The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 29, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 29, 1937
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WESLEY MAN, 69, DIED ON SUNDAY The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 29,1937 Mr. Miller Succumbed to Stroke; Buried at Lu- Verne, Former Home Wesley: Vee Mullin local towns- ffian. has the sympathy of all his friends and neighbors here in the loss of his father through death which occurred Sunday morning at 7:30 at the Mullin home here. Mr. Mullin, Sr., 69. had made his home here with his son since last spring and had previously suffered several strokes which left him in a weakened condition. The body was taken to Algona from where it will be taken to LuVerne, his former home, for funeral services and burial. School To Open Early The Wesley public school will open on August 30th this year, a week sooner than in former years. It was expected in the spring that the teaching force would be the same, but recently two teachers. Miss Alvina Johnson and Miss Mathilda Eye. have been released, both girls' having resigned to accept teaching positions in larger schools. Those who will return are Supt. & K Ravlin. Coach Oeo. Orbell. Principal Mary K. Jennings. Miss Mabel Cecil State and Miss Agnes Bayer. The two vacancies have not been filled. The J. T. Meurer family spent Sunday visiting at the Armour L*m- kee home near Irvtegton. Mrs. H. H. Flom. Sr.. was hostess to the Priscilla Phoebe society at her home here Wednesday. The Jacob Kraos family of Manly were Sunday guests at the home of his brother, Charles Kraus. Mrs. Gregory and daughter. Daisy "of LuVerne spent Wednesday here visiting Miss Arabella McPherson RESTOEfl AFTER BElXO TRAPPED IS FATAL MINE FIRE—Mineral Point, Pa Alvin Trexler. the last of the miners to be brought out safely, being carried down a steep hillside to a waiting ambulance after he was revived by rescue crews with an inhalator. following the fire which swept through the fan house or the Black Diamond Mine of the Mineral Point Coal Company near this Cambria County village late July 9. One worker met death by suffocation in the smoke-filled shaft, while five others, who were injured, were removed to s hospital at Johnstown. IRVINGTON NEWS With them they took little Carol Erdmann. 6 year old twin daueh- ter of the Erdmanns. who tviU visit at Charlotte for n month, expecting to return for school opening here August 30. Mr. and Mrs. tester Larson and son. Arvin drove to Iowa Falls on Sunday, where they visited in the home of his sister. Mrs. John Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Larson acted as sponsors at baptism for the infant daughter of the Andersons who received the name of Beverly Ann. Mrs. Arderton wss formerlv Mis* ,,,. visited last \rrek at f-e Carrie Larson and taught the Olaf i B orman home. Mrs. O'Connor is Funnemark-Ole Flom school north- J .>,„ former SteHa Borman and is a west of town. j « is " ter O f Ernest. Mrs. Nina Ranck of Rockledge.' 'Crowded Out LaJt Week> Dur\n» Campbell of Seneca and LeRoy Scheppmnn are working for Ra!nh Lage assisting with the har- vestinz whi'e A. D. Hesdley and Mr. Heller are being employed by Edward Mawdsley. Mrs. Matt O'Connor and daughter. Rose Anne of Parsons. Kan- Florida, arrived on the Sioux Sunday morning for a month's visit here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt. She. together with the The local baseball team motored j Felts, and Miss Nina Mae \Vasmer. to Buffalo Center Sunday where they crossed bats with the Buffalo Center team. Otto Merit, one time resident here. but now of Illinois, spent a day last j week visiting in and about Wesley with old time friends. A large group of the Young People's society of the Congregational church enjoyed a picnic outing at the Call State Park Friday night Miss Mary Lorenz who has been employed in Council Bluffs, arrived home the fore part of last week for a vacation visit with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdmann. Bernard and Marguerite and Miss Gertrude Stillwell drove to West Bend Wednesday to view the grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froehlich drove to Williams Sunday to spend the day visiting at the home of their daughter, Mr*. Lawrence Ricke and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wlngert and daughter of Montowac, Wls., spent several days here over the week end visiting his mother, Mrs. Mi chael Wlngert, Sr. Friends here of the Corey fam- ire leaving this week for Denver. Colorado, to get another daughter. Mrs. Al Wagner, who has been visiting with several of A!'« sister? in Denver for the r"?* month or more. They expect to be gone about a week. Mrs. Fred A Diekman snd Mrs. Fem Qiwh, Rudolph Will Is harvesting his small strain on his farm near Jackson. Minn., this week. He was up to his farm last week and reported a two-Inch rain which had taken the grain down so most of it could only be cut one way. A gentle rain fell In this section Sunday, but did no damage to grain. It really a benefit. There was no wind. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH CUNTY. ss. Ma 4S7S in District Court. June Term. 1957. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mattie F. I* Winkel, Deceased, dated August 7. 1934 and two codicils, one dated May 4,193*. and the other dated December 4,19S6. having been this day filed, opened and read. Tuesday, the 10th day of August 19S7. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: and at ten o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause 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, July 13. 1937. KATHARINE Me EVOY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. ed an announcement party at the tome of Miss Candace Packard at Renwick Wednesday afternoon, making known the engagement of Miss Packard to Donald Lambee of Lincoln. Neb. Covers were laid for 12 guests and miniature umbrellas and paper lanterns revealed the secret. Miss Packard who taught music in the Wesley schools a number of years ago. will be Mr. Lam- bee's bride some time this fall. Miss Mildred Benton recently returned from a several weeks' visit and trip to Chicago where she attended a short course for post graduate work in kindergarten, and to Kalamazoo. Michigan, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Beverly Hatfield, and to LaPeer, Michigan where she visited her eieUi* Mrs. Imogen e Supernault. Mildred Is ily have learned of the death of expecting to return to EntmeUburg Mra. Clara Weatherby, slater of Art the ' atter P a " of August to be pres- and Fred Corey. The Weatherbys lived in Minneapolis. The Calix Bauer family of Good Thunder, Minn., arrived in Wesley Saturday evening for a visit in the home of his brother, Ralph C. Bauer, for over the week end. Tom McMahon, Lacl Root. Carl Froehlich and Mayor L. F. Pfeffer drove into Chicago Saturday ni^ht to be present Sunday afternoon for the ball game played between the Yankees and White Sox. Swan Nelson and Hanna. Isabel Kerrins and Irene Hayncs drove to Mason City Thursday where they xpent the day. Irene remained with Mrs. Jarvis ut the Isolation hospital, relieving her sister, Martha, who is visiting friends at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Anna Shipley of the Shipley cafe, is expecting her brother, John Meyer of Pontiac, III., here this week to assist her in cafe duties. John has been in ill health recently and has spent some time in the Government hospital at Dwight. III. Anthony E. Studer, who had been here ten days to visit his parents. the Nathan Studers. and other relatives, left Friday morning for his home in Holdfast Saskatchewan. Canada. Andy for the past 20 yean has held the position of sercetary- treasurer for the town and rural Holdfast. George Huhn, father of Mrs. (""has. KrauH. has returned to Wesley to make his home litre after having spent all winter and .so far this summer with a daughter, Mr> L J. Evans at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Evans v.-ho brought him to Wesley returned to their home follosvint; a few days here Roslie Ainu .'spent la-.t \viel ing nt th.' I'eti-r Ah.c hum Rake. The Ham Aln.- family took Mis I'et'.r Aim/ in I:-: at Raliu Sunday folloivii,,.., days' .stay in .Mihv.nik' i- -,i: the funeral of I\u. 1! -..i. l.-.,i arrived in V\Y..I, y i,n t!..- .Sunday niuniin;r. Mr. arid .Mrs. Ft arc the parent i o- to them Kriday KosMith hospital, fil eleven pound- other cliild. a g Lorraine Garman i in the home. The named Crai;,' Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. H. their daughter Mi nions of ICarimart. C several days recently m Weslty visiting old time and attending to farm ml. Mr. Stevens at one time lived heiv being the son of Rev. Stevens, who served this community over 'M years • ago. The old familiar whistle of threshing rigs were beginning to be heard Monday morning of this week as several threshing crewu were commencing their annual run at different farms in this community. The crops look very abundant, and far, far better than for several years. Nearly all lields of corn are completely tussled out and appear to have a bumper crop in store. Marguerite Erdmann and her cousin, Gertrude Sullwell, both of Charlotte, Michigan, returned to their homes there Saturday noon following a visit here with Marguerite's parents, the Paul Erdmanns. en». for opening of school on Mon day. August 30. where she will again toach in the kindergarten department. St. Benedict News (Crowded Out Last Week) Mi is Irene Eisenharth who i employed at the Roy I'Kktns horn in Hartley, spent Sunday at her parents' home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson and Frank Ericlison motored to Swen City recently to visit Mrs. Fred Erickson'a parents. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Frances Stephenson and daughter, Vivian spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Arndorfer. Little Leander Studer spent part of last week at the Dunlap home and , (Crowded Out Last Mr. and Mr?. Jewell Patterson motored to Chillicothe. Mo., last Monday to take their twin daush- ters back to business college. The pis!* i-.,ive been enjoying about a ;:;nr,th'? vi.-.ition at hone. The Kellner and Borman relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Herman ns- je—bled at their home east of Rich Point last Monday 'a week ago' to enjoy a lawn party and fa:ni!y get- •.osether. There wn« a bountiful ,'.inner a: noon with 5S guests present. Mrs. Gee. FLichrnan and Mrs. A. J. Brown were guests respectively of Mrs. M. J. Loss. Jr.. and Mrs. Loren Brown at the annual German Lutheran Aid society guest day last Wednesday (a week ago' at the Call State Park. A large crowd was in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ramus moved again last week into the home of Mrs. Kate Chilton. Mrs. Chilton. who was recently a patient at the Kossuth hospital, has returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Noone. where she is rapidly recovering from her recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plnthe are among Irvingtons most progressive farmers. Their fine set of farm buildings south of town have made them an ideal country home. Last season, Mr. Plathe erected a fine hog huose while at present Henry Johannsen is building a large hollow block corn crib with nn overhead granary nnd an electric elevator. Big tales are many times told and their authority discredited. However, when Hugh Raney some time ago cut down a large burr oak tree on the old Alger farm which he now owns he counted one hun- ilied and forty-nine rings in the tree, which authorities tell us is the number of years old a tree is. In th- wooded section of this tovvn- ..hi;. there formerly were many red and hurr oak trees. However, the ltd oaks are fast becoming extinct owina to the fart that insects work i.i their h.irk finally killing the tree. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4271 In District Coart. June Term. 1937. To AH Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purpj»rtiag to be the last Will and Testament of Mary Willey. Deceased, dated April 15. 1937. having been this day filed, opened and read. Tuesday, the 10th day of August. 1937. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of said county, or the Clerk of said Court: and at ten o'clock A. M.. of the dsy above mentioned all persons interested are lereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they lave, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament oi said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa. July 10. 1937. KATHARINE McEVOY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. attorneys. 28-30 ed In behalf of the corporation by tli« PresMTt and Secretary, vmftn receipt of the said sum of $3,000.00 In rash from the snlil N. C. Rica for tl;« nnrchnse price, and to execute and deliver to the said N. C. Rice a deed to paid real estate, now more particularly described as follows. South Two-Thirds (S 2-3) of I.ot Three <:n of Block Twenty liON of the Ortfttnal ritvt ot Al- irona. Iowa. ttKSOI.VKP farther, that upon the completion of s«W *«l« of sMd real state Jhe president and the secretary of the c-orporatliin he and they are hereby nnthortted, empowered arid directed to take all necessary steps to wind up Its affairs: to pay all Its iUbt« ami <\Ml«ratlon!>, to distribute t!ie balance of any money remain- tilt as assets amonirst the stoek- boUters In proportion to their holdings In the corporations at the tlm* of final dlstrlbntlon. to jrlv*. publish «r,d me written Notice of Ptssohi- t|r>n. together with Proof of Publication, and to etecute and file all other Instruments and do all otter tMnes neoessory to dissolve this f-iyrn-,r*tifri In the manner provided Yo« are further notified that In !»>ir*u*nce of si»M resolution the of- he<T* of sa!d corporation are taklnir *!) t>rw«*ary steps to wlr-d «p Us tMs *th dav of Jttly. A t\. c. T eitrim 1J57 Secretary Notice of Incorporation Xot'r* !« betvb>- etven ff the In- rp»»rat>«>n ur>«*r OV»t>«r JS» of the <^w* O>v!<- «J»S»> of a «"orr-"-a'*'-n «- naTr* »xf which '.s A!|r\«r-!» mpHRV. Inc.. »!"«• v* cc1 P f business of which !* »he !<pw««- Iowa. Tft* ir»«*r» *!»«• *•»»$««•*» to *-f of by it TV of »s follow*- awJ corrr o *"*' b»»- raus-.v pwb- sic h*Hs, •;-irs, vr r;«Ms or k «5t*. mu- any somy proper ac*-^ t!^e purposes own. mi>r'cra$re. rt^le* 1 . s^u. assicn sv ! tr«n«f-:-r. or otherwise Oeal in »-,! ,1ea! with rc»l or persons! property of everv class >^r il?scr:^-'cn : -•> tr.t.-r In c'->T!tract« as imsor or •. <«.-^ .if real ^r-'-p^rtv ,T an?' ir>t^r- es* tV.T-roin for any t'-rn: of*. Tn borrow nr'-nev, t.-* «!raw. m.ike. flcr,-t'T. en-lor?^. transfer. a«sien. **x*r\j(e and-t^r i^sue bonds. <1eb**nt- u'-* i «. promi^S'trv n*>t*s and other ev|.|»nc»s nf in<1»bt''<lnoss ari-1 f.^r th** purpose of securing ary of its obHcali^ris to convey, transfer, as- sicn. deliver. mortsaee and-or pledsre all or any part of tie property or asspts at any time owned or lield by this corporation, upon such terms and conditions a.' the Board of Directors shall rtiilhorl**, . and as may be permitted by law. To have and exertlse ar.y and all other such powers, rights and prlv- lleises now or hereafter conferred by the laws of the State of Iowa, upon corporations orRanlned for pectin- ""^ln- "nuthorlxert capital slock Is J"5 000 00 divided Into 250 shares of tie par value of J100.00 each. The Hoard of Olrectors shall have power to and shall determine the time and conditions of the l»i>H«nof of stock; but share* of capital stock shall not b«- Issued ur.tll the full par vain* thereof nh»\\ hftvp been paid to the corporation In money, or In property at lt« actual cash value as provided by trip laws of the State of Iowa: and when Issued said shares of capital stock si all be fullv paHl «p »>v<\ shall oe nv>n-as!*cssal>le. . The rnrpwraie existence of «he corporaUon b»t«« J««* **. »>»(. when Its certlftcate of Incorporation was Issued by the Secretary of State of lc.w», «n\j It shot! terminate tO v«-ar« thereafter, unless sooner renewal or dissolved by two-thirds wte of the outstanding shares at the reeular or a special meeting of the . The affairs of this corporation shun be conducted by » board of directors, consisting of not less thill- three (S>, nor more than nine (Si dim-tors, and they si all hold office for (he term of one year and until their successors are elected and qualified. The officers of this corporation shall be -•» president, one or more vie* president*. * secretary «r« « ir**Mirrr, who shall be elected by (he b.MisI of directors from amon* (*',e1r own number on the day of and immediately following the »it- tournment of the annual meetlnit of (be stockholders or as soon ther*- » as practlcuhle. Any two offlcfs m»y be nISetl by the same person. The director* way also e\er1 or appoint snot m»!:»irer». superintendents and other asents or employees ss s>.»n b* authorised by the by- >*wif or by resohition of the board c-f d!rert<>rs: and (hey shall fix (he v-v-TMjx-v.sAiutT* of all officers and em- ploye** and may remove and dismiss «r*>'«*roe at will. Yuc^nrie* v^<^c^lrrl^B In tl e boartt c-f .lio-ctc-rs shall be filled by the re-r.airlnc directors for th* iirexplr- *-d t*r*n The duties of the officers shall be thc-*e t^5*iaUy performed by such of- ^.-rrs *r> «^rt-,i*sr c*^rv»o rat Ions, unless »i!erwl«- prvTi,i«l In the by-law* or bv Tvs«-:ntK>n s>loptp«1 by the board of directors. frtt:! th* arnual meetlnsr of the *l««rlthi»Mers In (he year 1SSS the *-oar»i of directors shall consist of ,•-, r-'Sowinc persons: Harriett ISIce sr.t X. C T?i,x> of Alirona. Iowa. »nd j vr and Myron X. Blank .,f iv^ Moires Iowa: and until (he »n--Ml r-seei-ie of t!ie stockholders !r, 1h«- 5*35 X O nice of Al- evi». Ions, shal! b* the president »".! «v.-r*:arv. Myrr-r X. Biank of TV« M-'r>"« lown shall b* the vice pi-^.i-Vr: spd .' \v. TVrtmsn of rvs M^infs. I'-«wa. s'-all N- ('~e treasurer. T- o TT'^s'e r-^^rrlv of the ^t,>ck- r.oU!<*r« <»-sl- f >rcvcr l^e exempt from r .,»Tv i; «. e d«b;s and liabilities. Th** aT( : r!^s of incorporation are rcr«rl«i1 In Ri-oX K-l«. palte *7«. \n »b* oT'i-o of the iVcretnry of State of (!•* Pt^t" of Iowa, and In Rook ". rae- 3 ~'9. In the office of the (-•-'U'Mv Fl^ror-lor of K"s«tuh r-otin- ty. I»wn T'-> which all persons inter- *^st»Ml at** ref^rre^l \I-GOX.\ THRATRK r-OMPAXT. IXC. nv X r nice. President. Br .1. XV. Penman. Treasurr-r 29-32 BOARD PROCEEDINGS Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATK OF IOWA. KU.SSL'TH COL'NTV, fs. K.633. .N'utice is hereby given th».t by vlrtut; of Special Execution direct- to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County. IOWH, a judgment rendered In saiil Court on the 2Sth day of June, lsi!7, in favor of The Xorthweslern Mutual i^lfe Insurance Company, Milwaukee, \Vlsconsln, as plaintiff, unj UKulnst hiiiutli Half ,,f tin- Northwest Quarter of Section ID. In Township 95 North, of Itange 117, went aa (Defendant for the Hum of Five Thousand Six Hundred Forty-Seven A 83-100 (15647.85) Dollars and coats, taxed lit One Hundred Twenty-Three & 6'i-luo ($1J3. 64) Dollars and accruing costs. I have levied upon the following tle«crlbeil real property ns tho prulit-rtv of the until AiiBiiwt SI uilcr. MarKarirtltit Studer, C. K .Miller, nunnlliiri of stiuler, ilu-ollj|tft«'t; t to J-'ati^fy N.'llil I'MTIl- ilon. to-wll: The South Half of the tjunrn-r of .Si-cilon Niini- h'-r Kift«-cn In Township NuniluT Ninet v-fi\--- I'lT,} N'nrth. cf Ciitiiif UNION NEWS ^fary Jane at the Burlingame home while their mother ami Arlene were employed. Mr. and Mrs Roy Pickens of Hartley spent Sunday at the Dennis Carroll home in LuVerne. alao called al the Nick Arndorfer home in the evening. MUs Roilee Dorr tame home from Mason City to visit her parents. Mrs. Irene Hluder. Arlene Leander and Mane Jane also accompanied her to the Dorr home. Virginia and Betty Ann Miller. • l-iut-lit-.-r of Mr. and Mrs. Leo ('. Ahller. if Plum Cteek are .spending th:.-. -.vt-k with th. ir aunts, Lu. ilk- <::.ii i'iroli:iu Arndorfer Will'.!!.•-::- ; miiii ;ir-. in the Inrvot Week) Union: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gisch entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner at their home here last Sunday in honor of visiting relatives. The honorees were Miss Caroline Frankl of Three Forks. Montana, Mrs. Green. Elizabeth Frankl of St. Paul. Minn., and Bernard Frankl of Boston. Massachusetts. Young fried chicken was the main attraction at dinner. Othtis attending were: Mrs. Mary Frankl and daughter, Mary and J Frankl. Algona. Basney Frankl ami family. Irvington: Mrs. Eva I'ena and son. John. Mis.i Mary, Algona; Joe Kramer family. Si. Joe; CMarem.-c Kr tiuer. Un- -.iiii; Thomas Frankl and Lydia Mey- And I will |.ro.-. i-npft r \-. or «in rniic .- !],•' •••••.:it \' l'i >:it "M. U'iti. r.,yl« .tlii l p'lI'Mi- :>iH'tl"li. IM. I. -r. f..r i :i-h ii 1 :iv .,f .Inlv. 1"::7. Ml I H'.IIS '-'iinlv. ;il M. of vi ;i M.-ri.i.i M -il . 11 ' -su'h . I... k A Auditor's office. July 1.1th, 1»H7 !):nii o'clock A. M. Hoard of Supervisors met pursu- ini to a.| nini-nt with nil mem- l»'ii< present. Motion by MorrlK anil cfconil hy r*ra;*cr that the ffillowliiK risolutlor lie ailopteil: K.NTitv I:KCOUI> OK PIMXO KSTIMATi; UK IT IIKMK.MIIKIIKD. Tliat on thin, the day of July, ia.17. the Itoanl of nupervlHors of KoanutH <Jounty. Iowa, met in se»Hlon for the purpuKe of ntinK and coiiHhlerinK the ewtlmatr for tl.e local budget of said count y. Ttii-ie was prewent a (juorum a« rei]iilieil l>y law. Thereafter anil on sad! day there was flli-il the fore- ColiiK CMtlmate. : said extimrtti' was l.v the hoard. Th" advjM'd Urdu that iluly cfiiisiili hoard ln-ini; d l'i . f'ASKV LOSS. Sheriff <•{ K'.vsuth Countv, Iowa v A .1 fnril.HV. ivputv . K. floiiitl . I'lalnilff'K Alt'.rn.-i- Notice of Resolution to Dissolve The Call Opera House Company i'lllilir STATK OK KlW A. KO.SSI'TH Ciil.'NTY. S.-. To AI.I. WHOM IT MAV CO\Ci:UN': lioli.,- irt l.,-li:i.\' given that T.ll Iiie.-iii.i; of the Ptock- f II.,.- i 'all Opera House ii >'.>r|.',i a i i<>n oiKanliceil inK in, .!••!• uii.l liy virtue, of .>l ll.f r-iai- of Iowa, anil Xo. ;:ul X..r;!i Tnorir «ton th- Cllv i,f Al^Mlia, State n tl.e T.ll, .li»>- of June, l'j:;7. oui of ::.'n i o'clock I'. M . l!U'.-liii'4 all of U,i- Htoi k- Aolilel-i r-|iii-.ii-iillii({ all of Ihe cap- Hal stock of s.i:,l !;on>orati..n w.-rr; j.i-^i-itt. tl.i- f'lUowinl? rvhotullou \va<< iif;tiilinoi|>! •/ aijol.ted hy hal.l hto.-k- l.oldein. Hi) I lie Vote.-, I - |i I ese II 1 1. 'I I. V i" ill ^ . a.-,! ir I'.s v |. 111. Ml of Io ,!t th s'l.illpi I.i 1.1 A n mi« l i.Vl.v .Int.- .if Ii I!.I.I ill Illl- I'll i ' •- l.iw.i. \\ a •* .liri-rti-'J i. ;il..| Until >- l.f 1 |:i V.' in I I'.- Alt;. U.i-Mllll I '..lit! l:.!..,. i..(i It. i,-i- piii-i-' "f -;u.l I... fur nil- I A. I'. k A M. arinK i- I 'oiirl .1 I M mil k I. I tin. !itn ilny i :;'. iii l In. Imur <if ,.( -,i|.| ilny as tin- I I, I-- Ill K"."Mlt>l Tl.i- I'nunl v An litni ililisl, tin. , ilii,' :.- r...|-ilr. -I l.v r I..-- M..<:<-.. -. t r.- ;i M.I I ..,ff i. i il In-iv-* I'ul.ln iltliin I'-.I I.. I:.- ,1 .1,11- .--I f.,1 Mi ('ha i l man. : s. KIXHKV. Cniinl V Allilltiir. iv.- ami » ml l.y I.-'.l t.i i. fnlinwitiK drain* Avcs: all iv- aii'l MiTnnil liy I in- a|i|.niii|.-.| In J. Nn llli. anil Xn. '.ir,. A yen: Mni. is p.ilri nn II, Xn. J an.) N.i. 1SB. Million l.y ('n.-Knn Mniii.- that Krai-i-i in.i ki- repairs nn Iht- t N.. i;v K -K Jl Nn TH a::-m-l'ni inn! .•ill. Mnlinn l.v I'nsKrnVi* .'Illll Ht-CMinil hy MnriU that I'.iimn niakH repairs nr. llit- fi.llnveinK ilrain*: Nn. n- anil i; -1C. Nn. •_' Ayi-* ail. Miillmi li\' J-'rfi.siT anil ci-riim! liy l:.umi llat Hie <iualterly report of Ca>i-v LUSH (nlii-rim lie approved. Av*n: all. Mi,linn I.',- Mnrrlx ami Kcrriml tiy I'orfKrnVf tli.'it tti*' hnul i-st iniJtt* 1 )* of I'nul .-in.) U'llli.ilns )»• ai.pinv...| Nn. ;».".. Nn. I'U, Nn. -':iS anil Nn. ::7I-A. : ull. linn tiv Ilaiun ami «..i-mi.l l.v r.ivi- lUat I'iiaili-s I'l.ainl i a r-fut .1 nf nut- .I'.liai :i?i Huiil On motion Ho ml ndtotirn until 9 Vclook A. M. June Hth. 1937. Auditor's Office. Juno 14th. 19:17. !l o'clck A. M. Hoard of Super\ Isors inet pursn- ant to adlourntnrnt with ttio foll- owlntf incmU'rH iire-icnt. Md>mald. Haum. Morris and Cosgroxe. MotlLin hy CoM(crove anil 2nd hy MOI -r|« that McHonald inaki- nece-s- saiy hi Drain No. fil. u\res: All. Motion hy Morri" rml 3nd hy Ilaiun that Kramer make repalra on Drain No. "9. AICH: All. .Motion l.y Coiirrovo and 2nd b.* Itatim that Morris make reimlii on Drain No. lljti. Ayps: All. .Motion oy Ilaiun nnd 2nd hy COM- itriiVK tint Ni Illi- Hfimetli he irlven a refund of $2.00 OM ABC 1'i-nslnn Tax; leiisoii Hiiino \vas tiiid in r»re- n:er County anil alun In hossuth COIIIIM- lor tho of J!'.'J*i. Ay.-s: All. Motion hy ll.-itiin and ?nd i»y f'on- Wfovit thi.t no further business |,er- tainlnx to thin .soislon tlm Hoiili! . Id O.'.M.I i. • S. K1VSKY. itll 'y Auditor. ion uuli ti. in r follow- i-l 'onn 1 !!. MorriH ed to re M" l th 2nd liv COH- of last ICK- journed HI-S- |-'.\--. Ji i.'iid I'H .'f lit ri-wol.'ir seT ,rnr d M-nlorn. Ilon ly Mori it and -i,,.u tho niinutis ular rii----^loii and all ad -ions lo ii'.iiroved . Ayes: All. Moll. m h/ Morris nnd 2nd hv dm- Kt-i>vi- lliat n tviinsfi-r »f ICO'i «m lo m.-ide from tlm cimjrKein y fuml to the County fund. AytH: All. Motion l.y Morris and 2nd hy Cos- urov« thu followlliK tiaiisleis tit., made: Krntn Driitn I-'iind. J1IHS.II From lira In Fund. From Urain Fund. $577.07. ~ Iiram Kunil, $10*2. 6U Uyus: All. Mutton hy Kruwer nnd Jn,i hy Mor s that the followlliK chnnfrMi In •rMonal rroiujrty AHHessmt'llts I*; adjusted n* per sclioduli-. of Hoard f Asa.;s.-*ir«:nt and lUjview as fol- c reave tha j j .'.: d - H..TI-V i-:. ;i..--.d •• :\\ '.',' li- . ill- t : M.lli.i .; ti..- Mi.,. Am. i :~'-ll'-t l> . ( i'!;.:r % ..--ltd ; i:i, .: v.-ei-,: Mr., K. r .md il'Mi^hler.'. Thi.-re.-a .M 11 II.-IH- and Mr. and 1; Ki.,ei,ii»mii and family, Vv'itte rii:-ler M. Atsi-nia : M. H'.-rtild.i. Eichpoint News I Crowded (Jut I-ist Week) Jim Hudson. Irvington, is assisting Geo. Johnson with his harvesting. Mr. and Mrs H H Hkilling were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A U, Huadlvy, Irvington. Huena Raney returned to her work in E. C. MuMuhon's law office after a week's vacation. John Gaffney ia suffering u. severe infection in his eye. He is at home with his brother, Robert Gaffney. Mr., Mr.- u;id §1 O ! , a i of •rdl spent vV^inusday evening it the Legion ..i-.t,ration in Hwea ("ity. Hernaid liode is a.->^istins with | h u vest work at the Wallai e Mc- Arlljur farm south of Irvington. The Leonard Heerdt family of Lone. Hock. Mr. and Mrs. Dale blair Winnebago, Minn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin irt Algona Sunday. Miss Uorolhy Bolin of Manchester i-i spending the summer at the Bolin and Walter Heerdt homea. The Hetrdls reside on the C. D Ward estate farm and the Bohns live in the tenant house. John and Mary (Jistii entertained ten gue.!>U> at dinner Sunday at the. hoiuc of John Gisch. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson Irvington; Lucile ajid Raymond Kramer, St Joe; Raymond Tialges and Murie Fish, Bode; Har- Icy Will. Fiunkl. Lurry and ;i:i']AS. i! I* i .i. l aiol operat- i .\\.-i :il:.i do a y;i .iili.l lii.,vloK (.1. lin JII.SH wilii'iut i .•i.tiil'Jiny li.iu.-ie: and. WHKKKAS. the pror-tcdH of Hald iMMirani-e ;ind t)...- real ebtate U[/on vv'iiirli said oi»'-ra i ous- stood are I I.e >..jli. assets of thin corporation, and It has unpaid lialdlltl-.i or ilehlH In the approximale .ium of Jj60u.OO: WHKItKAH. N C, Hi ,( AUona. Iowa, has offered to Viuv .naid leal estate for Die sum of $:;.OOO.QO in ra^ii; anl. WHKKKA.S. In the oplnlun of the Btoi.-kliolderij Hie aald offer of the nttld N C. Klce to buy said real eslat-,; shoul'i he ucirepted and tile corporation dissolved and Us a It a Ira wound 1J|| l,e It HKSOI.VED, that the proportion i,[ tv.e aald N C. Rice to buy said real estate be and tlie name In hereby accented and thu Hoard of Directors is hereby authorised, empowered and directed to convey said real estate, bald conveyance to be execut- 133 •JO SO Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance Maintenance H. -'. Kltttemnn, cmirt RP- portiT'— —- Knthprlno MVRvoy. Clcrlcn A. tvy l.«i««, rthcvtif's lUitcMnww. Coinvn. H. ' 16.90 fi.OO ______ In-, l.. I.. Tfoffpr. witnrssi T tP Motor Vehicle t>r«>(ior>'""o""stuii*r. i f «lRlit- ot-War --— \\hlttrimoi-o Champion, rrlnt- tnn ... Wheelln* rornnrstlnit Co., it sirpplV'co.. Sup- 3.30 ?.3n 4611.20 13.-4H UT.RO 7.9S 1J«T.S» IdO.St 1.29 14.50 1 .53 __ . _____ ~ ----- . John Iftntr. Jr., l-iilior ---- 10. 00 A. II. F\u-h«, Snm^tPi ---- "•«! Fsrivors t\-mn. s*x*it>ty. supplies . --------- .......... T.I.SH S«r<>n(wn Umo. Co., s«ppll«« t.Sft I'ratt KUx>trli- <•«.. stit>pltp(i W"hllt*mor» Imp. Co., Sup H. W. Post, FrolBht ---- Norihwesiprn ItcHl Tele Co., Trip. P«>rv. -------------town Putdl.- iVrv. Co.. Uirht Sorv. _____ -. ____ - ____ . _____ IOWA I'nlon TMmhon* vo., Arnold Motor Supply. Stin- pl(<-* __________ ...... ---- IvHley How Thimipson Co.. Supplies _ ....... ---- ..... fort Doilg* St«-l ind Kintn- dry L\».. Sniiplloii _______ Unlbaoh Co.. Supplli** ______ .1. \V. steel Co.. stipplm .. 9.81 136.21 11.49 29.9" »•»'• 199.49 . Co.. Supplies ___________ W).RO On-ntonnn lool Co., Suppll** 15. 'In Hlohi> Mftchi'icry nnd Supply Co., Suppllpn ____________ 416. 9S DH.MNAtJK Kl'.M) Ur . No . 90 Vnul Tm»nm«r. l.»bor ____ as. On Ur. N'o. 1IR Wltmtn Concrete Cn.. I>up. \viirrnnt ________________ JR. 80 Dr. H. K. No. 1 Uot*ford Lumber Co.. Supplies ___________________ ,22 lo . u'. K. No*. :: mid tl Mino Ivnnlnr. iJil'or _____ .SP Ur. VV. K. Noa. Ss-119 Honry Wolilen. I^ilxir ____ 4.32 Ur. H. K. No*. .1-46 Conor*!* Troflurts Co.. Sii _____ __ i-otm I--IMJ Dr. Smith. Iwntnl _______ Lutheran Hospltnl. Hosp. Care --------------Mrs. <j<M). Jeifem. Cnre — liist. No. S Or. Meyer. Me.1. __________ Or. St-utt. Mexl. _________ }.«>rt>ti.«on.«. Clpantntr Sn|i. — Knimn Kniniwn. Tranapor- tstlon ------------------- FrtM Jacol»«, Trnnsporttitlon l>istil,t No. 4 Aiigii^tn Holtr. Caro -----I.. M. Merrltt. Trnnnnoria- tl.Mi _____________________ ni^tiK't No. i> Ur. l.undaul«t. Mod. ______ Hill Top 1'iiry, I'rov. ---County Farm Kllx-rt (inr.iat>. Supplies ---C. A. Honrtl, Stiiiirfle* ---- r'lwK-r^ Fiirnituio Store. 40. 91 13.00 J4.1.10 9.00 16.80 65.00 30.30 6.«0 15.50 4S.32 13. 9» V.88 61.91 4.60 57. S3 ditor r.ints Herl«»rt I'.ilmer, I^ibor .7.i .'KI>: That the County Aut* ntithorlzcKl to Issue wnr- lor nil M'ls .'illmvpil at tl>l« g .is "Per Schedule of Clalmn" heremtiefore written. on mutton Uon'-.i ndjo«rne<l until 9:00 o'clock A. M. Juno J6. 19:17. Auditor's Office. .Inr.e 55. 1937. Ikjaril of Suiiervisors of Kossnth 'otinty »>et inii'!»n«nt to mljourn- ii-nt with all inembers jireaent. on ini>tlon lloiird proccoiJed to ap- •r«ve claims for Homestead Tax Credit. On motion Board adjourned to one •clock I 1 . M. ono o'clock P. M. Hoard of bit- .ervlsors met pursuant to ndjoiirn- \ent with all niemlwra present und ontiiiued to npni'iivu claims for lomestend Tux Credit. on motion Hoiird adpntrned to nine Vclock A. Al. June i6. 18J7. Auditor's Office. June 20. 1937. Honril of Stipervlsom of Koasutli County met ptirnuant to ndjourn- nnnt with all members prwent. Motion liy Morris imd 2nd liy Coa- ffrove that Iiaum he /ippolnt«cl &m C'oinmlttet) to nmku necen»arr re- alrx on Draln.i W. K. 68-136. 82 mil Hub. 6 of Dr. 3. Ayes: All. Motion hy Haum and 2nd by Con- rrovo that Morris bo appointed to uake repairs on drains 39 and Trl. HI. Ayps: All. Motion )>y Morrld und 2nil l>y ••HiBi-ovu that OWKIIIVI) liy aiipolnt- d as commllUM) to maku neces- ary rfpstirx uu Driiin i:i. 'JU ami >MVS. il in n> .-<: All. lion liy FI-IISI rim., tli-it tl.e dam K. M.trty l .A yet: All. Molion by Fr.iser that JI 000 00 to made. ..\ye-i: All. Motion liy (•'r i.ser tii.'it • UMni (It) v> •lUXJl ui M Unffilh ^nd l.y on tho 189 Bin. k i l.u A}-—": All Mntloll \tY C'n.Srfin\-« lilt \lnirl, ''Lit l-|\e.- fur 19 Ixils 5. 't. 7. all.l H all III Call's .|.J,Illl'.n tu AJijun. ocnded . '-Ayea: Ah. Motion bx C'osurovu atul 2nd by MoriN that a lUMi.luUoii '.v Olty ('ouncll of Altfona In uljute the penalty on uer.iona) tax of K. 3 N'tvilio be ai>i>rnv6ii. thu amount of uen.ilty U mi J20.JS. A» vJ: All. .-ler\ . . I.U'-iltki:. Illy . . lily. i ^eli.'iun, l;ty. I >t.-t 1111.111. llty. H.iiolil V,'. -ioi>.,, Uly. _..__ U'. U'. Sullivan. i;. M., OMMKl: r t-:\i>ico.a A<t'»cy, I'leltfhl N'oiinun Meper. uty. lo ,Sa,elu«. Illy. Vert Wilson. Hty. . Hoeltcher. Uty. _Win. llaholrath, Bty. Hutlun. Bty. Iii4<ckliolt, Lity Win. Uade. Bty. 1..IIII We.iner Hrautz, Uty. Jov Sclmlli.-!'. mttf. H W. Harms, mtu. K B. mu. Mil e \WB«nei-. rut*. . Ho-nk Mot.-r Sorv Puiawux (Jo . 1'ratt 1'aiier i Wl ittotiioro CUiiiuploa. 1'iliit- l.ig 1 Me .«»n«tr friotlntf Co . tupplicM _\ H. R. Yiitea. auppUuii COVHt ITVMD Joliu 11. Fotli. Bitillff 2.00 l uu 1.40 :', .110 l.OU •JO 0. 1 . 2 .90 1.00 .30 .41 .40 2.00 2.50 .00 4.00 4.00 4.00 a. is 8.S4 1.6 H.It, 20.0 15.00 13. i AVCM M., U. 1 1 1 All. . ill by VO thiit minllUv , on iiri : All. nn by III. MoriU and 2nd t.ti apiioln by Mm ns nnd 2nd by I. .-«•!• i.ernilt boti'lH of "llouin*;. ^ii'k iien^li-l. I,»tlii r«'k, Will. K. In-vliie St. JIH« .ivv.i, I; . II. Ki-iinkle. irvnmtiin ••u-ii, anil 11. .1. Minkey, (inliiraltli. mva lie .'ijiiirovotl unu pui'miia 1s- .uud for .sitmu . Ayiw: All. Motion by FraMer and 2nd by i.iuni tliiit 1'idl tax o( minion lenry. Crcwco Twp. for tlio I'J.I't [Hi i .ill. elleil because of Iilljul- ul dlHsitblltty. Ayc.-i: AU. Motion by FraBor nnd 2nd by MorriH that Alex Miller. Sherman ip bu tfiven A return! of «1 Oil loi thu year and 4-'. 00 or the year 193. r > for old Age 1'en- iioii tii\. becauHO not ijoiny citizen. .lytjs: All. Motloi) liy Fraser and 2nd by lituin tiiat Jack JaekHolt. LuVul'llu [in.-, be ptfrmlttud lo pay Id* 1937 I.IK tax Uua penalty, becausu iv- :uipt Klveii by the aMbuitsor wua iot properly furwurUeu to tlm Aud* tor. Ay«!il: All. Mutlon by Owgrove and 2ml by \IorriH tliat Hmtna l^iveiu: Jfnniiitft .u refunded l'^0.43 name bum*; the Irint half uf the 193(i ta\eii on l,ntn . •'. uiui U lllix'k 10 1'liit 1'itonka and that tiiesu tii»en la aiielided lor tbe year lilai.. be- iinu .-.he IH u loilplem ut Oltl A«e itib -i it. Ayesi: .All. Mollull l.y Fl.iM-r that lame.-, I-' . stu i:!.i,-K l.>u.i. ATTOBNET8 AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. HARRINGTON A LOWK Rooms 812-14 Flral Nat'l Bk. Bid*. ALOONA, IOWA jr. L. SONAR ATTORNBT AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGrONA, IOWA W. B. QtTABTOK H. W. MutUJBi ATTORNBTS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bld». Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCaiSON^ THEODORE C, HtJTCHISON ATTORNBrS"S AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone Ml B. J, Van Ness O. W. SUllnua VAN NESS * 8TILLMAN ATTORNEys At LAW Offices !n ;.ew Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Oaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. K«By 8HUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone IM ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-JW ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 208 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bld»> Office Phone 460-J Re*. SU ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMafaon L E. Linnan 3ULLIYAN, Sf JIAHON * LINNAN Algona, Iowa , Phone M Office over Koasuth Mtlt. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qutaby Building PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone S3* ALGONA. IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbrsith Bldg. MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 OSTEOPATHS DR. & W. MEYER Osteopathic Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- •urgtcat treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. II. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 AU3ONA, IOWA MoirlK ,'ilKl -ml by tho I'MC luxe.-, nf tMi on l.jil* I and ii . \.lillliiin il l:a/.aln-lli MllliH'.s on luts i ,inu ». Illu. k 'U. «:.dl .-, . \ililil. .1.1 In II.'.I ji'li. 1'IU... I.e .^11 <)li-ll<l,-'i. .vloti.iii l.y tii-trrnvo .mil -nd L/ liiun.i Uiui tin- * iii> te'ii-oiiiiy li.,n,n i niii In rn.iii llm l,i>. in T II rmnl t.> the "i .11 lul.d 111 i'.'.;i.. lie returtUHl and ttu,'. t'n. Ainlttur nlre. -I llm Cuiinly Tieii.,iller t-* 1 1 .tn-tfi r .n.iini:. nil i •: AH M. rouviilii' iinir.ii . iui.fl n id Alls. lull., MI. - i . . |. . . I m. .,li, l.ultn C I.UV'i l lie 1'U.m Cn I'OI tlilllll 1'raii io Hainscy , . Ulvcnlale S*,-nec.i Sliurmaii _Sin in«fK lil MWlril Cuiou 1. 1. I' I. 1 I. I. 1. 1. 1. I. 1. 1. 1.' 1. and '.'I illi-i' l.r 1 It-Hi y TO. T., 'I'o Ti> 'I'o To To •I'n To TII Tn 'I'o To To To To T.» Tit To TII To T.I To To To To To To To Whlttemoj'u _ flTV SO. Atjfonii. __ »_ 1. To Huncrol't 1. To Hurt 1. To Kenton __ 1. To l.ukota 1. To LedyurU 1. To I.on« Hock 1. To I.uVurue l. To $w«a City l. To wiStoy" :-"-"- i: To VVhitU»nu>re "I2^~I I. To Aye*- Ail. On motion Bo M d udjourn»d l.y NO. l'i . II . I I . 21 . '.i I . ...i I'J. II . li.l. 4li. 41 . r.». ::l 25 yt>. 61. »a. 42. 24. 31. r,o. 61. 61. NO. «0f. tt. II U. 61. I uata DR. 1.. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, low* DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 139 Res. Phone 174 Algona, lows OEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. & GENERAL DENTISTRY Office In PoatofTlce Block Phone 20 Algona, low* KARL U. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bids. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 REAL ESTATE MURTAGH * SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone 100 VETERINARIANS FOX 4 WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox r>r, ]. a Wlakei Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 476-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (500 aheeU) which sell for 75c for 500 sheeta This ia a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire at the AJgona Upper Des Moinea office lo; Want Ad* Brim Yon Quick ^^^^ ^li^^^^wB^*

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