Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE SIX m KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE!, ALGONA, IOWA HERE! The HOOVER MEN Leave your name for a home showing of the new lightweight, streamlined Hoovers and the greatest cleaning convenience of years — the built-in electric Dirt Finder. SPECIAL OFFER on Hoovers, with Dusting Tools — a complete cleaning service — during Hoover men's stay. HOOVER OWNERS— The Hoover men will inspect and adjust your machine •without charge. Replacements at lowest cost. Telephone. HOOVER ...It Lights ...as it Beats • ..as It Sweeps ...as it Cleans PRATT ELECTRIC CO, Phone 170 TODAY'S LIVE NEWS FOR FATJOLKS 3 GREAT LETTERS READ THEM ALL From all over the country — WESLEYANS TO SUNDAY PICNIC AT BLUE EARTH Wesley, July 11—A number of families from Wesley attended the Story-Hamilton picnic at Bluo Earth. Minn. Sunday. This is an annual affair, instituted years ago by persons from those two Iowa counties who had moved to the vi- cinitv of Blue Eartfo. Five thousand attended this year, from -here were the Mesdames Carl and Those going Messrs, and sen, and tihe families of Olaf and Henry Funnemark, Lester Larsen, i Jorgen Skow and Ole Flom. The | gathering took place as usual, at 'the fairgrounds. A religious service | was held in the forenoon, the Rev. j Mr. Brenne, a Lutheran pastoi Four From Titonka Go To E. L. Institute at the Lakes Titonka, July 11—From Titonka Kathryu Schrarn went to Burt last Thursday to visit her grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. The annual Epworth League Institute opened Monday at the pkobojis, and Kathryn is spending the week there with the Burt delegation. From Titonka Alice Gartner, Barbara Ball, and Donald Caliies left Monday to share a cottage with a group from Sioux City. Meet- will enter- . ' . * , ---- ."**. v*u.jiui.iu t ,t J. ,lc IJIUKIU'JU from Minneapolis, being tine will be selections by the Bonacker preacher. In the afternoon, George and Beenken twins, a musical se- n™nv«,. A,,,O. f^-,^,-i,, M™™ lection by Maxine Peterson, and a. minstrel comedy by Mrs. S. J. de- Godfrey, Ames, formerly and "Andy," announcer from WOI Ames, were among tihe speakers The Hamilton 4-H club band helped furnish music. Raskopf Family in Reunion— The annual re-union of Mrs Matt Laux's family, the Raskopfs took place at the Clear Lake state park on Sunday. Picnic dinner was served to 57 persons. On account •of rain, Mrs. Laux's 'brotftier, Joe 1 Raskopf, of Farmington, Minn. _ and 'her cousin, Mrs. Margaret V -JA j -,- t ™, .. , Sreveler, Waterloo, came to Wes- lUlldr co Krantz Birthday Observed ley with Mrs. Laux, and spent A picnic in the Burt woods Sun- Sunday nigliit here. Monday they day celebrated Mildred Krantz's drove to Bancroft for a brief visit 16th birthday. Attending: Herbert with their sister and cousin Rakow, Kathryn and Wilbur Mrs. Joe Balz, tlhen they returned Schram, Helen Beed, Loraine Pet- home. Jlethodist W. V M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met at tihe dhurch Friday Mrs. Ttheron L Hansen being hostess. Twelve wo- . B. Larsons Grandparents— ---.-..- A girl, the first child, was born men attended. Mrs. 'McNulty, pas- to Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Larson, of »„....- _... ,. „, _ Clarion, on the Fourth. She has Itor'is -wife, gave a resume of Chapter 6 of Eastern Women Today been named Sheran" Jean Kerniit and Tomorrow. Mrs. Tlheron Han- Larson is the eldest son of Mr sen led devotions. Mrs. Hans Han- and Mrs. L. B. Larson sen, who lhas been ill nearly a year from typTnoid fever and its effects, attended for the first time since her sickness. Lunch was served. First Boy in C Children— A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson Sunday. There were Ice Cream Social Planned— The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. A. M. Lease this week Wednesday afternoon. Ttoe Mesdames H. O.stercamp and John Mul'lins will be hostesses. The ice cream social anounced for last Saturday evening has been postponed uiitil this week Saturday 'evening, When it will be held on. safe and healthful enemy of fat don't miss these 3 letters. u l am using Kruschen Salts on / advice of my Doctor. Have used three bottles and lost 15 Ibs., and gladly recommend it to all my friends." Mrs. G. W. Bryant, Foxboro, Mass., 1934. "I am using your Kruschen Salts for constipation and reducing. Have taken 3 jars and have lost about 20 Ibs. I can recommend it to be great." Miss A. J. Harbor, Pineville, Ky., 1934. "I have taken 3 bottles of Kms- chen. f weighed 256, I reduced 5C Ibs., and felt better each day, have got my 4th bottle." Ed Jordon, Leveen, Ariz., 1934. If you are proud of your double chin and bulging abdomen don't take Kruschen Salts. Ed Jordan made up his mind to take off 50 or more pounds of fat—and he did— Ed was sick and tired of lugging it around with him — persistency won for Ed as it will for any fat man. A half teaspoon in a glass of hot water before breakfast every morning—get Kruschen at E. W. Lusby's, Sorensen's Drug Store, or any drugstore. Y. P. MEET DRAWS YOUNG PEOPLE IN GRANT TOWNSHIP Grant, July 10—The Young Peo>le's organization met at Gordon Westcott's Friday evening, 45 pres- , — _ .— — ent. Committees in charge were: tary to Uhe president of the La- Devotions, Wylma- Payne, Alma Junkermeier, and Helen Briggs; entertainment, Irene Junkermeier, Ivan Selberg, and James Reynolds; refreshments, Gordon Westcott, Ruth Bolin, and Wm. Beck. The next meeting will be at A. M. Tokheim's July 20. 1'riTale Secretary in Visit- Grace Looft, now private secre- Salle business college, spent two weeks here visiting her manner, Mrs. Bertha Looft. She deft Friday, accompanied by her mother and sisters, Margaret and JoUnvette, andi all will spend two weeks in Illinois visiting friends and 'tihe Chicago Fair. Temperance Address is Given— At union services Sunday evening of the Wesley Upper Flat and •Britt dhurches, of whiclh' the Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Britt, is pastor, a Mr. High, who has been state secretary of the Anti-Saloon League many years, gave a temperance 'address. Holt Hits Reno Hotel— Reduced Rates on ALL LOANS You can now secure a loan ol ^300.00 or less at our new low rate . Our new plan will mean a substantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the most complete loan service in the State, Various loaning plans. Reduced payments. Aa long as 20 months to repay. WHY PAY MORE THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any purpose See H. N. Kruse Phone 125 Algona Representing Federal Finance Co, Des Homes sMoines "Dei Moinet' new** »nd fincit" [onstipation I If constipation causes you Gas, Indigestion, Headaches, Bad Bitfep, Pimply Skin, get quick relief with AnrRujq-ft Thorough acuon, yet gentle, safe. ADLERIKA W. Lightning struck tihe roof of the Reno hotel 'here during a thunderstorm the night following the 4tih>. No harm was done but knocking off a few shingles, and tihe occupants knew nothing of the stroke until morning. Uiekinan on Auditing Tour— Fred Diekman, of the Kunz Grain company, left Thursday morning to make the rounds of the Kunz elevators in Ohis stats. He will audit the books at each. Kun/es Off for Vacation— The Julius Kunz family left the middle of last week for a camping trip in Northern Minnesota. Other Wesley News. A week ago Sunday Guy C. Giddings, Sr., of Burt, and all of his 1 descendants but one son visited (here at Guy C. Giddings Sr.'a father, W. P. Giddings, who . is past 90. Among children of Guy C. Giddings, Sr., was mentioned Guy C. Giddings, Jr., a Chicago postman wttio is a grandson of W. P. Giddings. Alteration in the Advance office made the original paragraph confusing. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin went to Omaha Sunday, to take back Mrs. Mullin's brother, his wife, and tiheir two children, who had been here a week, following a visit of the MuUins at Omaha with Mrs, Mullin's parents. A daughter was born, last week to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith, Mrs. Smith having been Gladys Robinson. Last week Monday a son was born to Mr, and Mrs. Ray Sherman. Miss A. MoPiherson and (her) niece, Mra. Oscar Erickson, return-^ ed from Illinois Saturday evening They were accompanied by Forest Erickson and his friend, Arthur Blake. Evelyn remained at Elnw hurst to keep house for her father, but attie will foe there by the time 'aShool begins. Mrs. EricM- son will return ihome this week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dwyer Humboildt, and Katihryn Cruised Swea City, visited at home Sunday! Mr .and Mrs. LeRoy Kleinpeter Ida Grove ;andd Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Fort Dodge, attended burial services for their sister-in- ilaw, Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter, Monday. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Britt and Wesley pastor, and Marion Paulson, Wesley, were to return from Paynesville, Minn. -Tlhey lhave been vacationing by camping near a lake there, and at the same time assisting with religious camp meetings. The burial of Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter, late of Algona, took place in St. Joseplh's cemetery here Monday forenoon. Acquaintances ihere deeply sympathize with the bereaved young husband and three small children. * Helen Funnemark, wlho has been a teacher at Rake for tine last two years, left here Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Halvorson of Rake, for a caniping and fisting trip at a Minnesota -lake south of St. Paul. Auxiliary Division to Mrs. Pierre Sartor tain the Gold Star division of the Auxiliary next week Thursday, Flora Cosgrove, Mrs. Chester Lamoreux, Ellen Winter, and Sophie Conradi assisting. The program Vries. Ten to gro to Okobojis— The Queen Esthers and Mrs. Rev. Fremont Faul, chaperon, will be at the Okobojis next week. The girls will be Carol Reaser, Patty Ball, Oesterreicher, Harriet . Faith and Hope Faul, Callies, Maxine Stott, and Zweifel. erson, George Boeckelman, Arthur Askin, Harold Krantz, and mae Budlong. Edith- already five girls in the family. Mrs, Kenneth Fisher, trained nurse, is caring for mother and babe. To Go to Girls' Cnnip— Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French's daughter Jean will go to a girls' camp at Boone next week for a ten days stay. Other Titonka News. Harold and Alice Gartner, with Maxine Sheldon, Rowan, who had spent a few days with Rev, and. Mrs. L. G. Gartner at Hibbing, Minn., where Mr. Gartner is chaplain In a CCC camp, returned Sunday. Harold is caring for the Gartner bees here, and Maxine has returned to Rowan. Reimer Rade, Cedar Rapids, came Monday for an extended visit wiht Arthur Jay Budlong. They are former Coe college students. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson's son Kenneth, employed at Kanawha, came on a motorcycle for a Sunday visit at home. Mrs. Ray Budlong, Alice, Dorothy, and Betty Budiong, and Mrs. Frances Budlong were at Mason City Friday. The R..L. Krantzes and the Dr. H. I. Torgersons drove to Des Moines Sunday, returning the same day. Mrs. Violet Callahan, Minneapolis, and her daughter Patty have been guests at M. S. Craven's. The H. A. Frenches attended a French family picnic at Algona last Thursday evening. Dorothy Mitchell, Buffalo Center, has been visiting her cousin, Harriet Schram. Vera and Glenn Farrington, of Montgomery, have been visiting Barbara Ball. Mrs. Fred Wentz and her son, John Frederick, have been visiting at Blue Earth. Patricia Ball fell from a bicycle last Thursday and fractured her left ankle. Junior deVries returned Monday night from a week with friends at Sheldon. The Gordon Frenches, Philadelphia, were at H. A. French's Friday. home-coming picnics will be held Sunday, July 22, at Ward's Park, Fairmont. All present and former Grant residents are invited, especially the old settlers. Grant Aid to Meet- Mrs. H. L. Read and Mrs. Leonard Mino will entertain the Grant Aid at the church this week Wednesday. Other Grant News. Marjorie Johnson returned to her uncle Melvin Johnson's, at Blue Earth, where she is employed, after a week's vacation. The Henry Selbergs took Bible School is Closed— The Grant daily vacation Bible school closed June 29. Nearly 30 children were enrolled. Teachers were: Beginners, Muriel Payne; primary, Helen Briggs; juniors, Mrs. G. R. McDowell, and intermediates, the Rev. G. R. McDowell. Dthers who assisted were C. W. Hamand, Grace McDowell, and Mrs. D. W. Stephenson. 4-H Boys Tour Township—. The Grant boys' 4-H club made tour of the township with Marion R. Soults, club agent, for their regular June meeting. The projects of ;he boys are: Baby beeves, Donald Barger, Robert Briggs, Edwin Mino, and Clarence Hunt; chickens, James Mayne; dairy calves, Adolph Friest Jr., and Kenneth Hardt. Grant Picnic July 22— The second of the annual Grant Jeanette Stoelting to her home at Minneapolis last week-end and visited with relatives. The Grant girls' club sponsored a program and basket social at the Grant church a week ago Friday evening. Mrs. John Hall returned Saturday from Chicago, where she had been visiting relatives for several weeks. Wesley Irene Sherman, who has a private secretarial position at St. Paul, is spending her vacation wiUa •her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J Sherman. Mr and Mrs. John Hutchison left Saturday to visit over 'Sunday with Mrs. Hutclhison'iS mother, Mrs Margaret Lawler, at New Providence. Mrs. Anthony Jornson is now convalescing, after a four weeksi sickness with tonsilitis. FOUR CORNERS NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Josieph Elbert's snn Irvin, who for two months has has been taking barber training at. Sioux City, spent the Fourth at home. L. J. Lowinan, t)he Louis Lowmans Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham, son Elmer, and daughters Delia Mae and Ellen June were July Fourth guests of tihe Howard Lowmans near Sexton. Five sal- Ions of (home made ice cream were disposed of during the day. Others Dhere were the Ray Smiths, near Burt, the Melvin Kerns family, Ralph Witlham, Mrs. Verla Lowman, and the latter's daughter Jacqueline. The Edward Rich family spent t)he Fourflh witlh Mrs. Rich's parents, Mr ^and Mrs. John Wilson, Whitteanore. The John Sabins, Mrs. Edith: Ricih, and Iher son Earl were at Arch. Walker's on the Fourth. Mrs. Quentin 'Bjustrom was seriously sick last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell. Doctor Bourne attended, and she is about again. •Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Robinson, Sarasota, Fla.,.are at C. N. Robinson's. They were five days, en route. They will spend tihe summer witlh relatives here, at Millord, Spirit Lake, and Arnolds Park. The Earl Robinsons, Spirit Lake, were C. N. Robinson guests briefly Saturday evening. The Howard Withams and Grandma Roy.ce spent last week Wednesday with ttoe Herbert Schmelingis, and Thelma Witham stayed till Sunday. Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker, was brought home last Thursday from the Kossuth toospital, where -she was a patient ten days. Slhe is up and around. Mildred Robinson spent tihe Fourth fishiner witlh Mr. and Mrs-. Herman Lindeman, Hunrboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond 'Larson, Evelyn Cruikslbank, and John McNeil were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ho'ldren last week Wednesday. The Lurhl Fesslers 1 , Ringsted, were at tihe parental J. p. Nickerson's Friday, Mrs. Fessler, who is. taking treatments from Doctor Cretzmyer for hay fever, was seriously sick wit/h a stomach complication and was bedfast several days last week. Mrs. J. P. Nickerson went to Britt last Thursday 10 care for her daughter Mrs. Fern Hulling, wtti'O was sick. PORTLAND BRIEFS Lola and Darlene Stott spent t!he Fourth at Newton and Des Moines. The annual Hoosier picnic will be held at Tom Trenary's next Sunday. Jean Fisher, BmJtt, speat twot days last week at Charles Larsen'3, and witto iBeulalh and Lauretta Larsen was a dinner guest at Lura Sewick's, Burt, Friday evening. The Portland 4-H club met witlh Lucille Bartlett Friday 'and planned four days at the Okobojis this) week Wednesday to Sunday. The parents will picnick with them Sunday. Tihe Charles Larsens spent the Fourth at (Britt and dear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jajnes, ghdpler are parents of a 7-lb. girl, 'born Monday. Mrs, E-nuna Folkert®, near Ti- tonka, won a quilt given away •by the 4-H girls' club Saturday evening at the Smith store, Burt. The girls made some $20 on the quilt. The Edward Wolfs, Wesley, were dinner <guests at William Ringisdorfs Sunday. The two families are former neighbors. The W. J., Earle, and Russell Sniplera and the D. M. Stewarts !had a picnic dinner at Roscoe Stewart's on the Fourtftv. The C. F. and Roy Manns were at E. O. Mann's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Collison, Lake City, the Mennet and John Trankhills, and Mr. and Mrs. Jefli- law, the latter couple of Briitidh Columbia, apent the Fourth at Tony Jandl's. A windstorm Sunday night blew down a large'«lp at C. E. Siirs- lee's. LONE ROCK NEWS Mr. and Mrs, Watson Shick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shick, and Charles Llngenfelter spent Sunday with Mr. Lingenfelter's daughter, Mrs. Lora Trendle, Bristow, and Mr. Lingenfelter remained there. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reutter, of Fairmont, and the Delbert Reut- ters, Huron, S. D., were at N. L. Cotton's Friday. The Albert Shasers and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shaser spent Sunday at Chris's brother Joseph's at Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath, Stewart, Minn., spent last week Wednesday at Mrs. John Rath's and William Rath's. The Ralph Hulberts, of Splcer, Minn., spent from last week Tuesday till Saturday at Mrs. Hulbert's brother Henry Rath's, and Mrs. Harvey Rath, who had spent ten days there, went home with the Hulberts. Sunday guests of the August Schaumbergs were the Elmer Gerdis family, the Roy and Ralph Bennetts, Mrs. Henry Gerdis, and the latter's daughter, all of Bancroft, and Walter Bueckholt, Buffalo Center, brother of Mrs. Schautn- berg. The Frank Flaigs and James Ackarmans attended an Ackarman reunion at Kanawha Sunday. The honor guest was Mrs. Kate Ackarman, Nowequa, 111. Thirty attended The Mothers club had a picnic at the church Friday. Margaret Gladstone accompanied Dorothy, Verne, and Russell Dacken, and Mrs. Myrle Milligan to Forest City last week Wednesday to celebrate the Fourth as guests at Ben Hall's. They also called at John Hall's. Grace, Gerald, and Robert Angus have returned to their work in Wheaton and De Kalb, 111. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Oskaloosa, daughter Jeannette, and Mrs. Rose Helminger, New Sharon, spent from last week Tuesday till last Thursday with the Lewis daughter, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, and Jeannette remained for a longer visit. A birthday tea will be held next Tuesday at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Westbee, Valley City, N. D., were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing and called on other friends. Mrs. Westbee was formerly Harriett Fish, teacher here. Mrs. West- bee's mother, Mrs. W. T. Fish, of Whittemore, was also here, a dinner guest at J. M. Blanchard's, and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, of Burt, were also there. Lola Marlow and June Biei'le returned Sunday from Nevada, where they spent last week with Mrs. J. P. Booker. Mr. and Mrs. John Householder, Oelwein, daughter Mrs. Truman Overeen, Decorah, and her son Jackie came Thursday for a visit at C. E. Householder's and Mrs. William Murray, Mrs. J. Householder's mother. Sunday dinner guests of the C. E. Householders were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGowan, daughter Rosamond, and Mr, and Mrs. John McGowan, daughter Marilyn, all of Cedar Rapids, the Ralph Reidels, Fenton, the Calvin Householders, and Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and the Laurence Newbroughs were last Thursday dinner guests of the M. E. Blanchards, Irvington, and Friday guests at A. D. Newbrough's were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wells, Elmore, son Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Derald Wells, Beaver Dam, Wis., daughter Mona, and the Laurence Newbroughs. The Robert Murrays, Spencer, spent last week Wednesday at Charles Bierle's, and Dottie remained for a longer visit, also for a few days with Kathryn Stebritz. Benny Murray, Detroit, is visiting his mother, Mrs. William Murray. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Williams, of Ames, and their son Norville were Saturday evening guests at J. M. Blanchard's. Mrs. Williams is a cousin of Mr. Blanchard. Last week Wednesday night guests there were the J. M. Hulberts, Glidden, who went home Thursday. Doctor and Mrs. Mueller, Fenton, took Bernard Leeper to Iowa City Monday to enter a hospital for medical treatment. Gordon Blanchard has a badly bruised ankle which was caused by a pitched ball while he was playing with the Algona team at Estherville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGowan daughter Rosamond, and the John McGowans, all of Cedar Rapids, arrived Friday, the Thos. McGowans for an .extended visit with the daughter, Mrs. C. E. Householder, i he John McGowans went back Monday and Florence Householder went with them. Ayrshire, Fraik an! Rauses, etts, Mrs. ! City, son Bitty 'family, Corwitp 'dahls, Super! I son Junior I Mrs. Clayton, I enco remained Mrs. Krause Meyers family Mrs. Roy daughter Mar Cotton spent Whaleu's, Dol Mr. and Mr New Providen children spent 'day at Harry [Sunday guests sons, Burt. Oscar and last week Tue reunion at Reick came w The P. M. Tibbetts ner at Carl Pr evening, hono son, Jack, and Mrs. Harry and her daug urday to visti worths. Ruth Tarbell remai visit. Dr. Kennet' Rapids dentis spend a few his wife's Johnson. Mrs. tlhree children weeks. , the R. L. Padg- .Clayton, Charles the Clifford Meyers the Orvtlle Rosen- r, Catherine Reed, J daughter Florence, son Billy, and Flor,J for a longer visit, going home with the for a visit, ensen, son Roger, orle, and Mrs. W. J. friday at Mrs. V. L. Iver. . Barney Chamness, ;c, and their tWjp Saturday and Suii- Hobson's, and other were the D. T. Hob- LEGAL State of Iowa In District 1934. To All Whom You are het instrument of to be the last Earing returned day from an Earing Caihpus, 111., and Edwin th them for a visit. Ciristensons and Jack attended a birthday din- etz's, Algona, Friday ing Mrs. Christen- Mr. Paejz; Tarbell, of Waterjoo, tor Ruth came Sat- the James Wads- went back but Mrs. icd for an extended . Ferguson, Cedar ., came Friday td lays at the (homo of- lother, IMr,s. Jacob Ferguson and their (have been here two NOTICES master will supply prospective bidders with proposal blanks and a circular giving particulars as to requirements and instructions for preparation of bids and data to accompany same.—C. J. Peoples Director of Procurement. 43-44 Imvo. 8l '°«l'l not as ami NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3852. State of Iowa, Kossutli counf.y, ss. x - In District Court June term 1934. ' ' To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to he the last Will and Testament Nancy Emma Seeley, deceased, dated June 16, 1934, having been BUDGET ESTIMATE ,„„„ K ,,,. f TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE Notice—The town council of Lone n<»-\- , r will meet July 23, 1934, at 8 p. m. at will be heard for or against the that time, JULY, '" (Ia 8th da nisi HP mentioned nro " n n «» am of 1934 «h«,dtSon r K5 No. 3846. NOTICE OP J'ROBATE OF WILL Kossuth county, ss. Court Juno Term, It May Concern: eby notified, that an writing purporting Will and Testament of Nick Leneis, deceased, dated March 30th, 1126, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 24th day of for hearing p Court House county, or the and at ten o'c July, 1934, is fixed oof of same at the n Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said Clerk of said Court; ock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are her>by notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they hive, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as aijid for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 25, 1934. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. A ma Pearson, Deputy. 41-43 No. 13788. HEARING ON AP- FOR AUTHORITY 3 AND SETTLE INDEBTEDNESS. Court of Iowa, in county. Superintendent of the State of Iowa, In Eqiity NOTICE OF — PLICATION TO COMPROMISE UNSECURE [) In the Distiict and for Kossi th D. W. Bates, Banking of Plaintiff, vs. People's Savhgs Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa, defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors of the Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, I(wa, and to whom it may concert: You are hereby notified that there is now <^n file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, the Application of D. W. Bates, Superintender t of Banking of the State of lows, as Receiver of the Peoples Savii diet, Iowa, ai thorized to e certain uns .owned by M. | Trust, accord conditions set tion to whicl wni -,' Elmus Kerr - and Mrs. William Weatherly and her children, all of Holland, Minn., arrived Friday to visit the F. M, Kerr daughter, Mrs. Jack Quinn. Elmus is Mrs. Quinn's uncle and Mrs. Weatherly her sister. Mrs. E. M. Jensen and her children accompanied her sister, Mrs. Mrs. F. W Englund. and the latl ters daughters Mildred and Marri£ t0 , thei !; h ° me at MuscaUne nday for a two weeks visit Emily Joslin, Cedar Rapid's, has been elected as the Junior high " gs Bank, St. Beneking that he be au- impromise and settle scured indebtedness A, Arndorfer to this ng to the terms and out in said Applica- you are hereby re.. _„, ,, u u uiv» 141^1 CU f erred for further particulars. You are fuither notified that the hearing on said Application will be had at the Courthouse in Algona Iowa, in Kosmth County, on the 18th day of July, A. D. 1934, at 10 o clock a. m. an said day, at which time you ma;- appear and show u have why an Orbe entered authorizing said setijement. D. W. BATES, Superinteident of Banking of the Stale of Iowa, as Receiver of tie Peoples Savings Bank, St. Benedict, Iowa. By J. M. HERBST, Examiner-in-Charge. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Procurement Division - Public Works Branci, Washington, D C Proposals an hereby solicited for a site for a Federal building at Algona, Iowa, to be opened publiclv m the office ,,f the postmaster at Algona, Iowa, at 9 o'clock a. m on JUY23, 1934, for the sale%r do" nation, to the United States of a lot conveniently ocated-l P p r0 xima?e dimensions-Corner lots 80 foot lots 100 foot depth. Siten street frontage considered Proximately frontage 140 foot having different dimensions will be provided the area is ap- same. In all cases the BUDGET CITY or TOWN, IND. or OF FILING SCHOOL DISTRICT s»i.s&- (Bond) . $28.0flft ton inis' $2 3,000 ' sa - m Taxable valuation Moneys and Cons. School, will meet July will be heard for or that time. J. W. DUCKETT, District Secretary. 5 6 7 unt Expend- Expend- ssary itures Itures »e for year for year d by 1932 1933 to be taxation ,500 $27,592 $21,380 3,000 valuation, „. $960,496 J297.570 f 12,200 1 2 3 ' 4 - Tow,,"] Proposed Balance Estimat-Estlniat- Amount ,, 6 expend- on hand ed sur- ed Income n Ex P e >*E Itures June plus of other rnlfn ai ? iture 3 „ estimated 30 balance than nknii or) ' ea f(» FUNDS 1934 1934 on hanrl (.»„„"- r '" SO(1 b >' "" ' Cons. Levy—• General Improv't Grading . Sewer _ Water „ Light __J Light Plant Fund „_ Fire Equipment — (Waterworks _ Water Bonds 1000 Light Bonds Bond -Inter- $ 600 $ 1857 $ 200 300 41} 450 $ 1485 247 707 400 450 GOO 17 476 450 est ___. Road Dragging 25 Totals $2425 $ 4696 Taxable valuation (1933) __ Moneys and Credits (1933) $ 650 450 as S 1375 1000 480 $2551 Financial Statemei Algona Independent School District School District of Algona, Iowa, (Independent) township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the year ending June 30, 1934. We hereby certify that the following report comprising Pages 1 to 3 inclusive Is correct as required by Sees. 4242 and 4242-bl, Code of Iowa. Filed July 1, 1934. A. E; MICHEL, President MARY E. MITCHELL, Secretary RECEIPTS General Fund On hand last report $34032.38 Normal training aid 675.00 General fund tax levy ._ 75000.00 Semi-annual apportionment 1908.80 Tuition '____ 10423.98 Other sources 175,74 Total General Fund $122215.90 RECEIPTS—School House Fund On hand last report $11851.63 School house fund tax levy 17700.00 Total School House Fund $29551.63 RECAPITULATION General Fund On hand last report (was in closed bank) ______ 34032.38 Total Receipts, current year ------------------ -88183.52 Total general fund _____ 122215.90 Disbursements cur. year. 52009.29 Balance on hand this report (is in closed bank) 70206.61 RECAPITULATION School House Fund On hand last report (was in closed bank) ______ 11851.63 Total receipts, current year ------------------ 17700.00 Total school house fund 29551.63 Disbursements cur. year. 14222.50 Balance on hand this report (is in closed bank) 15329.13 DISBURSEMENTS Amount Name of person, firm or corporation to General whom paid — Fund Midland Chemical Co. _.$ 216.14 Huntington Lab. Inc. ____ 169.57 N. W. Bell Tele. Co. ____ 112.08 Kohlhaas & Spllles ______ 48.57 Kohlhaas, Hdwe. ________ 3.05 Edwin W. Lusby _.. 2172 F. S. Norton & Sou ____ • 565.43 Advance Publ. Co. __ 83,20 United ,Chem. Co. _ 8.20 Churchill Mfg. Co. „_____ 4.95 Langan Paper Co. _____ 287.43 Botsford Lumber Co, ____ 37.45 Jenney Semple Hill Co. 27.25 Modern Dry Cleaners „- 5.35 Bert Cronan ... ......... 1520.00 J. E. Mason ___ ......... 1816.50 E. J. Gilmore ____________ 22.10 Phyllis Parsons --------- 183.00 Mary E. Mitchell ____ 240 00 American Express Co. „ .90 Oren Thomas _____ , _____ 87.50 Otto Nelson ------------ 50.95 Webster Publ. Co. ____ 19.90 School Form Publ. Co. _. 1,08 Paine & Sorensen .... _ .93 Gamble Stores ______ 41 Woodstock Typewriter Co". 367.50 O. B. Laing, sundries ____ 28.21 *• H. Foth ..... . -------- 80.00 McMaster Carr Sup, Co. _ 34.89 Upper Des Moines ______ 64.17 Laing & Muckey __ " 147.36 American Bonding Co. __ 5.00 Nelson Hardware ________ 24.89 E. M. Richardson _. 11.90 Bert Deal _________ "_____ 2 94.14 C. W. Bowman ____ . ~~~ i'so ......... Anderson Gr. & Coal Co. E. N. Taylor ---------Algona Ins. Co. _______ Pratt Elec. Co ...... _ _ Economy Stoker Co. ____ Metropolitan Sup. Co. __ £• R. Mabaffey -------Fred Wehler ... !<• H. Kurtz Co. ". ______ . Central Scientific Co. Norton Machine Works „ iurscn Laundry _______ DeunU H. Goeders ______ Gordon S. Kuhn _ _______ teeter Cooper Corp. Baker Paper Co. ___ '",'' Lowe & Campbell W. M. Welch Mfg. Co. .. K. D. James ........ ____ <*. P. Towne -----------Archie Halnes ,_.. Geo. L. Miller _. ___ " George Holtzbauer ..... . *oater Furniture ... „ A. H. Borcoardt ..... ....' JBa ' P< M " ----- 1084.78 1570.98 236.81 260.14 1134.73 304.11 33.50 7 75 77.53 25.79 28 88 3.70 23.80 7 17 W'M 2226 12.51 92.80 71.30 11 00 45.75 8.50 28.80 63.54 5.00 — ' . Mayer ____ ______ 3.20 International Cbem. Co. 12.27 Wtoiaes Tbsatr* sup. Co. Lyons & Carnahan Ginn & Co. Yawmau & Erbe Mfg. Co, Algona Steam Laundry ' W. D. Allen Mfg. Co. " Hlllyard ('hem. Co. Keystone Envelope Co""" Holly School Sup. Co. " Hoist Prig. Co. " Mead & Wheeler !._.. Bureau of Educ. Research Chrischilles & Herbst .. Bureau of Dental Res. " John Michel ... Ted Zittritsch """ S. J. Devine „ R. J. Harrington Johnson Service Co Dr. Claire Scbapp .. Bjustrom's ', Burton Thorpe : Demco Library Sup ' Pink Supply Co. Christensen Bros. H. R. Sorensen & Co...:. High School Activity Fund A. J. Nystrum & Co Iowa Med. Supply Co. .. Albert Blanchard D. C. Heath & Co C. S. Johnson Long's Food Shop Paxson & Paxson H. R. Cowan & Son .... Kennedy & Parsons .... Toilet Publ. Co. Boyd Typewriter Co. .... Scott-Foresman & Co, .. . Klipto Loose-Leaf Co. .. Western Biol. Lab Levi Hendren J. M. Phillips J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co... . Algona Flour & Feed Co, F. A. Newville • F. J. McGuiro Chas. Gunder : C. M. Knudson L. E. Hovey Doubieday Doren Co Iowa Public Reading Circle Physicians & Hospital Sup. Co. A. N. Palmer Graham Store Joe Matille L. C, Hutchins Algona Creamery Oscar Norman The Macmillan Co. .:— Heston & Anderson .... A. V. Hertig Iowa Cent. Motor Express Co. ----Mrs. August Slagle The Gregg Publ. Co World Book Co. Chris Olson C. R. McVeigh Thos. Akre Moe & Sjogren John G. McDowell Hattie Wilson Frances Messer Leona Krampe Ruth Messenger Alvena Miller Esther Quinby Floy Horn —— Nancy Ruth Renaud — Ruth Kriekenbaum Arthur Lukensmeyer — David C. Ward Adrian Burineister Kenneth E. Mercer Margaret Morris Grace Melba Miller —D Wane Collins Antoinette Bonstetter — Jeanne Coon Laura Hoelscher Bertha Godfrey •-' Dora Carson Evelyn Walters Margaret Hullerman —• Carrie Durant Lillian Granzow Marie Beard Laurine Peterson , Capitola Brindley — ••••• Phyllis Peterson '~ Estelle Arnold ' Eileen Portman Ruth Johnson —•Mildred Poole ;; O. B. Laing , Phyllis Parsons Mrs. D. T. Nugent---- Bonds * E. J. Gilmore, coupons TOTAL

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