Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 6
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HOTCHKISS, 63, FORMER BURT PASTOR, DIES Burt, June 13—The body of the Rev. (Norman L. Hotchkiss, who was pastor of the iMethodist church here from 1927 to 1929,was brough here for burial Sunday. Funera services had been held at Popejoy in charge of Dist. Supt. Clegg, and services at the grave were conducted by the Rev. J. E. Clifton. The Rev. A. A. Howe, Buffalo Center gave a short address, and other pastors assisted. Members of the official board of the local church Who served under the Rev. Mr. Etotchklss wore pall bearers. Mr. Hotchkiss .was born near Jefferson, Ohio, December IS, 1869, and died June 8 at his home at Popejoy, aged 63. He was admitted to membership in the North- West Iowa Methodist Conference in 1693, and served 40 years in pastorates in the Northwest Iowa and Minnesota conferences. Among charges besides Burt which he served were Armstrong, Thompson, Bancroft, Woden, and Popejoy, where he had served since last fall. (Mr. Hotchkiss had been in poorj ihealth lor several years, and for some months a daughter had filled Ihis pultpit. K088PTH COONTT ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA Churches at SweaCity Conduct Bible Schools Swea City, June 13—The 1m- manuel Lutheran church opened a vacation Bible school last week Monday, and 64 were enrolled the' first day. The Rev. Mr. Swanson and Myrtle Hoicomb, Theodora Hovey and Elna Berg are instructors. The school will run two and a half weeks. The Baptist church held a one week's school from 9:30 to 12, and 1:30 to 3:30 p. m. The teaeh- ng staff was the Rev. Albert Rust, of Corwith, Raymond McCrary, Urs. Alfred Anderson, Virginia Fults, Florence Johnson, with the S1men ? rhey <lay m -t- Park th,rwe7k, where uated from Morningside college, Sioux City, last week, and the Rev. and Mrs. McDowell with Grace and Bud drove to Sioux City to the exercises. Wendell received a bachelor of arts degree, and was one of 11 who were elected to the Zeta Sigma fraternity, which requires an average of more than 90 for the four years. Wendell came with his parents to Port Dodge, and from there went to Iowa City to begin work for his master's degree, having a scholarship there. He expects to go to Yellowstone Ibault, Minn., Sunday. They atso visited the David Pinks, Buffalo Center. The William Sturdivahts and the Guy H. Buttses visited a peony farm at Humboldt Sunday. Anna Plom spent Monday and Tuesday with iMrs. R. Bernsten, Britt. Farmer's Goiter Removed. B. H. SPotter, southwest of town, had an operation for removal of a goiter at the university hospital, Iowa City, last week Monday, and is expected home sometime this week. Mrs. Potter, who went with him, came back last Thursday. Tentlon i. ....,.-..* ii.... i..,, . ventlon ........... . .. ..... , B. J, Woodworth, attend. con- Maude M. Hanna, attend. con- : vftntlon u .* ...... .; ..... ..... P. W. Bjftngerman, attend, cbn- vention Edward Kauptman, convention attend. 2.W 3,00 100 2.60 1,60 200 .. ...*>, ,,i,,. ... J. M. Fleming, attend, convention ..... . ............. -., Edw. H. Dehnert, attend, convention .. ........... . ..., v .,.. Walter S. Anderson, attend. convention ..... , 7 . ............ Henry Sel berg, attend, convention ............. .. ... ...... Clem Diers, attend. Convention 2.30- _ enrolled. The Methodist . church Secret Wedding Announced— opened a school Monday morning. Louise Freist and Goldner Elliott The Rev. Mr. McDowell, with Mrs. last week announced their mar- Barker, and Mary Seylar and Lu- rlage, which took place December U. 1932 at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Elliot, of (Buffalo Center, llle Thomson are teachers. Mac rrog-ranTirGlven- | brot her and sister-ln-Taw of the ™-IP /rn 0 * Auxiiar ^ Presented groom, attended. Mrs. Elliott was i2£S''^^^..r^sl? 1 ^!?^..?™-..!-^"- high eek. The le -Pldao was 8ch ° o1 in 1933 ' and has »ved In the by Grant neighborhood and south of SW6a most of her life ' Mrs. Elliott June 2, 1933. Auditor's Office June 2, 1033. 'Board of Supervisors 'met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnomark and seconded by Ualgcmnn that the following are the amounts In the offices June 1, 193X, 09 counted by the Board of Su- J: A. Nyman, attending- convention .- ' 2.20 LI. IL. llense, attend, convention 130 E. C. Welsbrod, attend, convention '294 W. H. Horan, Electrical Co.c sup , -f.. k i . 120 Kohlhaas & Spllles. sup ^!BO Nelson (Hardware, sup Koch Brothers, sup •Panama Carbon Co., sup. ., . Matt Pnrrott & Sons Co., sup . Hammond ft Stephens So., sup. Pacific carbon & Ribbon Mfg. Co., sup. Freeman-Journal Pub. Co., sup! K-H-pto Loose (Leaf Co., sup. ... Burroughs Adding Machine Co, Aaron W. gteusny, labor .. .. ,S.W Detbert Sharp, labor ... ...... W.*» W. H. IRIcklef*. labor ... ..... 28.00 IK. H. DepOe, labor' 4.00 Henry Fiaohef, labor ... ,., .. 6.80 W. H. Meyers, labor ... ... .. 2.«0 Henry Kollasch, labor 12.60 8.16 .1.75 21.9S 8.11 3.36 13.26 2.14 Kbh'ihaas'ft Spl'lles.'sup. 25.36 Nelson Hardware, sup 4.30 Fred Seylar, labor Wm. c- Dau Oarage, sup. Joe; •Greenberjf, sup. ...... Kent Motor Co,, sup Delterlng Oarage, sup. ... •Frank Flalg, sup Arthur OPehraon, sup. 188 pervlsors: County Auditor's Cash Amt. in Bank On December 28, 1S93, Mr. Hotchkiss was married to Nettie S. Cook, Webster City. Three children were •born. Mrs. Hotchkiss died here May 8, 1928, and on September 23,. 1929, Mr. Hotchkiss married Hettie L. Still, of Hull. He is survived by his wife, son Ralph E., Galesburg, III., daughter, the Rev. Mir- have been Mrs. Clarence Johnson, (Fern Walker, Mrs. Lord, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, County «Aux" Meet Attended- Mrs. August X. Peterson, Mrs. The Swea City Legion Auxiliary Richard Berg, Mrs. Henry Myre, was represented >by 13 women at Mrs. 'L. A. Haglund and Mrs. Fred Lone Rock last week Tuesday af- Peterson. Mrs. Win. Thompson ternoon. There were 96 present and Mrs. Buell Pearson sang the Officers elected are: president' national anthems of the allied Mrs. P. W. Larson, Swea City vice countries. An educational paper president, Mrs. Leon Merritt, Alon Morocco was given by Mrs. A. gona: secretary, Mrs. Martha Bon- office ........... $ 35.81 County Sheriff's $2118.84 531.39 " W4 6» AH., uciu£iii.t:r, uuu rtev. iviir- ~~ ~-~ ..«« t5..cn uj ayna. A. t» ullt *j acoictaiy, ivirs. Manila JLSon- iam E. Hotchkiss, Popejoy, andl j ' Christiansen. Mrs. Fred Peter- acker, Titonka; treasurer Margar" ~ ~ •- R.| son atnd M^ P. W. Larson gave et Quinn, Bancroft; chaplain, Mrs reports of the county meeting. M. MoMurray, Algona; historian, Mrs. August Peterson and Mrs. Mrs. Sadie Denton, Tifconka. another son, the Rev. Harold Hotchkiss, of Royal, also by brother, the Rev. R. V. Hotchkiss, Buffalo Center, a sister, Mrs. Mary .Graham, Dorset, Ohio, and one grandson. Twenty relatives and friends here for the burial had supper in the church dining room. Sin;? at Auxiliary Convention- Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, Mrs. G. E. Brace, Virginia Thaves, and Mrs. L. V. McWhorter sang a quartet nuiriber at a county Auxiliary meeting at Lone Rock last week Tuesday. Mrs. L. H. Schenck, Mrs. Estel Rentz, and Mrs. James Christiansen gave a skit. Others attending were Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mrs. C. H. Schrader, and Mrs. Lillian Sigler. Attend Shower at TitonJca— Mrs. L. H. Schenck, Mrs. W A Stoutenberg, Mrs. H. V. Jones, and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson attended a shower at the Methodist church, Titonka, Monday in honor of Anna Bruns, who is to marry Horace Schenck June 31. They will live at-Titonka, where Mr. Schenck is e-jnployed in the creamery. To Give Pagreant at lukota— : The Presbyterian young people will give a pageant at Dakota next Sunday evening. They gave it here last Thursday evening. They will be entertained at supper by the Lakota Presbyterian women. Doctor Peters ro Convention— night for Milwaukee to attend^! medical meeting. Mrs. Peters and •lona Moyer went to Des Moines Tuesday for a few days. Weirs Leave for Summer— The Mrs. Donald Weirs leave this week Wednesday morning for aA extended visit with Mrs. Weir's Parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McGill, Sussex, Wis. Picnic Ends Klible School— The vacation Bible school closed (Friday with a picnic at F L Ryerson's, 40 Children attending. ' Pastor to arasonio Meetliur— The Rev. J. E . Clifton 'went Cedar Rapids Monday to attend u Masonic GrandjLodge meeting. i Other Burt News. Mr. ami Mrs. Clair Dexter, Storm Lake, attended the 'burial of the Rev. Norman L. Hotchkiss here Sunday and visited Clair's mother ' Mrs. M. A. Dexter. The Clayton Johnsons, Wesley, and the Ranney Putzs, Truman, Minn., also visited Sunday at Mrs. Dexter's. Mrs. Ly(iia .Schwietert and Clara Myrtle, and John Schwietert left Saturday for visits at Greeley and Colesburg. Helen Schwietert. who has .been visiting "there a week or two, will return with them. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler spent the week-end at .Brink Shipler's near Maxwell, and Zola Shipler came here with them to visit her Brand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. P. R. Strong returned last week Tuesday from Elsinore, Mo., where ho had been for the last several months. Ho will spend the sum- Ralph Priefbe were hostesses. Paul Yan Alstine Dies « Paul Van Alstone died la'st week Tuesday at the home of his brother in St. Paul, where he was visiting. He had been a sufferer with diabetes for some years. The body was brought to Swea City and funeral services were held in the Baptist church Saturday afternoon by the Rev. Mr. Siemens, and burial was made in the East Chain cemetery. Paul was born near East Chain September 5, 1903. and spent nearly all his life in East Chain and Swea City. He had been a member of the Swea City Baptist church since 1925. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Alva Van Alstine, three brothers Carl, Andrew and Le Roy, of Swea City, one sister, Mrs. Ruby Pierce, in California, and two half brothers and one half sister. Wendell McDowell Graduates— Wendell McDowell, son of the Rev. and Mrs. McDowell, was grad- to OBSERVE 25TH WEDDING DATE Wesley, June 13-^Members and friends of the Congregational church perpetrated a surprise on Mr. and Mrs. Ole Flora Sunday, observing their silver wedding anniversary on June 10. A few had gathered when they returned from church, and others came by groups later. The first comers had the table set, and dinner brought by the guests was served in cafeteria style outdoors. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, pastor, gave a talk, talks were given by others, and hymns were sung. The Rev. Mr. Sosmark, Alberta, Can., was a guest. The Floms were presented with silver tablespoons, persons attended. Teachers, Students are Home Allan Poole is home from Coe college, Cedar Rapids, having finished his sophomore year. Madelyn Ecklvolm was graduated from Grin- ne'Il and is home at S. P. (Bck- hohn's. Harry Peterson Is home for the summer vacation! 'He teaches history in West high at Cedar Rapids. Observe Silver Wedding— Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Applequist celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home. Old friends from Dunnell and 'Fairmont, with friends and neighbors helped celebrate the day. Other Swea City. Mrs. S. Warburton took her Sunday school class for a wiener roast to the river west of Armstrong Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs Laurence Saxton accompanied them. oXflce ............ 17.75 County Recorder's office ............ 61.33 1265.54 County Clerk's, office ..... . .. 406.49 1533.57 County Treasurer's office .......... 1791.75 .On motion Board proceeded to audit and allow bills. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. rn. One o'clock p. m.— 'Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that Harry Dltsworth be given $300.00 Soldiers' Exemption on Lots 18 and 19, Block 3, Hlllcrest addition for 1932. Ayes: All. Motion by 'Helken and seconded by Balgeman that the contractor's bond of John Schumacher for ?21,SGG.95. J. W. Swanson for $2,949.25, and assessor bond of E. H. Beitrdsley for $500.00 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by Heiken that $13S.GO be transferred from poor fund to the county fund; ?8.18 from maintenance 'fund to the county fund. Ayes: All. Motion by 'Funnemark and»secpnded by Balgeman that A. E. Michael be appointed as Engineer to make report on Dr. No. CS. Ayes: All. Motion by (Balgeman and seconded by 'Funnemark that following open ditch right-of-way exemptions be al- sup. 5.75, 12.73 19.78 9.00 170.00 108.41 2.70 1.50 25.00 139.06 Fred W. iWehler & Co. sup. .. Callaghan & Co., sup. ' Advance Pub. So., pub. proa, and notices '....; Ji>!r . OT R. E. Goddard, assessor 96.00 'N. JL,. cotton, assign 100.00 iFred Wegener, assessor 47.75 O. \V. IBerggren, assessor .. ... 3.50 ^. H. Beardsley, assessor .... 275.80 Herman 'Ubben. assessor 142.00 H. L, McCorkle, assessor / ... 117.00 Thomas Crahan, collect, rd. poll _ ___ _ 225 R. A. Evans, coroner fee'..'."!! Carl Dahlhauser. sheriff fee ... 7.43 .66 11.95 2.63 • 24.50 61.68 662.50 131.20 94.64 45.03 25.87 59.14 36.00 44.80 6.89 139.67 ._ . 103.61 Algona Ins. Agency, In.s 100.00 Baudrye & Carpenter, sup. Northern Lumber Co., sup. Farmer's Co-Op. Elevator Co., sup,; clmd. $18.30; allowed .., F. S. Norton & Son, sup Botsford Lumber Co., sup Glbbs-Cook Tractor & 'Equip. •Co., sup IBarton-Warner Co., sup. .. .. J. ID. Adams co.. sup Slog-Fort Dodge Co., sup. ... IB. Machinery <& Supply Co., sup Kelley-Hoe-Thomson Co., sup.. Central Battery & Elec. Wm. Selpman ... ... ... 1M Frank Butts ......... , ( l.«2 Jftmes Wlltie ... . ...... i.M T..K. John*oh : ........ I.M wm. Kuhn .. , .... ,. ,M •Clara Nelttel .a. .. ...» 8.12 ' Misbach Clothing 1 Co,, gup. ' Chester Stoner . Moe A SJogren, •Chftpln Prov. .. . Moe A SJogren, prov, Vanderwerf ., .,., Mfs. , ... Wfn. anerwer i ..... ... ... ,,,. Moe & Bjogren, prov. Cat-roll . Moe & SJogren, prov. J. Steinman ,., ... H. R. Sorenaen & <7o., provi Morten Pedergon ... ,.. ., ;', Moe ife SJogren, prov. Robert sup. Olobe Machinery & Sup. sup. ..' Sargent Machine Co., sup. .. AlllsJChalmers Co., sup. ... Deldutch Super Service, sup. Standard Oil co., sup. Lone Rock Telephone Co., tel. service !RK>AD CON8TRUCTJON (FUND IJu Verne News, pub. notice O. & N. W. R'y .Co., frt. ... Milton McFadden, rodman .. Don T. Nugent, asst. engr. Ml'ke Gcngler, right-of-way J. A. Roberts, bridge J. A. Roberts, bridge Ralph Campbell, borrow pit R. H. listing dogs 'FUND 1«. E. Hovey, sheriff ......... IF. A. Newvllle,. helper .... iL. T. Griffin, helper .......... •Casey Loss, helper ..... P. A. Danson, J. <P. fee ... ,!! Carl iDahlhauser, sheriff .. H. B. White. J. P ...... Carl Dahlhauser, sheriff .. '!!! P. A, Danson, J. P ........ Geo. Dunn, constable ...... C. Btehrmann,. J. P .......... Tony Doleschal, constable ..!! Wm. S. Johnson, witness .. J. H. Thletje, witness :•:;; Carl A. -Rohlin, land 1'JIV Advance Pub. Co., pub. notice "• tw Hiii Yerne News, pub. notices.. hBancroft IRteglster, pub. resolu- 1.70 tlon Burt Monitor, pub. notice Dr. 3- DRIAINAGE (FUND 5.20 3.30 3.45 1.50 S.OO 4.70 6.50 B4.80 10.50 5.50 3.00 2.60 7.50 7.50 34.65 234.26 73.50 140.00 50.00 100.13 201.GO 64.00 60.09 7.80 6.40 6.27 27.70 1.00 7.«0 10.00 8.00 12.00 jogren, prov. KODert Bowman. ( , SOD Moe & Stfogren, prov. J. Seifert 10.00 Moe & SJogren, prov. J. J. Godden ... ... 1,50 Anderson Grain & coal Co., fuel 925 Mrs. 'Neltzel • 6.00 Mrs. Thompson ....... ; 4.25 Moe & SJogren, prov. Mre. Neltzel ..... ... 2000 H. IB. Sorenson & Co,, prov. E. Jones 1360 H. &. Sorenson & Co., proV. Geo. Dunn ,,. ., 'H, R. Sorensoh & • Co., prov, Mrs. Thompson BOSli DIRECTOR lowed: Dr. B— No. ac. . Y ^ n &- R - N., is at Esther ville, m the Coleman hospital. wori Saturda; St. Joseph's school, received 'Saturday that her father had die at St. Paul. She left evening for St. Paul. Children's Day Next Sunday— A Children's day program which was to have been given at th a half dozen 'Fifty or 60 Children Visit Here— Mr and Mrs. Wayne Swinton, of Galesburg, in., and their son Stanley arrived Sunday to visit Mrs. fcwmton's parents, Mr. and Mrs A B. Giddings. Mr. Swinton drove to Horton Sunday evening to see his mother, and Monday drove to Iowa City to take six weeks work toward his master's degree. The Giddings' other daughter, Mrs De- Spence Bentley. Dallas, Tex and her 14 months' daughter, Ardis Rose, arrived by train Monday for a month. Mr. Bentley, government employe, will drive up later. The Swintons stayed at Horton Sunday nitrlir J (Methodist church Sunday has been postponed till next Sunday morn Ing. 1're-lViiptliiI for Wesley Girl- gathering of feminine Hided a miscellaneous i-nuptial shower for Dorothy Meuhe Sunday afternoon. Other Wesley IVews. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury attended Evangelical services at Lu Verne Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and Mrs. William Amesbury and baby, of Carroll, spent the week-end with the John Ames- burys. Mrs, Wm. Amesbury spent ^f! 1C ^'B "«• P«-nts, th'e /ota at the mer with his mother Van Vrankin. Mrs. H. S Myron Chipman, Ames student came Wednesday for a visit til Monday with his parents, Mr. and He then re- the summer Mrs. C. B. Chipman. .turned to Ames for session. Dean and Rachel Clapsaddle, accompanied by their cousin -Mary Alice Clapsaddle, came home Sunday from St. Genevieve, Mo.f where they had spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Quenton Carey, of Ames, and Mrs. Sadie Muncy Woodward, came 1-Mday to visit F E. Rubeys. The Careys left Monday, Mrs. Muncy remaining. Elsie Haskell, Lu Verne, spent several days last week at <L. D. Hodgson's and attended the 50th anniversary services at the Presbyterian church. Allan Graham, of the re-forestation service, came from Des MoJnes Saturday for the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Graham. The Busy Bee club meets with Esther Bahling this week Tuesday. Mrs. R. s. John, Mrs. C. L. Hold- H ing, and Esther guests. Olson will be Wallace Winkie came home Friday from the Kossuth hospital, where he was operated on for ruptured appendix some weeks ago Helen Barta, Cedar Rapids, visited last week Wednesday at the Bev. S. H. Aten's. She was Irene Atens roommate in college. Estel Trainer left Sunday for home at Wilmar, Minn., after a days with his father, w. T. rainer, and brother Hollis. night. Drayman is Critically Sick- William Hutchinson, Wesley drayman, underwent a serious operation at the ICossuth hospital Algona, Saturday, and was found to be suffering from complications which make his recovery uncertain Mr. -Hutchinson had been ailing many weeks. His daughters, Mary Hutchinson and Mrs. A. E. I^ohr of Fort Dodge, with Mr. Lohr, visited him at the hospital Saturday and Sunday. Pastor MeNulty called on him Sunday. Three Attend C. E. Convention— (Mrs. Jorgen Skow and her children Joseph and Fidelia, accompanied by Anna Johnson, attended a state Christian Endeavor convention at Des Moines Saturday and Sunday. The Rev. Daniel A. Poling, editor of Christian Herald of New York, spoke last Thursday. Ed W. Studer Son to Wed— The -Nathan Studers hope to attend the wedding of their grandson, Edward J. Studer, to Agnes Arinitage, at the St. Thomas Catholic church, Minneapolis, June 21. Edward is a son of "Ed" Studer Excelsior, Minn. ' Card Party Well Attended— The first card party at St. Joseph's hall Sunday evening was largely attended. Mrs. <Lon Gauge and Philip Goetz won '^500," and Genevieve time the senior Mrs. Amesbury visited friends there, where she lived many years, her late husband, Fred having been hardware merchant there. The 'Rev. and Mrs. Frank Barsalou, Maquoketa, and Mrs. Bar- salou'si mother, Mrs. Ringsdorf called last week Tuesday on Grandpa Giddmgs. They were en route to Burt, to visit Mr. ©ladings' daugh- Jn«r al i? Mr ^ Barsal °u's sister-in- law, Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Mr. and other relatives. Ringsdorf is the senior Mrs son. and the Giddings and are former prizes at and Mrs Henry Haverly at bridge. Father Wegener t- The Rev. Father Wegener left Monday morning to attend at Si»ux City the annual retreat for <priests of this diocese. He will return Friday evening and conduct mass Saturday morning. Catholic Sister Loses Father- Sister Ambroslana, teacher at R/s 'Ringsdorf families^ _ lull neighbors northwest of Wesley Anton Goetz and George Haupt- m f" W6nt to Sleepy Eye, Minn., Sunday to hear the Goetz son and Mr Hauptman's brother-in-law Father Fidelis, whose home is at Conception, Mo. Father - Pidelis was assisting a young priest at his first service, and preached the sermon. He returned to Weslev with his relatives for a short stay He will visit a brother at Elma, and sister at Waterloo. The Rev. Mr. Sosmark, Alberta, Can preached at the Congregational church Sunday morning, and at Kanawha, in the afternoon. A union meeting of the three churches of which Mr. Bernsten is pastor was held at Britt Sunday night and many local Congregationalists attended. The Rev. Mr. Sosmark was again speaker. «"«»K Mr. and Mrs. Nels M. Johnson, Alamo, Tex., arrived last week Wednesday for an extended visit with their daughters, Anna Johnson and the Mesdames Herman. Carlson, Fred Bentele, and John P. and Frank Heiderscheidt: NIW 1-4 iNW 1-4 17-94-29 1.7 S\V 1-4 NiW 1-4 17-94-29 3.5 H. & H. Jt. No. 2— J. P. Mersch: MW 1-4 SE 1-4 17-94-30 1.52 SW 1-4 SLE 1-4 17-9430 1.17 SE 1-4 SW 1-4 17-94-30 61 SW 1-4 SE 1-4 20-94-30 3.0;.' Dr. 83- Wm. .Gellenfeld: iSW 1-4 13-96-3 850 H. & K. Jt. No. 2— Prank Tebackhorst: •NW 1-4 NE 1-4 17-94-30 84 SW 1-4 -N'E 1-4 17-94-30 2SS H. & K, Jt. No. 2— . [Margaret Fehr: iNVVV 1-4 SE 1-4 17-94-3 .. 152 ®W 1-4 SE 1-4 17-94-30 ill? SB 1-4 SW, 1-4 17-94-30 ...... 01 Ayes: All. i« M Av'?? by ;'Funnemark and seconded S £ c ? 0 "£!£" S eiken »e ^Point- Northern Lumber Co., sup James 'Lesley, labor D. B. iFayer, labor Dr. 4— 'Northern Lumber Co sup Henry Groen, labor ' David 'Blomster, labor ^ov Jlels Bartelson, labor 17.50 Dr. C— Elmore Cement & Tile Co Dr . s ^- •" ••• • moo Stephen CR. Tjaden, repairs. 5.50 3.00 3.50 4.20 S.OO 12.50 Northwestern Mut, Life Ins. Co., right-of-way < 1.90 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. ICo., sup 731.86 Wheeler Lumber Bridge & Sup. Co., sup 497.7-1 Wilson Concrete Co., sup 582.00 POOR FUND James P. Sharon. M. D., examining 17 applicants 10.00 W. E. McDonald, meals 5.95 C. & N. W. R'y Co., frt. on seeds 1.23 SUPERVISOR DISTRICT NO. 1 Algonquin Fox-.Farm, rent Geo. Olson 7.00 SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 2 M. J. Jones, rent R, J. Dutton 10.00 B. E. 'Grlnnell, rent Jas. McGee 10.00 Chas. F. Nolte, rent Theo. ' Thompson io,oo Andrew '.Peterson, rent Ethel Kolilhana & Spllles, sup, E. Jones R. A. Clark, prov. X.. R. Steinman ;., Moe &• SJogren, prov. A. Kro..„ mlnga, 16.9G OF. S. Norton & Son, fuel B. J. Beisch .. -. , H. R. Sorenson ft Co., prov IRoy Larson ,. ... H. 'R. Sorenson ft 'Co., Fred Peterson V. A. White, provf Nick Klein ... 7.BO IGeno Myers • 4,50 •F. Gronbach g.oo C. Johnson , 4.50 James Wlltse 9.00 'F, M. Stotier 13 00 J. Hclmers 9.00 Vlck Hlscrodt 10.00 W. A. Muckey 800 liaurltson 4.00 E. Holtcamp' 6.00 Wm. Baker .... iooo V. Shptt 4 4.50 Mrs. M. A. Stedman ..." 6.00 W. E. Harris i.oo A. D. Bllsborough 6.00 C. S. Johnson, prov S. R. Durant leoo F. 'Hansen 750 -J. Schemmcl 14.00 F. Klein '. 2-50 Chas. Gunder ifloo Amy Johnson jgioo C. K. Johnson 225 (H. Coleman, potatoes Mrs. Perry-Thompson Moe & SJogren. prov. Wm.' Kuhn A. Steven, prov. V. Shott !.'!! 2.25 .76 4.63 z B. Quarton 200 I09.'oo Phones: 8. B. McM., 403. 6525 8. J. VAN NESS, G. W. ( Lawyers 0. D. Shunrway BHUMWAT 4 Atto . rneys - at -I*w Dr°SO ' * make ana 166. Ayes: All V ,' > - ' an . yes: All Motion by McDonald 'and seconded by Heiken that Balgeman be to make b by + and seconded that report and survey approved of A. .E. Michel on Dr Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that June 12th at 10 ± IB ° I ?l2', m ,' b ? rixe .d a» the date for . On motion Board proceeded to audit Geo. Onken, repairs Wilson Concrete Co ,.tlle !!. iW. "H. Rlcklefs, tile Geo. Onken, repair work .. Elmore Cement ft Tile Co., tile Dr. 51— 'Botsford Lumber ,ro. tll'o Dr. GO— 'Northern Lumber Co., sup... Rude (Fischer, labor Henry (Fischer, labor ... Russell Sharp, labor Dr. 69— ; RusselI Sharp, labor . . . Henry Fischer, iabor Dr. 73— Russell Sharp, labor .. 'Henry Fischer, labor !. Earl Lauritzen, labor ... John 'Lelninger; labor ... .!!! 2.60 6.00 2.74 1.50 15.00 25.00 1.70 .00 2.62 «3 .'§7 o en A.M. Pec k ; reni ' H ftnson .. ... .10.00 A. Vanderllnden. rent Johnson 1050 (Geo. Onken, labor Wilson Concrete Co., tile ! Dr. SO— Northern Lumber Co.. sup... l.SO ur. ol— 900 4'sO Chas. iRiedemske, rent Sandy Stebrttz John Williams, rent Mrs. Brayton •. C. H. Rlggert, rent <P. V. Ma't'lV- Ison E. J. Murtagh, Agt., rent'Wil- bur Holdren C. H. Rlggert rent P. V. Mathison Agnes C. Bllnknmn',' rent'Mrs! Stedman ' Bertha Murray, rent Clara ...... rent M. C. Frand- 10.00 7.00 10.00 8.00 10.00 S.OO 2.50 210 i.. A. J. L. Bonar. sen A. C. Becker, rent Wm. ' Vaii- derwerf Mrs. Frank Tletz, rent' ^(Baker 2. T. Cretzmeyer, med. ' (Mrs. Schmidt F. L. Trlbon! med'.' aid' Kuhn f. D. Andrews, med. ai Mrs. V. Shott , Eugene Myers . 4.00 5.50 Wm. frank Koppen, bounty ... s Edmund Capeslus. bounty " E. J. Butler, adv.' bounty*"" E. C. Green, assessor o£ i m 130 '* 3eorge Graham, bounty 5 h ^ rle ^ r Clapsaddle, bounty '!.' Railway Express "Agency," "-"-"-' 10.40 3.30 143.44 3. J\ T . Graham,' bounty' ....... ewis Wlldln, bounty ...". ..... Luedtke, bounty .. ' " Graham, bty. . " 1.02 2.40 7'jn Ed Baker, labor 500 Elmore Cement & Tile Co (DrTM-l •« " &« John Leinlnger, labor »o no Earl Lauritson, laoor .. .' " IB so Dr. S-t— John Barth, repairs . 1500 Dr. 85— • Ed Baker, labor 750 .Northern Lumber Coi. sup..".' 265 J-T. ou— iGeo. Onken, labor ..... ..... 2100 Elmore Cement & Tile Co. Wilson Concrete"Co., "tile" ." Martin Kai-does, repair JDr. 91-~» fc Bakei> . dental aid 1500 1500 lu . Chris Knudsen children. 21.00 Mrs. Wm. Vanderwerf . 850 SUPERVISOR DIST. NO. 3 10.00 10.00 10.00 9.50 2S.50 30.00 29.50 ald 50.00 10.00 O1!v e 47.00. 3.76 2.25 'C. H. Cooper, labor . A. J. Lawler, labor ... 'Henry 'Fischer, labor ^rvtcf "*'. Bid Backus, sta'nips .'. .......... K<obert iBonnett. bounty ..... 'Elmore Cement & Tile sup ;. Dr. 12930.001 Elmore Cement & Tile . bid /Backus, stamps .' V -? u ' iei '. adv. b " eS E1CC ' . sefv" bounty ..' Co '' . . Robert Bonii'ett, 'tobu'nty ....... ' ...... 71.33 7.40 ..SO 4.20 7.45 1.00 1.1 l'.S4 1.8 Dr. 132 repalrs . . . . f . Miller, bounty . prels^..^ 1 "' 688 ABenc l - . eil •J- Butler, adv'.'bty.'!..'." '" id J. Backus, stamps . . ' ' ^V^i Hanson, assessor .. .'.' 1-17 R 'sion Balfereman - com - "nd ses- V- K. McDbnald.'iom.'and 8 es" lrn ,,,. 179.85 175.00 press '^ iS ' com -and session Bxpress -Agency, ex- I'l KSS 1 I. M. Smith, engineer"" "" 045 e a x U p .*: °- McM ^on. office [ary K. Sands, labor ancroft Register, pub!' proc'.', M. J. 'Duffy',"exp."!7'..'.".. ij. J. McEvoy. ex-n .. 1.87 n,. — - — «.»w.w, IA1MA 'OllttS Skow. and their son Herbert. They were formerly Wesley farmers Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter, Storm Lake, and their two children visited Mrs. Kleinpeter's parents, H Albert Sunday. Other guests were the Don Meleneys, Britt. Mrs. Anton Goetz and the Louis Goetzes visited their son and (brother Frank Goetz at Elma Sunday. Llvermore, The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets with Mrs. Marie Nelson this week Friday afternoon. Mrs. Amesbury will lead devotions, and Mrs. Dawson will give the lesson Mrs A. M. Lease and her son Burrell Duane left Saturday for two or three weeks • with Mrs Leases parents, Mr. and Mrs. F' W. Burrell, Urbana. The Thos. Nelsons drove to Fail- n ,,, exp T w «? kholm ' "Klr T « *;, 01 '' ma '>. registrar -U. is. Hollister, registrar Alice Grethen.. cegUtrar ..'.' w^ i« rh ? mi)son ' registrar R H U ^, ykcn ' "elstrar ... •?;. «• If innell.. registrar ... * J i * Carl son, registrar . Arthur Hof,. reslstrar 1> ' eklna «. ... Henry J, 'Boettcher" b't'y ....... Cony Dirkseu, bty. ...... A. A. Droessler bty ........ Joe Fisher, bty.' ......... Adolph driest Jr.,"bt'y ........ Ivenneth Hanlg. bty. ... ....... Albert -Harms, btv. .. ..... Hermau Harms, bty. ....... Donald Michaelsen, bty.' . ..... Ellwaod Welson, bty. ....... ..... , .... . Theodore Osland, btv Reuben Pedersen bty H. 'Rlchter,.bty. '... . Senne. bty. .'." d Stecker, bty. ' „ - Ubben, bty. ... i^!"? rdT ,. Wiegan(J - bty'.' ... \ion' . . E1 ' )ert ' attend,' ' conven- ' " '' ' ion*' onventon attend ' Kmll Larson, attend, tlon conven- attend. coii ventlon T tC a ? Bergl a ' u ' e ' n;j '-' conven- ventlon attend. "con: W H. Elmers,'' attend.' convenl tlon tion ® tr f^' r " attend." convent ^io^"^' «£»£'ci» : IFrafili; i 37.55 70.00 96.62 171.4' 12.05 4.50 5.00 3.00 3.25 3.25 1C. 25 1.00 •1.00 .29 .90 .50 3.XO .80 .35 .40 .60 .00 .45 .65 3.65 1.10 .80 1.70 .55 .65 .60 4.00 1.40 2.30 1.26 .70 2.10 2.50 3.20 1.20 3.80 2.50 1.50 3.40 Henry Fischer, labor Russell Sharp, labor . Dr. 157 — •Wilson concrete Coi,. JJr. 1GC — tile ^Northern Lumber Co.,. sup,. Dr. 8.75 2.40 1.00 3.50 7.40 1.58 1.13 6.4$ I. CO 10.40 22.50 2000 • - 1 ™ Prulsman, allowance .. SUPEIRVISOIR IDIST. NO. 4 Mrs. Lewis Larsen, hosp. care Burt Godden girl ... ... .... 2 1.00 liver Moe, rent Mrs. Conway 10.00 Henry Langerman, rent Charlie Glaus, 0'liud. $25 ; - allowed Mrs. Mary iFroehle. rent Mrs Grover Tyler ... IRnn Elmer 'Boiler, allowaiice'.'.'. !!.' is'oo J. A. Devirie, med. aid -KJ^ JTrs. Gene Erlckson ... 500 " Mrs. Eugene Cayler .... 200 Mrs. Joe Kramer i'oo Islek Nemmera ... 2<K) Wm. Dlxon Mrs. Conway '. a.. 'Henry Cook ....... .'"" K'40 Geo. Dunn ........ i'u 'E. Beard ....... .. '" i'm M. C. Frandsen ....'.." I'so John Helmera ......... i'o 0 Eugene Myers .... ion Ethel Jones ....... " " i'gi F. Hansen .. ... . ....... Amy Johnson ... •.,. A^ J. Blanchard ... 'A. Peterson ....... P. M. Stoner ..... ." J. G. Sohlmmel ... Theo. Thompson .. " IFred Gronbach ..... " T. K. Johnson ..... Aug. E'osenau . . Joe (Duboski ...... Max Mesing ..... ! H" John McVeigh ......... Vic Hlserodt " .. I . Schmidt ........ Jon Wm. Selpman ... . ''•"• ,m •Frank Butta ....... "" J'S "" l.SO 1.86 1.56 1.89 189 1.60 1.S6 .69 Phone Office In Quinby BulWla Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITg AHorney-aMair Office over Iowa State 1 Phone 206. P. A. JUNSON Attornoy.At-Law . Office over Iowa State ^Phones: Office, 4CO-J.; —' DOCTOKS . Coon ...... ' ..... % Clara Neltzel ... . ..... ,'no ' .... Thos. Akre,'"prov'. J. Knudsen .... E, J. Beisch .... 1.00 200 62.50 JOHN N. KK\EFICK Physician ana Snrgeoi Office over Rexall Druj i Office phone 300 Rea. phone 326. —• C. H. CKETZMETEB Physician and Surgeo Office in John Galbralth Phones: Office, 310; re«., j 4Jgona *"^^™"*"™*™ -^—^ P. 'T. JANSE, M. _ Physician and Snrg Office on South Dodge I Phones: Office, 666; resld Algona, Iowa U. Knudsen".!-,". I'm ^"S-'s Grocery, prov!'.!" 8 '°° Donald l^nimo- • •• • 3.00 . 6.00 . 14.00 f; = ,, utcl j • pro^ Donald Palmer ... Wm. Selpman Jr. Frank Butts ... G2.76 C. E Sweet " ' Mrs.'Mathlson"..'!'. RM Stebrltz family ... ' "' e .^ 'F. W.-Wclscamp ..."..!" ^ . WAI/TEH FRASEB, M. Phyaioian and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg,, Phone No. 12 MELTIN 6. BOUENl' Physician and Snrgeor Office in Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; realdewl tR i.,^' ™»*™. ™£' aid clmd. $95.25; allowed J. Ukena :Henry Mitchell ... . 50.00 Goodrich-;-;. ~" Fr ~^ B kr a v^ FC S r r1c n h ki ''' a ^ lnS COUNTY FATIM"" & Spllles, 77.25 57.75 S.OO prov O. sup Horan Elcc. Co., sup.. Olson, dental aid Mrs. .. repalrs IR'ure 'Placlierl. lab'or ." ^Russell Sharp, labor " atul Henry IFischer, labor' ti.71 12.10 las 6.00 T.70 2.2S 54.00 9.15 1.30 .50 .85 9.00 11.01 — .. .. 13 OS 'REOON-STBU1CTION F-I'NANCP COR •PORATUON (Poor Puna) SUPERVISOR DUST. NO 1 Akre, prov. Mrs. !H. , Geo. St. John. rep. . O^ ID. MdKisson, trees ..'! '"" ». J. Ban-, cow-testing Frank I,. Miller, light ' - Koch J " r ' B « n ' 8 '.' Schnei- .. H. R. Zumach, prov K Saager ..... ' P. Roupe .... ....." " Benediet's Store crov."i C. S. Johnson, prov.'. p. L,. Harris ...... Henry Koch ..... ste > w: &£$:%•.&"&'£ _,- - ..... R'y Co., frt Eugene Myers, labor . Harry .Keith, tractor .. patrol - Montgomery, patroi ker >-oad W0 rk ... Kraft, patrol ... 5.50 27.50 400.00 75.30 65.00 63.00 78.00 22.50 C6.37 Elmer patrol , r Wlke Baker, patrol . S?Sf rTEai 'lnK. Patrol .. T iw J ^ e P er - Patrol J. UT. Quinn, patrol ... 80.10 91.00 G5.00 114.25 66.62 S0.40 66.37 66.37 lohn Hanselman, patrol Wm o- f r " nl ?aeh: patrol"..!! Wjn. O. Ludwig patrol Ed -Fuchscn, patrol..? ...... Tom Weir, patrol, ... . ....... '"' > _- Esser, .patrol ..... . T -ir McDonald, patrol . Joe Heiderscheidt. patrol ...... Fred Coon, patrol .... " August Melz, drag ........... HE. Hundertma' "" 24.50 75.00 128.60 62.00 £9.30 78.00 72.60 77.10 78.00 80.40 65.00 06.00 .raB. Arthur Hoicomb, drag PBufflnto ''' '" 6.25 • 3.25 15.25 Lichty &"(Rbss,' prov I';. ^Aiitlo 11 _•••. Prov ' Mrs ' Jennie Masters F. B. Roupe ... nor family 9.37 4.92 9.9 4.1" 4.7 29.00 13.0C 3.36 10.35 1S.OO 15.01 15.00 6.00 14,29 Ooss . Mrs! Bettln's Cash Store, prov ...... •' "• 10.00 5.20 11.20 7.58 10.02 12.00 11.50 3.64 1.50 10.00 13.24 Otto Keuman, p'rov. Joe Pra S - 10 ' 75 W. Goetsch J. W. Neville'.' sup'.' Wm.'' Gun.. M h store - prov -' ''• ••"!."'" Mahoney ..... ' M,' < Malecek, drag. ... . * Interinlll, drag .......... MennoRislus. 'drag?' .:.".;;•,•• M. Elmore, drat'. ... ... 760 . J. Bourne, drag. . ....... 4'fx Loula Scott, drag. ... ....... i'S "" Kollaach. o^- I d::: ::: >> Glenn •Robinson, Milo Rentz 7. . John Mahoney Mrs. Jones ..'.". 3.00 10.24 8.22 2.19 3.50 3.12 12.25 8.00 12.00 1.00 21.24 49.02 .. cook ..... ,'. " " JS Ceo. Dunn ..... ••••,. 4.W IB. (Beard ... . ..... ' J'S M. C. Prandsen ..'"..."" J'S John Helmera .. ..... J'S Eugene Myers ... ....... i'j5 Ethel Jones ... .. ...... J'5S iFrank Hansen .....'"" fm ' Aug. Rosenau .. Vick ... . Wm. Vanderwerf ...''.": J. H\ Bickard ..... Ed Beisch ..... . ........ «l Baker ... .'" "• " a. Spbmidt .... ..... Mercantil'e"co.[ prov. fe 6.23 3.40 31.6S 15.00 W A. Murray, fuel"..; Mrs. E. Cay lor .. I/AA -. C'aylor John Tobln . A. Koppun V, A- 'S. er J!?man Merrill Bros. pVov ....... *™ 2.65 4.80 190 W. D. Oiteopathlc Physician and . Located in General Hoi Phonea: Office 187,: B. A. EVANS, M. I Over Borchardt Drug i Phones: Residence 312, c Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS BB. II. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocalne used to I traction. Located over .Chrlstensen I Phones: Business 166, residence] Algona, Iowa VETERINARIAN 1. W. FOX J. B. WINKE1 Veterinarians .West State Street, Algom J Phonea:' Office, 475-W.; ! INSURANCE KOSSUTH 1NSUIIANCE ASSOCIATION Over 115,000,000 worth of tosi in force, secure. A home company. D. O. Paxson, Seer; Mrs. H. Johnson Amos Bergman ... BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE AS'42 YEARS AGO jack: "Cora sea Bud ' Tho S . "Qraham Co., sup ............ y. A. Clark n ............. ., y. A. Clark, nrov W. 3.98 28.94 6.33 6.00 6.35 83.80 10.50 18.65 moo 46.46 ICONOMICAt 9nd fFFICIfNT only Ml « ILLIONS Of POUNDi u bv OUH COVtRNMl" MIMEOGRAP

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