Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1933
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ALOONA. IOWA WESLEY US, ALUMNI HOLD BIGJENUIN Wesley, July 11—T.he second annual Wesley high school alumni reunion took place on the school grounds Sunday afternoon, June 2, but news tor last week's paper was nil required the day 'before. Seats •were arranged as three sides of a quadrangle, about the piano. pkOne hundred two persons, in- tfpidtng some wives and husbands ofe'graduates, attended. Clare Kunz, ;'Ji3ji led in group singing, and the itflijst speaker was Dr. Guy B. An- ffiirson, '08, Ackley, who recalled <qi$& days, and paid a compliment to Mrs. William M. Colby, early teacher, who he said was "sweet and motherly," and whose husband Maintained a large swing in his tf6e»shaded yard for neighborhood Children. He spoke also of other dafly day residents. Miss Looft accompanying, Opal Sturdivant, Mary Sherman, Maurine Hansen and Evangeline Cruise, '33, sang twice. ILillian Studer, '26, spoke; and Clare Wolf, '32, welcomed the class of '33, Robert Lawson responding. Following more group singing, the business session was held and officers elected: Detta Hall, '09, president; Mrs. J. F. Cruise, '99, vice; Florence Hansen, '27, secretary; John Hutchison, 08, treasurer. •Resolutions of condolence on the death of Silas Skow, first president, were read, and it was voted to send copies to his wife and his mother. A picnic lunch was then served, and the group dispersed about G:30. Much interest has been shown in recalling old days and the re- tef returned Friday from their North Dakota visit. The jorgen Skews and Mrs. Silas Skow with Harold, attended a county community picnic at Blue Earth Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Sturdivant and Opal spent the week-end at Lake Okoboji, leaving Saturday noon. The T. L. Larsens, Algona, and the Lester Leases spent Sunday at Clear Lak». newing or formation of friendships. Twenty-three classes were represented, the earliest being that of 1899, the latest that of 1933. Post-Kuptlal Showers Given— A post-nuptial shower will be eiven for Florence Reno Sheets at the Wesley hotel this week Tuesday afternoon. Many friends didn't •Jcnow until afterwards of Florence's marriage to Ernest Sheets, Britt, at St. Joseph's parsonage Friday afternoon, June 30. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Don Meleney, Britt, and the .bride's pastor, Rev. Father Wegener^ per- the •formed the single ring ceremony. Mr. Sheets is engaged in county road construction work, and the couple will live at Hutchins. Aid to be Algona Guests— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings Friday afternoon, and eighteen women attended; Mrs. Ostercamp led de- V|jtions, and Mrs. H. Hansen read tf|p lesson, from Lady Fourth's Daughter; Mystery Box were an- ."\|fered. The hostess served re- fifieshments. A number of members arranged to meet with the Algona society this week. Methodist Aid Names Officers— The Methodist Aid elected officers last week Wednesday: president, Mrs. Arlo Dawson; vice, Mrs. Robert Welter; secretary, Mrs. Vee Mullin; treasurer, Mrs. A. M. T/ease. The Aid gave an ice cream social Saturday evening on the lawn between the Lease and Kouba stores, and cleared $18. Boy Run Oreir by Car— A little boy whose surname is Dayken, cousin of Mrs. Wilbur Fisher, was seriously injured at Britt Sunday, being run over by a car. He. suffered injuries to his r;kull, as well as 'broken ribs and r.evere bruises. He was taken to 'Park hospital, Mason City. Catholic Sisters Visit Parents— 'Sisters Celestine and 'Marciana, from the St. Francis convent, Du- liuque, were expected this week Tuesday, to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wingert. Forest Army Boys Home— Rolfe Goodnow, Kenneth Robinson, and Arnold Syverson, who are in reforestration work, spent a four-day vacation Fourth, at home. including the WHITTEMORE WOMAN DIES AT IOWA CITY Whittemore, July 11—Mrs. Frank E v Roupe died Saturday at the University hospital, Iowa City. Sh was Ida, daughter of iMr. and Mrs William Clark, and was born Marc] 1, 1873, in Clayton county, being past «0 at death. She grew up a Armstrong, and was married at Es therville, December 19, 1906. Thej farmed near Minot, N. O., late coming to Whittemore. Two daughters died in Infancy Besides her husband, she is sur vived by a brother George, Boise Ida., and five sisters, Marie Freest- ler and Mtna Gaarde, Armstrong Sadie York, Hymore, S. ,D., Lily Dunn, (Huron, S. D., and Addie Wilson, St. Paul; also by her stepfather, Charles Churchill, Armstrong. 'Mrs. Roupe had been at the hospital eight weeks early in the spring. On June 29 she went back after six weeks at home. Friday morning she had an operation. Funeral services will 'be held this week Tuesday at the local Methodist church, the Rev. A .H. Wood in charge. Six nephews will be pallbearers: Norman and .Roy Crawford, Melvin 'Roupe, Delbert Walker, Clayton Crook, and Arnold Gaarde. Bowman Still at Hospital- Mr, and Mrs. Herman Voigt accompanied IMr. and Mrs. Michael Bowman to Des Moines Sunday, and they stopped at Fort Dodge to visit Stephen Bowman, who is having a hand in which he has blood-poisoning treated at a hospital' th'ere. Two veins in the hand bursted one day last week. Michael is Stephen's son. The party visited the Ames college campus. From Des Moines they were accompanied home by Stephen's daughter, Mary, who recently had an appendicitis operation, and also had her tonsils removed. Stephen's wife, who had "been abed for some time with inflammatory rheumatism, ate her first meal at the table on the Fourth. Juniors Defeat Bancroft Here— The (Bancroft Junior League and the Whittemore Juniors played iball before an enthusiastic crowd here last week Tuesday, and the locals won, S-2. Quinn and Farreil were the battery for Whittemore, and Quinn pitched superb 'ball, with excellent support. Bancroft had won from Burt, state tournament runner-up, so the youngsters here were up against real competition. The Mallard independents won from the local senior nine here, 10-9, the same day. Marlon Paulson Fills Pulpit— Marion Paulson filled the Congregational pulpit at Buffalo Center Sunday evening. Other TVesley News. Charles Lawler and his daughters, Genevieve and Mrs. Vincent Doughan, left for Minneapolis Saturday to visit other daughters of Mr. Lawler. They were to return this week Tuesday. Mrs. John Ormsby accompanied them to Owatonna, where she will visit the family of her uncle, Charles Baxter. Mrs. Oscar Erickson, Elmhurst, 111., brought back her aunt, Miss A. McPherson, two weeks ago. The two had visited the world's fair :md the Dells of Wisconsin, and friends at various points, during a three weeks trip. Mrs. McPherson saw Delia Hager, former Wesleyan, at Sun Prairie, Wis. Mrs. Orval Waldrop, St. Louis, formerly Violet Goodnow, is visiting relatives here and at Mason City. Her sister Margaret, Mrs. Hubert Grain, also St. Louis, arrived a few days before Mrs. Waldrop. Both will remain until the last of this month, at least. Ellsworth Hutchinson, Dakota, and his family are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William 'Hutch- vnson. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker. •Corwith, and their son Raymond visited Sunday with Mrs. Walker's mother, Mrs. Susan Lease. Nick Schroeder, who was born in Wesley, Mrs. Schroeder, and their nine-year-old daughter of Pierre, Minn., visited Nick's father here, and Corwith relatives a few days last week. Mrs. Ferguson, Mason City, mother of the late Mrs. Karl Lander, is visiting at the Lander home. The Landers have had a serious seige of measles among the young people. 'Mrs. Ed Neuroth and her fire children have left to join Mr. Neuroth at Mound, Lousiana. Mr. Neuroth accompanied the Harold Tryon family there in the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson, Alamo. Texas, who are visiting e. their daughter Anna and son were Sunday guests at Oiaf Funnemark's. Mrs. Berasten, wife of the Con- grogational pastor, and her daugh- Moved Into Street- Mrs. Joseph Meurer, who spent last Thursday with Mrs. Rose Goeders and the 'Nick Laubenthals family at Emmetsburg, reports an incident which pulled at the heartstrings. A family in which there are seven children was being moved into the street. They had no place to go, and when Mrs. Meurer came away they were still hovering about their household goods. Hoys Hurt In Accidents- Frank Dagotch suffered a split finger one day last week while he was at play with machinery. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert's son Gerald backed into a machine on his father's farm one day last week and suffered a gash in his back. Bobby, son of the Matt Kirch- baums, had a finger nail torn off Saturday while he was at play. (Mrs. Woodward Loses Mother— •Mrs. H. E. Woodward, who was called to Rochester a week ago by a message from a brother that their mother, Mrs. A. T. McCarthy, was. not expected to live, arrived just" before her mother died. Mrs. McCarthy had been in failing health several years. Mrs. Woodward visited her last spring. with Ruth and Beulah Carlisle, w' were to make visits at Waterloo and Nevada. Velma May Hockenfoerry, Mason City, Is spending two weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Finnell. The Brunners, also of Mason City, came Saturday for Sunday with the 'Finnells, and Delores Finnell, who had been visiting the Brunners, came home with them. Ralph Walker returned Sunday from three weeks at iDelavan, Minnesota, with his 'brothers Delbert and Harold. He was accompanied here by iDelbert's son Donald and daughter Norma for visits here and in Algona. The Werner Slems family, Werner's mother-in-law, a Mrs. Kroeger, and Werner's wife's aunt, Mrs. Louise Ruschmeier, of Bvansville, tnd., are visiting Werner's mother, Mrs. Christ .Slems, three weeks. Werner is a Lutheran teacher. The Merlyn and Joseph Staufers and Ralph Braatz, all of Mapleton, Minn., and the Louis (Braatz family, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at Robert Braatz's. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach, Fenton, ate a Fourth of July dinner at their- son Arnold's. Arnold operates the Quick Lunch and hamburger shop here. The B. J. iSteinles, Minneapolis, spent a few days last week with Mr. (Stelnle's sister, Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh. Mr. Steinle is foreman of a newspaper. Mrs. Peter Elbert, Mrs. Leo Walters, son Durwood, Mrs. Bert Fuchsen,' Minnie Elbert, and 'Richard Vaughn spent a day last week at Fairmont. 'Betty, daughter of -Editor and FOUR SISTERS CATHOLiniSTERHOOD Wesley, July ,11—Isatoelle Marie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Braunger, former resU dents of Wesley, was received Into the Order of School Sisters of .St. Francis at St. Joseph's convent, Milwaukee, Wednesday, June 28. His Excellency, Samuel A. Strltch, Archbishop of Milwaukee, officiated at the ceremony, assisted by many of the clergy. In religion, Miss Braunger will be known as Sister Mary Elaine, and she is the fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Braunger to enter the Sisterhood at Milwaukee. Sister Mary Winifred and Sis-* ter Mfcry Reginald entered from Wesley, and Sister Mary Ruth and Sister Mary Elaine from Morgan, Minn., where Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Braunger now reside. •Jsabelle entered the convent last year, following graduation from high school. OK* Ftitinemafk, comm. and session ,. 174.40 E. j. Butler, adv. bty 23.66 H. W. Post, frgt. and drayage 3,9$ W. B. McDonald, comm. and session .... .... .. ...... 192.36 F. J. Baig-eman, comm. and session Dickinsons Expected Home. In a recent' letter to Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison, Senator 'L. J. Dickinson planned to leave Washington last Saturday. They are expected here sometime this week. 197.60 174.00 J94.T6 88.00 96.1 49.2 70,00 24.0C 196.0C Wm, Shirley, oxp 67,7! Chas. Morris, comm. and session .... P. J. Helken, comm, and session .... W. Ii. (Reynolds, assessor .... Bancroft (Register, pub. board pfoe .;...... Maurice 1C. McMahon, exp. .. Mary K. Sandft salary Vera B. Schwletert. . labor .. Carl Dahlhauser, exp. C. H. Cret*mey«r, med.ald (Ben |GM0oh ».,... «•••». .t"i •• Walter 'Fraser, Med. aid Jos. M.W J. J, pooley. exp. ... .. 17.2 Advance (tub. Co., p'ub. proc. 95.0 Walter H. Klamp, post, quarantine signs .,...;....... 1.1 flLester H. Relaen, bty .&» Geo. D. Moulton, attend con. 2.60 ~" — - ' ' 8.10 proprlatlon i.....T '..'.. 270.83 5.7 24.28 Hi W. Llnde, attend con Kossiith Co. Farm (Bureau, ap- Metropolltan Supply Co., sup. Hammond i& Stephens Co., sup. Baker Paper Co., sup. ,,., ,. 13.37 Matt DParrott & Sons Co.. sup. 10.05 Lefebure Ledge Co., sup B. A, Nash, checkwrlter Lincoln School 'Sup. Co., sup. Crescent "Printing Co., sup. ,. Burroughs Adding Machine Co. Mrs. R. L. Burdlne, went to Montezuma Saturday to visit friends. Tht Burdines formerly lived there. Mildred and Bernadette Reilly, .edgefield, Minn., visited their sis- ;ers, Mrs. James Butler and Mrs. William Fandel, last week. Herman Fandel suffered injuries to one of his legs while he was at work last week Monday with a gravel crew near (Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. George Lundstrom, 1.0S Angeles, visited last week at lick and Alfred Semon's. Mr. (Lund- itrom is a policeman. (Father Sweeney, former pastor lere, Father Dailey, and Father 3harles, all of Fort Dodge, spent he Fourth here. Clyde Bennett, accompanied by lelen and Margaret Sheney, all of Waterloo, spent the (Fourth at Mrs. lice R. Cairy's. Bernard Hahn and his brothers C'allfornians Hare New Son— Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert have a new grandson, Marlowe Edward, born June 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elbert, ILos Angeles. The Charles Elberts have one other child, a girl. Visits the World's Fair— Mrs. J. iM. Fleming has returned from Chicago, where she spent six weeks or more, attending the world's fair and visiting relatives. She says the fair is wonderfully interesting. Meurer Enters the C. C. Corps— iLucian Meurer has enlisted in the reforestration army. He passed an officers' examination and will be foreman of 50 men. liernlce IVlnkel 15; Party— Bernice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, celebrated her 15th birthday last Thursday evening by entertaining friends. Mrs. George Schultz Honored- Relatives went to Henry Schultz's Sunday evening to help Mrs. Geo. Schultz celebrate her birthday, which was Monday. Kockford Builds New Garage— Supt. F. J. Rochford is having an old barn at his home torn down and a double garage built. Other Wliittemore News. Oscar Schattschneider and Ruth Balgeman returned last week Wednesday from Olinton, where they visited Mr. Schattschneider's sister, Mrs. William Wegener. Geraldine Wegener accompanied them here to visit Whittemore, Algona, and Easton, Minn, relatives. (Elmer Behnke who had visited a brother at Bennett, also came with the party. Grace Carlisle, Whittemore, Sidonia Blerstedt, Falrville, and Margaret MeBvoy, Emmetsburg, drove here from Cedar Palls with a Miss Specht, Algona, for an over Fourth visit. Grace and Sidonia went "back Henry and/Rudolph have returned rom,Chicago, where they attended he world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cosgrove, oistin, Minn., visited last Thursay at Dr. J. W. 'McCreery's and H. G. Dailey's. Frances Thomson, Swea City, pent a few days last week with er sister June, beauty operator at le Rusch shop. Mr. and (Mrs. C. L. Cavariaugh rove to Fort Dodge Sunday eve- ing to call on a sick friend, a drs. Carroll. Mrs. Bernard Schreier, Milwau- ee, drove home Saturday to visit er parents, Mr. and .Mrs. W. P. tingler. (Marion Hoink, who works at the wanson furniture store, spent the 'ourth with his parents at Sioux lenter. H. R. Zumach, (Nick Gehgler, and Frank Elbert were business callers t ,Des Moines last week Wednes- ay. The Leo Elberts, Garner, were uly 4 guests of Mr. Elbert's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert. •Patsy Ann Oliver, Emmetsburg, as been visiting her grandpartnts, flr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver. Rose Ludwig spent last Thursay at West Bend with friends. She works at Kate's Cafe. Jerry McTigue, Emmetsburg, visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cullen, last wetk. Connie Doyle had a vacation from his milk route last week, and Edward Cullen substituted. 'Frances MeCreery, Fonda, visited last week at H. S. Dailey's and Dr. J. W. McCreery's. The Langerman twins, Geneva and Josephine, Hampton, spent the Fourth here. Mary Vivian Mulroney, Mallard, visited last week at Annttte Best- enlehner's. The Henry Beckers, Easton, Minnesota, spent the Fourth at the Koppen's. July 3,1933. Auditor's Office, July 3, 1933. •Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Board preceded to audit and allow Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that the following resolution be adopted: IR'ESOILUTION 'WMHR1BAS, the Exchange State Bank of Wesley, Iowa, and the Farmers & Traders 'Savings Bank of 'Bancroft. Jowa, were duly designated as depositories by this 'Board and pursuant thereto, moneys, were" deposited therein and moneys are now on deposit therein, and WHEREAS, the said tanks are now- operating under Senate File No. Ill, Forty-IFtfth Genedal Assembly, and as a part of its plan of reorganization, desires execution of depositors' agreements by all depositors, and WH0RiJ3AiS. this 'Board has confidence in the bank and Its officers and recognizes the unusual economic condition and believes that this IBoard should enter into such depositors' agreements in event the entering into such agreement and the taking of sucj 1 trust certificates is without lla- oility on the Board or any member thereof, and without prejudice to any right to participate in the State Slnk- in e 'Fund for public deposits or the right to file against the said fund being Chapter 352-al of the Code of NOW ' •BEI IT RESOLVED that this Board enter into depositors' agreement with Exchange state Bank of Wesley, Iowa, and the Farmers & Traders Savings IBankJ of Bancroft, Iowa, up°"., the Jr onaitltm that the stockholders and officers of the .banks first meet the requirements of the Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa as to assessment and corrections- a copy of said depositors' agreement being attached hereto and by thts reference made a part hereof, and BE IT F,U1RT,BEIR RTDSOLVED that this depositors.' agreement is entered into upon the further condition that the entering into the same be without liability of any kind or character, either on the 'Board or the individual members thereof, and that it be without prejudice to any right that this IBoard may have to file against and participate in, the State Sinking Fund for public deposits, and 'BE ,IT 'F.TJ1RTHIEIR RESOLVED that if the Supreme Court of Iowa should hold that this public body or any public body, or the Individual members thereof, are liable in any way by the execution of this agreement or similar depositor's agreement, or had no right or authority to enter into this agree- sup. Parkins fBros, Co., sup.' .... '. \ Pratt Electric Co., gup. ...... J. I*, Molloy, repairs .... .... Kohlhaas A Spllles, aup. .. .. Whittemore Champion, sup. .. IBotsford ibpmber Co. sup •Nelson (Hardware sup Newson & Co., books University .Pub. Co., booka .. A. N. Palmer Co., books .... Glnn & C.o., books Scott Foresman i& Co., books Crescent Printing Co.. booka.. 1.5'ons & Carnahan, books .... American iBook Co., books .... LTBRAlRT IFUIND Follett Book Co., books .... Geographical OPub. Co. books Laldlow .Bros., books COURT C. H. (Blossom,, mayor 92.07 47.M 43.8 49.71 2S.CS 2.35 .59 ,7S .45 65.76 1.90 1.65 15.'32 22.64 Dr. 2— DRAJNAOB H. A. Coller, labor Dr. -4— B. G. Stenstrom, labor .... N. J, Nemmers, labor J. B. Cunningham, labor .. A. J. Lawler, labor Ed Baker, labor Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup Northern (Lumber Co., eup .. Dr. 5^A. J. Lawler, labor A. E. iMichel, -engr .'. Dr. 9- ».00 10.50 8.81 33.75 35.41 4.S9 6.90 4.95 1.00 1.25 1.75 8.2Z 2.00 3.E5 1.25 1.05 1.20 32.60 6.00 Karl Kreba, laUbr ,. .... 7.20 Dr. 12- Jack Welch, labor . Ray "A. Marquis, labor .... .. Elmore Cement l& Tile Co., sup Dr. 16- ' Ernest Mueller, labor Dr. a>— A. J. Lawler, labor .... .. J. (B. Cunningham, labor .. 'Elmore Cement & Tile Co.. sup Dr. 27— •Jack Welch, labor (Ray A. Marquis, labor .. '.. Dr. 33— A. J. Lawler, labor 1 .... .. .. J. B. Cunningham, labor .. Dr. 62— Jack I>elaney, labor Dr. 63— ' A. E. Michel, engineer Dr. 6&— . i Delbert Kessels, labor .. .. W. B. Guy, labor 6.00 7.00 B.W 2.50 18.15 12.25 , 4.00 1.25 1.25 7.00 1.25 1.76 6.00 A. E. Michel, engineer .. .. F. H. .Lathrop, rodman .... M. V. Stephenson, asst. engr. „.„ M. L, Worby, labor 32.E6 Martin Hanson, labor .. .. 3225 Everett (Gaster, labor 750 7.50 7.50 95.90 7.50 6.25 R. OU Corbln, med. aid ....a Fred Smith .... ..«t..v ..8.75 •Scrlbner girl .... too Kossuth Hospital, 'hosp. care Joe iPiatt .... ....*... ... "•;••< t.. M. Merrltt, amb. trip Joe Supervisor" Dlst. No. 2— Rev. M. Fuerstenau, mortgage and note on Ed Goetsch property j". •«•' j;».w Walter Fraser, jned. aid .... 107,00 Will Kuhn «.00 Mrs. Chas. Hanson .10.00 Mrs. J. Helmera 62.00 Jefferson Transportation Co., transp. 'Russell Blsworth .. 2.00 F. A. Corey, rent for IF, M. Stoner, elmd. 13.00 allowed.. 10.00 Mrs. Frank Tletz, rent for W. B. (Baker, clmd. 16.09 allowed 10.00 B. 'J. Murtagh, Agt., rent Ed iBelsoh 10.00 Bertha M. Murray, rent Clara iNeltzel 10.0C Agnes C. 'Bllnkman, rent Mrs. S ted man 2.M Andrew (Peterson, rent Ethel Jones 10.00 M. J. Jones, rent Robert Button 10.00 C. J. Sill, rent Frank (Balles 8.0» Vie Johnson, rent Bob Steven* 10.00 Mrs, Josephine Myers, rent Joe Platt 20.00 Wm. F. Behnke, rent Morten Pederson 10,00 John Williams, rent Wilbur Holdren 10.00 A'.c; Becker, rent Wm.'Vanderwerf 10.00 J. li. Bonar, rent M. c- iFrand- sen .. 10.01 Ohas. (F. Nolle, rent Theodore Thompson 10.00 Chas. iRedemske, rent Sandy Stebritz .. 7.00 B. E, Orlnncll, rent Jim McGee 10.00 Vernon E. Hohn, rent Charles Ostwlnkle 10.00 Mrs. Helena Koepke, rent Aug.- iRosenau 14.00 Lloyd Muckey, rent George , Bourne 10.00 A. Vanderllnden, rent Johnson family 10.00 Dr. It. C. 'Nugent, dental aid 16.00 George Gunder, Jr 1.00 El wood Ross 16.00 Dr. R, M. Wallace, med. aid John Scheme! ..23.00 Mrs. Lewis Elke 12.00 40.00 Walter IFrascr, med. aid Neva Palmer F. (L, Trlbon, med. aid Mrs. J. Selfert !. H. Cretzmeyer, med. Mrs. Schmidt aid Cossuth Hospital, hosp, care 'Robert White Mrs. Alta Steven, care of Mrs. 4.00 35.60 4.60 2S.W Oliver (D. Castlman, labor .... Sarton-«Warner Products Inc. sup -. . Dr. 69— Henry Fischer, labor Dr. 76— Karl Krebs, repairing' tile — Jack Delaney. labor .'. (Dr. 77— Earl Laurltsen, labor .. ..... John Leinlnger, labor ' Dr. 78— 7.50 302.01 1.58 2.25 3.60 2.50 3.50 J. B. Cunningham, labor .. .. 8.7T> A. J. Lawler, labor .. 30.70 to file against and participate in, the State Sinking 'Fund for public deposits, is lost by the execution of this or any similar agreement, and in such event, the legislature fails to legalize the act of this (Board and falls to amend 'Chapter 352-al o'f the Code of Iowa, 1931, so as to allow this 'Board to file against and participate In the Sinking Fund, if such becomes necessary, then this agreement to be null and void and of no force and effect, upon this body giving written notice of such fact to the bank and the Sup- St. Benedict Marcella Kellner, Algona, spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Matt Bormann. The Wm. Weiners spent Sunday at Leo Reaser's, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Reaser and Mrs. Weiner are sisters. The C. L. Bilileys, Algona, called at Isadore Eisenbarth's one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Raskopf, the George Arndorfers, and Mrs. Mary Simons, were Sunday afternoon vis- "itors at A. B. Venteicher's. A good ball game was played Sunday at Doon, the score 'being 10-2 in favor of St. Benedict. The July Fourth celebration here at the Catholic church grounds was a success. The weather was good, and a large crowd in \jne afternoon and evening attended. There were two ball games, one in the forenoon, Corwith vs. Wesley, Wesley winning, and Renwick vs. St. Benedict in- the afternoon, St. Benedict winning. A dacne in the evening was also well attended. Mr. and ..Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and their daughter Patty, accompanied by Marie Arndorfer, spent Friday at Manly with Mrs. Arndorfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Cobeen. Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer was not well last week, but is somewhat better again. She has high blood pressure. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer entertained the Martin Bleichs, Titonka, and the J. O. Dawns family, at Sunday dinner. Most farmers here are beginning to cut their oats. They are a poor crop. Amelia Arndorfer, R. N.i is employed for a few days at the Kossuth hospital. Jrringon Girl Is Hurt. Irvington, July 11 — Kathryn Schulz suffered injuries Monday when a washing machine fell over on her. The machine is run by a gas engine, end the belt Wbcame entangled with the engine wheel. She was tato to Algona, where a physician dressed a severe cut one leg. ment or should hold that any right Dr. 82— Dr. 60- A. E. Michel, engineer .. .. Ray A. Marguls, labor .. .. M. V. Stephenson, asst. engr. Jack Welch, labor .... E, G'. Stenstrom, labor .. .. •Northern 'Lumber 'Co., sup... 10.00 6.25 3.50 3,75 C. Johnson 10.00 L. M. Merrltt, fun. exp. Chas. McVeigh 35,00 L. H. IBorchardt, supplies .. .. 6.05 John Schemel 1.4f •Donald Steil 2.15 Joe Gunder 1,00 Albert Olson 50 !. W. Lusby. supplies 32.27 Stoner fam g.10 Erickson 2.24 H. Graham 36 M. C. Frandsen 1.13 Minnie istelnman .. 1.00 s 3. 'Selfert and iChapln.. ..1.70 Sup. (Insulin) 17.75 t. Anthony's Home, care Alb. Darts children 4500 upervlsor iDIst. No. 3— 3r. F. L. Adams, med. aid Gen Ash 24.00 Valter Fraser, med. aid (Pearl iRoblson ; 80.00 Cossuth 'Hospital, hosp. care.. 171.00 W. E. Hutchinson 63.00 Carol Jain 50.50 Mrs. Carl Wauge 58.00 iannahbelle Giddings, nursing Mrs. Diwlght (Graham 2150 upervlsor Dlst. No. 4— Oliver Moe, rent Mrs. Conway 1000 flrs. Augusta Klnney, care S. W. Meyer, med. aid Charley Darrel Gelst 1400 Claus 12.00 G. W. Carmean, supplies ,.,. 26.63 Nick Nemmers 4.50 Mrs. Mary Kramer 3.13 J. .Schneider 4.95 Andrew Koppen 1.45 Mrs. A. Bergman 135 Mrs. Cayler 6:63 • Supervisor (Dlst. No. 5— C. F. Berggren, rent Wm. F. Norrls ..... R. L. "Williams, med. aid Henry Mitchell Mrs. Mary Webater, care Noel Arthur Ogren, care Henrv Mitchell .. ... Counft' Farm— 3.60 ' Frank 'L. .Miller, light ser. 1.50 Jonn Kenning; labor E. G. iStenstrom, labor .. .. Ed iBaker, labor Northern 'Lumber Co.. sue •Dr. 83^Earl (Laurltsen, labor John Lelninger, labor .. ,. A. E. Michel, engr Dr. 90- 5.00 9.8G 45.00 G.GO lf.79 •10.00 B, JdnM ...... It. K. Johnson .,., «,34 i,.. ,.4*',; ft.*' _ _ .. _(n <>t« ••'ilMt> iRfcy IL&rtbtV ii.i ...< .., 11.DJ MOrtdn <P$l6r8Dft,..;. .,;-11.00 7,79 Fred Petirion ..it ,... t'il&W Vefh.RutledSe ,••.,. «.,, ..7.89 Theo. Thompson i... i. ..«.» Mr*,..<*. B, Vah foottton, 12.2S 17.50 ddhtt Browhj proV. -Fred OKIeift ' Alg6n«, Coop, Cfyy ,eo.»sprdV, 9,60 S, ! B. itturant fam, .V.. ;i':V;4J0 •Henry Cook:.... ...... .,8.30 Oeo. ipiinn .... .... » ..,.2,10 E. (Beard ........ .... .,3.10 107.00 M. C, Ffandsfin^ii .. "..410 tfohn-Helmers".,.. .. ....2.10 Eugene Meyer* .... ... ..2.10 Ethel Jones ............4,20 Frank'Ittansen ........ ..2.10 Amy Johnson ,.2.10 Nets.. Peterson ..2,10 F. M. Stdner .... .- 2.W J. O. Schemmel ,,.. .. Iff Aug. Rosenau .... .... ,.2,10 Wm, Vanderwerf .... ..,..2.10 J, H. (Rickard ..2,10 Ed IBclSCh .... ....4,20 •Will IBaker JUS J. Schmidt ., ..2.10 Wm. iSelpman ..1.80 Vto. Hiserodt > ,.!.«• Frank (Putts ..,.,.,... ..2.10 James Wiltso .... .... ...S.U T. K. Johnson .... .. ..2.10 Fred 'Grohbach . .2.10 Theo. Thompson .... .. .,1.20 (Clara Neltzel ........ ....4.26 W. A. White, provisions .. .. 186.7 Mahoney .21.00 Wm. Baker -.12.60 W. Harris ....6.00 J. Wlltse 11.76 iW. Laurttaen.. ,.10.00 J, Helmers 1V.75 F. M. Stoner 14.60 V. Gronbabh 10.00 Johnson fam ..13.60 V. Helserodt .... .... ....7.50 Frank Boles 3.00 Frank iBotes 3.00 (Mrs. Stedman ..».2S W. Muckey 8.00. V. Shott 7.60 T. M. BUsborough .. ..16.00 Albert Olson 5,00 C. .8. Johnson, provisions .. 90.7 •Frank (Hansen 6.00 S. R. IDurant .... ..4.00 C. Gunder ..2.76 J. Knudaen 3.00 Amy Johnson 3.00 Mrs. Klein 3.00 Fischer's Cafe, prov. Margaret DeMerchant «5... Mrs. Alta Steven, provisions .. C. Johnson 2XB V. Shott 84 Thos. Akre, provisions .... .. 48.00 G. Haln 2.60 J. Schmidt 10.00 Ed Belach 20.00 G. Hauensteln 8.00 A. F. Connelly 6.00 Aero Service Station, fuel Mrs. Klein .... .60 W. C. Bowman, .wood IMra. Henry Cook .. .... lupervlsor 'Dist. (No. 4— Hoods Cash Store, prov. Mrs. iL. iconway 12.60 Hoods Cash Store, prov. Mrs.. ' ' '-• M. Doss 1000 M. Shoopman, prov. N. Nemmers .... .... 4.66 Daniel Llchllter, prov. .'Edna Johnson 4 34 Bettin's Cash Store, prov. Julius Brigs ,. ...... 'aul Gromes, prov. John Tobln Merrill Bros., provisions 68 IB Mrs. <J. Tyler 1000 iMrs. Peter Giles 10.0 Mrs. H. Johnson 18.15 Amos (Bergman 1200 Mrs. Lattlmer ..809 upervlsor Dlst. No. 5— 'haves Sisters, prov. F. W. Thaves ;... g(g 'haves Slaters, prov. Mrs. Alb. Werrlnga • . goo "*. T. Edwards, prov. Alb. Peterson g,gg trs. Alb. Werlnga, prov. .... 925 ounty Farm— . W. Neville, sup. .... .. .... 288 . W.'Neville, sup ....'I. 337 . IW. Neville! sup. .." ....'.' WOO Iraham Co., sup MSB W. Neville, sup. 6W * it! ,».... ogoff S° 0 S- gc - a :.. 8up ; Motor 7.46 . ... *i*«,j..c, aujj, .... .. ..... V.4O 'hos. Akre, prov 3343 Igona Flour & Feed Co., sup. noioo ROAD CONOSTRIUICTION F!U1ND> T. Chrischllles, gravel 33 32 V. Elbert, grading Proj. No! 3 ,, , ( ..* ., V. Eibert. gradlng'pro'j. No! 134.68 672.01 Illton IMoFadden. rodman ..".'.' '65W 4. T. MoGulre, grading 1 Proj. 'No. 27 ( 14176 M. T. McGuire, grading Proj. 'JNo. 30 122760 'W. Swanson, Sec. RdY'h'lst' •No. 225 '• 69806 'W. Swanson, See. Rd. Dlst' . No. 250 ...... ohn Schumacher, Dist. No. 229 s'ec!"'(Rid' '" U- 10.50 C. H. 'Haiii, labor ....' 750 Wm - McMahon, labor 2.00 29.60 41.30 29.00 erlntendent of Banking of the State ' Dr.' 91- C. H. Cooper, labor 1250 Elmore (Cement & .Tile Co, sup ... ' 1170 Guy 'Bruns, labor ," 3200 'Hllbert Severiens, labor .. .. 20.00 M. V. (Stephenson, asst. engr. 1.75 of Iowa, I such event, all rights of a depositor are to revest in this Board and Its deposit shall thereafter be treated the same as though no depositor's agreement had been entered nto by it. and BE IT IFUIRTTHIBR RESOLVED that i copy of this resolution be attached to the depositor's agreement executed by the iBoard, and that this resolu- tlpn be considered a part thereof, and that said depositor's agreement Is executed and delivered upon the conditions stated In this resolution. Ayes: McDonald, Balgeman and Funnemark. Adopted this 3rd day of July, A.' D. Motion by 'Balgeman and seconded by Funnemark that quarterly reports of E. J. IButler, County Auditor, J. J. Dooley, County Recorder, E. J. Mc^ V °i y 'r, C i!fu k of Dls t>-ict Court and Carl 'Dahlhauser. Sheriff of Kossuth 'Motion by McDonald and seconded County be approved. Ayes: All. by Balgeman that Emmet Crahan be exempt from 'Poll Tax for year 1933 and County Treasurer instructed to cancel the delinquent Poll Tax for years 19S and 1930. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned to one o clock, P. M. One o'clock, 'P. M. -Board met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion -by McDonald and seconded by Helken that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, Kossuth County has entered into a contract with 'Edward A. E. IMIchel, engr 1000 A. J. Lawler, labor J. la Cunningham, labor .. (Geo. Onken, labor •Dr. J. B. Cunningham, labor A. J. Lawler, labor Dr. 97— Jack 'Delaney, labor .. Dr. 99 — J. B, Cunningham, labor .. Guy Bruns, labor 'Hllbert Severiens, labor Dr. 102— Jack Welch, labor (Ray A. Marquis, labor . Dr. 105— A. E. Michel, engr Dr. ,Q 1 .„ „ to conve y the South Half (b 1-2) of 'Lots Three (3) and Four H) i ^L ock . 0ne (1) ' of the Original Plat of the town of Algona to Kossuth Cou '' t y ; Iowa, and also the said Edward .0613011,10 give a bill of sale of all household goods that he now owns to Kossuth County. In consideration of said conveyances, Kossuth County has agreed to P ay s £?i Edward Goetsch, the following: Fifteen 'Dollars ($16) per month as long as he may live. .Kossuth County agrees to. pay the costs of last Illness and burial of the said Edward 'Goetsch. 'Said Kossuth County assumes and agrees to pay the not* " ""VL! 3y ' Edward Goetsch on January l!»A». secured by mortgage on the ?u° ve .. descrlbed Property, recorded in the office of the Kossuth County recorder in book of Town Lot Mortgages, 'Book B-l, 'Page 649, said Edward Goetsch to have the use of the flffftirne 86 aWl * urnlture du Hng his Be it resolved by this Board of Supervisors that the deed to said property be accepted. ^Adopted this 3rd day of July, A. D. Ayes; All. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Heiken that Cigarette Bond of Frand Granjenett for Jl.000.00 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by IBalgeman and seconded £? ^"".neroark that final estimates /• *V, Swanson for graveling Secondary Road Districts No. 225 and No. 250 be approved. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by McDonald that final estimates of John fechumacher from graveling Secondary Road Districts Nos. 251, 229, 235 and 233 be approved. Ayes: All, On motion 'Board proceeded to audit and allow bills as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinafter written: SOHE)r>TJlLJ3_pF CLAIMS ~ IFUNI> ser. ....f teL 1295 9.'25 44.00 1.75 245 175 2.60 7.50 1.25 .50 4.75 28.18 F. :W. Wehler i& .Son, sup E. L. (Han-Is, sup George Holtzbauer, repairs Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup. Mla w ot M or i,S;\ I , mber Co - SU P 2.00 M. N. 'Phillips, assessment on high line 70 o Pratt Electric Co., sup 15 Richardson (Furniture Co., sup! G3J5 H. M. Olson, dental aid ....."' /so 'Mrs. Dan L. Harris ....1.50- W. J. Fletcher 3.00 'REOONSTRJUiCTION -FINANCE OORiPOIRIATION (Poor Fund) W. E. McDonald, meals forestry boys' 700 W. E. MODonald, meals "for- estryMx>ys 37E Herman Gruis, potatoes 300 ohn Schumacher, ' Sec ' IRd 'Dist. No. 235 ' John Schumacher, Sec K'd Dist. (No. 251 Don T. Nugent, asst. "engr! J. V. Elbert, grading Proj. No! 4 J. V. Elbert, grading proj.'No! John 'kohVwe's, 'labor .'.'.'.' '."* Delbert Sharp, labor . ' „„ «fnry Fischer, labor '.','. $& Chris F. iNlelsen, labor "" ILaroy R. Elbert, labor Francia N. Elbert, labo'r sup _.. ... Owatonna Tool 'o'A ....... . I Interstate Power & sup ' •• . Champlln Reflnlne'Jv, Standard oil r-n °" "" Wll E. J. B Countyl Guarantee • 4 '• ' f Bon We back the Fisk qu ity with a written pn ise to protect you] against-^ 267.64 140.00 163.80 63^ 3760 •n — _ . Ben 'Beenken, potatoes Henry Spear, potatoes CJ T* in —••*«-• i., 10.1/UI .. ,» ^pllfs 0 ?.":..^ 1 " 3 -. Dls tr-. Barton-Warner Products'.' Slip. 499.75 John .Lowenburff, damage ... 600 £;,„ •r> I > ngman ' t= rrave ' 11501 Oeo. Onken, labor, clmd 770 allowed '•'" K ^. Elbert Garage, storage .'.'"..:: MOO feS?HH.'a.*. 1 =: Co., sup. .... 4.06 7.00 ... _, — «....... O ..H,.... i«wui .. .. t.w , oaoes ... AMI C. H. Cooper, labor ...... 32.50 A ego Janssen, potatoes .. " a'S A. J. Lawler, labor ........ 19.75 ' M/s. H. Sonnenberg. rotat™,." R« 10.50 700 250 19.76 24.00 47.26 4.25 6.95 10.00 £' -i?' ,T M ]u he1 ' 6ngr I"" ® M F. H. 'Lathrop, rodman 625 M. V. Stephenson, asst. engr. Jack 'Delaney, labor M. L. 'Worby, labor Dr. 126— M. L. Worby, labor Jack Delaney, labor . Dr. 127— Jack Delaney, labor 1.75 A. E. Michel, engr M , V^Stephenson, asst. engr. IRay A. Marquis, labor Jack Welch, labor Dr. 166— E. G. Stenstrom, labor .. ., Ray A. Marquis, labor .... Jack 'Welch, labor Elmore Cement & Tile Co, sup Northern Lumber Co.!'sup. " s Dr. 174— Jack 'Delaney, labor Dr. 177— " " A. E. Michel, engr E-K No. 2— A. B. Michel, engr 'E. G. Stenstrom, labor H-K No. 2-36- A. j. Lawler, labor . ._. Sonnenberg, ,«, t u.iut:a.. Warner iBeenken, potatoes .... Dick Meyer, potatoes .. Supervisor Dist. No. 1— " " Benedict's Store, prov F Stew- ' IHedrick, Jr, ' Mrs . , , ,. Benedict's Store, prov. D.'c'as- B g"edicts ; ' ' ' Store; ' ' p'ro'v.v ' ' IF ochmldt ........ G S 0 cribner e> .. P . rOV ;-. Akre ' VT °*' ' Mrs - °Cook Johnson - P rov - Henry Matt Laux, labor 15.00 3.50 1.75 1.25 29.75 17.50 12.60 20.75 4.SO 3.50 14.00 12.00 7.00 .90 1.93 .64 Matt Laux, labor .. ICllnton Waltman, labor H-K 7-120— 2.10 18.00 . Matt Laux, labor ...... in H-K Jt. -No. 2- ........ ' al Geo. Gabrlelson. labor ...... 665 .Harold J. Jacobson, labor .. 7 us H-K Jt. No. 8-- 7.68 .Nick Wleln. labor ........ 1475 Phillip Fouafge labor ..... Ben Glsoh, labor .. ......... W-K 20-66- 1E.OO 10.00 H. Hanson, labor 602 'waiter Hanson, labor .... .... 2 w-c Hanson, labor v • , ........ Walter Hanson, labor .... Elmore Cement & Tile Co. sup ............. „ v> W-K 6S-136- ' ..... ' '* T J°- H. Hanson, labor .... „ Hum.-Kos.JHan. 93-131-aooJ " Jack CDelaney, labor ...... FUND iooo 4 2172 i ij ™- « t , Wm. Schultz, rent - Mra Hedrick. clmd. 20.00 .... .N6t Allowed Elizabeth Relnen, rent; clmd W Charles Marse, transp. - Mrs Marso S ^T."* * ^i***"**^! VfcJ' • • • t i • J. Backus, postage Klaas Hamstra, bty. .... Northwestern Bell Tel. Co. service '.,'......, ,,.,,,, 1.05 6.00 74.70 der 10.00 18.00 JWT ,,,,,, ,,,, ..,, , T fi.00 ,SS*«'J»'*J 8 K.«M* 10.00 Spiiieji, B. George MoParland Fi-ed & Waiker. prov. i S. C. Moslman family' Humboldt Co. Auditor, prov Thomas Molamphy *lrs. W. H "•" ner fam. 2.40 2.70 2.60 13.55 6.44 15.55 15.20 14.05 8.03 22.25 15.00 I 13.71 Scrb . Supervisor"Di'st."No. 2— Vv. F. Pllcher. nmv v ,av,«^ 3.GO 10.57 Stebrltz fam. ".'. Mathlson fam Seipman fam Welscamp fam. .. „ R , roU y . Stebrltz - Prov.' H.'' Car: Moe &'sjogren,"prov Clara Neltzel " " "£& Robt^ Bowman '.'.'..'".'. < :*m H. Carroll ,. O. Chapin "" Mrs Wm. , Ku hn '.'.'; A. Ivrominga .... Mrs. Selfert " ' J. Stelnman .... '.'' Vanderwerf ..12.50 12.60 Durant Gjendale Market.- pro v.- t 1.74 105.25 5.25 2.60 2.62 68.60 2.60 22.60 Shott .. C. Johnson ....L68 2.19 Matt * .10.00 Harrington •& (Dickinson, r'lght- of-A. J. labor TJ . -^".c*, luuor , H. A. Bruns, labor \v n Q.Y.I.I. ,_. . . •• *» 38.50 abor Geo. Otto Kenne, labor ...'. '.'." " o. R. Bowen, sup '.*" " service Algona, light and power Elec - light , patrol .. P. & Pac . Mike Baker 6 Clyde patrol ".'.'. patrol 75.00 67!76 7.60 65.00 27.00 74.84 23.75 1.00 10.80 1.30 2.60 73.64 1.64 2.50 91.00 75.00 pa ro. G00hodma "Hundsness, patrol ln Baker, patrol ... ,pLi Haynes> patro ' 1 ' • W T ^"J, 31 " 8 ". Patrol ... S,; oA i,S? her . Patrol .. ' Gus , Will ' amoreux patrol 82.35 60.00 67.37 81.90 80.35 70.00 92.25 06.12 85.12 19.26 63.60 81.03 Quinn, 49,76 68.26 61.00 79.80 I mi**___a "_"_' ****H Ol . ^ eg M ! 63.W • 65.60 . 37.80 . 79.20 . 76.60 . 87.90 . 69.62 . 18.26 . 22,60 ' 1361.22 6.00 8.00 • 70.00 Joe sser, patrol rf G / r S labor ... Guy Ash. labor ... G - W. Gud; drag ^ Graham, drag '. ' drag « S. s«cotn& ««•»".; ^wrenoe Poem' 5,11 "^ «» M 0. Ctardner; f rfriif •"* "••« IS IS 6.76 Blow Ootf Braises Cuts Vanity Brakes Under- , Inflatloif Wheels i of Al, ment 440x21 450x20 450x21 475x19 500x19 ELBER GARAGE South of Courthouse | Algona Special Tomato Juice (Cool per can ----------Sandwich Spread, quart I Hires Root Beer Extract I Wats? Softener, Carrots, No. 2 cW J Magic Washer, package | Macaroni or Spaghetti 7 packages for — -H Crystal Fancy Cookies J 2 Ibs. --------- Complete Line TOP PRICES FOB 1 H, R, SORE

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