Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1933
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PAGE SIX DUU HEADACHES GONE SIMPLE REMEDY DOES IT Headaches caused by constipation are gone after one dose of Ad- lerika. This cleans all poisons out of BOTH upper and lower bowels Gives better sleep, ends nervousness.-^E. W. Lusfoy, Druggist. BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE 'tocfouf' AS 42 YEARS AGO 25 ounces for25t ECONOMICAL and EFFICIENT Use only half as much as Is required of some others MIUIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT KOSSttTH COUNT? ADVANCE, ALGONA, tbWA LAKOTA CLUB IS HOSTESS AT LUNCHEON Lakota, Apr. 4—Mesdames Robert Williams, F. O. Johnson, Julia Wortman, and J. H. Warburton were hostesses to the Acorn club at one o'clock luncheon at the Williams home last Thursday. Twentynine attended, including Mesdames Helen Peters and 'Donald Weir, of Burt. Mrs. P\ G. Torine, member, now of Armstrong, was also present. The color scheme was yellow and green for spring, and bowls of jonquils decorated the living room. After luncheon and a business meeting a program was given: Mrs. P. 0. Johnson, two piano solos; Mrs. Delia Smith, brief talk on Iowa History week; Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, talk on Iowa History, Port Atkinson, and a tiny church near there with a seating capacity of only six, also on unusual bluffs near there; Mrs. Arthur Schissel, settling of the Black Hawk purchase; Mesdames William Turley, R. B. Hamquist, and Harvey Johnson, Love's Okl Sweet Song, and Just an Echo in the Valley. After •oil call the club adjourned to meet vith Mrs. W. E. Ley April 13, when fficers will be elected. At,^. Roads at Titonka are Washed Out by Floods CURTAINS SHOULD BE LAUNDERED FREQUENTLY TO riillSKIiVK THEIR BEAUTY AM> WEAKIIVG QUALITIES To prevent the damage of dry rot and sun fading they should be laundered properly at least three 'repurc for Federation Meeting— A committee from Lakota and Swe-a City clubs met at Mrs. George Heetland's last week Tuesday to prepare a program for a county federation meeting here April 25. Mesdames Delia Smith, R. E. Hamquist, and E. R. Worley represented the Acorn club; Mes- dumes Guy Beemer, Oran O'Keete, and George Heetland, the Priscilla Titonka, Apr. 4—Because of so much rain and high water two bus loads of children were sent home early Thursday noon. The water kept rising and went over one of the bridges. Friday morning the red bridge east of town was washed out, and the buses were unable to get in all day Friday. Friday night the rainbow bridge northwest of town sank down on its piers so that it was impassable, and the road was 'blocked from the north and east. It is not known when the three buses from those routes will be able to get in, as the bridges will not be repaired till the water has receded. The water also washed out many small bridges in the surrounding country, and washed out big holes in the gravel road from here to Wesley, where the water ran across the road at swift speed. There is water in nearly every basement in town and in some basements there was so much water that people were unable to •build a fire in furnaces, and old stoves were set up for heating for the time being. Khe Hruns Dies March 80— Bhe Bruns died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Mayland, last Thursday. Ehe 'Bruns was club; Mesdames T, Vaux and Bravender, the Thursday club L. at i Swea City; and Mesdames Frank Thomson and Thompson, the Swea City W. C. T. U. Lunch was served by the Lakota women. times each year. And clean curtains make such a Many Koarts Under Water— A severe wind and rainstorm struck this vicinity last Thursday night at 9 o'clock and continued for 'hours. There were still huge snow banks everywhere, but the rain thawed much snow, causing a real .flood. Friday water was running over many graveled and dirt roads born in Holtband, East iFriesland, Germany, March 19, 1862, and was baptized April 16, 1S62. She came to America with her parents in May, 1S70, to Freeport, 111., and after one month they moved to Ackley, where they made their home for 17 years. In 1887 they moved to Kossuth, farming till 1906 when Miss Bruns, her mother, nephews, and adopted son, Dick Molter, moved to Titonka, where she has since resided. Miss Bruns was an invalid for .many years, suffering with asthma. When she was able she attended church services at the Lutheran church. She was confirmed and partook of the Lord's Supper a few weeks ago. She is survived by her sister, Mrs. Henry Mayland, her adopted son, Dick Molter, and many other relatives and friends. Funeral strvices were held at the Lutheran church Sat- urday at 1:30, the Rev. H. Schoen- Hen officiating, and burial was made in the German township cemetery east of Titonka. Senior Class Piny Chosen— The senior class recently chose Light House for the class play to be given the first part of May. The oast is: Erma Lowrie, Edithmae Budlong; Aunt Sophia, Margaret Callies; The Mystery Woman, Viola Rike; Peggy Van (Ess, Vernelle Zweifel; Yami, Merwyn Hansen; Arthur Hale, Lester Eden; Macintosh, Donald Banta; Mrs. Murdock, Elsie Kuchenreuther; Thompson, Edward Saathoff; and Oswald Kerrins, Arlo Larson. This Is the first mystery play given toy the high school. ' Bridge Club Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. S. J. de Vries and Mr. and Mrs. Howard French entertained their dinner bridge club at the French home Monday evening. Prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs, high score, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, low score. Other Titonka News. Irene Callies, who has been attending a 'beauty culture school in Sioux City for the past few months, EX-IRVINGTON YOUTH ESCAPES DEATHY FIRE Irvfngton, Apr. 4 — From s the Jesse Bakers, known to many In Kossuth, comes word that they are operating a dairy and poultry farm near Shelton, Wash. The eldest laughter, Vivian, who was married lo Berryman Davids several nonths ago, and Uer husband have i small farm near Kelso, Wash. Urs. Baker Is a daughter of S. R. loney. !Mr. Roney's only son Archie, working' on the .Boulder 3am In Colorado, recently reported an exciting experience. He had a mrnlng electric bulb in bed with ilm one night when he was suffer- ng from cold, and aome hours lat- >r he was awakened when a night watchman hanged on his door, demanding to know the cause of all he smoke. The bulb had burned everal inches into the mattress, Woman's Birthday Is Observed— Mrs. J. B. Roblson celebrated a irthday anniversary at her daughter, Mrs. M. 'L. .Roney's Sunday. Her other daughter, Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, and the son Rome also spent the day with her. The other son, Ross, Kaillapell, Mont., has not Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, March 30, 1933— Cltj' council met in regular session on this day at the city hall,' and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND Salaries __________ ...... $ 1010.00 General Electric Supply Corp., rndse. ____ •__ ---- 71.03 West. Elec. & Mfg. Co., mdse. ________________ American Gas Machine Co. mdse. ________________ W, D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 12.35 30.00 11.60 Terry-Durin Co., mdse. — 71.01 White Eagle Oil Corp., lub. oil 121.86 West. Elec. Supply Co., mdse. 136.16 Johnson Oil Refining Co., gas, oil 181.01 been back in several years'. Mrs. Robison heard two radio dedica- is spending a vacation with her tions in her honor, one from the ~ "' " -' ~ " Omaha Gospel tabernacle, "God parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Callies. She arrived home Friday evening from Mason City, where her brother Carl met her. The L. C. Heifners took Mr. and Mrs. Donald Terpstra to Des Moines Sunday. The Terpstras had been spending a few days vacation with the Heifners. Mrs. Terpstra was formerly Viola Heifner. Mr. Hamilton, president of the Hamilton Business college, Mason City, gave a talk before the high school assembly Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong were in Algona Saturday. The R. C. Balls were in Algona Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast entertained their Wednesday evening bridge club last week. The Frank Veras, of Algona, were Sunday visitors at Frank Hagan's. /•iiffn™,,,. n j. H «»ci juiuij siciveieu aim uin roaus difference m the appearance of a | to a depth of one to four feet, and some grades were washed out. Bv room. Our methods o£ laundering are safe for the finest fabrics. Carefully washed in soft water and •pure soap . . , carefully dried without hooks or pins . . . your curtains will come back to you exact size to hang straight and even . . . Send your curtains with next "week's washing. KIRSCH LAUNDRY PHONE 2G7 Money Wanted! In our work as Secretary of the Algona National Farm Loan Association; placing Farm Loans with The Federal Land Bank of Omaha; we learn of numerous opportunities money to loan private in sums from $500 to $5,000 on first-class Farm Security. We Want to Hear From You if you have some money to place on such security, at 5 per cent to 7 per cent, ac cording to time and amoun allowed. H. D. Hutchins Secretary Algona National Farm Loai Association Insurance and Farm Loans No. 409 East .North Street Telephone 205 (2 blocks north of Algona creamery.) Sunday much o£ the water had disappeared, but some low grades were still under water. -!•][ Training 1 School Held— Mesdames Frank Lewis, Jacob Telcamp, Julia Wortman, A. Q. Smith, and Jerry Heetland, with Emma Gutknecht, Irene Zielske, and Mary Jane Lewis, went to Bancroft last week Monday to attend a 4-H training school. Miss Forbes, Ames, and Mrs. Leaverton, H. D. A., had charge, and the lesson was on rug making. Canadian Leaves for Home — Charles Gutknecht took brother Edward to Elmore his last Special "This week's Special Land Value Well improved 80-acre farm young orchard Located on pavement. Will assign this year's lease Low taxes, paid for this year $1,000.00 down, bal. at 5 per cent. See Us Now McDonald & Company Iowa State Bank Building. Phone 213-W. Never a better time to buy laud. week Monday, and thence Edward took a train for Minneapolis, whence he was to return to his home at La iPorte, Sask., where he owns a farm. He came home for part of the winter, and also at Tucson, Ariz., visited his brother Fred. Confirmation Class Picture Taken The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking took the Presbyterian confirmation class to Algona Saturday to have a class picture taken. There are 19 in the class. They -will be received into the church next Sunday. Aped Woman Has Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. p. L. Koppen and Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Heyes were dinner guests at the J. H. Warburton's Sunday in honor of Mrs N Noble's birthday. Lenten Sermons Are Giren— The Rev. F. 0. Johnson is giving a aeries o£ Lenten sermons on the Seven Last Words from the Cross. He preached on The Penitent Thief Sunday. Woman's Birthday Is Observed- Relatives gathered at Arthur Lester's last week Monday evening to help Mrs. Lester celebrate a birthday. Other Lakota News. Raymond Smith went to Aurelia last week Tuesday, and Wednesday brought home his wife, who liad been caring for her mother, Airs Dawson, who had been sick since the death of a son early last month A hoy was born to Mr. and Mrs Will Wirtjes last week Sunday, and a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Ike Harms last week Monday. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christ last week Tuesday. B .F. Edwards, Paul Hertzke, and J. H. Warburton, Lincoln township trustees, and Homy Patterson, assessor, met with township clerk, Bert Coder, Monday for a regular April meeting. On account of bad roads Lena Gutknecht came home by train via Albert Lea from Mason City Satur- PETER REDING, LOTTS CREEK, DIES MARCH 27 Whittemore, Apr. 4 — Peter Reding, 73, Lotts Greek, died last week Monday. Late in February he suffered an attack of bronchitis, and complications developed which caused death. Mr. Reding was born in Luxembourg in I860 and came to United States in 1896. He was married in 1897 to Elizabeth Erpelding, St. Joe. They began housekeeping on a farm -near Algona and lived there ten years. In 1907 they moved to the present home .farm. Mrs. Reding and! two daughters, Mrs. Henry Mueller 1 and Margaret, also a son, Joseph,, two brother two sisters, and five gjandchildre survive. One son, Chris J die July 27, 1931. Funeral services were conducte last week Wednesday morning a St. Michael's Catholic- church Father William Veit officiating Pallbearers were Ftanfc iBesten lehner, H. W. Geelan, Joa Loe bach, Peter Elbert, Oscar Poiroi and C. L. Cavanaughv Elsie Behnke Is Married— Whittemore was surprised 1 last week by news that Elsie Bfefrnke, o Colorado Springs, Mo-.,. disagMer a the Albert Behnkes, was marriec March 5 to George Kase, Cincin nati, Ohio, by the RBV. C.. H_ Kase day for an Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht. Among shoppers at Algona Saturday were the A. Hassebrooks, Mesdames Harvey Johnson, William Schroeder, and Arthur Ander- and the latter's daughter Betty. Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe Heyes attended a party at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bal- vam-e Saturday evening in honor of Reuben Balvance's 24th 'birthday. The Jacob Telcamps went to Mason City last week Wednesday accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs Frerking. Mr. Telcamp is still taking treatment for ear trouble. Mrs. E. J. Woodworth came home rom Le Mars Friday. She had akon her sister home early last voi'k. The annual Presbyterian congregational meeting was held at the . .. _ Kase the young man's father, at th Kase home . Mr. Kase- ra a fores ter, and they will make their- Itome in Cincinnati. Eight Attend Quilting- A quilting bee was held one da: last week at the Mrs. Helen Wai ters home. Attending.- -Mtesrfames Arthur Heidenwith, John Wilson Joseph Kollasch, H. C. Meyer, Peter Volk, Ernest Saager, Mike'lCop- pen, all of Whittemore, and' a Mrs Hansen, of Britt, daughter of Mrs Wilson. Visits Rochester Clinic _ Mrs. Lawrence Pert], Whittemore accompanied her mother, Mrs Senry C. Johanssen, Algona, to Rochester, Minn., last week Tues- lay for a physical examination They returned last Thursday and Mrs. Johanssen will return to Rochester in a later date. Two Families Make- a The Roman Eisenbachers have moved from the old Creighton house to the old Neuman place southeast of town. The Charles Lauritzens have moved from the Home cafe to the Creighton house Mrs. Schoonhoven has charge of the Home cafe. IV. P. Itlng-lcr's Father Dies— The W. 0?. Ringlers drove to Belle Plaine last Thursday to attend funeral services for Geo. W Ringler, 87, father of W. P. The elder Mr. Ringler was an Iowa pioneer and a Civil was veteran. Mrs. Otto Tell/ Returns— Mrs. Otto Teitz, sister of Mrs. D Cordes, returned to the Cordes homo a week ago Monday from Iowa City after a couple of weeks at. the University hospital. Her health was improved. To Drive to Kew York- Irene Foxsen and a patient, Milton Bernstein, of Rochester, New York, drove here last week to visit at P. J. Foxsen's. They expect to ., . .. , ----- —«- .•liuruh last week Tuesday evenin- Vlsit llere a week an d then drive to \ potluck supper was served. ' ' B i'°°^ ] yn, N. Y. The cantata, Joyous Bell of Easer, will be given at the Presby- enan church by the choir next unday evening.' Friends of Mrs. John Makis gath- red at her home a week ago Fri- ay to help her celebrate a birth- ay. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith vis- ted at Ray Estle's, Ledyard, Sun- Illuslrates Mass lecture Father Finnegan, Emmetsburg gave an interesting lecture on the mass, which he illustrated by lantern slides. This was part of the Sunday night Lenten devotions. Girl Born to Herman Fandels A girl, the fourth girl in the family, was born to the Herman Fandels last week at the Iowa City university hospital. Window Sinusites Finger- Evelyn Voight suffered a smashed finger at school last week when a window fell on it. Other Whittemore News. Erwin Kuecker and Arlene Sunding visited over Sunday with the latter's parents at Ames. The Sundings formerly lived at Algona, and Miss Sunding was a clerk at the Graham store. She now teaches a rural school southeast of town. Marcus McKester, of Norwalk visited Sunday at Tom Ford's. The Fred C. Baileys, of Iowa Falls, visited friends and relatives here Sunday. Lucille, daughter of the William Reimers, Cedar Falls student, was home for Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gille have returned to their home at Shullsburg,.Wis., after two weeks with Mrs. Gillis' sister, Mrs. Catherine- O'Brien. They had visited Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Boyle, Blackfoot, Ida.,, before coming here. Mr. and Mrs. William Koeh- necke, Sheldon, and their son Er- WillTake Care of You," the other, "Sweeter as the Years Go By" from Yankton. She received many greetings and tokens of friendship from friends. Two messages from a distance were from Mrs. Charles Jones, Union Grove, Wis., and Mary Smith, former Algonian, now with relatives at Genoa, Ohio. Mrs. Robison plans to visit her son, Earl Humlong, Chicago, this summer, and attend the World's fair. AM Society Elects Officers—The Aid met last Thursday at the Annex, 16 attending. The annual business meeting was held. All old officers will hold over except Mrs. A. McLean, vice president, who resigned. Mrs. 0. L. Miller was elect- Securitry Petroleum Co., gas, oil C. M. St. P & P. R'y, frt. on gas, oil 1 Remington-Rand Inc., service Standard Oil Co., oil Pratt Electric Co., mdse— Pratt Electric Co., mdse._ Clapp's Master Service, mdse. election —ii-.i.aa^j-"-' ,4.86 A. L. Hist, judge of elec* • tloh - ^...u.—i._ 4.80 P. A. JDanaon, cahta»» election returns —*_— 2.00 J. A. Marig, labor _~ 2.60 Edward Johnson, lalbor ^_ 2.00 Ralph Elbert, repairs ___ 10.76. City Improvement tfund, transfer '2000.001 J. L. 'Bonar ,Clty Attorney, services for the year „*. 200.00 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service Lloyd Muckey, refund poll tax • Haggard & Waller, print- Ing , FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary Algona Fire Co., fires „__ W. S. Darley & Co., mdse. Zender & Caldwell's, flidse.. Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 3.25 3.00 82.35 45.00 150.00 13.96 54.00 2.60 BUSINESS DIRECTOR Newspap Entered aa Cresco Union Electric Co., sign , Western Union, service _ Tire Service Co., gas and oil and mdse. 202.37 404.20 40.00 12.38 19.20 28.02 2.40 2.79 .33 11.88 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 Sewer Seven 'Fund, transfer 100.00 -,TT|M MMMW2 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. December 31, 19 OS , at •t Algona, Iowa Um of March 2/879 the ; ler i W. B. Quarton QUARTON A _. Law Phonas: LEGAL NOT Tire -Service Co., mdse. __ 17.67 P. S. Norton & Son, coal. 18.70 K. D J.ames, mdse. .60 Collector of Internal Revenue Feb. tax 151.99 H. W. 'Post, frt. and dray- 14.15 R'y Express Agency, express 1.G4 S. J. Backus, P. M., 'box rent . .75 S. J. Backus, P. M., stamps 3.00 Hilbert Hantelman, mdse. 3.00 W. H. Horan Electrical Co., mdse. , Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. C. F. Specht, telegram 71.52 25.90 32 Ernst Thiel, meter reading 34.28 Win. McMahon et al, mdse. 11.00 laibor 'Clarence Phillips et al, refund deposits Advance Pub. Co., printing Westinghouse Elec Supply Co., mdse. Pulton Iron Works Co., mdse. N. W. Bell Telephone ~Co~ service ed to take her place. Other officers Evere t CTobinson et al are: president, Mrs. Earl Miller; - Iett u RoWn son et al, treasurer, Mrs. Prank Ditsworth; •and secretary, Mrs. K. P. Roney. After the meeting refreshments were served by'hostesses Mrs. V. J. Schichtl and Mrs. T. E. Wlckwlre. Spring Earlier In Illinois- Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Haynes, who had heen visiting relatives here and at Fort Dodge for several weeks, have returned to their home at Peoria, 111., where they found spring much farther advanced than here. Mr. Haynes- has heen suffering from pleurisy and heart trouble since his return home. Mrs. Haynes is a cousin of 0. L. Miller. New Depot Agent Arriyes— Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosan moved here early last week. Mrs. Rosan is the new depot agent, and they are housekeeping in rooms over the depot. J. W. Lane, former agent, went from here to Toledo w&ere Mrs. Lane is caring for an invalid 1 . 4.00 25.00 47.76 11.13 55.87 16.20 5.00 last high win visited relatives here week. Erwin, junior in school, was having a vacation. *„„ Koehneckes formerly lived here. Mrs. Jess Marshall and family and her brother, Donald Weir, of Whiting, visited over Sunday witti their parents, the Mike Weirs. Mrs. Marshall was formerly Elizabeth Weir. Wm. Leisner and Mrs. Charles Heidenwith, of Lotts Creek, and the Charles Geilenfelds Jr., antf family, Algona, were at Arthur- Heidenwith's Sunday. A boy was iborn March 17 to Mr and Mrs. Ernest Maahs, Nashua Minn. Ernest is a son of Mr. and' Mrs. Wm. Maahs, Nashua, formerly- Whittemore. The P. J. Foxsens drove to Clarion Sunday to visit at W. C. Butler's. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Harold Butler, May Foxsen. formerly- Verna Emmanuel, high school teacher, received news one day last week that her father had slipped and fractured a bone above his ankle. Ruth Balgeman, teacher at Sheffield, returned to her work- Stop- day, accompanied by Oscar Schattschneider, who returned Sunday Mrs. Velma McBride accompanied her parents, the J. tr. sunroe- ders, of Burt, to iDes Moines Friday. They returned Sunday. Miss Linstrom, public school rade teacher, accompanied' her parents, of Albert City, to Minneapolis over the week-end. English Lenten services will be held Thursday evening at St Paul s Lutheran church by the Rev Mr. Kabelitz, of Fenton Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chafus have eturned to their home at Davenport, after attending the. funeral of Mrs. Francis Chalus Mrs John Ruhnke 'is a patient at WM M Sp™f rjr hos Pital; Patricia Wer R N.. is nurse. Edna Mos- Jach is sick at home Mrs John .Ruhnke left the hos- Jltal Saturday after two week's nedical treatment. Patricia Weir was her nurse. Mr and Mrs. George Gifford and Airs Wm. Gifford, of Charles City, visited last week at Mrs. Joseph ileurer's. John Bill, and Ruth Bestenleh- ier, of Algona, visited over Sunday Bestenlehner ' s and Lewis Other Irrlngton News. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on "There is a place caiLled Calvary." The text was taken from Luke, 3:33: "And When they were come> to- a place called Calvary there they crucified Him. Mr. English- requested 1 all members of the congregation to read the 40tl psalm repeatedly this -week. The annual efturcfa business meeting will be held next Sunday morning and all officers are to .present re- pout.. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Ray Kayler, of Titonka, and a son, with Mrs. Fred Andrews- and 1 her daughter Ardeth visited at Mm V. j. Schichtl's and M. L. Roney's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Andrews was spending several days with the Kaylers .before Public Ownership League of Am., service WATER FUND •Salaries r 418.00 Earl Bowman, lahor _"_ The Lunkenheimer Co., mdse. Leighton Supply Co., mdse Neptune Meter Co., mdse. 21.76 17.08 23.43 con- - tinuing to her home at Staples Mrs. Le-wi'a- Schicbtl and her son W ayne spent Saturday and Sunday with- rclatiives at Algona. The Harry Sa-bins. were Sunday afternoon callers at Rome Robison's Th& Clafr Robisons moved in the house ,here owned by Mrs. Charles Sankey early last week. They formerly lived at Wesley Mrs-. Ralph Ballard, "of Redwood Fails, spent last week with • her sister, Mrs-., diaries Sankey. Four Corners Tlie Mothers & Daughters club met March 23 with Mrs. Rena w was- the Brown Church in the fu * C 1 J1 was answered with favorite Sunday dinners. A demonstration of fancy articles was as given by Leona arid Grace Walker > On Buffalo Meter Co., mdse._ 47.20 Laing & Muckey, mdse.__ 1.60 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 9.08 H. W. Post, frt. and dray. 2.26 GENERAL FUND Salaries 2 34.00 F. W. Green, dogs 3 oo Thos. Akre, rent _._ 1042 Standard Oil Co., gas and oil Elbert Garage, labor""" Matt J. Selzer, gas and oil Street labor 416.50 Ross Coleman, gravel 31.50 Jease Umbenhower, dump 1000 Botsford Lumber Co., 7.79 .SO mdse. 4.35 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 1106 The Goeders Co., mdse. Helberg's Garage, gas J. W. iSperaw, repairs __I Wm. Harris et al, snow removal .16 .79 1.00 68.00 465.00 40.00 50.00 C. F. Specht, mayor, salary for year H. M. Hauberg, treasurer, salary for year Dr. Fraser, health officer" salary for year W. A. White, 18 council meetings 16 40 W. A. Foster, 17 council meetings 16 B0 Prank 'Kohlhaas, 16 coun- council meetings 14.60 . Herman, 17 council meetings ls 50 Thos. Kain, 18 council meetings _ jg ^ Frank Geigel, 18 council meetings _ 16 40 Helen White, clerk of election Hazel Lusby, clerk"of election Adell McDonald,"judge~of election _^ sora St. John, judge~~of election NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given -that by' virtue of Special Execution directed 'to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In said Court on the 24th day of January, 1933, In favor of Aetna 'Life Insurance Company, as plaintiff, and in rem against Hugh-H. Marlow and Georgia Marlow, and in rem against the premises hereinafter described for the sum of Thirty-five Thousand Forty-eight and 28/100 Dollars ($35048.28) and costs taxed at Four Hundred Sixteen and 66/100 Dollars ($416.fi5) and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Hugh H. Marlow and Georgia Marlow to satisfy said Execution, to-wit: The West Half (W%) of Section Twenty-four (24), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., containing 320 acres, more or less according to the United States Government survey; And I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 24th day of April, 1933, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, when and where due attendance will he given by the undersigned. Dated this 25th day of March, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Casey (Loss, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, plaintiff's Attorneys. 29-30 Phone.: Phone.: «. /. VAN NESS, G. , . Lawyers 3. D. Shumway Attorneys-at-Uw Office in Qulnby Phone 180 HIBAM B. WHITE Attorney-n(.I, nw P. A. DANSON Attorncy-At-Iaw Office over Iowa State „„ Phones: Office, 4GO-.T.; R es | .-j DOCTORS JOHN W.'HE\EFICK Physician and Surgeon , Office over Rexall Drug Sto«l Office phono 300 Res. phono 326. C. H. n«i Ph y slc ' an Office in John G Surgeon Block! JVOWCE OP EMBARdo ON COUNTY ROADS Notice is hereby given that an embargo has heen placed on all county trunk and local county roads of Kossuth county, limiting the maximum gross weight of vehicles and loads to 6,000 Ibs Said embargo to be in effect from and after the 29th day of March, 1933. Embargo to be lifted at such timo as county engineer deems advls able. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By E. J. BUTLER, County Audito: March- 23, 1933. 29-3 » > - as given by Mrs. Eula Rich and Eve- was also a W. A. White, judge of election D. L. Leffert, clerk"'of election • A. McDonald, clerk election 'rank Geigel, ~~judge election of of Marie Payne judge ofVlec- 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.80 4.80 4.80 DONT GET DP NIGHTS THIS 25c TEST FREE If It Falls Physic the hladder as you woul •the bowels. Drive out the impurl h e ,f t* 1 ?* ^ CeSS acids whlcn <*us the irritation that wakes you up Get a regular 25c box of BUKETS made from buchu leaves, junipe f ° Ur days *«*• "no f° ack and set y° ur 25c work on the .bladder simila to castor oil on the bowels. Blad der irregularity is nature's dange b f <* b ° und to £eel "ette you after h arter this cleansing and rpur regular sleep.-'i TW Lushv Druggist, Algona" W. J TDenton " recitation by Mary Cruik^ank | tlon -----1- 4 80 The next meeting will he held tWs P """ Q VM "' week Thursday at Mrs. Violet Walker's, and officers will elected. M and left John and Mr, , Harvey Johnson, Algona the funeral nf v to nera of N. E. Marso, who had been in poor health for months He was brother-in-law of Mr3 . Rich ^ a of Mr. and Mrs. John? Ciy, L. J. Lowman got home Satur- had Verlanda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Theodore Knecht, has been aving an attack of rheumatism Naomi Wegener and Russell Thompson, Lone Rock, spent -Saturday, at Arthur Heidenwith's. Ave Simpson, teacher at Parkers- urg, visited over Sunday with lo- al relatives. Lakota ™ Tr T nths with The Union No. 7 school had yP Hng vacation Algona w , gona high school senior, taught last week Monday and Tuesday and Ruth Robinson taught ?h7' Lotts Sefk tW ° days Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham visitora at one The -Priscilla dub had a „„„ clock luncheon at the Nick Beh- en . d ? k ome last week Wednesday lea WaS played ** three ta " The Presbyterian choir is pre- aring tor an Easter cantata. ered-dish luncheon afr church services The afternoon was spent for Easter call Claire Kei.th, judge "of election ______ Imelda Dooley/'cleriT'of election H. F. Huenhold7clerk~~ 0 f election _______ Alma Nelson, j~udge""of election Alice Hutchins~~judg<r~ 0 f election ~~ " Vallie election Loreen R.,Sim"mon7,~cIerk of election 4.80 4.80 4.80 4.80 4.80 4.SO, 4.80 the next S months of SFNll C1 ULI1U 01 The Atlantic Monthly Make the most of your read- -#3=2 »l..(mentPoning SAY "NO!" WHEN IT RAINS, , T PQMR5 P. T. JANSE, JU . „. «,,. y8lclan and Snr&con • Office on South Dodge Street! Phones: Office, 666; residenceY Algona, Iowa WAI/TEB FKASEU, H. J, Physician and Surgeon Office In Qulnby Bldg., Room! Phone No. 12 _ MEtVIN G. BOUENB Physician and Snrgeon Office In Postofflce Block . Phones: Office, 197; resident! • W. D. ANDREWS, ». 0, Osteopathlo Physician and St. Located In General Hospital] Phonea: Office 1ST, Re«. 6 B. A. EVANS, Sf. D. Over Borchardt Drug St«w | Phones: Residence 312, office I Algona, Iowa. : i DENTISTS DB. H. H. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocaine used tor traction. Located over Chrlstensen Stfl Phones: Business 166, residence)! Algona, Inwa VETERINARIANS K W. FOX J. B. WINICEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algoiu Phones; Office, 475-W.; res. ' ^ — INSUBANCE KOSSUTH COUNT r . INSUBANCE ASSOCIATES] Over $15,000,000 worth of in In force, secure. A home company. J. O. Paxson, Sei City Property Loan* Farm 1 Insurance, Real Estate. CUNNINGHAM & IQ7 W. State St. A DIS Sharpening You will be surprised cheaply you can set disc sharpened at the Tb Wood & Iron Works spring. Drop in and ass» our special March prices. | B. A. Thori By actual teit. there ta no better coffee, None tl«« will give y» tf greater yalue l«* your money. IU<*' •atitfying fl»v»f -and it's olw»y» roaster-fresh. TO NE'E

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