy th« ismie comfortt that peopl* ID tht Okttti oitiet eujoy. F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 4-tf • Each kit contains 3 full ounce* of Salon-iypc solution, 60 Curlers. 60 end lis'ues, cotton applicator, neiur.ilizcr and complete instructions. Ohnesorge Drug Store KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE A Weekly Newspaper. Enforce! as SECOND CLASS MATTER DECEMBER 31, 1908, at the postoffice at Algona, Iowa, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Other Lakota News. The Walter Leslies spent week fishing in northern Minnesota. Their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Paulson are staying at the Paulson home with Mrs. Mary Leslie and Mrs. Paulson is assisted at the postoffice by Mrs. Will Kien- iU. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lewis and daughters Deloris and Arlene ,of Eagle Grove, and Frank Lewis, Lakota, were a week ago Sunday visitors at the Hugh Lewis home. Carl is the nephew of Frank Lewis. Vincent Ellman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Korse Ellman, and Leni Itis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Itis, are on furlough visiting their respective families. Both have been overseas. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley, Mrs. Bailey and her brother, Leslie Bailey, all of Mason City, were last week visitors with the Donald Clappers, south of town. The little son James of the Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Darnauer is stil confined to his bed with a leg injury that occurred about two weeks ago. Ed Clark and sister Maude Clark, of the state of Washington, are visiting at the Paul Kert- zkes. The Clarks are former Lakota residents. The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Kloe- terboer and two daughters, of Reoding Minn., were recent visitors with the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Buschman. The Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Busch- Band to Give Concert— The Sencea band will present a concert on the school grounds Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock Niemeyer. The concert is public. Other Seneca News. Present were Mesdames A. E. Nelson, Herman Streucker, Earl Crouch, Clarence Osborn, Wm. Sanders, Millen Jensen, Eula Williamson, Charles Osborn, Fred Jensen, Olaf Oftedahl, Otto R. Jensen, Lawrence Johannesen, and Henry Looft. Lois Wilberg was the guest of honor at a birthday party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, last week Tuesday afternoon. It was her fourth birthday and 16 little fiends helped he celebate. Mrs. John Streucker, of Des Moines, spent the weekend iat the Herman Streucker home. The Streuckers and Mrs. Katherine Eimers, were a week ago Sunday evening guests at the Lawrence Johannesen's. Mr and • Mrs. Charles Osborn accompanied by William Osborn, Mrs. Hattie Turner, Mrs. Eula Williamson and Harold Osborn drove to Fairmont Friday to visti at the Lawrence Saxton home. Donna Jean Bollig returned home Friday evening after completing the summer school course at Algona. As yet her plans for this fall are not definite. Arlowe Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson, arrived home Thursday for a furlough. He has been stationed at Camp Davis, N. C. Margery Osborn, accompanied by her friend Gladys Wendt, of Mason Ci|y, spent Sunday at the Charles Osborn home. At the same time Mds. Wilberg was hostess to the USW work group, and the women sewed on carpet rags and quilts. Clarence Scotts Parenti— : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scott' are the parents of a daughter born July 14 at the Buffalo Center hospital. She has been named Leila Jeanelle. Courtesy for Guests Thursday evening Mrs. Ed,ward Knoner entertained a number of friends in honor of her house guests, Louise Wilson. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herzog, Mr. and Mrs. Dane Krampe, and Mrs. George Alspack, of Baxter, were weekend visitors at the Herzog and Wm. Green homes. All of the Herzog and Green families were also guests a week ago Sunday at the Wm. Green home. Capt and Mrs. Calvin Vriesen called at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Edward Nuss last week en ronte to Hamburg, Minn., the home of his parents. He expects! to be returned overseas again shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Busch, of Ringsted, and her niece Mildred, were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Lloyd home. The Busches and Lloyds were supper guests at the Kenneth Busch home. The monthly social meeting of the youth fellowship of the Evangelical and Reformed church was held at the church last week Monday evening, with Billy and Jane Smith entertaining. Mrs. John Hanson, of Milwaukee, and her niece, Mary Lou Erickson, of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Christophal and son, of Grant, were guests Thursday at the Aielt Troff home. Friends here received cards last week from Mrs. Claude Haag, who has gone to Riverside, Calif., to join her husband who is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leisman, of Chicago, spent several days visiting at the home of the latter's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Edward Nuss. Mrs. Eddie Coplen and daughters Marilyn and Judy Kay, of TUESDAY. JULY 2J , ROOFING SIDING EAGLE , INSULATION - WEATHERSTRIP Aik for Free Esli mala , en You may buy on our venient monthly plan if desired. Cowan Building Supply ' ALGONA, IA. FOR SALE WARD TIRES AND BATTERIES !"• '' • J- ':• '•'• • ' •••• \ Tires of All Sizes on Hand FLARE BOXES AND RUBBER TIRED TRAILERS On All Rear Tractor Tires Knobs or Bars Also Have Some Grade III Tires on Hand SCHULTZ BROS. Phone 975 •East of Fairgrounds * Budget Estimate and Record of Filing • COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE—The board of supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa,? meet August 4th, 1945, at 9:00. A. M., at Court House, Algona, Io\ Taxpayers will'be heard for or against the following estimate of e penditures for the fiscal 1 year beginning January 1, 1946. • ' " •'•'• "L~.:j. IMMEBFALL, County Auditor. i ; 2 >;•• Expenditures for Year v - . mother at Belmond one day last Mrs. Lou Nitz was hostess to the Lakota Lutheran Missionary Society at Ledyard last Wednesday. REDECORATED. The Roscoe grocery front has been repainted and the interior redecorated. Swea City Parents Learn Son Is Dead Swea City, July 23—Hope that Sgt. Mererill Edberg, former Swea City boy who has been . ... missing in action in Germany, I Fort Dodge, spent Saturday vis- might be living, was ended last! iting at the Herman Goetz Jr. week_when his parents, Mr. and home. Mr. and" Mrs. Edward Knoner and tree sons, and their guest, Louise Wilson, were, in Algona last week Monday. | Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan' and Mr. and Mrs. George Thorn-1 pson were in Mankato Friday. * "HIGH SOCIETY." Humboldt is preparing for a "Society horse show" Saturday, I August 8. Entries of fancy horses' of all kinds are expected. ceived a visit rom two of his sisters, Adeline and Dorothy Mueller, of Washington D. C., and his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Mueller, of What Ceer. Aid Meets in Country— Mrs. Elwood Rammens was hostess to the Presbyterian Aid at her. farm home Wednesday afternoon. After the business meet- and lesson a lunch was served. Other Livermore News. Mrs. Anna Thompson who spent several weeks visiting her brother, Art Reeves, left Saturday for Fort Dodge to visit her brother George before returning to her home in Des Moines. Helen Underburg, vacationing rfom duties as a cadet nurse visited a few days at the Duane Benge home in Bradgate, and Ted Underburg home in Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and two children, an Mrs. Margaret) Sweeney and daughter Florence visited Sunday at the Eugene Sweeney home in Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vaudt, Wayne and Marilyn, spent last week visiting with Mr. Vaudt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt, at Whittemore. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Opheim, who have spent several weeks visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Opheim, left last Tuesday for Stanwood, Wilma Monson, employed in Washington, D. C., is spending a two weeks vacation visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Monsons. Mrs. Margaret Richerl, who had been with her husband stationed in the west, has returned to remain while he is overseas. Mrs. Phil Wilson went to Britt last Wednesday to help care for her mother, Mrs. Greenwalt, who fell and injured her shoulder. •Mrs. J. C. Miller has been ill a't her home the past week. Her daughter, Mrs. Kleber, of Fort Dodge, is caring for her. Virginia Miles, who spent two weeks visiting her parents here Other Ottosen News. Mr. and Mrs. August Lemke, of Casey, and Mrs. Louis Lemke and daughter Joyce, of Greenfield, spent a few days at the Alfred Lemke home. Larry and Jeanette Lemke returned home with their grandparents for a couple weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards visited with relatives over the weekend. They were the J. B. Christiansons, the Ray Simmons family, of Marshall, Minn.", and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Simmons, of Walnut Grove, Minn. Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son Knut Jr., returned Monday after a week at the Jesse Hohenstein home near Amboy, Minn. They also visited at the Evered Bryant and Cora Bacon homes in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson spent the weekend at the Henry Lovig home at Martells. The Lovigs are former residents here, and Mr. Lovig was manager of the farmers 1 elevator. Patricia Jacobs, daughter of FUNDS to '' ••a L Or X a <u g i o <U j3 a c v a 2.Q c (8* J 0 .Sirs o General :...$103,690 ,$104,330 $ Court Expense 1,758' 2,352 Poor 37,299 ----- Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, of Bradgate, is spending a few days at the Peter Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel and daughters Muriel and Leslie Ann were Thursday visitors in Algona. •Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt and family attended the Chambers reunion Sunday at Clear Lake. . man visited with Mr. Buschman s ficial telegram from the war department giving notice of his death. It is presumed he was shot by Nazi troopers in the woods where he and a comrade went to hunt an enemy sniper who had been firing on their camp. He was employed by the Swea City locker plant before his induction, and was a iine young man, well liked by all who knew him. State Institution County Insane. ••'•'.<• County School.. 12,171 Soldiers' Relief 2,626 Bovine Tuberculosis ..:. 2,070 Emergency ...... 20,000 Bangs Disease.. 1,039 Fair Grounds & 4-H Club 2,796 A. Const. % mill (4644.06).. 38,076 B. Const. % ..'.•• mill (4644.07) ' . C. Maint. 2 , ! ' • mills (4644.11) 102,186 187,750 D. Maint. 5 . mills (4644.11) .•.•"•• ' E. Optional % .' mill (4644.14) 26,327' . 23.551: I'l.lJOO •15,035 '.1,892 13,347 30,000 1,259 .3,8,00 15,841. 108,000 $ 37,800 $ 70,2 3,650 2,800 126,050 111,000 15,050 28,000 16,500 5,000 5,000 5,000 16,000 5,000 5,850 5,000 8,000 0,750 41,000 41,000 ; 2,750 1,500 5,000 455,000 324,000 80,000 25,01 Inc. in Abc^ve 383,000 100,000 8,000 Inc. In Above 27,000 185,0 27,01 Totals $323,711 $436,384 $l,214|3pO $613,550 $150,850 $449, Estimated taxes per $1,000 of assessed value $5.24. 10 SIZES CLASP ENVELOPES up to 10x13 at the ADVANCE. Gtt Home Comfort that Lull • Housttimt with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont ui tod«y CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA ALGONA ELECTRIC FARM WIRING APPLIANCE REPAIRING ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING WIRING OF ALL KINDS PHONE 20 20C W. STATE ST. HAROLD (Si) ROTH WILLARD (Jess) FANDEL tf A TO OUR COAL CUSTOMERS It i» our desire to fill all of your orders as fa« fc a8 the coal arrive*. : > Kindly let us know soon when we may deliver your coal, M to date our own coal storage capacity is "'H* edand we must know when you will take your coal. PHONE 229 F.S. NORTON & SON

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