Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1933
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PAGE SIX (lOtfNTY ADVANCE. At*50tfA. IOWA 2 PUPLIS HOLD DECLAM TILT AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Jan. 21—The annual high school declamatory contest was Iheld In the hljrh school auditorium last week Tihuraday evening. In oratorical Tony Kaluzue ffave National' Retribution; .gomery, Effect of Edward Mont- thD Death of Lakota Pastor & Wife Lose Son, First Child iLakota, Jan. 31—(A son was bor to the Rev, and Mrs. Frank O. John son at Mercy hospital, Knoxville last week Monday night, but he dlei next morning-. Short funeral ser vices were held at the Pringle home at Knoxville last week Wednesdaj morning, and burial was made in th Knoxville cemetery. Mrs. Johnson is reported recovering. The Johnsons are having- more than their share of sickness and grief. They are expected home about March 1. Mr Johnson, who Is the Methodist pastor here, and hie wife have been with the former's parents at Knoxville since Mr. Johnson was stricken .vlth Malta fever last fall. Lincoln; Harry Montgomery, The Constitution; and Paul Stockman, Lincoln, a Man Called of God. Harry Montgomery won first, Paul Stockman, second. Dramatic: Alice Baker gave The Truly Mother; Darlene, Kesler, The Dog Wolf; Kathryn Thomson, Antonio Opens His Eyes; Jeanette Wilson, Daddy Doc. Darlene Kesler won first and Jeanette Wilson, second. >In humorous, Dorothy Chris-Hanson gave (Pour Generations; Robert ffagtund, Mysterious Pup; Alpha Simmons, At the Swimming Pool; -Arlotte Skromme, Brothers in Love; Arietta Skromme won first, and Alpha Simmons, eec-• hengst, Both H.amaufet, Bertha Ailt's, ond. The grade and high school glee J'Molvln Schrooder; juniors—William clubs, with the band, furnished j key; seniors—Ella Ailts, Max O'- muslc. -Ethel lOldrldge, English in- | Kcefe, Mildred Bargar, Thomas structor in Armstrong, was judge, i Lewis. The winners will compote soon in a Pupils on tli e Honor List- Pupils having all grades above 85 and at least one above 93 for the last six weeks have their names on an honor roll at the Lakota school building, ne follows: freshman— Helen Christ, Irene Werlnga, Fern and Fay Oltoff, Alice Wirtjes, (Beverly Tamen, Miriam Heetland, Irvin Koppen; sophomores—'Lilah Kap- contest to he hold in Lakota. Snouts Working for Trophy— Scoutmaster G. R. Siemens •has Alil lias Qnllllns- UPC— Mffidames R. E. Hamriulst and Harold Pierce entertained the Metli- : odi«t Aid last week Wednesday, 45 Dr. Edward Johnson, who was leaving Tuesday for Montana, where he has accepted a government job in a hospital. NHzes Arc 20 Years Wed— A surprse party was given for Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz Saturday in honor of their 20th wedding anniversary. They were presented with a water set. Other Lakota News. The George (Heetlands, Mrs. Mln- nei Heetland, and the latter's daughter Hannah visited at the A. W. Behrends home, Algona, last week Sunday. The Behrends family for- nerly lived here, and Mrs. Behrends s a daughter of Mrs. Minnie Heet- and. The Behrends family is mov- ng to Wlnterset, where Mr. (Beh•ends has a produce house. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith, Bob llemans, Lorraine Smith, and Carl Bobo drove to Montgomery Saturday morning to visit the (Roy Farring- ons. Mrs. Farrington is a sister of Umory and 'Lorraine Smith. The akota group went skating on the Okobojls. They returned Sunday. Leo Weise, St. Paul, was here to ttend the Ennen funeral. He lived ere many years and married Mary •Cllne, daughter of Mrs. Ennen. They loved to Minnesota, and Mrs. Weise Meyer drove to Garner lafct Thursday to visit their brother Martin They Were accompanied home by Mrs. Fred Struecker, who had been there two weeks, caring for, her daughter, Mrs. M. Meyer, who has a new eon. The John Kaschmitters, of AIton ; accompanied by Nick Wilwert, of Laurens, were here last week Tuesday to inspect the ruins of their hatchery destroyed by fire the previous Saturday night. The loss was partly covered by Insurance. Rosllla Hlggens came home last week Wednesday, accompanied by Magdelene Walsh, graduate nurse at a Sioux City hospital, They are here for two weeks. Miss Hlgglns recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Edward Fandel, son of the M. W. Fandels, and John Cullen, eon of the J. S. Cullene, came home last Thursday from St, Paul, where they at- announced t'hat Lho registration of persons nttending. Boy ScouU must be completed by din February 7. It is hoped to have a j Torino was put in frames complete troop of 32 scouta, a mini-; women spent the afternoon A double wod- ring quilt pieced by Mrs. Gus nd the died there. One of the daughters tend the seminary. They expect to visit relatives and friends for a short time. The William Rusches Jr. and the William Rusches Sr., Mrs. Aurelia Ohm, and the Herman Zumachs attended a party Sunday evening at Arnold Meyer's, Lotts Creek, in honor of Arnold's birthday. The Peter Elberts and Geneva Walters, Whittemore, with Mrs. Leo Walters, son Durwood, and -Dick Vaughn, Algona, were Sunday din ner guests at Louis Elbert's, Em metsburg. The Theodore Elberts, Algona visited the Ralph (Fandels Sunday The Andrew Muellers, of Rockwel per k. w. A discount of on the above rates will be allowed If pa-id on or before, the 20th of the month In which the account became due. City, were Sunday dinner guests . _ mg. Mrs. Torino has been presl- 'her which will go a long way to- tTflVf'n^ "r ? T °? tr ° phy a'.*" 1 * of the society for yea™, and tho 1'ort Dodge district. Swea has the women are quilting it for her in had the cup two ywirB and Manson appreciation of her work. The Tor- for two yenrus. If cither town wins j nw . are advancements of troop members ; Surprise for Mrs. »^ftemi a nco at tho annual round- ! Thll . ty womon up at 1 ort Dodffo. Kwher Post apon- ; Delia Smith last wee Gored the troop hero and will name ins aml played 1)rklE , 0 . Smllh- " scout commissioners this week. Mrs . at a meeting- Trucks 500 Tnrltoys to supper was served. Mr.s. Smith |hii« rented her place to Edw. Clark (for the coming year, so will break E. K. Hand la.st week trucked 500 P llmlK<?kep P in S next month, though turkeys from his farm at Silver ' reserved some of the rooms Lake to Chicago. He encountered h<?r own use for the Present, no trouble-of any kind on the way. lro „ ... ~ He does not know definitely what he \ Ve " ri Slllitl1 Is received 1mt (hinks from 17 to LSn i _ Henr - v Smith, who formerly "W. B. Gutknecht was hostess to the Presbyterian Missionary soci ety last Thursday. Mrs. Will ] led devotions; Mrs. Irvin Wortman gave a book study; and Mrs. Jerrj Ukena gave a mission topic. The H. H. Murrays had as guest, over the week-end Mr. Murray'i cousins, Air. nnd Mrs. E. M. Mar In Mobrldge, S. D., who were having dental work done here. A nuilting party was held at Mrs Hamquist's la.st Thursday afternoon and 15 women spent the afternoon there. Lunch was served late in the afternoon. Roy Hanna drove to Omaha a week ago Friday on a business mission and Mav O'Keefe accompanied him. The Roland Smiths and -Mrs. Jennie, Gntknecht were dinner guests of ISc a pound. Mr. Hand now has about 2500 birds in life flock, and will market about 800, keeping 1700 for breeding stock. ducted ing now occupied by the Thaves sis- tern, was married January IS Sarah Kelly, Rochester, Minn., Cresco. He is now salesman for the H. & H. electric company, Roches- to Sen! Campaign Is Successful- Reports from the Christmas health | ter ' seal campaign jn northwest Kossuth j show a total of $72.50 taken in. Har- I Johnson Brother Leaves loivn— rsion township returned ?4G.24; I The Rcv - P-iul Johnson went Grant, $11; Swca township, $11.72; | JI1 "°°rd Monday to see hie brother, and Eagle township, $3.00. One-half Was returned to each township to be used in the schools. The amount sold this year is much greater than in previous years. accompanied her father here. Leo J Mr. Mueller's sister Mrs. Mike Bowis a cousin of Adolph Weise. | man's. iMr. and Mrs. Carl Ebert and Edna Schultz attended the funeral of Mrs. Ebert's mother, Mrs. Ernest Neuman, Algona, Saturday. The Ncumans formerly farmed east of town. James, little son of the Archie Volghts, was 111 last week with the flu. Stanley, .little son of the Ralph Fandels, and the A. C. Quinn baby have also been sick with the flu. There was a party last Thursday evening at George Balgeman's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker, Algona, were out-of-town guests. Mr, and Mrs. Harold "Walker, of Algona, were Sunday evening dinner guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. Minnie, Otto, and Earl Elbert and feneva Walters were guests Friday evening at a bridge party at James Elbert's, Algona. William Lelninger, Lotts Creek, was a Sunday dinner guest of his sister, Mrs. John Meine. Mrs. J. W. McCreery is ill with the flu, and Patricia Weir is caring 'or her. A girl, named Ann, was born Friday to the Leo Kollasch.es. The Rev. Mr. Wolfgram, Garner, vas a caller here Friday. Mrs. Delia Smith Sunday, con-! E. R. Worley, Lou Thaves. and a grocery store in the build- | Fred Schroeder went fishing at Sll^ npnminrl K\' flirt 'rM-.n».~~ ~:~ T . - D ver Lake last Thursday. Roy Worley, R. E. Hamquist, and Arthur Ogren were business callers at Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Torine were dinner guests at Jerry Heetland's Sunday. Mrs. Will Turley and her son Truman were at Estherville last Thursday. Eg-g Candling 1 Is Studied- Seventy men and women studied the culling of hens and egg candling at the adult night school a. week ago Monday evening. An assortment of eggs of the different grades were candled showing the different qualities a-nd disqualifications for market. Brooding of chickens will THREE HURT IN ACCIDENT NEAR WHITTEMORE and Mrs. August Deltz, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson, Swea City, were at Waterloo Sunday to see Mrs. Kathryn Campbell, who has been sick. Mrs. Campbell is a sister of Mrs. Deitz and Mr. Lauritzen, and Mrs. Thomson is her daughter. New Beauty Operator Here— June Thomson. Swea City, came the main topic of discussion at the Ponied by one of the Richard Po- next lesson. Mother Is Seriously III— Mrs. iFrank Thomson Saturday re- Whittemore, Jan. 31-A car driven Sunday to s^-'t ™* Monday a! ' "•"'- J "- J 'the Rusch beauty shop, where Augusta Haag formerly worked. June is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. ilfred Radig, who was accom- j tratz boys, another car driven by a iMienke boy, and the Otto Nemitz car. driven by Clarence Nemitz, col: lided at a point northwest of town ---- « - - . ----- » » b <b |jw*i< i. inj-i Hi \> vr*5L \JL LU\V 11 .., Ula ^ hor . mother . 'Mrs. : last Thursday evening. Wilfred and Campbell, who has been was his companion were not hurt, ex- . . . Thomson, and the family formerly Minimum charge of ; 50c per month, on which there is no discount. OPTUONA/L RATES—RESIDENCES ONLY First 50 k. w. hrs. per month per k. w. hr. —._ ,. 7c All over BO k, w. hrs. per month per k. w. hr. 3o A discount of 25% on the above rates will be allowed If paid on or before the 2(Hh of the month in which tjie account ibecamO'due. The customer must sign a yearly contract to pay a mlnlmutn charge of ?2.7>5 per month, on which there a no discount. OPTIONAL RATES—lARAiRTMBNT HOUSE First 40 k. w. hrs. per apartment per month per k. w. hr. 7c All over 40 k. w. hrs. per apartment per month per k. w. hr, 3c A discount of 25% on the above •ates will be allowed If paid on or before the 20th of the month In vhlch the account became due. Minimum charge of $2.00 per ipartment per month, with no dis- ount. This rate applies to apartment houses ,wlth all apartments on one meter, COMMHROIAJL HEAT AND REFRIGERATION RATES First 100 k. w. hrs. per month per k. w. hr. ec All over .100 k. w. hrs. per month cept when demand for payment la made or the party 48 leaving the City, then In that event, the same shall .become due and payable on demand, or on the date of any reading All accounts not paid on or before the 20th of the month In -'which they become due shall not r.eceive the discount but shall, be payable In the gross amount, All accounts pale on or before tho 20th of the month in which they become due shall be payable In the net amount fixed by this ordinance. Consumers falling to pay any sum due the City for electricity furnished may be denied further service by the City and the City Superintendent shall cause said service to be discontinued until all sums -due the City by the customer for service rendered are paid. iSectlon Three. That .each consumer of electricity shall, upon demand, pay to the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, at least '$5.00 to be held by the City of Algona, Iowa, as security for payment of all sums due or to become due said City of Algona, Iowa, from said consumer; eadd eum less any sums due the City of Algona, Iowa, from said consumer, shall be refunded to the party paying same, or his assigns, on demand when such party ceases to be a consumer. If a consumer of electricity upon demand fails or refuses to pay the City Clerk of the City of Algona, :owa, at least $5.00 to be held by the City of Algona, Iowa, as secur- ty for payment of all sums due cr per k, w. hr. 3c A discount of 25% on the above rates will be allowed if paid on o before the 20th of the month i which the account became due. Minimum charge of $2.00 pe month, on which there is no dis count. POWER RATES Fred Fish was ill in bed last veek with chicken pox. Loy Oliver, Le Mars, spent Sunday with local relatives. Mrs. Peter Neu fell last Thu'rs- ay and broke her arm. Mrs. John ast week. •Laubenthal was sick OLD-TIME ALGONIAN DIES AT USAGE; 86 YEARS OLD Editor R. R, Roberts, of the Britt ^Jews-Tribune, reports the death" ast week Tuesday of his wife's fath- r, William Earftart, Qsage, S6. Mrs. . „ Earhart died a year ago last Decem- sna " lt)e measured by meters in- er. Mr, Roberts says that in the. staIIe(J : °y th e City at the City lim- Tirst 20 k. w. hrs. per h. p. connected per month per k. <w. hr. Next 40 k. w. hrs. per h. p. connected per month per k. w. hr.3%c Next 40 k. w. hrs. per h. p. connected per month per k. w. hr. ,3 All over 100 k. w. hrs. per h. p. connected per month per k. w. hr. 2 %' A discount of 25% on the abovi- •ates will toe allowed if paid on 01 Before the 20th of the month in vhlch the account became due. iMinimum charges as follows: 'First 25 h. p. connected, 75c per p. per month. Next 25 h. p. connected, 50c per p. per month. All over 50 connected h. p. 25c per p. per month, with no discount on he minimum charge. FARM LINE RATES First 1000 k. w. hrs. per month per k. w. hr. metered at city limits . 4o All over 1000 k. w. hrs. per month per k. w. hr. metered at city limits All transformer core loss per month per k. w. hr. ____2,-_ A discount of 25% on the above rates will be allowed if paid on or 'before the 20th of the month In which the account became due. Minimum charge per month of $1.75 per customer connected, on which there is no discount. All electricity used shall be measured by a meter installed by the City but purchased by the consumer and shall be maintained by the City at the expense of the customer. •All electricity used by farm line* worse and Sunday the Thomsons. ! cept f Or a few cuts and scratches^ . - ______ ______ AH. and Mrs. Gus Deitz, of Fair- , from broken glass. Mr. and Mrs I Edwln Greinert, Lydia Meyer, Law- mont, and Ohas. Laurenson, of Nemitz had ribs broken, and Clar- ! rence Me ver, Esther Behnke, Alfred " " had to have stitches | Meyer ' Verdell Lauritzen, Lloyd lived at Algona. Her father runs a I late 70's or early SO's the Earharts ' lts and owned and maintained by Quaker Oats elevator at Swea City, j lived at Algona a few months. Most j th< ; ""*~ Group Entertained at. Cylinder— Louis Greinert, Bertha Vaudt, --uiv-.i^utt, VII 4^1^1111LA HcXll \\hittemore, drove to Waterloo. Mrs. ence Nemit Deitz is Mr.s. Campbell's sister, and Sir. -Lauren.son her brother. Observe fiolilon AVocIilliig Day- moved from .here to Estherville month ago, last week taken to close a wound in his nose. Family Reunion at lieigeman's— A family reunion was held Sunday at -Supervisor F. J. Balgeman's. a : All the children were at home ex- oelobrated cept Viola, taking nursing at Chf- 6l>th wedding anniversary, cago. Attending: Ruth Balgeman, They were married in Vinton, later ; teaching at Sheffield; the George coming to Emmet county. About Balgemans, south- of town; the C live years ago _ they came to Swea | C. Johnsons, Mallard, Mrs. Johnson '"" '" tQ I'i-rt'herville : -being the former Meta TCalgeman; Harry, Louis, Bernice, Raymond, City, moving back about a month ago. Aid Honors Mrs. Thfcj week Wednesday, Mrs. A. J. Chrlstlanson, Mr.s. C. O. Dourte, and j Mrs. S. \Vurlmrton entertain the Methodist Aid. The day fcs also to and Delbert, at home. A 12:30 dinner was served. Ruth (Balgeman spent Sunday with her parents. Lust llonpflf Party filvon— The last of two card parties at the - ....-- „ __ „. - •• w «-w.t.v» t'(ii>,ix;n «.L L1IO bo a birthday honor to Mr.s. L. P. | academy for the benefit of the .bae- AValker, and Lillian Heidenwith were entertained Sunday evening at 500 at Alfred Bruhn'e, Cylnder. Mrs. Bruhn is a sister of Alfred Meyer. Woman Breaks Hip in Fall- Mrs. Matt Krebsbach slipped on a piece of coal Wednesday evening as she was going down cellar, and she landed on the cement floor, fracturing her hip. She was in the McCreery hospital till Saturday when she was token home. Academy Hoys' Teiiiu Wins— Academy boys defeated the St Mary's academy boys of Emmetsburg last week Monday night 22-16 on the Emrnetsburg floor. The academy second team lost its game to Berggren ,who has reached the 74th I ketbnll teams wa« held last week ' SL Maryl s second team 19-14. Girls Beat Algona Academy. •year. Mivs. Bergifren has 'been a 'member of the Aid for many years. Tuesday Hisuhoid evening. Mrs. Martin! won grand prize for the two evenings and tho high individ- Curlew Pastor (Jives Concert— The Uev. Mr. AVowner, of Curlew, Sunday assisted the Uev. Cltci. Bel- ~^ t ';fr J We^e Chl "' Ch rr'' V f-! PVellin ^ f '"' lhe w °'"«> ™« »*<> i/ic itc v. .VLI . \\eisner i.s n fino v n- 'ITT,! MI 1,1 ,, f , : had tho hij;-h .score for the evening. uul .score for the evening was won iby -II. A. Bartlett. At "500" Marie j Fandel took the honors for the two Welsner is a fine vio- li-nist, and played Nunday evening. The Mr. ,S«inu'tt.s hap; been ;u*si.sling the Rev. Mr. \\Viism-r in special services the p.'nst foiv u-C'clcs. New Cafo Owner in Mrs. Hachul .Stockman in this 'Week opening ihe Leonard Elbert won the grand prize for the men. Janitor Kiifertalng Teams— Last week Tuesday Adolf Naas, janitor .school, of the AVhittemore high treated the boys and girls' bought the restaurant from Mr. Johnson and has now .sold to M : Stockman. The home economics girU prepared the lunch, which consisted of l ' a - (leliuious chicken sandwiches The academy boys and girls' basketball teams played Algona academy Friday evening on the local floor. The local girls won 38-26, but the Algona boys won 35-27. Teams Divide AVilh AVeslcy— The local high school teams broke even with AVesley here last week Tuesday evening. The local girls won an easy game 18-9, but the boys lost 53-14. llolh Teams Lose to Fenton— The first and second boys basket- hall teams lost both games Friday evening at Fenton. The first team the second; of the last 50 years had" been spent at Osage, where for many years ! they ran a bakery. Legal* cocoa. Mr. Xaas loves to entertain and ,se 0 the young folks happy, and -score was 39-27, and and: ]fl-3. 3fiil<-lilK<>n HrollK-rs Lose Ann!— Sidney and Charles llutchinson . , .. . Sunday .rcci-ivfd word of the death ' P ° U1Ul Uh0fl • nol1, u ,"H »I»tor M™. Stella! senior,. (Jet Cla^~Phoio_ I the feed took one of his Island Ked.s. nine- of their Voung, Dextfr, -Minn. inson cam and Monday Hutch - frnin Algona Sunday W(;nt to Dexter. seniors drove over to EmmctKburg Thursday afternoon to have their graduation pictures tak- Othcr Siv«a City e "' He ?7r Huhn ' one o£ the sen ~ Mrs. Frank Thomson and daugh- l^s's ."° rma " Voi =' ht took the ter June were in Whine-more last ! Hahn °i£ !T i ? wr^T week Wednesday I ' - u ' uoul » <igner, Lester The new wervice station across I " P ^ en f lth - "ernice from the- Mt*hodtat church is near- ' ' a " d Vel ' de11 f ^ uHtzen took J " ing completion. Tho Hov. Mr. Johnson, of Lakota, was a dinner guest at «. AA'arbur- ton's Sunday. June Thomson went to more Sunday to manage a shop. AATiitte- beauty TWO SLANDER SUITS ASK $25, OOP EACH IN W INN EB AGO Slander .suits for $25,000 each which have probably tickled risibili- ties of neisbboring- observers have been filed in WnnebaKO county by I. A. Nelson, secretary-treasurer and of the Luke Mills Canning company and his aswiBtant, A. K. Nelson, against Henry Thompson, a farmer, who, tho plaintiffs claim, said in a public meeting- of 75 jjrow- of canning corn for the factory the pair are "the biggest town." , and Vercl the show in the latter part of tha afternoon. Lutheran Choir Has Party— The St. Paul's utheran choir hold a party at the school hall last week Tuesday evening. Cards were played. Alfrieda Gade won high and Eldora Dau, low, for women. Erwin Kiems won high and Oscar Schattschneider low for men. Lunch of two courses was served. Louis Greinert was a guest. Jflok Murso Reported Sick— Mr. and Mrs. Michael Best-h, accompanied by Mrs. (Margaret Marso, AVhittemore, and Charles Marso, forwith, visited from last Thursday lill Sunday at Nick Marso's, Clare City. Minn. Nick, who te a son of Mrs. Margaret Marso, a brother of Charles, and a cousin of Mr. Besch, has been sick. IHrtliduj- Is Celebrated— Kelatives gathered at George Meyer's Friday evening to help Mi- Meyer celebrate his 49th birUwlay. Lunch was serve/I. Other Whittemore Neivs. Leonard, William, and Laurera sso. AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE' Nt>.. 229 1 OP THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, AND ES- TABLISHTING- 'T8ATES, RUME3S AND REGULATIONS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF ELECTRIC LIGHT CONStlSIERS AND OTHERS WITHIN THE INCORPORATE LIMJTTS OF* THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA,. AND PROVIDING FOR A GUARANTEE FUND.. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE OITT OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That Ordinance No. 229 of the. City of ATgona, Iowa, be and tlie same is- hereby repealed. Section Two. That all electric current furnished by the City of Algona, Iowa, to consumers shall be supplied through meters and the rate to each consumer (said rate includes tJ: S. Government tax except as to current furnished farm lines and as otherwise provided) shall be as f&ll'ows: LIGHT RATES First 40 k. w. hrs. per month per- k.. w hr. 71^0 Next GO k. w. hrs. per month per fc. w. hr. 61/40 Next 300 k. w. hrs. per month per k. w hr. All over 400 k. w. hrs. per month per k. w. hr. 4 C A discount of 25% on the above rates will be allowed if paid on or before the 20th of the month in which the account became due. Minimum charge of 75c per month, on which there is no discount. SrGN HATES—SEPARATE METEB For each k. w. hr. per month Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co. 0. BIDDLE, Mrs. Laurltzeu's Mother Sick— C. W. 'Lauritzen, Whittemore, Mr. _AH accounts for electricity furnished shall become due and payable on the tenth day of each month, ex- o become due eald City of Algona, owa, from said consumer, said consumer may be denied further service by the City, and the City Superintendent shall cause said service to be discontinued until said sum demanded by the' City Clerk is paid. Section Four. That when a residence or place of business has been disconnected, a charge of $3.00 will be made by the City for reconnecting 1 said residence or place of business. Section Five. Consumers of electric current for power must elgn an agreement to ues electric current .for power for one year at least, and the shall a a parties BO failing to use electric 6ur rent' for ohe year iot power pay to the City of Algona, liquidated damages In additfon \'to the amount due 'and payable for electric current used, the mtVi<muin rate per month for the months they failed .to use electric current for power during said yeaf. Consumers of current for power changing locations shall pay to the City of Algona, Iowa, the cost to the City of maklng'eald changes. Section Six. This ordinance In accordance with law, shall take effect and be In .full force from 'and after Its legal publication. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 26th day of January, 1933, ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Approved by me this 26th day of January, 1933. c. F. SIPECHT, Mayor. BUSINESS DIRECTORY K088UTK COUNTY Weekly Newspaper Founded to Entered as Second-Class Jiatt«" 1 OXcember 81, 1008, at the Poatoni at Algrona, Iowa, Under the of March 2, 1879. r LAWYERS Acll M1 , L NOTICE OF PJtOBATE OP WIL No. 3696. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, B In District Court, January term 1933. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that a nstrument of writing purporting t >e the last Will and Testament o J. O. Paxson, deceased, date r anuary 3, 1931, having been thl lay filed, opene, and read, the 201 day filed, opened, and read, the 20t' learing proof of same at the Cour -louse in Algona, Iowa, before th District Court of said County or th Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a, m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby no titled and required to appear an show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be pro bated and allowed as and for th last Will and Testament of said de ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 23, 1933. (Seal) E. J. McEVOY, Cleric of District Court By Alma Greiner, Deputy. Shuntway & Kelly, Attorneys. 20-22 Peerless COAL We will have another car of this GOOD coal on the track this week. Order your load now and save money. There is no better coal. Ask those who use it. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Manager. IIIHIIIIIIIliB |HIIIIilll!llll!llllll!ilI!ll!lllllin PUBLIC AUCTION W. B. Quarton . QUAItTO* Law Offices, Phonea: Office '427, residence lij Algona, Iowa. "* J. I;. BONAIt Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bld» '""- " h ""» " n W. Algona, *' Office phone I W. Sullivan S. B. McMah i L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phonw_0fflce, 261; J. w. s., S0|| Algona, * ™ B. McM., 403. KAIUHNGTON ft DICKINSOS P P. Harrington L. J. DicklnLl Attorneys-at-Law " Phones: Office, 28; T. p. H., 8. J. VAN NESS, O. W. 8TIT,I,MA Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, 1. D. Shumway E r, 811 DM WAY ft KEI,I,Y' Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block C8 Algona, I 0n | L. A. WINKEL ~ Atttorney-at-Lnw Office in Quinby Building •^ Phone 180 xss Wed 5s SALE BEGINS AT 12:30; nesday, Feb. 8 LUNCH BT.BURT MITE SOCIETY 'S 179 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 791 HEAD OF HORSES 4 i J ^ = 4 8 HEAD OF CATTLE I 67 HEAD OF HOGS FARM MACHINERY, ETC hay slings; 4-sec == feed cooker; tank S I ^»^7WSS^7» «•«•«£= ^ S hSSTW r ° ad ^ 2 Single CnouS-s luWe P V 0 °rhl" ft - Sil0:pu ^^ ck - B —• nouse 10x16; some tile blocks' 8 ft Wn -i A uuuuie -nog nouses, 7x14- t = grain elevator: 2 stogie-row shovel cultlratora^rtJS'' ?°°? " new; 4 °- fl ' * ^ cu,t,vator ; EmerB on mower; iay »te t^^Sg^Mj^ M 2 0 WMiTii- uAnTj- «, TT , earner, it>o rod, . 200 WHITE BOCK PULLETS, TERMS, CASH. No property to be removed till settled for. C* E* Longtieclte* 1. O. mTvnTw *,.„* '^1* •* ^•^klPlfc Meadow 2-row rods wire. Nr L. COTTOK, Clerk HIRAM B. WHITE Attorncy-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206.. Algona, lov P. A. DANSON Attorncy-At-Lnw Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 4CO-J.; Res. 315 DOCTORS JOHN N. KEXEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CEETZMEYER Physician and Surgeon Office In John Galbraith Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 Igona i m P. V. JAITSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street 'hones: Office, 666; residence, IH| Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASEIt, M, D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room H Phone No. 12 MELVIN O. BO TONE Physician and Surgeon Office In Postofflce Block 'hones: Office, 197; residence, Mil W. I>. ANDBEWS, ». 0. stcoputhlc Physician 'and SurfMi| Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, Res. 688. n. A. EVANS, M. D. Over Borchardt Drug Store 'hones: Residence 312, office 301,| Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DO. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocalne used for ffi traction. Located over Chrlstensen Store, Phones: Business 166,. residence 41l| Algona, I»wa VETEBiyAKIANS ' L. W. FOX J. B. W1NKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.; res. 475-Rl INSURANCE K088UTH COUJfir MUTPAl INSURANCE ASSOCIATION . )ver $15,000,000 worth of insuraiml n force. A home company. Saftl 'ecure. j. o. Paxsoii, Secret«J| "ity Property Loan* Fnrm boa»| Insurance. Real Jflstate. CUNNINGHAM A LACY 07 W, State St. Algona, EMERGENCY LOANS INTEREST ON UNPAID BAI-|| ANCE FOE ACTUAL TIME LOAN BUNS Loans made on Automobiles,! Live Stock, etc. Automobiles re-I financed, payments reduced. I Our "Inland" plan of loans will j meet with your approval because they are convenient and helpful Quick service, confidential, no I signers- or endorsers required.I Twenty months to repay if nec-| essary.' Loans made same day as | applied for. LOANS MAKE TO PURCHASE || MILOH COWS AT A LOW RATE OUT OF TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment made on a t)udg«'| schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Office located let door north «' Iowa State Bank. ADVANCE WANT ADS i^JCL L*— L—*»

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