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the Algona XTpper Des Moines, Algona, loWa, Sept. 13,1938 North East Kossuth News Titonka Host to Christian Education Group in County rrjlOHnft* TlIC ftoSKllth f^nMHttr T t* ttr « > • . .. ... . . . . .- . ji • i»- _ The Kossuth County ChHstiu) Education group met for an all day convention In the Methodist church here Tuesday, Sept 13. Registration started at 9 o'clock and at 9:15 there was a praise and prayer service directed by the Rev. W. I* Patterson. O. O. Herbrcht of Des Moines presented "Bible Values in the Modern Day" at 9:15 and at 9:50 those present divided into conference groups with the following presiding: Mrs. Will Weisbrod, Fen ton; Mrs, J. A. Schwartz, Fenton; Mrs. forum. At 11 J. H. Warburton, Lakota; the Rev. Calvin Schnucker, Titonka; the Rev. G. J. Walter-man, Fenton; and O. G. Herbrecht conducted an open o'clock there was a reassembling of the group in the church to her the secretary's report, a vocal solo by Mrs. C. A. Hoon, an address by Miss Hulda Frltzemeyer, the subject being "The Program of Christian Education Demands Our Best". Following this talk, committees were appointed and adjournment was taken for the noon time dinner which was served by. the Ladies' Aid. The afternoon session strted at one o'clock, opening with a prayer service by the Rev. Speicher of Hurt. Then followed the report of committees, the report of the national convention which was held at Columbus, Ohio. This was given by the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey of Swea City. The last number on the program was the presentation of "Some of the Great Christian Movements In the Present Day" by O. G. Herbrecht. Adjournment was made at four o'clock. LAKOTABOYDIES AFTER OPERATION Lakota: Funeral services were held Saturday In the Bancroft Swedish Lutheran church for Arthur Paulon, 20 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Paulson, southwest ot town. He underwent an operation for ruptured appendix at the But- falo Center hospital early last week and though In a critical condition hopes -were held for MB recovery but he took a turn for the worse last •week Wednesday morning and passed away that night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder left last week for a vacation, ash- ing In HIT-hern Mlnrmsota. Mrs. R. L. Williams as hostess to the Acorn club Thursday for the first meeting following the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson had as guests part of last week. Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ballard of West "On I on. The Rev. Gerald Ukena and fam lly. Jesup. Iowa, and Norman Frer- hVng, "Dubutjue, spent several days last week with the Rev. Frerklngs. Mrs. Lou Nltz enjoyed a surprise party last week Monday afternoon In celebration of her birthday. Several out of town relatives were among the guests. Little Jnnr \Vnrbt;- v r:>. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Warburton, Chicago, Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warburton. Her parents are expected this week and she will return home with them. Mrs. Ralph Farr and children of Spencer came the first of last wesk to visit her sister. Mrs. Earl Gr>»- bau. Later In the week both women left for Lime Springs to spend a few days with their father, Albert Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hans. Sr.. enjoyed having several of their out of state children visit them last week. They were the Hugo Hans of Rockford. 111., the Carl Zollers of Brlce- lyn. Minn., and the Albert Hans of Wilmar. Minn. Several Lincoln township women were hostesses to the Ledyard •township project women at the home of Mrs. Gust Koppen, Friday afternoon and about 50 women were present. Following the business meeting a program of group singing was enjoyed. Frank Schroeder, who Is employed In the C. R. Smith & Co., store left last week Monday for Gltndalc, Calif., where he will help pack household goods and bring his family here where they will live In the home recently vacated by the Dr. Geilenfeldt family. Dr. Geilenfeldt took his wife and two sons and Arlene Koppen to Algona last week Wednesday morning where they took a bus to Manhattan, Kansas, to spend a month visit- Ing Mrs. Geilenfeldt's parents. Mrs. Geilenfeldt suffers with hay fever here so will stay in Kansas until after a frost. Edith Swanson Exclusively each week in The Algona Upper DesMolne* AND HE NO/-ANO WHEW I SAlt> WHY. HE. SAID BECAUSE HE WASN'T ONE OF THE StXTY FAMltlES ' AMD WHEM « SAID WHAT WAS THE, SIXTY FAMwies, Ht SA'ID THEfet feee Sirrr . FAMlUtS THPT 'U.ED ..It Mt»N*r IN THE. So i iftio "WELL MAKES IT ALL, SIMPLE, .'-vou JUST wrat-r E. TO THE GOVERNMENT AMO TELL THSM WE'D JUST A> SOON BE. THE. .SIXTY- FIRST FAMILY / AND THEM I ^PT', ••('/ COUl-0 HAVE. \^^^fTy^ THR TRICYCtE- Mr*. Pruisman, Sr., Titonka, in Hospital Titonka: Mrs. Frank Pruisman, Sr., was taken to the hospital at Algona Thursday for treatment. Last spring she fell In the Heise building at Algona and broke her hip, and after being In the hospital for several weeks, returned home and bad gradually learned to walk again, making a remarkable recovery for one of her advanced years. She has now developed a skin condition which has made hospitalization necessary. Douglas Patterson left Tuesday for Ames to resume his school work. Miss Ida Sachau, who teaahes at Kanawha spent the week end with her parents, the John Sachaus. Miss Lela Peterson was sick and unable to attend to her clerking duties at the Downs store Saturday. Miss Nellie Nelson visited her sister. Miss Julia and brothers, Albert and George, from Friday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larson of Clinton, came Friday to visit over Sunday with Mrs. M. Chrlstensen, south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon and son, Verne*, drove to Minnesota points, leaving Thursday and returning Saturday evening. While they were away they visited former neighbors at Zimmerman^ Mr. and Mrs. Anton Janssen and daughters, Grace and .Daisy, Gilmore City, arrived Saturday afternoon for a week end visit with Mrs. Janssen's uncle, George Meyer, and with various cousins in the community. Miss Ruth Miller, cashier of the Tyke theatre, spent last week on a vacation trip. She first visited her sister, Hazel, who-is a nurse at Oskaloosa, and then went to Mason City to visit a few days with her aunt and friends. LEDYARD CHURCH ELECTS OFFICERS Ledyard: A Sunday School board meeting was held In the church on Tuesday evening. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows: Superintendent, George Thompson; assistant superintendent, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke; secretary, Kathleen Reece; assistant secretary, Jean Gable; treasurer, Mrs. D. B. Mayer; Librarian, Marvel Halverson; assistant librarian, Marjorie Mayer and pianist, Mrs. H. Frey. A change was made In supplies and new ones ordered for the coming year. The Womans Foreign Missionary society met in the church Friday evening for a short buiness meeting. Officers were all reelected as follows: president, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke; vice president, Mrs. Joe Mayne; secretary, Mrs. D. B. Mayer; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Knoner. Mite boxes were collected and were opened. Ledyard Children III Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf were in Bancroft on Tuesday consulting a physician about their children who are 111 with the summer flu. Teacher Returns Miss Dorothy Stoflet, home economics teacher, arrived Wednesday several days after school had begun, after finishing her summer's work as hostess in the Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. Miss Stoflet went to her home in Cedar Rapids over the week end as she had come td Ledyard direct from Kentucky Roy Wentworth accompanied the Frank Bauer family of Swea'Cltj to the Minnesota state fair on Thursday. Dinner guests at the Ella Gelhaus home on Thursday were Mr and Mrs. L. R. Engelbarts and family of Malcolm, the Otto Engel barts family, Mrs. Mary Poppe, the Wm. Poppe family, Mr. and Mrs Henry Blome, George Hagge and the L. D. Maynes. Lakotans on Vacation Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Alberi Weaver and Mr. and Mrs. A. T Buckets left Thursday morning for a trip west. They planned to visit the Black Hills, Yellowstone Park and other points of Interest on their way to Washington and Oregon They will be gone two weeks. iMffliniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin PROTECT YOUR CREDIT The Algona Credit Bureau is about to request a report from member business firms. No member desires to make an adverse report on any customer. In order to spare merchants the necessity of reporting overdue accounts, please pay promptly all bills which may be due. Algona Credit Bureau TITONKA BEE MEN HONORED AT FAIR Titonka: L. G. Gartner and son, Harold, ace bee men of this community, had an extensive exhibit at the State Fair last week. They were awarded first place on the entry, "A Window Display for Most Value In Advertising Honey." This is the most coveted award offered exhibitors as well as being worth ;he most money. The Gartners scored second on an observation hive of Italian bees and in addition received seven other placlngs for various displays of honey and wax. They have marketed several tons of honey so far this season and have colonies of bees at numerous "bee yards" in the county. Early In the season :he flow of honey almost stopped because of damp, cold weather. There was a period at that time In which it was necessary to feed the bees. Feeding bees takes much of the profit out of the business as so much sugar has to be purchased. Mr. Gartner started raising bees as an avocation a number of years aeo when he was pastor of the local Methodist church. He now devotes tils whole time to the business with his son and they find it necessary to have additional help much of the time. Injured Woman Improves Mrs. Carrie Bonacker, who had three vertebra crushed in a car accident several weeks ago, was able to return to her own home the first of the week. She has been staying with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Blnn- chard. since being released from the hospital. She Is wearing a plaster cast which she will have on for three month, but even so, is able to be around now and visit with her friends. Church Raises Fund The Lutheran church held mission services Sunday and after checking the day's collections, they had a fund of $320.45 to contribute to the mission enterprises of the church The auditorium and all available floor space was used Sunday morn ing for the very large crowd. Boy Born to Titonka Folks Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffing ton are the parents of a baby boy their second son, born to them a the home of Mr. Buftlngton's sister Mrs. Elsie Hansen, Saturday night The baby has been named Sidney Clare. John Holtzbauer visited his par ents at Belmond over Sunday. Jean French left Monday to re sume her school work at Columbia Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Briggs of Iron River. Wis., arrived Tuesuny evening (last night, Sept. 6> to visit their grandmother. Mrs. Marial Reynolds nnd uncle. Frank Reynolds. While in the county they will visit relatives at Algona and other places. kola City. lown. The following members were present from Kojrsuth county: CopRrove. Fraser, Helken. Morris. an<l McDonald: Humholdt county: Boothroyd, Hoffman, Severurte, Sawyer, flntt \Veir. Motion by Sawyer, seconded by Boothroyd that McDonnM net ns Chairman of the meeting:. Ayes: All. Motion by Savenide, seconded by Boothroyd that O. H. Johnson and B. P. Klnsey, county Auditory act as secretaries of the meeting. Ayes: All. The minutes of the last meetlns were read and on motion by Boothroyd, seconded by Helken. they we'-e approved. Aye*: All. MotJon by Sawyer, seconded by Morris, that the supplemental report filed by K. J. Smith, Drainage Engineer for H-K Joint District Drain No. be and hereby Is accepted and ap- roved. Ayes: All. Hearing was then had on the petl- ion for the reconstruction of Hum- oldt-Kossuth Joint Drainage District . I. No objections having been fll- d In writing and no one appearing i person to object, motion was made r Hoffman and seconded by Helken, mt the County Auditors of Hum- oldt and Kossuth counties be and re hereby ordered to publish notice or letting of contract, for excavation nd Installation of overflow pipe, and he date of letting be on August 29, " at 2 o'clock p. m. at the Court House In Dakota City, Iowa. Aye*: All. Motion by Helken, seconded by Morris that the meeting adjourn to Aug- jst 29, 1938, «t 2:00 o'clock p. m. Ayes: All W. E. MeTX>rfAL,D. Chairman. S. KINSEY, H. JOHNSON, Secretaries, .«. KIXSEY, H. JOHNSON', Secretaries. Chalrmnn. Auditor's Office, August ». IMS. The Board or Supervisor* of Kosth County, lown, met nt their office at the Court House at Algona, Iowa, on the 2<(th day of August, IMS. nt 10 o'clock a. m., inirsunnt to its resolution entered July 28, IMS. relative to [he consideration of the petition of Humholdt County Rural Ktectrlo cooperative for a franchise over certain highways nnd other pro|verty In Kossuth county, lown. and jmsuant to previous adjournment. The Board was called to order by W. E. MoDonald. Chairman. Roll call wns had showing the following members present: Helken. Cosjrrove, Morris, Fraser, and McDonald, being alt of the members of the Board. The petition of Humboldt County urMil Electric Cooperative for a franchise to construct, operate, and maintain electric transmission lines over, along, and across certain puWlc lands, highways, stream*, and private lands within the County of Kossuth. lown. was taken Board. After all and a full relative to up and examined by the parties had boen heard discussion had been had the franchise petition of Humboldt County Rural Electric Cooperative, It was moved by Fraser and seconded by Cosgrove that the following resolution Just read he passed and adopted: RK IT RK^oi.VVTTi. T»y the n.-r.r.l of Supervisors of Koss»ith Countv, Iowa, that the petition of HumVoldt County Rural HtoctHc Coopernt've of I Humboldt county, asking for a fran- j chlse to ostMillsh, maintain, and oji- lerate a line, or lines, for the transmission, distribution, use nnd wile of electric current outside of cities and town In Kossuth County. Iowa, nnd for such purpose to erect, use and maintain poles, guy wires, towers, rabies, conduits and other fixtures end appliances necessary for conducting electric current for light, hent, or power over, alonp. and across public lands, highways, strenms. or binds of any person, company, or corporation, and to acquire the necessary n-al ep- tnte for su<*h purposes, appearing to be In due form nnd properly executed, proof of notice thereof being on file showing that snld notice giving the routes and termination of the proposed transmission lines was puWish- ed In the Algnnn 1'pper Des Moines, an official newsixiper of general circulation, published at Algona. Iowa, for two consecutive weeks, the last publication being had on August Sth. 1938, all as reiuilred by law, and that this Board has jurisdiction to hear and determine said petition: and set forth and specjfled In the petition and plate thereto annexed. By agreement of all parties It Is excepted from the petition previously published nnd now one file In the office of the County Auditor, the following: that portion of the highway along the west line of the Northwest Quarter fNWy) of Pectlon Sixteen (111. Township Ninety-seven North (P7N'> Rnnee Twenty-seyn West (27W1 of ihp Fifth r. M. Kosmith County. Inwn, now oeruple'l by th» Interstate Power Company, n distance of nppraxlmntoly five smns: also excepting the following: beginning at the southwest corner of Section Two, Township Ninety-seven North, Ftflnsr« 27 West of the Fifth P. M., KosFuth county, lown, thenre east on f hc smith line of the said section two, a distance of approximately one-half of B mile. RK IT FI'RTHF.R RESOT.Vl-jr*, That snld petition be. and the same Is hereby approved and granted, and! that the" Chnlrmnn and Clerk of this) Board under the sonl of said Coumy. shatl Issue to the Hnmtwildt County Rural Klectrlc Cooperative a franchise as prayed covering the routes) with the pfate and engineering specifications as required by law, anrt that had upon the adoption of said resolutions, the result of the roll c»M being na follows: The foregoing resolutions belnK read before the Board, roll call was Those voting Aye were: HelKen. Cosgrove, Morris, Fraser, and Me- Doitald. being all of the mernbwfl or the Board. Those voting Nay were: None. Thereupon the resolutions were declared adopted. _ W. E. McDONAT,D, Chairman Board of Supptvisor* Kossuth County, Iowa. Attest: E. B. KTNHRY, County Auditor KoMUtfJ County Iowa. BD. PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Offlc-. August 31, 3M>. y.OO O'clock a. m. Hoards of Sli|iiTVisi>!-s of Ki>a.«ulh county mtt p!ir»ir:uit lo adjournment with nil nn-mi'i-r.- pn-n nt. Motion by Hflkcn and seconded by Morris that the following record entry for IH'ls bu<l£*-t be maile aw follows: UK IT 'BJOMKMHETiKD: That nil th llth day of August ,!!'.>. tin- Cnuii- tv Board "f Hup»-rvi«t»r*. "f Kne.suth County, Iowa, nn-t In »-*.-lnn fur Ox- riKjM- of a fH-arinj? upon th'' Nml^vt estlimttf us fixctl liy th<' Hoard. ln-iv wa* prttriit a quorum a* required 1»s' law. hi-r.-ui'.in the Rnar<1 lnv«-Ml;--,u<-d anil fiiund that the nutlet- of tin).- iu.l I'hiCH of ht-.irlim h;tt, acc.n-.iinK t" !a .v nn.l an dir.-cti-d by thi- I'.u.ir.l. IM-.-II Milili.-luil mi th.- -jiith day uf Julv, V.'.'l\ ill th*- K.'*«uth I'ounty .\ilvan.-f. n the >th .lay of July. ln:>. in the .Mtruna I'pj.er I.es M.iin.->. an.l mi tlie -Tth day of July. l!«h in tin- liancrnt't KlMer. official Il'-ivs|u|.e>-s ill >aiil rmuiiy, un.t that th.- affidavits ..f Micatlun^ thereof Were "ii file with the County Auditor. Thereafter an-l on sai-1 day the •--.•+- timate was taken up ami t-i.nt-i.l.-ie.l an.l taxjrayer.* hear.l for ami against £a1*l estimate. No objections filed, and no tax j-ay- fcr» present. Thereafter and after hearing all taxpayer* deaij-iinf to be heanl, tin- Board took U|> the estimate for final consideration an.l after beinjf fully advised, the Board determined that Id estimate he corrected and completed so that wheti completed it should be in words and figures ^s stated herein. The chairman of the Board and the County Auditor were thereupon directed to properly certify the estimate and to file same In the office of the County Auditor at» required by law. U S. KIXSEY. County Auditor. w. E. MCDONALD, Chairman. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Fraser that a pauper notice i.e served on Henry Helmere and family and Mrs. Hettit Spuing and family. Ayes: All. Motion by Coaiirove and seennded by Heiken that Clias. K ChuU> be appointed as Knsineer on Drainuse District N'o. IS. A yen: All. Motion by Fraser arul seconded by Morris that Cositrove make iK-o-tsar.v repairs on Drainage District No. M. Ayes: All. Motion by Coagrove and second-u by Heiken that Kraser make necessary repairs on DiiUnage District No. l'.!8. Ayes: All. M.>tlun by Cosurove and eet-on-leJ by Morris that HtMUeii make ue.••-«- sary repairs on Dialnafc'e District No. 4 and No. 3. A>•«•»: All. Motion by Morris an.l seconded by Fraser that Mcl'onalil make neo-s- aaj-y rel»airs on Drainage District No. fel. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken an.l seconded by Cosurove that there bein),' no further buslne.** ut this time the r.oard a<j- Journ to Call of the Auditor. Ayes: A ' E. S. KINSEV, County Auditor. H.-K. JOINT DISTRICT URAIN NO. 1 four* House, Dakota city. Iowa. August 11. !!««. The Boards of Supervisors of Hum- buldt and Kossuth co'Jntlea met In Joint seasJon on Au«u»t 11, 1!'3>. at 2 o'clock p. m.. pursuant to adjourned meetliiB held July 6. VUk. saJd meetiriB beiwf had at the Court House In Du.- HUMBOLDT KOS5TTH COUNTIES IjTNE ROAD Court House, Dakota City, Iowa. August 11, 1938. :00 Ocloek P. M. The Boards of Supervisors of Hum- >oldt and Kosmith counties met In olnt session athe Call of the Auditors on August Jl, 193S, at the Court House n Dakota City. Jown. The following mem'bers were present from Kossuth county: Morris, Cosgrove. Fraier. Helken, and McDonald; Humboldt county: Boothroyd, Hoffman, Pave- rude. Sawyer, and Weir, and County Auditors Johnson and Klnsey. Motion by Savtrude, seconded by Boothroyd that McDonald act as Chairman of the meeting. Ayes: All. Motion by Eaverude and seconded by Boothroyd that O. H. Johnson and E. s. Klnsey, County Auditors, act c» Secretaries of the meeting. Ayes: All. Motion by Hoffmann and seconded by Fraser that August ». J9SR. nt 1:00 oclock p. m., at the Court House In Dakota City, lown. be set as the date for letting of contract for the construction of County I,lne Ilond between Sections 1, 2, 3, nnd 4, Twp. 93. Range 28, nnd Sections S), W, T». and 30., Twp. 94. Ranee *. nnd the Audi tors of Humboldt nnd Kosnuth Counties be and hereby are ordered to publish notice as provided by law. Avcs: All. Motion by Boothroyd. seconded by Heiken. that the meeting adjourn to Call of the Auditors. Ayes: AH. W. E. MCDONALD. 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