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Algona, Iowa
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<*v^>^ ' ' k UNION 4-H CLUB CIRLSATGISCH HOME TUESDAY Union—The Alethean 4-H Clul girls met with Dorothy and Rutr Gisch Tuesday evening of this toeek. The girls are meeting evenings to permit some members who are employed during the day to attend. The meeting opentc with a business session. Shirley Harvey gave a talk on "The Proper Way to Carry Loads." The meeting closed with group singing. Games were played and lunch was served. Nine members and one guest were present. .A family get-together picnic was held at the Presley Sarchot home the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leininger and children of Lotts Creek were supper guests at the Rudolph Will home July 5th. _ Bernadine Kepter of Eagle Grove, but who is employed in the Fantel Store at Fort Dodge, is a guest this week at the Louis Bode home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode received a phone call from San Pedro, Calif., from their son, Bernard, Tuesday that he is well and safe. He is on a refueling ship and makes regular trips to the w; zone. Mrs. Jake Smith, north and eas of Hurt, was hostess to the Ladie W. S. C. S. of Good Hope Wed nesday afternoon of this week. O Thursday afternoon she entertain ed the Union Mothers and Daugh- News Items of Femfott Vicinity ters Club. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will receive a letter from their son, Cecil, wh has been taking tracing at Farra gut, Idaho, stating -that he ha been drafted for duty on the hi^l seas. He has only been in boo training since April. Last Thursday evening a group of neighbors surprised Floyc Gardner on his birthday anniver sary. Instead of coming for tht evening, as has been the custom the guests walked in with their eats and supper was enjoyed aoou 7 o'clock. .. •• • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grandjenelte visited the 4th -at Emmetsburg at the Anthony Stoflfel home. The main attraction was the new arrival, Patty Sue, at the Stoffel home. This is their first child and weighed 5 Ibs. and 13 oz. Mrs. Stoeffel was lone Moyer of Burt. Marabeth Will, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred Will, and who was previously employed at the Kennedy & Parsons offices at Sioux City, has accepted a position with the Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Co., administration building, Kansas City. She will be supervisor over four other girls who run machines an the accounting department. She took up her new duties June 1st. _ W St. Benedict News Mrs. Mary Dole and Lois of Irvington, and Richard and Chas. Harmon of Bancroft were weekend visitors uj. the Oswald Thilges home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantel man visited near Whittemore Friday evening at the Ted Meie home. Rev. and Mrs. George Wesse of Burt, called at the Philli Weisbrod and W. J. Weisbroi homes on Monday. Virginia 'Berkeland, of Duluth same home Monday morning fo a two weeks visit at the parenta B. G. Berkeland home. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch and family of Ringsted were en- :ertained at dinner Sunday a '.he George Goetsch home. Miss Mildred Goetsch of Des Vloines, came Saturday and vis- ted until Monday evening at the parental George Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf nd twin daughters, Jean and une of Ceylon, visited here Sun- ay at the parental Robt. N. Kynl ome. Mrs. George Goetsch and daugh- er Mildred, the latter of Des /loines, visited Monday afternoon the Harold Goetsch home at lingsted. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Benson, of agle Grove, are visiting sat the en Mitchell home. They icame n Saturday and will remain there ntil Wednesday. Ella and Ruth Mae Khyl, ,of Mason City, came home Saturday for a visit until Monday evening. On Monday they visited at L. M. Holdorf's at Ceylon. i Charlotte Riedel, daughter of the Ralph Riedels of Ringsted, formerly of here, submitted Ip .an appendectomy at Emmetsburg ,on Me. .and Mrs. Ho'feme^ter are ai Hildreth scone Bleckwenn .,— .of the Q. M. .honored ,at .a ,$howef ° n , Saturday .the >Fred Frink .home. .Five hundred was - 1 —- .at fixe tables with Mrs i JtettU winning high' anors .and Mrs. 'Gilbert ivr, -n't?? ' low scoi:e honors. Mrs. Colims, who is employed ;n Des Monies, came on Erlday and visited here juntil Monday. Mr. Collins is stationed at Sort Cor- secana, Texas. Thirty guests^ were present. Out-of-town vis- tors included Mrs. Kate Wegener and Mrs. Gerhard Wittkopf,of Algono, Mrs. Louis ' d Greinert ' of and M ' and Mrs. Clif Frink of Emtnets- burg. Friday evening at there. the hospital Mr. and Mrs. John Light accompanied by their grandson, Grant Brooks, drove to Iowa Falls Saturday for a few days' visit at the Clyde Brooks home. Grant remained at his home there. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell, of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hust, formerly of Ft. Worth, Texas, and also of here, called Monday afternoon at the E. J. Frank and W. J. Weisbrod homes and on other friends. The Rev. and Mrs. Albert Howand and five children of Roscoe, 5. D., arrived here Friday for a nonth's visit with the Henry Gills here and with Mrs, Rowland's mother at Dallas Cwter. The Rev. Howland is a cousin of Mr. "ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and OTTOSEN NEWS | y$&®tta&%3xs^^ The Boy Scouts met at the Oscar Movick home Monday night. Mrs. Ed Edwards visited her mother, Mrs. A. Watnem, Thursay. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel* and amily spent the week-end Jn oone. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kramer of ew York came Tuesday to visit t the Herman Kramer home. A basket dinner was held at the *nesbyterian church on Sunday. There was a large attendance. Mrs. Regina Enockson and Virgil spent the week-end at the LeRoy Kteppe home at Eagle Grove. Mr. aod Mrs. J. B. Christiansen of Marshall, Minn., came Tuesday to visit at the Ralph Richards home. Mrs. Sande Clave of Portland Ore., and Mrs, Miles Helmen vis ited Tuesday at the Harold Jacob son home. Ralph Gatton underwent an op eration. at the Lutheran hospita at Fort Dodge Wednesday and i recovering nicely. Mrs. Amelia Watnem and Mrs Merle Faulk left Monday for Ledyard M. E* Chitt-cl Dedicate* Honor Roll Ledyard — The M. E. thurc dedicated its servifce flag on gun day morning at the 11 o'clock service. -The following boys name grace the flag: William J. Barnes Richard Countyman, LeRoy Estle Dietrich .'Cray. Earl Gordan JOr genson, Donald Looft, John P Ma tzener.r Gordon Matzener, Donald -J. Mayne, John Moulton, Ed» ward J. Munyer, Fred E. Munyef Glenn 'A. Reeee, Duane E. Thompson, Kenneth -Thompson, Harolc Warner-and Clyde Behse. Buelah' 'Looft presided at the piano and special music was rendered by-the choir. Also a solo by Kathleen -Reece. The Rev. Edw. Cass delivered a patriotic sermon, it being the-Fourth of July and very fitting'for an occasion of this kind. The altar was decorated with numerous baskets of dowers and an American flag. The parents of the boys were seated together. The service flag ie of white satin background with stars of blue and a border of red. Bead The Want A<4s—It Pays X • « * * ? • ' ' fJ< - > ^ ,'**/< >", ' 'i. i '- t <ttaigfiii * i ' > * ia ' ia ^ I Vbtottf&tott mtiis at Mahkato with tier mother at the hospital. "> Marlih Runksmeier had the mis*, fortune of breaking his (Una white roller skating last week Thursday. Mrs. Anna Weise of Mason City spent the week-end at the par* ental Herman Simonsmeler hdmfe. Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss drove to Mankato on .Monday to call on Mrs. Josephine Weise at, the Inv manuel hbspital. Miss Helen NelhaUS Of California, former bookkeeper in the iank here, has been visiting at the home of Mrs. L. W. Weimer. Margaret Yahnke and Darlene Schroeder are spending a few days with Margaret's grandparents, the *ulius Jensens, at Buffalo Center. 1 Christ Gelhaus went to Roches- er Sunday for a check-up at the linic. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz and aughter, Paula Kay, accompanied im. , • Willard Nuss left Monday for tilwaukee, Wis., to visit with his ater* Alice, before returning to xe ;naval training camp at Far- Jerfy&n'd Jeaniie* fliofflfteloH 6f Sioux City carte, Wednesday to visit theif gfartdeareht*, &e Ged. Thompsons, Carolyift' Kay Thomp- soh has been vl.iti|ig here for a month. \ , Mr. and Mrs. D. B, Mayer enter J^med at a 6 o'clock dinner b Wednesday the following: Hele Neihaus of California, Doris Wei fare, Jean Gabel, Margery Dooc and Mrs. L. W. Weimer, The five 'Boy Scouts, mcludin Robert Dyer, Nordeen Strand, Din nie McDonald, .Lee and QUlnten Hardt and Rev. Edw. Cass, M. E pastor, left Wednesday afternoon for a week's camping at Interlaken Park. ••••',•• ( Classified Ads CLASSIFIED Minimum charge 25c tor la words or leM. \Vhen paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, So per word. N» ag- ents' conunlssion allowed. If advertising agents charge their cllenti 3c and send cash \vlth order they receive lo per word commiiiioa. ' For Sale Rochester, where Mrs. Watnem will have a check-up. Mrs. Ray Jacobson has been and vent to Mrs. Dale Des Moines Weisbrod Saturday A birthday dinner and supper were given in honor of Bienda -•Joan Thltesg. daughter of Mr. and ^s. Osu." 1 ' 1 Thilgeg, LuVerne, who celebrated her first bh\! kAlv Sunday. Dinner guests were Mrs. Mary Dole and Marvel, of Irving- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole and ight and visited at the Clarence fager home, returning here Monay night. The Yagers have re- ently moved into their new ome. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner and Ar. and Mrs. Mrtin Ohm attend- 1 a family reunion Sunday at the home of Mrs. Warner's mother, Mrs. Louis Wegener in Algona. Attending were all the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, of Tacoma, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bierstedt of Burk, Mrs. Louis Wegener o f Algona, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Wegener of Swca appointed postmistress here. Merle E. Holt has "been acting temporary postmaster' Up to this time. • First Lieut. Wayne P. Truesdell of the U. S.-Navy left from Des Moines Thursday for Hollywood, Fla., where he will be stationed. A farewell party was held at the Herman Kramer home Sunday evening in honor of Lieut. Wayne Truesdell, who left Monday. Herman Thorsen of the U. S. Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green, Llvermore; Mr. and IVirs, Walter Mescher and •*udy Kay. BVncroft; Mr. "and .Mrs. Chester Harmon and children', Hichard and Charles. Bancroft. Evening guests were Mrs. R. M. Thilges and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rov Thilges and children of Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thilges and children of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges of LuVerne. Cify and Mr, «nd Mrs. Martin were Monday tU'ternoon v!s- ut.Sum Warners, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp and Neil, of Britt, visited Monday with relatives here. They were dinner gvtests at the parental Herman Huskamps and supper guests at the Clarence Arbogast home. Other supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Huskamp. Word has been received here by friends that Edmund Hofemeister, former parochial teacher here, has accepted a position at Ludington, Michigan, and goes there in August. They have been at Fort Wayne, Indiana, and this sumrae" Coast Guard came Wednesday to spend a furlough at his horn here. Clara Thorsen of Minnea polls, Minn., also came this week .to visit at the parental home. Pfc. Everett E. Coyle, son o Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, whi was recently transferred to Bow man Field, Ky., is with the Glide: Mechanic Training Combat Unit and. June 24th was one of the firs to receive his co-pilot wings. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Enockson Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson anc tomily, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Peter enjoyed a picnic at the Call State Park at Algona Sunday. FOR SALE—1 good bay horse, 10 years old. Melvin J. Faber, Algona. 26-27* FOR SALE—200 acre farm, 1V4 miles east of Whittemore. See Godfrey Schultz, Lone Rock, or H. W. Schultz, Whittemore. 26-27* FOR SALE—Purebred Shorthorn bull, 2 years old. John Metzger, 4% miles north and 2% miles west FREE CULLING SERVICE—Cull old hens now. Save feed by getting rid of non-layers. Expert cullers. Call or see us for appointment. Swift & Co. 25-27 of Hobarton. 26-27* PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, al bums.—Kossuth Radio & Electri Algona, Iowa. i-t The Home Guard picnic was held Friday afternoon at the M. E church basement, with the following in attendance: EStella Mae Frey, Geraldine Monthei, Beverly Looft, Daflene Schroeder arid Mrs D. B. Mayer. > The Red Cross in Algona is having swimming classes each Monflay, Wednesday and Friday from 10 to 11 a. m. for swimming or life saving. These classes are open for all ages arid everybody is welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Stubbe and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Stubbe and Dixie of Baiter, Iowa, spent the week-end at the home of the letter's mother, Mrs. Albert Barnes, and sifiter, Mrs. Glenn Behse. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Stubbe of Des Moines accompanied them here and visited •Mrs. Stubbe's mother, Mrs. Martha Gabel. Sally Jo Stubbe, who' has been visiting here . returned home with them Hjlyne.. PTJM(i66 Col __v 44.84 W. L. HeeMt ___•,.-__,;_- 22.80 A ft AttMty Fttfia.... 446.46 Hopkins Sporting Goods 11,64 P. R. Irons _• .... 11JS Iowa State College..... 28.UO K. D. Jamesl.....^ 2.GO Fritz Jea» —....-. 21SO Jenkins Music Co. ..... 2,78 -Ed Kairt •.'._-_._ 22,6ff Dick Keith 0.60 David King .: 42.75 Klipto Loose-Leaf - 2.03 C. M, Kriudson 3 33.76 Kohlhaas Hardware ... 16.00 Kossuth Radio & Elec* Geoff6 j August j SOfetlsor ilagle .^ Grocery trie ^ 4.33 Gordon S, Kuhn ... . 2.6I Laing & ^tiickey .,:.:..— , 4.0! Alonzo'Leach ..... 52.52 Les Reed Music Co. _*. 31.60 Lowrie Book Co. Lusby & Giossi 1.89 ...... 14.33 Lyons '&vHealy .....„_ 24.93 David Ri Martin ... ... 1 00.00 Geo. McMahon .. ____ .. 12;00 C. R." McVeigh . .._ 33.76 Metropolitan Supply „"_ 19.89 Mrs, Geo.,M. Miller.... 8.07 Donald Miller—..L'-— 20.00 H.:E. Miner 1.80 Monday. FOR SALE—Two 1931 Model A's. Harley Hanson, Algona. Phone 161, St. Benedict. 26-27* Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture ' Dining room—Living room suite Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture - 1-t FOR SALE—1937 Ford truck; has grain box, good tires. Floyd Duncan, Burt. 27* FOR SALE — 15-30 McCormick- Deering tractor. Mike Loss, Al- ;ona. 27t FOR SALE—Good bay work horse 5 years old. Carl Peter, Algona Phone 7-F12. 27* SWEA CITY NEWS ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT School District of Algona Independent, Township of Algona •County of Kossuth, for the year ending June 30, 1943. We hereby certify that the report comprising Pages 1 to 2 is coi- xect as required by Sees. 4242 and 4242-bl, Code of Iowa. Copy filed with the County Superintendent and Published as required by Law, on July 8, 1943. • RECEIPTS—General Fund General On hand last report $ 31,139.28 Normal training aid 670.71 Smith - Hughes 399.61 General fund tax levy , 82,000.00 Semi-annual apportionment 2,417.10 Tuition 9,660.50 Other sources .". 407.43 TOTAL—General Fund 126,694.63 T. C. HUTCHISON, President School House $ 17,744.13 RECEIPTS—School Fund $ 16,000.00 TOTAL—School House Fund $ 33,744.13 RECAPITULATION $ 31,139.28 $ 17,744.13 Total receipts, current year 95,'555.35 16,000.00 TOTAL $126,694.63 Disbursements, current yea*r 86,480.41 $ 33,744.13 11,713.39 Balance on hand this report , $ 40,214.22 Disbursements Sch. House i ' County Treasurer $ 24.6 Iowa State Bank 10,953.7 la. D. M. Nat'l Bank .... 682.5 Merchants Nat'l Bank.... 35.0 Security State Bank .... 17.3 $ 22,030.74 TQTAL $11,713.3 Disbursements Genera General Control $ 4,320.4 Instruction 59,184.9 Auxiliary Agencies 893.3 Co-ordinate Activities .... 1,472.7 Operation of Plant 13,828.3 Maintenance 3,748.3 fixed Charges 1,174.6. Capital Outlay 337.4! Revolving Funds 1,519.41 TOTAL $86,480.4 This statement of General Func expenditures includes the following salaries paid from July 1st 1942, to July 1st, 1943, after deduction of Victory Tax. Helen Austin $ 791.00 Janice Barta 1,205.80 Frances Bone 1,188.30 Antoinette Bonnstetter Jeanette Bryan 1,407.34 25.00 •Lots Campbell 1,285.80 Huth Cedergren 1,235.80 Helen Comfort 1,427.10 Bert Cronan 1,734.60 Janice Edwards 350-00 Agnes Engell 1,379.97 Helen Fischbeck Brown.. 1,458.37 Ruth Fox Southwick .... 1,435.30 Mrs. W. K. Ferguson .... 350.20 Betty Qeering 733.36 Marguerite Gilmore 1,880-30 Bertha Godfrey - 1,58840 Julia HJllestad Urs. Campbell Humph- rey Margaret Hullerman 670.03 1.372.UO Bernice Jensen 1,228.7*} Jordan Johnson 225.0U Roy Keen 1,252.00 Mrs. T. R. Kruse 647.H7 O. B. Laing 3,181.19 Dorothy Lane 1,372.46 Kathleen Lorenz 1,228.72 Delphine Lutes 25.00 Jane Mahin 1.612.SO Ruth Ann Martin 257.00 Christine McCullough .. 1,179.60 J. G. McDowell 2,267.«0 Maxine McCleod 1,125.80 George McMahon 1,138.60 Alvena Miller 1,527.84 Donald Miller 1,774.80 Grace Miller 1,527.80 Mrs. H. W. Miller 497.94 Kathryn Mills 1,034.60 Helen Moad Meade 761.33 Evelyn Murray 1,297.30 Melvin Nelson 1.430.90 Lyla Olson fern Pederson Mrs. E. V. Pierce 1,075.80 478.34 485.94 Ben H. Potter L114.60 Clarice Powers 1,520.13 Ssther Quinby 1,530.60 Dorothy Quirin 1,297.80 C. E. Ridenour 1,761.51 M. L. Rochleau 280.00 Toyee Schwarm 1,185.80 Arlet Skaar 1,075.PO Orin Spalding '.. 1,683.43 Leora K. St. John 399.96 Joyce Talcott 1,059.80 Elnore Vannote 1,228.60. Jyron Van Roekel 1,254.35 JJattie Wilson 1,868.84 :..|60 I 7$3,8'} Mrs. Glen Clark submitted to a throat operation at an Algona hospital on Saturday. Bernard Olson and family of Buffalo Center spent Sunday at the parental Ragbret Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. Gorddn Bjerke and baby of Algona spent the Fourth with her brother, Ivan Elliott. A son of the Earl Pattersons of Grant township ran a bolt into his hand last Thursday, injuring the hand severely. Second Lieut. James E. Vaux left early Sunday for Fort Monmouth, N. J., after a week's furlough spent with his family here Mrs. Vaux drove him to Mankat where he took the train. Through an oversight the nam of Ray Robinson was omitted from the list of the military escort a the memorial services for Lieul Don Barger in the story in las week's U.D.M. The corresponden regrets the error. Mrs. Matthew Munson and chil dren of Hubbard are here visiting, her mother, Mrs. Peter Looft. Dr Munson, who was a veterinary surgeon at Hubbard, is now in th' armed forces. Mrs. Munson is th former Ruth Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rohlin an< Hazel were expected to visit here over the Fourth with Mrs. Rohlin's mother, Mrs. Mary Heathershaw, and other relatives. The Rohlins live in Des Moines, wher Hazel is employed as a nurse. Bernard Peterson, who is employed in defense work in Minneapolis, came home for the holiday week-end. Mrs. Peterson Barrel and LaVbnne, returned to Minneapolis with him on Monday and. will remain there until school opens, Renn Kluger's name appeared with 41 others in the full page advertisement by Davidson's store in ast Sunday's Register. The name was on a photograph of the store's roll of honor of employees now in armed service. Renn was employed as a radio service man at Davidson's prior to his induction Mrs. Henrietta Gpfl, \yh9 has seen employed as linotype operator by the Swea City Herald, has iccepted a similar position on the Sstherville Enterprise, replacing 'lorence Alberts, who }s coming home to keep house for her father. Mrs. Gjoff aijd children, Marjorie and Dean, were to move to Esther- FOR SALE—Windmill, 50 ft. tower. Self oiling head. Joseph E Becker, Bode, Iowa. 27* FOR SALE—One roan gelding horse. Four years old. Well broke, Ralph Albright, Phone 22- F4, Algona. 27* FOR SALE—1941 Ford 2-door,""in very good shape. Kirk Auto Co., Algona, 27 RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink black, blue, green, ,40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. ,11-tf- FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50 Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red, pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, l.*c each, 2 for 25c. 3-if SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf FOR SALE-r-Used ice box, washing machine, cream separators, and Stewart Warner radio. Algona Maytag Store. 27 FOR SALE—New cream separators nnd milking machines, Algona Maytag Store. . 27 FOR SALE—Used enamel range, Monarch electric range, good wood and coal companion heater. iamble Store. 27 FOR SALE—Vacuum cleaner, 32- volt, like new, with attachments, $40. Write "T" in care of the Algona Upper Des Moines. 27* 'OR SALE — Theiman steering outfits to drive tractor from )inder seat. Good stock of repairs. J. E. Ukena, Hardware, & Implements, Lakota. ' 27-28 'OR SALE—Large baby bed, good condition. Mrs. Roland Gabel, Ledyard, Iowa. 27' HOME LOANS TO BUY, RE PAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE 'AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Al gona Federal Savings & Loan Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. - 18tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, for 35c.'' '34-ti Adam Bird in; Trouble •. A couple of Forest City policemen nabbed an Indian on a drunkenness charge. He said his .name was Adam-Bird-On-Ground, .:but police; booked him as Adam-Bird- Iri-Jail. . , i. :JG/I . luiiiex ..^....i...^.. JL.uU Mrs. 'Evfelyn Mbdfe i... 11,26 Scott Mdbre — Alex' NielsOfi '.,. ? ..8. Norton & Son .... N. W. Bell Telephone.. G. A. Paine __.^ 'etty Cash >ost Dray & Transfer.. Pratt Electric i _. 15.00 4.00' 1244.88 101.81 33.75 69.74 9.29 57.51 Mrs. G. W. •Stillftidn Glen Strayef .,..»'. W. C. Taylor-^ *_ Vance Music Co. .. Miss Ltfcia Wallace W. M. Welch Mfg , Paul Wendell Music Co'. Karl Wlllassoh-._ WoHd Book' CO. ... Wilbur Zeigler 194.60 '83,16 4.56 S$.t& 22.50 ig.?e 16.0Q. 18.00 le.oo 22.50 ' 7.68 4.00 116.41 6.50 16.05. 12.72 10.00 ----... 1 ._..$ 4920.60 Salaries for the qua|ter 20533.76 'Total 1,- Le6ra K. n; Secretary of the above named School Dis- trictj do':'hereby certify that this repor/L pages 1 and 2, Is a true and "dorf-fet statement of the pro- ceedfftgfifpertaining to financial fnatftlrs {of'the Board of said District for the quarter ending June 30,.1943. LEORA K, ST. JOHN, .-' Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, A. D. 1943. C. B. Murtagh, Notary. QUARTEHLY, STATEMENT SUMMAHY QF, PROCEEDINGS School District of Algona Inde pendent. Township of Algona County, of Kossuth, for the quar ter ending June 30, 1943. x ..'•'.• General Fund Balance from previous quarter: • ___"___._.____$ 5412.42 Received during 'this quarter __.. $60256,16 Warrants drawn during this quarter .. $25454.36 Balance at end of this quarter _. $40214.22 SCHOOL HOVSE FUND Balance fron> . previous quarter $16853.24 Received during this 11000.00 BUDGET ESTIMATE- ALOONA INDEPENDENT'SCHOOL .DISTRICTS Notie'ef-The Board of Directors' of Algona Independent School District Algona Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 23, 1943, at 8:00 P. M.v at Algona High School. Taxpayers''WiU^fbe heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 1943, and ending June 30, 1944. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. 1 . £;•*. .. .•: ; U1-EORA K. ST.,JOHN, ' ; - District Secretary. IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Des-Moine's," 50c and up. 13-tf FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tho best papers "are "made frbm~ra& Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine, paper. $2.70 for 500 sheets. The-Algona Upper Des Moines. 9-tf ville this week. Sweepstakes I. N. R*unceville, Decorah banker, is exhibiting a blanket made of 300 prize ribbpns he won at poultry shows and fairs from J917 to 1921. The exhibit, comprising mostly first prize or blue ribbons, includes winning in the states of Wisconsin. Minnesota and South Dakota. ' USED MACHINERY For Sale— Model "M" I. H. C. pick-up hay >aler on rubber with large motor. F-12 tractor with cultivator, :ood condition. 1 20-35 Allis-Chalmers tractor, a dandy for threshing. 1 Corn Belt cone burr mill. 2 tractor combination buck rack and stacker to fit any tractor. 1 horse buck rack. 1 rebuilt wagon box. 2 5-ft. mowers, 1 rubber tired. Bradley Bros., South Hotel Algona. Phone 714. ?.7 BUNGALOW TYPE piano, must be sold immediately. Cash or terms. Write Auditing Dept., Box 142, Spencer, Iowa. 27* BABY Leghorn and Rock Chicks, July 9 and 10. Order July 16 chicks now. Wellendorf Hatchery, Algona. 27* KEEP YOUR Service Man supplied with stationery. Send him a box with his branch insignia embossed on each sheet. Box .contains 50 sheets and 50 envelopes. $1.10 a box. Army, Navy, Army and Navy Air Forces, Coast Guard and Marine insignias. The Algona Upper Des-Moines. 19-if ON HAND NOW—Day old and started chicks at reduced prices, Get them now, as we are about to close for the season. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. • 26-28 Card of Thanks We wish to sincerely thank all who so kindly assisted in any way during our recent bereavement, and to convey our appreciation for the kind expressions of sympathy cards and flowers. The Wermersen Family. quarter .j._. . Warrants drawn during this quarter __i 5822.50 Balance at end of this quarter ._ : ^..$22030.74 LIST OF WARRANTS OF PREVIOUS. QUARTER School House Fund—Dir burse- menis Iowa Des Moines Nat'l Bank ——_„....._.$ 341.25 lowa.-State Bank ______ 5455.00 Merchants Nat'l Bank.. 17.50 Security State Bank ... 8.75 FUNDS . . 1 2 Expenditures for Year 1-3 1-3 3 ;*' .,:,,J V'Q '(0 • O P^ il 11 w o 6 School Site 86,480, $ 96,320 None $10,600 $85,720' 90,496 $86,480 $ 96,320 None $10,600 $85,720 A,I T,, .10,855 11,8.88 13,770 Npne None 13,770 KT u ' A l Pul 1 }0 ses....$101,351 $98,192 $110,090 None $10,600 $99,490 Dumber of persons of school age, 1942 1416 Taxable valuation, 1942 """" $"2"«7R 70s Moneys and Credits, 1942 ......ZZZZZZZ:":'"" •f 2 .??*. 7 ^ 856,638 General $ 5822.50 Fund—Disbursements Advance Pub. Co. W. D. Allen Mfg. Co. -^ Algona Ice Cream Factory Algona Skelgas Co Algona Laundry • Algona Upper Des Moines ___::„: Anderson's Grocery Barker Drug Co. 59.22 7.4.41 3.70 9.13 38.80 14.80 22.82 1.20 ' 4.20 , 15.00 124.08 Mrs. ,Q,..H..Beardsley ... Ezra Bla"nch'ard'_.__".__ Blossom Ins. Agency L. S. Bohannon ... 253.80 A. H.Borchardt,-.<_:.___ Botsford Lbr. Co. W. H. .Boswprth; L.__^,_ Bureau Educational Research _'. _-_^" Bureau Visual Instruction •-__._ 4.03 : 23.16 33.75 4.44 15.41 6:00 2.12 Cedar Specialty Co. .__ Chrischdlles Store __..„ City of Algona w__. .388.40 -Ollector Internal Rev.. 397.34 Colonial Acceptance Co. 9.14 VTrs. Henry Cook 11.2S Helen Comfort 13.50 3ert Cronan „ 43.50 -owan & Son _..___.._ 3.55 Wm. Dau '_-._________,• 100.00 " -••-•-• 10 . 00 3&70 10.45 6.31 1.02 2.71 7,10 7.50 Duane, Dewel. Decker Brothers 3emco Library Supplies Economy Stoker Sales Co. . -— _ Slite Shop __. :__.__ Tranklin Watts Inc. .,._ Samuel French CLOSING OUT SPECIAL SALE THIS $26.25 $16.65 .-Two to three weeks old White Leghorn Tu}let-J3L__.,___ ___ : ..per. 100 One week to t,en da^fs old White ' <tOO OA Leghorn Pullets________ per 100 9£3a«JU Two to three weeks old Austra- Whites ;„ per 100 One week to 10-day old Austra- (M <_) A A Whites _-___________per;: 100 V>| O.3U Pullornm tested. Guaranteed strong and healtby. HAMILTON One injle west and one mile gout]) of Bancroft. For Rent FOR RENT—Room for storage at M. & St. L. Depot. Inquire of McEnroe Bros., Phone 519. 26-27* Wanted HELP WANTED—Male and female to help prepare food products for army, navy and civilian use. Good pay, extra overtime. This work considered essential. Swift & Co. 27-28 WANTED — Custom baling. God- win'Peer, Algona. Phone 8-F22. 27* Lost-Found STRAY CALF^ame to my place. Owner .identify and pay costs. Lawrence Thilges,'Bode. 26-28* Miscellaneous SEPTIC TANKS and cesspools cleaned the modern way. Here one week only. Call Make's D-X, 196, between 8 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. 27* THREE DAYS Thursday, Friday, Saturday JULYS, NEED MONEY- to buy a .aim? Let us tell you about the Aetna Jfe Insurance Company's new arm loan plan, low rate, 26-year repayment plan, a reserve fea- ure, no deductions, Hutchison & Hough. Security State Bank Bids. 24-33* GET YOUR typewriter 904 adding jnqchine ribbons at th Upper Dee Moines, Real Sale-Big Reductions '• ' • "••-'.'. •' : ' : ' ". •.""•. •"•-•- .'"'H.-r|.. , Folk* are still talking about our last year'* July Clearance Salt and our recordi «how thai It wa» one of the mo«t successful in ANNEft history , With present scarQ* ity and shortages, this year's i ale might to N a StMb-wiiider.' 1 At Jeajt, we're go* mg to *t*p right out and r sally CUT NPRlCISi Ifcmember, FQUE • And come prepared to BUY, BUY, BUY, , , '

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