Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA [WEEK-END SPECIALS Quaker Puffed Wheat jkg ---------------- JJrape-Nuts J>er pkg. ___ ........ Sure-Jell ,2 pkgs -------------- : 1Corn 5 No. 2 cans 3 for ______________ Ice Cream Jell-O •^Council Oak Malt per can ____ '. Peaberry Coffee pound Mop Stick Bale price Pork and Beans tall can ________ Post Toasties 2 .large pkgs. Black Flag, half pt. 25c, pt. 45c, qt. yelvet and Prince Albert, per can Ply Swatters^ dime value -1 Stock Salt 100-lb. bag Block Salt per block Salmon 2 tall cans Peas, No. 2 can new crop Milk tall can 16c 25c 25c .9c 49c 19c 9c 10c 2tc 75c M. J. Ryerson, Aged Burt Citizen, Dies June 30 LINGERS TWO WEEKS AFTER 55c 39c 25c 15c _.6c FATAL STROKE Burt, July 3— Martin J. Ryerson, one of Burl's most highly respected citizens, died at his home here early Saturday morning, June 30. Just two weeks previously he had fallen from a scaffolding, while shingling his son's house in the country, nnd had since that time been paralyzed and unable to speak although apparently conscious most of the time. Martin J. Ryerson was born at Emerson, 111., Oct. 24, 3855, the son of Martin and Margaret Johnson Ryerson, pioneers of that vicinity He grew up in that section and spent most of his life there, except for brief periods spent in Oregon and California, till he moved to Iowa. He was united in marriage on Oct. 12, 1893, to Anna M. Reed. ! To this union three sons were born — Frank L., Burt, Dr. Paul Ryerson. Superior, Ariz., and Homer, who died when ten years of age. Tn Ml 7 the family moved to Burt to the farm north of town, on which his son Frank now resides. Four years later Mr. and Mrs. Ryerson moved into Burt, where they Although relived a very Edna Walker and William Broesder, Good Hope, Wed V while the HOOVER are here The new lightweight Sentinel Series Hoovers, complete with built-in electric Dirt Finder and new duralumin Dusting Tools, on special terms during the Hoover men's stay in town. This combination gives you a complete home-cleaning service. Telephone us to make sure the Hoover men call on you before they go. Hoovers Inspected FREE Leave your name with us for a free inspection and adjustment of your present Hoover. Replacements, if needed, at minimum cost. Work by (killed experts. HOOVER . «< it Ckant have since resided. tired, Mr. Ryerson active life, working at the carpenter trade and assisting his son on the farm. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church of which he was a faithful member and official, Sunday afternoon. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell conducted the service, assisted by the Rev. J. E. Clifton, Armstrong. Following the service Undertaker C. B. Chipman and F. L. Ryerson left with the body for Sterling, 111., where a service was to be held and interment to be made this week Tuesday. Among the out-of-town friends and relatives who attended the funeral were Dr. Paul Ryerson, Superior, Ariz., and his daughter, who arrived a few hours before Mr. Ryerson 's death; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tuttle, Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keffer and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stewart, Conrad; Mrs. Elizabeth Mensch, Plymouth; and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mensch, Manly; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter, Osage; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Klenke, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doege, Titonka, and the Ellis and Ward McWhorters, Algona. Former Algona Teacher Married — Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlong and daughters Betty and Dorothy, Titonka, drove to Owatonna, Minn., Thursday to attend the wedding of their friend, Medora Grandprey, who was married that evening at the Associated church to Hjalmar Peterson of Askov, Minn., editor of the Askov American and candidate of the Farm Labor party for lieutenant governor of Minnesota. Miss Grandprey, who was an Iowa State college classmate of the Joneses, stayed at the W. A. Stoutenberg home while teaching Home Economics in Algona. She later returned to Iowa State college and was on the college staff, while working for her M. S. degree. She taught at the Ohio State university and this past year was nutrition assistant in child welfare at the University of Minnesota. Mrs. Jones and Betty and Dorothy Budlong assisted with the serving of refreshments at the reception following the wedding. Dinner Celebrates a Birthday- Mrs. Carrie Meinzer and daughter Anna, and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kautzky, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer were Sunday dinner guests at the L. D. Hodgson home. It was Mrs. Carrie Meinzer's 79th birthday. Yopps Plan Western Trip- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yopp went to Thor Monday afternoon. They have rented their home here and will visit relatives at different points and later go out west. Ladies' Aid Meets Friday— The Ladies' Aid society will meet at the church Friday July 6, with Mrs. J. G. Sewick and Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken as hostesses. PRATT ELECTRIC CO, Phone 170 Wool Bring in Your Wool. Pull market price and lib- leral grading. JOE GEEENBERG Phone 118 Other Burt News. Lorena Peterson returned Friday from Minneapolis, where she had spent a month at the home of her brother, Leland F. Leland, and friend, Opal Ulter. The Lelands brought Lorena home and stayed until Sunday. Erna returned with them for a visit and their daughter Nancy Ann remained here for a two weeks' visit. The Floyd Dremmels, who had spent a couple of weeks -here, left Saturday for their home at Aurora, 111. Floyd's mother, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, and Mrs. Ella Harr, Havelock, accompanied them for a visit. „„..„ ; • fc ,«ir|»», a ».-^._ E. W. Sehmitt and two children came Friday for a few days visit with Mr. Schmitt's mother, Mrs. Louise Schmitt, before they return to their home in Ohio. They have been visiting a brother in Sac City. lone Moyer and Margaret Morn- ess took Virginia Thaves to Minneapolis Sunday, where Virginia will take her state board examinations in beauty work. The other two girls returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mrs. Smith's brother, James Kerr, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A, MacArthur were Sunday evening guests at the Henry Guide home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Koestler and the P. W. Kollasch family are leaving today (Tuesday) for Atlantic where they will spend the Fourth at the Rev. M. E. Seltz home. Annetta Pokle, Grinnell, came last week Wednesday and will visit until after the Fourth with her Good Hope, July 4—At the Good Hope parsonage Friday morning, the Rev. Allen H. Wood officiating, took place the wedding of William Broesder and Edna Walker, well known and highly esteemed Good Hope young people. The bridal couple took places to Mendelssohn's wedding march played by Mrs. AVood, and a double-ring service was performed. Guests were relatives only: Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Broesder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert AValker, Mr. and Mrs. Louis-Broesder, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Broesder, Melvin and Luella AValk- er, Margaret Johnson, Graettinger, and Esther Hoppe, Fairmont, the two last-named being cousins of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Broesder, and the bride the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert AValker, and'both were born and reared in the community. Following the ceremony tha couple left for a short honeymoon trip which included a stop at Shenandoah and a visit to the broadcasting stations there. They returned Sunday night, and are at home on the E. L. Broesder farm. The newlyweds were called upon Monday night by a large ccroup of friends who gave them an oldtirne charivari. The bridal couple then served ice cream in the Good Hope Community Room. Ice Cream Social Success— Mesdames Alex. McArthur, Jens Sorenson, Jacob Smith, Margaret Reid, Otto Engstrom, Earl Steinman, J. M. Elruore, Emil Mittag, and Glen Jenkinson, members of the May, June and July birthday divisions of the Good Hope L. A. S., were in charge of an ice cream soc- al at Jenkinson's Friday evening, and it was a big success. Most of :he Good Hope folks were present, also considerable numbers from Al- gona.and Burt. An informal program consisting of musical numbers- by the Kelly trio, and Mrs. Earl Steinman, with a reading by the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zapp, Algona, provided entertainment, S. S. Picnicks at Interlaken— The Good Hope Sunday school had its annual picnic at Intcrlaken last week Tuesday, and an even 100 answered roll call at dinner. A full day was spent in the water, at the skating rink, and at boat-riding. So great was the pleasure that a considerable demand has arisen for another such picnic before the schools open this fall. PARTY AT LU VERNEITOURS INTO CANADA Lu Verne, July 3 — The Cecil Huffs and Ed Dehnerts returned Thursday night from a fishing and sightseeing trip that took them to many points of interest. From Lu Verne they went direct to International Falls, crossing over into Canada. As it was cold and rainy, hey only remained at the Lake of .he Woods one day, coming back nto Minnesota and doing their fish- ng at Lake Kabetogama. They vis- ted at Bemidji, Duluth, Two Harbors, and Minneapolis. CO Attend Evangelical Picnic— The Evangelical church picnic rt'as held at Renwick park Friday vith about 60 in attendance. An ample picnic dinner started the day ind despite the heat an interesting sports program was carried out. The contests were under the direction of Marie Fritzmeier and ncluded several novel ones. A ball ;ame was played between the Lu feme church and a group from the Baptist church, of Renwick, who were also having a picnic there. Picnic Planned at Farm— The annual Fourth of July picnic enjoyed by members and friends of he Lutheran church will probably 36 held at the Max Meyer farm ionic because of the illness of Mrs. Slawitter. The morning program has a play, Too Much Publicity, given by the Aid. There will also be musical readings, recitations, songs, etc., followed by a picnic dinner. To Preach at Festival— The Rev. L. Wittenburg is to preach at a mission festival at Cnierim next Sunday afternoon. The regular services will be held "Iiere in the morning. At the morning services last Sunday a student preacher, Elmer Wehrspann, of AVest Bend, preached his first sermon. He is a student at Concordia college, Springfield, 111. League Meeting Is Held— The regular monthly business and social meeting of the senior Epworth League was held Friday night at the church lawn with 40 attending. Games were played and a unch was served by a committee. Several members plan to go to the E. L. institute at the Okobojis July '-15* Postnuptial Shower Given- Mrs. Ralph Consoer assisted by her sisters, Luella and Violet Swiger, entertained at a miscellaneous lost-nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Percy Wegner. There were 30 present and the bride received many iiseful gifts. Ice cream and cake were served as refreshments. Preaches for Drowning Victim— The Rev. Wm. Baddeley, of the local Methodist church, officiated Muhloinan to Show Pictures- District Supt. Muhleman will present moving pictures he took on a recent trip in the South at the Good Hope church next week Friday evening, July 13. Persons who have seen them consider them among the best he has ever shown, A free-will offering will be taken to defray expenses. Anti-Snloon Man Spenks— The Rev. Mr. McDaniel, Des Moines, of the Iowa Anti-Saloon League, spoke at the Whittemore- Good Hope Methodist churches on Sunday. New Bridge is Completed— The new bridge on the road near the Dist. No. 3 schoolhouse " has been completed, and grading is well under way. Other Good Hope. Lyle Moris arrived Sunday from Northport, Long Island, to join his wife, Gladys Dittmer Morris, who came some weeks ago. Arie Dittmer has been confined to bed with an attack of "German flu." The A. R. Cruikshanks got home from their Canadian trip Friday. Monday afternoon at the funeral of Lester Fisher, 10, of Livermore, who was drowned in the river while he was swimming in company with his two brothers. Californians Visit Friends— Dr. and Mrs. Ward Hanna and his sister, of Long Beach, Calif., arrived Saturday evening to visit at Peter Thompson's. Dr. Hanna was once superintendent of the Lu Verne schools. Other Lu Verne News. The .Ivin Clbapmans and Mrs. F. I. Chapman were at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, a.nd .the Irvin Chapman boys, William and Robert, had a rid-e in the Register and Tribune plane, itlhe Good News VI. The boys: are Register and Tribune carriers here. The Irvin Chapmans went to the Ledges park, near Boone, Sunday with Mrs. Barbara Moseley, of Goldfield, to bring home Barbara Jane Moselley, who had been at Camp Hantesa there. Ethel and Edith Nyman, of LaPorte, Minn., accompanied Milo Miller here last week when he was home for a few days on business. They were guests at the Ed Ramus home. Miriam Doud, Iowa Fails, was a guest of Nodine Snyder last week, and the Floyd Trickeys, Iowa Falls, were at the Snyder 'home a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. AVayne Dornberger, Huron, 6. D., and their daughter Peggy Ann came last week Wed- Inesday for a visit at itlhe parental D. H. Wermersen's. Mrs. Wm. Klawitter ST., who suffered a stroke in February, is again seriously ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Tiede-Lau. Dorothy Hanselman returned last week to her work as a student nurse in a Chicago hospital after enjoying a vacation at home. Mrs. Rosa Steussy left last Thursday for Green City, Mo., to be with a sister who has been seriously sick. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anderson, Allendale, Mo., arrived one day last week to visit at the local Godfrey homesi. Mr. and Mra. F. C. Fritzemeier and their daughter Marie visited :relatives at Monday. Kensett last week The Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg were to attend a ministers' conference at Mallard Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. William Moeding attended a shower last week Wednesday honoring a cousin at Bode. Casper Weigand, of Ortonville finn., was a visitor at Adam Zweifel's last week. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank "Sanlord last week Wednesday.. Mrs. Arno Ristau and (her baby inave returned to their home at Sioux City. Thelma 'Baumgartner spent dast week, at her grandfather's at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graham were Lu Verne visitors over the weekend. Mrs. Irwin Hof spent last week with relatives at Carroll. friend, Marilda Pratt, are college friends. The girls Art Bettin and daughter Norma went to Charles City Monday to visit relatives. Norma is to go on to Chicago to visit an uncle and try and get work. John and Helen Schweitert and Arthur Barker will go to Boone tonight Fourth with their sister, Mrs. Melvin Hunt. The G. C. Giddings, Jr. family, hicago, arrived last Thursday for a visit at the G. C. Giddings home. Mr. Giddings is a mail carrier in Chicago. The Rev. L. Richmanns, Geo. and Will Koestlers and Henry Ewoldts attended a birthday celebration at the R*bt. SehmWt home at Lone Rock, " • - - k ' '•••••'-' -- •••**••• Dr, 0. J. Clapsaddie and daughter, Mary Elise, St. Genevieve, Mo., came last week Monday for a visit at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddie home. The U and I circle met last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. J. H. Schroeder's. Mrs. J. P. Stow was assistant hostess. Raymond Carter, Darrel Riddle, and Wm. Stewart left today to join the C. C. C. They expect to go to Forest City. The A. N., Jensens, Lake Park, visited Burt friends last Thursday. Mr. Jensen formerly had the Burt hardware. Walter Hanaa, Charles City, spent last Thursday and Friday with his mother, Mrs. Maude Hanna. Ort Bleich and two children of Hampton and Mrs. Drone, Algona visited Sunday at the R. A. Bleich home. Luella Jones, Tabor, came last Wednesday for an extended visit at the home of her nephew H V Jones. ••••..: _ Jimmy Smith was laid "up for several days last week with a bad foot, which he cut on some glass The Dr. J. G. Clapsaddles were Sunday dinner guests at the Horace Clapsaddie home in Algona. Mrs. C. J. Dutton, Omaha, Neb. spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Louisa Thompson. The Robert- Grahams, Algona, visited Sunday at the J. G. Sewick and F. 0. Stow homes. F. E. Rubey attended a bankers' convention in Des Moines a couple of days last week. Mr. ajtti Mrs. Art' Leason visited the O. G. SehmidtB at Buffalo center Sunday. BEDELL JURY CHARGES HIM WITHRIBERY Spirit Lake Lawyer Denies Guilt And To Appeal. The Spencer News-Herald last week said: Walter Bedell, Spirit Lake attorney found guilty In the federal court at Des Moines on a charge of bribing a federal jury in the case of the United States against the Chapman brothers, alleged bootleggers of Carroll, will appear his conviction to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, he has announced, and will request that threatened disbarment proceedings against him be delayed until such time as he is allowed to vindicate himself. Bedell, widely known as a member of the firm of Bedell & Bedell, is asking the public to withhold judgment and claims that the charges against him are false and based on a "frame-up." Co-Betvreen Convicts Lawyer. The conviction of Bedell, which places him in danger of a prison sentence and heavy fine, in addition to disbarment, was obtained largely, it is claimed, on statements made by Gene Russell, 22, of Des Moines, alleged go-between in the jury .bribing case. Russell claims in an affadvit signed in June before federal operatives that he. Bedell and the Chapmans conspired and finally bribed Bert Gaynor, a jury man, to hang the jury in the case and the Chapmans thereby obtained a mistrial., Two hundred dollars was the alleged amount. Bedell Denies Story, However, Bedell claims that in a previous affidavit signed by Russell on May 4 before Federal Agent Alvira Wehrspann, Fenton, Wedded To Pettit, Lone Rock Fenton, July 3— At St. Johns •Lutheran church Friday evening at 8 took place Uhe marriage of Alvira, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. WeJirspann, Fenton, and Hildreth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Pebtit, iLone Rock, the Rev. H. D, Sbaauner officiating. The couple \vwa attended .by tihe bride's cousin, Ruby 'Hantleman, and Raymond Priebe, cousin of the bridegroom, was the -best man.The bride is a 1932 graduate of tfee 'local high school, and since then lba.9 helped her moWier witlh; the household duties. Tihe bridegroom pias fotf six montflis been a mechanic at the Goebsch garage. Following the ceremony itllno couple left for a ivro weeks trip in (Minnesota and Canada. On tlheir return they will establish a ihome Hiere. HAZELROALSON, SWEA CITY, AND LEDYARDER WED Swea City, July 3—Hazel Roalson, and George AVallentine, of Ledyard, were united in marriage last Thursday at high noon at the Immanuel Lutheran church by the Rev. Raymond Swanson. Just before the ceremony the bride's brother, Clayton Roalson, sang, I Love You Truly, and Lloyd Anderson played the wedding march. Alice Pederson of Ringsted was bridesmaid, and Ted Wallentine, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony Martha Holcomb sang, More. Love to Thee. The bride was dressed in pale rose organdy, and carried a bouquet of tea roses. The bridesmaid wore a dress of pale green organdy, and carried pink roses. Following the ceremony a reception and dinner took place in the Luther League hall for the immed- M. F. Glynn, the story is a lot~dif- late families, ferent and that he (Bedell) had no I This unites two of Swea City's part in the transaction which was , most' prominent families. The bride accomplished by the Chapmans and i is a graduate of the Swea City high Russell, together, without "' ' " " "' ' " ' knowledge or consent. Bede.ll has copies of both affida- his, school, and of a Minnesota business school, and for the last four years has been a stenographer for a bus- vits and these are his chief defense iness firm in Des Moines. against the serious charges. | The bridegroom is a graduate of Examination of the documents East Chain, and is a successful confirms Bedell's claims as to the farmer in the Ledyard neighbor- major difference in the statements made by Russell. Claims Conviction Framed. It is the Spirit Lake lawyer's claim that Russell changed his story after he was "worked on" by federal agents and he declares that the entire case against him is "framed" to shoulder upon him the blame that others should assume for their own acts. It is said by attorneys here that Bedell's request for a delay in disbarment proceedings probably will be granted pending his appeal to higher courts. Estherville Paper's Report. The Estherville Daily News re-, ports that Bedell was sentenced to' a year in jail and fined $1000. The sentence and fine were imposed by hood. They left immediately for a two weeks trip, after which they will go to housekeeping in a new bungalow on the J. H. Holcomb farm near Ledyard. League Social Clears $12— The Methodist League held an ice cream social on the church lawn Saturday night to help defray expenses to the institute at Okoboji this year, and $12 was cleared. Those attending institute from here are Bernice Smith, Grace McDowell, Frances Thomson, Kathryn Thomson, uella Sevenfelder, Alice Hewett, Maurice Seylar, Bobby Haglund, Gifford Smith. Their chaperon is Mrs. Cora Hutchinson. Two S. S. Have Joint Picnic— The Methodist Sunday school held Charles A. Dewey, federal judge. * Joint picnic wit h the Methodist The same penalties were imposed' A rm ijt ro ng school at Sylvania park on one of the Chapmans, and the J? Fairmont, Minn., last week other Chapman was given a year's' :. uesda > r - There was the usual big jail sentence. H,,,™,.,, ,..=.,. v_,, William Stevenson, Boone, Gene Russell Des 1 Moines and Beit Gene; der, Bayard, confessed participants in the bribery plot, also were sentenced by Judge Dewey. Stevenson dinners, with sports and a There were nearlyjop present'.' Baptists Plan Celebration— ball games, water general good time. tenced by Judge Dewey. Stevenson conerezatT™ • , a , Ptist cnurch and Russell each received a year h™£ f£, JLl P lannj ng to cele- in jail, but sentences were sus-'chu rc h in,v 9a ^"^ ot the pended and the men placed on pro-|L steeve« n ' °' and 31 " Wa "™" bation. Get Maximum Penalty. Bedell and L. E. Chapman received the maximum penalty under the law and none of the sentence was suspended. I Last Saturday, when a verdict of! Warren D., of the Walnut .. . —. of Waterloo, will be the principal anniversary speaker. Mrs. Peterson is Recovering— ™™',.?V C - P^erson, who was so ago ' is slowly recovering , ' erng guilty was brought in against the'" er . fami l y wa s all at home last men, Judge Dewey declared that i ek> E "nice Newton, trained he. did not consider the penalty stern enough. He ordered disbarment proceedings and contempt of court proceedings started Bedell. L. E. an d H . E, Chapman brothers, living at Carroll. are eek They'' nurse, is caring for her.' Xl U"! d _ ^sWct E. L. Head- elected Epworth Corwith .„„. Richardson, of Al- the £,1S",C^ £?•£>.£; s " wr """' m ""° i iTf iszsgrs 33; c-,Es^r «*• Bedell and the two Chapmans were earlvIS ? drove to K anawha convicted took place at that time, nth .«";,.*<!£.*° visit Mrs. Grif- when Gander held out for acquittal, resulting in a hung jury. Confesses To Bribe. Gander confesed to of l of the Chapmans, and also William Stevenson, one of the defendants and Gene Russell, go . be) t, ween pleading guilty. Russell ad- SUn Hge " iQ S the money from Sedell and the Chapmans to split bet- wen himself and his uncle, Gan- The Chapmane were convicted later on the liquor charge, after Stevenson and Gander had confessed to the jury tampering plot Arrangements for the bribing of Gander took place in a Des Moines «? *L r ° ( ° m> , accordin 6 to evidence at the .trial Russell making the contracts, and being assured that here would be no trouble about the tampering because of Bedell's political connections. Pastors And Party Planning Vacation -. G °o d Hope, July 4— The Rev. and M. rs : c - * Mitchell, son Arthur and Richard Chipman, all of Burt, and n P?7- and Mrs - AlleD H. Wood Good JHope, will leave July 17 for a at Pelican La ke Minn v v , This has been made possible by the generosity of Dist. Supt. Muhleman who is donating use of his cottage here to the Methodist preachers of district summer. Th. P lj er. The Good Hope congregation has , —"• ••*•* f*vv-« i/i t3tin» day school during Mr. Wood's ab_ sence. pital. of an Algona hos- The Rev. and Mrs. G. R were in Waterloo last week the a fellowship conferee under direction of nr Sleeves, They urday. ,S?^5 Pea , rson ' ° f Sioux %$$&&&&? erator there. Mrs. op- and daughter and Mrs. Wo Specialize In AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Our Automobile In.urance P ro , pc . Y " fl Ca«e You Get Hurt Y ° Uin A Modern Automobile Travel Ser Very reasonable rates. 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Eleveator. * Phone STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Iowa State Bank RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities Overdrafts Stock of Federal Reserve Bank Banking House Furniture and Fixtures .~~.~'~~~~~ Due from banks and bankers, cashTand cash items Stock in Federal Deposit Ins.'corp" Total Resources $ 991,52i!j t 3.MMI 15,000,00 4,000.00 19,000.1)1 50,600.00 60,000.00 lOO.OOM so.ma 110,683.64 ,654,658.58 33,430.47 18,732.62 1,000.00 1,818,505; LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Fund __I__I~I~ Undivided profits (after deduc~tlng"ex- penses Deposits due to banks and'bankerVon demand Individual deposits subject to check" 1 Savings deposits Demand certificates, certlfie'd""checks, cashier's checks and unpaid dividends Postal savings deposits "" Total Liabilities ——————— ^»-.—-. , _,, _. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. We, R. H. (Miller, President; H. R. Cowan and N. A. Vice Presidents; H. L. Gilmore, Cashier; and F. L. Me— Asst. Cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swear the foregoing statement is full, true and correct, to the b« of our knowledge and belief. R. H. MILLER, President (Bank Seal) H. R. COWAN and N. A. SMITH, Vice Presidents H. L. GILMORE, Cashier F. L. McMAHON, Asst. Cashier Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by H- Miller, H. R. Cowan, N. A. Smith, H. L. Gilmore, and P. L. Mahon, this 3rd day of July, 1934. (Notarial Seal) LOUISE MAGNUSON Notary Public in and for Kossuth Count) Attested .by J. y. Ovennyer, J. C. Mawdsley, L. H. John Frankl, M. P. Haggard, Directors. All Mixed Up I have just sent a $400 check to Des Moines, the first quarterly payment of the sales tax. I understand the first 3,000,000 colected goes for relief, i am glad of that, for I am sure that 65% of the people I colected this 1400 from need relief. Of course they will not get back all of the $400 expenses will eat up quite a chunk of it. Every time you pour syrup from one jug into another gome <» it will stick to each jug. But half a loaf is better than no bread. It is nice to know that we are i« get some of it back, After the $3,000,000 is collected the next collection goes against the property tax, or son j et "^° else. If I know what I am talking about, I beiunw the insurance companies are the largest lana o*» ers in this part of the country. They and lind °«° ers that live outside of the state pay no lowu s»w tax. The poor renters and the laboring men tflai :* here and pay 2% on everything they buy are rea»j helping to pa> taxes on property owned D> "- 1 * auce «.ompnnies and others tha; do not live in state. ' The land owner that lives here will pay as sales tax in a year as the reduction on his proi 1 • tax will amount to. I am free to confess I do not understand IW Philosophy of this law, unless it is to make tne richer and the poor poorer. I am quite sure that $400 worth of shoes « stockings would do my customers more gooa any $400 they give me to send to Des Monies. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algo""' 1 " 1

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