Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 28, 1934
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f AGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA FENTON GROUP AJ S, 6, MEET AT BELMOND Fenton, June 26 — The fourteenth brumal group meeting of Standart Bearers of the Algona district was held at Belmond last week Tues day, and the Fenton group took part in the program toy giving a demonstration, Christmas at a Mission Station hi China. Rutth, Glau: gave a talk, Our Greatest accom •pisbments this year. Those fron Fenton who attended are laabelle and June Weisbrod, Donna Jean Bnd Marjorie Bailey, Gladys Stoeb fer, Ruth Glaus, Ardis Voight, an Mrs. J. T, Snyder and (Mrs. E. A "Weisbrod. At a business meeting Marjorie Bailey was elected pre bident. League Vacancies Are Filled— The Watther League met in church basement last Thursday with Verona Klatt as hostess. Al vena Dr^jer was appointed report ter to fill the place left vacant by Mathilda Ruhnke, who (has lef lor Cedar Falls, and Marie Miller is to take her place with Clara Oramenz to select a play and pick ttno characters. Arthur Ruhnke was appointed vice-president irt Rudolph Rhode's place. Specia feong books and stnnt books were ordered. After the business meet- Ing Alice Dreyer gave a. report of die Davenport convention which She attended as a delegate. Songs were sung the remainer of the evening and lunch served by the hostess. English Tea Is Given — Ttoe English Tea sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary was held at the sdoool house Wednesday af- ternnpon. The program was: Piano and violin duet by Marie Fauerby and Editti Wolfe; Mrs. O. H. Gra- tuam gave a talk on Fidac; Freida iReimers payed several accord- ian selections; vocal duet by Edith Wolfe and Marie Fauerby; two piano duets by Lillian and 1/eona 'Baago. A 10-cent luncfi wag Served. F. B. Woman's Club Meets — The Farm Bureau Woman's club met last week Wedensday afternoon at Cart Kern's, with 14 women from Independence township present. The lesson was/on 'home furnMung fabrics. At the close of the business meeting lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs. Carl Kern and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn. The next meeting will be July 11 at Mrs. Win. Reasoner's., and election of officers will be Former Fenton Girl Honored— iMesdames Howard Reeder, Raymond Stoeber and Clarence Thees- SBeld attended a bridge party at Mrs. Mabel Johnson's in Algona, Thursday evening, 'honoring Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson. She received many pretty gifts. The Stephenson's are former Fenton people moving to Algona last fall, anc are now moving to Garner, wthere Kenneth -will manage a grocer} store. On Jforttiern Minnesota Trip — Mr .and Mns. C. F. C. Laage daughter Edith, and grandaughite Betty Jean Schwartz, left last Wednesday for a trip ito points in Minnesota, including Owatonna, St Paul, Askov, Dulutlhi and Brooten. They expect to return home this Wednesday or Thursday, and wil be accompanied home by E. A. E Laage, a brother of C. F. C. Laag^i of Aiskov, Minn. Operated on at Fairmont— Mr. and Mrs. Theo Weisbrod and daughter Viola and her childrw. and Wm. Haase went to Fairmon' Sunday to visit at Charlie Langer mann's. Monday morning Mr "Weisbrod submitted to an appen dicitis operation at the Fairmon hospital. Bill Haase remained in Fairmont where he is employed. Grace Gibbons Is Married- Toe marriage of Mrs. Grac Gibbona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Klu&s, and Harlbw, son of Mr and Mrs. Theo C. Johnson, of Cy Under, took place at Fairmont Fri day evening. The couple is on , honeymoon trip, and when Dhey re turn they will establish thei home at Cyinder. New School to Be Built^Martin Hantleman has securec the contract to build 0 new sdhoo house four miles west of town fcnown as the Center school. Th< Structure will be 28x32, with a ful basement. Work will start at once Birthday Party Is Giyen— Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach en tertained at a 6:30 dinner Monda •vening (honoring Mrs. Zumach's mother Mrs. J. J. Theesfield and daugtoter Lucille, and Mr. and Mrs Barle Theesfield. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. George 'Boettcher entertained at dinner Sunday My ron Moinzer, Dorothy Steward Mrs, Clara Olson and daughter Ruth and Betty and Roy Meinzer all of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steward, of Waterloo, and Mr. ant Mrs. Bert P&ck, of Long Beach Calif. The Pecks have been visit ing relatives here for the past two weelw, and left Sunday evening for Fort Dodge where they wil visit Mrs. Peck's daughter, Mrs. Carl Reece. Mrs. F. H. Bonn and daughte: Mary Ann were callers at R. L Padgett's and Wm. Krause's 0 Lone Rock. Saturday evening where Mrs. Forrest Rouse anc three dhildren of Ayrshire are vis iting. Mrs. Rouse is a former Fen ton teacher better known as Freda Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wallace had aa dinner guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs. Jdhn Wallace and son and Rosie Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs Andy Wallace, of Buffalo Center Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace anc daughter, of Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and daugh ter. Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. F. H Eigler, Mrs. Fred Newel, Mrs Fred Weisbrod and Mrs. 'W. D Wolfe •were at Fairmont Thursday morning, and that afternoon Mrs H. C. Goetdh, Mrs. J. T. Hnyder and damglh.ter Phyllis, and Agnetf Goetech were at Fairmont. Mr. an/d Mrs. Edwin Grienjerb and son Fred, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Brubn and daughter .Ruth Ann, Gib Bleckwenn and Adelia Frink Twenty Years Ago J. T. Bohannon had written a long letter to the Advance about his trip east that summer. The Bo- hannons visited Chicago first, then went to the Niagara Falls; on to Albany; and thence to New York City. From there they went to his old home In Virginia. This last part of the trip was made by ocean from New York to Norfolk. They were visiting his relatives there and Mr. Bohannon was enjoying his boyhood scenes. » » • • Ten new automobiles were reported sold by the Wilson Motor company. They handled Maxwells and Studebakers. • • * • The Oliver Moes were planning a visit to California and a party was held here for Marguerite. The party was progressive. The first course was served at Quarton's, the second at French's, the third at E. P. Keith's, and the final course at the Dr. Peters home at Burt. « « • • Sports day had been a great success. Nearly 3,000 attended and more than $700 was realized at the gate. The women also had several stands. The proceeds were to be used in Improving Algona's parks. The first event was the Pixies and Fairies; the second the automobile parade. The handsomest car prize was awarded to Chrischllles „ Herbst; Ladendorff won the most unique car prize; and Sigsbee's the best advertising car. There were also foot races, a ball game, motorcycle races, and other events. * * * • An Ames farm Investigation tour was to be made that week to seven Kossuth farms. * * * * The owner of the airship which was to have flown at the fair the fall of 1913, but which was wrecked, was coming to Algona and planned to try to repair the airship so It could be flown again that season. * * * * The Eastern Star picnic at Clear Lake was a success. Ten automobiles made the trip to take the women over. * * * * Earl Griffith, Swea City, won a prize of a trip to the state fair for writing the best essay for Kossuth county. Eldon Harris, Burt, was alternate. * • * • Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles had just returned from a six- months trip to California. * * * * A girl was born June 20 to the C. E. Chubbs. She weighed 7% pounds. FEW PAY THE OLD AGE PENSION TAX A table published in Sunday's Des Moines Register showed that up to June 15 only 824 out of 13,676 Kossuth. men and women Subject to the new state old age pension tax had .paid. The tax is a dollar a head, payable by July 1, and will $2 a head after January • 1935. Kossuth payments amounted to only 6 ;per cent of the number of persons liable. Of 'Iowa's 99 coun- Jes only 16 had paid ten per cent or more, and many had paid less :han Kossuth. In Woodbury coun- ;y, which includes Sioux City, only 2.4 per cent had paid, and in Polk, wfhich includes .Des Moines the percentage on June 15 was only 3.2. The Register's list did not include counties which reported less ;han $500, and Emmet, Palo Alto, Sumboldt, and Hancock were not listed. In Winnebago the percentage was 11.8. Palo Alto is the home 5f representative DonJon, wtoo lathered the old age -pension tax in ;he house -last winter and was defeated for renomination in the recent democratic primary election. attended the wedding of Edwin Greinert Jr. and Lydia Meyer at Whittemore last Friday. Adelia Frink was bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kyrl entertained at dinner Sunday their daughter Ella and a friend, Bob Kirk, of Mason City, and/Mr. and Mrs. -L. M. Holldori and twin! daughters, of Ceylon. In tine evening they went to August Kyihl's home at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. McFall, of Cedar Rapids, visited from Friday to Sunday at the parental T. N. McFall's. Other guests Sunday were) Mrs. E. B. Armstrong, and sond Robert Lee and Arthur, and Miss Schuttlewortih;, all of Blue Earth. The Henry Schulte family arrived ihome from Gaylord, Minn., Wednesday after four days visiting at Mr. Sdhulte'si parents Mr. aiwl Mrs. William Schulte's, and with Mrs. Sohulte's parents, Mr and Mrs. Geo. Formals. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson entertained Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr .and Mrs. Ira Bromley from Lake View, and her sister- in-law, Mrs. Beryl Bromley, and two chidren of Dolliver, from Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newel and sons Warren and Franklin, of Hartley, were guests at Charles Newel's 'Sunday evening. lHarolc Newel, 'wtoo has been visiting at Roy Newel's returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eisenschmid and daughter 'Louise, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc Anderson, all of Dubuque, visited at Nels Wilberg's and attended the Jensen, reunion at. Seneca Sunday. Mrs. F. (H. Eigler and daughter Mary Jane went to Griawold Sunday to meet the former's son Our- wood, and thence to Omahu for a week with Mrs. Eigler's sister, Mrs. Frank Hicks. Mrs. (E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Ali^e, and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey took Mrs. Weisbrpd's mother, Mrs. Gibbons, to Fairmont Monday, and she took tlhe bus for her home at Dodge Center. A large number of Fenton people attended the two-day celebration at Ringsted Thursday and Friday.' Fenton played basebal tlhere Thursday and was defeated by Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, of Ringsted, spent Sunday at Clyde Humphrey's. Sidney Bruce Humphrey, who spent the past week witih. his grandparents, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ed MeAdams, of El Monte, Calif., came Saturday evening to visit the parental Henry Boevers. Mrs. MeAdams is the former 'Sadie Beovers. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod entertained the Hook and Needle club 'last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Alfred Meyers and Mrs. Carrie Haaise were guests. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daugbte* Mary Ann. spent a week ago" Monday visiting Mrs. Bonn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders, at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield entertained Clarence's brother Lester and a friend. Miss Bermeta Andvigg, of Armstrong, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach anc Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Theesfield went to Spencer Friday, and visited at the C. H. Sanders home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scftmudt, of Buffalo Center, were guests at the Arthur Krause's Sunday. The Fenton baseball team defeated. Lotta Creek on the local diamond Sunday 5-0. Position Wanted Rich Poo* The Frank Capesius family Is driving a new Chevrolet coach, purchased last week Monday. Melvln Warren recently purchased a new Ford. Sons and daughters of Mrs. -Eva Gardner gathered at Hugh Raney's Saturday to help her celebrate her birthday. Present were the Delos, Austin, and Floyd Gardners, Mrs. hester Bailey, and Mrs. Hugh Raney, all of Algona, and Mrs. "2has. Patterson, Burt. Ruth Black and Edna Mae Sill •eturned Friday from conducting ilasses in Bible study at the Bap- ist church, Algona, two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Warren and daughter Dolores visited friends md relatives in southern Minneota over the week-end. Monica Studer, Corwith, 'spent leveral days last week at O. L. filler's and the Forbus Stiltz home. Mrs. Mary Devine and Nellie and Lewis Devine, Humboldt, were Sunday visitors at S. J. Devine's. Mrs. McGuire Sr. visited last veek at her son John's, and Bill tfcGulre, another son, came late in he week to take his mother for a visit at his home at Garner. Mrs. Fred Geigel has been suf- 'ering the past week from a dislocated vertebra, the result of a fall last winter. Jake Maasdam has also been sick. Louise Schepker, Greeley, came Monday to visit the A. H. Skillings. She is a college friend of Robert and Marguerite Skilllng. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch to Albert Lea Sunday and were guests at an Urch family reunion there. The Harold Stevensons were callers at Mrs. Hattie Burlingame's last Thursday evening. Mrs. Burlingame and Mrs. Stevenson are brother and sister. The Paul Blacks and the Leslie Jenkins family attended a reunion of the Urch family at Albert Lea Sunday. Ruth Black went from the reunion to West Concord, Minn., to visit an uncle, Fred Urch, till after the Fourth. The Raney clan held their annual reunion Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, and 113 members were present. Attending from this neighborhood were Mr. .and Mrs. George Johnson, daughters Marjorie and Vera and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney Lyle, Norma, Buena, and Howard White's Grocery WEEK-END SPECIALS Brooms . 43,. Qt. Dressing gi 2 Ibs. Crackers 19 C KELLOGG'S SPECIALS 1 pkg. Corn Flakes 1 pkg. Bran Flakes 1 pkg. W. Wheat Flakes 8 packages for 25c Rotary Club Hears M'Kee's Life Story Guy C. McKee, manager of the local Kennedy & Parsons branch, gave his life history before members of the Rotary club at .the first meeting ithis .season 'at the Country club clubhouse Monday noon. Mr. McKee was .born at Rockford, 111., and worked at various things before coming .to Algona a few years ago. He was in turn a drug clerk, a railway fireman, an insurance salesman, a clothing salesman, and Just before «oming here was a salesman for a (Mason City concern. His jobs were mostly in Illinois, but 'as a clothing salesman he worked a route between Minneapolis and Portland, Ore. LEGAL NOilCES NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION AND APPRAISMENT OF LAND FOR THE PURPOSE OF SECURING ROAD MATERIALS. TO LUCY M. FISH, SYLVIA M. LANNING, SADIE M. JUNKINS, EDGAR K. JUNKINS, FRANCIS E. McCHANE, HARRY Mc- CHANE, LUCY M. RICHMOND, E. J. MURTAGH, and all persons, companies, or corporations having any Interest in any of the following described real estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that Kossuth county, Iowa, desires the condemnation of the following described land, to-wit: All that part of the Southeast Quarter (SE&) of the Northwest Quarter (NW&) of Section Eight (8), Township Ninety-eight (98) .North, Range Thirty (30) West of the 5th P. M., beginning at a point 33 feet North of the corner-stone at the Southeast (SE) corner of the Northwest Quarter (tfW%) of said Section Eight (8), thence North 376 feet, thence West 550 feet, thence South 375 feet, thence East 550 feet, to the point of beginning, containing 4.73 acres and that such condemnation is sought for the following purpose, o-wit: For the purpose of securing same for gravel deposits to be used n surfacing highways. That a ommission has been appointed as provided by law for the purpose of •ppraising the damages which will >e caused by said condemnation. That said commissioners will on the ~th day of July, 1934, at ten o'clock ». m., visit said premises and pro- :eed to appraise said damages at which time and place you may appear before the Commissioners, if you care to do so. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By MAURICE C. McMAHON, 38-41 County Attorney. Basket Grocery Algona's Finest Food Store. Kellogg's Whole Wheat Flakes, one free pkg. with each for . Red Pitted Cherries, 2 No. 2 cans Mustard, pint jars, 2 for Monarch Cake Flour Calumet, Baking Powder, 1 Ib. can Tender Leaf Tea, Japan Green, pkg. Tender Leaf .Tea, Orange Pekoe, pkg. 1 Palmolive Soap, 3 bars — '. Maxwell House Coffee, Ib. Post Toasties, regular • size ' . Grapenut Flakes, 2 pkgs. Breakfast Cocoa, Baker's, 2 %-lb. pkgs 1 25c 25c 25c 23c 24c 13c 18c 14c 29c lOc 17c 19c Basket Brand Products. Salad Dressing, quart 'jar ________________ % 1 fif» One Pint _____ iV*/ pint ____ Extra large Olives, 22-oz. jar ________________ Sweet Pickles, 22-oz. jar ____ ..... _______ Peanut Butter, 2 Ibs. _______________ ..... Olives, Dill, and „ Sweet Pickles ____________ NEW POTATOES, 15-lb. peck . ______________ Quality Meats. Large Frankfurters, 2 Ibs. _______________ Ring Bologna, per ring ____________ Beef Chuck Roast, 25c 15c 29c 25c 28c lOc 31c ICervelot Summer Sausage, Ib. 25c 6c 10'/2C 19c ANDERSON'S Rite-Way Food Store SPECIALS FOE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Kellogg's Whole Wheat Flakes, 3 big packages 25c Loganberries, Mayflower, No. 10 can : 49c Apple Butter, Derby Brand, 25 oz. jar _• _ ~""l5c Summer Drink, Jack Sprat, package 5 C Big 4 Soap, Laundry, 7 bars IIIl9c Napkins, 60 in each package IQ C Picnic Plates, large 9 in. 12 in each package' 9c Olives, Jack Sprat, plain or stuffed, 6 oz. jar" 15c Ginger Ale, Jack Sprat, Root, Beer, Lime Rickey" 24 oz. bottle 15c Grape Juice, Taylor's, pint bottle —IIII"I"I~~~i9 c Mustard, Jack Sprat, salad or horseradish, 28~oz " jar _' lgc Peanut Butter, Jack Sprat, full pint jar 19 C Pork and Beans, Jack Sprat, No. 2 tall cans, 2 for~19c WE DELIVER. WE BUY EGOS Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. Phone 346 Board Proceedings June 12» 1934 Auditor's Office June 12, 1934. IBoard of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with nil members present The IBoard of Supervisors as nn ex- offlcio Board of County Canvassers Ine 18 a. •pen poll booka and can* rns from each votlngr ic county as shown by returned from the sev- reclnots and the follow* •ment of the names of i nominated by the Prt- of the county and sub* >of, and a statement of o office for which they ed and a statement of >r which no nominations the primary Election held on the 4th day of June, A. D 1934, DEMaORlAfTTO ' RBP/U!B1,IOAN State • Representative A. H. Bonnstetter C. R. Schoby County Auditor. B. J. Butler , None County Treasurer. M. J. puffy C. W. Pearson Clerk of the District Court. E. J. McBvoy None County Sheriff. Carl Dahlhauser Gilbert Kargreavcs A. Evans° Unty Precinct— tXBnCOORiATIC NOMINATIONS JUKJt 4, 1934 Tustlco of the Peace Constable Trustee Trustee 1936 Term 1938 Term P. Twp. Clerk Harrison Hebron Irvlngton Ledyard o. W. Blomater OP. W. 'Larson .... Qeo . Bulterflrtd... Joe CRahe ........ ,. j. Anderson . • " ---- Harold iiiEEE:^^ Lincoln — Rlverdale ——i-ir-T'^r. 1 :;^:: Seneca - Precinct— Algona Twp. Cleric ,...« REPUBLICAN NOHTNATTOINB JUNE 4, 1934. Justice of the Peace Constable Trustee Trustee 1935 Term 1936 Terms PaulOansoh I* T. Griffin . — H B Whlte p. N. Newville / Clarence Cooper.. Chris (Brandt w. A. Schram ...E. P. .Hanson t, S\a:j5av7s"o'n:::"Henry Bwoldt "I.:... " ^ M.Chlpman Walt Steward ~... Cresco Eagle Tw P. Assessor Hanson . ""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII™----- -— -'** Thorson "~!~PHui Chris "Behrmann — oi e .....-.-. . Ell Anderson ........ . ______ ..... . "; Ubben -• I"";:;:;;:- v ' L - Re >"«d n -Dave Anderso'iiT."."!)." AT'Blra?™"' 1 Hebron - ----- H ' °' Larson L ' W. Enrich William Frank....Oscar Irvlngton —— --——; _ _ ~Lcqll» _ -' = - nilvAr Mnrnuls . _._ --_-»_.. ""«ie August Gutknecht vt.- John Smith - Schultz Lotts L ' u Plum _ ........ .....:..:.;..- ......................................... Bert Edwards ..... ___ .......... JOI "< Smith ...... ........................ Consue!oHamfC.~G"oVe7^^ ""TjTii.— r--"~ ^ d t-n Arnold Sanders Creek ______________________________________________________________________________ Alfred Jergenson . ____ n, Edw. Droessler ..^"."""""I '' Milfcn" Jensen" " Ramsey Rlverdale - - •;-. — —=-TT Seneca Chris Niclson Tom Nielson O. R, Sherman ~ --- —— _-Slm j-miBu _ ,-, Springfield .""'""..' - Guy B. Risk Lewis Anderson —Fred Du'tton L Swea J.C.Johnson Martin Mollnder.-.Axel Erlckson ...O. L. Thorson T^', Fred Waller. Union • T. A. (R'eld A. R. Cruikshank_.GQen Jenklnson w r T> Wesley Ihno A. Gerdes Carl Johnson Fred Diekman"" ' " ou rae.. Whittemore _I~"~I Adam Luchslnger Wm. Meyer On motion Board adjourned to nlneo'clook a. m. July 2, 1934. : E. J. BUT1LBR, County Audlto June 18, 1934 Auditor's Office, June 18, 1934. Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to Call of the Auditor with all members present. Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Helken that pauper notice be served on James Cameron. Ayes: All. Motion toy Cosgrove and seconded by Balgeman that a reduction of $450.00 be allowed Eliza J. Lindsay on Lot 21, Block 6, Original 'Plat Bancroft Inc. for 1933 and 1934 assessment and a refund of $16.81 from 1933 taxes as recommended by Town Council, Bancroft, Iowa. Ayes: All. RESOLUTION •WHHREAS, There is now In the hands of the Treasurer the aum of $46,146.54, credited to the General County Fund, and, "W1HHKEAS, There Is now in the hands of the Treasurer the sum of $ none, credited to the County Poor 'Fund, and, W1H0R/BAS, It is desrled to transfer $15,000.00 from the General County Fund to the County 'Poor iFund, for the following reasons: Because collected taxes Is not sufficient to take care of the County Poor Fund and also .because of a $16,000.00 temporary transfer made to the County iPoor (Fund In 1932 from bovine T. B. Fund which must be returned immediately, and, W1HBBEAS, proper arrangements have been made for the return of this money, same to .be returned within one years from date of transfer, and WHEREAS, There is sufficient oney In the General County Fund to meet all demands therein, until sold money can be returned, and, WHEREAS, All laws relating to municipalities have been complied with. NOW THEREFORE, BB It Resolved by the IBoard of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, subject to the approval of the State Comptroller, that said sum of $16,000.00 toe, and the same Is hereby ordered transferred from the General County 'Fund to the County Poor 'Fund, and the County Auditor • - J • • Treasurer of this transfer, accompanying the notification with a copy of this resolution and the record of its adoption. The vote thereon being as follows: Ayes: P. J. Helken, !F. J. Balgeman, W. S. Cosgrove, W. E. McDonald. Nays: None. IOHAS. MOHIRIS, Chairman. E. J. BUTLEiR, County Auditor. On motion Board adjourned to nine o'clock a. in. July 2, 1934. B. J. BUTLEIR, ^County Auditor. . Algona, Iowa, Auditor's Office, June IS, 1934. (Boards of Supervisors of Palo Alto and Kossuth counties met .pursuant to the Call, of the Auditors with the followjng members present: Kossuth County: Balgeman, Cosgrove, Helken, Morris, and 'McDonald. (Palo Alto county: Wegener and Joint boards proceeded to ,,. and on motion made and duly j^, e. Chas. Morris, Koasuth county^ elected chairman and E, J County Auditor Kossuth county, , elected secretary. Ayes: All, Motion by Heiken and seconded I Wegener that June 30th, 193f, at 1 o'clock p. m. Is hereby fixed as of hearing on Secondary Road No. 289 Kossuth and No. IB p. Alto to be held at the court Hou»l Emmetsburg, Iowa, and that man. Helken and Morris of l County IBoard of Supervisors lected as committee to There being no further business B the joint boards on motion made duly seconded the Joint hearts _ dourne to the Call of the 'AudltonJ OHAS. TALK ABOUT A Big packages of j Whole Wheat Flakes HERE'S today's record-smashing value! Your grocer has Kellogg's \Vhole Wheat Flakes in a special 3-package combination at a remark- ;; ably low price! Kellogg's are the most delicious Wheat Flakes you've ever tasted. You know the wonderful food value ofWhole Wheat. It's one of Nature's most wholesome foods. But wait till you try these extra cnsp, crunchy flakes! Wait till you taste the delightful Kellogg flavor that can't be imitated! Oven-fresh. Ready to serve. Then compare the size of the big red-and-green package. It's an economy any time. Today, in this 3-package combination/it's an amazing bargain! 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