Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1932 · Page 6
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TUMOR FATAL FOR FARMER AftHERNE Lu Verne, Oct. 4—Funeral services •were,held Monday at the Lutheran churches at,.Lu Verne and at Knler- im for Henry Oberhelman, who died Friday after many months suffering from tumor on the brain. He wte cared for at the Lutheran hospital for several weeks, but for a month or more had bee* at his home, four miles south of Corwith. Mr. Oberhelman was born 50 years ago in Woodford county, 111., and came with his parents to Iowa in 1896. He was married at Knlerim February'l, 1905, to Emma Zehms, and to them eight children were born, four eons and four daughters: Arthur Elden, Norman, Lawrence, ^Florence Artella, Luella, and Helen. Helen died in 1919. The other seven and their mother survive. Interment •was made in a Knlerim cemetery. School Classes Choose Officers— The high school have organized. Senior officers are: president, Feme Barton; vice, Leonard Henderson; secretary-treasurer, Dewey ' Wilson. The juniors elected: president, Wayne Lang; secretary-treasurer, Harold Miller. The sophomores: president, Armintha Johnson; vice, Charlene Christensen; secretary- treasurer, Byron Jones. The freshmen: president, Edward Lindebak; secretary-treasurer, Doris Genrich. Miss Skinner is sponsor for the seniors; Miss Roorda, junior; Mr. Gralian, sophomores; Mrs. Morrison, freshmen. Tonr-H Club Sleets Sept. 26— Roberta Masterson was hostess to Workers last week evening. Six membei-s the Loyal Wednesday responded to roll call by giving the location of an Iowa park. Cordelia Ristau gave a demonstration on winter bouquets, also a talk on how a picture may bring color into a rbom. Elsie Hunt gave a demonstration on closed conveniences. The next meeting will be on October 21, with Eileen Neal as hostess. J. ,T. Club Opens Season— The first evening meeting of the J. J. club was held Friday night at Smith's Park. Renwick, where a group of the women entertained the rest of the club, husbands, and children at picnic supper. Twenty-five attended. After supper, for which wieners were roasted at a bonfire, games were played. Hostesses were Meedairies Lloyd Zentner, William and Albert Hefta, Lionel Eustace, and Harry Lichty. Week of Penitence Observed— The Presbyterian, Methodist, and Evangelical churches are observing a week of penitence and prayer. Union Cervices in charge of the pastors were held Sunday and Monday nights at the Presbyterian church, and wore to be held Tuesday and "Wednesday nights at the Evangelical church, and Thursday, -Friday, at the Methodist attended, and the afternoon was spent on a quilt. Mr. and Mrs. HUgh Colwell and the Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Koonce attended a meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Rolfe last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Hansen have moved back to Lu Verne from near' Superior, Wla., and are living with the former's brother Merenus. The Rev. Victor Kbllman, of Royal, and his family' visited the parental Fred Schneiders laet week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson, of Mason City, were Sunday visitors at the parental W. ti. (Ramus home. The'Ji Arnolds entertained 17 friends and relatives at Sunday dln- and Sunday church. Tuesday Club Studios Presidents— The Tuesday club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Herbert'Smith; attendance 17. Roll call was. answered by giving names of presidents of and telling something about their administrations. Mrs. Peter Thompson read a paper on Hoover's administration, and Mrs. J. O. Marty one on Theodore Roosevelt. Two new members were received. S. S. Orchestra is Organized— A seven-piece orchestra consisting of Grant Jen.nings Jr. and De Rae Godfrey, violins, Ruth Lichty, cello, Bernice Swenson, clarinet, Irvin Chapman, cornet, Byron Jones, bass viol, and Mrs. Max Patterson, piano, with De Rne Godfrey as leader, made its initial appearance at the Presbyterian -Sunday school Sunday morning. LEAGUERS OF ALBERT LEA IN LAKOTA VISIT Lakota, Oct. 4—The Luther League from the Concordla church at Albert Lea, Minn., was ' here Sunday evening and gave a program Including a study of songs written by Dr. Luther and PauJ Gerhard, such as A Tower of Strength Our God is Still, Luther'e Cradle Hymn, and Commit Thy Way-Confiding, with poems to Illustrate. They gave the history of the songs and sang them. In the history of Luther's Cradle song they told the story of how he came to compose it. At Christmas time Luther's wife asked him to rock the baby's cradle while she prepared the Christmas feast, and the rhythm of the cradle suggested the melody and the words came through the study of his .sermon. They closed the program with a male quartet singing, What a 'Friend We Have in Jesus, and, I Need Thee Every Hour. About 40 came from Albert Lea for the evening service. Lunch was served after the meeting. Acorn Clul) Hears of Germany- Mrs. J. E. Smith was hostess to IS members of the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon. Secretary Mrs. E. R. Worley read the constitution and by-laws of the club. Some plans were made for Guest day October 2. Meadames Will Gutknecht, Art Schlssel, and E. J. Woodworth were appointed committee for program for the event. Roll call was answered by the name of a famous German and Mrs. Olga Wortman gave an interesting account of a trip through Germany and spoke briefly of the present conditions of the country. Pastor Takes Up Work— The Rev., and Mrs. Gerald Ukena moved into their new home at Jessup last week. Mre. Ukena's mother, Mrs. Frerking, and Gerald's sister-in-law, Mrs. Jerry Ukena, spent part of last week there helping get things settled. Sunday evening the congregations of the Baptist and Methodist churches held a union service at the Presbyterian church, and the Rev. Mr. Ukena preached the sermon. A reception was also held for the new pastor and wife. This is the Rev. Mr. Ukena's first Clothing' Soul, to Mission— The Evangelical Missionary society held an all-day meeting last week Wednesday at Mrs. Mary Hof's. Each woman took a covered dish, and the day wae spent at sewing and filling a barrel with clothing for the Red Bird mission in Kentucky where Esther taught for several years. Merkle Schoolmasters Plan Junior Contest— At a county Schoolmaster's club meeting at Algona September 24 it was decided to sponsor a county Junior high declamatory contest, and local seventh and eighth grades are beginning to prepare for a home contest early in November. The next meeting of the club is to be in Lu Verne October ]7. church, as he was summer. ordained last Beauty Shop Gives 1'uriy— Rubye Godfrey gave a party Saturday to 23 patrons in honor of the sixth anniversary of the opening of her beauty shop. The women were entertained in groups during the afternoon, and lunch was served by Misa Godfrey, assisted by Mesdames W. F. and DeRae Godfrey. F. 11. Officers Are Elected— A Lincoln township general Farm Bureau organization meeting was held at Louie Sachs's Friday evening with GO present. Heiko Adams was elected township president and Bet Edward secretary-treasurer. The following program was. given: Community singing led by Paul Leaverton; county women's project, Mrs. J. H. Warburton; solo, Paul Leaverton; county project for. men, County Agent Morrison; talk on the project lessons, Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A., talk by Senator George Patterson; solo, Paul Leaverton. Lunch was served. Win District Rally Trophy— The Pwev. Mr, Frerking and 17 members of the Christian Endeavor attended a rally at Spirit Lake Friday and Saturday, at which 54 young folks from the north half of the -Fort Dodge district were in attendance. Dr. Berger, dean of the University of Dubuciue, was the main speaker. Our young folks brought home the cup given for mil- age, attendance, work done for the year, etc. This is the third time they have won the trophy. Women Learn Storing 1 Lesson— A number of Ledyard and Lincoln township women attended a county women's project meeting at the Bancroft public school last week Tuesday afternoon at which 46 were present. A lesson on storing fruit and vegetables was conducted by Mrs. Leaverton, H. D. A. Bulletins on .storage were given. A discussion of storing was given and added to the lesson. A lesson on canning was given earlier in the season at Alg'ona. 50 Attend R. N. A. Party— The Royal Neighbor lodge gave a party at the Woodman hall Friday evening with SO present. The evening was spent at cards and dancing. WESLEYAN, 50, DIES SUDDENLY OF HEMORRHAGE Wesley, Oct. 4^-Henry A. Klocke, Wesley farmer, died suddenly at about 8 o'clock Friday morning, of asthma and a hemorrhage. He had been ailing with asthma, but had hot appeared seriously sick. Funeral services were conducted by his pastor, the Rev. Father Wessllng, at fit. Joseph church at 10 o'clock Sunday morning 1 . Requiem high mass was followed by a sermon, and the blessing .of the corpse. The body was then taken overland to Templeton, his former home, where burial was made beside the grave of hid/wife.• Mr. Klocke was born at Templeton 50 years ago. Hq lived there until 1924, when he moved with his family to the Melvln Powelson farm, north of Wesley. Mrs. Klocke died October 22, 1929. He Is survived by five children, the youngest ten years. They are: Leonard, Myrtle, Arthur, Mildred, and Florence, all at home. Five sisters are living: also two brothers, Anthony, Templeton, and Joe, of Debham. Aman Family Holds Mcet.lnf— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aman, Mount Angel, Ore., have been visiting his sister, Mrs. Kate Kennedy and other relatives here for two weeks. Late thte week they will leave for Beaver Dam, Wls., and other points. They attended a gathering of relatives at Call state park, Algona, Sunday. Picnic dinner was served. Others present were the Isadore and Will Mayers, St. Benedict, the Chas. Gil- brides and Will Amane, Algona, Phinlt Aman and Kate Kennedy, the Alfred Erdmans, Leo Hanlgs, and Louis G-oetzes, Wesley, the Frank Conleys, Llvermore. The Amans formerly lived on the farm now occupied by George Hanig. They left Wesley about 15 years ago. Mrs. Aman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AVill Hoffer, who left a year or two later than the Amans. Hall Team Still Wins— •Last week Tuesday the high school baseball team defeated Vernon township 19-6, and Friday defeated Lu Verne, here, 13-1. McCall pitched, with Kent and Wingert catching. This grave the boys an average of 12 scores to less than three for their opponents. We will play Titonka here, next week Tuesday; Corwith, here, Friday, October 7; Renwick, Wednesday, October 12; Goldfield, Friday, October 14. This will complete the season. The Renwick game promises to be Interesting, because of the fact that 'thfe Wesley and Renwick teams are both undefeated so far. Local Woman's Aunt Hurt— Mrs. Jesse Spraut, aunt of, Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, who recently -visited here, wae seriously hurt after returning to Fergus Falls, Minn. While moving to a new apartment, Mr. and Mrs. Spraut fell, with the collapse of a rickety outside stairway. She suffered a broken back and a fractured leg. Little hope was entertained at first, but it is now thought that she will recover without being ' crippled. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins visited at Badger, near 'Fort Dodge, Sunday, with cousins of the first Mrs. Hopkins. Clul) in Community Work— The Study club met. with Mrs Aldrich last Thursday afternoon. Members responded to roll call by giving an Iowa law. Mrs.. B. R Swanson had charge of the lesson on Legal Papers. The club voted to buy more toxin-anti-toxin for the inoculation program. The second inoculation will be administered this week Wednesday. There were more than 200 applications, hence the necessity for purchasing toxin-antitoxin. Two hundred treatments were furnished by the state. V. P. S. Hus Social— The Lutheran Y. P. S. had a social in the basement of the church last week Tuesday night. The Rev. Mr. Wittenburg conducted devotional services, and a business meeting followed, after which games were played and lunch Harold Wolf. served by Daughters for Two Couples— Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Neilson are parents of a daughter, born September 26, and a daughter was also born to Mr. and Mrs. 'Edward Mc•Pherson, September 24, at the borne of the la tier's mother. Barton. Mrs. Kate Six Attend C. E. Convention— The Rev. A. J. Koonce, Ruth and Virginia Lichty, G-wenetha Jones, Jeanne Jennings, and Alysmae Ramus attended a Christian Endeavor convention at Spirit Lake and Saturday. Friday Outdoor Party lu Country— A group of young people took advantage of the warm weather Friday evening for an outdoor party at Chris Xygaard's country home. Other Lu \erne Kews, The Good Will club met last Thursday at Mrs. Julius Stripling's; Mr*. Otto Rarnus, assisting hostess, members and tea guests . £dltbr. Chftrle* Klamp, Field Reporter. Two Xeiy Garages Planned— 'Karl Lander, whose buildings were recently razed to make room for highway No. 60, is laying the foundation for a new garage on , the north side of East Main street, just west of the Swift Produce station. The building will be 55x40 feet. Leo Bleich is also preparing to build a garage just west of Mrs. Looft's on the south side of Main street. Leo is a skilled mechanic, who has worked with Mr. Lander, and also the AVesley Auto company. Seal Sale Chairmen Lunch— Mrs. A. M. Lease, local chairman of the Chzistmas seal sale, attended a 1 o'clock luncheon at Luther hall, Algona, la«t Thursday, served to 36 chairmen of the county. Following luncheon, a school of instruction was conducted by Mre. C. E. Barnes, Garner. The sale of seals will be conducted entirely by mail this year. AVesleyan's Aged Mother Sick— Mr. and Mrs. Ben 'Felt left lor Mason City Monday morning, in response to a message that his mother, Mrs. Mary Felt, 94, was seriously sick. Other Lakota News. Mrs. H. H. Murray's sister, Mrs. Ann Robinson, left her parents' home at Forest City last week to join her husband in California. Mr. Robinson is a civil engineer and has been in California the last two months. Some friends of the Murrays were driving from Ohio to California and Mrs. Robinson went with them. Mrs. W. E. Ley returned home last week from a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. Albert Smith. Her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, is also visiting there and will come for a visit this month. The Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Pfeiffer, pastor of the Albert Lea church, and granddaughter, Gertrude Stiehl, were guests at the Rev. Mr. Boeee's Sunday evening. The school cooking class held a successful candy sale at the Thaves Sisters' store Saturday night. The money will be used to buy supplies for their work. Charles Gutknecht and Bert Kel- nitz spent last week visiting relatives In Avoca and Boscobel, Wis. Mrs. Raymond Smith went to Aurelia Sunday.to spend a, week visiting her mother, Mre. Dawson. M'. H. Reese had a new corn crib built on his farm west Of town. The Wade Balls live on the farm. Henrietta Aalderks, wbo teaches at Lu V«rne," spent the week-end with her parents. Other Wesley News. Joint F.B. Meeting. One hundred and twenty persons attended a Orant-teagle Farm Bu•eau meeting at the Grant jschool- louse a week ago 'Friday evening, and <Jeo. W, Godfrey, county Farm Burau president,' was principal speaker. Helen Brlggs, president of the Grant 4-H club girls, gave a report on her trip to a state 4-H conven- llon at "Ames In June, and a musical stunt was given by tire Grant Peppy Workers. in woman's project work Mrs" Floyd Colwell is township chairman :hls year: Mrs. Jos. Mayne, assistant. Mrs. Jos. Mayne was re-elected publicity chairman also. Cooperators and their school districts folow: ,. 1, Mrs. Boy Mlno; 2, Mrs; Alfred Zielske; 3, Mrs. W. O. Briggs; 4, Mrs. S. G. Holm; 6, Mrs. Leonard, Mino; '6, Mrs.' Florence Kelly. W. O. Brlggs was elected township director. FARM NEWS AND COMMENT. A -new barn, 98x36, la being built on the Kunz farm occupied by the Dlckmeier, family, east of Burt. This replaces a barn.burned some ,lme ago. At Wesley recently Mr. Klamp called on Harry Mathahs, the bar- >er, who once barbered at Algona. He said he was doing well at Wes- ey. He has a celan shop. Floyd Paeley, Sexton, Is doing a produce business in connection with operation of his oil station. He shows a little improvement in his lines every year and Is always right on the job,'looking after things. Ethel and Ruth, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Braddock, west of Bancroft, are attending the' Bancroft high school, both as freshmen. Mr. and Mrs. Braddock have nad the same farm seven years. They have three girls and four boys. At the Fred Glrres home, a mile east and three miles north of Sex- .on, there is some homegrown cotton. A plant was sent to the daughter Josephine "by a friend in South Carolina. She was planning to repot t and move it into the house before Irost. At the Meurer harness'shop, Wes- ey, the other week we found Joseph all fixed up in his new place of Business. He bought part of the auilding where Mrs. Bertha Looft had her furniture store. Joe once .vorked for F. H. Shackelford at Al- ;ona. At John Krull'e, southwest of Titonka, a week ago Friday we met one of the grandchildren, Ruth Ann Krull, born April to Mr. and Mrs. Fim Krull, whose wife was Etna Sifert before marriage. The couple will begin farming for themselves near Cylinder next year. We were at the Walter Lenz home, 2% miles north and one mile west of Lu Verne, last Thursday. The Lenzes came here from Ornsby, Minn. They are young folks and are farming a half section. They have two girls, three and one respectively. . We called recently at the farm 1% miles north of Wesley where Roy Sherman used to live, but found Ed S. Myers there now. The Myers family came from Pemberton, Minn. Mr. Meyers has a 160-acre farm there, besides the 200 acres where he now lives. The Roy Guys, two miles north and 1% miles west of Lu Verne, were happy last week Tuesday, a 10- Ib. girl having been born to them September 19, They had not yet named her. There are three other children, one boy and two girls. They farm the Al Willey quarter. At Carl Johnson's, two miles east and three miles north, we found a new baby girl last week Tuesday, born September 15, named Wanda Mae. There are three other girls, Mavis, Lorraine, and Phyllis. Mr. Johnson was mowing eoy beans, and the crop was heavy. He hoped the weather would stay dry so he could get it into the barn. On September 21 at E. G. Ely's, five miles north of Wesley, Mrs. Ely showed us two large dishes full of everbearing strawberries she hac picked. She remarked that all of her garden stuff yielded well this year. The Elys were having company: Mr. Ely's mother, Fargo, N D., who was also to visit at Webster City. The elder Mrs. Ely Is 84. P. H. Wllhelml, southwest of Bancroft, was harvesting potatoes when we called Friday, and he expected to get 200 bushels from two-thirds of an acre. Estimating the size of the patch, Mr. Wilhelmi said he usually plants 18 bushels of seed to the acre In this case he used 11 bushels; accordingly the ground must be close to two-thirds of an acre. He said his Early Ohios were yielding bettei than Cobblers. Last week Monday, when we called at Mrs. John 'Freistad's, miles east of Galbralth, she September 1, 1932. Joint P. A.-K. TATE OF IOWA, •ALO ALTO COUNTY, SS. Thursday, September 1st, 1932. Board of Supervisor's room in the lourt 'House, Emmqtsburg, lowai Boards of Supervisors of Kossuth nd Palo Alto counties met in Joint essiqn, members present: Chas. Moris and F. J. Balgeman. of Kossuth ounty, and John Wegener, J. M. io'binson, Omre Cottlnston, IHalvor Larson and T. C. Truog, of Palo Alto ounty; absent Olaf Funnemark, P. . Heiken, and W. E. McDonald, of Cossuth county. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward, New Underwood, S. D., and their three youngest children, visited Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Ward's mother, Mrs. Hattie Price. They . formerly lived near Wesley. Mr. Ward's mother, Mrs. Mathilda Ward, his sister, Mrs. Guy C. Giddings, and Mr. Gidding-s, all from Burt, visited the Wards here Sunday. .Other visitors there were Charles and George Larson. The Burt party also called on Guy's father, W. P. Giddings, at the home of his son, A. E. Mrs. J. E. Hill, who was visiting her sister, the wife of Doctor Cole, at Clear Lake, called briefly on Wesley friends one day recently. Doctor Hill was one of Wesley's early physicians, but the Hills left for Longmont, Colo., many -year* ago. This change was for the benefit of the only child, Paul, afflicted with asthma. All members of the family are now in good health. Paul has been married for some years. 'Last week Mr. and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, accompanied by her father, Ben Hopkins, visited at Fergus 'Falls, Minn., Mrs. Gerdes' aunt, Mrs Spraut, recently seriously Injured in a fall. Mrs. Hopkins substituted as station agent. The E. B. Swansons visited at Rowan Sunday, and met there Mre. Swanson'a parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Stephens, of Des Moines. Mr. Stephens is a retired Methodist minister, formerly of the j?es Molnee conference. hac been confined to her bed six days with what Is called milkleg. The family plan to move to Ottawa, 111. next spring. Mr. Freistad's brother Gus Nelson, is staying with her, anc when they move they will farm 30 acres, Mrs. Freietad remarked tha she would be glad to go back, for al of her folks live there. . At R. A. Schott's, two miles eas and one-half mile north of Li Verne, last week Tuesday we no tieed that Mr. Schott was walklni about as if he might be taklni things rather easy, and when w asked about It he salcl he had beer at the new Lutheran hospital a Fort Dodge eight days, and had hac his appendix removed. He farme 8 acres and keeps his stock In fin shape. Three sows this season rals ed 31 pigs. •L. J. Kockler, Legion adjutant a Bancroft and manager of popula pavilion dances held there by th Legion, gave us mention that "Ceo Hurst's orchestra was to play las week Wednesday night, and w •handed the story in at the office However, not only this story but a, our farm news last week was inis laid in a rush, so none of it was printed. Mr. Kockler (arms south west of Bancroft in a, partnership' o Krapp & Kockler. We had a visit Saturday wit Scott Moore, foreman for Jo}i Frank!, one mile east of AJlgona.' had noticed a tall stack In one o the fields, two miiee «ast # and he said a silo had been lied, and another had fceen started, he men build and fill as they go. he silos are 24 feet acroas the toot- om and are drawn as they rise. A talk 10 pulled partly out of a bun- le every so often to help bind the all. This la some idea; ,-no silos to low down, and the silo and all are ed. Mr. and-Mrs. C. H. Wilhelmi are arents of a boy, born Septem- er 2, and both' mother and baby, !so the proud papa, are doing well. Irs. Wilhelmi wae Blanche Lunn nd is the daughter of Mrs. Henry Villey. Mother Willey was taking are of the newcomer last week at he Wilhelmi home. The baby has een named Robert Wayne, and he a baby that parents and grand- arentg can be proud of. The yoj|ng, ian Is also a grandson of Mr. and Ire. P. H. Wilhelmi, who farm next est. A llttle^way north' of Gtlmore City week ago Saturday we saw the ame B. H. Locke, and wondered hether our old friend, B. H. Locke, anitor of the Grant township con : olidated schoolhouse, had moved jere, but on investigation we found hat it was Mr. Locke's eon, who perates a 170-acre farm. He has lenty of. stock, good, well-tilled rops, a healthy family, and is as opular and well-liked by his nelgh- ors as Dad and Mother are in rant township. When we called Friday at R. A. Isen's, two miles west and one lie south of Ledyard, »e men picking corn. we Mr. found Olsen ad 200 acres to pick, and op to iat time he had picked more than 00 bushels. He is feeding 125 head ! cattle, and they take 100 bushels f corn and 100 bushels of oats a eek. The cattle are showing good alns. R. A. farms 300 acres ami eeds all he raises, buying oats from eighbors. He" and his wife have ne little girl, Hattie May, 6, who oes to school at Ledyard, this be- ng her first term. We notice by courthouse record^ hat a good many feeder cattle are? ptirchaied tifr to hW thattjlrt'btihw, year*, 'tfhlhiw hire W6rlitfng'6«t ; «>*r, however, credit belnr aVaffirtit^ AM with low prices tot teed t&ttn6rt will get into the feeding game again, 'We suggest that farmers who think that they might be able to profitably feed cattle, sheep, or hog* get intd touch with County Agent Morrison, wh<J can tell them about financing or with the local^ bankers, who probably can also tell them of -various plans, for cattle-feeding credit. Emma Mollrath, of the Ames Extension service, spent a week ago last Thursday and BYlday In the county, working out the clothing lesson "with the H. t>. A. for the Farm Bureau woman's project. A gift lesson will be the first ' one: It includes the making of gifts for each member of a family. Sugges^ tlons for home gifts are given. In the second lesson, called the clothing clinic, study Is given to the planning or making over of garments. A drees to be remade » partly torn part, and a pattern selected to Use In making it over. This fifth ye»r clothing course to already attracting more interest that* prior courses, Miss Mcllraths oald. rt. .Ai''Call*r,;iMitfrXiH"'J«m< M /' A, Wi AJWtlli, labor 1 ,,.,; i.. ,. tt g^Hph Alfred Oiiewftffti, grading .... OsCAr Baflng, patrol'... ,., .. Jarrie* Hurray, labor ,,, ,., ,., H, J, Coburo, labor .>< i.. .1., Advance Pub. CO., pub. notice KAIn BrOi., rent of tractor ... John IH,. Whltaker, rlsht-of-' DWkVaul!' gravell'iit'.' I"..!''..!! Flm Trust Jt. Stk. Land ajit., ... -----J. O. frlester. gravel ........ 300.00 M. Obngler, right^of'Way ,. ... BO.OO Joseph Schaller, rent of right- of-way ....... ..... ... ...... i. 16.00 Mrs. Eva Oermann,, damages,. 3.E5 Elltert Oarage, storage and repairs ... ...... ........ ..... ii 39.20 Buckham-Thompson Inc., sup. 20.00 State 'Farm Mut. Auto Ins. "<Co,, Ins, .................. ,. 8.24 Heed Hdw., repairs ..; .. •Lease ft .Lease, sup. .. . Barton-Warner Co., sup. Wilson Concrete Co., sup. Co., si (Co., sup. sup. Wilson Concrete Wilson Concrete ----- ---Des Moines «teel Co., sup. Des Molnes Steel Co., sup. (Des Molnes Steel Co., sup. IF. S. Norton 4 Bon, sup:; JF. 8. Norton * Son, sup, We*ley Emma Studer returned Saturday, following a ten-day visit with her sister, Mrs. Rltschmeler, Iowa Falls. Emma is taking comfort with a set of new teeth, made for her toy Doctor Beemer, Mason ( City. She brought them on her return. Mrs. Nettle Turgeson and Mr. and Mrs.- James Hodges visited Mrs. Turgeson's jnew great-granddaughter southeast of Mason City Friday. The babe is a daughter of Clayton Sage, Mrs. Turgeeon's grandson. Alice Flom and Mrs. Henry Funnemark, accompanied by Julius and Alma Funnemark, will leave Tuesday morning for' Watervllle, Minn., to visit their brother and uncle, ICnute Flom. Julius will drive. The September meeting of the Methodist W. F. M.. S. will be held with Mrs. Raymond Hansen this week Friday afternoon. The Bible Study class will meet in the church th-fs week Tuesday evening. The Harry Braleys went to Emmons, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. BraTey's mother, Mrs. Emmons. Chrl» F."- NleUpen'., 'c'lieckin'i . ' 'aveli 1 .. ,.ii.....'....i 1 ''....'t.ui.. uv>.i ... O. Smith, checking gravel Hoyt Raney, checking gravel. Lloyd H. Zentner, labor .. ...' Ole Gerdls, latoor ......... ... Peerless Oil Co., (iup. ........ Standard OH Co., gup KJhamplIn Weflnlng Co., »up, Board Proceedings City oC Algona, light service. 25.19 9ld jr.' IBaokus. postage 30.00 Northwestern IBell Tel. Co., tel'.. service 62.95 ET. MV Smith, salary 270.00 Klaas Hamstra, bounty 8.60 (Railway Express Agency, express :.. .. 6.94 Klaas Hamstra, bounty 4.60 F. J. TBalgeman, com. and session .„..'. 262.87 W. E. McDonald, com. and sessltain ... 230.58 Olaf .Funnemark, com. and session 238.17 iChas. Mbrrlsv com. and session P. J. Heiken. com. and session Wm. Shirley, expense I Mary K. Sands, labor The Joint Board organized and onu Ermai Stehle, labor motion ,by 'Balgeman and seconded by ^ottington that John Wegener act ast halrman, and D. L. Johnson act as ecretary of said Joint meeting. Mo- ion carried. This being the day and time fixed", s per advertised for hearing on petl- lons for establishment of Joint iravel District No. 215, Kossuth, and lo. 168, Palo Alto counties, as re- .ulred by law, and there being no ob- ectlons filed or objectors present, fter considering same, moved by lorrls and seconded by Larson that he said Joint Gravel District be es- abllshed as per resolutions adopted nd on file in the County Auditor's fflce. Resolution passed, . air voting in fa- p or thereof. Motion carried. Moved by IBalgeanan and seconded' ly Truog that T. R. Martin, J. M. Moore and W. T. Krleger be ap,- iolnted as commissioners to assess ieneflts of Joint Gravel Districts No. 15,- Kossuth, and No. 1CS Palo Alto ountles. Motion carried. On motion the Joint Board adjourn- id until call Of the Auditors. L. D. JOHNSON. Secretary. Laurai expense 5.88 126.40 Bertha B. Johnson, adv. bty. 7.30 tBancroft Register, pttb. _ 229.96 244.12 68.00 8100 10.00 -. .. - - - ... 1.25 Bertha E.. Johnson, expense.. 1.90|| Mrs. Eva M. Corey, labor gravel ftw..Brunk, 28.80 9.00 7,60 56.80 ,116,00 112,80 81.00 2.40 25.00 60.00 225.99 200.00 115.20 \oAl h !?>o, Qlehn R R Dr. t>r, Dr '46—""" x ""' rc "nlr D A. B B. M.cho,, Dr. 72— 18.38 97.03 132,86 309.84 137.20 1027.14 1600.72 1496.72 55.18 IF. B.. Norton. « -oon,,,mip, .... , 4.00 H. M. Haitian* checking; (Travel f B0.23 ^ George ,. Krueger, checking 61.79 38,92, 220.CT 1H3.06 , .43.80 899,62 214.89 402.32 . Guy Ash, labor ... ......... .. 61.29 Paul .& Donnelly et al, malnt. T>roj. No, 2 ............... ..... 365,38 Paul & Donnelly et al, malnt. ••' proj. No. 3 ... ...... -------- .. 2786.J7 (Freddie Eden, dragging .. ... 35.70 Paul & Donnelly et al, malnt. proj. No. 17 . ........ . ...... 1663.44 Paul & Donnelly et al, malnt. proj. NOB. 12 and 13 ........ 191.61 City of Algona, light serv. .:. 6,26 Hugh Post, dray. ... ...... .. 2.00 Paul & Donnelly et nl, malnt. proj. INo. 4 ... ...... ........ 2787.40 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., tel. serv. .... .... ..... .. .... 11.45 Paul & Donnelly et al, malnt. proj. No. 15 .. ...... ...,,.,.. 742.69 C. & IN. W. R'y Co., express.. :. 4.M Elmer Ewlng, patrol ... ... ;...• 108.00 John S. Nelson, patrol ...'..... 1M.50 J. H. Montgomery, patrol .. Clyde Sanders, patrol ... ... Goodman Hundsness, patrol J. F. Qulnn, patrol ........ (Hans W.' Nielsen, .patrol .. Alton Pettit, ' patrol ...... \... 114.80 Leeper, patrol ... ... ..... ; 91.35 91.50 S1.0D 81.00 100.10 , Chester Alme, patrol ...... .. 94.85 Allen Lamoreux, patrol .. ... 44.10 Pearly C. Haynes, patrol ..... 81.00 C. A. Lamoreux, patrol ..... 104.00 Wilbur A. IFIsher, patrol ' 94.50 . , F. CD. Prulama'n, patrol ....... 89.60 Joe M. .Baser, patrol' ...... ... 84.60 Wm. F. Gronbach, patrol S. D. McDonald, patrol . John Hanselman; patrol Clem Goodman, patrol .>i Tom Weir, patrol » Ed Fuchsen, patrol ;.. ., Peter Movlck. patrol ... Joe Heiderscheldt,- patrol Wm. O. Ludwlg, patrol . A. M. Gustafson, drag. 81.00 96.95 160.80 87.50 95.20 94.50 010.60 81.00 97.47 8.40 ' 14140 -12.00 24.60 as.oo 9.40 A. R. 'Crul'kshank, drag. ... Alb. Kressln, drag , A. G. iVolenttne, drag. .... F. X. Wllhelml, drag Alf Studer, drag ;. ... Wyot Stott, drag ... .. '12.09 Ira A. Dutton. drag ... 17.60 Ubbe Winter, drag 15.95 John A. Slepe^ drag .. 12.00 Jay D. Graham, drag. ... ..... 9.90 'N. B. Schlltz, drag , 1.80 E. R. Intermill, drag ,. 10.80 L. B. Hovey,. care prisoners . 64'.27 M. J. Koestler.'drag .. 11.40 Lawrence Doege, drag 13.20 >E. C. Behnkendorf, drag. .... ; 12.60 Johnson Bros., drag .. 86.30 Dan Froehllch drag. ... 27.00 Albert Wittkopf, drag ..19.80 Cecil Thoreson, drag. ... ... ... 15.10 Loren Byers, drag. ' 4.20 Arthur E. Holcomb, drag ' 12.00 Jay Godden, drag. ... 9.90 Wllbert W. ^Richmond, drag. .. 28.80 Richard PotratZj drag .12.09 Sdmon* Lelter^unty '.'. .„: liaO Charles Ulfers 'drag., Jofini X Ltcfttefe. bounty .. , ~ T """ h T—I—I, *™Henry Olthoff, 'bounty Gerog* Sachau, bounty , Theo- Dorrrbush, weed com. ., Polar- Looft, weed com Richard Zielske, weed com. , O. L. Tharson, weed com HV N.. Ktuse, assign , Aaron W. Steussy, labor ... , A. M. Guatafson, weed com. John N. Ludwig, coll. poll tax 31.75 P: M. Christenson, trustee mtg. 4.00 = 22.80 •QA! Joseph .Loebac'h, draig. ... .... 9.60 j Leander Vaske, drag. 10.95 Pete N. Hansen, dragging ..".. , 6.40 Peter N. Thllges, drag. ... ... 18.00 Enno Eden, drag 7.20 Menno Rlslus, drag ... 21,90 August F. Melz, drag ,30,30 Paul Zielske, drag 10.20 Calvin Rlppentrop, drag. ... .. 86,10 5.70 60.43 99.47 69.20 20.64 4.00 2.00 6.61 . . L. B, HToHlster, trustee mtg... 4.00 Will' Rlngsdorf, trustee mtg. .. 4.00 A. B. Dlttmer, trustee mtg. .. 4.00 •W. E. Grover, trustee mtg. .. 4.00 'E. O. Mann, trustee mtg ..... 4.00 S; P: Eckholm, registrar .. .. 4.60 I, E. "Wortrrian, registrar .. .. 7.25 •L. B. HoIIister, registrar .. .. 1.25 Miss AITce Grethen, registrar. 4.25 H. A, Thompson, registrar ... 2.25 Wm. Boyken, registrar .. , } .. 2.50 R. H. Finnell, registrar ... ... 5,50 Herman iRunksmeler, drag. ... 22.50 John Simmons, drag ., .. 24.60 Maynard Sohn, drag, ..'. 21.00 Edward Hagge. drag. 20,40 Henry Heidecker, drag. ... ... 9.60 'Fred Darnell, drag. ... ... .'.,', 34,80 . . . , ... ... , JOHN WIEGENE'R, Chairman. Adah; .Carlson, registrar ..... 1325 September 6, 1932. Auditor's Office, September 6, 1932. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth, ounty met pursuant to adjournment with all members present, Motion by Funnemark and seconded' >y McDonald that P. J. Heiken, Chairman of the (Board, is hereby authorized to issue a quit clalmi deed o Julius Hansen conveying the fof- owlng real estate: Starting at a pt. 2 rds. W. and 16 rds. N. from E. quarter corner of Section 33-87-27 extend- ng to a point 4 rds. W.; thence N. 14 rds.; thence E. 4 rds,; thence S. 44 rds. to place of beginning, all,in Sec- :lon 33-97-27, on account of no tonger being used for gravel purposes. Ayes.- On motion Board proceeded with auditing and allowing of bills. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m.—'Board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion 'by McDonald and seconded. >y Balgeman that County Auditor is lereby instructed to serve pauper no- :lce on Wm. Martin, wife and children at Algona, and Jack Haxton wife and children at Algona. Ayes: All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded, by Balgeman that final estimate of Paul i& Donnelly, W. IBI Williams, and John Schumacher on Maintenance Project NO. 6' for $140.12: Secondary Road No, 191 for J43.74 be allowed. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Balgeman that Chairman of Board be instructed to enter into a lease for gravel pit with J. O. Prlester for one acre in Section 32-95-30 and with M. Gengler for right-of-way in Section 5-95-30. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnftmark that report of Clark Orton, Clerk of District Court, for period commencing July 1st to August 23, 1932, is hereby approved. Ayes: All. •Motion by Morris and seconded by McDonald that Eugene Hofius be refunded $4.00 iRoad Poll, Burt township, on account of being erroneously taxed. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Funnemark that open ditch right- of-way claim of Mary Runchey Dr 9, be allowed: O D ac NW 1-4 NfW 1-4 Sec. 7-91-29 in SfW 1-4 NW 1-4 7-94-29 28 SB 1-4 NW 1-4 7-94-29 ... so SW 1-4 NS 1-4 7-94-29 20 John Studer Est., Dr. 132— NE 1-4 NiE 1-4 15-95-27 35 SB 1-4 NE 1-4 15-95-27 SB NS 1-4 SB 1-4 15-95-27 31 and County Auditor instructed to refund and abate said taxes as case may be. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that following soldiers' exemptions be allowed: John H. Sprank on lots 8 and 9. blk 3. Lone Rock, for $500 for 1932; Henry Neuman, 1-2 Interest In Lts 10 and 11. Blk. 1 Call's Si-d add Algona for 1932; and. County Ayflltpr instructed to correct 1932 assessment. Ayes: All. •Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Morris that Heiken be appointed Arthur Hof, registrar Fred A. iDtekmann, registrar! Whittemore Champion, dog Books . North Kossuth Record, sup, ... Peterson Studio, pictures prisoners Lathrop & Weaver, abstract .. Kllpto Loose Leaf Co., sup. 2.50 1.50 19.00 29.50 12.00 10.00 28.34 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sup. • 92.26 Crescent Printing 'Co., sup. Koch Brothers, sup. 25.23 3.80 Metropolitan Supply Co., sup.. 12614 Baker Paper Co., srfp 10.50 Geo. L. and D. E. Miller Co., repairs ... j.oo Botsford Lumber Co., repairs.. .15 Advance Pub. Co.. pub. board proc. 6019 Haggard & Backus, pub. ,brd. proc 273 81; Advance iPub. Co., supplies ... 15.50 COURT FUND L. A. AVlnkel, J. P. fees ... ,, ]200 L. E. Hovey, sheriff ......... 775 F. W. Green, marshal : 451 C. F. Specht, mayor 250 C. A. Van Alystyne, constable . - S9 W. J. Davlson, J. p. fee .. .. Walter Steward, constabe .... Mrs. Claude Haynes, witness fee ,. Cliff Hoover, witness fee .'.".'! viva Hoover, witness fee ..... LIBIRARY FUND Ledyard Consl. District., books 3374 as a committee to have repairs ... on Dr. 82 and Dr. 102, Ayes: All. On motion "BoariJ proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written: CCrtJNTiY BTOND 6W jr. iBa«fc«s, ppsta.se 9 W,09 12.00 23.99 1.20 1.13 1.13 T. 'B. ERADICATION (FUND service R. 'B. Chambers, cattle' dem ROAD No. A. A ™ A " , Mettler ' eradiiig"project 0. li >•«,.,, &. Mettler, grading 'project Paul & Donrieliy'et'al', Sec. Rd! Dlst. No. 189 .. ^Dis^^'Vl"^' p !& DisWV 4 al ' ; Paul & Donnelly et al" Rd. Dlst. No. 190 ' 11.80 in- 90.50 _FUND 780.23 175.50 Sec. Sec'. Sec'. 333.05 hauling gravel ""' hauling ^^l*^l*wj»'.T..v":: labor 87.00 C7.ll 81.90 eradlng" 19.40 31.90 360.00 . • A ' A. roaman A. Mettler. grading' p ro j: ect No. so 175.50 ' 459XKI 1084.27 382.59 3.00 1094.18 351.00 A A,. ---- i~ . W 'f. 'iVy Co.. f..f no «A Christ (Berg, drag ; .,. .. 16.00 C. C. Anderson, drag 29,25 3am Harr, drag. ..,., .,......., 27.00 R. C. Baum, dragging ... ..... 22.80 Holcomb & Walentine, drag. . 24.30 Fred Butterfield, drag.' 10.50 John 'Frlders, drag. ... ... .... , 14.40 Leslie Mino. drag. ...... 9.60 Arthur iR. Zielske, drag. .... 24.00 Elmer Ellingson, labor .. .... 34.00 Albert Looft, drag ,.,13.50 U A. Ventelcher, drag. ..; ... 10.00 Wm. Speloher, drag, ...'...... 7.80 Edvald Johnson, drag. ... .... 14.40 Ernest Hofmann, drag. ... ... SO.40 Alvln "Hardcopf, drag. ... ... .. •- 5.40 A. T, Dally, drag '•..' 23,40 Harvey Buenger, drag, ... .... 9.60 3. B. Brown, drag. ... ........ 19.80 Harm Beckholt, drag. ... ...... 49,20 Peter Beenken, drag ,. 60.90 H. A. Adams, drag, ,',.,. 43.80 Louis Scott, drag. 1290 Murl Potter, drag 11.55 Peter AVeydert, drag, ..'.•, .. 7.50 Philip Fouarge, labor ... ..... 13.30 Kennedy iBros. Co., assign. .. 75,00 Leo Delperdang. grading .. .. 44.25 Kennedy Bros. Co., assign ... 6Q.OO Arnold Delperdang, labor ., ,. 28,20 Stenstrom, labor 32,50 Clifford Holmes, labor Aug. Harlg, labor 74.65 _ ___ _ p _____ fii ff t 3 SO Gus Rlcnter, labor .'.,".'„•"' " , go'62 Earnest O. Burch, labor . , Studer, labor 45,00 8,46 , 10.00 9.00 16.00 27.6C /-illaa ^ •-•«» | *t^vu» < f « , (> »••* • O,tU Clifford Johnson, labor ... .... 19,65 James Doocy, labor A. J. 'Berens, labor Wm. McMahon, labor ... ... ?' %• i or , da n- labor m.v, L C. Balvance, labor ,, 2.00 Wayne Keith, labor ... ... .... 300 T. R. Cook, labor 3.00 •"-bert H. Bell, labor 8.60 -. J. 'Palmer, labor 10.50 H. R. Bunkofske, labor , 14.40 Struthers Bros., labor 4.80 Eugene Myers, labor 9.09 Joe Kramer, labor ,,, 106( Lyell W. Miller, labor ." .! „ SIM J. A. Roberts, bridge -- fisi.fifl Aft. C. & N, 'w. R'y Co.V rent Bertha <&, Johnson, frt, and express adv ..... Central States Eleo. Co., light Central' State'.' Elec!' 'Co..' 'tight 10,00 10.00 1.00 248 Elmer Kelle?. labor ... B 465 J, as - 0A . Smith Lbr. Co:, sup. .. 17,75 *• s. Norton & Son, sup 2.63 raSfSL 6 . 1 ? , T1 ! un > 1)e >' Co, sup 2.0f JtOI 6.« 2.20 - • --• -»-«» t«.J.ILitp OU1J. IK ... •<*. Wesley Auto Co., sup. A. Peters, sup. ....... 8 sup CUy J m P leni e i »t -"Co., Kent' Motor'Co.,"sup.".'.'." .""'. Tire Service no., SUB. .. T *„„.._. ^,-V. *- gup •;• •• r . Myers, sup. ... ......... Kohlhaas Hdw.i sup ..... .. , . . ..... .. , . Donnelly el al, malnt Proj. No. 26 ' ' 1.60 88.06 U.05 88.75 6.51 14.60 152,20 . . ......... ...... . Clapp's Master Service, sup... 68.81 Arthur Pehrson Hdw.,BUp. ! 7^ t-, s. Johnson, sup ...... ...... 2,21 sup 17.45 T.26 4.2 8.50 . 8.0 4,9 o n *• A J110 l f«on, CHwIlo Olson. , aborii J'";l John Welch r h £l tooren Tr 1 ?,! 0 Dor cnhiish ,, labor .. Tlcnan, labor . , labor Cnrter, Carter, labor ;} labor •:': Lhr. Co., 81m A. E. Michel oner Clyde gweazej-, labor ."""l Clyde aweazey. labor ;."',| Carl Johnson, labor . 1 Floyd Ash, labor ... ..... I WHson Concrete Co., sup' 'I •Hilbert Selvriens, labor I H-K No. 5-S7- " "I Paul Tlenan, labor , H-K No. 2- ' CBotsford Lumber Co., sup " George Gabrlelson, labor „„ 'Harold J. Jacobsen, labor H-K No, 6— Royal Lumber Co., sup. ,.„; Wilson Concrete Co.. suo H-K No. 8- "' ' A. E. Micho!, enffr. ,; Philip Fouargc, labor „ ,„, P-A-K Jt. No. 1- John' Lelnlnger, labor ; Otto Kenrie, labor , A. E. Michel. e ngr ,; Wilson concrete Co., sun J W-K No. 35-S9- Walter Hanson, labor , C. H. Hanson, labor ,1 Trl. 93-131-100— Clarence Nielsen, labor...,! POOR FUND .: Supervisor Dlst. No. 1- • Benedict's Store, prov f Wm. 'Hedrick J2I.W 'Fred Schmidt 3.8 F. Stewart ill Thos. Akre, prov. Mrs. Henty Koch ,, J. H. .Seeer, prov. G. P. Schl- fer , Tlede & Schneider, prov. Mit iGeo. Scrlbner .'..' Wm.. Schultz, rent Mrs. fe' Hedrick Jr Mrs. W. H. 'Ellis, prov, Sctfe ner .« A. W: Jurgens, prov, JW Schneider, clmd. $2.19; «(. lowed ..,'< F, H. Hlntz, prov. Wm, HA rick Jr " Whittemore iFarmers Cry. prov. C. Gunder , L. W. RutledBB, prov. Sank?; family •••", Archie Wilson, sup. G. W . Senator ••"••• Moe & Sjogren, prov. J. FIM R. A. Olark, prov. Otto CollW 1 John Sullies, rent & SaJ" St. Joseph Mercy Hospl hosp. care 'Bessie Mattoon Mrs. J. • L. Devlne, rent I <3isch ; L. E. Hovey, serving nd Ray Olson •' "•; C. S. Johnson, prov, Hei Koch .. •p'o 0 ^'jTO ! .D", i: j Supervisor 'Dlst. No. 2- C. S. Johnson, prov Mrs. Amy Johnson (Mrs. Amy Johnson . , , •Mrs. Van Scoyoc .. .. C, R. Mason •. O. Bakken, transp, I Algona Coop. Cry, Co., piWjl H. Cook '" E. Beard • M. Frandsen •F. Elbert C. 'R. Muson John Helmers .Eugene Meyers iBthel Jones •F. Hansen Amy Johnson Mrs. Neltzel ..... ... H. R. Sorensen & ^°'< r--.. M. C. Frandsen '. Dave Hiisz E. Jones Green's Grocery, prov. W. W. Gillesple J, Knudsen Long's Grocery, prov. . Frank Hanson ... ••• P V Mathlson Moe & 'Sjogren, prov. J, Selfert Mrs. Neitze) ... ••• ••• Bloom's Store, prov. .„ A. Davis •• " Hauensteln .. •/•; ••> ' Mrs. Stedman ", R. A. clai'k, prov. "i ^ lespie Vi'Il'irlrv'v Algona Cooperative fWJ prov '' H. Adams H. Cook •M. Frandsen E, Beard F, Elbert •C. 'R. Mason .. John Helmers B. Meyers Ethel Jones ,Frank Hansen Amy Johnson Mrs. A. Neitzel .... Carney, W JUI, .ft-HUH"""" C ¥ Kr y e^yer; QBonnett boy ••••, M G Bourne, »ec Geo, Gunder •••,'. IB. A, Evans men. » j.^ohlromel .-• ^ n vr«ulmfln ..." A. o. Mary Farm) .Lottie Z«etia»,"jB pry. ja»|«. w^'...-.,-! f M. Franasen •••• „. l -^»r.: : ;:: :>; -;;| T*a«rta OlSOD •'* 1 "** ^.J»

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