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ftrsscray, 20, 1948 4? Births/18 County Deaths For December .Forty-seven new citizens arrived in Kossuth county the past month according to birth certificates filed at the office of Cpurt Clerk Alma Pearson, by attend- ing physicians.' Mrs. Pearson records the births' and files,them with the State B.ureau of Vital Statistics at De$ Moihes. Of the new- babies, 24., were girls and 23 bdys. Two girls and one boy failed to survive. There were 18 deaths recorded by doctors, eight females and ten males. Of the number there were 15 adults who-attained., an average age of 74 years. Eldest citizen was David Pink ST., Who was in his 99th year. Babies for whom certificates were recorded are: Jeffrey Gene Anliker, Algona; Patricia Jo Allen, Algona; Jean a Abbott, AUonaj fcbftald Bufghaf t, Algona; ,«pale, . t Robe<i fiattelt, Titonkajj' Patricia * Ann " ' Plumbing and Vol. 1-No, 46 THE WISE OLD OWL says it looks like this fuel oil shortage.is fixing lp make a lot of folks unhappy and uncomfortable. And the Ivise old owl also says lhat if you are one of the many who has a burner in Ihe sunset of its life, a switch-over lo a good coal stoker might be Ihe thing lo solve your problem. There's no stoker beller lhan a nationally-known Winkler, and we handle Ihem. It does praclically all Ihe work .for you, .gives you even, constant heal, keeps the house clean, and looks mighty nice in the basemenl hilchsd up lo lhal furnace. A picture of one of the newer Winkler automatic stoker models is printed right below. ANOTHER NEW ADDITION AT THE SHOP Last, week we told, you] • about that nifty new bath. room fixture display rack we have hanging on the' wall out here at Irons' shop.l This week, we are going to' tell you about a piece of equipment we just received, called the "Lockformer". It's the slickest rig made for banding metal, making the . seams light, and we have been as tickled over it asj . a kid with his firs.t electric train. If you_ haven't got "" anything~"better to do, slip .out here and watch us band up some ,melal .on our new I: . machine. •; JOKEDEPT. --Papa glared sternly at his young son. "Another bite like that, young man", he said, "and you'll leave the lable." i, ^JSpnny. Ipoked up.JAnoth- , er bite likejh'at", be Agreed, ' "and I'll be finished," A Scotchman upon enter. ing a harness shop asked for a single spur. "What use is. one spur?" asked.the clerk "Well," replied Sandy, "if I can get one side of the horse to go, the other side have to come with it." NEW STUFF; USED STUFF; I GOOD STUFF . Here's this week's bulletin on what has come in. and what we want to sell you. More of those sparkling twin compartment kitchen sinks , were uncrated. We also have a couple of good used items with lots of service >left in 'em. One gas water heater and-one coal water heater, used but in mighty pert condition. You can't tell just what you'll tind out .here at the shop. Drop in on us. THE END OF THAT TIE This is supposed to be a picture of me taking off that loud Christmas tie on Christmas day night. If my friends see that picture they will think I have,been on a diet. Anyway, lhat .lie, is packed away in a good safe place, and someone else will get it next year.. Tuesday, January 20, 19,48 '. Bah,\v,art, W.est^j^pnd"; iJavid 'AI* phoftse ; , Berend^ . Alfdna) Susari Marie . Butler,' Whiltemore; Katharine Ann Chelcjlowski, Al- gbfia; v-pennis • Lee ^Oushman, Burt; Robert John Dreesmah, Algona. - Jeffrey Miller Elgen, Corwith; Dennis Fay Furinemarkf Wesley; Curtis Clair Green, Algona; Janis Kay Garry, Bancroft? Jeanne Carole Green, Algona; John Allen Hoppe, Burt; Donna Marie Hutchison, Burt; Darlene Kay -Heinrieh,; Whittemore. Garry 'Lee tteinen, Corw,ith; Sharon K. t Jones, Corwith; Richard Thomas Kardoes, Swea City; Joyce Audrey Krosch, Elmore; Peggy Lynn Knudsen, Algcina; John Jacob Keller II, Whittemore; Lynn--Marie' Menke, Bancroft; Carol Ann Miller, Algona. Florence Ruth McGuire, Bode; Gloria Jean McVay, Algona; Jerome Raymond McCarthy, Algona; Vicki Rae McConnell, Al- ?ona; Larry Arnold . Newbrough, Lone Rock; Melvin Duane Olson, Lakota; Janet Joan Roepke, Algona. .James Howard Redemske, Algona; ; Gordon ,.Lee Ricks,' Ti. tonka;. Nancy' : Mary: Shillingtpn, Bancroft;,'; Marilyn : Marie iSt. ,John, ; Algona; ; Mary Ann Schneider, • Bancroft; JRichard Lee .Spear, Titonka. .Nancy, Margaret- Schumacher, Whittemore; Ralph Edwin -Tur'if ner, Swea Ci'ty; Alphonse Joseph' ' Victim Of Plane Crash V-ii t SuDii ^Txuociiu^A .„;, Conlf., Labof aM Xltond Ma^R/lhop,""*^' Laiftg & ^uekeycfieplhS, * Freeport Motor' Cas"; ( Ins, Harris Serv,. Ga§ ^-^.-u* R, Htttzell, Gas -_—1*^_ Chron^ Gas _a-—._X__ Express, Expr. ._.....^^ J. W. Helmers, Labor..^ R. Helmers, Labor ..... R. Helmers, Labor . Consolidated Fund J. McGlnnis, salary _.,*_.. A. Boekelman, .salary .:$% 4.56 "18,16 2.70 v 6.25 6.26 '6.26 106.06, 96.03' ' i < 1vi*»' >ri ,".*£* i^*t»w r ' ' '*'*'i"jv"'i /^ *%-' < «f<" >«^>' A ''i-', ,<•)' ,^'tif'f'f \A- 'i $i Sj^jjf'v/i'i^.'* > "^^'t^ti^'f ^%'' i>*' <*' i* OfeMiftV*/»lli«fci««£ 'WM'1feeftW?M¥^^^^^ ,''i.ii'i's'i i^Jsfii i£^w» 4<,;>"^ a&awswto-:;;;-' %gjcj8 ,»% w ji^:i "« 5MK@ffe,|fef!fs>L-^ ;«$Buf aft* IfeeiWMfe <|fi & ^|t:gf> fiffts.Jerfe/TOfel^ii :38.H;' ••Vaske,'; .Bancroft;; John Joseph vaske, Liyermore; Jean Ann" Wood,,; Irvington; ,.Nancy. Jane"' Walker, Whittemore, Martin Eugene Zogg, West, Bend. ,• 'Death certificates were filed for: Ursela Elizabeth Angus, 77, Bancroft; Donald Burghart, iri- fant, Algona; DeForrest L. Driver, 76, Algona; Ann Schallin Dau, 77, • Whittemore; Einer Christian Fauerby, 57, Fenton; Carl G. Hammerstrom, 61, Lone Rock. John Henry.Helmke, 84, Whittemore; .Nellie Hanlon, 73, Aleona; Mrs. Theresa Kollasch, 81, Whittemore; Peggy Lynn Knudsen, 16 days, , Algona; Aeijelt Meyer, 83, Lone Rock; Everett Orin Mann, 84, Burt. David Pink Sr., 98, Buffalo Center; Godfrey Schultz, 63, Whittemore; John Schumacher, 71, Bancroft;. Mary Ann Schneider, 10 days, Bancroft; Geprgena M. Torine, 60, Lakota; Frederick J. Willrett, 74, Algona. 76 More Night School Members Enrollment at the farmers night school here has now reached 186. ; At the first meeting 109 registered and their names were previously printed. Monday's meeting, Jan. 19, was on Commercial Fertilizer Recommendations. New niembers listed by townships are: Union Township v Fred Plumb, Hubert O'Brien, Cliff Bowman, John McNeil, Garman Adams, and Roy Adams. Melvin AH; Pete Arend, Henry Dearchs, C. W. ..Heerdt, Alden Reid. Roy Sarchet, and .Ray mond Vigdal. Burt Township A. C. Hinkley, R. J. Nealy Leonard Dittmer, Art'Groen. Plum Creek Township . Ronald Gardner, John Kain Hollis Benschoter, Cliff Etherington, Stanley Gardner, Edwarc Kain,- Charles Kiley, Bery Priebe, and Tom Sampson. Irvington Township Raymond Harig, Herman Becker, Clarence Siemer, Charles Colwell, A. N. Erpelding, Art Krause, Robert Loss, Elli Mains, Clarence Mawdsley. LuVerne Township F. F. Felt, Alfred Felt, A. A. Schipull. and John Voss. Cresco Township ; A. F. Van Buren, Arthur Glade, and Gary Behrends. Prairie Township J. M. Kunz, Clair Wingert, Charles Brown, Albert Johnson, Lou Lickteig, Charles Nygaard, Do'navan Studer, and Herman Studer. Whiltemore Township Lyle Runchey and Rolland Berman. Wesley Township Theron Hansen, Carl Froelich, Qrval Moore, Luther NygaarlJ* and Gene Schuler. • Greenwood Township Ross Inman and Luke Hamilton. Lolls Creek Cecil Bjustrom, Jim Elmorc, William Hannover, O. V. Harlan and Russell • Walker. ,-- Riverdale Township , Keenneth McCoy. Sherman Township , George E. Vitzthum. r..- Algpna. (City) , G,, S, Buchanan, .Harold Gil more, ..Herm,an- Hauberg, Owen Hurt, W. C. Irelan, Bob Munger D.-, D. Paxson, Lloyd Rouze anc Frank. Huxtable. Pictured above is Edna Mae Sill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Clayton Sill, who was in a fatal plane accident Jan. 12. The plane on i which she was a passenger crashed in the African Belgian Congo. Miss Sill was scrving^her second year as a missionary frt>m the Algona Baptist church. To Send A Girl To Slate Camp Whittemore—A girl to be sent to the Girls State is the project undertaken by the American Legion Auxiliary here it was decided at a meeting last Tuesday evening. Elections will be held in Presentation academy, and Whittemore Public high school to determine their delegate. A drawing by the Auxiliary will deter mine which girl will be lucky enough to receive the trip. Only one girl may go from any town. Three students from Presentation academy will compete in the oratorical contest sponsored by the Post, they afe Darene Thul Helen Reding, and Marion Fandel. > Whittemore Pubjic school heh a preliminary contest on Monday Those who remain eligible for the next round are as follows: Oratorical, Eileen Maahs, Eugt'ne Maahs, Willis Maahs, Vernita Zumach, and Alvin Schmeling, Dramatic, Beverly Shipler, Dorothy Ostwald, Doris Rochleau, and Ruth Braatz; Humorous, Dorothy Quinn, and Lloyd Kramer. Interpretive Reading, Jeane Weinhold, Elaine Meyer, Radio Speaking, Carol Schmeling, Doris Rochleau, and Doris Volk. Final contents will be held Jan. 27. ... ~hudsett> Salary ^_ 81,8' P. -Helmers, salary ..... J. Bahr, salary '.„ j V, Kellner, Salary !.».,.._ 74.28 l&. Si Bk., Tax „, 89,20' Social Sec., Tax -_„., 13.26 Gfcenberg, Reprs. .,...__ v ,3.97 Cities Serv,, Mater t _..,,._ 128,04 ~ ~ " -6,00 P.13 ^. Bradley Brfls\j Reprs, ... Dan Garage? Serv. *.:.-_ '" . «. , CV Poftart!, salary" fii '§"a*lafy -A 1 H. tJreeft , R FbSs GO.J wiatenai A.. Mast Erid Foundry', Mat . 80.00 CoyJSng. i4s.«^..^6.|] 6.. Material a^j ' ' i.« efial 220.32 R. HutzeTl, daV.lZI... , S.71, fife Mdiflii^^ufld ", t-Kohl, salar^ J.LI*...-,. ig.tiO la. .Eleci.'-.SupV Matef. * 37,49 i c < ,A. . 5.00 Od«» 2i-Tni§ l/LUiiiciiiv>G onqAX effect and -b's)' iH : fef«5e JroWl ! Passed > Srtd, .a^Nwed '.this • 26th day of ' AbAttbARLSO^""' ' ,. . , City*Clerk. CITY BILLS • December 2(3, l'947 The Council met in adjourned session; May Harris, Herbst, Brown, Hutchins and Sprague. Taylor was absent. A building permit was approved for W. T. Pilcher. A cigarette permit was granted to Carl Dahlhauser. - '• The Mayor was authorized to sign contracts with S. E. Noland and Heinie Fisher for supplying electric energy to their premises located near but outside of the corporate limits of the City o Algona. j, , The following bills were allowed: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk Appropriating Ordinance No. 707 An Ordinance appropriating monies to certain persons therein named. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: Section 1. That the following sums are hereby appropriated to be paid to the persons hereinaftei named. CHISEL THE SOIL AND KNIFE WEEDS IN ONLY ONE OPERATION With the Exclusive, Patented Graham Combl- nation Chisel and Knlfs Attachment. Fully adjustable to any depth. Knives overlap enough to cut all vegetation. 10 Ft. Plow 34 Ft. Plow All Sirc»..,8 to 34 Feel THE PlOW THAT SAVES THE SOIL 10. MC AD VANTAGES I. DoubUl Sub-Soil Molllur. v 3. Pr«v«nll Sail Blowing a.JVsv.ntl Iroilon by Wafer 4. 1 kullf to ton a Llfdlm* 5, Stir-Sharpinlng Chli.li 6. No lido Drift Manufactured by The GRAHAM-HOEME PLOW CO., INC P. 0. Box.JOSO; •:.. Amarillo, Texas' 7. Ixlrn Light Droll 8. Nothing to Or«ol« ». Culi Plowing Com In Holl 10. Plow! all Typ.l of Land without Adjuttmtnti 2 USED FARM TRUCKS 1935^CHEVROL6T L.W.B. Truck with 14 ff, flat box winch. 1934 PLYMOUTH ' Pick-up Tr.oek,-usable-and very cheap, You can buy these trucks for about the same price you would pay" for, a,good Tubber-tired wagon and box. You get the power unit* plus at no extra cost to, you. See us right away for'a good used., farm .truck. ' . IHC F30 TRACTOR '< l~ On rubber. Overhauled. Painted. ' -• ,. M,M STANDARD TRACTORr-3^PLOW ASK FOR FREE FOLDER AND DEMONSTRATION 1ST CARLOAD OF 22 PLOWS * ALL SOLD OUT! "- Another Half-Car Due to Arrive Soon JB *>c Apr, 1 At a meeting, of the Algona city council,, last Thursday evening, that governing b.ody rescinded its suspension of the. beer permit for the Hotel AlgP.na, effective next Aprjl 1. . E.. A. .Boss, hotel .owner, was repre.sen,te4 by, twp ; local attorneys- in the.. .matter.; -The lawyers pointed out that ?oss had received np notice of .the impending action, anel that . he ; ha4 also transferred the manager: of 4he local hotel. The' pin§;,Bpom will not sell beer, however, before April 1. ,. J^'Mf Bedm,ond is the new manager of the Hotel Algona. He cpmes h_ere .from- ploomington, 111. He is jparriecl and has a dayghter, ag.e 12,. .He is no strang- ev tq the- hotel business, having beep in |t to$ Jpany years. wAiff £p~g '4wifa.M8vi.t8.' Electric Fund L. Bollock, salary $ F. Dailey, salary C. Wright, salary W. Ludwig, salary E. Graham, salary P. Newsome, salary J. Reynolds, salary J. Hardgrove, salary H. Mulhes, salary A. Hill, salary -I. Stephonson, salary . Webb, salary II i. Dunn, salary i. Hedrick, salary 1_ !. Pollard, salary_ '.. Kohl, salary __' A. Carl, salary i. Passmoro, salary __ la. St. Bk., tax I Social Sec., tax Diesel Serv. Co., Fuel __ 1 Fulton, Mdse. Honan-Crane, Mdse. West. Elec. Sup., Mdse. Ingersol-Rand, Mdse. __. Terry-Burin, Mdse. ___ Northland Elec. Sup. Mdse. Warren Elec., Mdse. la. Elec. Sup., Mdse. Globe Mach. & Sup. Mdse Pratt Elec. Appl., Mdse. Algona Mach. Shop., Reprs. H. Post, Frt. Express, Expr. Arnold Motor, Reprs. Moe's Skelly Serv., GasI Algona Creamery, Gas_ Dutch's, Serv. __ R. Hutzell, Gas I jreenberg, Mdse. ' Blossom Ins., Ins. ?hnschilles, Mdse. Wodern Cleaners, Serv. Upper D. M., Print _i.._ Advance, Print 1 ' ...:'.... E. Milieu, Reprs, Addressograph, Reprs, _ Western Union, Serv. Water Fund J. Barton, Salary ". Ostrum, salary i. Gerber, salary 1. Barton, salaiy 2. Pollard, salary . Kohl, salary "". Morgan, salary ..Mitchell, salary a. St. Bk., Tax . ocial Sec. Tax ,* lobe Mach. & Sup., 99.97 120.42 C1.15 107.87 ioa.90 85^40 85.40 63.32 79.62 93.60 97.85 89.65 82.44 13G.70 09.50 105.90 79.62 142.50 17.04 ,539.99 30.7 141.90 26.93 82.2Q 570.90 OH6.3J 95.35 210.38 5.20 115.45 17.81 42.47 6.03 .61 8.55 5.02 2.25 3H.OJ 3.82 86.29 1.20 1.25 23.00 37.54 1.50 6.78 111.3? 96.02. 91.82 61.15 40.00 30.00 25.00 85.70 31.30 4.84 SMALLrSIZE CYLINDER CORN SMELLERS DE LAVAL MILKERS AND SEPARATORS 10 rrnoT orii . ,'\ • ?;•-..,< .•,•«•<• ••,}•,i -:i, -i GEHL BLOWER ;F0R 40 FT! SILO <V 2 H.P., 34 & 2 Hj P. ELECTRIC MOTORS NEW EXCHANGE, MOTOR FOR B OR C INTERMEDIATE SECTIoiMS WITH CHAIN FOR NEW IDEA AND LITTLE GIANT ELEVATORS NEW IDEA OVERHEAD WAGON HOISTS TRACTOR CABS FOR ALL TRACTORS I (Price these before you buy) TANK HEATERS HEATED HOG WATERS FANNING MILLS BALE LOADERS FARM'CEMENT MIXERS LAND ROLLERS DAIRY WATER HEATERS 12, 14 AND 16 FT. GATES ELEVATOR SPEED JACKS POST HOLE DIGGERS ELEVATOR HOISTS 2 WHEEL .TRAILERS ELEVATOR CRADLES HAMMERMILLS & BELTS STOCK WATER TANKS mery IHC 2-14 PLOW ROCK ISLAND 2-16 PLOW TANK HEATERS BURR MILLS HAMMERMlLLS IHC 14 FT, DISC NEW J. D. DUMP RAKE GOOD LATE MODEL RUBBER-TIRED AUTO STEER WAGON IHC 6-FOOT HORSE MOWER LESS THAN LEAR OLD PICK-UP ATTACHMENT FOR GLEANER COMBINE IHC F,30 TRACTOR ON RUBBER ^ Vz H,Pi ELECTRIC MOTOR NO, 10 J. D. PICKER OMC MOTOR AND TRANSMISSION NEW METHOD MANURE LOAPER . GARDEN TRACTOR WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS LET BRADLEY BROS. DO YOUR REPAIR WORK { NOW % ^ V If You Do It Now, You Won't Have To" ' / "Wait Your turn" Next Spring > Get .your Spring machinery and tractor repair .work and.tun-s ing up done now, while bur shop can give you the very^best'," of seryice, ,We are equipped in the Bratlley Bros.; shop to do! any repair job from simple we|ding Jo major overhaul and re-'"/, building. The Spring, work season will be here before we 5 -' '" , i know it. B Phone us or see us now for a, repair schedule on sUchr" / * ' jobs as welding, aligning, parts replacement, painting, etc.i" We, will caHJor and deliver, your tractor to .your, farm oftert repairs are made. i f . Mr Schedule Your Work With Us Now! J . , • , F . Hammer Mills and Burr Mills / .-••• A Good Line Of Us4d;MiU$Ori Hand f ^will pay forlhernselves quickly out on ypur iTig a real CIOSI.OUT PRICE on them fpr.a limited time,Grinding all your feed will „certainly pWit you at prment*'-! prises of feed, ,1 SiE US FOR GOOD USED .TRACTOR TIRiS AT;BARf A»N PRICES Allis Chalmers :^±_mi:^:-fe«t

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