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g he Algona tapper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. May 10,1938 North East Kossuth Page SHOWER HONORS GRM TEACHER Mary Jane Lewis Will Be come Bride After End of Semester Grant: A miscellaneous shower was held In honor of Mary Jane Lewis, the primary teacher at the Grant school, Saturday, April 29th, at the Grant school. Miss Lewis ha« been a teacher here for the past three years and we are sorry to lose her from our teaching staff. There were about 86 present ard Miss Lewis received many lovely and useful gifts. A program was given by the following: Mr. Dinsmore sang a solo; Mary, Margaret Mwic Pupil* Give Recital at Lakota and and EIna Pederson sang a song Marlon Barger and Marvin Boever sang "I Love You Truly . The climax of the program was a mock wedding with Mr. Hamand as the minister, A. A. Jacobson as the bride, Mr. Doty as the groom and Mr. DInsmore as the villain, who stole the bride In the end. and each were dressed the part. A lovely lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Hamand, Miss Zllk, Miss Durum and Miss Griffith. Corn Planting Start* Corn planting is being started In this community this week. C. H Helling who lives on the east side of the township, is nearly through at this writing. Mrs. Elizabeth Skaggs and son, Harry, were-visitors at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Walter Engstrom, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mino and their daughters were dinner guests on n ,,n ' ?' ^ Frerk '"8 presented her pupils m piano in a recital at the Presbyterian church last week Tuesday evening with a large crowd present to enjoy the music. The program consisted of piano selections, musical readings, vocal solos, etc. Those taking part were John Wortman, Oretchen Rlppen- trop, Jane Steenhard, Genevleve Brewer Donald Daniels, Arils Heetland, Evelyn Meyers, Florence Heetland, Ruby Daniels, Dorothy Ukena, Jack Edwards, Wanda Heetland, Heetland, Betty Virgil Johnson, Wayne Wlrtjes, Darlene iO -J l-n D " •M*-"*» *--t»» 1CIIC i»eerdes. Those who attended report a splendid performance. Mrs. Geo. Edwards Of Lakota Passes Mrs. George Edwardc, who has been ill for several months and who underwent several operations at the Mayo hospital In Rochester in an effort to prolong her life, passed away early last week Wednesday morning at St. Marys hospltak Jerry Schutter, Buffalo Center, brought the body home Wednesday evening. Funeral ' held Sunday with Hartley, Iowa. COMMERCIAL CLUB HOSTSATLAKOTA Entertain Girls' Glee Club and Director at Dinner Last Thursday services were interment at Sunday a week Price home. ago at the M. T. Top Prices Paid For Wool ALGONA PRODUCE Read The Want Ads—It Payi. SNOW WHITE, 7 DWARFS, VISITORS IN GRANT TWP. Grant: The annual Junior-senior banquet was held In the school gymnasium Friday evening, May fl - The general theme of the banquet was a theatre scene, centering around "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." The following program was given with Maurice Kollasch as toastmaster: Welcome, Doris Brlggtg; Response, John Steenhard; Snow White, Dorothy Colwell; Dopey Wallace Speicher; Grumpy, Mr! Barger; Wicked Queen, Miss Zilk; Happy, Mr. Hamand; vocal solo "In the Still of the Night". Mr Dinsmore; "Mighty Lak a Rose" Ardys Tjensvold and Ardis Anderson. Members of the senior class nre: Dorothy Calwell. James Mayne, Lakota: The Commercial club members entertained their wives and the high school girls glee club and their director, Mary Templeton, at a 8:30 dinner at the Methodist church dining room, Thursday evening. The Methodist Aid served a three course dinner to 60. I. E. Wortman acted as toast. club president, rave the welcome, the Rev. Carl •lammer said grace, Jerry Ukena ang a solo, the glee club sang several numbers and several songs were sung by the group and the Mother of Ferdinand Koppen, Sr. Succumbs Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen, Ferdinand Koppen, Sr., and Albert Koppen drove to Caasvllle, Wis., last week Tuesday In response to a message saying Mr. Koppen, Sr. s brother-in-law, Henry Koppen had passed away at the age of 79 years. He was a brother of the late Mrs. Ferdinand Koppen. The funeral services were held Wednesday forenoon and the Koppens ' home late Wednesday 2 NEW MUSICAL UNITUEDYARD Mixed Chorus and Orch estra of 10 Pieces Organized returned night. master. Earl Grabau, toastmaster called for several impromptu numbers. All were much enjoyed by the guests and a happy evening was spent together. Mary Templeton, Maxlne Grlese, Catherine Powers, and Lucy Householder spent the week end at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Alton Anderson has been enjoying a visit with her mother, Mrs. R. R. Ballard and a brother, Allen of West Union. Mary Jane Lewis was honored with a pre-nuptial shower last week Saturday at the Grant Center school bouse, where she has taught several years. W. E. Ley, who went to Los Angeles, California, a week ago to visit his sister, Mrs. Ada Waud, who was seriously ill, writes that she Is Improving at present. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking attended the reception held for the A Great Buzzing Heard at Gerled Gerled: A great Buzzing heard in this vicinity the past few weeks IB not a giant bumble bee but is Ed Dontje's new tractor working the field .opposite the post office. David Frlets and Maynard White were fishing Wednesday. We do not know the end of this story. Mrs. Finn attended the Kossuth county postmasters' meeting at the home of Mrs. Hanna In Burt, on Tuesday evening. The postmasters discussed the air mall drive and also went on record as favoring proposed legislation to lighten the troubles of the star route drivers. Mr Berger, driver of the Algona to Elmore route, explained the desired legislation. A group of relatives brought baskets and surprised Mrs. Ole Gerdls on her birthday last Sunday. She received many gifts, among them a fine bunch of baby chicks from ner young son. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dick-Dontje Mrs. Andrew Karels With Orace and Margaret, Ted Ubb»n, Arend Honken and Leonard, Mr. and Mrs Claus Ubben, Enos Klaas, Fritz Claus and daughter, Walter Goosvitch, Mr. and Ledyard: Two new musical organizations have recently been formed at school under the direction of the musical instructor, R. O. Morris. The boys and girls glee clubs have been united to form a largo mixed chorus and they are practicing to sing the last day of school. Also an orchestra has been form ed. Those taking part in that ar Beulah Looft, bass viol; Verji Bergland, Edna Dontje and M Morris, violins; Marvel Halverson flute; Alvlra Halverson, piano Ruth Estle, drum; Marjorle Gabl clarinet; Billy McDonald, phone and Vernon Dorsey, A Broken Wheel, A Bent Fender, Nobody Injured West Rend: Harold Schurg's nnd W. H. Daubendlek's cars came together nenr the Journal office, on Wednesday evening. Mr. Daubendiek was driving in to park when Harold cnme around the corner and his car had one wheel broken oft ivhile the Dnubendlek oar hnd the 'ender badly bent. No one was in- iured. one. 5!)04/,0 WATER FPNO J. W. Kolly, snlnry .. Harry llnrton, salary ... Frank Ostruni. salary Lnurn Mitrhpl], mlnry Eorl Bowman, lab. Harold Roth, lab. fir,, on 55.00 52.80 5 2. SO Don Palmer, lab. 5.is drum. saxo snar Mrs. Mrs. Marion Koons, John and Wallace Spelcher. Steenhnrdt, Members of the junior class are Maurice Kollasch, Ardys Tjens- vold, Ardls Anderson, Doris Brlggs Lucille MIno, Marjorle Holm. Beatrice Sheeley, Gladys Spelcher, CTarence Hunt and lona Wentworth. The sophomores, who served as waiters and waitresses were: Harm Drew, Sidney Payne, Elora Fur- rtngton, EI«le Beck and Grace Farrow. Ited with Herman Hanson Kie»ter, Minn,, last Sunday. near Rev. and Mrs. E. Pfeiffer at the Presbyterian church at Algona last week Wednesday evening. Frnnk Lewis, daughter Mary Jane, sons Howard, Lawrence and Hugh and wife drove to Eagle Grove last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. George Lewis. George Lewis Is a brother of Frank Lewis. Mosdames Earl Grabau, Wortman, W. E. Ley, Harry Warburton, Delia Smith, Samuel Warburton, Cyrus Renshaw, J. E. Smith and J. H. Warburton attended the county federation meeting at Fenton last week Tuesday. Mrs. Emma Smith and Mrs Maude Hamilton drove to Elmore last week Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Hill. Mrs. Hill, who suffered a stroke several months ago, Is now able to sit In a chair part of the time and her ultimate recovery Is hoped for. The Hills are former residents of this vicinity. _ . - . John Karch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hik-o Karels, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerdis and son, nnd Walter Abbas. Hebron News FENCE Are All Your Fences Fit For Their Summer's Job? Are there any weak posts or wire in the lines? Are all the end and corner posts solid and well anchored? If there are weak spots that you don't know about, your stock or your neighbors' stock may point them out to you soon and cause you trouble when they do. Usually the time taken to matt.-- a spring inspection of fences and make them sound, saves money and prevents trouble. When you know how many pobis cedar or steel-ami how much wire woven or barb-you will need, see us. We have everything to make fence.i safe. Berdean Frnndle spent Saturday night and Sunday with her friend Betty Folven, Kd Simser nutoed to northern Minnesota last Wednesday to Ret a load of posts. Mrs. Oscar Fr.-indlc visited on Thursday n-ith Mrs. Ililmpr JT-in- son at Lukota. Mrs. Carl Halverson had her tonsils removed last Thursday at Albert Lea, Minn. Lowell Undcrbakko, and Leona Fjotland wrote the county tests nt Ledyard last Thursday. ' Melvin Stoltkoboe and Luthe visited their sisters therville last Monday. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Thelma were Thursday dinner guests ut the Hilmcr Hansons at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthun and Mrs. Geo. Patterson Honored at Shower Grant: A miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Mrs. George Patterson nee Agnes Karels. at the John Patterson home, Thursday afternoon. About 26 ladies were present and Mrs. Patterson received many useful gifts. Girl for Butterflelds Mr. and Mrs. Steward Butterfleld are the parents of an eight pound girl Thursday, May 5, at the Es- thervllle hospital. This is their second child, the other also being a daughter, Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ripp'entrop are the parents of a ten pound daughter, born Friday, May 6. This Mrs. G. W. Anderson had a narrow escape when she fell down the steps at her home n week ORO on Wednesday, cutting n gash In her arm to the bone. She has been imior the doctor's care since nnd s Retting along nicely at this writing. Plan Church Improvement The Methodist Ladles' Aid met I the church basement Thursday aft ernoon with Mrs. George Thomp son as hostess. About 45 ladles at tended. Plans are being made fo putting a celling in the churc) basement and estimates of varlou materials were given. The nex meeting will be held in three week instead of two, due to the close o school and will be at the home o Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Leon Worden has purchased i new International truck. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Storey wen Algona visitors Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey attended a lecture In Fair mont, Thursday evening. The Wm. Flynn residence is bc- reshlngled. Merle and John Jorgenson are doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge of Buffalo Center visited nt the Arthur Zlelske home Wednesday. Mrs. Clifford Juhl and son, Roger spent from Sunday to Wednesday at the Clifton Engelby home. Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson and son, Byron, of LuVerne spent Friday at the H. M. Granner home and called on friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Morrla nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of Nashua were here Friday evening vinlting the former's son. Robert Morris. Evelyn Maync and Henrietta O'Keefe, who are attending business college In Mason. City, came Friday to spend the week end at their homes. Mrs. Harriett Mntzencr hns been In Algona the past week In order to be near her daughter, Murjorle who Is in the General hospital recovering from an eration. appendicitis op- Back Prom Trial . 3. A.MIMMV er returned home Thursday from Pittsburgh, Pa., where Dr. Mueller was a witness in n pp.rsonal Injury suit brought by the Rev. and Mrs j J. T. Snydcr of Altn, formerly of Fenton, itjfnlnst a bus company. The Snydcrs were rldlnjf In a bus which WUH wrecked In August, 193H nnd .suffered injurie.s. 40 Yonrs Long Enough John Dorweiler Is having new walks built in front of his property on South Broadway. The old sidewalk had been there for nearly to years and was badly in need of repair. Miss Marie Dunn and Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek drove to Algonn, Friday, on business. Miss Florence Sinclair left Mond«y evening for Chicago where she Is taking nurses' training. Mrs. Robert Day has been on the sick list the past week. Louisa Zaugg has been the nurse In charge. Mrs. Vic Bargman and son of Whlttemore spent Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ben Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Roupe have rented the Don Sinclair residence Mr. Sinclair has not fully decided on his future plans. The Foreign Missionary society meeting at the Methodist church Friday afternoon, was well attended. Mrs. Nevlns Cuplln was the hostess. Howard Hoffman Of Livermore Weds Livermore: A wedding of interest to many in this community took Jlace in Des Moines, Friday, When Howard Hoffman, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Hoffman of Livermore. and Miss Mary Moore of Des Moines were married at a Presbyterian church at ten o'clock In the morn- ng. The couple will mnke their home n Livermore where the groom has ecentiy purchased a home, and he vill continue in his work at the mplemont establishment with his other. The bride, who is a charming girl, is made many friends in thl.s ommunlty, where she hns visited many times during the past two ears. The groom was born here nnd raduated from the Livermore high chool. He later entered and grad ated from Drake University of Dos Koines, then taking up law which overed a period of seven years of ollcge work, nnd wa.s admitted to he bar. Olck Helmers. lab. Vern Senbbn, lab. •/. J. Palmer, lab. Neptune Meter Co., sup.. James n. Clow & Sons, mrise. A. W. Mcl)onald"""( : o." mdse. LeiKhton Sup., mdse. ...I Tom Frankl, pas .._ H. W. Foot, freight Skelly Oil Co., R aa LninR ft Muckey, repairs. T. Hutchison, sorv. OENERAT, FUND Jesse, l^shbrook, salary Klllott SkllllnK, labor ..I Willard OreKRon, labor Frnnk Skilllnc. labor Geo. Ounder, inbor Oliver Hakken, labor, II" John Helmers, labor Herman Lyons, Inhor ('has. Hnrvpy, labor H. A. Van Alstynp, salary Arthur Moulds, salary Cecil McOlnnls, snlnry _.I H. A. Von Alstynp, (|ORR. Nelson & Lensine, rpnt Stewart Super Serv., Kn s Harris Bros. Sta., R«S N. W. Bell TP!., serv. .Ill Kohlhaaa & Spllles, mdse. Wm. c. r>au Oarage, repairs Cowan BIdR. Sup. Co., indse. Clear Lakp Snnd * Gray.", mdse. C. M. St. P. & P.""iry. freight Botsford Lnibr. Co., mdse. While Rose Serv. Sfn., pas llnrrls Bros. Sta., K as F. S. Norton & Son, nulso. Kpnt Mtr Co., rep. ... Kohlhans & Spllles, mdse. c. A. Heard, rep. Johnson DX Serv. Stn., pas Prank Cook, nulsp. Matt I'arrott & Sons, 5.10 7.«5 5.18 13.67 .IS. 00 47.06 20.1!) 1.76 4.W 10.33 4.70 10.00 62.r.0 50.04 3K.42 33.11 31.57 33.8S 23.10 32.73 33.50 61.00 55.00 50.00 4.00 10.12 12.30 1.6!) 3.32 10.92 2.3fi '-itinn Fifti-»-n ( '<j ( mho. tbr i.-'nv.iv ..n tli" > I l.vn K..MI t, .MI ilp .!• .1 liiinttf (IS). on«** i-a«tt on pnntti linn (111. «nl(l < ;l JIMH .1,1 y n St.iff ''i fl\. .1 rhc "f M-ir In It." -mm. i-<-.-- Corn- tn.-nty-fcuirtl. l!m. ten (10) ft I ro at t>,. lii- ari'1 plno" l"«-n. us tho time lnK .*alil petition. Miv "I'.leetlnns in i IK- RrnntltiR "f ii fr-.-i:icl>lse must be In tvrltlni; 1 fll.-il 111 tripllrnte \vllh tills eom- «sinii :it least five CM .In vs lu.foro e .if \if-nrliiK. The Inwn St.itp :nnien e C.inim INS hm .Mif-^est.w thnt ••-'•••--• - ,,„ nm« nrt hn.« full Iowa. April STVTK <"(>MMKI!r'K COMMISSION- .1. I.vnrli S.-.'r.'tur FIN' 1S-1!) Official Notice Lone Rocker Honored Robert Gladstone, Lone Rock a tudent at the University of Du- uque, was n member of the fresh- nnn basketball tnam which won the -itra-mural championship, He was resented with a medal, last Thursay. Sister M. Amnlla from Dubiique eturncd Saturday after a week's sit with relatives hen Or. Sawyer, rent Mrs. A. M. Collinson, matron Ilprt WhitmarHh, labor Algona U. I). M., pig. Advance Pub. Co., pin. LnliiK & Muckpy, nidsp. _. Miller Lnibr. Co., mdse. II. W. Cockburn, bnl. cont. c. f. Wright, pal. W. 9. Nott Co., mdse. Tom Frankl, gun H. Crctzmpyor, mod. aid C. H. nld A. II. Dorchardt, nulsp. __ SKWKR FUND J. W. Kolly, salary 65.27 40.00 131.62 10.84 18.02 77.12 4.2» 21.27 12.75 4.53 2.25 1.43 25.00 Crctzmoyer, mod. Dick llelinors, labor Vcrn Scobba, labor . 20.00 25.00 101.12 !M.23 •1.54 20.03 11!!!).] 3 22.50 7.24 .95 22.00 24.00 fi.38 15.00 1.35 1.35 65.00 26.18 18.48 tlCFOKK TIIK IOWA STATU COM- Mt-:i:ci: C(>MMISSI(IN O TIIK CITIZKNS (IK KOSSUTII COI'NTY. Nnl In- Is hi-ri-liv Klvi-n Dint n pot- Ill.. n tor n frnnchlxp In i-ri'tl um- nml mnlntnlo piilps. wln>n, uny wires l(iwern. rnl>)pn, cniuliiltH nr<l i.tlirr nxliirrK nml nppllmiccs fur Hip pnr- PIIS.- nf cnniluctlnR Plorrtrlclty for IlKhllUK, power mill hi-iitliiK pur- pn.-> s hns lipr-li nicd hy t ho Intor- Plnte I'owor I'onipnny, Mutuiinie Inwn. In Ihf orrici. nf th'o Iowa State < ommrtro ColtinilAsfotl ; thnt ?»nhl pi'tltlon asks the rlKht to ronntnin opi>rn|i' ntul mnlrtnln .«nlM olortrlo trnnxmlRMlon lino nvcr. nlonp nn ,| ncross tin- rnllowInK ilcii-rllipd puh- llc liinils. l.tRliwHYN. stri-nniR nnil prlVBlo Ininls. (L'ann volts) IIPRllllllMK "I III!' snilthwost riirili-r nf Sfrllnii TWII (21 TnwtiRlilp Nlt-oty-HOVon 1971' I*," 1 *"' 1 ,.. """K* 1 Tn-onty- 9 pv..n (1,1. Wost ,,r II.,. r,th p. m,. Knscnfh Pinitity. Inwn, thcnrp on«t on the lilphwny nn the south Hno nf until Sortlon Two (2). nno-hnlf (141 mllo. Tho Inwn Stnto Comtnorrp Pom'" '''" }'"* nxpl1 «'<o twenty-fourth ilnv nf Mnv ims ton (io> " '" • '" I's nfflpp nt Des .. Inwn. ns tho limp nnl place for honrhiR- snl.l potltlnn. Any ohlootlnns to the frrnntln(r nf '"""' ho ln writing , ,, c.'lth) V, rl1 '"' k Mnln,. nnl ni 1 '" >n< 'i llll " > nml Illoii | n t •omtnis.lon „, ' '• " f lui "'- |n « r with , M Tho Io "M|'" M " s M " lnps - IlS\VA STATH COMMISSION ' •'• '•>•»'•'' ^• April CITY BILLS Christ at Es- TKN VKARM AGO <-'. E. liciNP iH'RBIl 1|,,. iTPCtlor of a new business building on his lot on North Thorlngton street. Hal Cowan had the contract. The building when completed, was to be occupied by a lunchroom. • » • John Stmler, St. Benedict farm- F. S. Norton & Son ALGONA, IOWA family visited with her brother and family, Lennis Quam, last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family visited Wednesday iliKht with the Lloyd Logos of near Dricelyn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jordan! are the proud parents of u new baby Sirl weighing 10'i pounds, born on Monday, May 2. Thelma Frandlo, Jerome Hulvet- son and John Badje wrote the eight grade county examination.'; at L-ik ota last Thursday. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and chiklrei and Russel Legried spent lust Sun uay with their sister, Mrs. Clarenci Haveland and fumily. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moser and family of Madison Lake, Minn., visited last Sunday with her brother Adrian Hauskin and family. Mr. ami Mrs. Sam Boettcher and Joliet and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boettcher and sons spent last Tuesday night at the Sam Mathesons. Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Mrs. Clarence Hayward and little daughter and Lola Hayward spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gertie Boehm. Mrs. Gust Nelson and Ruth, Mrs Bertha Sohn attended the Ladies Aid meeting at the German church parlors at Lakota last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Legried and Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wood of near Austin. Minn., were Saturday dinner guests at the Oscur Frandles. er, whose case had been a puzzle to doctors since he nccldently shot himself in the head with a rifle, had been on the road to recovery even though the bullet had lodged 'in his brain in four places. • * • Colonel Spencer, AlKonu'tt \vp|l- known citizen had been seriously i injured when struck by an autoinn- I bile at the intersection of State and i Minnesota street. He had been purchasing groceries at the store and was blinded by the lights on a cur Th. cHafc* Is Mitty n «dt. Th< Andrews Hot*l U tiUMUd in tk« ctnUr of (fowntown district -• few stops to shops •nd swtUBMts. Gu**U m t|w*y» ce» fort«Ut to plwtwrt, homtlifct rooms. Ap> pttlilai food (or W*«kf«* luncheon •od dbuw - s«r*«d tit At Ccff«» Shop...Csrsf« strvicc...AU rtUs «f« TMCODORt ' STILT LN JUMfiU •4TH STREIT AT MfMNIPiN ANDREWS Lakota Editor Host Fenton: Afr. and Mrs. J t A Schwartz and their son, Karl* attended the North Iowa Press association at Lakota, Friday evening, as guests of Editor and Mrs E. C. Inlay. Mrs. Ole Gerdes was given a surprise party at her home a week azo Sunday when a groun of relatives from Verno Center, Minn., came to apead the day with h«r as a birthday celebration. Mrs. AlvJn hospital u " derwe " t a nmul work in Kossiifli county had been progressing rapidly. The work on No. 16 north of Algona ha been to pave. The contractors ha their supplies and warehouse!; B Bancroft. The work of paving ha .started about 200 feet south of th C. R. I. & p. railroad and the had started and had nearly a mil of cement in. The material hue been hauled from Bancroft was mixed us used. * • • Work hud been programing rap idly on the new oil station on the corner of State and Hall streets. * * * Mm. M. P. Haggard and h( r noil John, and Marion McMahon hat spent a few days in Iowa City visiting Ruth McMahon and the Two- goods. » » » Mrs. Gene Murtugh hail returned o her -home in Chicago after she lad spent a month in Algona at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs AI Falkenhainer. " * * * Ignatius Wvrnrrt, ton of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert. had been chosen as an instructor in chemistry in he University of Ohio at Coluriibub 'or the year. Mrs. H. R. Cowan and Mm. /\h- ner Long hud driven to Des Maines or a visit with friends. Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Schnep/ had eft for a week's visit with their larents at Garner. V * • Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan had visited ut ths home of their daughter, Mrs. Willis Cotton, whose home was in Lone Rock. V * « Theuim Horriuun, daughter (if Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Horrigan. had I spent the week end visiting ut the Quarton give his address. Consul Quarton had been stationed at Berlin for about five years an.l had j como in contact with the German officials and the better classe i. His address had been very instructive and he hnd emphasized the fact that the Germans had been preparing for war for many years. * * * Thp study of German In the Algona high school came to n very •sudden end, when the .students studying the language had taken their textbooks and had mniml them along with an effigy supposed to represent the Kaiser. April 2S. |!i;«x. •'iilincil mi.i ut I),,, c|, v Ihc mayor ,-iiid all || H . , I'l'csi-llt. Applications from ( . K. .Murphy onil II. \V. l',m to operate taxi.s were approved. Mayor Specln appointed Cecil i-OlnnlK night marshal !lt „ h .,|. ary of $|IMI per monl.'i. iipproving Fulton cmplov( season: KlRlit AlKOliu boys left home to enlist. They had gone from hi're Mason City. The hovs wc'-c -Maurice and Fred Bartholomew !leim Rancy. Clem Nugent, Align; Cotton. Fred Slreit, Milton Morgan md Horace Cliipsudtlle. Clapsad Ue was sent back after his age. vrlificate, Nugent'.s eye.s were defective, arid Morgan was too .-.hoi! for the navy. A scarcity of yourg men of military age hud become apparent. * » • Mr. and .Mrs. J. E. Moulds hud received word from their son, Arthur, in France, who had been slightly wounded. He had stated that he was still in the hospital, but that he had been suffering from the effects of gas. He was anxious to pet back to the trenches because the hospitals had been so quiet * » • Kotmuth count}'» big R*d Crons drive was ready to start. The total amount had been $18,000, but later advices from Washington had indicated that the demands of the Cross were to be heavier than •v.d been anticipated, and national officers had expressed the Wish hat each quota to be increased by 25 ner e^nf Iron Works bond wn« approved The following bonds were „.>proved. (Veil McGlnnls for $, „„„ and A. ]•:. Moulds, *|,(MHI. Tho following will he at the pool for thl f Hill Hi-rgfk-ld, salary .ji« ,„.,. 1 inonlli. Hob Scllstrom, salary $i!5 per niiinth. Kvulyn tii-iiluini, salary .Jrjfi p,,,. inonlli. Manhfi Palmer, f-alary $10 i )( .,. month. Mrs. Jim Allen uill have chaivi- of Ihc i-i-ff-shiueni .-laud. .\ppropri.-ttitm Oriliii;inci. \o. | was passed. Thi' meeting May 1- at S p. DEPOSIT FUND Ben Peters, ref. dep. . GRADE FUND Willard Oregnoli, labor Elliott SkllllnK, labor . SWIMMING POOL FUND & Pa.VHon, IIIH. __ !) This Orilliuincc to IIP In for and effect from and after its pas;< :c and approval. Passed ami approved this I'St (lay of April, i'l.'IS. «'. i-'. SP;-:CH r, .Ma; or •Mtcst: AIiAII CARLSON Mlv Mcrlf. Official Notice i:i-:i-'i iin: Tin; iuvv.\ STATI: .MI:I:CI: CO.M.MISSIHN TI i TIII: crn/,i-:\s m-' K-I ciii-.\Tv : N..II.,- i., h, i HI.Hi l 1 ,,i- „ |,, m , ii"l liiiilni.iin |HI|. InUt 1 !-. ,-,,l,|, . | pi I I . I h ,,|,. in III. 'I illli- ..... Hi, Ill'- nulil 'l It). I HI I .1 III .Ill •• UVI-I-, Notice of Probate of Will STATK OF IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. No. 4385 In District Court, March Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Cocncrn: You Arc Hereby Notified, That an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Anna Hclmcrs, Deceased, dated March 12, 1038, having been this my filed, opened and read, Monlay, the 23rd day of May, 1038, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algonn, Iowa before the District Court of nald county, or Clerlt of said Court; and nt ten oclock n. m., of the day above mentioned all persons inter- cstcd arc hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause If any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and al- mwcd as and for tho last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated nt Algonn, Iowa, April 25, 1938, KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court ALAfA PKARSON. Deputy. R. C. McMnhon, attorney. 17-18-19 NO. ITT, adjourned i OUDIN \\i T 25 per cent. * * * Mttl« Margaret Bartlett, er of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Bartlett. md been suffering from a broken irm. having fallen while on roller hates. * • • Clarence Muwdaley had collided vith the bridge at the foot of the <i"g hill and had damaged his vissell car considerably • • • Mr. and Mrs. Theodore ChrUchil- .1. W. Ki-lly, Leo Ilellock. Mias. Dailcy \Valti-r Coriiuin. i-alury Tom Halpin, salary •'. C. Wright, salary Hay Hurion, salary II. I-.'. St(':ihenson, .salary, Adah Carlson, nalary ._".. Dick Helmers, labor Vern Scobbu, labor Fulton Iron Works, nulse. fioulds PumpH, mdse W. 1). Allen Mfg.' Co', mdse. J. F. Prilchard Co., mdsel Internatlonul mdse. Crescent Klec. Sup., rudse. la Much. & Supply, mdse. Uurudy Kng. Co., nidse. Oarlock Pack Co., nidse. Midwest Supply Co., imise. 'Jen. Fire Tr. Corp., mdse. FI'M) - 1 '< Fire ICqulp., Iron Hunge cs drove with her <ranz. to Holsteln for a parents, Mr. and visit Mrs Dr. CluJr rimwaddle of St. Louis ad been visiting Algonu relatives nd friends. along as well as can b* expected MM. Lloyd has a ten weeks o'd daughter and she is being cared for by Mm. Lloyd's sister, Mrs. Fred aeloerg. been taking Mason City. u business course nt TWENTY YEAKS AGO The opera hou«e wiw crowded to capacity to hear Consul Harold Dearths wa« badly Injur- td when a horse which he had been ridin« while driving cattle had full en off a grade and crushed his foot. The Builders class hiet Thuirday afUrnoon at the home of Mrs Emma Hammond. Mull, indst- Klec. Sup. Co., nidse. Shell Pftr. Corp.. dist. _ M. St. P. & l>. K'y, freight . _ •\ddressogruph Co.. mdse. Pub. Ownership League, sub. 'hi. Journal of Comui., subscription Algona Liiundry. luiiiidry . la yttite lik. sec. on boml.-^ Skelly Oil Co.. gi tjj Hurris Hros N. W. Hell i H. W. PO.-.I. Algonn I', i) Ail\.incc Pul Kolilliua.s A.- Spilles. mdse. A. II. Uorchardt. IIHJ.-I- I'l-fseo I'll. KU-c.. sign.-, Wayne Slepheu.ioii. hibur- Cruue ('u., tnUse. .. Fire Kijuip. fund, trunsi- ftr . W. W. Sullivau, P. M., postage Joe Kelly, labor Fulum Iron Works, pay fiS.IMI 7il.HO 11. 1'5 7. Jo 2.15 16.-I7 12C6.-KI 7.00 8.20 37.13 57.56 26.4U 1M5.77 lit. 5') 84.77 245.0(1 Notice of the First Meeting of Creditors TIIK DISTRICT COURT OF : IJNITKD HTATRH FOR TIIK VORTIIKHN I>IHTRICTr)F IOWA CKNTRAL DIVISION In the Matter of Phillip Henry l.'irgrcavcs. li.-inkrupt. No. .'iTM jn To tin. Crcditiii-H ,,f above named latikriipt. of Algiiiiu, in tin. County if Kossuth and Dl.slrict afurcsald. Hnnkrupt. Notice i.-t hereby given that on he -Ith day of May. l!i:iM. the above anu-d bankrupt w.is duly adiinli- ated bankrupt and that the 'fir-it ng of his creditors will be it tin- office of tin- uiidi-rsifn- I referee, at 707 Hticll lildg., Fort >odgc, U'cbitcr County, Iowa, on ic Ililh diiy of Mnv. Ht.'iH. at two dock p. in . at which time tho 'id creditors may attend. p,-,,v ( . (fir claims, appoint a trustee, ex- "iiic the bankrupt, and transact ; !!••!> oilier business as may prop( rly ciiioi! before said meeting. The bankrupt i.-i required to be present, lodge. Iowa, May 4. I!C!S. JOHN M. SCHAIIPP, Referee in lianUruptcy. M)'riri: in- in-: i-ii\<; o\ i - i uii.i-.il MI:N i -1:1 iiMivitt mi tn MI. ail- HI' tl unil i iiinilni,' Sal,I i..ii,| i Sulil ill.-n I, ( IH-IIIT 'In.inn.-, ,v K',,11 n l I l.il-M V. 11. loi C.i|..--hi> I' I' N Tl ll K n-.l.l Stnilli ' :!7 us J.IS .ii': ,v ; M.n>- ,v K.IU i .Ma11;.11 ,'f i ;i,,,, S.li.l |M ||||, o.oo ! iii tii.-ir ..in,.,, h, 1 'l.i< <•( M.iv. l!,.;I In II,,.MU..IKI. I I .1 I. I., I...I I I I'. II .l . was l., sen ice rultlil M . pit:. i a -1:1 <»\i> tut l.l'J M '•« s.ii.l p, 1819

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