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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 8, 1937
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FEMON HOMES WELCOME MANY OVER WEEK END Fenton: Mrs. Fannie Beling and son, Laolne, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kressin and daughter, Eileen. Viola Kressin, Mrs. Leonard Kressin and Marvin Llndeman. all of Barney North Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kressin and son, Bobby, of Pasadena. California, came last week and are visitors In the Alex Radlgr. Walter Krause, Fred Jentz and Emil Laabs home. Back From Trip To Pacific Coast Titonka: Misses Edith and Haze Budlong, who were accompanied to California by their niece. Miss Edith Mae Budlong of Algona, returned here Friday evening after spending three weeks coming and going to California. They visited many of the Titonka people out there, and brought home with them, their niece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong. Miss Marguerite Budlong, who makes her home with an aunt in California. Miss Marguerite will remain here during the summer, returning home for winter. These ladies report a most enjoyable trip both ways with no mishaps of anv kind. Slashes Finger Roy Dreyer mashed his fingers o his right hand while fixing a plow Wednesday and was attended by Dr J. A. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Newel of Davenport came Friday evening for a visit at the George Newel home, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson and family of Dickens were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter of Des Moines came Saturday evening for a vist at the parental E. A. Hus- hamp home. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrftt took their little daughter. Katherine to Fort Dods-e Wednesday for another examination. Mrs. Charles Bleckwenn and Mrs Art Bleckwenn entertained th Fmirville Lutheran Aid at the home of the former Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ro>crt Padgett and wns. Terrene* and Robert, spent Sunday. July 4. with Mrs. Padgett's sister. Mrs. Forest Rouse and family at Ayrshire. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Reimers returned to their home in DCS Moines Monday evening after a few days The Algona Upper Pes Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 8,1937 HONOR BERGGRENS OF SWEA, MOVING TOWESTCOAST Swes City: A fsrcwrH party TTS* given at the Methodist church on Thursday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs. Hsrry BprRjrren. who are earing this month far San DipR-cv California, to wi.tke their home The evening was spent socially, after which Rev. Harvey presented the coapTe with two beautiful religious pictures on behslf of the various organisations of the church. NEAR SHKLDON. IOWA. THIS IS WHAT happened when " f ™ ck '"' ns ""P d '' rl "8 »n nil-night trip. The of here with bis parents. Mr. and Mrs H. E. Reimers. Mr. and Mrs. 51 A. Huskamp accompanied by the Wesley Witter family of Des Moines. attended a family reunion of the Witters at Storm Lake. Monday. July 5. The Charles Newels. E. J. Frank. Rand Concert The Sires Citr band under the direction of A. B. Tweeten. played fl prop-am of patriotic numbers at its Friday night concert in Reynolds Park. In keeping with the Fourth of July motif, special lighting effects and fireworks were used. A large crowd enjoyed the concert. Painting Has Boom Painters and decorators here are having a busy week. Among places being painted this week are the T ^ Griffith drug store, the Appelquist nd " home, the August X. Peterson resid- " ence. Conrad Linde residence and the A. M. McAninch home. Seneca School Election Held Seneca: The annual school bus auction was held at the Seneca school house Thursday evening, July 1. Eleven bus routes were auctioned off to the lowest bidder. They will be further passed on Monday night. * The Seneca N. R. O. club met at the Glenn Burt home Tuesday afternoon. Ruby Paulsen worked at the Mrs, Henry Hoeck home in Swea City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom SL John and »ons spent Wednesday evening at he A. T. Paulsen home. Carrol St. John was employed at the Ole Johanson home the latter part of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom St John were Fairmont shoppers Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill an sons spent Thursday evening at th Henry Groen home In Swea City. Mrs. J. W. Campbell and child ren spent Tuesday afternoon at th Oliver Bakken, labor 90.08 Oeo. Gunder, labor 93.15 John Holtners, labor 79.45 Chas. Harvey, labor Notice Notice is hereby given that the Mid-west Service Company, Algona., Iowa, hag been duly Incorporated _., v _ . - - • i »>*" «*, «>uo i/cou uuijr iiivuiuuinivu Chas. Harvey, labor 43.76 I under and pursuant to the laws of GibbRjCook Co., street flusner Eagle Iron Works, mdse" Port Dodge Steel & Foundry Co., mdse. Iowa Culvert & Pipe Co., mdse. Lapp's Master Service, gas C. A. Heard, repairs Greenberg Auto Supply, mdse. Victor Lowe, md£e. Skely Oil Co., gas and oil- "farrls Bros. Station, gas and oil Harris Bros. Station, gas and oil 2377.04 47.59 89.05 32.47 the State of Iowa. The name of the Corporation shall be known as the Mid-west service Company and Its principal place of business Is at Algona, Iowa. The general nature of the business Is to deal In lumber, building mat- 12.25 1.00 I erials, paints, fuel and all ~ other I commodities which are usually bought and Bold In connection with a general merchandis- I Ing business, handling building mat[ erials and fuels. Also to buy and I sell at wholesale and retail, gaso- I lines, lubricating and cylinder oils, i 09 I greases, automobile accessories, *„: parts and al! other articles Incidental i.'Ji I to the conducting of wholesale and 9.22 I retail automobile service stations I and bulk oil stations. The authorized capital stock of 2.46 I said corporation Is sixty thousand (dollars (160,000), divided Into shares 17 9ft I 0 ' one hundred dollars ($100.00) ,„._. . „ „ „ i'L I each. Said shares of stock shall be Laird & McCullough, rent. 1.50 paid for at the time of Issue In money ATTORNEYS A* LAW R. j. Harrington 3. t>. Low* HARRINGTON ft LOWB Rooms 212-14 First Nat'1 Bk. ALGONA, IOWA 3. L. BONAft ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA Lawren Nielsen home near Ring sted. Leslie Denton spent the fore par of the week at the parental S. L Denton home near Wilmar, Minn He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Groen and baby of Swea City. City Bills Ends Vacation Visit . rou P A 7' f TEEL Sm ^S-At Indiana Harbor, ~ steel workers are shown punching time cards. More than 125.000 men are now back to work despite "the A/ihn? .IVn'T 1 ^ 0 C " L °" ° r *anizers a"* steel plant managers Although final settlements have not been reached, it seems evident _ th at the backbone of the strike has been broken. Amos Finnestad. George Jentz. Maxine. daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Jentz and families of Fen- Forest Erickson of Eagle township.' ton and the Mark Simmons family of Fairmont enjoyed a picnic July 4 at Fairmont Sunday night supper guests at the Herman Dreyer home were Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erail Davenport and Reuben Leudtke. Later Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft of Lone Rock called. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elgler of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes and son. Ewold of Lotts Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elgler and daughter, Mary Jane Sunday, July Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zwlefel entertained Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel and children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larson and family of Depew, Joan Zwlefel and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and little son, Larry Lee, at dinner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stone of Burt, Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and daughter*, Janet and Rita of Swea City and Mrs. Clifford Parrish and her daughters, Deloris Ann and Marie of Davenport were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wels- brod. enjoyed a week's vacation visiting relatives and friends at Swea City and Armstrong. Maxine has completed the probation period of a three year nurses' training course at Mounds Park Midway Hospital St Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolfe of Waterloo came Friday for a holiday vacation here with relatives. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder and family of Lone Rock and Ellen Wolfe of Swea City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers. Mrs. Dorothea Gerhards and son. Jackie and daughter, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schweppe and daughters, Ruth Ann and Alvira, all of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Reimers enjoyed a picnic dinner at the river north of Fenton July 4th. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn and daughter, Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson and family of Fairville, met the Edward Dehnert family at the Call Park, Algona, Sunday where they enjoyed a picnic supper and attended the Fourth of July celebration at the Algona fairgrounds. Eunice Johnson went home with the Dehnerts for a week with her friend, Doris Jean Dehnert. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arbogast and son of Grove City, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arbosast, Esther Arbogast, Donald Hegg and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast of Afanan- ah, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harley Frederick and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earnhardt of Ein- nietsburg, Mr. and Mrs. John Demp- •sey of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs. Irvin Huskamp and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Will Huskamp rind son, Robert, Mrs. John Arbogast, Mrs. LeRoy Huskamj) of fYiiton. Mr. und Mrs. Hans Baago and daughters, IJllian and Leona of fiingsteii. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmiilkunz and their daughters of Fairmont Mr. and Mrs. Orant of \ S. H.. and Everett Mourtin.son of M,m- tinah. Minn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Huskamp and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence at an Arbogast family reunion held Sunday at the Huskamp farm. Paul. Sell 100 Dot Doughnuts Members of the Epworth League conducted a doughnut sale Saturday to raise funds for their trip to the institute camp at Okoboji. Over one hundred dozen doughnuts were sold by the young people. Kruses Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kruse of O'Neill, Neb., came Saturday night to sp*nd the week end with her mother, Mrs. P. C. Dahl. They will also visit Mr. Kruses parents, the H. N. Kruses in Algona. Their daughter, Patricia, has spent several weeks with Kossuth county relatives. Visitor* From Algona Fourth of July visitors from Algona Included Mr. and Mrs. Ear) FAREWaiPICNICHELDHONORING ST. JOE FAMILY, MOVING AWAY Griffith at the Mrs. Anna Griffith home, and D. L. Leffert and daughter, Ha Mae, at the Emma and J. J. Anderson residence. Mrs. Leffert is making an extended visit here. Grace Berg, bookkeeper at the Gamble store, at Algona, spei.t Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. G. Berg. Mrs. Henrietta Coff and children and her sister. Alice Hoerlc drove to Des Moines Sunday, where they spent two days visiting relatives. The Norwegian Lutheran Ladies Aid met Tuesday with Mrs. Jay Larson and Mrs. Abel Erickson as the hostess. Mrs. Marvin Uhr led the program. Gail Kesler came from Minneapolis, Saturday to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C H. Kesler. Paul Stockman also of Minneapolis spent Sunday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson and tending business school at Waterloo, spent the week end at home. Lois Graham, who la employed in Mason City, spent the week end with her parents, The J. D. Grahams. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent Monday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, at Pocahontas. Uoyd Steward, Iowa Falls, spent the Fourth with his mother, Mrs. Mary Steward, at the Harold Steward home. Mrs. Dorothy Larsen and daughter, Geraldine. Britt, visltid from Friday to Sunday at the C, L. Hold- Ing home. The Art Fandels spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. Fandel'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel at Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. George Graham. Cedar Rapids, visited over the week end with George's mother, Mrs. Emil Christenson. Paul Macauley returned Saturday from Ismay, Montana, where he had spent five weeks with his nephews, Paul and Vaughn Manor. Mary Jean McDonald returned Saturday from Ames, where she had spent, ten days with her aunt, Mrs. E. C. Nelson and her friend, Muriel Hoenschell. Mrs. Velma McBride and children, Kenneth Cook, the Erwin Schwie- terta and Will Gormans were among Burt people who spent the Fourth at Arnold's Park. C. O. Riddle reports the sale of John P. Kirsch Family Moves to Fairfax, Minnesota St Joe: A farewell picnic was held on the Peter Kayser lawn on Thursday afternoon in honor of Caroline Kirsch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kirsch, who moved last week to Fairfax. Minn. The afternoon was spent In the playing of games. Caroline was presented with a pretty gift by the girls. Those present were Angela Erpelding, Mary Evelyn Hermann, Maxine Bormann, Iva Lu Thllges Yvonne Fuhrmann, Mildred Bormann. Mildred Burger, Eleanor Weydert. Verena Kayser and Rita Thul. all classmates of Miss Kirsch and Stella May Reding, a guest. A farewell party in honor of Mr and Mrs. John P. Kirsch was held June 24, 1937. The City Council met in regular session, the mayor and all the councilmen were present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. An agreement was signed with the Nat'l Tank Malnt. Corp.,, Des Moines. to clean the Inside of the water tower, price for cleaning to be $18.75. Motion carried to purchase "Paeger" cement mixer, price t be $265.00. Cicnret licenses issued to Ken nedy & ParsoiM, Ben Sorensen, An derson Cafe. J. F. Behlmer, K. D fames, R. L. Robinault, H. S Beatty, Floyd Pierce, G. A. Witt kopf. Carl Dahlhauser. John Dies er, Selzer Service Station, Algona Hotel, Wm. Barry, Edwin Johnson Anderson & Galbraith, G. R. Cook Algona Upper Des Moines, printing Advance Publishing printing Co., A. V. Hertig, signs M. J. Duffy, Co. Treasurer, taxes 19.98 19.72 j 6.50 10.00 or property, and if paid for In property. It must be subject to the approval of the Executive Council of Iowa as provided by law. The time of the commencement of business of said Corporation shall be fixed as of the date of tti3 Issuance of Its Certificate of Incorporation by the Secretary of the State of Iowa and shall continue for a period W. B. qVAttfOtf H. W. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldf. .Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA j ps , ifill erAvol 11 1 rift . . Bna Bnnli con " nue Ior a period -" *<-.»v»,.ii 1 io «i LiAW jess HIM, gravel 114.00 I of twenty years unless sooner dls- I Secilrlfv Sfnfn nt, DIJ™ »u Herman Lyons et al. labor 208.7B solved as provided by law. (security state Bk. Bldg. Phone Herman Lyons et al, labor J. F. Overmyer, supplies Mrs. A. M. Collinson, salary Dr. Sawyer, rent of rest room Jesse Umber.hower, care of dump C. E. Chubb, engineering (storm sever) C. E. Chubb, engineering, (sidewalk) SEWER FUND '. W. Kelly, salary Erick Nelson et al, labor. FIRE FUND '. C. Wright, salary Clapp's Master Service, 208.75 I solved as provided by law. A en The affairs of the Corporation are *- ow \ to be conducted by a Board of Dlr- I ectors consisting ot not less than 20 00 I three nor more than five persons who must be stockholders of the Corporation which Board of Directors shall be chosen by the stockholders at their annual meeting and hold office for one rear, or until their successors 25.00 25.00 A, HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHlSOir ATTORNEYS AT LAW an mdse. tennedy & Parsons, mdse Algona Ins. Agency, fire- 18.10 17.50 30.00 491.22 45.00 17.29 .47 men's policies SWIMMING POOL FUND 94.50 Ollie Roblnault, Shop. Algona Coffee two threshing machines, one to Art Cruikshank of Union township and the other to Frank Heider- scheidt of near Algona. Eleanor Vogel and a friend, Helen Johnson. Moline. 111., spent the week end at the G. J. F. Vogel home. The girls are taking work at the school children. Donald and Doris, spent' at Miller ' s B "y °n Lake Okoboji. the Fourth of July week end at the wini..,™ w;<.-« u~.. a *— m___ Niagara Cave at Harmony, Minn. Mrs. J. M. Dye is confined to her bed with heart trouble. Mrs. Virgil Nelson and baby Carol left for their home in Chicago Sunday evening via the Milwaukee train from Algona, having spent a month with the parental El Berg- grens antl W. O. Nelsons. Guests at the A. M. MeAnlnch home Sunday inrlu.led their B on, Merle and wife and son, Maurice of Rolfe and the C. M. Trumbars of Williams. Mrs. Trumbars and Mrs. MeAnim h ;ue sisters. Mis. Arthur Benson of Brain- ar.l. Minn., is visiting with her moth.r. Mrs. Martin .NV!.,,,n. here Mr. Benson, former owner of grot-cry .store here, now operates a .similar business at Hrainard. Wise, Houston, Texas, and his mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, Sexton, and Mrs. Metcalf, Purcell, Oklahoma, were supper guests Saturday at the LeRoy Burger home. The O. H. Grahams, J. G. McDonalds, M. M. Chipmans, R. A. Bleichs and Harold Grahams, Des Moines. had a picnic dinner Sunday at the W. W. Boettcher home. Mrs. George Koestler and Donald Nordin accompanied Mr. and Mrs Lewis Wetzel. Altadena. Calif., on a relative.- m Bricelyn and Minn . Thursday and Richpoint New« Hugh Raney acted as tic kut .seller at the two-day celebration in Al- I gona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch and Mrs Hugh Raney were Sunday guest; of the George Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson were at a fourth of July picnic at the Harvey Johrscn home in St. Ben edict. Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz am family spent the Fourth of July evening at the Geo. Schulz home ii Britt. Mrs. Dick SkiJlujg and Mrs. Loui* Johnson attended a four o'clock tea at the Mrs. Nellie Deviue home at Livermore Saturday. The affair honored Mra. Frank Devine, Jr., of Sioux City. Mr. und Mrs. Everett Van Steenberg and Louis Egel, Flint, Mich- ,, ,, , - • from •Mr*. Hi-leu l-vu-rs the f onnfcr j, r IVters oifjr,-; b'uldin:-. [,o-,.s.-hsjon to be given August I/ .Mr. Chipman v. ill ii.-._- itiL- biiildm^ f (J r ;i mortu- "ry. The buililniK i* next door to Injured in Full *r. < 'inj'iica:. is carrying her :irm '- ''• e t.> ,-,i, injury .she re- •li.o- it-ll from a swing visit Ii. Hector, Friday. Mr. ami Mrs John Harris. Fairmont, visited Friday evening at the I-ian Harris horne. They came aft- a | er tdeir .sor., Bobby, who had spent three wei-ks here with hi* grandparent.,. The key. and Mr-;. L. Richmann and f.vo dau^hu-rs |,,ft the middle 01 this week for Wheaton. Minn.. where they will .sp,-nd a couple of we,; r :.-, uiih Mrs. Hichmann';, mother ui.ii other relatives. The Kev. and Mrs. Thoburn -Spei-ii.r and son. Biilie. J'hyliis iiro..k, /.ulpha Rae i'ratt, James Jlirf aii-J Kayrnond Ncl.,on are attending the Kpwortn U-ague institute at Lake Okoboji this week. Ttiv I>;,u and Kiert-tt {{arris families ar.d Keinhold l j attended a fu/ie ' at their home Tuesday evening. The Kirschs left Wednesday afternoon for Fairfax, Minn. Jacob Dieter from XVheaton II is here visiting with relatives and friends. Mrs. M. T. McGuire is driving a new Buick and Nick Berte a new Chrysler. Mr and Mrs. Henry Zeirnet and family from near Bancroft visited in this vicinity Sunday. Mrs. Orville Wagner and daughter, Elaine, spent Thursday with the Edward Bescha at Whitternore. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Weydert Loretta and Marie Fisch and Raymond ihilgea spent Sunday and Monday with relatives at Nashua. Mrs. Mike Reding waa pleasantly surprised last Monday in honor of her birthday. The women spent the afternoon at cards and social- Mrs. Lucy Wagner spent several days last week at the Ted Wagner home. Mrs. Ted Wagner entertained the Jolly Eight club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Ambrose Walschen left Friday afternoon via train from Fort Dodge for Cedar Rapids, Neb., to spend the Fourth and visit with relatives and friends for several days. Ambrose is working at the John Tbuls Beer permits granted to following;: Carl Dahlhauser, John Bieser, Selzer Service Station, Algona Hotel, Wm. Barry. Edwin Johnson, Anderson & Galbraltb, G. R. Cook. Motion carried to transfer $30,OOC from the Electric Light Fund to the General Fund. Resolution passed naming the Security State Bank a depository for City Funds. J. D. Lowe appointed library trustee to fill the unexpired term of E. J. Murtagh. Motion carried that the city extend electric line to Geo. Banwart, providing he pays $75.00 on cost of same. The following bills were allowed: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND J. W. Kelly, salary | 195.00 Leo Belock. salary 140.00 F. C. Dalley, salary 140.00 Tom Halpfn, salary 135.00 Walter Gorman, salary __ 135.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary . 140.00 Hay Barton, salary .. „ 14000 C. r. Wright, salary . 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary 140.00 'Harold Roth, labor 110.60 -d wii, , igan, left for their home Tuesday efter nearly four weeks at the Chas. Eg«l home. Oo their way home they will visit relatives at Red W!,ig, Minn., and in Chicago. Catctu-!. IJig W;tll-Ey,. Ti ' L ' Harold (Jrahams and A C- nickwires, Ues Mijines, were week end guests at th,- J. H. Graham home. Mr. Wickwire and J H Uraham lished at Clear I^ke Sunday and Mr. Graham caught a 6->i pound wall-eye pike. The Fortnightly Club met Friday afternoon at tiiu liome of Mrs O H Graham. ' Mrs. Margaret Murray viaited over Sunday at the borne of her son James in Algona. Mr. and MM. Clfliord Holding attended the funeral of a relative at FartUuuaville Sunday. Barbara Jean Hott who is *t- Notice to Contractors '-'I |.l''.l'".-.lU will P,,: |,.( ,.iv,'(l 1 ' "ii-ti ii' tic,n ,,t ., ru,al ,,!,,,,,| f-K n, l»i.,ut,t Xo. ," c..f th v H. ' 'cjjiil > , ii,na. uniii s ij',' !•' : • -'-. 1-J.17, in s. |,,,,,| j|..u»M in 1 N-' -' II t<lWnM;![) h.-n- I-H- v.ih I,., i,.,-, K..1 l,,|-"(;, „. "'-K ..II j. ,'.,i,V.'i,« l.'.^'u',*, and ' .ill-.i,., I,,- Tl.orn,,,),) -J'j,,,i-,,,, • c-l. K..!.-..( i',n . |.,vi,, "•• ",.., I,,- .,1,1.,,,,..,| ,,,„,, I,,.. ' ' lioliuli.l,: 1,1.1.1,., ,. I-:,,, |. II I"' •« ' ',l.,|'.iiil'"l b'.' u k I., Kli.lfiil !,.,; H,;,( ',!„. -•Ml,-I- ii.t,, c-,,i,i,.,,i ;u ,,| i 1^,-t.t i., i t-j,. L i uny or Ernst Thicl, meter rending Klcc'.ric Supply Co^ mdfie. WesUnghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse. The Van Meter Co.. mdse. Owatonna Tool Co., mdse. Terry-Durin Co., mdse. Malleable Iron Range Co., Addressograph Co., mdse.. Advance Pub. Co., mdse. . Nelson Ildw., mrUe. A. H. Borchurdt, mdse. Tom Frank), «a» Mrs, Sever ChrUtensen, mdse. Basket Grocery, refund on meter R. K. O'Brien, Sec'y Stale, sale tax on car Kossuth Motor Co., repairs Kossuth Motor Co., car . W. W. Sullivan, box rent . 'resco Union Electric Co., signs Telephone Co., service Butterworth Express, freight 2S50 84.34 47.70 H.50 181.72 352.04 • -i-i:fj. .1 , i.. .nU'-i- ivill 11 i.l.^i. lji>i,< -.11 hi.l.s. •I!*' -I U'J.VKi.-l.. U-hiil.:in,, .-'•• i.-la, ..- S, I,,,,, I TV. p. ,,f - ' low* a fu/ieral at Kstherville Sunday and yi^teci at the- John Hams home in me in They viuw the damage Fairmoi.t. clone by the reci-jit heavy hail ut Fiiniu^nt. Mr and Mr.,. Ernest Thaves Min- Hea|,oh.s. Mr. and Mr.,. Otto Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. J. Weiwett, Buffalo Center, visited over the- Fourth at the Ed and J. C,. Thavt* homes. The _lhavts families their guebts and the ihuves sisters, Lakota, enjoyed a — Picnic dinner Sunday at the Ed County, or the Clerk of said Court; r| ' 1 ' and at ten o'clock a. m., of the day Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY, M. No. 42«3 In District Court, June Term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Authonette Durant, Deceased, dated July 31, 1936, having been this day. filed, opened and read, Wed- neatlay. the 21at day of July, 1837, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of wild Thaves home. The O. G. Stows. Davenport and Lester Stow, Cedar Rapid* visited over Sunday with their father F O. Stow. Mrs. Clifford frWriab accompanied them here aji-i visited her parents, the J. P. Stuwa. She took home with her her two daughters, who had been iUying with their grandparents. The £ now living at Parrlnh above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and nhow cauae if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 22, *>7. KATHARINE McEVOY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. Van Mess & Stiliman, Attys. 26-27 H. W. Post, freight Ry. Express Agency, express Kirsch Laundry, laundry _ Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil repairs Fulton Iron Works Co., General Klectric Co., mdse Oarlock Packing Co., rndse Johnson Oil Refining Co., gas oil r Shell Petroleum Corp gas oil Shell Petroleum Corp gas / oil y..__ C. M. St. P. & P. H'y, freight on oil Sou, painting WATER Fl'ND J. W. Kelly, salary Harry Barton, salary Frank Oslrum. salary ... Laura Mitchell, salary Earl Bowman, labor Uick Heliuers, labor Neptune Meter Co., tudse.4 J. J. Hiauinan Jr., water tests Laing & Muckey, labor & material Water Works Engineering, subscription Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil Bulfalo Meter Co., DEPOSIT FUND L. K. Abhlaiid et til, refund deposits . GENERAL FUND F. W. Green, salary H. A. Van Alatyne. salary. R. H. Valentin*, salary .. K. H. Valentine, salary . P. W. Green, doga Tom Akre, reot _ W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage Telephone Co., service Nelson Hdw., mdse. Thus. Akre, mdse. Jesse Lajthtirook, salary . Evelyn Smith, salary Omer Kelly, salary Phil Bergfleld, salary Hob Sellstrom, salary K'rsch Laundry, laundry- Anna Siitton. labor Frank Bankson, labor W. A. Richardson & Sons, labor Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.. service Thompson Hayward Chemical Co.. chlorine Wallace & Tiernan Sales Corp.. mdse Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. Advance Publishing Co., EO.OO 60.00 60.00 60.00 8.98 2.00 14.85 46.80 6.76 11.14 49.61 35.06 9.95 16.09 mdse. 2. W. Hanson, repairs _ . BAND FUND Algona Military Band, services .. 650.00 FIRE EQUIP. !en. Fire Truck Corp, mdse. 77.96 are elected and qualified. Until the I number of the members of the Board of Directors Is changed, there shall be flve members on the Board of Directors who are as follows, towlt: Martin Jenson, Sr., Rlngsted, Iowa; Ralph Jenson, Rlngated, Iowa; Martin A. Jenson, Alsorm, Iowa; Lester T. Jenson, Rlng- sted. Iowa, and Vernon Jenson, Armstrong, Iowa. Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Corporation shall be held on the third Tuesday ot January of each year at the principal office of the Corporation located at Algona, Iowa, at ten o'clock In the forenoon. The annual meeting of the Directors of the Corporation shall be held mmedlately after the annual meeting: of the stockholders and at such meeting the directors shall elect the officers of the Corporation. The officers of the Corporation shall be a president, vice president, secretary, nnrt treasurer, and one person may hold more than one office. Until the flrat annual meeting. Martin Jen- soit, Sr.. Rlngsted, Iowa, shall be president; Lester T. Jensor., Rlng- sted, Iowa, shall be vice president; Ralph Jenson. RlnfrntPd, Iowa, shall he secretary and Martin A. Jenson. Algona, Iowa, shall be treasurer of said Corporation. The private property of the stockholders of said Corporation shall be exempt from corporate liability except to the extent and In the manner provided by the laws of the State of Iowa. (Signed) MARTIN JENSOK. SR., President, RALPH JENSON. 25-:? Secretary. B. J. Van Ness O. W. Stillmfta VAN NESS A 8TILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Bu«dln* Phone 213 Algona, Iow» Gaylord D. Shumway Edw, D. Kelly ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone 108 ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-310 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 208 P. A, OANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa S4ate Bank Bkta. Office Phone 460-J - ^^ ALGONA,- IOWA Rea. 818 T «, ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan HJLLIVAN, miAHON ft LINNAJT Sen. Fire Hose Co., mdae. 104.76 82.50 iender & Caldwell, mdse. Adjourned. ADAH CARLSON, Clerk. HIDES WOOL Top Market Prices Paid for Hides and Wool Joe Greenberg 26.73 5.17 1.38 1.21 65.00 10.00 14.60 1.55 730.77 .75 4.04 15.11 5.01 43.57 2.21 5.41 9.72 6.»2~ 11.91 2S7.95 16.07 256.95 696.89 312.51 647.83 150.15 75.00 130.00 130.00 110.00 105.60 1.50 129.00 2.00 2.38 3.00 8.21 61.11 75.00 130.00 122.00 70.00 40.00 2.00 10.42 1.08 3.32 1.63 3.88 125.00 H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Erery load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped t* do an f draylng ftp Algona, Iowa Phone M Office over Kossuth MuL Ins. Bldn. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qutaby Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS' J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. R1 «' over Rexall Drug C HL CBETZMlfiVER, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bide. 0, ' BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over Post Office Bide. Phone»-0fflc« 197 ReT 1M Constipated 30 Years Now Eats, Sleeps Fine "For thirty yaer* I Imd stubborn constipation. Sometimes I did not go fur four or five days. I also had awful QAS bloating, headaches and pains In the back. ADLKRIKA helped right way. Now I eat sausage, banariaft, pie, anything I want and never felt better. I sleep sound all nlKht and enjoy life."—Mrs. Mabel Wcliott. ADL,EHIKA cleans out wnere ordinary laxatives do reach. Quick, thorough OSTEOPATHS DB. & W. MEYER OiUopathlc Physician General Practice ittentlon given to non- treatment of rectal dim«»»e«, varicose veins and ruoturiL General Hospital PtSSmW DENTISTS H. M. OLSON DENTIST ° vep store p , en sore Phone, Business 166. Residence 7M _ ALGONA, IOWA nut action, yet gentle a'nJ nufe. ffrlpe*. — K. W. I.unl.y, Druggist. Never Mr. Farmer- Buy Pepsi-Cola by the case or in tbc Special Pepsi-Cola Bag. Enjoy Pepsi-Cola During Harvest Time at Home Your Dealer Cau Supply You DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer BId». Algona, low* Phone 313 C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone ... Re.. Phone 174 AIg£H,J* Phone 20 GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D S. GENERAL DENTISTRT "*"~ In Po»tofflce Block Algona, Iowa HAUL B. HOFFMAN _._, DENTIST CWIc. to New HeU. Bldg. R*». Phone lie Phone 44 REAL ESTATE Phona VETERINARIANS MINNEAPOLIS Elliott Skilliujf, maa and team ------- ......... 170.9* Willard Uregsuu, maa and --Frank dkilluig, labor ____ 157.46 9J.15 Urty f ood widi tk, opportwity of hd* cMtcr of UMMM, activiiiti. Typewriter Paper We have just received a lam shipment of ream package* (SOO sheets) which sell for tor BOO sheets l» a good grada bond Paper and will make an ax- cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Complete Garage Facilities Theodore F Stefan - Manager Ratesffom *\, AN D R E WS HOTEL 4TH STREET AT HEHNEP1N AVE. Inquire at the Algona Upper Des Moiaea for

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