Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1933 · Page 8
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MARCH CREAM CHECKS ISSUED AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Apr. 18—The high cream checks paid 'by the Bancroft co-operative creamery for the Jast two weeks 'in (March went to Henry ILampe, $86.92; >Leo Bernhard, $65.96; J. J. Nurre, $56.51; John Wessehnan, $81.15; F. H. Meseher, 148.44; Maurice Bernhard, $38.70; Anton Stork, $35.34; Edward (Droessler, ($34.56; H. K. Lampe, f34.51; and Jos. Vaske, ?32.44. Seniors Giro Class Play— Mrs. Emma C. Welp. He attends St. John's university. (Mrs. 'Blanche Beckner and her daughter Grace spent Sunday at Wdbster City with relatives. Mrs. Beckner Is manager of the local telephone office. Florence Looft left the Wohnke •hospital Saturday and returned to her home near Swea Oity. She was operated on for mastoidttls sev-| era! weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Fangman, Alta, spent Sunday at M. J. Dyer's I ... and Frank Fangman's. Mrs. Fang- ual letter - I hardly think it neces- man was Elna Dyer before mar- sary to explain, for you have no BONNSTETTEf DECLARES J IS HEADACHE By A. H. Bonnstetter. Statehouse, Des Molnes, Apr. 8— GQtfNty ADVANCE.At^OKA y ,iQWA , my us- riage. doubt noticed in the dally papers The seniors of the Bancroft high school will present their class play this week Tuesday and Wednesday evenings im the school auditorium. The play >ia a three-act comedy, Strange Bequest. Characters are: Cevilla Cayler, James .LicMiter, Ar- Ibun Doane, Merietta Gtlbertson, Hilda Johnson, Veronica Cowing, iAvls Taylor, Clarence McGuire, BeryJ Priefte, and Mary (Dunn. Blind Woman of 92 Dies— Mrs. Jos. 'Elsibecker, son Alphonse, Mrs. Jos. Vaske, Mrs. Anna B. Mescher, and Mrs. William Vaske left Sunday ,for Dyersville, called by news of the death of Mrs. Maryann Tauke, sister o£ the late Grandma Vaske, Bancroft. Mrs. Helen Bryden, who teaches pri- that the Wnn<» mary at Buffalo Center, spent the . . , * week-end with her parents, the Appropriation bill. Consequently was considering the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bryden. I had no opportunity to sit down Francis Lonergan and Evans and collect my thoughts on leelsla- irmean anonf +VIQ Tn n c,f n ,. ,,^««n.,« . J i-nuugiiia oil legisia- Oarmean spent the Easter vacation at home. The boys attend the Des Molnes School of Pharmacy. The matter of appropriations will prove more satisfactory, In the event It passes the Senate remains to be seen. House File 644, an act to provide for the certification and training _ of teachers In the .public schools,!«'. R.' ... , was up for consideration Monday, A . rt £ ur ~ II '? Icomb ' Af **-. tax *i.« «.»i,, « i GO60 Town of Pilot Grove, nialntftl'ji- Ing road .-.. .... .,,.., ,. . 47i6 Northwestern (Bell Tel. Co.,' tel. service 'C. & N. W. >R'y Co.. frt. ..'. ." 'C. (R. I. & p. R-y co., frt. ... B. J. Butler, exp. adv 6.SO 1.01 9.97 (Rtobert . „ Sankey, oimd. «i); allowed . B. F % BurtlS, rent Zltlau fam. .... ^nt Joo -Frajref £. ju, r-asiey, rent joe -Fraaer E. H. Arnett, rent Ray San* —• i . key / '• ••> 1.66 A. A. Miller, rent Albert/ 6.15 Helmke !.., ;. $00 6.60 Algonquin Fox Farm, rent Al- 8.00 6.00 Heve this law unnecessary, espec- wll A Ur T Flsher ' patro1 tally at this time. Eimt 1 do not know what attitude Clyde Sanders, patrol; clmd' school boards take on selection of L 3 '*' 50 ' al '°wed .............. teachers generally, but 1 do know pi 0 ~!r a ;JS ltn( V? ness ; Patrol; that if they are really working™* Joft the welfare of their schools they . Montgomery, patrdi have already been doing the very L? nhn «!?5. ', abor 82.651 Scrlbner .. ' •',,, .,' goo 99.05 Sanford & Lindebak, fuel .... 1&96 96.601 'Scrlbner am iZlttlau 28.75 R. L. Corbln. med, aid 4525 iFred Smith . 16.00 33.001 Zlttlau 86.20 82.80 Scrlbner 450 2.001 'JBommel ,, ggo Mrs. Glen Cage. Tauke, -who was <>2, had been blind 15 years. The Bancroft folks returned Tuesday evening. Masons Have "Work" Meeting— The local Masonic lodge entertained out-of-town visitors last •week Tuesday evening. The occasion was work in the first degree, and two candidates were initiated. There were visitors fro-m Buffalo Dr. and Mrs. Homer Russ, Blue was more fully discussed in the Earth, and their two children were daily papers than could be done In S,,«H-V „,„ of Mr< ^ aletter . Hence I am assuming thS readers already have this information and I will pass up discussion on this subject. Since my last letter a number of bills of an Interesting nature have been up for consideration, and I will briefly outline a few. Auto Insurance Debated. House File 568, sponsored by th Claims committee, was discusse Saturday, April 1, but caused s SERVICES HELD WEDNESDAY FOR TITONKA WOMAN to do. It did seem strange Joe Helderscheldt, patrol" hat this bill appeared just after Wm§ £• . Gronbaeh, patrol repeal of the minimum wage law. w°o. Ludwl£' pau-o 1 ? 1 '" Appropriations Bill Criticised. £ ed Fuchsen. patrol ...".'.. Considerable criticism has been JoTM^^'seTpatrol oiced against the appropriations K-. F - Qulnn, patrol bill as it passed the House. The 9? toar S^' patr , 01 opposition comes from a group fe wf^i&^twi which has in the past received Chester Alme, patrol . state money to help certain organ- l3S.'.? r £ th 'Pettit, labor Izations which represent a few Prulsman ,. B4.26 T >Farm) .Y... 35,00 63.75 I. E. Asa 36.00 78.90 Albert Olson 3500 80.15 Blooms Store, prov 1S24 43.50 Alb. Olsen ... ...... ..... 4 ft 76.60| Alb. Brattling 11.17 SUPERVISOR. DiIST. (NO. 2 iLeonore A. M. .Peck, rent <F. 'Hanson, clmd. »10 Not allowed Van ttoritori u .. ^IMcMohnton- The Goeders Co., Myera ... *up. 69.00 W. A, White, prov, J. Helmers ... . •VVShott ;.. Nettle Hags .. . 'F. Grohbach .. ; Muckeyi W. . >. Holtoamp ... ... V. Hlserodt,.. . F. M. Stoner .. •H. Croueh Umberhauer, J. r>. Jj. Harris ... ffltedman. Mrs. .. Wiltse family ... E. Myers ....... Will Baker QL>. Larson gm J. Schlmmel 5.50 A. Olson , 500 F. Kline n'oo M. Rent* ......" 200 C- W. Boman 2:00 (3. Wi Gunder 200 iRoy Hasyer 2 60 Laird & MoCullough, fun. exp. Thomas Miller Dr. A. r>. Adams, x-ray Harry Johnson ..• .. 18.00 11.76 13.50 16.00 16.00 6.00 38.60 23.00 8.00 4.50 2.00 6.09 6.75 6.00 5.00 2.00 3.00 186.00 Mrs. IR. . Mrs, ISC I! ' "Jpllai," BS Seepman anson • •W. Baker s.oo much argument that action -was Titonka, Apr. IS—Mrs. George postponed - It; Provides that al Center, Bmmotsiburg, Burt, Verne, and Swoa City. Instruction School for 0. E. S L.U The Eastern Stars entertained at the Masonic lodge rooms last week Saturday evening, and a school of Instruction was conducted by Mrs. Laura Lentz, Mason City. There •were 41 visiting members from Swea City, Burt, and Buffalo Center. Meyer, who died a week ago Sun- em P'oyes of the state authorized day afternoon, was a daughter, Jo- to °P era te state-owned motor ve hanna Endeline, of Mr. and Mrs. " icles except such as are paid on John Alke. She was born In Oest- an nour ly basis, be required to friesland, Germany, July 2, 187'5, carry a liability insurance policy and came to America with her par- deposited with the heads of de- ents in 1892. The family lived at Payment having control over their Shannon, 111., for three years, and vehlcles then moved to Kanawha. She was <rlle Claims committee has had to married to Mr. Meyer, of Manson, make a sood many adjustments In. February 24, 1S9S. They moved to cases where state-owned motor ve- Kossuth in 1903, where they have hicles were involved In accidents, since made their home. They were and a feeling prevails that care- Produce Station is Moved Swift & Co. has moved its produce station from the John Nemmers building to the Alvey building, recently vacated iby the Yegge cream station. Carly.le Johnson is manager. Anton Schneider managed the station before. TVllliam Bixon lias Operation— William -Dixon underwent an operation for the removal of his appendix at 'the Wohnke hospital last Thursday. ,His condition was serious for several days, (but he was much improved Monday. He is a local drayman. St. John's Defeats Grant— St. John's high school played its first ball game this season last Thursday on the locaj grounds and won from Grant, 16-1. This week Tuesday afternoon the iboys will play Swea City here. Baptist Revival Is Closed— Revival meetings at the Baptist Church closed Friday evening. The Rev. Mr. Wesenauer, of Curlew, assisted the Rev. C. E. Bryden. Tony Alrey Leaves Bancroft- Tony Alvey left last Thursday for Colorado Springs, where he will the parents of six children, one o whom, John, died in infancy. Mrs Meyer is survived by her husband George, and children—Mrs. Julia Sleeker, Mrs. Martha Fuls, Mrs Voline Redinius, Jennie Meyer Christ and John Meyer, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Alke, two brothers, William and John Alke, one sister, Jennie Alke, and two grandchildren, Marieta iStecker and Gladys Meyer. Funeral soi- vices were conducted from the home at 1 last week Wednesday afternoon and from the Lutheran church at 1:30. Cream Checks Are Issued— High cream checks this month are Nick Heesch, $168.42; Warner Smidt, $94.43; Chris Brandt, $85.50; Bruno Stecker, ?S2.84; Edward Bartlett & Sons, $74.10; Harry Ricklefs, $73.15; Graham Bros., lessness on the part of the drivers has in many cases been responsible But legislators opposing the measure think it is Just a scheme to sell more Insurance. Foreclosure Moratorium Discussed. House File 664, an act to extend time in which answer may be made by defendants in real estate foreclosures, to prevent undue waste under foreclosure, and to provide for administration of income from such real estate, contains an arbitration-committee feature and removes what amounts to a court re- lines of endeavor.'The only argu- Elmer E^&n",Tabor"..:". " 8$ ^^^i""' "' " ment they offer Is that what they I& S » ^.M'"er,' labor ."M": || &XeLWmV,y •" !! JJ} I have always been opposed "to I Albert $&?£$, An* "" g{8 5"?SeSS2 .'" .!!'.;;:: 1$ legislation of this type, because it Richard Potratz, drag:. ... .'.'." 850 Is unfair to the people of the state T° re ?v B A er u drag ' "" W- 60 as a whole. Organizations which (^-------- am ^ - ra *" la25 l have to have state aid to E. W. Lu'sby,'' sup.' .'.!'"' "' 1 Frandson .. .. ., .. 399 £• M. Stoner ;.. 355 Ertckuon „ i*» TJmbenhauer t'og " -ROok ...... 2.60 . dmg nurse Guy Carlson drag f; I" "" s eo them along ought rather to work ,S r . e .l. B ""9 rfl . eld . ?«* £°?er a60 1.00 'F. Butts,family'..'".,".'.' 860 "— Campbell '.. s.'flO M. Merrltt. funeral'J.'Mar- tin ... 8.00 25.00 6.00 40.00 G6.S-1 47.00 Kcllnp" notion ' ° rccn ' ^ they cannot stand on their own Pete^Th.?ges "£& £% feet, they are unfit to survive. ' T ' Bourne, Aaron Steussy. dragr. Edward ' drag. m How to Get a Headache. Of course one or two appropriations of this nature will not bankrupt the state, but, taking them as |wooarow"nE>ettuf'drag".'. I'll a whole, they are the grubs ' |T "~*-- "—•-• • "" Coon" 7.7T. °".. .*" "z.w Dunn 2.50 Franzen 800 5' P 132 4.00 E, •— I r be- Beamier Vaake, drag.'. .'...'.'.'.' s'.K ohn neath the hank which are eating ^ oh j n a,. the heart out of the tree, and the Albert wutkopf g drag. "I. ".I". sooner these practices he better. terminate garf Zumach, drag Ted Hoover, drag '\.. 4.25 11.00 29.95 , I doubt that you will ever .,. ™,, monu> experience the sensations of real Henry Scheppman, drag, heartache and headache till you be- JJ? Xi n Elllnsrson, drag, come chairman of a legislative Ap- M Haselra th. labor propriations committee. 28.50 Bancroft ---- ~ • —•.".."•* wouii, it M. H. Marlow, labor . Jack Lynch, labor; clmd. $16; allowed 1380 Leo Delperdangr, labor'".'.' '.'.'.'. VJ'M Arnold Delperdanp, labor C. J. Johnson, labor ... Fred Thompson, labor . Emll Kraft, labor M. Pederson M. Rentz ... V. :Rutledge T. Thompson , Mrs. G. E. Van Doraton .. 3.00 2.00 2.00 9.00 SUiPBRVISOIRJ IXTST. N!Q. 2 clmd, Bahr •» • - 12.25 210 Margaret Mulligan, Irvington, i?h h^jidw aup pent -Saturday with her parents, A. B. TwerteJ"«fpT. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mulligan. '" ° "- 1 — Lawrence Bergman, of Emmets- iM 193. n,, n - House Whether the new bill , burg, spent Sunday here. He Is employed on the Hughes .farm Mrs. Martin Laing, Wesley, visited her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Sandt, last Thursday. The Henry Dyers, Ledyard, spent Sunday at M. J. Dyer's. 14.50 24.25 12.00 25.95 7.21 >.oo 6.80 C. S. Johnson, sup ....... H v,, Kelley-Kow-Thomson Co., slip. 13 14 Nemmers Hdw., sup. Lease & Lease sup. make his home with his James. brother Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Earl Elliot and her sister, Georgia Carmean, went to Ames Sunday to vrsit>-friend3,,.. returning Monday. Tuesday'morning • Mrs. Elliot left for her home at iRock- ford, 111., ajfter a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean. She rode to Rockford with Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, Algona, who Tvas to visit relatives at Rockford. Mrs. Josepbine iBecker returned Sunday from Racine, Wis., and Chicago, where she bad visited relatives three .weeks. In Chicago she visited her son Harold and daughter Margaret. She returned by the way of Mason City, and Sunday Mr and Mrs. Fred Becker and Edw Becker brought her to Bancroft Frances Berens and her nephews, Francis Menke and Billy Welp, returned Monday from Omaha, where they had visited since Thursday with Miss Berens' sisters Mrs. Lee Brown and Leone Berens. Miss Berens teaches in the public schools here. Billy Welp also visited his aunt, Florette Welp Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ostwinkle returned to their home at Des Momes Sunday, after ten days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Deitering. The Emery and Aioert Deitermgs and Mr. and Mrs Ostwinkle were entertained at dinner at Henry 'DeiteriiiR's Sundry Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill drove to Hollandale, Minn., Sunday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Lee Klocke, who was to undergo an 570.49; Edward Zweifel, $68.59; A. Schram, $68.40; George Rippentrop, $67.64; Peter Ubben, $66.31- Herman Dreesman, $66.12; J. A Harms, $64.98; Bruno Schutter $63.65; C .E. Brown, $63.27; Henry Gray & Sons, $62.51; E. J. Buss, $61..1S; and Frank Meyer, $60.42. H. S. Pupils Have Frolic— A number of high school students 'had a wiener roast in the Nelson timber last week Wednesday night: Loraine Peterson, Edithmae Budlong, Margaret Callies, Ardis Kelley, Helen Seed, Barbara Ball, Donald, Banta, Donald Callies, Sherman Kelley, Anlo Larson, Merwyn Hansen, and Edward Saathoff. Leaguers Present Play— Sunday evening at tbe Methodist church a iplay was given by Epworth Leaguers, and in the cast were: Harley Larson, Edithmae Budlong, Fern Krantz, Edith Reynolds, Leota Oeterreicher, Wilbur Schram, and Pauline Blakley. Truckload of Eggs Dumped— A truckload of eggs that was being brought to the W. F. Callies store tipped over three miles north of town Saturday night. Some people from town picked up what eggs that were not broken, and sold them. Betty Budlong Again Patient- Betty Budlong, who has for some time been troubled with an infected bone in one of her feet, was taken back to the Algona hospital last week Tuesday and had another operation. Smoke House Is Burned— The Bonacker brothers amoke • — Board Proceedings April 3,1933 Elbert Garage, sup. ... W. E. (Ley, storage ...... '" Mrs. Amelia Koppen, rent .... Wesley Auto Co., repairs .... Norton Machine Works, sup . petering Garage, repair work Komhaas 'Bros. Garage, supplies ................ O. W. K. Nelson, repair's ".'.'.'. Co.. 23.76 14.71 11.35 23.50 30.00 4.60 66.08 8.65 2.05 1.70 7.62 Mrs. Neitzel .. Vanderwerf A. Krominga . Mrs. Chapln .. Carroll family F. (Baumg-artner i oo L. K. Johnson lo'nn E. J. Belsch ,'S, Thos. Akre. prov E, Beisch ;; ;;; " 4 -^ lo.'oo 6.00 S.OO 14.00 6.00 I Simon Hlrner, Green H. H. Mullln, rent Wm'.' iLarl 47.00 Padgett J. Schmidt '.'. J. Knudsen ... "" A. Connelly '. Bloom's Store, ' " Board Office, Supervisors 3, 1933. Kossuth prooeed ^ to audit ' Board to 1 yy Hetken that the quarterly reports BooV'Co^ S»er l 15 t0 S J M?" i!vr\\.' ,r*Tn«.ij> «o xx. _ tr^, . . * JJl J * wlC- county, be approved. Ayes- '.? Motion by Heiken and seconded by IBalgeman that Mfnnfe Helgren Fen ' M- T T, , CO UNTY ^UND S lug j h&rr^d p rr-" nr of Algona, light and wat- — service . ... —,. S. J. Backus, postage '.'.' i"..'' ^ % h L?™*™- p??'age...'.:.": is; 1.40 54L1« ' 2.2S 49.50 5.00 12.11 193.05 191.30 151.80 ses. 199I2K Be » Tel Charles Clapsaddle." bou exp. . ""'. adv ' F sion Balg>eman '' ' ' '' and aee- session com. nd ^n n ' c , om ' and session Bros., supplies '...'"...'.' W. a Koran EleC. Co., sup.. Tire Service Co., supplies .... Paul W. Larson, supplies C ' E ' MUIer Co - IPrarrk tFIaig, sup. Anderson IGrain & sup. Coal Co., F. S Norton & Son."su'p! .'.'.".' Botsford Lumber Co., sup P. S. 'Norton & Son, sup ..... E. W. 'Lusby, sup. ^leg-Fort Dodge Co.. sup. '.".'.' oes Molnes Steel Co., sup. ... tf. J. coburn, sup. .. , . .. ^M? 1 ?. 18 , Hf S hwa y Com., sup! tJlbbs-Cook Tractor & Equip. 'OO, , flUp, , . . J. H. Larson, supplies'".. ..... C ° m Works, sup! ? :1lSup - Co - h w- 1 - - es Globe Machinery & Sup. Co aw r T r '\. er Co " lLnbric ant Co., sup- I'oyaT "400" Chas. MorriiT com." and slon ses- £, NelsonVa'sses'sor '.'. Klepper, assessor Prank W. Eabert. assessor" Andrew Elbert. assess? ' Maurice - operation for mastoiditis Monday rhe Merrills brought the youngest child of the Klockes home them. The W. J. Welps, Port Dmlge spent Saturday and Sunday bere with relatives. Mra. Welp and her sister, isaihel Saunders, took Mrs. Charles Skilling and her daughter Anne to their home at Windom, Minn., Saturday. Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and her sons Edward and John visited Mrs James Delaney. Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mrs. Dclaney is Mrs Kennedy's mother and Mrs. Kennedy is manager of the " store here. Ruth McMahon. house, located behind the store, caught fire Sunday. Not much damage was done. Youth III With Heart Trouble- Mark Bacon's son Lewis has been critically sick with heart trouble. Other Titonka News. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball drove to Fort Dodge Friday, where they met Dr. Ball's mother, of Madison Wis. Mrs. Ball is spending a few days there and expects to return Friday. Mildred and Fern Clifford and Prfncipal ' 4thri9337'9"o'cIo^k"a? U m. UrrleQ l ° Apr " County Auditor. April 4, 1933 Auditor's Office. April 4 lass ber^be cancelled and Instruct G w. Wm. Shirley, exp ........ Carl Dahlhauser, ' ...... ' v, bounty ;0° h < Brothers, 'suppile's'. IN ciema & ' Co.. sup! Carl 187.75 139.00 142.00 50.00 13LOO 112.00 40.90 61.99) 274.63 7ft 00. 77.13 181.50 8.05 1.80 3.20 10.00 69.69 9.9T __. . ** **j\j, t ouppims,, Petroleum Co., sup n Refining Co., sup'!' piles- Petroleum Co- sup- P , e0e ^£'™"«»" Applies:::: - O 'l Co., supplies .... « P. iR'y Co., frt Pub -. c 2.- P" b ' notice 35.00 .55 IS. 65 23.7 4.85 1.7 25.20 7. So 12.15 1.04 13.05 1.50 .95 100.39 101.19 25.00 27.50 23.23 25.00 62.26 27.33 21.4S 217.87 119.65 6.20 961.56 3.00 37.06 Platt .. Pr ° V< ^-O^ 8 C. S. Johnson, prov! C. K. Johnson ... Alb. Blanchard ... C. Gunder J. Schemmel lim •R. H. Steven "" oj'm Amy Johnson ." Sm Wm. Green JoS) •P. Hanson gXX H. Adams 5 -°° 9.00 10.00 11.00 14.00 4.00 S7.00 Co-Op. Soo.. fuel ... Cad .Robinson ... . 1300 •Harry Sankey . "RE Syverson c'SX Geo. Hanlg "". •& Chester Smith .. .... 3'^ r ° ri V. me , al ^ or , P°°r .... 3'.10 2.56 13.06 10.00 April 12 _ Auditor's Offl™ by MODonnlcl thafa oiv t T > Clayton Johnson .. ... S. R. Durant 2.00 e rBi P n2h ? e Leaf Co - sup j a j aehan , & co., s U ppnes.::: oley Reo °rder, office expense Dr. 73- as follows: Sec. Motion toy Heiken and seconded Bros. Algona, and Peggy Shumway, Sutherland spent Sunday at G. W. Carmean's. Mrs Carmean and her (laughters Georgia and Mrs. Earl Elliot spent Friday at Clear Lake, at W. J. Patty's Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Coates and their son Melvin left last Thursday for Waterloo, after several months visit at Clarence Ackerson's and the Mrs. Theo Nemmers home. The Coates live at Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Holding entertained the Jos. Recker, L J Nemmers an,d Frank Reciter families at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Hold- Harold Krantz, Edithmae Budlong Arlo Larson, and Harley Larson and the M. S. Cravens, Beryl an Gladys Bogges were at Burt Sat with unlay. Violet Slack, who has attende Morningside college two years came for the Easter vacation a Ray Hanson's with her father, E. 0 Slar-k, and brother Neil. The Earl Mullarkeys, of Lakota and Frank Veras, of Algona, wer Sunday visitors at Frank Hogan's Mrs. Frank Hogan celebrated he birthday Sunday. Arlene Lewis, Lakota, spent thu week-end with Irene Callies. Irene spent last week Tuesday am Wednesday at Wesley .with Lucille Cosgrove. The Roy Budlongs were Algona callers Sunday afternoon. They visited their daughter Betty, who is in the hospital there. The Herb Winters, of Swea City and James Winter, of Gilmore City! visited the J. W. Dentons and diet Lamoreux's. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs R. C. Ball, Mrs. Ball, Patty, and Mrs. Frances Budlong were Forest City callers. Marie Buffington, teaching ing was -FJorence marriage. Recker before Robert, son of John Dolan, west of Bancroft, has blood-poisoning in a foot, and is under the care of Dr. J. A. Devine. Art WeJp will return to College- vine, Minn., this week Wednesday ier a week 'here with his mother, PHONE 587 , school at Garrison spent the weekend with ber mother, Mrs Philin Buffington. The Ed Bruns, of Buffalo Center, were Sunday callers In Titonka, visiting relatives. The R. L. Krantzes drove to Waterloo Monday morning to visit relatives and friends. The George Krugers drove to Minneapolis Saturday ifor the weekend with relatives. bv seconded of 'Wesley asses->e ap- 2;70 35.86 10;00 15.10 246.22 21.69 S*?, IK ?J leri ' serving notice , I clerh or mayor marshal 61.37 152.38 48.22 65.61 3.20 79.72 1.90 8.39 1.60' 1.50 2.00 5.60 3.00 1.49 2.50 5.11 3.00 o. xv. '.uurant 400 t. A. Clark, prov. ... ! L. R. Stelnman ... ... " •JR! V. Rutledge .... ?nn V. T. Pllcher, prov. '.'.'"... C. Johnson ' t'^a C. Gunder ... ... ?S W. Johnson '" T'fiS A f. coon ;;. ;;•.;; ^ Algona Cooperative Cr'y Co., Henry Cook".!!".;."! k'ln E. Beard ?'S M. C 'Frandsen .."..'.".: a.'gS J. Helmers i >£ E. Meyers .... HS Ethel Jones »™ F. Hansen .. " ?,S Alb. Davis ..,!"..!." 126 ..!. 186 med R&y McJ\Vhorter ^V. E Wa11ey,"med.' aid" Mrs. iR, Blackmore .... 3750 Howard BcCrady .... $<« cSStif I ?°? pltal - ho«p. care Clayton Johnson 7.50 11.5 by 9.51 Bettln's Cash Store, prov J. Brlggs Elmer Beeler ... JBert Godden " '" Hoods Cash Store, prov" L. Conway 'N. Nemmers ... . ' '" M. Shoopman Mrs. Doss "" Iowa, as per bid.) 3.00 10.00 18.19 62.52 -•-•*•«• •*^l>0£} . , t . ( , , Merrill Bros., prov. . " " 1 Mrs. H. Johnson . ' '" Mra. G. Tyler '" Mrs. P. Giles Amos 'Bergman .. . 'Pet Peterson " Jim IRbbertson ... '" S m Sm .' th Department Store' au'p Baumgurtner child ...... v. Buell Code, Clinton ty Auditor, BUD / Wm fam. ' 32.50, . One o'clock p. «.70 vlson, met u 11 mem) ers Presenll , tlo n by McDonald" 1 by Punnemark that 200 g of seed .be purchased f™ 70.32 K'ng & Co. for the " 00 13 m All. Motion by ireikon and » "7 5SS?ma n that M^Jl* Ti. is hen on the J. G. Schemel . . Theo Thompson . F. Gronbach ... . Nettle Hags- ... . Aug. iRosendahl . Joe Duboskl Max Mesiner 1.80 Amos -Bergman .. " " Edna Johnson ' '" Mrs. E. Qdell '" Mra R. Hunt '" Vic Hlaerodt .. 8.66 s.so 14.00 9.70 9.85 10.30 Will Baker .'.'. J. Schmidt ..... .'.*'" Wm. Selpman .. .' P. Butts ..... James Wiltse .. .' W. c. Harris ....". Fred Coon ...... C. Neitzel ...... Amy Johnson ...... " , »« C1 W ' Hunt - tran3p ' to" Iowa .48 2.76 1,32 1.26 1.32 1.26 .90 .84 .30 3.72 Mrs, Theo Ne'mmW..; Mrs. L. Conway ... Mrs. Gllles .. . "•••••• H. Colles M. Shoopman ...".' A. Koppen Mrs. J. Kramer ..." "" iMra Tyler Mrs. Klnney .'." 2.95 4.75 2.75 4.80 6.75 8.30 15.70 4.34 235.' 236, ' 237," 'MS, ffl'l 115.06 243- 245, 246. 34S. Ayes: ' Motion by 'Funnemark i ed by Balgeman that paup served on H. T. Walder i |Shoopman. Ayes: All. Motion by iBalseman ta T )y . Mo SS nald thnt A ™°1M Lotts Creek township, bej fund of *1.00 for- dog llct or being erroneousls- asi County Auditor Instructed 1 refund. Ayes: All. On motion (Board ad jm , o clock a. m. May 2, 19tt 48.25 E. J.I Count Norton ' Machine' Works,''' sup! 3 °' 32 Algona win 6 * 1 ln th6 yeilrs 19 -'^ Watts ? over- Motion by by Heiken ^JL'l!? _ tax . es . for the ^tf^yf «aa-s [cDon-'ih^th^ 1 -' 1 -? e " ' and seconded by H. M. John N. Keneflck."me'd'.' aid " «• B. Johnson, mtir " Bert Coder, mtg ........... Paul Hertzke, mtg.".."'. ..... ' "' arbu '-ton. mtg. .. ..... ....... . Peter . Edwards, mttr . mtg. Alb. Potratz, mtff*" '" Geo Wlnkel, mtg.' '" ' U J. Kockler, mtg ' ' Chas. Kollasch, mt ff '" T" P ^"fc'man, mtg." J. P. Mousel, mtg John Frlderes mto- Sml Ayes:' All. Motion by McDonald and aeconucu by 1 unnemark that a refund of $•' 9" be given Ray S. McWhortcr Portlanrt tn\vn«hin i^,^.,,.^^ _„ , . L J » -^oiuana -. ^^, mtg S"'' y ' B °rmann. m'tg'.' John Bormann, mtg. i- "• Eraser, tg ». j. Devine, mtg. Henry Klscheld. mtg.' U. B. !F(-ankl, mtg. . Carl Mutchlns. mtg. .' O. n. Jensen, mtg ^',,F- Gast ' mtlr Millen Jensen. to™™*^*'"^^^^ > ahbcssud, and County Auditor in AT °H ea \° make '' efu '^- Ayes-^i Motion by Heiken and seconded bv Balfc'eman that because of an error 11 asriessment on following: descrii)- x I ln 4 -Wfc^Ifi'S 1 ??: 1 ^; 1 ^ cf ° tr : L,. 'Lichty, mtg. Chas. wolf, mtg ..V/" ss?-r n ^gj. -f ess0 r : -^ Ti n S^ k -=- •>. 1^. Smith, assessor ... wni.^ 1 .^.lessor ...' to beg. and is ' Kreil> ' s x'w' Boingrkssessor . w y or <3rnham . assessor . Wrt /n,' Patte rson, assessor Kd Chambers, assessor . ,^ ' ? e i? fc ; ren x assessor .-.' Goeders Co., sup Adah Carlson, dup."warrant '.'. Vinn Patters °n. collecting rd. Dist. No. .65 .79 .80 2.00 J70.S3 3.25 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 133.05 133.50 Sti.OO 111.50 119.35 6.25 IIG.'SO 116.00 4.00 84.00 SO.SO 24.40 3.70 11.75 9.00 constable 2.89 3.25 OMEsmro ANIIMAILFTMD a listing Oscar listing , sng os ;H. L. McEnroe, *' ^'5"^ e "«BtInS n foM . A ?' ?f, ren ' lis tlng dogs A. J. Seller, listing -Henry c. Nelann i Henry c. Nelson "llsUnl dogs 8.90 5.00 210 7.10 9.60 1.60 l.SO .70 9.30 7.70 1.60 S.20 7.50 S.20 6.90 5.30 7.30 1.75 7.50 9^40 i 7.40 9.'flO 4.SO Taft Market. c. wlnkel Hoh " : ' Ve ' n>t J. 10.00 8.00 17.65 17.60 1.62 20.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 S.OO John Mrs! (Peter 10.00 10.00 J. Harvey aid — . -. WUJJl > * t B t Mrs. R^ Hunt .;•;;;;.;•; Nemmers ., Simmons ... '" " 19.50 Mrs. M?s ara - 6T5eTl rtner children ones' TT -- Olsen H. Koch .. Mrs. Richard Mrs. ~ A. iRbsenau •EdGoetsoh H J. Kelly Mrs. ' E. S.S5 8.35 s'so 7.30 4.35 45.35 rent Bob" ic T eyes. Indemn.. inclemn. T TO -;-•""> i-niiiu inciemn demn. G. P. G- D. Hart,' Bureau supplies 's Boota. 5.9S 6.97 Oental Hygiene, Bi^ 87- E . J. Palmer, labor t « »-'. S. Johnann n..^,. ±>u, i 10.50 rent Milo E. Holtcamp A. Rosenau .. Otto Callies S • i«J«_/AV X . Johnson, prov. Henry Koch .!. . „,'?• L - Harris ... Thomas Akre, prov' •H. iR. Sorensen '& c Ben Rippentrop ../ Itoman Wise, prov. Joe Fral 16.0C prov. Motion by McDonald and seconded ay Funnemark ay unnemark that the indemnity bond of Adah Carlson. City c "rk Algona Iowa, for $23.50 for replace- nt ° arrant N0> 7 th thut and refund of sn<;nn o e given Cap Smith, of Cresco town hip, and that the last half of iM' axes be abated because of re^ SS l^f A',? 1 f ° r ™» Motion by McDonald and seconded y Funnemark that widow's pension f Ann Zlttrltsch be rejected Ayes- A No A S M . et » er '"sr'a'ding" proj! A J o J. A. Roberts. " pro. newbrdees '" 107.56 164.41 62.68 116.82 129.75 Frankl ros., sup."R ay Geo. Tiede. prov Geo. Scribner .' Jilmer Banner Geo. Lau ... ' L l C ,y y & Rosa, p: 8 ' 40 ocei ' J '- up Algona Ins. Agency, Ins i , r , tROAI > .MAINTEINTANCIEJ' FUND 'City of .Algona. light an a ™=* 191.64 1869.27 129.00 16.45 er service 7.7 " ght and wat ' Co. Treasurer Emmet Co" tax Co. Treasurer Hancooh: Co, II KS lt5S J 'Gi!ch Ray Geo.' «. Dau, „ _.. Mrs. Percy Phllp, who had .been at Vernon Robison'9 a few 30.00 14.10 31.19 27.82 22.60 8.68 7.75 21.13 10.00 Mrs. Jones ! J^ E. M. Stoner ..'.' ?;^f J. Schimel .. "'Si 'Mrs. Jones ... '. ^-?? C. K. Johnson".!. s'Si H. Carroll ... *-s) Anderson Grain &"c'oa'l' Co'! J. Stelnman .!.' '" Mrs. Neitzel .. WE. Baker'.. iV G - Hauensteln Mrs. Bray ton ... V.."" S.OO 10.00 10.00 10.00 5.00 13.50 43.90 Mrs" nson Prov. T i John Campbell . Thaves Sisters, .pr H. Warner, beef for po Ed poor. 1 9 .00 * 16.73 13.17 15.39 4.05 7.80 LOST 40 POl ON DOCTOR'S "I'm a user of KruschenJ a reducing ''remedy i they are .fine. Have lostn 40 Ibs. in the /past year. J ally reducing as my docli es.";Mlss Bertha Waldo, | N. Dak. (Oct. 30, 1932). Once a day take Kru« —onehalf teaspoonful in hot .water ifirst thing CT Ing. Bes-ides losing ugly f LY you'll gain in health i ical attractiveness — gas and acidity will cease ti —you'll feel younger—mor —full of ambition—clear sparkling eyes. A'Jar that last 4 weeks c a trifle at E. H. Lusby'st Borchard's, or any drugstoi world—but demand asdl Kruschen and If one bottle f loyfully please you—money! SELF-HEATING s.oo 1.50 6.50 6.75 6.75 11.00 Myrtle St. John . John Martin ... Mathlson " Button 'Blanchard J. Knudson '.'. V."!! .. ^^ R. A .Evans, med. aid J. Schlmmel . " G. Hunt .' .'" "• • J. Umberhauer Mra Selfert .. O. Gunder ... 9.00 .75 18.75 3.00 .75 37-00 19.56 90.50 41.25 ONLY AN Gross ..... Larcena Larson ... Mg. Dwlght Potter aid care Mra. .75 6S.63 6.00 6.72 7.00 16.10 MAKES IRONING EASIER and give* her more a Coleman you can do Heat may b* work. YQUP

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