The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1942 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 14, 1942
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

The AJgdtta tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 14.1042 MONOXIDE GAS IN LAKOTAHOME BROUGIfT ILLS tLakotd! JWtr. arid MM. Chas. Eg- Kerth drove to Rochester, Minn., for some repairs for the tractor last week Mdnda.V and wberi thoy teame home about 10 p. m. that night they found.the doors and windows of theliouae all open and the child* rett all sick* Inquiry found that ' the exhaust pipe on the engine that operates their farm light plant wn.i broken and the caroon monoxide gas had filled the house. The en* glne had been started early In the afternoon and as the gas has no odor Betty didn't know what caused her headache and all the 'other children had headaches when they " stayed in the house for a time so Edward investigated and found the leak In the pipe and opened tho doors before serious Illness resulted. Charles- Eggerth trucked" 250 sheep to Albert Lea last'week for sale on -the market. Mrs. J. A. Barger, the Key. N. R Grote arid little Donald Inlay were on the sick list last week. Tho Presbyterian church women served their spring supper Thursday-evening and cleared around $55. Beginning Wednesday night, the Lakotft stores will be open for business during the summer month's. Betty Ley, who Is employed In DCS Molnes, spent last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley. ", The grade school operetta, "The V Moon Maiden" will be held at the school auditorium, April 17, with Miss Slteels In'charge. ' Seeding is about completed hi this vicinity but some farmers say their fields are much more wet than they had expected. .The ttev. and Mfe. N,• ft tirote took acvhral girls from Ledyard to the young people's rally at Lake Mills last week Monday night. Ruth Werlek, who formerly lived hefe but la now living with an aunt at Truman, Minn., spent last week visiting the Charles Eggerths. Three car loads of Lalcota men drove to !\>rt Dodge Thursday for the exhibition baseball game between thfc Ctibs and White Sox big league teams. Mesdames Carl' G'erzema and Chris Amusson attended the funeral of little Elmer Martin Steelier, Who died at the Buffalo Center hospital April 4th following a short Illness. The Steclters are cousins of Mrs. Gerzema. Mrs. Samuel Warburton was the hostess to the Methodist Woman's society at her home last week Wednesday afternoon for the monthly business meeting. Plans were made and committees were named for the Brotherhood meeting to be held here April 20th. v Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ogren attended the funeral of Mrs. Ogren's mother, Mrs. Joseph Roller, at Bancroft last week Wednesday morning. Others attending from here were Earl's mother, Mrs. Anna Ogren, her sister, Mrsj Ivor Iverson, and Mrs. Jerry Heetland. Wallace Peterson was host to the Lakota 4-H boys' club last week Wednesday evening. Roll call was Noxious Weeds. "What Should I Feed a Dairy Calf" was discussed by Edward Eggerth; "Care of Milk Utensils'" by Wallace Peterson. County Club Agent Meade was present to help the boys with their discussions. •. Donnell Erdman left Thursday for a Texas camp, where she will visit her friend, Jack Robinson, of Cor- wlth. .QUARTERLY STATEMENT, SUMMARY QF PROCEEDINGS Algona Independent School District School District of Algona Independent, Township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the quarter ending March 31, 1942. Summarized Proceedings Pertaining to Financial Blatters and Expenses of Previous Quarter Balance in 'both funds Dec. 31, 1942 $34905.19 Receipts during Juarter .... 599.56 $35504.75 Disbursements , during Quarter ,. 23790.80 Balance March 31, 1942 ....$11713.95 General Fund—Disbursements Advance Publishing Oo $-31.79 Algona Pood Market 3.53 Algona Ice Cream Factory.... 4.80 Sorensen Urocery > 31.68 Southwestern Publishing Co. 43.20 Mrs. Anna Button • 10.79 Treasurer of State of Iowa 14.40 Thorpe Wood & Iron- Works 22.00 Wallace Homestead 1.63 Walsh Efectric Service 22.90 Harry Ward 7.40 Webb Publishing Co 1.80 Webster Publishing Co 5.59 W. M. Welch Mfg. Co 30.93 H. W. Wilson Co 4.00 W. G. Woodward ...„ i 1.03 Youngman Music s Co. ..i 28.80 Total $6787.53 Salaries „ .". 17,003.27 /" v ___ — Total Expenditures .$23,790.80 I, Leora St. John, Secretary of Algona Laundry * .' 70.98 the aht>ve named School District, Algona Upper Des Moines .... 14.49 do hereby certify that this report, W. D. Alien: Mfg. Co.' , 25.87 pages 1 and 2 is a true and correct American Education Press.... 35.19 statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending March'-31, 1942. LEORA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me htis llth day of April, A. D., American Publishing Co.' .... 2.55 George Banwart r". 13.00 Barker Drug Co. 10.05 Ezra'Blanchard .' 18.75 Bjustrom's '....', 16.84 A. H. Borchardt 2.11 Botsford. Lumber Co 31.08 Brodhead-Garrett 13.19 Browns • Dairy: .: 43.06 Mrs,.-AUan^grunflon v;..:..,^,..., .2.00 Bur. Educa. Research ........ 63.05 Chrischilles Store ...............::... 7.64 Chrlstensen Machine Co 1.36 City of Algona i 630.12 , Coast to Coast 2.54 Consumer's Research 1.32 "Cowan Bldg. Supply 1.'46 C.. A. Crocker 143.50 Decker Brothers 9.«< Demco Library Supplies .... 9.30 Ditto Inc 1.89 Dutch's Super Service t 1,74 Mrs'. Walter Edwards 251.00 Finnell System ..' 244.87 John Foth ..... ,. 43.30 Frye-Mfg. Co 21.00 Funk & Deim 54.62 Mrs. W. K. Ferguson ••' 12.00 General Biological Supply .. 24.71 Mrs. E. A. Genrich V. 2.00 Gregg Publishing Co 7.52 Krs. John Haggard 7 32.00 Hawoott fi; Ogg '. 3.14 D. C. Heath & Co 34.08 Riner Helmers •• 2.60 H. S. Activity Fund 19264 M. J. Holdren .. 5.00 Hood's Grocery 9.41 Hopkins Sporting Goods 95.68 Informative Classroom Picture Publications' 29.86 P. R. Irons ; 49,48 " Iowa Band Instrument Service 35.75 Iowa Pupils Reading Circle '.. K. D. James .:.' 4.40 C. S. Johnson 14.49 Junior Literary Guild ...- 1.31 Keystone Envelope Cb 15.44 Keystone View 5.49 Kohlhaas & Spilles 34J50 Gordon Kuhn 20.00 Laing & Muckey 9.20 Alonzo Leach .' 83.89 J, B. Llppincott 35.54 Long's Studip ^ 4.00 Lorlng Supply , ,' 5.4S Lowe & Campbell ....,..: 12.94 Lusby & Giossl 19.28 Marshall & Swift 36.45 Mrs. E, C. McMahon i, 12.00 C. R, McVeigh : .". 22.50 Herbert Merrill r. 40.00 Metropolitan Supply Co. 69.97 Mid -Bell Music Qo. ,....., 4.18 Midland Chemical Co, 28.54 Mrs. H. w.-Miller ..„...; loo.oo Milton-Bradley do 5.25 Modern Dry Cleartera ........:,. 34.41 Mrs. Evelyn Moore ................ 11.26 Art Moulds ...., , 1.80 Multi-Sharp Co. '.,,.~ „,.. 8-36 Nat'l Education Awn, ....... 7.76 Nut'l Maintenance „.....,„,.- 116.W V, V, -Naudajjn .?., 2410,88 N. W. Bell Telephone 62.§9 F. S. Norton & Son : 68.18 LUVERNE, PLANS IMPROVEMENTS iLuVerne Cemetery Association met Thursday afternooft and plahs were made for the improvement of the cemetery during the summer. The attendance was small due to the 1 busy season on the farms, some 20 women being present. A social hour with a .covered dish luncheon followed the business meeting. Hostesses for the May meeting are Mrs. Archie Sanford, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Jos Schultz, "Mrs. Marie.Stod^ dard and Mrs. Helena Stripling. • Mrs. H. D. Meyers, Algona, visited LuVern'e frfends Thursday evening. •Mr. and Mrs. B< H. Gardner received word of the birth raf a daughter to their son and his wife, Dr. and Mrs. Mllo Gardner, at LaFollette, Tenn. /The Methodist W. S. C. S. circles will meet Wednesday afternoon, Circle 1 with Mrs. Emil Anderson, 2 with Mrs. O< A. Eggleston an r l 3 with Mrs. Lloyd Larson, with Mrs. Ted Johnson assisting hostess. •The Humboldt County Achievement Day was held last Wednesday at Hupiboldt. There were a large number of representatives from Lu- Verne and Vernon townships south of LuVerne and both achieved high honors. The J. J. club met Friday for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Harold Sorensen with the Mesdames Paul PJiillips, Archie Sanford, Elmer Hunt and Irvln Chapman assistant hostesses. Following a two course luncheon, bridge was played at four tables with Mrs Harry Lichty winning high score Mrs. George Tiede second high anc Mrsi Archie Sanford, low. Two nev members, Mrs. Walter Hefti am Mrs. Andy Neilson were present The next meeting will be April 2' iwith Mrs. Tiede. LuVerne Community Youth to Give Play The LuVerne Community Youth will present a three act comedy entitled ."Mitzi Mixes In" to be given Wednesday evening, April 15th, at the LuVerne high school gym starting at 8 -p. m. Ted. Lowell, playboy,' Rlcharc (Dick) Smith; Her^ry Hartman, his uncle, Gerald Johnson; Oliver Martin, his friend, Kenneth Sorensen; Danny Perry, his brother-in-law Arthur Boetjcher; Polly Lowell, his wife, Evelyn Van Court; Etta Martin, Oliver's wife, Eleanor Sawyev; Mitzi, a French maid, Doris Hintz; Dixie Barber, Polly's friend, Mary Dlmler; Zizi, from the Golden Peacock, Mary Alice Bigings. 1U42. (Seal) 15 D. C..HUTCHISON, Notary. .1RMSTRONG NEWiil g Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson are visiting relatives in Marshalltown. Frank Pqxtqn I«br. Co .,.. Peete-Hardware & Topis ••'-, Petty. q«sl» 87.62 6.93 Pink Supply cp, ...-.»,,. ......... , ...... 40,34 Louis Plant? ........... * ................. 9.00 Post Pray & Transfer ....... ,.... 6,34 Op, ------- ....... ' «eyn«|J & Ghemjoa! Co J. L, Richardson Hardware .... Tfceo, B> NOTICE OP HUAIUNG ON ESTABLISHMENT OF I'HOI'OSKU I , SECONDARV ItOAO NO. 887 Notice Is hereby given that there lias been filed In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a petUlon for the estabJIsh- ment of a dlsti-lct for surfacing the following described secondary road: ..„ Beginning at the Northwest corner of Section 22 Towr-.shlp 90 Range 28 (Plum Creek Twp.) and running thence South (1) mile. Said road to be surfaced with grav«l. Said district to Include the following described real estate- Owner Description , Sec. Twp. Range Anna M. Schlck et al SBU V • •• 21 86 28 Harry J. Bode /, SW»4 T NE>4 Lola B. Dreesman SBU NEW & N> Aetna Life Ins. Co NAV \ ~..:...".', 22 Mike and Louis Smith S\V% " " ' Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In the Court House In Algona. Iowa, at) 8:00'o'clock a. m. on the Bth day of May, 1942, at which time all persons! Interested therein may appear and be heard In the matter. . • Dated at Algona,' Iowa, this 1st day of April, 1942. 14-15 E. S. KINSEY, County Auditor. NOTICE OF HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED SECONDARY - ROAD NO. SOO Notice is hereby given that there has been filed In th« office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a petition for the establishment of a district for surfacing the following described secordary road: Beginning at the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NW>i) -of Section 3 Township 95 Range 28 (Plum Creek Twp.) and running thence South One (1) mile. ~ Said road to be surfaced with gravel. Said district to Include the following described real estate: Owner • Description • Sec. Twp. Ran ire Roscoe Mawdsley ., W% ,> 3 96 2S Freda Homann .NV4 NEW " " " Ida L. & Thomas C. Wilson ..S% NB% " •" " ISmma Mark , ..SEU ex. 20.02 A '...." " " Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors lit their office In the Court House In Algona. Iowa, ab'9:00 o'clock a. m. on the 5th day of May, 1942, at which time all persons interested therelr may appear and be heard in the matter. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 1st day pf April, 1942. E, S. KINSEY. 14-15 . County Auditor >Lyde Irwln .of Chicago visited pvef the Week end at the parental R* R. Imvin hoftie." Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Willson visited over the week end at the home of relatives In St.| Paul. Mr. 1 and Mfa. A. J. Bos worth en- talnved the H. B. five hundred club at their home Wednesday evening. (Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Helgason and family were Sunday supper guests at the Lester Jensen home near Seneca. Mrs. Melvin Nelson of Molitve, '111., Is visiting at the home of hi. son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen and Judy. (Mrs. J. M. Thorson was hostess to the Wednesday club at her hom< Wednesday afternoon. The club discussed Russian history after which a lunch was served. Mr, and Mrs. lEarl Theesfield were accompanied to Cedar Falls Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch of Ringsted. They visited in tin Hillard Theesfield home there. Mr. and Mrs< Henry Irrriiter, Jerry, Julius and Joan, were Sunday dinner guests at the parental J. W. Bollig home near Seneca. Others present were the Bolligs' two daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger of Algona. Announcements have been received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Josten of West 'Des Moines. Mr. Josten formerly was the band instructor in the school here. The little fellow has been named Robert Eugene and weighed seven and one-half pounds at birth, on March 23rd. The Methodist mission board ha.t received announcement of the release of 10 Methodist missionaries who have been Interned for two months in Wuhu, China. Miss Jessie Wolcott of Spirit Lake, who it; well known here, was among the ten missionaries who returned to their mission stations. Miss Wcl cottTs brother, Rev. J. D. Wolcott had charge of the Methodist church here several years ago. Emmet Trees defeated Marti i Anderberg for mayor in the recen' election here. Mr< Trees had 3! votes to Anderberg's 112. George W. Peterson, George Korrect an< Peter Richardson were re-electee councilmen. C. I. Smith and Dr W. J. Morsch were the two nev councilmen named. Floyd S. Manoi was unopposed and was reelectei treasurer. Wm< F. Fuller,, assessor, and D. A. Fitzgfbbons, parl' commissioner, were reelected, unopposed. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, (KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4890 in District Court, March Term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to ba the last Will and Testament of Kate Aman, deceased, dated November 21, 1941, having been filed, opened and read, Saturday, •the 2nd day of May, 1942, is fixed for hearing proof of same at tht Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court <of sfiid County, or the Clerk of said Court; and al 10 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument shoulc not be probated and allowed aa and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April i, 1942. .J ' KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk lof District Court. 'By T. HOLTZBAUER, Deputy. . L. A. Winkel, atty. 14-15-1G NOT1CI3 OF HEARING ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED SECONDARY ROAD NO. BOO Notice Is hereby given that there has been'filed In the office of th< County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a petition for the establish incut of a district for surfacing the following described secordary road Beginning at the Southeast corner of Section 1 Township 96 Range 29 (Union Twp.) and running thenm West One (1) mile, thence South One half (H) mile, thence West One-half (%) mile. Said road to be surfaced with gravel. , Said district to include the following described real estate: Owner •> Description - Sec. Twp. Rangi Kenneth & Mabel Strayer NH SBU 1 96 1l Thomas O. Godden . ,.S% SB% " " "oyd Duncan SWW ..,, , " " ' ..Freeman SEW 2 iqqultabfe Life Assur. SOc, . .NB& 11 " Jens Sorensen NJ* SB'4. & SE?4 SBV •• " " ' H, N, Sarchett SW% SB% ,.,. ~,... " Ruth Bstep NWS ., J2 " ' Henry. lielken NBC .... Ruth Estep , ...W 5» A BV Ruth EJatep ..W-tt SW?4 . ... Ada Helen Vogel ..E13.5A SE^ SWU L, A. Crulkaljank ........... B 18.5A NB%SW% .,,..." Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervls- ors at their vpfflce In the Court Hopse In Algona, Iowa, at/9:00 o'clock a. rn. on the Bth day of May, 1942, at which time all persons Interested therein may appear and be heard In the matter. Pated at Algona, Iowa, this 1st day of April, 1943. „ . H. S. KINSEV, '*» County Auditor. ..... SW>4 SOc site Lord Baltimore TWEED-TEX White, blue, tan, gray StlorSle, FRIDAY an(T SATURDAY only!' AS IONO AS THEY IAST 6 cadet in box PKISCIUA FLORAL JQILU SOAP Soft creamy lathef males a most de- Kghtful cleanser for any skin. Delicate old colonial fragrance so popular.- NOTION Notloe IB hereb County AudUor ment at a district for surfacln reby given that there has been filed In the. office of th? of Kossutt- Cpunty. Iowa, a petition for the establish- A1 -- *-••--- — r — •• Pe xap SHAVINfi HELM AT 1' SALE PRICES 29« site Klenio CREAM 6ent|em*a't TA1.6UM PQWP15R 3fn.est 3rneat OalM Stftte of Iowa, eler Schmlt . «WO Size Uvwdtr ilie Ptrm«d*at RAIOR lOc tbt Rtwll STYPTIC 30$ .iw RBM)| ioj OVMMtlli ••••• • « * f • • t thojlc Chu>oh Biyerftaje Tp (be Board of Hupervls- gwa, at 9:00 o'clock a, in Interested tliere atter. y flf April,. 9B»l9W9, il Iwner Said road to be "surfaced with gravel. Said district to Include the following described, real estate: f^iSofisr E*"g**Y^' j. ?*• "• -'•"I 1' ' '__ • -"-_•" *-i " ' •• Socrtt, Forwrnan Ipjofe CJp, .... 6«?»rlty'_8tftte ~ ' Mn, " Sfo«fr«> Official Publication There will be a convention of school Presidents of the Various School Districts of Kossuth County, State :of Iowa, held at the Court House of said County, on the 12th day o{ May, A. D., 1942, at 10 a. m. for the purpose of electing a County Superintendent of Schools and three members of the County Board of Education, as provided by Sections 4098-4120, Code 1939. ' The Rural Independent School Districts will hold their various meetings as follows: Buffalo Dist. 7, Buffalo Dlst. 8 and Buffalo Dlst. 9 at Buffalo No 8 ischoolhpuse. (Harrison Dist. 2 and Harrison Dist. 3 at Harrison No. 2 schoolhouse. Seneca Dist. 7 .and Seneca Dist. 9 at Seneca. NIO 9 schoplhouse. On April 25, 1942, at 10 o'clock a. m, '• ' E. S; KINSEY, 15 County 'Auditor. Council Minutes March 26, 1942. Regular meeting held at City Hall with Mayor and all members present. Dr. L. W. Fox took oath of office as councilman, The minutes of last meeting read and approved. Cigarette permit granted tb Stella Hungerford. Mayor Overrriyer's bond was approved. Fourteen special police or vigilantes were appointed by the mayor. H. M. Harris was appointed weed commissioner for this year. City employes salaries for the coming year were fixed as follows: C. U Pollard .$ 300.00 Geo. Bellock ._ 155.00 F. C. Dailey 155.00 Tom Halpm 150.00 Walter Gorman 3.50.00 C. C. Wright . 130.00 Ray Barton 130.00 H. E. Stephenson . 145.00 Harold Roth 150.00 Adah Carlson 160.00 Ira Kohl 120.00 Chester Webb . 110.00 Harry Barton 150.00 Frank Ostrum 145.00 Earl Bowman _ 130.00 Laura Mitchell 130.00 Joe Dunn _ 110.00 A. R. Moulds 145.00 Cecil McGinnis 130.00 Tim O'Brien 130.00 Alvis Hill 105.00 Jess Lashbrook 155.00 Elliott Skilling 155.00 John Helmers ._ 90.00 Oliver Bakken _ 90.00 Chas. Harvey 90.00 Geo.- Dettman 30.00 Mrs. Collinson 20.00 Appropriating Ordinance No. 569 was passed and approved. ELECTRIC FUND L. M. Bellock, salary and overtime 78.75 F. C. Dailey, salary and overtime ___' 99.69 Tom Halpin, salary and overtime 77.80 Walter Gorman, salary and overtime .._ 74.20 C. C. Wright, salary and overtime '_ 65.00 Earl Bowman, salary s and overtime 74.00 Wm. O. Ludwig 61.50 Alvis Hill, labor 50.00 Ray Barton, salary 32.50 H. E. Stephenson, salary and overtime 68.70 Chester Webb, salary and overtime 51.00 Frank Ostrum, salary _ 14.57 Joe Dunn, salary and overtime 20.00 H. S. Roth, salary and overtime 73.75 C. U. Pollard, expense. 93.73 Ira Kohl, salary 40.00 Adah Carlson, salary __ 75.00 Fulton Iron Works, mdse. 1398.50 Pet. Prod., gas, oil 872.64 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight 706.10 Soc.-Vac. Oil Co., oil __ 175.57 Cowan & Son, on contract 450.00 Homan Crane Corp., on contract 837.49 The Sharpies Corp., repairs 6.24 Crane Co., mdse 17.99 Globe Mach. & Sup., mdse. 27.34 Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. __ 33.60 North. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. 15.60 -W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 9.61 Lew Bonn Co., mdse. __• 3.09 Mall. Iron Range Co., mdse. _ j. &„ Pratt Elec. Co., mdse. _. Algona Laundry, service H. W. Post, freight —^ R'y Expr. Agency, express „_ Moore's DX Station, gas Harris Bros., gas Super Serv., gas Johnson DX Serv., gas_ F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Lumber Co., & Spilles, Botsford mdse. Kohlhaas mdse. Laing &• Muckey, mdse. Albert Hagg, labor _.^_ M. F. Amfahr, mdse. — Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service Cresco Union Elec. Co., signs Norton Machine Works, mdse. : WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary and overtime Frank Ostrum, salary and overtime Joe Dunn, salary and overtime Ray Barton, salary C. U. Pollard, salary ... . Ira Kohl, salary Laura Mitchell, salary._ Roy Hagg, labor George Palmer, labor __ Elec. Dept., fuel oil Wallace Tiernan Sales on contract McKesson & Robbins, mdse. —_ Funk & Deim, mdse. __ R'y Exp. Agency, exp.__ Leighton Sup. Co., mdse. Dutch's Super Ser., repair Harris Brothers, gas GENERAL FUND A. R. Moulds, salary Cecil McGinnis, salary _ Tim O'Brien, salary — J. W. Neville, rent N. W. Bell Tel., serv. „ Dutch's Super Serv., gas Park's Super Serv., gas Walter Klamp Super Serv., gas Harris Bros., gas Jesse Lashbrook, salary Elliott Skilling, salary- Oliver Bakken, salary. _ John Helmers, salary __' Chas. Harvey, salary ._ C. S. Johnson, mdse. -_ Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. McCormick - Deering, mdse. Pratt Elect. Co., mdse. _ C. A. Heard, repairs ._ Electric Fund, mdse. — Kent Motor Co., repairs Moore.s DX Service, gas A. V. Larson, gas John DX Station, gas.. Harris Bros., gas Matt Parrott & Sons, mdse. W. W. Sullivan P. M., box rent _.., P. T. Goldsmith, refund- Mrs. A. M. Collinson, 30.86 73.91 11.50 36.28 .49 2.78 11.86 8.72 7.64 18.40 2.96 11.57 1.80 23.84 12.24 11.26 19.08 5.33 52.16 78.40 50.00 37.20 32.50 30.00 15.00 60.00 12.37 11.92 21.32 1215.00 salary _.^__ . Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent— Geo. Dettman, salary „., J, F. Overmyer, salary, mayor H. L. Gilmore, salary, ' treas. Dr. J. N. Kenefick, salary health officer ... W. E. Hawcott, 30 council meetings H. M. Harris, 37 council meetings . Frank Kohlhaas, 35 council meetings -— J. F. Overmyer, 35 council meetings L. S. Bohannon, 32 council meetings Alwin Huenhold, 30 council meetings SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary- Joe Dunn, salary Frank Ostrum, salary _ George Palmer, labor _ F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 20.00 26.00 30.00 25.00 40.00 50.00 30.00 37.00 / / 35.00 35.00 32.00 30.00 17.50 4.50 5.63 11.00 31.94 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND 160.00 166.65 3.70 124.80 Passed and a ! day of MafcHi. J. P. OVfeftMYfift, ADAH CARLSON* » City Clfefk. Algona Fire Co., service Hooker Sup. Co., mdse. H. W. Post, freight Algora Ins. Agency, ins. Kossuth Motor Sales, repairs 66.03 Johnson DX Service, gas 2.64 Skelly Oil Co., gas 5.81 DEPOSIT FUND Paul Goldsmith et al,re-* fund __ 100.00 IOWDI new itrtomlirnr (he MontroM Hotel li 16 lh« everyday hotel what a De!iel-0ewer*d fllon* of lh« rails b to an aid > aihloned wood burner, It's hew throughout, from flojpole to flasilonei. New Java Room Coffee Shop, Hutdle and Halter Inn and Food Fountain Room will pleat* and delight you. HOTtl Mitt, MQNTROSt A FRESH START STOP AT A HOTEL THE AMERICAN HOTEL ASSOCIATION Of THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA Mot* than 5000 hotels on the continent and in nearby territories, representing the seventh largest industry, allied for service and progress. 67.50 60.00 60.00 10.42 5.21 17.04 11.17 8.10 12.02 73.50 72.50 42.50 42.50 42.50 1.74 4.05 33.29 53.15 .32 8.21 6.45 - 3.01 33.26 16.12 12.66 3.92 1.33 16.54 .75 18.75 Pipsl-Coli It mid*, only by Pipsl-Coli Company, Lont Island City, N. Y. Authorized Bottler: Pepsi Cola Bottling Company of Fort Dndge REMEMBER THE DRUG STORE FOR: BEST VALUES IN TOWN K. D. JAMES 4 BIG DAYS WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY C TORY NEARER Bouquet Romee" SOAP Ideal for home guest use. Fine quality. Delightful odor. lOc size cake ASPIRIN Quick dependable relief for simple headaches and the discomfort of minor aches of colds, etc. 49c Bottle of 100 sizej 2 for SOc 25c Tin of 36 size 2 for 2Oc I Old Faihioned ftawtrt FACE POWDER Vitamin A B D G Capsules $1.65 pig. of 50 size 2 l»r $ 4 Vilamini in Ihit ONE CAPSUIC Ml 31 ANTISEPTIC ** SOLUTION Mi 31 kills contacted even when diluted with parts of-water. a 59cfull * int ' germs equal The battle cry everywhere on America's home front is lave! Here is your opportunity to aid in the fight—to make merchandise and dollars go farther and do morel Your big chance to get MORE and BETTER Drug Store VALUES for your money. Our store shelves are filled with tremendous One Cent Sale bargains. It is all first quality, full tize packages—tested and approved by the United Drug Company's Department of Research and Control. . J SOc Size Lorie LIPSTICKS 2 tori I SOc Size Lorie , ROUGES 2(or51« KDNESDAr 1 ONLY! AS LONG AS THIY LAST SCOTCH PLAID STATIONfKY Stationery you will be proud to use. Reflects " i best of toste. Contains 24 Cameo folded sheets—24 Bristol single sheets—48 envelopes to match. k sure to get this. VALUE Floorbriio LIQUID WAX Woodbr/le 59cpt. o >ize •*'« 25c OOC FURNITURE POtlSH 8 ox. size .2i. EPSOM SALT 25c full pound size lOc 4 oz, size 2W26c 2 f«r lie SOc size Cascade Sytrl Laid Whit* Stationery OMIT ONi SAli TO A CUSTOMEI SOc size Klenzo COCOANUT Oil SHAMPOO 25c size Martel's HAIR OIL SSc large size ILASOL IOTION 25c sizt Brite NAIL POLISHES 25c size Jonteel-Lav«ndtr JASMINE TALCUMS 2 far 51 C GARDENIA CREAMS Ch'oo«t from cleansing, ««W. finf»hincj or «kw FACt POWTJfg e/eam. Try t,Q beat tbiii ' 26*3 •>«dJ 1$ American typ» MiniralQil MltKOf TAWTS ing t«W»t"w?tL yo^SnUl siz, tin slfpi iM 9 bixcib, 9 fr TIN Wl* SZS ft'! &jyii£ ALL REXALL PRODUCTS SOLD ON A MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE OF SATIS!

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free