Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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PAGl BURT GIRL IS THE BRIDE OF WESLEY YOUFH Burt, Sept. 4—Hannabelle Gtd dings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G C. Giddings, was married Monday afternoon at the home of her par ents, to Guy Carlson, son of Mr and Mrs. John Carlson, Wesley, the Rev. S. II. Aten officiating. Onl. the immediate family were present The newlyweds left for Chicago for a ten days visit with relatives and will also attend the Century o. Progress exposition. The new Mrs Carlson is a graduate of the B. H school and took nurses training at Iowa City. Mnny Hurt Girls Teaching— Winsome Volentine resumed school work at Sanborn Monday. Lura Sewick is teaching at Forest City this year. Nelda Volentine is teaching a rural school south of Algona. Maybelle Gray began her first year of teaching in the McWhorter school Monday. Letha Mann is again teaching the Voleu- tine school north of Burt. The Strayer school south of Burt will not open this fall, but the children of the district will go to the Burt school. Lena Bennett taught the school last year. Times Piuiiily Gather Sunday- Mr, and Mrs. Jack Johnson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. Thaves and Clarence Thaves, all of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Thaves Madrid. Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Kramer and daughter Ruby, Buffalo Center Emma and Louise Thaves and LouiH Thaves, Lakota, spent Sunday at the Ed Thaves home. They and their guests and the J. G Thaves family had a picnic dinner at Call park and visited the grotto at West Bend in the afternoon. Biitterniakw Koetinun on Vacation Bultermaker L. E. Roetman, wife and daughter left Saturday morning for a visit with Mrs. Roetman's parents at New London. They also expect to visit the world's fair before returning home. Mrs. Roetman's brother, Ross Waters, who lias spent the past two months here with her, returned home with them to resume his school work. Charles Olson will substitute for Mr. Roetman at the creamery during his absence. Reunion Honors Relatives— Mrs. Susie Trunkhill and daughters Bessie. Marjorio, and Vera, and her son Jonks and his wife and baby, all of Evansville, Wis., spent the week-end at the Fred Lavrenz home. On Sunday the J. P and Mennett Trunkhills and the E. C. Sandersons were all present at a family reunion. Eldon and Herbert Bush were also guests. Mrs. Walter Sorensnn in Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson went to Savannah, Mo., Thursday, where Mrs. Sorenson was to consult a physician. Mr. Sorenson returned Friday, but Mrs. Sorenson remained for treatment. Mr. Sorenson went back again Saturday, Inking with him Mrs. Sorenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bier- stodt, of Lone Rock. New Teacher Sprained Anlde— Erna Baars, Prairie du Sac, Wis., who is the new music teacher here, met with an accident while on her way to Burt, and will be unable to begin her duties for a day or two. She sprained her ankle when changing trains at Webster City PORTLAND PARAGRAPH IS The 4-H club met at A. A. Godfredson's Saturday to finish the things for the county fair. Mrs. Chas. Larson and her daughter Beulah and Lauretta spent last Thursday at Mankato. Luther Fairbanks left for Junction City, Kans., Sunday for two weeks of army aviation. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, Seneca, and Mrs. Bemardsen, Mankato, and two daughters were dinner guests at Chas. Larson's last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Garnie Hood entertained 17 guests at a farewell party for ewis Hood Saturday evening. Left-is left for Junction City, Kans., with Luther Fairbanks Sunday iiorning, and thence will go to his 'ionic at Aberdeen, Miss. The Thomas Trenarys got home Friday from three weeks In the Black Hills and with relatives at Arnegaard, N. D. Beulah and Lauretta Larson ook Lura Sewick to Forest City Saturday to teach. Mennet Trunkhill, Stanley Laron, and Anthony Jandl spent Fri- ay at the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann took heir grandaughter, Lois Mann, to Jecorah Friday to attend the high chool and stay with her aunt, Mrs. Villlam Wagner. The Manns came ome Sunday. Edward Stewart went to Cedar alls Sunday to make arrangements o attend the Teachers college. Mrs. Verald E. Smith and her vo children have returned to their home at Milwaukee, after a of months with Mrs Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Graver. Wilfred Stewart, of CCC, Forest City spent the week-end with his parents. Ted Rlngsdorf accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf to Brltt- on, S. D., Monday to visit h|s brother Earl and Ross. Lyle Ward, who had been _ James Shipler's, has left for his home at Box Elder, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. William Bilsbor- took home their children, who hal been visiting there. Mrs. Susie Tunkhill, three i , laugh- lers, and Ihe Jinks Trimkhills, Evansville, Wis., spenl from Salur- day lo Monday al John r 'runk- hill's, and Sunday all wer<> dln- home, Burt. linner r ening near Mrs. Archie Burger, son and Verna Stewart were guests last week Tuesday e at the Herman Wise home, Sexton. 'Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and her two daughters came home last Thursday from a week with relatives at Grinnell and Waterloo. Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill and her daughters spent a couple dajs last KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA couple MARIE HARRIS AND WESLEYAN ARE MARRIED Wesley, Sept. 5—A home wedding took place at Mrs. May Harris's Sexton, at high noon last Wednesday when her daughter Marie at the Helen became the bride of W. Milton Gldlngs, of Wesley. A pink and white color scheme was carried out in, decorations and menu. The bride _,. i. * 1 i. * u^v-v/l 11, Liu LI o tlUU 11J.UL1U. J. 11U Ul IUC ough, Algona, were dinner guests at was dressed in an ankle-length pink Tony Jandl's Sunday, and *--'- •" silk crepe gown with white accessories and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and feverfew. The bridegroom wore Oxford gray. The couple entered preceded by the clergyman, the Rev. I. C. McNulty, and took their places, as th bride's sister, Mrs. Homer Ander the conference and picnic for the Algona district of the Methodist church at the Ambrose A. Call state park Monday. Irene Johnson and Ethel Flom are among pupils who begin high school here this year. They came from north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts left Saturday morning for Langdon, N. D., on business. They were to return Tuesday, Anna Flom went to Brltt Monday to begin her second year in lunior college. 66.60 team Elliott Skilllngj man and team - 38.40 Louis Hagg, labor Frank Skilllng, labor 48.60 6100 George Gunder, labor 61.50 George Gunder, labor 7.20 Four Corners al Ihe Fred Livrenzjson, of Algona, played Lohengrin' wedding march. Mary Harris the Leroy, sang, Oh, Promise Me, and the Re Mr. McNulty performed the singl week with the former's aunt Mrs. William Bilsborough, Algona Mrs. Ray Bierstedt, Lone Rock, and a son spent last week at C. E. Sigbee's. RICH POINT LOCALS and was taken there. to the hospital Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, of urt, were Sunday guests at the Porbus Stiltz home. Maxine Devine, of Union, visited several days last week with her aunt, Mrs. R. H. Skilling. Mary Black and Norma Raney arrived home Sunday morning after a week in Chicago visiting relalives and altending the World's fair. Mary began teaching a rural school in Cresco Monday. Martin Becker, of Burt, shelled his sealed corn on the Lewis farm one day last week. The Beckers lived on the Lewis farm last year. Irene, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius went to Mason City, Monday to attend Hamilton Business college. She was a graduate of St. Cecelia's academy in Algona last spring. Dorothy Sclmlz went to Lu Verne township Monday to begin her second year of teaching there. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burtis, of Mason City, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gcdfrey and son Dick, are again at their farm and plan to remain to supervise silo filling. Betty and Louise Carey, of Sioux City, spent lasl week visiling a cousin, Marjorie Johnson. Thel girls were guests of Roberta Skilling Wednesday. John Frankl, of Algona, ispent last week with Edmund Cap Fred Geigel has been bus- past week rebuilding his bari making repairs in the other ings on his farm. jsius. • the and uild- Pauline Black came homei last Thursday from the Algona comlry club, where she worked lasl Summer. She went to Cresco towjiship Monday and will teach a rural school there this year. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson and Russell Kelley drove to ;Fort Dodge Sunday to attend a John- Mrs. John McGuire visited her son family reunion. L Lone Rock Collegians Reserve Rooms- Charles Hanna, Paul Kriethe Jr., and Gardner Patterson went to Iowa City Monday, where Paul made arrangements for a room as he will attend the university this year. Charles went to Cedar Rapids on a similar errand, as he expects to attend Coe. Methodist S. S. Kcelects— At a meeting of the Methodist Sunday school board a week ago Monday evening, the present officers were all re-elected for another year. Harold Hobson is supeiin- tendent. Home from Chicago— G. J. F. Vogel, W. H. Vogel and son Willis and Merwyn Bahling returned Friday from a few days at the world's fair. The Messrs. Vogel lived in Chicago as boys. Three Taking Business Courses— Beada Kollasch and Dale Kennedy entered Hamilton Business college at Mason City Monday. Pearl Woltz also went back to resume her work there. Observe Birthday With Party- Richard Smith and Elton Elston celebrated their birthdays together with a party at the Smith home for a number of boy friends last week Tuesday afternoon. School Enrollment Totals 103— School opened Monday with 303 enrolled in high school and several more yet to be enrolled, one of the largest enrollments ever had here. Mrs, Ward Loses Brother- Mrs. Hiram Ward was called to Buffalo f'enter Monday by the death of her brother, Henry Fries- enberg. Ladies' Aid to Armstrong— The local Ladies' Aid soci invited to a guest day at Armstrong this afternoon. Georgette Davison, who had visited the L, R. Rodericks two weeks, returned last Thursday to her home at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lee, all of St. Joe, Mo., spent Saturday night at R. L. Padgett's. Mrs. Melvin Hawks and her children have returned from a few weeks at the Charles Hawks home, Spirit Lake. Mrs. Clinton La Bar, of Austin, Minn., left Sunday for Dolliver to visit sisters, after a week here with relatives. Beulah Gladstone and her mother drove to Estherville Salurday, and Beulah attended a county teachers' meeting. The Clyde Fosters, Grinnell, visited Friday and Saturday at the Eugene Hofius and I. W. Nelson homes. Mrs. Howard McChesney and Mrs. Oscar Earing spent Friday at Sutherland with the John Sones family. Jesse Blanchard Jr. helped P. M. Chrislenson show Hereford callle at the Humboldt county fair last week. Mrs. Lillian Worthington returned Sunday from Estherville, where she has spent a month with her son Enos. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted, were Sunday dinner guests at Glenn Sharp's. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard spent a few days last week at Wayne Richmond's, near Armstrong. The Emil Krafts were Sunday dinner guests at Henry Schultz's, Emmetsburg. Frank Macumber, employed at Fort Dodge, spent the week-end at home. The Chris Longs, Algona, were Sunday guests of I. W. Nelson':;. Helen Murray, Algona, spent last week at Charles Bierle's. Former Algonian Owns Fast Houses Dr. Forrest W. Cairy, forrneb Al- gonian connected with a Siouxfcity serum plant, has developed a ! fast racing horse, according to j the Whitlemore Champion. Us name is Prairie King, and al the state] fair a week ago Saturday it won a keck and neck race in 1:02 3-5. Doctor Cairy owns other racing horses, and his string has appeared many tracks. ring ceremony. Pictures were tak en, and a two-course wedding din ner served, at which Ihe wailress es, Mrs. Julius Seller, and Emm Spongberg, wore pink and whil aprons of crepe paper. Bui for thes two the bride's close friends anc the Rev. and Mrs. McNulty, guest were all relatives. Marie taughl rural schools nea Wesley for several years, and las year taught the Sexlon school. Mil ton is the youngesl son of Mr. anc. Mrs. A. E. Giddings, and is farming a mile easl of town. Following a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. Giddings will be at home in norlh Wesley. Former Wesleynn Is Dead- Burial services, preceded by lov mass al St. Joseph's church, were held here at eight o'clock Saturdaj morning for Michael Schrauth, o Geneva, 111., formerly of Wesley Mr. Schrauth would have been 68 had he lived until September 14 With his wife and their youngei children, he left the vicinity for Geneva, 111., in 1919. Mr. Schrautr was born at Petzstaat, Germany and came to America at 18. He farmed for some years near Weslt Brooklyn, 111., and was married to Barbara Smith in February, 1894 Some time later the family moved to Hancock county and subsequently lo a farm four miles north of Wesley, owned by Mr. Schrauth. and now occupied by his son Berard. Mr. Schrauth died August 28 of pleuro-pueumonia following a two weeks sickness. His widow, five children, and 18 grandchildren survive. Two of the children, Bernard and Mrs. Anna Goetz, are farming in this vicinity. "Wesley Day" Is a Success— The celebration of "Wesley Day" last week Tuesday is pronounced a "howling" success. It was given by the Legion post and business men, and was largely attended. A ferris wheel and various concession games, ball games and the passon- ger plane kept things humming. The parade, which took place at one o'clock, is highly praised by experienced persons. Uncle Sam and Miss Columbia, Ihe states and Si. Benedict The parochial schol, opened Monday again with four teachers [and subjects up to the eighth gradA. Mrs. John Kellner relumed Sunday from Ihe World's fair. She, Mrs. Nick Kinlch and molher, and Mrs. John Erpelding, of Algona, spenl a week in Chicago. ! Mr. and Mrs. Carol Krause and son Glen arrived Saturday afternoon from Chicago to visit Ihe William Arndorfer's and relatives al Algona. 1 Bernie and Eunice Burlingnme, accompanied by Mrs. T. E. "Wick- possessions, Molher Goose characters, a Tom Thumb wedding group, radio characters and many others equally good, made a procession four blocks long, and called forth admiring remarks. Four prizes were awarded. wire and son Paul, and also by Frances Dunlap and Josephine Eisenbarth drove to Des Moines last week Wednesday lo altend the state fair. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm] are parents of an 8-lb. boy born Friday. They now have three children, two girls and a boy. \ Bancroft and St. Benedict played ball here Sunday, Bancroft win- nig 15-3. Irene Fasbender, who is taking beauty culture at the Iowa school in Des Moines, arrived home Saturday for Labor day. Mrs. G. G. Studer, and gn nd- daughters, Bertha Fasender and Louise Arend, arrived last Wednesday after a few weeks visiling rel- alives at Milwaukee and Chicigo. They atlended the World's fair. society is Other Burt News. Mrs. W. F. Powell, who has been spending a month here with her sister, Mrs. Frank Bahling and other relatives, left Friday. Mrs. Alvin Anderson accompanied her to Chicago, where they two were to attend the world's fair. Mrs. Powell will go from there to her home at Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blelch went to Spring Valley, Minn., Thursday to visit their son Albert, who works on a newspaper there. They were also to visit Mr. Bleich's sister, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, at New Richland, Minn., before returning home. b The John Goodells, Sedro-Wooley, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Paulson Forest City visited last week Wednesday wilh Mrs. Bertha Wallace and also called at the G P Hawcotl home. Mr. Goodell is Mrs. Wallace's brolher. The J. O. Isenbergers relumed Tuesday from Des Moines, where they had spent a couple of weeks with their son Berton. Mr. and Mrs. Berlon Isenberger brought them home and visited here until Thursday. Mary Frances and Fern Carney Algona, spenl last week with the! grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R Carney. On Thursday they ai went to Haifa to see Mrs. Joe Mad den, an old friend, who is very ill Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald Mrs. Maude Hanna, Jennie Thomp son, and J. H. Graham went to Lake Okoboji Saturday to attend a democratic meeting at which Gov ernor Herring was speaker. The Geo. Grays took Mrs. Gray's mother to Fort Dodge Saturday to take the train for her home a' Brule, Neb. She has spent most of the summer here and with a son in Minnesota. Joseph Graham returned home from Sioux City a week ago Monday after trying to obtain work so thai he mighl work his way through Morningside college. The Paul Lees moved Wednesday into the new home they recently purchased from Oscar Blanchard. The J. G. Sewicks recently vacated the house. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman and son Lawrence and Wm. Elvidge went to Rowley Friday for a couple of days visit at the Robt. Elvidge home. ( Mrs. Annie Hawcott' and Mrs. G. C. Allen enterlained 20 women at a ten-len parly al the home of the former last Thursday afternoon. Esther Olson, who has been spending the past months with anj aunt at Hollywood, Calif., retuilned home Saturday evening. Charles Hanna returned f-om Fort Des Moines Friday morning. He spent last month at the ciliiens mililary Iraining camp. Katherine Manus began teaching in a rural school near Lu V« rne Monday. She taught the school last year. Mrs. A. G. Volentine and Mrs C. Allen took Winsome Volentin ime Sanborn Salurday, where leaches school. The Eldon Kearns and W. Kearns visited the latter's dai.gh- ter, Mrs. Will Enablt, al Be one Sunday. The Glenn Wallaces and Mr. and Mrs. Whileis, Mason City, visited Mrs. Bertha Wallace Sunday after- G. e to she D. noon. Durward Moore, Cedar Raiids, came up Friday and took his mother, Mrs. Paul Moore, with him fur a visit. The first meeting after a summer vacation of the O. E. S. wil be held next week Tuesday even ng. The Aid will meet next week Wednesday, a week later than usual because of the county fair. Oilman Schwietert, who is vith .he Veterans CCC at Lake Vi spent the week-end at home. Roland Chafee was quite sick ast week with intestinal flu und rellow jaundice. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leason wsnl o Minneapolis last Friday to •? sit elatives. ew, C. L. Holding was confined t'o his home most of last week with rhfu- malism. Irma Davison spent a few diys ast week at Al Staehle's. Clara Shaw has been quite ill or everal weeks. Harvest Home Observed- Harvest Home Sunday was oh served at the Congregaliona church Ihis week, and Ihree meel ings held. There was a good alien dance. Representatives of the Up per Flat church were presenl. A fel lowship dinner was held on the lawn at Jorgen Skow's, members and friends taking baskets. In the afternoon, represenlalives of Bril and Corwilh churches atlended. The evening allendance was cul by rain Schools Opened Monday— The Wesley public schools opened Monday, wilh the following corps of teachers: Superintendent, K. R Rowley; principal, Helen Reimer Edgewood; coach, Roger Willert, Reinbeck; home economics, Helen Funnemark; music, Candice Packard, Renwick; grade teachers, Margaret McConnell, Mediapolis; and Eslher Beck, Bellevue. Teacher's Sister Is Dead- Esther Beck, primary and grade teacher.will not come till this week Thursday. She lost a sister, Mrs. George Beck, at Chicago, who died suddenly August 22. Esther Beck and another sister returned to Chicago wilh Mr. Beck following funeral services for his wife al Bell- evue.Ia. Mrs. John Hulchison is subslituting for a few days. Newlyneds In Visit— Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlson, who were married at Burt Monday afternoon, called at Wesley afterwards to see Ihe bride's grandfather, W. P. Giddings, who is 90. They were on their way to Charles City and Chicago to visit relatives and friends. Other Wesley News. Mrs. E. Goodnow accompanied members of the P. C. Haynes family to Mason City, to see her daughter, Mrs. Vernon Benner, who is recovering at Mercy hospital from an appendicitis operation. One of the Haynes girls is taking nurse training there. Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeier and Maurice came Salurday lo bring back her parenls, Ihe Nalhan Slu- ders, following a week's visil with her at Iowa Falls. The Ritschmeiers returned home the same day The Methodist W. F. M. S. will meet this week Friday afternoon with Mrs. Dawson. Mrs. H. Hansen will lead devotions, and Mrs L Hansen will give Ihe lesson . Elec- lion of officers will be held. Mrs. Lawrence Hansen, nee Florence Harris, made an angel-food bride's cake for her sister, Marie Harris, lasl week's bride, and dec- oraled il.wilh the chosen colors pink and white. Joseph Skow returned Monday having attended a retreat for Iowa officers of the Christian Endeavor at Boone. The meeting lasled Ihree days. Joseph is presidenl of this district A daughter was born t'o Mr. and Mrs. John Grattidge, Wesley, at Clarion a week ago Friday, Mrs. Grattidge was at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bird, wife of a physi- The F. C. Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. irene Holdren, 17 members and 'our visitors present. The opening song was Work for the Night is !oming. Roll call was on sug- ;esllons for Ihe Improvemenl of the club. A story for children was read by Rulh Robinson, and Ihe closing song was Juanila. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ida Nickerson. Mrs. Verla Lowinan and her daughter Jacqueline visited the Ray Smiths, near Burt, last Thursday. Little Jacqueline, Just learning to walk, suffered a severe burn when she fell against the cook stove. The entire palm of the lefl hand was badly burned. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haynes, of Oliver Bakken, labor —. 50.40 Oliver Baken, labor 14.40 Ed Jorgenson et al, labor. 147.20 Matt Murtha, repairs ___.. Nelson Hdw., mdse. 2.04 1.64 Standard Oil Co., mdse. __ 64.00 Merle Wellendorf, repairs. 11,55 Peoria, Haynes arrived at the Elmer home" Sunday morning. Geo. Banwart, hauling — Advance Pub. Co., printing Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil H. W. Post, frl. and dray- Ralph Elbert, mdso. and labor Kohlhaas & Spilles, mrse.. Elberl Garage, labor Kossulh Co.. Imp. Co., repairs F. S. Morion & Son, mdse.., F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. SWIMMING POOL FUND NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAT,E STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of General Execution directed to mo from tho Clerk of thn District Court of Kossuth county Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said court on the 28th day of Tulv 1934, in favor of J. E. McEnroe as plaintiff, and against M. L. McEn roe, as defendant, for the sum of Perry White, salary Joe Kelly Jr., salary Alice Behlmer, salary — Bob Williams, relief N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service Champlin Ref. Co., gas and oil __ Perry White, misc. Barada & Page, chemical- » 70 Two Thousand Five Hundred and 104 J 0 / 10 , 0 <* 25 °°-00) Dollars and costs 16!)() ltnxed at One and 25/100 ($125)' I15ol Dollal ' 8 and accr uing costs, I have • ' levied upon the following described 2.11 £ oal ^°?? rtTy as the Property of 12 66 ' Ll McEnroe, et al, to ' 30 satisfy said execution, to-wit- All of the undivided interest of M- L 13 84 McEnroe ln the following described 161 lancjs: Tll o Northeasl Quarter g'jj East Half of the Northwest Quarter, Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, South Halt of 80.00 60.00 60.00 8.76 4.34 4.34 3.22 2.47 7.50 Lalng & Muckey, repairs. 3.75 Carl, who is a jeweler, is the only son. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker, of St. Cloud, Minn., who spent the latter part of last week with the Arch Walkers, went lo Burl Salurday lo visil Ihe Elhan Lights. Mr. Baker is helping'with hay-making. The rainy weather of the last two weeks has made it hard for the farmers who are filling silos. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin, Opal, June, and Janice wenl lo Mason lily Saturday evening to spend the nighl wilh the John Getlmans. Mrs. Sabin and Mrs. Gettman are sislers. Edilh Sabin, who had been ivith the Gettmans since the preceding Saturday, came home with .hem. School No. 7, Union township, opened Monday, wilh 20 pupils. Mrs. Zelba Maxwell, Algona, is .eacher. Mrs. Loretta Hansen, of Whittemore, is spending this week with ler sister, Mrs. Edward Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Larson, mother Mrs. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. 'ranz Teeter, and Mrs. Will Larson, Britt, were Sunday visitors al Tltna Milchell's. Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. Kennedy & Parsons, chemical Standard Oil Co., mdse. __ H. W. Post, frl. and dray.. L. A. Copp, advertising __ Fosler's Furnilure Slore, labor SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary Don Palmer el al, labor 7.40 40.22 .89 1.53 .75 2.25 25.00 76.65 KOSSUTH COUNT!, F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 148.25 FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary Clapp's Master Service, mdse. 45.00 5.26 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Allest: Ada Carlson, Clerk. LEGAL NOTICES Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30, 1034—City ouncil met in regular session on his day at the city hall, and among >thor things allowed the following ills: ELECTRIC FUND . W. Kelly, salary $ 145.00 -eo Bellock, salary 129.00 Valter Gorman, salary 120.00 Pom Halpin, salary 120.00 F. E. Stephenson, salary 115.00 115.00 70.00 125.00 cian. The Rev. I. C. McNulfy attended ay Barton, salary ". C. Wright, salary dah Carlson, salary illicit Skilling, man and team 22.80 ulton Iron AVorks Co., mdse. 58,63 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse. 308.99 Joseph T. Ryerson & Son 65.08 Westinghouse Elec. Supply, mdse. 435.77 J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. 5.56 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse 16.48 Electric Supply Co., mdse. 115.88 Terry-Durin Co., mdse. __. 174.47 Standard Oil Co., tax 3.77 The Van Meier Co., mdse. 96.72 Commonwealth Electric, mdse. 9.99 Shell Pelroleum Co., mdse. 1.94 Clear Lake Sand & Gravel, mdse. 40.82 Forbes Pelroleum Co., gas, oil 795.39 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, frt. on gas, oil 732 01 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Secretary of the Board of Education of the Independent School Districl of Algona, Iowa, at the high school building at Algona, up to the hour of 7:30 p. m. Monday, September 10, 1934, for the alterations in the healing planl in the Bryant school building, In accordance with plans and specificallons prepared by B. R. Landes, Mechanical Engineer, Dos Moines, Iowa. Proposals musl be accompanied by a cerlified check for 5% of the amount of tho proposal, payable lo Ihe Secretary of the above school district. The successful bidder will be required to furnish an approved bond. Copies of the plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the Engineer and at the Algona high school building, and may be obtained upon application to the Engineer. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ALGONA, IOWA. By Leora K. St. John, Secretary. 50-51 the Southwest Quarter, Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter all in Section 26; the South Half of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter; Lot One Auditors' Plat of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest. quarter, all in Section 19 • the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 34- tho Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, the South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 35; all in Township Ninety-Six (96) Norlh, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of tho 5th P. M. Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to tho highest bidder, for cash, in hand on the 8th day of Seplem- ber, 1934, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossulh, county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Daled this 8th day of August 1934. ' CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth counly, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Depuly. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 50-51 J^VYEBT Quarton J. L. Phone 287 Office over ] ."•I, I Office over ."hone 213-\v . D. Shumway Office over Iowa Stats I Phone 206. P. A. BASSOS Attornoj.At.Law urrico over Iowa Statj 1 Phones: Office, «0-J.; ] Attorncy-at-lair KIRKWGDD sMoines Dei Moinet' newe* Bnd fineit" L nDTcmsojT DONALD C. HUT THEODORE C. HP Attorncj-s-at-Iair I Quinby Building I Phone 251 I'AHSONS & COILJf] Attorneys at Ian B. H. Parsons JudgeD.P.I Phono 820 : Algona, In Office over the Basket Cri) DOCTORS Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse,_ 9.35 21.69 Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. 14.S2 Drane Co., mdse. 164 91 The Public Ownership League of America, membership _. EC. D. James, mdse. W. A. Richardson & Sons" labor Thos. Akre, mdse. Wm. Muckey et al, labor" Arthur Meshler et al, re- 5.00 2.30 7.20 .59 304.25 fund deposit _ 35^0 H. W. Post, frt. and dray 85'97 r ' M. St. P. & p. R- y> frt , on sand 7722 Advance Publishin"g"~~Co" Pig. 2rnst Thiel, meter reading Western Union, service Cresco Union Electric Co~ sign Nelson Hdw. Co., md~s~e~.~~~ J. A. McDonald, P. M., envelopes and postage N. W. Bell Telephone Co.", service Skelly Oil Co., gas'and "o'll 5.00 19.25 2.40 1.95 1.94 15.26 13.08 27.23 Ralph Elbert, labor 2 81 WATER FUND" J. W. Kelly, salary ... Frank Ostrum, salary 3arry Barlon, salary ~"~ ^aura Milchell, salary III Pi. A. Richardson, labor Laing & Muckey, labor II Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil Wm. Muckey et al, labor •-art Bowman, labor Vigman Co., mdse Ralph Elbert, labor "III" GENERAL FUND 65.00 115.00 111.00 95.00 18.00 .58 19.72 10.05 97.50 36.37 5.78 B If You Need Money | l~I° , re :r° of ' re -Paint or remodel your dwelling. = i— To build a new residence S 3—To buy a house and lot. ~ 4—To re-finance a mortgage on your house and lot. jfj Loan^X n? U t0 T°° k int ° the A1 S°™ Building & = n ' L ° anS repaid in sma11 monthly in- ® stallments. WE HAVE THE MONEY Algona Building & Loan | Association JOIIJf N. KESEFIClJ Physician and Sargtoi| Office over Rexall Drug S Office phone 300 Res. phone 325, C. H. OlETZMEYEHlLlI Surgeon and Physimi| Office John Galbraith! Phones 444-310, *Jgona P. Y. JAXSE, it, I, Physician and Sorpoi] Office on South Dodge!' Phones: Office, 666; Algoru, Iowa WALTER FRASEIUJ Physician and Surgeon! Office In Quinby Bldg,,Hwj| Phone No. 12 MELVIN 0. BOOBJI Physician and SnrtMil Office in Postoffics Btek| Phones: Office, 197; reside!' IV. D. ANDBEWS,D,0,J Oiteopathlc Physician nilI Located in General I' ' Phonea: Office 187, H»'« DENTISTS * rank Green, salary . ins on H. A. Van Alstne "*'"" . Alstyne, salary i. A. Van Alstyne, salary lames Burns, police " . Police'II c.w. t Green," dogs* __ fhos. Akre, rent N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service Meyer & Wenthe, mdse League of Iowa Municipalities, membership Haggard & Waller, "p'rhTt- ing r esse Umbenhower, of dump ilrick Nelson, labor'III esse Lashbrook, salary"" esse Lashbrook, salary"" Willard Gregson, man and team 54.00 54.00 2.80 4.75 care 3.32 .31 20.00 23.20 Willard Gregson, man'and team Illicit 75.00 30.00 96.60 28.80 ALWAYS AT AKRE'S "' " B °" Wlleat ble «*«J cake flour, 5 ID. ~"~"~'~"~~"™ — ———--—--———.-__ and an upside down cake tin ~PREE Halligan's «m» Coffee> 1 pound pack&ge "Crest Brand" very good, 1 pound glass jar 7 empty Jars returned to us gi ves you another pound FREE fS*™ QUILL 1 free coupon 30c best of all, 1 DB. H. K. OISOS Dentist. Gas or novocalne u#d traction. Located over Christemen» Phonea: Business 168,' Algona, VETERINARIAN'S] i. w. FOX"" J. B. WNKJ1 Tetertaarloni West State Street, «°«| Phones: Office, 1 INSURANCE '\ KOSSUTH INSURANCE ASSOCUWJ Over J15,000,000 worth otir In force. A home 1 jecure. MIMEOGRAPI Brin* in n POUnd Bring in 7 empty jars and you fc gtm pound FREE TRY IT ONCE 800d - " BABY rollM 20c , -— , ___ t Baby Stuart" Red_Alas ka Sockeye Salmon, 1 pound We have f ruit jars ^"w^~^~ »BOP IN AT AKEE'S or PJ M>ne 990-291 * use our Free DeKy in town. ADVANji WAN TAD

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