Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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fcActig fitGHT AGED BANCROFT WOMAN FOUND DEAD BY SON Bancroft, Aug. S—Mrs. Margreth File Delpordang, 89, was found dead in bed by her son Nick, Armstrong, who came Sunday to see her. Less- than 30 minutes before her death, she was visiting with some of her children. She had been sick a week with pneumonia. Mrs. Delperdang, who was oldest person in Bancroft and the oldest member of St. John's parish, was born in Germany in 1844, and when she was 24 years old she married Hubert Delperdang at Paris. In 1871, when their eldest daughter, Mrs. Anton Doleschal, now deceased, was 18 months old, they came to America and settled lat Bellevue, Iowa. Forty years ago the Delperdangs moved to Bancroft. They lived on a farm west of here till 23 years ago, ' •• ^ - • - •_ i - i Legion Celebration at Swea City Success KOBStJTM COttNTY ADVANCB. ALQOrU. IOWA wheil they retired and came to town. Mr. Delperdang died in 'April 1930. The children are Lambert, Glas- igow, Mont.; Mrs. William Forrest Bancroft; Nick; Mrs. Rose Gretsinger, Chicago; and croft. Leo, Ban• Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St. John's Catholic church by the Rev. J. F. Schultes, and burial was made in St. John's cemetery. < Mrs. Delperdang was a member tot the Altar society. Pall bearers were M. J. Schiltz, N. J. Merrill, Henry Menke, H. J. iDeitering, Jos.' Engesser, and Matt Nemmers. All of the children except Lamibert were here. Bancrofters Leave for Trip— Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs and two ons left Monday for Wau- conla, Minn., and from there will go to Minneapolis, Readstmrg, Wis., Milwaukee, and Chicago. Catherine Li-pp, who had spent two weeks at the Fuchs home, returned to her home at Wauconia with them. Roadsburg is Mr. Fuchs' .boyhood home, and his brother Orin lives there. He has a sister at Milwaukee and a brother Robert at Chicago. Mr. Fuchs owns the iFuchs hardware and furniture here. Harvest Festvlal Is Planned— The annual harvest festival will take place at St. John's church August 22-23. The Tuesday ball games will be between the Fats and the Leans. At 3 o'clock the Bancroft-Burt Legion teams will play. Wednesday Swea City will play the Bancroft Lions, and that evening at 7:30 there will ,be a wrestling match between Frank Bauer. Swea City, and Harry Olson, Fairmont. Suppers will be served in St. John's hall both evenings. Cameans to Drug-gists' Dinner— G. W. Carmean and his son Evana attended a druggists' dinner at the Country club clubhouse at Algona Thursday evening, guests of H. A. Tuttle, Algona, representative of a Des Moines drug house. Surprise for Mildred Dettering— Thirty-tour friends of Mildred Deitering surprised her Sunday evening at her home. She is leaving August IS for Mercy hospital, Des Moines, where she will enter nurse*' training. Accident Victim to Hospital Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Swea City, Aug. S—The Legion celebration last week Wednesday and Thursday was a success. Rain and cold Wednesday discouraged a big crowd, but on Thursday a record breaking crowd was on the streets all day. All stands did a good business. Several gambling devices were closed by Mayor Jos. M. Dye Wednesday evening. The ball games were well attended. Swea City lost to Forest City Thursday afternoon. The bowery dance attracted large crowds each evening. Old Time Teacher In Visit- Mrs. Harry Easton, formerly Mamie Stockman, visited here last week. Mrs. Easton spent her girlhood days here, teaching in this county when B. F. Reed was superintendent. Her husband conducted a drug store here some years ago, going from here to Crosley, N.'D., where he conducts a store. Mrs. Easton is en route home from Los Angeles, where she visited her mother, Mrs. R. R. Stockman, and sister Alma Robertson. Mrs. Stockman has been in poor health lor some time. Visitors Go to World's Fair- Clinton Vaux, his brother Harve, and his son Richard, of Mt. Vernon, arrived here Thursday from Mt. Vernon, Wash. They were Joined by Mrs. Vaux, who has been visiting relatives and friends here the past month, and Saturday left for Detroit, Mich., and Chicago. In Chicago they will spend a week at the fair. They will return here late this week. Come for Celebration— Among those from a distance who were here for the Legion celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cunningham, of Spirit Lake, the Harry Edwards, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Mward Gustafson, Chicago, Mrs. Nellie Anderson and son Orvllle, of Bismarck, S. D. Mrs. Gustafson was formerly Florence Johnson. Bun Over by Load of Oats- Harold Selberg, of Grant, was inured last week when a wagon load >f oats ran over him. He fell from the wagon tongue, where "he was standing to fix a tug, when the horses started. He has several broken bones, and was badly bruised. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Selberg. Grandson Is lilt br Car— The Jacob Petersons last week received word that their grandson, son of the Clifford Petersons, had been struck by a car. The child, three years old, was playing in front of the home, and ran into the street in front of the car. The child is recovering. Comes from New Tork City- Mrs. Aline Dinzy, of New York City, is visiting her step-daughters, Leola and Florence Dinzy. They accompanied Andy Van Alstine to Boone Thursday to meet Mrs. Dinzy. Fern Poller Under Knife— Fern Dolley was operated upon for appendicitis at her home north of town.Friday by Dr. West, of Armstrong. Lela Young, H. N., Legali ORDINANCE NO. 232 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, RECONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF SiDEWALKS, AND THE AS- assisted. She is recovering. Other Swea City. Eunice Jenson, of Swea City, and Viola, lone and Marietta Helgason, of Armstrong, are spending the week in Chicago attending the fair. They will also spend some time in Wisconsin before returning. Catherine, daughter of the C. J. Applequists, is visiting her parents. She is a registered nurse in St. Paul. The Rev. Raymond Swansons are spending their vacation this week with relatives and friends in Illinois. Ruth Pearson, of Chicago, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nels Pearson, for a couple of weeks. Janice Preston broke her arm last week. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston. The «. Hoovers, of Des Moines, visited at Ed Peterson's several SESSMENT OF THE COST THEREOF AGAINST THE ABUTTING PROPERTY, Be It Ordained by the city Council of the City of Algona, Iowa: Sec. 1. That the City of Algona, Iowa, may by resolution order the laying, relaying and repairing of temporary sidewalks upon any street, avenue, alley, .public ground or market place within the limits of said city at a cost not exceeding sixty cents (60c) a linear foot, prescribe a uniform width thereof and regulate the grade of the same and order the assessment of the cost thereof against the property in front of which the same shall be laid, relaid or repaired, and the City Clerk shall certify the amount of such assessment to the County Auditor and it shall be collected the same as other taxes. Sec. 2. The City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, may by resolution order the construction, reconstruction and repair of permanent sidewalks upon any street, highway, avenue, public ground or market place within the limits of said city; but the construction of permanent sidewalks shall not be made until the bed of the same permanent sidewalk built by City Council as soon as hU exam Ination has been made, The Con tractor building a walk under prl vate contract shall report its coin pi et Ion to the City Clerk. Section 11. All objections ,to th cost of construction of permanen sidewalks, as provided by this ordl nance against the lots or parcels o land In front of which the same ar constructed, and all objections t the prior proceedings on accoun of errors, Irregularjtles or Inequal Hies must be made in writing and filed wth the City Clerk prior ti the date fixed for said assessment and all objections not so mad( shall be deemed waived excep when fraud is shown. Section 12. Unless the owner o any lot or parcel of land again s which an assessment for a perma nent sidewalk Is made shall with in thirty (30) days from the date of said assessment file written ob lections to the legality or regular ity of the assessment or levy of such tax upon property, such and against owner shall his be shall have been graded so that days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nagel moved to Lone Rock last week. Milo Nagel had the misfortune to break his arm last weak. The W. C. T. U. plan an annual guest day in the park. BIRTHDAYS OF 2 TITONKIANS AREOBSERVED Titonka, Aug. 8—Honoring the 72nd Wthday of Mrs. Charles Reib- samen and 18th of a grandson, Harlan Bobbenhouse, a family reunion picnic was held at Lake Cornelia, near Clarion, Sunday. Attending: the Chas. Relbsamens and the A. M. Petersons, Titonka; the Logan and Raymond Keagles and Vance Reibsamen, Minneapolis; the H. B. Bobbenhouse family, Des Moines; and Glen Reibsamen, Marshalltown. Schoolbooh Exchange Conducted The Parent-Teacher association is conducting a community used school book- exchange at the school building. Books received this week Wednesday will be sold Saturday. All books will be fumigated. The same methods were used last year W. Nelson, left Thursday for Iowai and found suc cessful. City to enter a hospital for treat- !„ ment. He was in an auto accident H( ^', le & uards Meet Friday— here a week or two ago. Son for Ileinhard Potthoffs— Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Potthoffs The Home Guards met at Alice Budlong's Friday. Attending were Forest Hansen, Patty Ball, Robert Budlong, Fern Oesterreicher, Hope have a son, born Monday. They ! and Faith Pall, Jackie Callies, Bet- have two sons and one daughter' ty Kokash, Marjorie Peterson, now. Mrs. C. P. Stauder is caring i Duane Fall, Herbert Schram. Mr. for mother and babe. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. John Kennedy and her three Fall was leader. Tryon Ordered to Oakdale— Tryon, formerly of Ti- .._ ,,.,, wvi Frank . . _ children returned to' their home'at' tonka - now of Lakota. returned Sat- Hutohinson, Minn., Sunday. They ur ^ay from Iowa City, where he had visited here a week and with h& & an examination at the clinic, the former's sister, Mrs. Jesse Un- Jt was recommended that he spend derkofler. Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Un- a y° ar or so at the sanatorium at derkofler brought them here Sun- | Oakdale for rest. day, and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy took them to Adelia, where they were met by Mr. Kennedy. Georgia Carmean returned Sunday from Rockford, 111., where she attended summer school. She teaches in high school here. Doctor Hade and Opal O'Hern, Fort Dodge, brought her home. Miss O'Hern met Georgia at Rockford and they attended the world's fair a week. Jos. Sandschulte, manager of the men's department at Kennedy's, returned to work Monday, after a week's vacation. He and his sister, Mrs. Kate Dishler, Rock Valley, spent the week at A. Mayer's, Waterloo, and with his daughter, Mrs. Leo Whalen, Mason City. Mrs. Al Tollefson and her son Tommy left Sunday, after two weeks with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyer. The Alphonse Fangmans, Alta, spent Sunday at the Dyer home. Mrs, Fangman was Elna Dyer before jnar- riage. John Cowing, son Glenn, and daughter Veronica drove to Ossian Tuesday to visit a sister of Mr. Cowing. Glenn, who is employe in the grocery department at Ken nedy's, j s having a vacation, an Ray Brink is helping at the store Mr. and Mrs. N. s. Krapp anc their daughter Loretta spent Sun day at Mrs. John Kockler's. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Sypkins, Holsteln visited Mrs. Kockler from las Thursday till Sunday. Mrs. Syp ikins is a niece of Mrs. Kockler. The Al Verburgs, of Maurice spent last week Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Frederickson They were en route to Minneapolis Mr. Frederickson, who is C. & N W. agent, was located at Maurice some years ago. Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and her two sons drove to Fort Dodge Sunday Breen Family Has Reunion— The J. D. Breen family held a reunion at Peter Tobin's in Nashua Sunday. Attending were George Breen's Woden, the George Holtz- bauers, Algona, the Elmer Petersons, Titonka, and Eva Mae Breen, Algona. Larkin C'lub Meets Friday- Mrs. Virgil Pendergast was host ess to the Larkin card club Fri day. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe won high, Mrs. Martin Bleioh low, anc Mrs. Wm. Rickleffs the traveling prize. Dodge Friday to meet his aunt, Mrs. Calvin Siekmier and daughter Darlene, of Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs. Seikmier is a sister of Mrs. John Kiel. Bernice Bobbinhouse, who has been visiting here a number of days, left Sunday for a trip to the Century of Progress, before returning to her home in Des Moines. Helen Beed entertained Wednesday. Attending were Fern, Harold, and Mildred Krantz, Wilbur and Katherine Schram, Edithmae Budlong and Donald Callies. The Edw. Winkles, Sibley, spent Saturday night at Charles Reibsa- men's. They visited Sunday at Burt and Algona. Mrs. Winkle was formerly Doris Zweifel. The Clarence Turners, Cherokee spent Sunday at William Peterson's and the D. E. Turners went home with them for an extended visit. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe entertained her Tuesday afternoon bridge club Mrs. Carl Callies winning high! Mrs. Arthur Schweppe low. Russell Thompson, who has s.pent most of the summer here with his 'brother, returned last Sunday to his home in Iowa Falls. The Raymond Krantzes returned Friday from a week's trip to the Century of Progress in Chicago Henry Butler is home from Estherville this week-end to spend Sunday with his family. Carol Reaser is spending the week visiting at Leo Brayton's. The Rex Austins spent Sunday at Elmer Hartshorn's in Algona. when completed such, sidewalks will be at the established grade; and to assess the cost thereof on the lots or parcels of land in front of which the same shall toe con- deemed to have waived objections >n these grounds, and shall have :he right to pay said assessment with interest thereon not exceed- ng six per cent per annum in seven (7) equal annual installments, the first of which shall mature and be payable on .the date of said assessment and the others with interest on the whole amount unpaid, annually thereafter, at the time and in the manner as the March semi-annual payment ol ordinary taxes, provided that if the aggregate of all assessments against the property of any owner is Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) or less, such assessments shall be paid in one .installment and within thirty (30) days following the levy. Section 13. Each installment of structed, and the City Clerk shall I such taxes, with interest, shall be- certify the amount of such assessment to the County Auditor and it shall be collected the same as other taxes. But unless the owners ot a majority of the linear feet of the property fronting on the improvements referred to in this section petition the council therefor, the same shall not be made unless three-fourths of all the members of the council shall by vote order the making thereof. Section 3. It shall be lawful for the City Council to order any sidewalk repaired without notice the property owner and to to the expense thereof against the property in front of which said repair is made, and said assessment shall .be certified by the City Clerk to the County Auditor and collected the same as other taxes. Section 4. All sidewalks, both temporary and permanent, shall be constructed according to specifications adopted • therefor, by the City Council and on file in the office of the City Clerk, and such additional specifications as may from time to time be adopted by said city. Section 5. All sidewalks constructed within the limits of the city shall be four feet in width except that within the business portion of the city sidewalks shall be not less than eight feet in width nor more than sixteen feet in width and except also cases where the property owners petition for a different width and such petition is allowed by the City Council Section 6. All sidewalks constructed contrary to" the provisions of this ordinance regulating the width thereof or contrary to the provisions of specifications adopted for the construction of sidewalks in the city shall be removed by the Street Commissioner upon tbe order of the City Council, at the expense of the abutting owner after giving the Wesley Child Run Over by An Auto Wesley, Aug. 8—Henry, 4-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Burch, narrowly missed a serious accident Friday morning. He and his brother were passing the creamery, when a patron's car drove out and struck the child. He was pulled from under the vehicle, and a doctor found him only 'bruised and shaken up, no bones broken or serious injuries evident. Ruth Welhousen is Patient- Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Garret Welhousen, was operatec on for appendicitis Monday after noon. She is under the care of Mrs Fred Wentz. Wire Fence Gashes Leg- While climbing a barbed wire fence Alice Budlong cut her righ •leg so that the doctor took two stitches. and the former's mother, James Delaney, came here them for a week. Mrs, with Margaret 'Pannkuk, of Titonka, spent Jast Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. F. Davis. Mr Davis is employed at the Deitering garage. The E. A. Finches, Litchfield, Mich., arrived last Thursday for a week with the W. W. Ditsworths. Mr. Finch is a brother of Mrs, Dlts- wortn. Former Teacher Here Weds— Pearl Steven, of Sexton, who was married last week Wednesday evening, is a former Titonka teacher. Carload Cattle to Market- Peter Govern, west of town shipped a carload of cattle to Chicago Saturday, them. He accompanies Titonka Has 15 In NRA— Fifteen local business establishments have already signed the certificate of compliance for the NRA. Other Titonka News. Dr. and Mrs. Hamstreet are entertaining Mrs. Hamstreet's brother, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Watson and two children, Pittsburgh, Pa., and lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Watson, of Carnegie, Pa. They expect to remain a month. The Anton Pannkuks and daugh- er Marguerite drove to La Crosse, Wis., Sunday to spend a few days visiting relatives. Marguerite is lome on a vacation, and returns Thursday to her work as nurse in a Mason City hospital. Maurice Kiel drove to Fort Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen and Mrs. Koppen's father, A. Q. Smith, left Thursday morning for White, S. D.. to visit the Gus Gleiters. Mrs. Gleiter is a daughter of A. Q. Smith. They will be gone a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulkner entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mrs. Ella Warburton, Topeka, Kans., the Alrec Boeckholts, Titonka; Mrs. N. E. Noble; and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lakota. Sunday guests at R. E. Ham- quists were the Henry Pattersons, the E. R. Worleys, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Armstrong. Mrs. Ella Warburton went home with them for a short visit. Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained 12 women at her home Friday afternoon at a tea in honor of Mrs. Ella Warburton, Topeka, Kans., who is visiting relatives here and at Blue Earth. Beth Hamquist went to the F. G. Torines, near Armstrong, last week for a few days visit and to take in the Legion day celebration at Swea City. Mrs. E. R. Worley's Aid committee served the Commercial club dinner at the church Thursday evening. Little Peggy Grabau was sick last week, but is recovering. Lone Rock Hertha and Martha Jaskulke and Mildred Hodaley motored home 'rom Minneapolis Sunday for a .wo weeks vacation at their parental homes. All three are era- iloyed at the Marselm beauty par- or. Miss Hilda Jaskulke came home 'riday evening 'by bus from Minneapolis for a week's visit at the home of her parents. property _ — — property owner ten days notice to remove and reconstruct said; walk according to the provisions of this ordinance and the specifications there- for. The cost of removing such sidewalk and of reconstructing the same if reconstructed by the City to be assessed against the abutting property as heretofore provided for the assessment of the cost of constructing sidewalks. Section 7. When the City Council has by resolution ordered a permanent sidewalk constructed in front of, or along, any piece of property abutting upon any street or alley, stating generally the kind of material to be used, and when the same is ordered, notice of intention to construct such walk and tnat the same has been ordered, shall be given to the owner by serving him personally with a notice thereof signed by the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, or by one publication in some newspaper in the City of Algona of the resolution ordering the same, the personal service or publication to be at least ten days before the date upon which the city may begin to construct the said sidewalk. During the time provided in said notice or resolution, the .property holder may procure a permit and build or have the same built, but if he does not do so within that time then it shall be built by the city and the cost thereof assessed against the property as hereinafter provided. Section 8. The City Council may enter into a contract for the building of all permanent sidewalks which shall be ordered built by the city in any sidewalk order which contract shall be let in the name of the City to the lowest responsible bidder on notice as provided by the laws of Iowa relating to contracts for street improvements. But such contract shall not prevent the letting of a special contract for a particular piece of property to'be let in like manner. Or the council may order a number of walks under a sidewalk order, and let the contract for building such sidewalks at one time, and within a time to be designated therein. Section 9. No person or persons other than those under 'contract with the city, ehall construct or lay any permanent sidewalk without first obtaining a permit from the City Council or the City Clerk The application for such permit shall be in writing and shall state the owner of the property and the lot, lots, or parcels of ground in front of which the walk la to be built. All permanent sidewalks shall be constructed in accordance with the plans and specifications filed with the City Clerk. Section 10. All permanent sidewalks built shall be subject at all times to inspection and control by the City. The City Engineer awst report to the City Council on every come delinquent on the first day of March next after its maturity and shall bear the same rate of interest, with same penalties as ordinary taxes. Section 14. A certificate of levy of such special assessment, fixing the number of installments and the time when payable, certified as correct by 'the City Clerk, shall be filed with the Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa. Section 15. Said certificate shall be the same as certiHcates of the levy of special assessment for street improvements and the same procedure shall apply thereto. Section 16. Except as hereinafter provided, all sidewalks hereafter constructed or reconstructed in the City of Algona, Iowa, shall be constructed so as not to project beyond the curb line as established by ordinance. Section 17. Permission to build beyond said curb line may be secured^for a frontage not exceeding seventy (70) feet on any street in one-half block where conditions warrant and where approved by the City Superintendent, In writing, after a written application therefor has been made. That part of the walk constructed beyond the established curb line must be constructed that, by **« same may be removed so when' deemed City Council, without - -- - WBU.V ? wvt rViIWJ to the walk built to the tablished curb line es- person desiring v temporar y sidewalk on any street or alley in the City of A . I . g ° na ' Io wa, shall first make application to and secure permission therefore from the City Council Section 19. All ordinances ' or part thereof conflicting with the prowfltona of this ordinance 'are to ° A^WVOIUuOft . If JLVWf «BOTV**»B •••" »"»«• this day filed, opened and read/the 28th day of August, 1933, 18 fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court Mouse in Algona, lowa.before the District Court ot said County, ot the Clerk of said Court j and at 9 o'clock a. hi. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and Allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of Said deceased, Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 27, 1933 E. J. McEVOY, •Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Attorneys. 47-49 Y- • preis S. J. BftckUs ,P. M,, advance oft postage ...—' Ernst thlel, metef reading Sorensen Drug Store, mdse. __.- deo. Hansen, • labor and material. — ___-_ Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil Kossuth county Hatchery et al, refund deposits... Chas. Wagner et al, labor' Advance Pub. Co., printing 4.30 ' 6.12 20,79 1.66 1.20 12.44 56.00 26.20 20.35 12.51 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3765. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss, In District Court,. March term, 1933. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Robert J. Hutchison, deceased, dated March 21, 1919, having been this day filed, opened and read, the !8th day of August, 1933, is fixed !or hearing proof of same at the 3ourt House in Algona, Iowa, be:ore the District Court of said county, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons inter- sted are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause f any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 29, Southern Minnesota Supply Co., mdse. ____^____ N. W. Bell Tel. Co,, service __—____—..-___ 19.70 WATER FUND Salaries _.— —. 386.00 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. _ 13.62 Wighlan Co., mdse. ._ 42.76 Ralph Elbert, mdse. and' labor , L._____-___ 42.25 Lalng & Muckey, mdse. ,43 H, W. Post, frt. and dray. 2.36 •Fred Gronbach et al, la- !. • bor !—-_— 65,25 Earl Bowman, labor _____ 78.00 GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary 108.00 M. A. Van Alstyne, salary F. W. Green, dogs C. W. Davenport, special police ___ , Frank Schallln, police •_. Tom Akre, rent special 933. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy: Hutchison, Attorney. 47-49 NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at he office of the County Auditor, at 'ilgona, Iowa, until 2:00 p. m., Aug- :st 22, 1933, for gravel surfacing n five miles of local county roads, nvolving 7600 cu. yds. of gravel, 2000 units of % mile haul, and 700 cu. yds. stripping gravel pits. Mdding blanks and additional in- ormation may be secured at the rfflce of the county engineer, AJ- ona, Iowa. iE. J. BUTLER, August 8th, 1933. County Auditor. 108.00 1.00 3.90 . 3.60 10.42 Street labor __• • 636.75 Ross Coleman, gravel 12.00 Geo. Willey et al, labor __ 76.50 Jesse Umbenhower, labor dump ___ 12.60 Butterworth Motor Ex- freight on asphal- LOA Aut Li 08 low costs Payment income. Bee vestock secure ** press, •turn Tire Service Co., mdse. __ Nelson Hdw., mdse. Simmons Bros. Garage, labor : .__ Geo. Hansen, labor Algona Steam Laundry, labor • •_ K. C. Implement Co., mdse. Kent Motor Co., mdse. ',< K. D. James, mdse. J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. 6.00 Clear Lake Sand & Gravel Co., mdse. 38.76 Milwaukee R'y, frt. on sand ; 46.48 .10.71 2.30 3.76 1.60 9.30 1.00 6.75 2.86 .20 DIRECTOI K08SCTH Entered as Secona-i December 31. IQOS. nt , he »t Algona, Iowa, u of March 2, 48-19 Council Minutes I Algona, Iowa, July 27, 1933— iity council niet in regular session n this day at the city hall, and mong other thing's allowed the fol- owing bills: ELECTRIC FUND alaries $ 919i00 Vmerican Gas Mach Co.. merchandise 4410 lectric Supply Co., merchandise 224.05 erry-Durin Co., merchandise erry-Durin ^.""merchandise att Parrott & Soiis~€o.~ 66.44 60.55 gas and oil Iowa Foundry & Manufacturing, mdse. . League of Iowa Municipal- Standard Oil Co.t asphalt 69.22 Champlin Refining Co., " " 9.11 12.00 20.00 17.40 14.46 17.38 3.25 6.00 35.60 76.00 . _ 55.00 Perry White, salary 75.00 Co., Co., ities, dues Botsford Lumber mdse,. ! Botsford Lumber mdse. Advance Pub. Co., printing N. W. Bell Co., service, __ Peter Chubb, asst. eng. __ C. E. Chubb, engineer Kenneth Mercer, salary Margaret Morris, salary _ WT. B. Quarton QCARTOJf _. Law Phones: Office 427" Iowa, e Office phone 480-W. f. W. Sullivan McMAHONll s E ; ' L. E. Linnan SCt00 - This shall W day o! A»B«, ,1933 CARLSON 48. C. F. SPEGHT, Mayor. ^£fS™ ~ merchandise __ 15 no eneral Elect. Supply Corp., merchandise _ _ 3 go dison Gen. Elect. Appliance Co., merchandise •> 14 Malleable Iron Range Co!" merchandise _ 15900 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., merchandise _ a , 4R Columbia Sanitary Wiping bricating .... Westinghouse Elect. ~Supply, mdse. Security Petroleum <Jorn" gas, oil p " Security Petroleum"~CoriT gas, oil "" Standard Oil Co.,~ Fuller Brush Co., Puller Brush Co., mdse." Manzel Bros. Co., mdse." Western Union, service B' " .*» OF WISCONSIN. MILWAUKEE the Bank Hanna Scot Han"a Winfi T °^ A1 » De , POSltors and Creditors o the Bank of Lu Verne, Lu Verne Iowa, and of the Co-Partnership composed of Ophelia K. Hanna H Ua f nnle f ' , ? ober tson, Geneva Hanna Swisher, Consuelo L Hanna and Winfield Scott Hanna and to Whom It May Concern- You are .hereby notified thai there is now on file in the office of ° f the Dlstrlct Court of county, Iowa, an Applica- ex- ' , asking that he be authorized to - ecute an Extension Agreement for the extension of a mortgage indebtedness of TWO Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand Dollars ($296,000.00) ow ing to The Northwestern Mutul Life Insurance Company, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and secured by f rt gag / S ° n real estate in Kossuth and Humboldt counties. Iowa according to the terms and conditions set out in said Agreement r-nnv <\t -...v.1^1, . _____ ° ™" 10 "i. Agreement is at- the Application now on you are fnr for further particulars You are further notified that the had 'aW 5f* d *»"<*«< had at the Courthouse in wa> be n i oo«> *. A. «**j wi. -tt-ufiust, ^^aAJM^ss-^ near ^.^_W « £?m have, why not said Agreement. G. S. BUCHANAN Receiver of the Bank of Lu 48 Verne, Lu Verne. Iowa. No 37R^ NOTICE OF PEOBATE OF WILL 1933. Dl8trict c^iu«?g2: To AH -vy-tom Jt M cencwa- JS^'^w^tfcw purporting Testament deceased, run TV,,t* , ~— ' •""•»«! — INT ° 'Sel± m arage '/ epalrs - "Meison Hdw., mdse Cresco Union Light "~Co~ sign '' H. W. Post. 7r~t "and Milwaukee R'y, frt . on oil 158.11 139.77 140.42 3.41 1.75 12.30 2.13 9.72 36.88 3.03 3.16 30.06 425.88 Joe Kelly Jr., salary National Cash Register Co., mdse. Kennedy & Parsons" Co~i mdse. W. H. Lacy, laundry"!!™ Lalng & Muckey, labor International Filter Co" mdse. H. W. Post, frt. and'dray" Ed Ostrum et al, labor Giant Mfg. Co., mdse. N. W. Bell Tel.. Co., service FI'RE FUND™" Iowa Municipal Supply Co., mdse. W. S. Nott Co., rndse" C. C. Wright, salary H. W. Post frt. and dray" SEWER FUND C. E. Chubb, engineering. 40.00 .96 47.92 27.17 3.15 3.40 .25 13.05 1.50 Phones: Office, 2«l- 9. B. McM., 403. — .— HAEBINGTOJT . T. P. Harrington 1,771. Attorneya-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T P 8. t. TAN NESS, G. W. 8 TD _.._. Lawyers Office over Iowa State Phone 213-W. D I 3. D. Shumway ; SHJJJtfWAY * Attorneys-at-Law in Quinby Bio* Algont, Phone 58 p- A. WINKEL Attlornoy.at-Iiw Office in Quinby Bull Phone 180 — __ HIUAM B. WHIM Attorner-at-Iaw Office over Iowa Stats j Phoae 206. Algon»,| .50 46.00 w u - . J- W. Kelly, salary oc on Nelson Hdw., mdse RR Elliott Skilling, labor'ma'n and team Fred Gronbach "eT a'Tabor Peter Chubb, asst. eng SEWER OUTLET FUND 6.00 18.90 6.50 J ° hnson _ " *•»• ***i *ttuur_ R. Cowan & son, mdse. and labor labor. 82.05 Erick NelsonHabor and material Erick 'Nelson, 'Tlabor "and material H. E. McMurray7fab~or~and material __ - 10.00 6.00 . Attest: ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. Laird & McCuUougk > "C*lTTV-_nT» t _ _. *^ !! PHONE 521 FUNERAL DIBECTOBS ALGONA, IOWA P. A. DANSOH Attorney-At-Uw Office over Iowa State Phonea: Office, 460-J.; UABROl A. WAJfMp Attorney-nt-Law Office over PostoKlce, Phone 65 DOCTOKS \ JOHJT N. KKNEFICI Physician and Surgwi Office over Rexall Drug f Office phone 300 Res. phone 32«. C. H. CRETZMEYEI Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbralth ffl Phones: Office, 310; reft, I -Icona P. T. JAN8E, K. tt Phyilclan and BartNi Office on South Dodge Bin Phones: Office, 666; resident* | Algona, Iowa ^__— . WALTEB FRASEB,X,li| Physician and Surgwa Office in Qulnby Bldg., Rooal 1 Phone No. 12 -i •• — MELVIN G. BOUBIW Physician and Surfe* Office in PostoKlce Bta*,] Phones: Office, 197; re«ldeicu Man Greatest Benefector, We Insurance to f lnish their education spared the drudgery of are saved from the **" ° f glrls are W. ». ANDREWS, ».* Oiteopatblc Fbyolclan a* f Located in General Hospital Phone*: Office 187, KM. W. B. A. EVANS, M.». Over Borchardt Drug St Phones: Residence 31Z, offld Algona, Iowa. ~ DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSOH Dentist. Gas or novocaine used W I traction. Located over Christensen I Phones: Business 166, resMeM»I Algona, Iowa t. w. FOX J. B. WHTKB Yetertaariim 8 West State Street, Phones: Office. 475-W.; K08SUTH COUNT! Insurance is there to procthem g ° ***&»* of children of thousand . "vesting more and *** ftnd *»** Insurance. Over »15,oeO,OOQ wort- in force. A horn* secure. D. D. Paxson, MIMEOGRAPJ BSfl^^^^j 1 — ' " J -«* L ADVANCE

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