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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1938 North East Kossuth Page TITONKAMAN CAUGHT UNDER BAGS OF SALT Charles Cooper Injured in Acident at Elevator on Wednesday Titonka: Charlie Cooper suffered 8 wrenched ankle Wednesday while working at the Farmers Elevator. He was helping pile one hundred pound bags of salt. The bags of salt began to fall, two knocking Mr. Cooper down and hitting him on the chest. On trying to escape the bags he rolled over but <>ne fell and hit him on the ankle, injuring it very badly. New Town Clerk Mrs. Florence Reaser is the new town clerk, taking the place of Alvin Honken, who resigned his position. Miss Tillie Falk celebrated a birthday Thursday and entertained the birthday club at her home in the evening. A large crowd attended a play Friday evening at the Ramsey church. "Pickles to You," given by the Ramsey young people's society. Roger Larson, Mason City, a former Titonka resident, spent last week with Russell French. Mason City schools had a spring vacation. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball and their daughter, PaBrlcia, left Friday morning for Monroe, Wis.. to attend the funeral of Walter Whitcomb, a close friend of theirs. Mr. Whitcomb is well known here, having visited the Balls many times. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larsen returned home Saturday from n winter's stay at Ln Cruces, New Mexico, .with their daughter, Mrs. D. Wasson and her husband. Mrs. Wasson, who has not been well, came home with her parents for an PX- tended visit Hebron News Mrs. Glut Nelson assisted Mrs. Bertha Sohn last Saturday. Mrs. Ida Jordan! and son visited Monday night with Mrs. Gust Nelson. Russell Legried spent Sunday with bis sister. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lars EgMdahl drove to Rochester last Friday and returned Sunday. The township board met last , Monday forenoon at the home of / Will Frank. Ole Ranes butchered a beef and a hog for Mrs. Beatrice Osland last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lage and Janice spent last Thursday with the Adrian Hausklna. Arleno Corhus was under the weather hut week and had to mis-i school a few days. Elmer Knution began working for John Osland. He will work through the summer months. Carl Halverson returned home from Muscatine. last Tuesday after being gone four weeks taking treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin auto- ed to Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday. Mrs. Hauskin went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sleper ind family spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sandum, it being Carol's tenth birthday. Hardy Jordan! has purchased a new brooder house from the Ro?k Island lumber company and they delivered It to his farm last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Winter left Saturday morning for Kansas, where they will visit a few days with their daughter. They will return home the fore part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Betty, Oscar Frandle, Mrs. Ole Hauskin arid Mayriard autoed to Rochester, Minn., last Sunday to visit Ole Hauskin, who is a p-ttient in the Colonial hospital. Titonka PTA Hears Variety on Program •Titonka: The monthly P. T. A meeting was held Monday evening In the school assembly. The program below was given by the 4-H girls and their leader. Mrs. Harol "Miller. A talk by Lucille Pepoon, home demonstration agent; the club president, Alice Budlong. gave a talk on club activities; 4-H girls songs and games and also a short play; music by the club orchestra anO several tap dancing numbers. A four leaf clover song by Patricia Ball; and a paper by a member on "A County Girls' Creed": also reports from all of the committees. Mrs. Harold Gilmore of Algonn, president of the County Council, was in attendance. LEDYARD GROUP . PLEDGE FINISHED $200 To Church From Aid Is Fulfilled at Thursday Session Ledyard: The M. E. Ladies Aid in the church basement on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Hammer as hostess. The church year is just half gone and at this meeting the Aid completed paying their $200 pledge toward the budget. They plan now to either add Fome equipment to their basement or make some repairs during the last half of the year. Robert Morris spent the week end at his home in Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Link were in Algona Wednesday on business. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Thompson were Elmore callers on Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Barnes has been sick the past week with flu and a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara and Beverly went to Fort Dodge Thursday and returned Friday. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met last Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lars SKaar.' Mrs. D. B. Mayer led the devotions, and Mrs. Joe Mayne had charge of the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and children visited Mr. Yahnke's father, Ed Yahnke of Buffalo Center, at the hospital there. He has been very ill with an attack of gall stones, but is Improved. On last Monday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald and Jlm- mlei took Mary Ellen back to Carroll after a week end spent at home. Mary Ellen Is taking nurses' training there. They then called on the Rev. Father Sturm at Rockwell City. Father Sturm was transferred from Ledyard about two months ago. RAY WINTERS ARE HOSTS TO FARM BUREAU Ledyard Twp. Group De fles Storm; Hears Interesting Program Mrs. Mayer Named S. S. Class Leader Ledyard: On Thursday evening, the adult Sunday School class of the M. E. Sunday School held .1 :>arty in the church basement with 17 in attendance. Games and contests furnished entertainment, and officers were elected: Mrs. D. B. Mayer, president; Mrs. Asa Warner, vice president and Mrs. Aeilt Troff, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke is teacher of the class. It was planned to have a social meet- ng once each month from now on. Improvements ' To Ledyard Home Ledyard: The Edward Halversons ar*-- having some improvements msde^fln their home. Last week, they had a basement dug and this past week, they had water put in and a septic tank ready for the in- tallation of a new bath room. They also plan to put in a furnace. Lakota: The Ledyard township farm bureau held Its monthly meeting at the Raymond Winters last week Tuesday evening with a good crowd present in spite of the storm. Mrs. O. H. Frerking had charge of the devotional period. Lucille Pepoon gave a travelog of a trip to Juneau, Alaska, where she taught several years. Jerry Ukena sang "My Task". Mrs. O. H. Frerking talked on one of the lessons, "Learning Through Play" and Wanda Heetland sang "You Can't Do Wrong and Get By." The Rev. Hammer talked on "We Are What We Eat." The next general meeting will be with the I. E. Tel- camps. Among the speakers were County President Bleich. Lucille Pepoon. lome demonstration agent, County Agent Brown, the Rev. Sv/anson, the Rev. Harvey, the Rev. Bronleewe all of Swea City anil Mrs. ona Heetland. county chnirmar. of the home project work. Guests at Swoa City Charles Eggerth, Ledyard town- hip chairman and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland attended the county farm bureau board meeting at Swea City last week Monday, and report a good meeting with the Swea City business men as dinner quests. At Rite!) for Cousin Mrs. Harry Mussman accompani- d her brother. DeVere Keister and kfrs. Charles, Anderson. Elmore. to Goldfield last week Monday to at- end the funeral of a cousin, Mrs. William Ottlie of Manchester, Iowa, Urs. Ottlie was 49 years old and eft a husband and 5 children. Mrs. 3eVere Keister stayed with Mrs. •'rank Keister who is ill at the Mussman home during Mrs. Mussman's absence. Mrs. Carl Hammer entertained he Methodist Aid at the church in Ledyard Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Tom Tamen returned home ast week Sunday from a ten days' visit with her mother at Nashua. Alfred O'Keefe spent the past three weeks at the home of his son, Tom, near Blue Earth. Minn. W. R. Keating, Chicago, was a visitor with his sister and family, the E. J. Woodworths, last week. Wade Ball Is enjoying a visit with his brother, Edgar, of the | Veterans' hospital at Wadsworth Kansas. Harold Keister, Bralnerd. Minn, spent a few days last week visiting his mother, Mrs. F. C, Keister. and his sister, Mrs. Harry Mussman. A Methodist Aid division served the monthly Commercial Club din ner at the church dining room on Thursday evening which 20 men attended. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer attended a monthly meeting of the Forest City group for ministers H.nd their wives at Forest City last week Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. Seward were hosts. Meadames Delia Smith, W. F. Gutknecht. Nick Behrends, Harry Warburton and Miss Emma Gutknecht entertained 30 friends at Miss Gutknecht's last week Wet), ncsday evening at dessert-bridge Orville Koppen, his mother. Mrs. Otto Koppen. Mesdames James and Samuel Warburton. Henry Mitchell, Charles Eggerth and the Rev and Mrs. O. H. Frerking attended the meeting of the Kossuth Institute of Christian Education at LuVerne last week Tuesday. The freshmen entertained the Grant high school at a party on Wednesday evening. A very good lime waa had by all and a lovely lunrh .served by the freshmen. THIS WAY PAYS BEST •» , , / MONEY-MAKING MACHINES DE LAVAL Separators and Milkers The dairy cow U not only our greatest producer of wealth, but De Laval Separators and Milkers are the bt&t money-making machines any milk oi' cream producer can own. It is not unusual for a De l.jv»l Separator or Milkir to c;j.';i mcnts and pay lor \\-^\i i: of use; that's i-iju-'l 10 10 the investment. And ti will continue to earn a for raiiny years. Th <u-_i:i Sepaiators in use tOvi-iy i .i.-c g. 30 and even more ye.us of sir many De Laval Milkers iliai ; the mark.-t 19 years ago .ire at. Why not put a De Laval to work on your fa: m? Yo_i tuJi •uch easy terms it will $oou pay for itself. Call ou Ui. Repair Shop for all Makes W. C. SCHULTZ, LAKOTA AUTHORIZED DC LAVAL DKALM such of !K • A GOOD COW PRODUCING OOOO LBS. Of •»<. MILK A V£*H 2 Groups Give Burt Man Real Birthday Party Hurt: Last Tuesday evening wan K. A. Bleich's birthday. In honor of the occasion. Mr and Mra. W W. iioettcher. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boeltt her and Mr and Mrs. J <;. MI -Donald Were invited to spend the evening. Later in the evening, another Hioup of friend* came to -surprise Ihe Hleichi ;jnd were in turn sur- pri.ifcd to find a party already in .-.e.iMon However both groups had •\ guoil tune. The evening was spent in playing 500, Mrs \V. W. Bocttcher and <) \V Hleii h rei t:ivi-d high score prizes, ami Mrs. J. C McDonald and H. E. Hachut prizes for low -core George Patterson, Agnes Karels Wed Grant: George Patterson, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson and Agnes Karels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hlko Karels, were united in marriage at Algona, Saturday, April 2nd. Annette Karels, sister of the bride and Ivan Selberg, a friend of the groom, were the attendants. The couple went to Webster City for a few days. The young couple will farm with the groom's father. Grade Operetta Presented A large crowd attended the grade operetta at the Grant school Friday evening. Those from a distance attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and Janet Lee and Grace Godfredson of BurL WESLEY FACULTY ALLREELECTED McMahon Infant Brought Home; Mrs, Hopkins in Hospital; Other News Miss Marjorie Barger spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barger. A charivari crowd surprised the See. Pattersons Thursday evening. They were treated to tee cream and cigars. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and daughters were callers at the Marvin Baum home at Lakota, Thursday evening. 18 TOWNSHIPS HAVE BOOTHS IN BURT SHOW Home Project Achievement Day Friday Drew 123; Winners Burt: Some 123 women registered at the County Woman's Home proj- ct meeting, which was held Frilay in the high school gymnasium. This was the annual Achievement Jay and 18 townships participated. The various townships had exhibits of various phases of the year's >roject, which has been on Child Jevelopment and Family Relationships. Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Lakota, the county chairman, presided. The morning program included community singing; introduction of .ownship chairmen and county and township publicity chairmen; talk by Mrs. Ray Miller, county 4-H club chairman, G. W. Bleich, county Farm Bureau president; A. L. Brown, county agent, and Lucille Pepoon, home demonstration agent, and the music memory contest The afternoon program Included a talk by Shirley Marlow, county 4-H club president; recognition of 100%. leaders and 100% members of follow-up group; a piano solo by a Swea-Harrison member waa followed by a demonstration; "Kickproof Baby Blanket" by Cres- co-Rlverdale; a Lullaby pantomime by Ledyard-Lincoln; a playlet, "Foods for Health" by Grenwood- Ramsey; a folk dance and song, "Push the Business On" by Buffalo- German; a playlet "Bedding the New Arrival" by Portland-Burt; a play. 'Two Old Maids and a Tub" ay Pralrie-Irvington. Mrs. Sarah Porter Ellis, state home demonstration agent leader, who judged the exhibits, gave a talk, making suggestions on how the various clubs might improve their work. She also announced :hc results of the exhibit judging. Prairie-Irvington and Greenwood- Ramsey ranking highest. Wesley: Members of the school board announce that reelection of teachers has taken place with all being offered contracts for the coming year. Various dates were given for sign-up dates, and up to the week end only the following had signed their contracts: Supt. E. D. Ravlin, and the Misses Agnes Boyer. Geslna Schutter and Dorothy Shannahan. Mlsa Boyer and Miss Schutter have in their charge the six lower grades, and Miss Shannahan Is the principal. Store Basement Completed Work on the excavation of the 22 by 100 foot basement for the new hardware store for Lease ft Lease was completed Saturday following almost three days work by a mechanical drag line and three dump trucks. The work was In charge of Ernest Hutchinson who contracted for the excavation. It is expected that within a short time. Fritz Gerdes, contractor from Woden, and his crew of men will take charge of the building proper which is to be of hollow tile and brick construction. Miss Leila Wester and friend of Ames spent the week end here with her parents, the Emil Westers. Nick Miller returned the fore part of last week from Mankato, Minn., where he had been for two weeks as a guest in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Glenn Wilson and fam- ly. A number of Wesley folks attended the Hutchins Bible study which was entertained at the Penn 3ekles home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Marion Paulson is leader of heir lesson. The annual meeting of the Wesley 3vergreen cemetery association vill be held at the Excuange State Bank building, Tuesday night. Dir- ctors will be named and officers chosen together with the hiring of a caretaker for the cemetery rounds. Members of the Wesley American Legion Auxiliary have been invited ,o attend a meeting of the Kossuth county organization to be held at Bancroft Tuesday afternoon. April 12. Several from here are planning .o attend. Special forty hour devotions were celebrated at the St. Joseph's Catholic church this past week end. father Regan of Milwaukee assisted Rev. A. J. Wagener. Other spec- al meetings will also be held dur- ,ng Passion Week at the church. Mrs. R. B. Hopkins is confined In the Kossuth hospital following a major operation performed a week ago Monday, April 4th. A relief agent is being employed at the Milwaukee station until «om« time this for (.nine Hunt The Hurt Chapter of the Conservation league met in the Mo Iionald lumber office last Monday evening. Plans were made for a predatory bird and animal hunt, with Art Leaaon and Jack Hewich as captain.-*. All boys under 18 arc to I,K organised into a Junior group and eju-h junior will be given a 25 lent tjonu* for every 100 points .-• orcd At 1'. O. Convention I'o UiM.,KT Maude M. Hannu .:lii-nilei| the iir;>t annual district < • .iiVi-i.U'jn ol the National Leugu-: l 1'n,:i m;i iter.,. whit h wu.-> held .it M:: Mi Clly Fli'iaV .She was • '-omp ni<. d by Mi.s' H. F. Kl- .i.l,:. ii.d Mr.. ./ <;. Me Donald. -.lup ( atlle to Market Tom TII-J, u-y ..hipped four « ar ii'-i'l-. ul . iiile lu ii-arkt-l lu..t week. Han, K.a,,I lir tl..u shipped a load Mr... '' I. H..MIIIK and -Shirley Si •:. a. K .u. ii! '-vjth the mumps. Mrs. Will Carney will entertain the Birthday i :<ele Thursday alter- nuon Mr:s Mau'l. 1 Han/ia eiitci'tained the M.-WIII,; . in Ic Thursday afternoon. Tile Legion and Auxiliary met at tile Tom Treiiary home last week Tuesday evening. Richard Wegners of LuVerne, 20 Yrs. Wed LuVarne: It waa the 20th anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wegner, a week ago Sunday, and about 80 of their rel a lives and friends gathered at the community hall to help them celebrate the event. Five hundred was played for entertainment. Following a lunch brought by the guests, the Wegners were presented with a chair as a remembrance of the occasion. Out of town guests included the Geo. Wegners. Fort Dodge; the L A. Wills, the Clarence Reckstroms. the Leo Rosenbergs, David. Alice and Leland Wegner. Fairmont, Minn , and the Roy Buengera. West Bend The Legion Auxiliary meets wiih Mrs. O. H Graham Wednesday afternoon for its monthly sewing meeting. The Methodist Ladies' Aid society will hold its annual Easter dinner, Thursday noon. April 14 in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. E. ('. Bierstedt have a new grandson, a son born to Mr. and Mrs Clarence Macumber at the Kossuth hospital last Tuesd'iy Mr. ind Mrs. J. W. Dorrance were. Fairmont, Minn., visitors last Tuesday, where Mrs. Dorrance attended a K K. O anniversary meeting. Mrs. Paul Macauley visited her mother, Mrs Mary Steward at (jarner Wednesday and attended a Kebekuh convention held there in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stainbrook went to Oskaloosa Thursday to spend a week or two witli relatives. Mr Stainbrook is employed by the farm bureau. A union (iiiwi Friday servict will be held in the Methodist church ut 10 o'clock Krid;ty morning. The R*v. J. M Doms, Pres- Lytenaii minister, will deliver the =>ermoit. F. L. Pratt went to DCS Moines Wednesday to attend a state pharmacist convention. His daughter. Marilda, who teaches ul Runnels, cunue home with him for the week end. Tile KeV. and Mrs J. M. I>onis, Airs Will Kingadorf Ruth Hodgson, l.ylu OJson, Dark-lie Bruy.- lon, Mrs. P K. Krietlie and Lulu Hawcott attended an institute of ('hriaUaa Education held at Lu- Vernu lust Tuesday. Mrs. Doins yave u talk oil "Making the Children's Work of tlie Sunday School Attractive." Melvm Nelson also hud a purl on the program. week, when Mr. Hopkins again plans to give his complete time to his duties at the station. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. McMahon drove to Mason City Saturday morning to get their infant daughter, Patricia Ann, who was required to remain in the hospital a week after her mother was permitted to return home. Patricia Ann weighed only about five pounds and her stay at the hospital was only to build up her weight before being brought home. Council Minutes March 31, 193S. City council met at city hall, Mayor Specht in chair. Members present were Hawcott, Harris, Kohlhaas, Overmyer, White, Huenhold. Absent, none. Petition filed to reconsider R. H. Valentine, appointee, was not considered. A. E. Moulds appointed night marshal at salary of $110.00 per month. Ordinance No. 254 passed. Application made to C. B. Murtagh, comptroller, for temporary transfer of $3,000 from electric light fund to fire equipment fund. Following bills allowed. APPROPRIATING ORDINANCE NO. 473 ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 196.00 Bellock, salary 140.00 •". C. Dalley, salary 140.00 Tom Halpln, salary 136.00 Walter Gorman, salary ._ 13S.OO C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 Ray Barton, salary 130.00 H. E. Stephonson, salary. 130.00 Adah Carlson, salary 140.00 Harold Roth et al, labor . 150.14 Ernst Thlel, meter reading 30.30 Goulds Pumps , repairs - 96.60 Fulton Iron Works Co- repairs 78.12 Electric Supply Co., mdfie. 268.32 Burndy Engleerlng Co., mdse. 13.46 W. D. 'Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 23.55 Midwest Supply Co., mdse 26.32 S. F. Bowser Co., mdse. -- 36.36 Ingersol-Rand Co., rndse. 28.20 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. — 331.65 Westlnghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse. 80.24 Terry-Durln Co., mdse. __ 50.35 Shell Petroleum Corp., gas, oil 15S3.88 Johnson Oil Refining Co., gas, oil — 288.86 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight on gas, oil 873.40 Secony-Vacuum Oil Co., lub. oil 203.77 Gil Lawson, mdse. 2.04 Algona Laundry, laundry 2.70 Kosauth Motor Co., repairs 11.30 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 18.17 Skely Oil Co., gas and oil 23.75 Harris Bros., gas and oil 3.13 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 3059 Creuco Union Elec. Co., signs 1.87 H. W. Post et al, freight- 28.14 Wm. Dehnert. lalbor 1.26 R'y Express Agency, ex- preat 4.74 Mrs. Thos, Akre, retarn meter ............... R. O. Richardson, latwr.- W. W. SfttHvan, P. M., postage ----------- Advance Publishing Co., Drtntmg ------------United States Pencil Co., mdse. — ..... -------Remington Rand Inc., mdae. ............... WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ----Harry Barton, salary — Frank Ostrum, salary — Laura Mitchell, salary — Earl Bowman et el, labor Joe Kelly Jr., labor ----Hugh Carroll et al, labor Dick Helmers et al, lalbor Earl Bowman, labor ---Harold Roth, labor ..... Leighton Supply Co., mdae. _______________ Fred W. Hanks Co., mdse. The Supreme Paint Co., mdse. ________________ Oaktte Products Inc., mdse. _______________ Glen Strayer, mdse. ----Glen Strayer, freight ____ Lalng A Muckey, mdse.— Tom Frankl, gas ------Skelly Oil Co., gas -----Norton Machine Works, repairs -------------Geo. Holtzbauer, mdse. — GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne, salary H. A. Van Alatyne, salary R. H. Valentine, salary „ Arthur Moulds, salary — H. A. Van Alstyne, dogs . 'ecll -McGinnls, labor — tfax Mealng, labor ------ kelson & Lensing, rent.. larrls Bros., gas _______ KoBsuth Motor Co., repairs ________________ Cooper Sinclair Service, gas __________________ Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs ____ ____________ N'. W. Bell Telephone Co., service -------------Cowan Building Supply Co., mdse. ____________ Electric Paint & Varnish Co., mdse. ____________ fesse Lashbrook, salary - fesse Lashbrook, salary . lliott Skilling, man and team ............. — Elliott Skilling. man and team ________________ Wlllard Gregaon, man and team _____________ Willard Gregson, man and team ________________ » Frank Skilling, labor — Frank Skilling. labor ... eo. Gunder, labor _____ Oliver Bakken. labor ... Oliver Bakken, labor .— 'ohn Helmers, labor ---- 'ern Scobba et al, labor. ohnson's DX Service, gas and oil ----------White Rose Service, gas and oil ..... . ..... ---- Jarrls Bros. Station, gas and oil _____ ......... . Greenberg Auto Supply, mdse. --------------Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, repairs ------Coast to Coast Store, repairs ________________ K. D. James, mdae. ----- 180-00 30-45 -88 1-08 75.00 130.00 130.00 110.00 158.40 58.01 33.37 18.42 26.40 26.40 32.23 7.77 19.11 20.30 19.11 .50 6.70 1.66 12.30 49.40 3.98 107.00 15.00 110.00 110.00 4.00 4.20 2.80 10.42 12.82 1.41 10.07 3.96 3.32 12.75 37.62 90.00 35.00 7,4.70 53.90 91.25 30.80 61.22 11.55 93.17 69.98 25.03 81.23 9.00 5.21 23.53 34.94 2.66 31.65 2.16 .21 Kohlhaas & S pi lies, mdse. — - ........ ••— Norton Machine Works, C. A. Heard, repairs Geo. HOltstJauef, mdse. .. Frank Cook* mdse. —— Christenften Bros., mdse.. Kossuth County Snap, mdse. <-Thos. Akre, mdse. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. F. S. Norton A Son, mdae. Erlck Nelson, labor Algona Greenhouses, mdse. R. E. Ladendorf, refund poll tax- Bert Whltmarah, salary Dr.. Sawyer, rent rest room Mrs. A. M. Colllnson, salary, matron Advance Publishing Co., printing Algone, Upper Des Moines printing Algona Gladiolus Society, adv. Albert Barnes, notice — County Recorder, fees — W. W. Sullivan, P. M., foox rent C. F. Specht, salary, 193738 H. L. Gllmore, treasurer salary Dr. J. N. Keneflck, health officer J. L. Bonar, city attorney W. E. Hawcott, 21 meetings W. E. Harris, 21 meetings Frank Kohlhaas, 19 meet- Ings J. F. Overinyer, 20 meet- Ings „ W. A. White, 21 meetings Alwln Huenhold, 21 meet- Ings FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary C. A. Heard, repairs Skelly Oil Co., gas Advance Publishing Co., printing Whlttemore Fire Department, fire call Emmetaburg Fire Department, fire call Mrs. C. T. Wilson, meala. Pierce's Cafe, meals Clapp's Service, battery chg — Kossuth Motor Co., repairs Algona, Insurance Agency, renewal firemen's Ins. Algona Insurance Agency, truck Ins. renewal- Algona Fire Department, fires 49.47 6.08 2.68 .»< .«» 74.44 7.70 10.80 8-00 26.00 26.00 20.00 63.37 16-80 8.00 1.36 1.60 -75 300.00 40.00 60.00 400.00 21.00 21.00 19.00 20.00 21.00 21.00 45.00 .50 1.09 5.40 50.00 50.00 9.08 8.48 2.00 16.71 108.00 4.08 208.00 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ...... 30.00 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 29.63 DEPOSIT FUND F. E. Safford et al, refund deposit ---------- 118.00 This ordinance to take effect and be In force from and after Its passage and approval. Passed and approved this 31st day of March, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. "Daddy wanted us to have a safe so he bought a CHEVROLET because it has PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES!" car ^CHEVROLET •You'll he- A III. \ D n'itli a CHEVROLK1! Kossuth Motor Co. Phone 200 Algona, low*

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