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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA JACOB HENGEL, 64, OF FENTON, DIESULY 30 Fenton, Aug. 8—Jacob Hengel, prominent citizen, died suddenly last week Monday after three days sickness from obstruction of the bowels. It has been only a few weeks since his son Richard was at death's door with the same trouble, but the latter's youth and good physical condition enabled him to withstand the disease. Mr. HeiiKel was born October 24, 1870, in Germany, and was in his 64th year at death. He was a lifelong Lutheran and had held important church offices at both Fairville and Fenton. Mr. Hcngcl'.s parents emigrated to America in 1883 and settled near Bloomingdale. 111. After three years they came to Lotts Creek. On January 12, 1S94, Mr. Hengel married Lena Blcckwcnu, and for 28 years they lived on a farm near Fairville, where seven children were born. In 1022 they left the farm and moved to Fenton. Mrs. Hengel and two sons, Richard, who farms tho home place in Palo Alto county, and Arthur, at home, survive; also five daughters: Mrs. Fred McWherter and Mrs. Allan Bollinger, Palo Alto county; Mrs. Frank Schattschneider, Whittemore; Mrs. Prince Rominger, Des Moines; and Eldora at home. There are nine grandchildren. Two brothers, August and Adam, live at McGrath, Minn., and another, Fritz, at Giese, Minn. Sisters are: Mrs. Edward Halm, Hebron, Ind., Mrs. Mary Schurr and Mrs. Maria Weiss, Giese, Minn.; Mrs. Louise Mindermann, Barney, N. D.; and Mrs. Frank Hohenstein, Hankinson, N. D. Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church last week .Wednesday and interment was made in St. Luke's cemetery, Fairville. Pall-bearers were William and Dan Hantelman, Ernest Tos- seisen. Herman Krause, Ben Klatt, and Ernest Haack. PINK FAMILY HAS REUNION AT THE GALL STATE PARK Sexton, Aug. 8—A Pink family reunion was held Sunday at th Ambrose A. Call state park, 31 members present. Uncle Davii Pink, 87, Buffalo Center, was gues of honor. A picnic dinner wa; served at noon. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Herny Grothaus Delft, Minn., son Harold; Mr. an Mrs. Frank Grimes, son Francis Mr. and Mrs. John Pink, daughter! Helen, Dorothy, and Vivian, am son David, Mr. and Mrs. David Pink Jr., daughter Aleta, Buffalc Center; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolen eus, daughter June, son Robert Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott, son Keith Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Haw ley, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, daugh ter Constance Joy, Mason City Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Sexton Visitors were James Asa, Sex ton, and Nora Huffman, Delft Minn. Officers were elected. Mus ical numbers were furnished on the guitar and the banjo-uke b> James Asa and Harley Larson. I'letiic for \Vinferset Tisitor— Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Wil bur and Everett Steven, and Mr and Mrs. Leo Steven attended ! family picnic at the Ambrose A Call state park Sunday in honoi of Mrs. Will Comp, of Winterset sister of the elder Mrs. Steven. Other Sexton ECYVS. Lois Miller is spending a f days at Sioux City with her sister Mrs. Phillip Thornton. Lois will be ] a Freshman in the Algona high 'school this fall. Dorothy Fraser has come home from Rice-Lake, Wis., where she spent two weeks with an uncle, W B. Spear. The Loyd Stevens, Swea City, visited Mrs. Steven's mother, Mrs G. B. Wise, Sunday evening. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her familj spent Sunday with the son Strothei at Plymouth. plcn|c suppcr at Han . ey Higley's Missionary Society lias ]>ro s ra in- annual mission festival of The Methodist Missionary society S t. John's Lutheran church was met at the church last Ihursday. held Sunday, and 400 people attend- The program follows: program od . The Rev . Mr . Fl . ie d r ich, Hum- leader, Mrs. R. c Goetsch; devo- boldt, former pastor here, preached tions Vvalk m the Light, Mrs. : in the afternoon. Music was fur- Charles Vreisbrod; reading, Blue nished by Lotts Creek band, and Glass Jars, Mrs. Frank McFall; dinner was served by the women of readings, by Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod the congregation. . and Mrs. R C. Goetsch. Officers . Mr. and Mrs. William Kent, Bett . . . rs. am en, ey v, ere elected: presulent, Mrs. Hat- Jea n, Dr. and Mrs. Ketchen, and tie Weisbrod; vice, Mrs. Emma ; Clyde and Bernice Lindsey have Ruske secretary, Mrs. George gone home, after a week at H. C Boettcher; treasurer, Mrs. Elmer Lindsey's. Mrs. Lindsey and hei ^Trv M n c , on :f P° n , din S secre- son Eddie went to Omaha with the wl^n -»? Hu " 1 '' hrey; Kin s' s Kcnts, and will also visit the Heialds, Mrs. Will Woisbrod; daughter, Mrs. Harold Stedman, a Standard Bearers, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod. Hostesses were Mesdames Emma Ruske and Walter Widdel. Girls' Club Has Program— The Forward club met at Virginia Frank's last week Wednesday, 11 members and two visitors present. Roll call was answered on why and how canned goods made by the girls were labeled. A talk on Can'ts for Club Girls was given by Lorena Dreyer, and a reading on postures and good health by Marie Miller. The girls plan to give a program at the first parent- teacher meeting in September. Charlotte Riedel is 1; Party- Charlotte, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel, was honor guest at a birthday surprise party last Thursday. Games were played, and refreshments were served by Mrs. Reidel. Guests were Jackie and Georgia Gerhards, Janet and Phyllis McFall, Mary Newel, and Catherine, Ruth Ellen, and Charles Householder, Lone Rock, gifts. Charlotte received many Two Children Operated On- Last week Wednesday morning at 2 o'clock Kathryn, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm, had an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital, performed by Doctor Mueller, assisted by Doctor Cretzmeyer. Harold, 16-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei had the same operation at the Me- Creery hospital one day last week Throe Have Tonsils Out- Doctor Mueller performed three tonsil operations at his office one morning Hist week and was assisted by Doctor Kirkegaard, Ringsted, who gave the anaesthetics. Alma Madison, R. N., cared for the patients, who were Ruth Ellen Humphrey, Alden Reyman and Donald Utof. Party Loaves for Louisiana- Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod left last week Wednesday to join her brother, Elmer Luedtke, Britt, and her sisters, Mrs. William Ax, Garner, and Mesdames George and Arthur Schoenwetter, Liberty, for a trip to Jennings, La., to spend two weeks with another sister, Mrs. Carl Suckow. Surprise for Henry Schneider— A surprise party was given at Henry Schneider's Sr. Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Schneider's birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hart man and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hartnmn, near Lone Rock the Henry Schneiders Jr., and the Herman Schneiders. Bofoert Kratise Ifas Operation- Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause, was taken to a Fairmont hospital Saturday evening for a mastoid operation, and Mrs. Krause remained with him a few days. .IValther Leagues in fief-Together— The Walther League was guest of the Fairville league at a lawn social at the Fairville church Friday evening. Thirty members of the two leagues were present. Pioneer Pastor Here Dead— The Rev. H. J. Schmidt died in Canada June 10. He was Methodist pastor here some 40 years ago. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennan, of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, Mrs. Alice Cairy, the Mike Mergens, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly. Harold McDonald, and Milo Besch, all of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley Sr., Fairmont, had a, Glidden. Wilbert Holldorf, his children and Mrs. Carrie Voight spent Sun day at the Methodist camp at the Okobojis with the Rev. Mr. Snyder his family, and Mrs. Holldorf wh( have a cottage there and are at tending a Bible Conference. Mrs. Enos Wrede, Burt, forrnerlj Elvira Krause, entertained las week Tuesday. Attending from Fen ton were Mesdames Truman John son, C. F. Wogener, Clarenci Theesfield, and Alvin Zumach. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod, son Maurice, Mrs. Emma Curry, Fran: Curry, Ethel Weber, and Mr. an Mrs. Clarence Osborn attended family reunion at E. L. Baker's Armstrong, Sunday. Frank Bailey, his children, Mar jorie, Johnnie, Dona Jean, an Hadley, and Mrs. Kate Newel wer entertained at Dr. Archie Whit low's, Armstrong, Sunday. Dr. E. W. Ruske left Monday t attend a national dental conven tion, and his office will be close till Friday morning. He was ac companied by Mrs. Ruske. Frank Curry and Ethel Webe. Belvidere, 111., arrived Saturday fo a week with Frank's mother, Mrs Emma Curry, who will accompan her son to Illinois. S. E. Straley attended a run. letter carriers convention at Cher okee Friday and Saturday. E Priebe substituted on the ma route here. The Bonner Iversons, Graettin ger, visited at Will Donahue's, Wai ter Weisbrod's, and Charles Stein beck's Sunday. All are forme neighbors. Veneta Voight, employed at th Hotel Kermore, Emmetsburg, i spending two weeks with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight. Mrs. Peter Neu and August Priester, Whittemore, visited at T H. Bohn's last week Tuesday. Mrs Bohn is a niece of Mrs. Neu, Editor Schwartz, his family, an Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage an Edith were entertained at Han Wilberg's, Ringsted, Sunday, Mabel Schlecting, Klemme, is a Elmer Weisbrod's, assisting wit! household duties while Mrs. Weis brod is in Louisiana. Mrs. Harlowe Johnson, Cylinder visited her children and her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss, las week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newel and Mrs Rose Riehenbacker, Hartley, wer supper guests at John Newel's Fri day. The Henry Ehms, Des Moines visited Saturday and Sunday a Robert and Ernest Voettler's. The A. H. Krauses went to Iowa Falls to visit at the F. C. Bailey last week Wednesday. Jacob Zweifel suffered an attack of gallstones Friday and was ser iously ill a few days. Julia Bergum, Bancroft", forme, neighbor of the Henry Utof's, vis ited them last week. The W. F. Lakins, Estherville spent Sunday at John Sspe's. The Peter Jansens, Sibley, were it Harry Haase's Sunday. St. Joe News The ball game here Sunday ended in a score of 8-2 in favor of Wesley. The Matt Beckers, near Burt, visited relatives here Sunday. John Reiling had an attack' of quinsy last week. Louis Schmidt has a new Farm- All tractor. Peter Becker is nursing a sprained wrist. Norbert Frideres was slclc last week. BRIDE GUEST AT MEET OF ST, JOE CLUB St. Joe, Aug. 8—The Friendb club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Laurence Hanson, Mrs. J. B McNeill assisting hostess. Mrs. R V .Fitch and Mrs. Robert Casey had charge of entertainment, which was a shower for Mrs. John Gangwere. Doorstops were also made from old catalogs. Late in the afternoon lunch was served to 35 persons. The next meeting will be at Mrs. William Metzen's. Attend "West Hond Funernl— Among persons here who attended the Frank Kinkacle funeral at Sts. Peter and Paul's church, West Bend, Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. George Schaller, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Nicholas Wagner, Adeline Illg, and Mike Brass. Cnr's Steering Genr Balks- Thomas Melamphy escaped a sar- ious accident one evening last week. The steering gear of his model T Ford coach became disconnected, and the car ran into a post as he was leaving the Henry Zie- met Sr. farm. The car needed only a fwe repairs. Ont Tields Tary Greatly- Most threshing crews are near :he end of their runs. In some cases the oats did not yield as well as had been expected. The yield varied from 11 to 35 bushels an acre. Son for Raymond Met/ens— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzen ire parents of a boy, born last week Wednesday at William Metzen's. They have one other ihild, also a boy. Ifnrold Reding Has Operation- Harold Reding had an operation 'or rupture at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, one day last week. • Other St. Joe. The Tom Devines had as Sunday juests Mrs. Merrill, Mrs. Devine's -iather, her brother, a sister, Mrs. De Vaul, the latter's daughter Mary Jane, and two other sisters, unmarried, all of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer :ook Mrs. Kramer's sisters, Hilda ind Arlene Phillips, to Mason City Sunday, and the girls thence took DUS to their home at Owatonna, Minn., after a week here. The Forrest Harmons have gone to Wisconsin to visit Mrs. Harmon's people. In recent weeks Vlr. Harmon had been employed at Bernard Devine's. They formerly lived at Livermore. The Jack Devines, of Hutchins, were recent visitors here, and their daughter Ruth, -\vlio had spent a week or so at Tom Devine's, went home with them. Rita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Becker, observed her 12th birthday Monday. A large birthday cake bearing 12 candles was served. Mrs. Matt Kirsch, Mrs. Henry Thilges, and Mrs. John Reding, the latter of Chicago, spent last Thursday with Mrs. H, Peck, West Bend Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hennepin. of Foxholm, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs Michael Wagner, Mallard, visited the Wagners Saturday, Kathryn Wright and Peter Clemens, St. Paul, were recent visitors at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's and Nick Bormann's Jr. Theodore Schroeder, Wesley, and his daughter Margaret were Fri day evening visitors at Mrs, Lucy Wagner's, George Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs George Becker, is spending the week at James Becker's, near Ot tosen. Mr. and'Mrs. Herman Becker, o near Livermorii, were Sunday visi tors at the pa:ental John Becker's Mrs. Ann Kempko, Pocahontas and her son Roy were recent vis itors at Thomas Beckerr,. Martin McGuire, who has been having sciatic rheumatism, is get ting around on crutches. Foqr Cor Through error it was said thai the F. C. Mothers & Daughters club was to meet with Mrs. Susie Witham last Thursday. The meeting is this week Thursday, L. J. Lowman, Evelyn Nickerson Ella Haag, Ligonier, Ind., and Howard Lowman, near Sexton, left Friday for Colfax, 111., where the Lowman brothers are visiting relatives. Evelyn Nickerson was to visit with relatives at Cullom and Pontiac, 111., and Miss Haag, who had spent two weeks with the Carl Seips, and the Clyde Bristows, near Burt, went home. Howard Lowman will return after the Lowman reunion, but L. J. plans to make an extended stay. Mr. and Mrs. N. R, Robinson who had been visiting relatives ai Spirit Lake and Spencer, acme to C. N. Robinson's Saturday evening Mr. Henry Coles Sr., Clinton Minn., daughter Katie, son Henry Jr., and another daughter, Mrs George Weineam, Ortonville, Minn, and her son Fred were visitors at Carl Seip's last week. A picnic took place at the state park Sunday in honor of the guests, and others present were the George Dunn John Seip, and Kelly Burtis families, Algona, and the Oliver Elmores, Winnebago, Minn,; the Don Fraziers, near Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hobbs, Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Twiehaus, Piper City, 111., and their daughter Jean arrived at J. P. Nickerson's Saturday for a two weeks visit. The Nickersons, their guests, Mrs. Alta Lowman, and her children, Jimrnie and Iris, visited the grotto at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Mr. Twiehaus is a brother >f Mrs. Nickerson. Arnold Elbert and his sister ?armel went to Iowa City last Thursday, and brought home Mrs. Toseph Elbert and Arnold's week- Id son, Billle Joe, who was taken here a week ago Saturday for medical treatment. The baby is ow doing well. Threshing is going on rapidly in pile of heavy bundles. This week vill finish up all but a couple pf obs Jn this neighborhood. Do You Know? that Chilean nitrate field workers bet on who can hold a stick of dynamite with a lighted fuse the longest? :to help an- Manchester, came last week In the Baptist church's ' nlversary celebration. Orvllle, son of Mrs. Nellie son, of Mitchell, S. D., came day for two weeks with his Mrs. Anna Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Moser, bert Lea, spent Sunday with Moser's mother, Mrs. Wm. Gunner Stenstrum and are spending their vacation Paul at Peter Stenstrum's. Mrs. Harma Dolley, of Fit is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Heathershaw. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson children spent Sunday in Spencer MANNERS AT TABLE, TOPIC OF 4-H CLUB Lu Verne, Aug. 8—Table Manners was the subject discussed by the 4-H club girls at a meeting last week Wednesday at the home of Emma Voss. The discussion was led by Doris Genrich and Dolores Voss. The canning of string beans was demonstrated. Each girl was required to bring and can beans from her own garden. The club will send a demonstration team to the county fair and is making plans to have an exhibit in the 4-H lub building. Doris Genrich will represent the club in the annual health contest. The next meeting will be in two weeks at Marvel Davidson's. There were ten members in attendance at the Voss meeting. Mrs. Scribner to Reunion- Mrs. George Scribner, Betty, and Georgia Mae left Friday for Fort Dodge and thence accompanied the daughter, Mrs. Ellis Eno, to Manlius, 111., for a family reunion Sunday. Pearl and Marie Scribner, who have been spending the summer in Illinois, will return --vith them. Edward has been with his sister, Mrs. Earl Saxton, of Hardy, during the absence of his mother, Evangelical IV. M. S. Meets- Fifteen members and two guests attended an Evangelical W. M. S. meeting at Mrs. Henry Marty's last Thursday. The president, Mrs. Fred Merkle, had charge of a devotional 1 period, after which Marie Fritzemeier reviewed two chapters of the mission study book, Eastern Women Today and Tomorrow. Missionary Women Plan Year— The Methodist missionary society met last Thursday at Mrs. Ray Stone's, ten women attending. Mrs. Peter Thompson had charge of devotionals, and the rest of the time was taken up with discussion of next year's program and plans for the year. The hostess served lunch. >V. G. R-lanclian is Dead- Word came Monday that a former resident, W. G. Blanchan, had died near Britt. He was the father of Mrs. William Thompson here. Mrs. Blanchan died some years ago. Burial of Mr. Blanchan was to be in the family lot at Britt. He was about 65. New Janitor for Schoolhouse— Fred Tiede was chosen janitor by the school board, He succeeds H. J. Smith, who had been janitor several years. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. Jennie Levier had a visit last week Wednesday from e nephew, I. W. Ringer, of Seattle his wife, and son. Mr. Ringer is president of a meat packnig association unit at Seattle, and he had been attending an annual conven* tion at Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty, Lottie Mason, and Mrs. J. L. Lichty drove to Des Moines Monday to at tend "Clerk's day," sponsored by the Grocers Wholesale company. Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Bobby accompanied the former's sister Francis and Martha Kabele, Goldfield, on a trip to visit relatives at Atlantic early in the week. Maynard Spooner returned Saturday from a trip in the East, where he attended an Equitable Life Association meeting at New York City. Mrs. C. H. Lichty and her son Lee drove to Toledo Sunday to visit relatives and to get Grace Lichty, who had been there a week. Alice Wolf, nurse at the Lu theran hospital, Hampton, was week-end guest at the Fred Wolf's. parental Esther Fritzemeier is spending a few weeks at home before resuming her duties as teacher at Lena 111. Mrs. Jas. O'Connor is still low, and Mrs. J. J. Huber is helping Mrs, Jennie Levier care for her. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman and Lottie and Jennie Mason visited at Tom Mason's, Clarion, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Woito, of Lawton, were guests at the parental W. H. Woito's last' week. Mrs. Minnie Fechner spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. T A Trauger, Algona. I. H. Benedict was sick and unable to be at his store several days last week. Forrest Raney has returned from a few months at H. R. Frei's Reinbeck. ' Pension Applications In Emmet county up to a week or ten days ago no fewer than 116 applications for old age pensions had been filed, according to the county social worker. Emmet county has only 12 townships, and he population is some 13,000. compared with 28 townships in Kosuth and a population of 25,000* Seventeen Baptised at Em'burg Sunday Water baptismal services were conducted at Medium Lake, Emmetsburg, Sunday by the Foursquare "Gospel girls." Twelve cars left the local tent at 11:30, and a picnic lunch was served at an Emmetsburg park, where park officials furnished reserved tables. Fifty-four Algonians attended and other persons at Emmetsburg joined in a musical program and services preceding the baptismal services. Seventeen persons were baptised. An Emmetsburg life guard kept order, and there were many onlookers. All candidates for baptism were dressed in white. It is understood that when the "Gospel girls" leave a permanent worker will be stationed at Algona. FORMER S, C, PASTOR LOSES DAUGHTER, 2 Swea City, Aug. 7—The Rev. E. C. Stauffer, of Blooming Prairie, Minn., who filled the Baptist pulpit Sunday night, was called home Monday morning by the illness of his little two year-old daughter. The. child died Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. George Siem- eon's left Tuesday morning to be with Mr. and Mrs. Stauffer. The anniversary picnic planned for Tuesday night in the town park was abandoned. McDowells Yisiting Home Toivn— The Rev. and Mrs. G. R, McDowell left last week Tuesday on a three weeks vacation trip to Meadville, Pa., the birthplace and old home of both Mr. and Mrs. McDowell. The family will also spend a couple of days at the fair in Chicago. There will be no preaching services in the Methodist church till they return. Teacher Hack from Studies— Supt. and Mrs. R. H. Schuler have returned from the state university where he has been studying this summer for a master's degree. They spent a few days with Mrs. Schuler's parents in Sioux City before coming home. They are at home in the cottage vacated by J. 0. Seylar in the south part of town. Tenches Apnin at Manchester- Lucille Thomson came Wednesday for a few weeks stay before re- turn-ing to Manchester, where she will take up her work as music director in the public school. She has been spending her vacation at Bonnie Lake farm, Cross Lake Minn. Bibs Broken by Pall- Norman Anderson was injured severely a week ago Monday when he slipped while filling a water wagon for a threshing machine. He fell on a stock tank in such a way as to break several ribs besides other bruises. Attending Reunion in Missouri— Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnson left Saturday for Revere, Mo., to visit C. S. and V. L. Johnson, and to attend a reunion of the family. They plan to be gone a week. Geo. Celanders In Vislfr- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Celander of Green Mountain, visited relatives and friends here last week. Mr Celander is assistant cashier of the Green Mountain bank. Return from World's^ Fair— Anna and Lillian Linde, Emma poison and Roger Linde returned from Chicago, where they spent last week at the World's fair. Lone Rock Is Defeated— 5-2 in kittenball Friday uTght. Other Swea City. Mrs F. B. Brocksus and daughter Bernadine, Mrs. Catherine Campbell, of Waterloo, Mrs Ea "l Quitmyer, of Aurora, la. spent last week at F. J. Thomson's Mrs Campbell is Mrs. Thomson's moth: er, and Mrs. Quitmeyer and Mrs Brocksus are her sisters. Those from out of town who at- 40th Ander- Satur- aunt of Al- Mr Norrls mother in St i* t>i ! Fairmont Sam and Council Minutes 94.19 64.41 62.41 2.4B 24.34 Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Full's inrt "!}*« Virginia speni a few days Sioux Falls visiting at Claude " . Kenneth Thomson. Mrs Beat tie and Mrs. Thompson are cout Mr. and Mrs. Dell Vanslyk'e of ' Will Mottf' o Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Bolln, pf Algona, Iowa, July 26, 1934—City council met in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 145.0C Leo Bollock, salary _ 129.0C Tom Halpin, salary 120.0C Walter Carman, salary 120.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary Ray Barton, salary Adah Carlson, salary 125.0C C. C. Wright, salary 70.00 Klipto Loose Leaf Co., mdse. 59.67 J. R. Kearney Corp., mdse. 16.71 Line Material Co., mdse. 13.41 Electric Supply Co., mdse. 6.74 General Electric Supply Co., indso. Westlnghouse Electric Sup ply Co., mdse. Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. Shell Petroleum Corp, mdse. 203.65 Tropical Paint & Oil Co., mdse. Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. 3.98 McMaster-Carr Supply Co mdse. 55.79 The Bristol Co., mdse. _. 5.81 Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. 2.78 White Eagle Oil Corp. Lubricating oil 152.13 Forbes Petroleum Co.', Gas oil 208.76 C. M. St. P. Ry. Frt. on gas and oil 556.80 Simons Bros Garage, repairs 2.11 W. A. Richardson, painting 22.25 Christensen Bros. Co. mdse 1.49 Nelson Hdwe, mdse. 1.77 E. W. Hanson, repairs and labor 293.9 Ralph Elbert, repairs, _. 1.02 Western Union, service.- 8.99 Skelly Oil Co. Gas & oil 10.59 NW Bell Tel. Co. service 20.51 Ernst Thiel, meter reading • 24.32 Cresco Union Electric Co. sign 2.46 H. W. Post, frt & dray__ 56.63 Roy Lee et al refund deposit 25.00 A. H. Borchardt, mdse.__ 1.58 Chas Wagner et al labor_ 229.2; Ry. Express Agency, Ex. 2.4S Advance Pub. Co., printing 2.6C Standard Oil Co., mdse. 5.15 Treas. of State 206.30 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 115.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 95.00 Harry Barton, salary 30.00 Harry Barton, salary - 30.00 Earl Bowman, labor 106.50 Lloyd Hauback, labor 8.40 Neptune Meter Co. mdse. 2.0-1 H. Channon Co., mdse 11.79 Crane Company, mdse 8.36 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil__ 14.90 American Air Filter Co., mdse 40.10 Geo. Holtzbauer, mdse ___ 49.95 Laing & Muckey, mdse 3,7C GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary 108,00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump 12.50 Tom Akre, rent 10.42 M. J, Duffy, county treasurer, beer permits 412.50 F. W. Green, dogs 3.00 Jaines Burns, spec, police 3.5C C. W. Davenport, spec, police 3. 50 Roy Larson, spec, police.- 3.50 Abel Behrends, spec, police 3 5C Vern Scobba et al refund poll tax i 50 Telephone Co., service"""' 349 Harms Oil Co., gas & oil 13^7 Laird & McCullough, chairs 75 Ralph Elbert, repairs"!!" U.W E. W. Lusby, mdse, i 28 Tire Ser. Co., mdse!"!!" 4~53 Haggard & Waller, print. 12'lO Jesse Lashbrook, salary,. 3000 Jesse Lashbrook, salary., 30.00 Elliott Skilling, man & team K « Rn Willard n Wl8 ° team « 7 9ft Oliver Bakken, labor"!!!! i^OO Oliver Bakken, labor _ J2 00 Frank Skilliug, labor .."! 45 60 George Gunder, labor 57 so Louis Hagg, labor ....I" gjj I. Holcomb Mfg. Co mdse. " 117R Standard Oil Co., mdse" 72 81 Ross Coleman, gravel, ..!! « 75 Kosuth County, Imp. Com- Pany. mdse _. , M Nelson Hdwe. Co.'mdse" Helberg's Garage mdse Ry Express Agency, ex! «•• u. James, mdse. Kent Mo t or Co., gas &" o Tl Sid Spear et al labor. 133 60 Firemen's Insurance Co" shed insurance . '. 44 R r j^SSttftriF : SSSffi&Hi" I SS£?a°y5&» 1 StfKitftfe : fi&^s-ase s 6.31 1.35 T • --*• » \,. \j\J, JJJMRP Laing & Mucke d "— United Chemical Co " J&'W'£? w <*ks; HT "no YvorKs, mase Advance Pub Co. «fe c r w , C. C Wright, salary Skelly oil Co. gas g oil" w v ,, SEWE R FUND" ™ Kelly> 6alar y -W. Post, frt & dray "" .10 2.17 16.00 1.81 12.63 59.64 1.94 1.00 45.00 .53 25.00 1.08 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP HEARING ON Al'1'1,1 CATION FOR 'EXEMPTION PROM TAX REDUCTION LAW, To Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that at 8 o'clock p. m. on the 20th day of August, 1934, at W. J. Stewart's home In Portland township, Iowa, there will be conducted a hearing .,„ on the application of tho Portland by Township School District for ox-'ns o emption from Chapter 123, Laws'of the 45th G. A., known as tho Bcatty-Bennett tax reduction law, because of the following reasons: repair work and excessive higii school tuition. At said hearing any interested taxpayer may appear and file objections either written or oral in reference to the exemption set out above, the application for which is now pending in the office of the State Comptroller. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 4th day of August, 1934. LOUIS BARTLETT. 47 MRS. AGNES STEWART. poratior i All for r Ins t of AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION. Know All Men by These Presents: That at a general meeting of tho stockholders of the Algona Building & Loan Association, a corporation duly organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, held at the corporation's principal place of business in Algona, Iowa, on the 7th day of June, A. D. 1934, after duo and legal notice had been given to the stockholders thereof in ni '' IT FURTHER conformity with its articles of in- ' rlmt Article X of corporation and tho laws of the J ncoi 'Pf>ration of the state, at which the requisite ma-l lnK aml J'Oan AsMda'iiT jorlty of the stock of said corpora- wilh n " amendments lit' tion was represented, the following rc l 1c -ilod, and in ij cu «J amendments were adopted by the foll <wi"K provisions are stockholders of said Company, as as Art 'e!o X of said ' shown below: m,-™,.,,.:,,... IllK A 'S oclatlo n ° Ut a11 of i llV ^ shall 1,0 Portion li ..BffSSj '»™'™".'rS*?' and Loan originally 11(111 expenses shall Total number of shares outstanding 223G Total number shares of stock represented at this meeting. 987 Total number shares of stock voted in favor of amendment 937 AMENDMENTS " RESOLVED, That Article III of the Articles of Incorporation of the Algona Building and Loan Association be amended by striking out all of Article III of said Articles of Incorporation, and inserting as Article III of the said Articles of Incorporation the following: Article in. Purpose- and Towers. The general nature of tho business to bo transacted by this corporation and the purposes for which this Association is formed shall be to raise money to be loaned to its members, to enable its members to invest their savings; to enable the borrowers to purchase real estate, build houses, buildings, and make improvements thereon; also to acquire, hold, encumber, and convey such real estate and personal property as may be legitimately pledged to it in loans or may be otherwise transferred to it in due course of its business, also to buy real estate, erect buildings and make improvements thereon, to rent and sell real estate and to do any and all acts which may be necessary to carry out the intents and purposes of this corporation. The object of the corporation being to promote and assist residents of Kossuth county, Iowa, to acquire a home by enabling its members to invest small sums monthly on one hand, and on the other hand to provide money with which they may build homes and pay for them In monthly installments and at a fair rate of interest. It is further RESOLVED that Article V of said Articles of Incorporation of said Algona Building and Loan Association he amended by striking out all of Article V as originally written and inserting in lieu thereof the following as Article V of the Articles of Incorporation of said corporation: Article Y. Plan of Making Loans. The plan of making loans by this Association shall be as follows: The funds of the Association shall be loaned to Us members only and secured by mortgage on real estate situated within the limits of Kossuth county. Iowa, and by the assignment of the Certificates of Stock as collateral. The rate of Interest shall be not to exceed eight per cent per annum, which shall be paid to the Association in monthly Installments on the dates on which the monthly Installments on shares become due. Persons desiring loans shall file with the Secretary a written application on blanks furnished by the Association. All applications for loans and • the security offered therefor must be examined and passed upon by the Board of Directors at a regular or a special meeting, and If accepted the applicant shall procure at his own expense and file with the Secretary a certified abstract of title of the real estate offered as security, and shall also pay the actual and reasonable expenses of closing the loan, Including the fees for recording of mortgages and releases. The Directors shall determine who shall be entitled to the loan of the funds on hand. It Is further RESOLVED that Article VI of said Articles of Incorporation of said Algona Build- Ing and Loan Association be . amended by striking out all of Ar- ., 4 i tide VI as originally written and **"*' Inserting In lieu thereof the following as Article VI of the Artl- , cles of Incorporation of said cor- , ; poratlonr Article YI, Plan of Distributing Profits. . Ttie net profits arising from the receipt of Interest, fines, withdrawals, transfer fees and other sources, aftfr the payment of the expenses and losses, if any, shall upon the first] day of January and the first' day of July of each year, be apportioned pro rata among the share owners according to the average book value .of each; corporation: Article X. Capita] St Shares, Tho Capital Stock Corporation shall be km linn Dollars, which stoJ bo divided into shares, ultimate par value olC drrd Dollars (.5100,()j"| T no capital stock slal virled into four (i) known as 'Class 1 "Class B Stock," „ Stock," and "Class DS The stock shall be p.. in the following manner! full par value of One I Dollars ($100.00) peri "Hass A Stock", pay,., time of issuance. Upe, shares of such fully paid J dividends shall be paid li at each dividend per finr.h rate as may bel. the Board of Directors,li to oxceed eight pet c (89'r) per annum, andi event shall tho rate of d so declared on such sh. fully paid stock exseedt of dividend declared t er stock of this Asso All such shares of stock! be subject to be called ta| redeemed by this Ass by giving the holder . thirty (30) days notice f The sum of One Dollar \\ per share on "Class B! seventy-five cents (j.?5 share on "Class C Sta Fifty Cents ($.50) persli "Class D Stock',' each i in advance and ivhti amounts so paid, together) the earnings apportioned li share (less the proportt share of losses (if any) t the par value of such !• such stock shall cease til dividends and shall bfj deemed at par. No persoil hold more than One Hn (100) shares of stock at] one time. The President and Seen the corporation were duly I ed and directed to sip,' edg.e record and publish things which are by Hi quired to execute, comi carry into effect the above! merits to the Articles of 1" tion, of said corporation. We, H. R. Cowan and 6j Barre, chairman and •" jjttri u» (jiiwiiLwi*" — — said meeting, do hereby c above to be a true state- proceedings of the st« the above named meew . Signed: H. R. COWAN, C. R. LABARRB, N In conformity with ™ ' resolutions we, the P« , Secretary of said co executed this in do hereby sign and same for and n corporation this 1934 H. R. COW C. R. LABARRB. OF IOWA, it reme mbered, , say that they are W ' secretary, respectivel gona Building & " tion and that saM signed and sealed corporation by 8 stockholders, and knowledged said the voluntary act and corporation, by them ELI 0 tary Coun' STORAGEow Long Disk- Every l° a( * U0U****O llmfML i PHONE W JS

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