Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1932 · Page 6
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t*l ( FRED K DIES; NEA 0NEER LAKOTA I^kota, July 5 — Frederick Kle- nit one of the, earliest settlers of th«i community, died at his horVie Friday afternoon at 81 years of age. Ho har. not been well for some time but' w»c bedfast , only about d'ne week. . Mr. KJenltn wjis born In Debenke, O«r«Hvi.v February 16, ' 1861, and «arue to America with his parents M l8C9 and settled near Avoca, Wis. In 1871 he was united in marriage So Paulina Rosenau, and 'to this un- ten children were born, to Ramsey, Iowa, in haii «>K Bob will keep bachelor WhM» they Are «tt«e. Mf/^Mt Mrt. Ray dtroud, ot Yorkvllfe, IH., c4rde Sunday and will spend the- Fourth here; MM. Strouds' ihreo children, who. have made their home with their grandparents, the O-ua Steinbergs, will go back with them ttxe last of the week. Mrs. Bert Amelsberg's, mother, Mrs. Mlakelson, of Buffalo Center, la seriously ill, and Mrs. Leslie ICahl, a granddaughter, waa there a . few- days last we4k helping 'care for her. They 1877, making the trip from Wisconsin •with eight other families in covered *>iigons. Mr. Kienitz was a charter foeth'bnr of the local Presbyterian „ church and served as eWer for a '" Camber of years. He leaves his urtdow and three'.sons, .-Wyiiani, T3d- ward, and. Elmer-', of -bakotn., and .•jjjc daughters, Mrs. Minnie Thaves, Ljikola,' Mrs. Paulina Abraham, Bau Claire, Wis.; Tena, Mrs. H. Dirk,-ion. Mar.on City; Anfia. Mra. -Handy, «t. Paul, Minn.; Caroline, Mrs.;W. Thiesnn, .Bancroft; 'Lena,' M~<». Jnmes Smith,' Ledyard. One son, H>>iry, died In. Infancy. Funeral services were held tit the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon with the Rov. Krause, of Woden, in charge. Grrlal was made in Maple 1-IilI cemetery. A. Q. Sinlllis Have Visitors- Mr. a/id Mrs. C. D. Engeldahl, of Wnterioo, ami Mr. Engeldnlil's niece, Nora Bunion, of Mason City, came last .week Tuesday for a few days with the A. Q. Smiths. Mr. EiiKOl- dah-1 Is a nephew of the Smiths. Their -grandson. Barn Julius, and family, oC MorrLs, ; Minn:, came last Wednesday to visit the Smitlis. This Is thfi oniy liviiij;. child o£ their v'la'ighUir and huHlKind. the Andrew .TulUise.s, -s-ho were both burneil to death In their home last winter. The Juliuses Ip.Ct Friday to visit the John Dor.'-burshs at Elmore ami left ,Hor Mra. Ed K.lhl daughter during tier albsence. ;Mr. and Mra. A. Donohue, a former superintendent in the local Pub- lip school, was catling on friends Saturday. 'He Is now head of -a school .for girtw in Kansas. They are spending the summer in a cottage at Clear Lake. E. A. desmans, -Lon Thaves, Bob OlemauH and .Lorraine Smith spent the 'Fourth flahln'ft at Clear Lake. 'Mr. Hansen, who ia an Interne at Iowa City visltt-d with his sister, Mrs. H, H. • Murray part of last \veek. .Charle.M Tutton and went to WUnjK Falls, Thursday and returned Saturday acoompaniraHry Miss Meyer's cousin, .Beulah Re«H(i, who- will visit rela- itiyes hero. I Mrs. J. Hi'Telka.mp's mother, Mrs. Bloom, who broke her hip this spring, in now Former -Su-porlntendont, In Visit — The Vfcrnurd Troupes and 'Bertha Huntor, o,' Aurelia, came a week ago Saturday. to visit tKe Gutktiecht families; of (.a'kota. Mr. Troui>e is a former school superintendewt here and now holds the same position in the consolidated school in Aurelia. The Troupes went home Monday afternoon. fjut Miss Hunter remained for a longer visit, after whioli I-*na and Julia Oatknecht will take her tyome. Fredericks- Former I/akfttan In Mrs. Opal Wheeler, house in a svVu^l chair but will not be able .to walk for aome time yet. jMesd-amoH "W. E. Gutknecht, Robert HamiH.iin, J. Purat, and' Frank Lewis wero : "hoote.-wie8 to the Presbyterian Aid, -.i.nd Herved a 25 cent supper at the ejiurch last Thursday. Mesdamea J". H. Warburton and F. G. Torino drove to Swea City Friday and from there accompanied Mrs. Samuel Wart) ur ton to Estherville, where they spent the day. Mrs. Ray E,Htle.':> LHister, Mrs. Catherine Schaor ;uul son iFred, of Minneapolis, airne Friftay to spend a few daj'H vinltuiK relatives and friends. Mr. a«ui MrU. 'Cl.irence" Olds, of Brady, Tex,, couaina of Mrs. Otto Koppen, were yuesLs of the Koppens last week. Th«y left Sunday for Mallard, whew they will visit relatives. The IP. 'Da.r.90n.H arvl Elsie Larson, of Troy, W. D-., were visitors at Hilmar H,ansen'a 1,-j.Kt v/eelc Saturday. vu ufi. burg, Pl'i., came June 2+ for an extended vis.-l with her daughter, 'Mrs. W. K. -'Ley and other relatives. The Wheelers lived here many years and she has innny frie<«is. N She turn to Piorida In the -late ai MerribsM-fi of the A. B. 'Buckels family ha.va been suffering with an attack of Uu, and have been, quite nick. -Esther Js still in bed. Henry flnnen Is Kenedtck— •Henry, sen of the K. Bnnens north of town, 3-nd Alice Franzen. a .school teacher from Grigley, Minn., were married at Uie bride'3 home. June 17 and 'are now at home with groom's pe-rents. where they ulay-for a vrtiile. A party was given iit -the -Kasens last week, And many neighbors mnd friends attended to congrfttulale the newlyweAs. Main Str*?t to b» Pawed— The 3oot.ii & Olson Paving company from. Sioux City received the the will PICNICS HELD AT GOOD HOPE TO CELEBRATE Good EfoTie. July 5 — This neighborhood ce-lefora-ted the Fourth with picnics and family gatherings. Among the latter waa that of Reid relatives at. Bon. Reid's. AH were there but the Walter Reids, of Des Moines. : Xn ..addition the John Aliens, Racine, Wis., were members of the party, The Aliens are en route to ;Canada for a. viait, and Mr. Allen ds an uncle o^ the Reids. A gathering at the. C. L,. Dittmers Included their children. The James Knolls joined other relatives In a, celebra- tioti at Ir.tecbi.ken. Aftout a hundred pen«m3 picnicked at the \V. Vf. AnnJs fann, occupied by the I>on Moorea. O-wftis .to rain. at noon, tables were set on the porcft and the food served cafeteria style. A lively •brill HURT IN ACCIDENT Wesley, July B—John Welg suf* fered an accident Friday morning which will Incapacitate him for some time. Me was mowing away for the little hay at the Joe Drummer farm south of town, and was using a harpoon fork, when the horses started unexpectedly and he was pushed off the load. Falling head first he put out | his hands to protect his head, and the force of. the fail • fractured the large bone just above his left wrlal, and severely sprained the right wrist. Mr. Weig has been helping his son-in-law since the latter's recent operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Drummer had a similar operation a few weeks before. Vacation School a Success- Ann Meyer The closing program of the vaca- S. D'.,' last tlon Bible school at the Methodist church Sunday morning was . well attended. -Because of the nearness of the Fourth the program hid a patriotic cast. The books of the Bible, the Beatitudes, and many Bible verses and passages were reeled off by the children. A pageant, a missionary playlet, etc., helped to make .the program entertaining. Songs and prayers suited to the several grades were given from memory. Certificates were awarded to those who completed the course and attended the required number of days. The Misses Pearl Steven, Margaret Flom, Erma Ward, and Dorothy Krause were teachers. There was an average attendance of 35, and an enrollment of 39. Hildman at Elco School— •Ed Hildman last week Monday and Tuesday attended a "school" at Des Moines conducted for dealers by the Elco company. This firm puts out ground mixed grains In the form of chicken mash, etc. Mr. Hildman is manager of the farmers' elevator, which has the -firm's products for sale. Mrs. Hildman and her two youngest children accompanied Mr. Hildman, and they visited Mrs. •Hildman's father, Fred Wirth, at Gilbert. Mr. Wirth, who suffered a stroke some months ago, is able to be about with a cane, but has a k*t w friend *h« tenr.* week Tue»d«. Anna Schmidt, and h«V to go about .the heart attack nearly every day. formerly lived near Wesley. He Stolen Candle Stand Foun(I—The metal candle stand stolen from St. Joseph church the nlgftt following Thursday, June 23, was found by A. E. Giddings in a clump 1 of plum bushes near the raih-oadl in east Wesley, last week Tuesday morning. The money .box' had been wrenched off the rod supporting It,, and was missing. But the thieves had left the detachable top of the revolving stand when taking the rest, and with the greater portion of the base restored, the stand can 'be repaired. oontract the. rest of tlia paving afternoon chief among spent at recreations, was a ball game on Lakota's main street ami expect to start work in about a. .week or ten •lays. .They expect to fiaisli by Aug- ugust t. This is tlie«same company that has been working; on No. 9, but .they will v-se a smatler etiuipiuent for this .)</.». Worieyr. Vtalt la -Mason Cltr-4 Mr, ar.'l Mrs. iR. E. iHanwi'ii^t took; between "the kids" and "the dadsv" The latter wero handicapped by being required to- bat one-handed 1 antf with the opposite hand from that ,they normally use. tt was a spec- .tacular a'nd no-isy sa,me. resulting In a, score o£ 23-1.8- in favor of "the kids." There TO.S much "abuse" of the umpire fry "the dads," who felt that his decisions favored their opponents. They tooic their beating like good sports, however. The neighljortiitod ia under deep- obligation to Mig.s A-unia and the SToore* for hospitality. Harneggmnker Moves Store- Jos. T. Meurer, Wesley harness- maker, purchased a building on the south side of main street, and began moving his stock last -week "Wednesday. This was the east one of two adjacent buildings owned by Mrs. Looft, and previously contained her •stock of furniture. The furniture has been sold to Henry Schutter, of •Buffalo Center. Though no longer selling- furniture, Mrs. Looft will continue In the undertaking business. Kttlsholms visit In Michigan— VIggo Kfflsholm and his two little sons started last week Saturday in their ear for Ludington, Mich., where they will visit several weeks Agnes back to Odebolt. They had made an extended vtoit. (Father Wwsllhf returned tost fhursday. Dr. Elson Braley, an Intern* In the university hospital, Iowa City, and his wife are here, to visit his parent*. They will stay two weeks, dividing Bison's vacation of a month between his parents and her'*. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Klunz, Mln* apolls, are here to spend the Fourth with his parents, the Monty. Kun*es. Clare has a state position in Minnesota, with an office in the capltol building. • «, August Klrschbautn, accompanied by a Mr. Rlngland, Des Mblne*, started last Thursday night for Hlnes, 111., where he will enter a government hospital for treatrnent. Mrs. Mary Dahlln, her son Clarence, and daughter, Mrs, .Herbert Swanson, with her two .daughters, are visiting Mrs. Dahllrt's daughter, Mrs. Raymond Hans«n. Mrs. Bertha Skew,',Emrrietsburg, Is visiting, Mra. Peter Skow and the Paulsons. The two Mesdames Skq,w and Mrs. Paulson -were dinner guests at Ole Flom's Friday. Dr. James Adams, Akron, O., came Thursday to Visit his father, Dr. F, L. Adams, find will go with the latter on a vacation trip. August Garman came home Saturday from Kossuth hospital, where he ha* a gall bladder 'operation about three weeks ago. The R. C. Bauers left Saturday for Good Thunder. Minn., to spend Sunday and .the Fourth with his brother Calix. . . ' The Charles Kraus family,'•dr.ov'e Sunday afternoon to Lost Island lake, to camp out over the Fourth. I. W. Lease is reported under the weather, eighties. Mr. Lease ia in his early Ledyard Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden visited Wednesday evening at the Gene Worden home near Elmore. The Rev. P. Sturm left Monday Leon wotden received word «at< iirdaf nltht o f the death of hi* father, J 1 . B. Worden at the Gene Wordert home hear Elmore. Mr. Wdrderi has been suffering for several months from flu and pnetimonla and 'till two weeks ago was in the KpMUth hospital in Algona. Mr. Wordeh.was a resident of Ledyard for many years and leaves many frlenda here-who'Win mourn, his loss. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon in 4h« Methodist .Church in Algorta and burial was made In the cemetery there beside his wife who preceded him In death several years ago. Many from here attend- ed'the funeral. The Methodist .Sunday school will hold their annual picnic At Interlaken Thursday afternoon, July 14. All those planning to go meet at the church at l!30, and bring well-filled baskets; 1 Mr. (vnd Mrs. Wm, Wenzel spent the Fourth at Belmond visiting Mr. Wenzel's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Homaey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Homsey and .family, of Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles for a week's vacation in northern Minnesota.. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gary,- Connie and Thomas spent the week-end In Rochester visiting Mrs. Gary's mother, Mrs. Walsh. Mrs. Otto iRfchter 'and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Orval visited Thursday afternoon in Algona. Minerva Coleman returned with them for a two weeks visit. The 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Arlene Drew, with ten members present. Fern Lewis and Marvel Drew were chosen to- go to the 4-H club camp at Camp Fbster. A lovely lunch was served by the hostess. The -Farm Bureau Social will be elHi at the home of Miss Emma Gutknecht Friday, Jaly S, The La r kota band will furnish music and a picture show will be shown. Ladies are 1 a-sfrai to take cafc« or pie. After the program lunch will be served by the 4-H club girls. Mrsi. Tofm Bishop,. Alice Dunham, Mrs-. D. ' B. Mayer, and 1 Mar- jorle were Fairmont sftbppers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and' Mrs. Cecil Peterson moved Tuesday into the Richa-roTaon house on' mairc street. Mrs. V; A.. Barrett spent the weekend visiting" in- Chester and' Fayette. with the Rev. Eric Baack. Baack is a sister of the late Mrs. Mra. M-s. E. R. Worle-y and Donald .to! Mason City 1n the Worley car last Thursday. The itC-«nq.uists returned the sara? i>ay, but Mrs. Worley and Donald re/.iained for a longer visit with her parents. Mr. W-orley we-nt Baturdaj ovenuiff to spen4. Sunday and .the -Fuurth wifclv the- family. Attend Siwoer* F»mlljr Kcnnlon— The r»3.rr; Reise-ns 'attended the annual St.?r*jfti'g reunion- at i Armstrong last week Sunday, witli '5ft attending. BrV-iupe of tviin the. 'pio.nic dinner wan ftc-id in the dining room of the LutJharan cliurcli. A. program ft businejw meeting wan r, Minn., v/tw chos- 60 Attend S. ft. Ptealc— •T'or a (3un.<^P-. :^;hool week ago picnic a *fc>me 60 persons gatherod at. tatirl-xlcen. for the day. Water roller skating, a merry-go-round, a. toy railroad, and other amusements, in addftfoni to « picnic diun«r and perfect weather, made the day one long to be remembered. The one {"egret wa» that a number of families were unat>l«- to be present. Bashara home. Miss Mary .Lynch came Saturday from Cedar Falls, where .she is attending 'Teachers' college, to spend the Fourth with her parents. Mrs. Robert Gustafson and. son, and Donald Harold and wife, of Albert City, drove to Minneapolis to spend the Fourth; with Mrs. Gustafson's-, mother and brother. Miss Evelyn Anderson came last week Wednesday from Chicago for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson. ;. . Mr. ahd Mrs; c Alvln 'Busch" are mourning the loss of an infant daughter born last week Wednesday morning.' Mrs. John:Blshop, of Exlra, is visiting this week at her brother D. B. Mayer's. ' .,- i ' i "-': • Mr. and Mrs." Roy Link moved ast week Tuesday into the Henry Gray residence, east of town. Mrs. D. B.,Mayer and Marjorle and Alice Dunham returned last week Monday' from' two weeks at Exlra, Anita, and Des Moines. • Mrs. .Robert Johns and son, of iNewton, and Mrs. Frank Redlnger, Des Moines, spent last week with their mother, Mrs. Blanche Jenks. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Worden, of Elmore, visited last Tuesday at Leon Worden's. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ogren, of Mason City, visited last week Tuesday at the George Looft, J. T. and J. A. Welfare homes. Mrs. C. O. Peterson and; children, of Swea City, spent last week Tuesday at (R. ,J. Womack's. Harold Granner, of Renwick, and Genevleve Kitly, of Hardy, spent several days last week at A. E. Lauritzen's. J./T. Welfare is suffering from an infection in his foot. The George Thompson family spent last Thursday In Lu Verne. Air. Thompson stayed to help with the farm work. • Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and sons spent a week ago Sunday And- inf. Mat school AW w» & Anhti«MHfal program wa» given, ahdMttilcltiW kifc«*k|| ' -J * * i f Mft 'and Mr 1 *. Whi, weh««f w* Lakota callers,last ThUrsdaV. L, C. Strand wa* In Swea City last tfhuttday, on huahieM. _ -j>_ LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OS 1 IBTTINO Sealed bids Will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 10 a. m. July 14, 1932, for approximately 42000 Ibs. of structural steel. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured from the office of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa. ' BBRTHA E. JOHNSON; County Auditor. June 28th,' 1932. ' 42-43 NOTICE OF PBOBATE OJ? WILL , No. 3032 State of Iowa, Kbssuth County, ss: In District Court, March Term, 1932. To All Whom It May Concern: ( You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting, to be the. last Will and'-Testament of Peter Jenkins, deceased, dated December 29, 1916, having been this day filed, opened and read the 19th day of July, 1932 Is fixed for hear-; ing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District lourt of said County or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. ot the day above mentioned, all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, If any they have, why sold nstrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said diceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June : 16, 1932. CLARK ORTON, , Clerk of ^District Court By CLARA SCHAAP, Deputy. Qnarton & Miller, Attorneys. 41-43 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF'IOWA, KOSStPTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by vlr- :ue~ of a Special Execution in Attachment directed to me from the !lerftr of the District Court of Kos- sutlV counfy, Iowa, on a judgment renffereu" In said Conrt on the 12th day of April, 1S32, In favor of Mary M. DeVTne, 3T. Nellie DeVine, Regina DteVine, C. V. DeVine, W. B. DeVine anJ L. A. DeVine, as plaintiff, and' against Henry Hoffert and Jtto. Hoffert, as defendants, for the sum of Eight Hundred Twenty-Six and no/100 ,($S2ff.OO) Dollars and costs, taxed' at Sfirty-two and 25/100 ^62.25) Dtollars and accruing costo, I have 1 levietf upon the following described personal property as the property of the sai'd" Henry Hoffert and Etta Hoffert to satisfy said execution, to-wit: About 200 bushels of yellow ear corn In outside wire crib size 4% feet high by 12 feet wide. inO nUUI U& i*v v wvwn «*i day, wtait &VM whete da* win be tjib t *0th3iiy;ijf .jrjifl;jB,jlftla, /Sheriff of k^ossuth:County,;16wa t fcy 'BveVett JU toarrlay biftfuty. 1 , rank S» fjoyritn, >' * t Frank _. —,--„—. Plaintiff* Attorney, 43-44 In Buffalo Center and attended the also about; 200' Bushels of yellow ear Evangelistic meetings being held! corn in wire crib jsize 4^5.feet high there in the Methodist church. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Clifford, Mrs. Robert Johns, Mrs. Frank Red- WANT-ADS BBING RESULTS by 10 feet wide, all corn In corn crib size 32" feet long bjr aborit IB .feet •high being-about 1'500 bushels more or less,. all above property now located on the West Half of Section WbflCE OF To'whom It May Concern! Notice is hereby given that the Algona Co-operative Creahiery Company has renewed and extended its articles of incorporation' for another twenty years frdnf /and beginning April 15th, A. D. 1932.. The name of the said corporation la "Algona Co-operative Crekmery Company," and Its principal place of business Is Algoha, Iowa.' The general nature of the business to be transacted by said cor" poration is; To collect and- manufacture into butter* and''.cheese > the milk belonging to the subscribers to Its capital stock, to purchase, and manufacture milk, cream,, and other dairy, products, eggs • ,and poultry, and sell the same; and buy, ,. own, sell, rent, lease, convey, and mortgage real estate and land and may put In and run for profit and benefit of its stockholders, a feed grinder and feed mill and laundry -with machinery necessary to run the same, and to do whatsoever In the Judgment of the Directors may be necessary to make the aforesaid business successful. The authorized capital stock authorized by this corporation is Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars (•$25,000.00), divided Into 250 shares of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each; with 96 shares actually paid up'in cash; additional shares may be Issued and sold upon . resolution, and in the discretion of the Board of Directors. The time • of commencement, -: of business under these renewed, articles of incorporation is April 15th, 1932, and it shall terminate twenty years from that date. The affairs of . said ; corporation shall be managed by a Board'of five directors, who shall serve until; their successors are elected and qualified; the term of office for .each director shall be three years; if a vacancy occurs In the Board of Directors the same shall be filled by the remaining directors, and a director BO elected shall hold his office until the next annual election. Any three members of the Board of.-Directors, shall constitute a quorum. The .officers of the corporation shall be a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer, and such other officers as to the Board of-'DI- rectors Shall seem necessary, all to be elected a^d appointed by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall not be a member of the Board of Directors. The private property of the stockholders Is, and shall be, exempt from corporate debts. • / ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY, By A, J. KEEN, President. Attest: M. P. Christiansen. Secretary. , 42-45 Board Proceedings was givsv held, and en for t'ns jTieetinfj next Ther-i Bchoo! church Rev. Hoes- 1 ., and s '.'"rek to ft no oiiurcli 'ictts at the or Sunday tiutheran The pastw, the Iti.s congregation invii.o'i to .-it tend tli» -tfttli ordi- 'na.Uon a.Ti wedding annh-ersary of 'the Pvev Stihoenlien at Titonka, ami 'many an.vj.ilod theui«elvev> of the op- •p6r.tuni.ly. Youtlt Hri>b«ii Arm- John Uic'-.na. 19-year-old :-ion of the Will C/kena.:;, has be«n woriciii!,'- with put the dirt; shoulder on No, 9. Friday af- graders o* tlra • n ternoon ji/.st J>efor» tlie- jo4> was finished, 'tis /.''.ll from a wagon onto a pile of roc I-..-; and lifoka h1» arm juat above the 'to rust. Kamphoafiww The -W/jy. O. Here— -FT. Kamphoefner, of Sioux City, representative- of ' the board of and relief af northwe.st lo-wa. conference, preached before W'iiitt.emore and Good Hope audience;-. Himday. William 'fjn»i>t«>w Improiredt — William haa sufficiently recovered u< Ji« j.bl* to drive to John Mo.sej-'s for a.c,-tll one day last week. It wus the first time he had been off hl» farm in six months. Method! ;it Uttia Anoual Ptente— The Ale.1 tiodiiit Aid. and Sunday school hfti<i its aVuiual vlcnlc at Wood's r t -i.}ie, north of £Hmor», last week W«)nosday, and. a)/out 60 attended. Tha weather was i^leal for a picnic, :ifiA th« v0uve ftilks and chlldn'.a enjoyed wuding a.n4 svrioi- ming. Miv'ft J<»l«it Pjurtr — and Rojul Neigh- Tha bors toteJd * party *t tlt*> "Woodlnjan hall BVtcta./. ana * go*i crowd en- spent last €r«i>((>d Hope. An Aid Tn«etmgr- at Mrs. John Iteid'a a, week ..ig-u Thursday brought out a, full reiire.ienGi.tion of the society. Mra Reid was assisted by Mrs. Raymond Reid. The meeting this week will Jie- :U Mrs. Etna Mitchell's Thursday. Beth Anais left laat week Monday -for a weatern summer resort, where she will be employed the rest of the summer. She- traveled alone in her car, and a telephone message to her mother reported hec safe arrival. Mrs. Lena. .Morgan, who had for seveal we«lm been at her brother ••WilUaw Traptuwr's, left Friday for Hampton, sto-pjiinij at Northwood en route. The Arthur Jackmans, Canada, are visRlue- relatives here, at present at A. B, CruUcshank's. Mrs. Jacknyj.u ter. Mary .Budlong, Titonka, Kfllsfrolm. A substitute will have charge of the creamery; and Paul EngTe wfll continue to assist. Amanda Olson will accompany the KlHsirolnrrs as far aa Milwaukee, where she will visit a sister. Eye Ulcer Is Relieved— Ore a visit to Doctor O'Brien, Mason City last week, Nathan -Studer obtained 1 relief from an ulcer In the eye. This was <w a spot on the eyeball' which was affected by a hemorrhage following »-n operation for cataract, undergone several years ago. Foreign matter which had blown in the eye had caused extra Irri'taiHo-n. Methodists >'orr Hay Vote— After services at the Methodist church Sunday morning, a judge and two tellers, Chas. Kraus, T. H. Hansen and H. Ostercamp, were elected by the church, board, to have charge of an election to take place at the next quarterly conference, -by which a lay delegate to the annual conference will be chosen. Burnt Bible School Closed— A program was given In the Ole Flom schoolhouse last Wednesday evening, for parents and friends of children who had been attending the two weeks' vacation Bible school, conducted by the Misses Anna Flom and Helen Funnemark. Wesley Hoy State Inspector- Karl and 'Leila Wester, Ames, and Margaret Beard, Des Molnea, are> spending the week-end and the Fourth at Broil Welter's. Karl, a state creamery inspector, is temporarily located at, Algona. June 14,1932 Auditor's Office, June 14, 1932. IBoard of SHiporviaors of Kossuth County met pursuant to adjournment with all membom; present..' The Board of.'Supervisors as an ex- offlcio Board off Cbunty Canvassers proceeded to openi the poll books and canvass the returns; from each voting precinct of the county as- shown by t&e- poll 'books returned from the several election precincts and the following- la a statement of the names of the candidates nominated 'by the Primary Election of the County and Sub- Division thereof, and a statement of t*e title of the officer for which they were- nominated and a statement of the officers for which no nominations were made at the Primary Election held on the 6th day of June, A. D. 1932. . ' REPIUeiLICAN NOMINATION'S Auditor— Charles' E. Chubb. Treasurer— H. N. Kruse. Clerk IDIsb Court— Clark Orton. Recorder— Ida L. Peterson. 'Sheriff— Everett L. Harris. County Attorney— H. W. Miller. Coroner-iLeon M. Merrill. Supervisor Diirt. No. I— F. 3. Balgc- an. Supervisor Dlst. No. 2-Henry Wee- l6t\ mark erVlSOr ™ ?t ' N °' 3 ~° laf IF "nn«- Supervlsop-Dlst. No, 4-Chas. Morris. State illepresentative— J. C. Mawds- man. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS Auditor—.Edward J.'-Butler. Treasurer—Maurice iDuffy. Clerk Dist. Court—E. J. McEvoy. Recorder—J. J. Dooley. Sheriff-Carl Dahlhauser. •County Attorney—Maui ice C. Me- Mahon. Coroner—None. ' Supervisor iDlst. No. 1 — John P Mersch. •Supervisor Dist. No. 3—W. >E McDonald. Supervisor Dlst. No. 3—W. S. Cosgrove. ™ >lst. No. 4-Albert Kol- State 'Kppresentat'lve- A. H. stetter. , Bonn- Precinct-— Algona REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS JUNE 6, 1938 Trustee 1933 Term Trustee 1934 Term Twp. Clerk JOatice of the 'Peace Constable __P, A. -Danson L. T. Griffin Hiram B. White >F. A. Newvllle T>\-p. Assessor * Buffalo j Harold Johnson Clarence Cooper ..Chris Bfrandl H. A. Jennings Will iRicklefs Burt w. J. Davldson___Henry Ewoldt Wm. KoesOer- £ Chas. Schrader BwK° .:™zzz:~iz^ii_:——:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::pauTcody- HPv w p* e "r > C — -?f- K T, hi i llps ^ iea "°' > potter •Fenton - : _w. A. Cameron Alex Radii? 1 ^ i *-eterson Oscar Llnde O W iBpt-inrron Garrieid ^z.~.~. ^__ .::~::::::::::::::::: AlexRadl& .,<». B. joiwwn ...Herman H. ssyerjprJa'o. TfeSSi German '_ Greenwood' IHIHI Chris Behrmanri Geo 'Nv'man. ~ ^ hon ~-T,—-:- *'Ioyd Colwell ""W Harrison 1 ZHHIIZ - T T - v »"» w™W,C^7:;: 7"¥ S,- ,*??. an! Chas. Knllnnnh T. T -v—,-,~^ "• E. P. Hanson Bay E-. Hanson .A. H. Hanna Eleanor Potter O, W, 'Berggren DreyerjFred C. Wegener -Floyd i Ledyard" IJ. L. Vaux IWm"Bfomster'IIIj. E: Kelley I" Kolla seh __JU J. Rockier"_~.~_~___.li'__._;_ as „ Lu Verne. Plumi (Si-.aidt , Portland! PralHij' __ Ramsey Rlverdale 1 SBnaaa . Shermam Sprlhffffl-ar SWeai „ _ BertCoaer t^^^^ti^^ •> Uhiom „ Weslay _ . Fred i L. A. • WhittenwMts I_I_III"ICarl Bbert. .Adam Luchsinge, rulkihanlt --- A - M - Gustaf SO n,..w. c. Nei Bon w j KSiri^^^ Precinct— Joyed the «i f eninj?. F- t» Cleiaan* w»ek Sunday *t Spirit Uike. They Also Visiil thervlUo Port Defiftiice, near Hs- Mrs- B. iA- Clem*ns and tUree chlldrenv fifll, Oorwthy, and G«orge, feft Saturday Colo., where broth T Mr. Cruikshank's sla- and her daughter Bkltth Mae visited here Sunday aricjl v/erg supper guests at the parsonage. Mrs. W, t. got home Sunday evening fro-ui ten days with Redwood Fb.Ua ati.4 Slaraliall, Minn., relatives. Mrs. Wiiluim Rath has had an acute cold .tea. days, which ha) threatened to- terminate In pneumonia. Mr. and UTS. William Knoll, Al, spent the- Fourth at .. William Whittenjuere, Irene Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Felt, aouimp-'.nfed by their grandchildren, Benny and Nina May Wagner, left Saturday morning for Oelweln, to spend the Fourth with their daughter, Mra. P. J. Haverly. Mr. and Mra. Al Wagner, Corwlth, who have been visiting in Illinois, will be th^re also, and will spend the Fourth. Benny, who had been at Okobojl, came to his grandparents because of his parents' absence. Nina May was staying with them. Maxlne Devlne, Algona, vtelted Ed Hildman's daughter from last week Sunday to Thursday. Mrs.' Susan McCutchin spent last Thursday with Mrs. Nettie Turgeson. These aged friends frequently attend church together, being -taken in the Henry Kunz car. Mrs. Albert Reno, of the Wesley hotel, has gone to Ayrshire to see her slater, Mrs. Jones,' >wh» au£ered % iAroke some months ago, and was recently taken worse, DEMOCRATIC'. NOMINATIONiS JUNE 6. 3933 Justice of the Peace _ConBtabto» Trustee 1933 Term German ^ Grant ._ ~ •" " Greenwood ; '_ ' _ "" J. H. f" "" '~ '"""" Harrison ^ ,."_I_IIII"I^A. H. ,, . ~" J. J- Anderson' >.««. Hebron , ; ____... .__.., Reno Is expected fcom* fro*i Des Moines -this week-end- Anna Johnson, home economics teacher J(n th e Boone hhjh' school, 1« vl«fcynj5 hw broither a.nsl ten. Sherman' ~ ' "" """ ' "" T *"""' " Springfield _i..ii;~.i~~i;zii~i,zi,ii;i~~;;_;;;3~'~—'—-— WhItteroore""I~"!"IZ"""™.I__Iif,"p.'_i9i)one>r On motion B,o»rd adjourned to pno-thlrty o'clock June 15,1932 ' .. , AjidHor's Office, . %:» ,0'clocis p.. TO, June 15. UU, Board o* Supervisors of Kos^uth ty., wet pursuant to adjourowent all m9<nb«r< present. y«*r» ol4 i»cr««4M I per w increit^d 6 p»7 cent* " S? H*ron Twp.-steert tiro increased ^ _per cent old yw*ii4 oat y«w , stew, Jyo ^^_ ™* w (fj. 's* 1 ^ m d-efe^W %K3SP*SBK«*JM y**r*m »Sr|«V^wr^ Wer * twa t^«y*»w wtiBvuilrij: . Ml Verne TVD.—•».«. 7. XK Phone 206. M. J. Keneflck. C. H. Y on South Dod,? hones: Office, 66«; ' Algona, Iowa _.. and Surgeon i Office in QuinbyBId g "| e0 ° o ; u Phone No. 12 ' <^S^S? : -:»as» lumAiT 403. 'honea: D. Shumway Phone 'HIKAM B Wfl AHorne?:,,,:^' ^ ftc , 6n r erio ^stat 6] Office A. DATfSOIT DOCTORS 300 W. D. ANDREWS, ». oT pathlc Physician and Located over Hub Blllard i i Phones: Office 187, Reg. i B. A. EYANS, M. 1 Obitretlct and Elcctrol..... ta: Diathermy and Ultra Violet E, Over Borchardt Drug Stor»vL Phones: Residence 312, office lft| Algona, Iowa. ' DENTISTS BB. H. M. OIiSOlT Dentist, Gas and novocalne used for traction. Located over Christensen Stoi»(| Phonei: Business 166, realdeno»l Algona, Iowa VETEHINAHIANS I/. W. fOX J. B. WIJVKEL Veterinarians t State Street, Algona • ghonea; Office, 475-W.;.res, feg^^ggggg— — BUILDING CONTBAC , . COWAN & SOX General Contractors • '• ' Estimates Furnished J Ttonea: .' Business. 63!)-J; res,.'! MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WOBIS - v Machinists and Weldert Service Stock on ;, Piston Rings, Pins, and Bevln|lj ot Courthouse PBODUC£ SWIFT « COMPANT Cash Buyers PoiltlT. EKS, and HUM ' - ' Matt Lainuth, Mgr. Phone 264. INSURANCE K088PTH COUNTY 'IK9VKAICOE ASSO Ov«r 116,000,000 worth of In for^e, A home Company, »a<;ure,' ' J. O. Pazson, *** "V&X Q. B. !<• Barre Reliable Insurance ServlwI ,^J Lo*n*, Real Estate, Benwf £| ; ' Phone 55 ty Property Loan* Funn i Insurance. Real estate Cyir^IlfaHAH A UC1 iff W. State St. Alf 9Mt Acceasor 1 ** and W«I aw. ^>l>iiffi« STORA6EOFALLU 1 *•».•.

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