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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1938
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FATHER'S DAY IS OBSERVED AT L0VEME The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1938 June for a Sunday. day Probably H«« I. was the h0norin * Mik s ent included Richard Weg Mike Strip Chas. Hln* , Mrs. Helena * IM n - Vlote Emery - Jul ?, triplln £' an d the Fred Wills S?_Y? rne - AIs ° there were the XL «7" ons ' Ban croft, and the Percy Wegn er s, Renwlck, about 50 ni at F ' L Chapman's n tni Chapman's father, Geo J£ be 'V, Isters Fran °es and Martha Kahele, and Mrs. Barbara and daughter, of Church School Is Closed— acatlon ch »rch school tbe ST™"'"" "> <ne Presbyterian Methodist, and Evangelical churcb- close Friday, S , u " day evening a demo^tra- work of lhe three older . , oepartments was given to a capac- the 4V. A, ~,"~ ln *«nnedlates. under the direction of the Rev. Mr Nel•on. presented the worship ser- I«™«i The . primar y children gave examples of their memory work songs, and prayers, and the juniors £-? W *SL a * y P |caI B »>1e drill per*^,- .The Rev. E. H. Walters told about the handwork class for boys and Esther Frttzemeier, the girls' jerrlng class. More than 70 certificates of attendance were given. Town Hall Oels Pi«B»— There U now a piano at the town nail, all tuned and ready for the n«t meeting group that desires to use one. The Msthodtet and Presbyterian Aids, the Tuesday, J j and Pjtogrefrflve Women's clubs! toe Cemetery association, and the Community club decided that one was needed and a committee of one representative from each organization hag worked for some day« and Saturday compbt»d the project Former Teacher In Visit— Mrs. Albert Pergande, Bricolyn, Minn., spent last week with -ele- thres here. The Martin Lindorf- ers, Rock Island, were guest j here rant week. Mr. Llndorfer is a former teacher in the Lutheran church Sunday school. The Ernest Flickrlngers, Fort Dodge, visited the Herbert Lothringers Sunday. Mrs. Jasper Vaughn and Sally, Des Moines, are spending two weeks at J. E. Stoddard's. Family Rennlori Is Held— A family reunion was held Sunday at B. H. Gardner's, these present being relatives of Mrs. Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cole and Mrs. "Fanny Purdy came Saturday from Alcester, S. D. W. D. Purdy and the Allen Purdys, Fred- erlcksburg ,and the Fred Tulares, Sumner, came for Sunday. This is an annual event and as Lu Verne Is a central point the gathering is always held here. To School In Colorado— Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kub;y, Mabel and Velva, and Mrs. George Frantz went to Boone Thursday, where Mabel took the train for Boulder, Colo., where she will attend siimmei' school. The rost went to Des Moines for a couple <>'. riav? at Frank Jutte's. Son for Fred Zwelfels— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zweifel Sunday. This is their second child, the other being a girl. Glen Wykoff. Des Moines, has been visiting the Zweifels. He is her brother. Other Ln Verne. Mrs. H. D. Kanning and Mr. and Mrs. William Bahnsen and son Keith, Churdan, visited Monday at William Klnwitter's. Mrs. Kanning bag been staying with her son John at Churdan nnd helping care for her aged mother. Mrs. Mary Schroeder, who Is past 93. Mrs. John Kanning visited at August Pergande's one day last week. She is a sister of Mr*. Pergande. Word has been received here of the death of Samuel Wertz at his home at Graymont, 111. His son Earl formerly lived here and a daughter. Mrs. George Boegger, lives at Livennore. Mr. Wertz made annual trips here looking after farm interests. Mrs. Herbert Smith vis>it»d the Hoyt Smiths at Dexter. Minn., from Thursday till Sunday nljrtt. The Dr. A. J. Easons went t > Orange City. Le Mars, and Alton for the week-end. Mrs. Josephine Smith accompanied them to vtelt relatives at Le Mars, Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell, of Detroit. Mich., visited at M. M. Lowmiller's last week. They weio en route from Detroit to Los An- reles via Salt Lake City and Bo;?e. He is superintendent of a con- MORE THAN 300 AT FUNERAL OF DROWNING VICTIM Burt: Over 300 attended the funeral of Henry Ewoldt, Jr., of Algona which was held,at the Lutheran church here Friday afternoon, the Rev. L. Rlchmann conducting the service. Burial was In the Burt cemetery. The Hi-Low bridge club met at the Jess Dugan home last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostrander. of Drdway, S. D.. spent several days last week with Burt relatives. Mrs. En os Wrede of Fort Dodge was visiting Burt friends Friday and attended the Henry Ewoldt funeral. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher were dinner guests last Wednesday evening at the Gorda Ogg home in Algona. The Busy Bee club met with Mrs. Earl Miller on Friday afternoon. The program was in charge of the girls' club. Mrs. N. I. Fed. Savs. & Loan Share Accounts Bring Reg. Income Investment Share Accounts Issued by Federal Savings and Loan Associations have a special appeal to persons interested in Investment of funds for regular income. The~plan la designed for lump-sum investments in amounts of $100. $500, or $1,090, or in any other multiple of 1100. Dividends upon such investment accounts are payable in cash semiannually. The dividend rate is dependent upon the net earnings of the association and varies according to locality and general business conditions, but usually ranges between 3 r ,i and 4'.t. Security of Principal and Income An Investment Share Account in a Federal Savings and Loan Association represents a desirable security for any investor who wishes to realize an attractive rate of income upon his capital, free from speculative hazards. Money so invested Is loaned by the Association to home owners of tha community on the security of conservative first mortgages on their property, principally upon homes. Experience has proved that this form of security stands unsurpassed as a sound investment. These Investment Share Accounts are not subject to market fluctuations and are redeemable in caah by each association according to charter provisions. They are issued in Certificate or book form, and may be purchased in units of $100. Share Accounts of Federal Hav- ings and Loan Asociations are legal for investment of Trust Funds in many of the states. A Unlquf Institution Federal Havings and Loan Associations arc mutual thrift and home- financing institutions, chartered by the Federal Government under an Act of Congress. They afford a number of advantages which are not presented in any other single form of investment institution. Every Federal association must be a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank System and must qualify for insurance of its accounts. According to the Act of Congress, which authorizes the chartering of Federal associations, they may be employed as fiscal agents of the United States Government when so designated by the Treasurer of the United States. Insurance fur Your IiivesUnent Investment Share Accounts art protected against possible loss by insurance up to $f>.000, for each individual investor, by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Cojjora- tion, an instrumentality of the United State.-i Government. A Federal Savings and Loan Association is a mutual, local thrift institution based on sound, time tested financial principles. It is operated under Federal Cha tructlon crew and may locate in x>s Angelea. Cora and Elnorn. Rlstau. regls- ered nurses at the Hampton and ilason City hospitals respectively, spent last week at Max Meyer's, ""hey are daughters of the Conrad Ristaus, Ventura. Emma and Lorraine Eustace, 'lear Lake, are spending the week vith their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider. Marjory La ''nrte. Fort Dodge. Is with her crmndparents, Mr. and Mrs. S R, Baker. Guest, of Mrs. Geo. Tlede Friday were Mrs. Dudley Harris and three children, Tampa, Fla. The children's colored "mammy" also came with them. Jean Mosher went to Central City with them for a visit. Mrs. Phillip Balllle and two children came from East Molina Thursday to visit Mrs. Jennie Lev- ler and to take home Mrs. Balllle's mother, Mrs. Sue Rollins, who has been here for some time. Jacqueline f'onoway spent the two weeks working for i picture company in the north part of Iowa. This is the Ramp company lienona Ne«l is employed by. Mrs. Wayne Dornhur^er and daughter Peggy spent lu:u week at I). II. Wermerson's. Carmen Wer- nier.son went home wi'h her to Sioux Falls for a visit. Mrs. Mae Spooner and Maynard Spooner were in Lu Verne Monday. Mrs. H. ('. Ailen accmupan- ied them home to Fort DotlKe for a short visit. Mrs. Mary Peitzke and brother, I'. G. Russell, Clark S. I)., accompanied the Geo. DieUels, Spencer, to a Peluke family reunion at I'leur Lake. Arthur Sat re. Itockford, 111., is a KUest at F. <'. Friumeier's. Mrs. K. A. Schriitdcr. Cedar Falls, U visiting at her dau^ht.^r Mrs. Itay Stone's. Dorothy Downing spent lunt week ut Ames at the 4-H club ctm- Morness and children, Doris and Marvin, visited Margaret Morness In Chicago a cay or two last week. Mrs. K. J. Smith and daughter, Mary Ann. spent last week at King sley. visiting Mrs. Smith's mothn Mrs. Little. E. O. Chlpman and Mrs. Lillia Sheldon were Mason ysiot Ctii Sheldon were Mason City visitor last week Tuesday. Supt. Condit Bowie fished at Splr it Lake last week Tuesday an landed a 13'i pound northern piki measuring 37 inches in length. Mrs. Louise Schmidt spent las week with Emma Thaves at Lak ota, while the letter's sister was in the hospital at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine am Mrs. H. Schau and son, Charles Chicago spent the week end with relatives at and near Willmar Minn. Mrs. Emil Jahr, Marcus, caine on Wednesday to attend the funeral o: her nephew, Henry Ewoldt. Jr. Shi visited with her mother, Mrs. Trinn Wiese. The Rev. Edward Fandel, Rem sen, and his mother, Mrs. M. W Fandel. and Mrs. Herman Fande of Whittemore spent Thursday evening at the Art Fandel home. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet Wednesday afternoon June 29, at the church. The hostesses will be Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks Mrs. G. C. Giddings and Marie Groer. Curtis Holding and Joe Higginf were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday where Mr. Holding consulted a specialist about his arm, which has been giving him serious trouble for many weeks. Muriel Hohenshell, who had been spending a couple of weeks here with her friend, Mary Jean McDonald, left Tuesday for her home at Ames. Mary Jean went home with her. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow and F. O. Stow were dinner guests Thursday at the Chas. Phelps home near Titonka. Their slater, Mrs. Laura Paine of California, was also a guest. Mrs. Paine is returning to California soon. L. R. Daniels has received word of the birth of a granddaughter, on Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Freid Beitz of Lake Crystal, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Beitz also have a year old son. who is here at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Augusta Beitz. Mr?. G. W. Schenck and daughter, Lorraine, Arcado, Calif., arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. Schenck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Paine. On the way here they stopped off at Omaha for a few days with Mrs. Schenck's brothers, Me.-- wyn and Edward. Beada Kollasch and Oriole Brooke :ook Lorraine Kollasch to Boone Thursday and from there she return- id to Des Moines to resume her work at the Lutheran hospital. She lad spent a three weeks' vacation with her parents. Beada Kollasch returned to her work at Des Moines Sunday. SUSIE—by Edith Swanson Exclusive!? each week in The Algona Upper Des Moinea KNOW If YOU WENT oueta TO CAU. ON Hen ooo- SMOKY-AHB HAPPEN CO TO8C THB Dour V6w OAfte toueer ueiNS- t^g, A COUPLE \T WOULD BE AVUTUt EASY FO* VOW AND SMOKY TO KINOM err A FEVJ COOKIE* WHEN NO; BODY Vl/« S LOOKIN MAWINfr .SOME SWEU. COCMI6S OUT SHE SAID I COOUON'T HAVE, ANY/ THE TEN YEARS AGO vent ion, rfcpn»st-ritative or the rihriman Shiners. The Jiei'. Harvey \elcon Is MU-iKlint: the wei-k at Iitdiiinolu, when- a college for ministers is lieni;-' conducted. Mi's. I'. K. Griffith and children, Nif hola.^villf, Ky., arrived Satur- ciav fur a week at the parental H. K. Kocur:! home. KMhi r I)<-<trch*, Ali-'ona. w.t.s a iruett at tin- John I'hillips home the latter part of the w^e't. Dori.s DoolittJf and Jo.i. Sander*, \Veh.-ier City, were Sunday fue.-ts at G. A. Eci.'lest(jn'«. Itr. and Mrs. J. K. Schultz. Pella. were over-Sunday guests at J. S. ShulU't. Union Visitors At Fairmont Report Heavy Rainstorm Union: Mr anil Mrs Claire Winkle. Mrs. Earl Miller and Mr. and Mrh. Louis Bode anil daughter. Joan, spent iitat Thursday at Fairmont. It stormed hard riiuugh to lay the oats fiat. Water was running in torn-iiu eveiy when-. A railway viaduct jusi south of Blue Earth about 4 p m. was impassable due to water over the highway. A truck had bt-cj) stalled with water up to the headlights. Traffic was detour- ter and under strict Federal super- ed. The worst of the storm cent- vi»ion. It offers a safe investment for th.- fuuds with a reasonable rate of return. Its funds are loaned to home own«n, secured by sound first mortgages on their property. All Share Accounts are non-asses- cable and no repurchase or withdrawal fees of any kind may be charged. IU accounts arc checked and verified twice annually- once by the Federal Examiners and once by- qualified Public Accountants All officers and employees are adequately bonded. JMk for folder about Savings Share Account*—the ea*y way to system- ati'. 1 thrift.—Adv. ered aruunil Blue Earth. Joe Krieps is driving a new Buick automobile. The (Jeo. Boevers home is receiving a new coat of paint. Billy Lamuth is spending this week with his cousin, Robert Bode. The heavy rain Friday evening wus greatly appreciated, although the wind blew Jown much of the outs. The gardens were in need of moisture. Mr.s Jessie Miller entertained the Buh.v Bee i-lub at her home lust Friday afternoon. Jt wa:, a meeting with the young folks in charge of tin; program. let cream and cake wai served Lott* Creek 4-H Club Meet At Meine Home Lotts Creek : The Letts Creek Lassies 4-H club met Tuesday afternoon at the Ruth Meine home. Phyllis (iengler gave a talk on the "Care of Teeth" and Marian Hintz gave a talk about Stephen Foster. Some of the girls sang "Whispering Hope." Visitors were Lucille Meyer, Mildred and Lorna Faulstich, Carol and Marian Jackman and Esther Kading of Lotts Creek, Helen Peril of Fenton and Arlene Bast of Algona. Anna Mae Butler was also a visitor and was taken in as a member. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be held at the Elda Haack home. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner drove to Dts Moines Thursday to consult a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes attended a family reunion at Ruthven. Sunday. Quite a few from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Bruhn at Fairville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family were Wednesday evening visitors at the Ed Lieb home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Enrest Ro.i- eisen of Fentoan to Mason City on Tuesday. They returned home Wednesday. The young people's society of Lotts Creek had a wiener roast in the Call State Park at Algnoa re- Games were played, and and marshmallows were Charles B. Barry, one of Algona'* most prominent and widely known business men, had died suddenly in a hospital at Bemidji, Minnesota from tetanus poisoning, which resulted from a fish hook wound. * * * Improvements had been under way on the Ambrose Call State park. A fine shelter-house, thirty-six by twenty-eight feet, with a twelve foot porch on all sides with a court, which would give sixty- eight feet under cover. A large space was to be set aside for parking cars. A new well was being drilled on top of the hill close to the shelter house by Mr. Stoner. A large bronze tablet was to be placed near the shelter house, giv ing a brief history of the park as being the location of the first cabin erected by the Calls, the first settlers In this part of Iowa. * * * James Murtagh, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, had come home for the marriage of his sister. Helen Murtagh to Theo. Hutchison, and had returned to Davenport the next day. James had started a month previous in an old Ford car to demonstrate aluminum kitchen ware in Illinois. When he had arrived in his territory he had found that someone had been before him and James had been left looking for a job. He had gone to a number of Illinois cities without success, but finally had landed a good job with the White Sewing Machine company at Davenport, where he was to be employed for the summer. James was a capable young man and a hustler. * * * Helen Goederg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders, had her tonsils removed hospital. at the Kcssuth cently. wieners roasted. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meine and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and son, Duane, drove to Algona on Tuesday evening to help Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lieb celebrate their 38th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Rcinhard Lieb and family of Algona were also there. Seneca Boy Runs Nail Into Foot Seneca: Little Gordon Burt had the misfortune of stepping on & nail last Friday. The injury was very painful for several days but H better now. The Business Men's Council ha>] requested that all stores be closed all day the Fourth of July. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon had arrived home from Clear Lake after attending the wedding of their daughter, Dorothy, which had tak en place at Clear Lake. The Trib- ons had a cottage at Algona Beach. * * * The dally vacation Bible school of the Baptist church had opened and waa to continue every day of. the week. It was to close with a demonstration entertainment In the church. The school was to be conducted by Eunice Pearson assisted >y Elizabeth Webster and Dorothy Samson. * * # Minnie 3. Coate had left for Atas- :adero, California, for a month .vith friends. She expected to stop at various places of interest and eturn about the middle of August. ' * • # Margaret Middleton and Mariani latt of Eagle Grove had come up rom Eagle Grove to make a week's isit at the home of her aunt Mrs I. C. Rice. Andrew Begtenlrhnrr wan upeml- ng the week visiting relatives t Algona. and with his brother, ""rank at Whittemore. Mr. Best- nlehner had left Algona a num- er of years ago and was then in drug business. He had thought hat there were many changes in Igona since he had left. * • • Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer had return- d from Minneapolis where he had een attending the annual meeting of the American Medical Association for a week. * * • Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbttt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz. and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel had gone to Little Boy Lake, Minnesota, where they were to spend a week fishing. * * • Hrirn Frankl, U year old __..„ of Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl had been taken to the Kossuth hospital and had her appendix removed. Gerald Stillman, Helmuth Miller, Gaylord Shumway and wife. Luke Linnan and W. B. Quarton had spent the week end at Lake Okoboji where they had attended the fifth annual lawyer's chautauqua which had been in session at Crescent Inn. * v • JVIr. and Mrs. Frank Vera had visited Blue Earth reatives. TWENTY YEARS AGO Frank H. Met all, another old pioneer of Kossuth county, had passed on to his rewa-d and had been laid to rest in Riverview cemetery. Mr. McCall had lived in Algona for 48 years. Two representative* of the paving company and Mayor Wadsworth had gone over the defective paving on the Algona streets and agreed to fix them in a short time. The paving on State street and on the other streets had been in bad condition. The surface had been full of holes and from one end to the other had needed much repair. This paving had been guaranteed for five years, and had gone wrong the first year. July 4th wa» to be the patriotic day ever seen in northern Iowa. The celebration was to be at Algona. and the same committee was in charge that had been in charge when tl u first contingent of soldiers had gone. There was to be a parade, patriotic addresses, a big pageant, bands were to play. a/id other big events to be held at the fair grounds. The oldest dry Algona, the Chrischijles »t«rc in & Herbal store, was to begin to remodel their store front and interior. * * • Arrangements had been made whereby merchants in every town in the county were to sell war savings and thrift stamps. « « • William Lehman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lehman, who resided on a farm near Whittemore. hatj drowned. He had been swimming with four other young men in a dredge ditch. The water had been deep and very cold. • * * Howard French, son of .Mr. and Mrs. S. B. French, and Grace Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Perry, had been quietly wedded at the Congregational parsonage by Rev. J. J. Jones. After a short wedding trip they were to be at home in Titonka. * * • Mrs. Charlie Taylor and daughter, Grace, and Mrs. Roswell had returned after a week's visit at Milford. • » • Melzar Falkenhainer, Rnssel and Arthur Sorensen. Fred Ryan, Wendell French, and Lyle Mathes had spent Sunday at Clear Lake. • * * Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas had gone :o Chicago for a visit with her sister, Yarda Nelson, a trained nurse. • * * Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lindsey had motored to Spencer to visit relatives and friends. * * • Myrtle Tnrnbaugh had (tone tn Mission. Texas, to look after her real estate interests there. She had expected to be gone about six weeks. * * * The people on North Thorlng- ton had been aroused one night when a car had come speeding across the Milwaukee track and up the hill When the car had reached the top of the hill it had backed down again and had tric.1 to climb the bank in front of Chris Heise home. It had gone up about seven or eight feet. An electric light pole had saved the car from rolling over. The driver, who was thought to have been an Algona man, had gone to the Lamuth garage for help. The car had keen pulled into town that night. Louise Wadleigh Has Thirteenth Birthday Lu Verne: Louise Wadleigh, 13 years old June 22. was hostess to a_group of her school frends from that evening, present and Mrs. Wadleigh assisted her daughter in serving refreshments. Florence Hof went to Newton on Wednesday to attend the Iowa convention of Cemetery Associations She is president of the local organization. The Methodist Ladies' Aid in meeting tomorrow at the town hall with Mesdames Grant Henderson, Phil Henderson, Harry Lichty and Frank Sanford as hostesses. Beverly and Cecil Mason, who had been visiting here from Corwith. went to Ledyard Thursday and spent the rest of the week with the George Thompsons. Mrs. Thompson is their aunt. Jennie Mason was able to come home from a Ft. Dodge hospital Tuesday and is recovering from an operation she underwent while there. Her cousin, Mrs. Jas. Zwiefel, Corwith, came to help care fo' her. The Evangelical Sunday School had their annual picnic at the Renwick Park last week Tuesday. There was a good crowd and the usual program of baseball games, visiting and enjoying the day with a picnic dinner at noon, was followed out. Regina Laubenthal was hostess to the Sherman Shiners 4-H club at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. There were seven members and two guests present. Dorothy Downing gave a report of her experiences at the convention at Amea and Louise Wadleigh gave a talk on Flower Vases. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Midkitt and baby have left for their home in Iowa City. The parents went on e trip through some western states while the child stayed with its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Barton. Feme Barton has also returned to her work as a nurse in Sioux City after a vacation at home. Methodist Bible School Has Picnic West Bend: The daily vacation Bible school members of the Methodist church enjoyed a picnic on Friday at the George Jacobs farm. Needless to say the children enjoyed the day and the eats. Algona at a party There were fifteen Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4403 in District Court, March term, 1838. To All Whom It May Concern: Your are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Frances E. Benschoter, Deceased, dated April 18, 1936, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 18th day of July, 1938, 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, June 20, 1938. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon and LJnnai. attys. 25-27 Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, Thursday, June 16, 1938—The City Council met in adjourned session at the City Hall. Mayor Specht and the following councilmen were present, Harris, Kohlhaas, Overmyer and Huenhold. Absent, Hawcott and White. A motion was made and carried that cigarette licenses be granted to the following—providing all cigarette vending machines be abandoned: J. F. Behlmer, R. L. Robin» ault, G. A. Wittkopf, Floyd E. Pierce, Algona Hotel, John F. Beiser, Edwin V. Johnson, H. S. Beatty, B. A. Galbraith, W. A. Barry, Anderson'* Cafe, K. D. James, Fred Jacobs, Mrs. C. T. Wilson, G. R Cook, Carl Dahlhauser and H. T. Barker. The following beer permits were renewed: Algona Hotel, John F.j Beiser. Matt Selzer, Edwin Johnson, B. A. Galbralth, W. A. Barry, G. R. Cook, Carl Dahlhauser. The following Bills were allowed. Appropriating Ordinance No. 478 ' ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 97.50 Leo Bellock salary 70.00 F. C. Dalley, salary 70.00 Tom Halpln, salary 67.50 Walter Gorman, salary 67.50 H. E. Stephenson, salary 65.00 R. S. Barton, salary 65.00 C. C. Wright, salary 4250 Adah Carlson, salary 70.00 Ernst Thiel, labor * 23.75 Harold Roth, labor 79.20 Wayne Stephenson, labor ,\... 65.70 Joe Kelly, Jr., labor 54.RO Cocony Oil Co., mdse 348.R3 Shell Petro. Co., dist 746.75 Milwaukee Ry., freight 477.62 H. W. Post, freight 28.86 Ry. Express Agcy, express .... 13.17 John Helmers et al, labor .... 481.30 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 37.50 Harry Barton, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 65.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 55.00 Clerk of Court, fees , 49.35 Ryner Helmers et al, labor .... 25.70 H. W. Post frt 6.69 GENERAL FUND R. W. Van Alstyne, salary .... 61.00 Arthur Moulds, salary 55.00 Cecil McGlnnis, salary 50.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 70.09 E. Skllllng, labor .................... 107.80 Willard Gregson, labor ............ 94.71 Geo. Gunder, labor ................ 58.52 F. Skllllng, labor ................... . 49.6T Oliver Bakken, labor ............ 61.20 John Helmers, labor ................ 46.97 Herman Lyons, labor ................ 3850 Chas. Harvey, labor ................ 35.0* Spear 1 & McVay. labor ............. 4620 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary .................... 15.00 Ryner Helmers et al, labor .. 70.02 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND C. C. Wright, salary ............ 22.50 Earl Bowman, labor ................ 79.20 Ralph Elbert, expense ............ 14.00 SWIMMING POOL, FUND E. Skilling, labor .................... 7.70 Willard Gregson, labor ............ 7.70 Geo. Gunder, labor .................... 3.85 F. Skflltng, labor .................... 10.01 Oliver Bakken, labor ................ 17.33 John Helmers, labor ................ 3.8S Herman Lyons, labor ................ 6.1tt Chas. Harvey, labor ................ 13.88 Curtis Chapln et al, labor .... 9.5S H. W. Post, freight ................ 5.95 DEPOSIT FUND O. a Reiley et al, refund .... 35.00 Passed and approved this 16th day of June, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. What Woman Saved $ 14.85 on Her Budget Last Month? • What Smart Young Lady is Stretching TKe Household Grocery Budget 30% Further? • What Housewife is buying "Two-for-one" Whenever the Opportunity Arises? • What man is noticing how good things taste, how well his wife manages things? WHO is tins thrift-wise housekeeper She may live around the corner from you. She may be one of your very best friends. If so, you've often envied her knack of serving such grand "company dinner when her husband, you suspect, makes less than yours. Sh*,. is the woman who always "looks well" despite budget hindrances and expenses of keeping the children in school. She is the woman . who reads the Algona Upper Des Moines Ads regularly. THE knows every day what choice items are selling for less monev u hhe know where to buy them. And she does— Because She Beads Before She Shops! A thrifty person, she actually buys more better-quality than some of her friends who spend more mon- rCONOMISTS tell us that the advertised merchandise costs less *• because of volume turnover. That merchants who advertise sell more, and can therefore sell for less without sacrificing quality i another known and proven fact 4uamy, is SHOPPING THRU THE ADS SAVES MANY TIMES A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION PRICE TO THE Algona Upper Des Moines 3,400 Circulation Covering Kossuth County Like the Morning Dew "Kossuth County's Pioneer Newspaper"

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