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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Couple Steals Away for a Surprise Wedding ST. JOE NEWS WESLEY PAIR MARRIED AT BRI1TSUNDAY Wesley. Sept. 12 — Friends of Ada Simpson and Arthur Larsen, Wesley young people, were surprised ,, , , - ------ « ,by news of their marriage last week ! recently moved to Livermore so; the absence of her mother, Mrs. J. Clarence and Alvin Erpleding, I she is remembered here as Armel- who finished the ninth grade here | la Gales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. last year, are attending St. Cele- ; Chris Gales. She was recently grad- lia's academy, Algona, this year, uated and initiated into the Sister- Sunday evening. The wedding took in Britt, the Rev. Mr. Bernsten of-.,-, , .. , ., ., , ficlatln*. The couple were attended Ca l lesius - Attends the Algona acad- by the bride's sister and the bridegroom's cousin, Luella Simpson and Anton Pearson. A wedding dinner was served the following evening at the home of the bride's parents, farmers L R, SCHOOLS REOPENED; 238 ENIERSCHOOL Lone Rock, Sept. 12—The local schools have re-opened with V. V. Frye as superintendent and Leona Schulz as principal. There is an enrollment of 238; '1G in high school, 96 in the grades. There are 26 in Junior high, 24 in the fifth and sixth grades, 23 in the third and fourth grades, and 23 in the first and second grades. Baseball practice has been started by Coach Grodland. and ten old Wisconsin, and at Dubuque and! Will Thilges are having a visit I P' a >' ers are out' A total of 16 are Alfred Bormann and Irvin Weydert, other students here last year, are attending the Livermore high school this year. Irvin is staying at Tom Devine's, the Devines having hood at Techny, 111. Mrs. J. B. McNeill and her daughter Jean went to Huntley, Minn., Sunday to help with the work at the former's parental home during thelr . . °bert . an< * J° hn :K. Sheplee, who was the subject of . ... . place at their pastor's parsonage |™ B , ht * ttend «>e high school. John' a major operation at the Fairmont in Britt. the Rev. Mr. Bern.it.im nf- ? Icha F d - son of . Mr ' and Mrs ' Joh . n hos " ltal Ia8t week. emy. Mrs. Paul Thilges, Alvin Faber, Martin McGuire, grading contractor who had his crew near Rockwell City, completed the work Melvin Faber, and Florence Schal- i there last week, and his next job ler got home last week Monday | is near Spirit Lake. from two weeks at Chicago, in | Mrs. Joseph Thilges and Mrs near We.lev the families of both! New Ham P ton - Thev attended the;from their mother, Mrs. Eleringer, Practicing. *»i.iii .. c.->it.>, tuc laiiiuifrt in UUIH| ,,, f . | _- ( _| f _j ,.nl-t;,.,, 0 o,,,.!«~l 1. ' Mine Too j world's fair and visited relatives I Springbrook. Emma Becker, Nicholas Becker, parties attending. Besides the par- 1 „."« . l "\" ents and brothers and sisters at i ,m S , , • „ ^ ^ • ---------- ------- • home the families of the bride I Tnc Domlnic Mattes family and and Eugene Thul drove to Poca- Kroom's sisters were there' <hpi nephow> Coon Ra P' ds - s P ent last | hontas Sunday evening to visit Sr. Mesdames Frank inr] Flmnr Vnl,n ! week Tuesday and Wednesday at'M. Georgine. " ' Tho " lns Becker ' s ' Mr " Maltes and I Mrs ' Ted Wa * ner "turned from Beckor were sch ° o1 mates at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital last week Wednesday, and is at her Miss Joslin, music instructor has organized a girls' glee club, with the following personnel: sopranos, Beryl Sanders, Imogene Roderick, Muriel Ackerson, Cleo Hobson, Evson » .u o rarlon Mr and Mrs. Lar«en left last week 'TUBS day for a visit with Mrs. Larson's relatives in southern Iowa ' ' Caption, Mo. Ralnh Reding is driving a week's fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and their son Bernard attended a picnic for 8th district rural mail carriers at the Deliver state park Sunday. Walter Motter, Decorah, drove here Saturday, and his wife, who had visited at Arthur Priebe's a week, went home with him Sunday, Mrs. Charles Morris!, daughter Vera, Mrs. Jay Godden, and the lat- ters daughter Esther spent last week Tuesday at Des Moines. Beryl Sanders has come home, after having been employed at Harry Zigrang's, Livermore. June Bierle is taking her place there. G. A. Sharp, son Glenn, and II. J. Bacon, Algona, left Friday night on a business trip' to Faulkton, S. D., returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant, Bancroft, came - last week Wednesday for an extended visit at L. B. Hoi- lister's. The Elmer Thompsons, Platte, S. D., spent from last Thursday till Saturday at their cousin L. B. Hol- a new ! parental home near Livermore. Methotlist Vf. F. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. Dawson last week Wednesday afternoon. Two of the closing chapters of Eastern Women Today and Tomorrow were reviewed by Mrs. Lawrence Hanson. Mrs. Kraus led devotions. Officers were elected: President, Mrs. Amesbury; vice president. Mrs. Phillips; Mrs. Theron Hansen, secretary; Mrs. Lawrence Hansen, treasurer. By subscriptions from members and voluntary gifts from others, a fund of S35 was completed, the amount Pledged by the local Society as a scholarship for a girl in India. The next monthly meeting will be with Mrs. Lawrence Hansen. Methodist Stewards to Meet— A mc-etinp: of the Methodist board of stewards is called at the church this week Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. It is important that all new steward? attend this meeting. Reorganization will be effected, and plans made for present, and future. The Methodist annual conference will convene at the Algona church .Wednesday evening, September 26, and all are cordially invited. Delegates were elected here Sunday morninp; Mrs. Carl Franzen, regular delegate, and Charles Kraus reserve delegate. Clinch Meetings Are Begun— A series of meetings will begin at the Upper Flat church this week Tuesday evening, the Rev. Morris Johnson, Racine, Wis., in charge. The Rev. Mr. Johnson will be at the Congregational church in Wesley this week Thursday afternoon, for the first of a series of Bible study meetings. Meetings will also be held here on two undesig- nated afternoons next week. Shower Honors Mrs. larsen— A miscellaneous shower was given by the Congregational women at Sirs. Olaf Funnemark's Saturday afternoon, for Mrs. Arthur Larsen and her sister, Luella Simpson, whose marriage to Anton Pearson takes place in the near future. A variety of pretty and useful gifts was left for both brides. Conversation and the serving of luncheon occupied the afternoon. Study Clnb Meets— The Study club held its first meeting for this year at Mrs. Dawson's last week Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. M. Lease, leader, reviewed Prairie Anchorage, by Marjorie Meday, the program subject being a Recent Historical Novel. "Drama" will be the general subject for next time. The reviews are followed by general discussion, and the hostess serves lunch. S. S. Convention is Planned— Jorgen Skow, superintendent of this district, and other persons from Wesley will attend a district Sunday school convention at Lu Verne 'next week Wednesday. The meeting will last all day, and the Messrs. Herbrecht and Hutton will be the principal speakers. Discussions and other features occupy the remaining time. Giddingg Nowlyweds Clmrivaricd— A cheerful din aroused interest in the Milton Giddings neighborhood last week Tuesday evening, when about 20 friends who came to "chivaree," remained to eat games and sprightly conversation games and sprighly conversation then occupied the group till a late hour. . | Plymouth coach, purchased at' The William Redings attended a Spencer. Joseph Thilges purchased ' Garmann family reunion Sunday at a Chevrolet sedan at Fort Dodge Mankato. last week Monday, and Harold Frl- deres has a new Chevrolet coach. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. James Becker, daugh- Sister M. Claudia returned Monday, after several weeks at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital. The Cardinals lost to Whittemore ter Annette, and Amanda Thul re-| Sunday, there, 4-1. turned last week Wednseday from a week at Owatonna and Claremont, Minn. Word has been received by relatives here from Sister M. Margerite that she is teaching a school Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch were business visitors in Mason City and Manly, Thursday. Regina Thilges, employed by Mrs. John Berte during the last few of negroes in Jackson, Miss. This weeks, returned to her home at is her first year of teaching, and West Bend Saturday. • r ' Other Wesley News. Bible study under the pastor's leadership will be held at the Methodist church this week Tuesday evening, the subject Colos- sians 2. The Aid will meet at the church this week Wednesday afternoon for election of officers, and a pot-luck lunch will be served. All members are asked to be present to take part in the election. Rose Wagner, former Wesley Kirl, visited her aunt, Mrs. Michael Wingert. brothers Tony and Leo, and friends two weeks, returning to Milwaukee Friday. Rose has for years been head of the ready-to- wear department of a department store there. Her brothers are farming in this vicinity. Mrs. Jacob Johnson will hold a sale of household goods Saturday, September 15, and afterward will go to Chicago. She will return In October, and leave from here for Denver, Colo., to keep house for son. Norman. Mrs. Oscar Erickson, Elmhurst, 111., brought her daughter Evelyn to begin school here last week, and live with Mrs. Erickson's aunt. WESLEY SCHOOLS IN SESSION; 70 IN H, S, Wesley, Sept. 12—The parochial school began last week Monday, with a short session for registration. Forenoon sessions were held the rest of last week, and full daily sessions this week. The list of teachers has been given. Seventy pupils are enrolled in high school this year, 39 in the grades. There are seven beginners. Supt. Rowley has made a new division, bringing the 7th and 8th grades up into high school, and leaving fewer pupils for the two grade teachers, thus improving conditions for the younger grade pupils. The floors have been thoroughly cleaned, and new shades bought where needed. The orchestra has begun practice. The baseball season will open this week Friday, when we play Renwick here. Election of Sunday school officers was held Sunday morning, following Sunday school: superintendent, Fred Plumb; assistant, Mrs. Harvey Steven; secretary, Edith Greenfield; treasurer, Arthur Stuber; pianist, Edith Greenfield; assistant, Mrs. W. C. Taylor; cradle roll superintendent, Mrs. Harry teSeven; librarian, Wilbur Steven. The M. O. Richards family, Lone Rock, and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, spent Sunday aftenoon at A, L. Greenfield's. Edith Greenfield returned Friday night from Algona, where she had spent several days with her aunt, Mrs. A. D. Richards. Arthur Stuber was a Sunday dinner guests at W. C. Taylor's. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin, Webb, were guests Sunday at Harvey Steven's. Mr. Hodgin is a teacher in the Webb high school, and Mrs. Hodgin was formerly Pearl Steven. Gladys Paetz, who recently had an operation for appendicitis at the General hospital, is still a patient there, and is not improving as rapidly as had been hoped for. Eight young people from Sexton joined a group at Wesley Tuesday night to give Mr. and Mrs. Milton Giddings a charivari. They were invited in for a social evening, and games were played, after which the newlyweds gave a wiener roast. Herman Wise has been elected lay delegate to the Methodist conference at Algona September 26. Mrs. Monroe Heiter is alternate. Rex Taylor won three first at the county fair last week: in the open class and two in the 4-H club class. Mrs. J. W. Harris spent Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday at Homer Anderson's, Algona. * Whittemore Man Burned. Whittemore, Sept. 12—Ed O'Brien suffered severe burns Monday, when, as he was cranking a tractor, gas was spilled and took fire. The burns were on the neck and chest. NINETY REGISTERED AL LU VERNE RALLY Lu Verne, Sept. 11—The Christian Endeavor rally Sunday at the Presbyterian church proved an inspiring meeting for the young people, and 90 registered from the Algona, Burt, Lakota, Lone Rock and Lu Verne Presbyterian churches, the Algona Congregational church and the Lu Verne Evangelical. The afternoon|s talks centered on intemperance, and there were several special musical numbers. After a pot luck lunch at the city hall, the young people reconvened for a Christian Endeavor meeting at 6:30. Esther Merkle was leader and chose for her topic, Courage, various phases of the subject being discussed by those present. Lawrence Bash, Des Moines, sta'ie C. E. president, gave the address of the evening. The church was filled to capacity. elyn Bierstedt, Viola Bierle, Grace lister's. Newbrough, Marjorie Jensen, Mar-1 Dr. and Mrs. N. W. Osher, New jorle Pettit, Margaret Householder, [York City, spent Monday at the and Lucille Nelson; altos—Dorothy doctor's sister Mrs. E. M. Jensen's. Dacken, Sara Whitehill, Dorothy I _ Ralph PjMcbe accompanied R. C. Burt, Margaret Gladstone, Marian' Jensen, Coil Jane Hollister, Pearl Wiener, Delina Rogers, Myrtle Orvick; pianist—Coila Jane Hollister; president, Evelyn Bierstedt; secretary-treasurer, Margaret Householder. •Ji* The Rev. Father Stahl, of Nebraska, has been visiting relatives here since Friday. The Carol Krauses and Marie Arndorfer returned to Chicago last week Wednesday, after a few days here with relatives. Corwith and St. 'Benedict played ball Sunday here, and the score was 7-6 in St. Benedict's favor. The Emil F. Arndorfers spent Sunday with the Roy Pickens family at Algona. Mrs. Joe Meyer, St. Cloud, Minn., is visiting her son Isadore and other relatives here. Frank Grandgenett had an auto accident last week Wednesday morning near Tony Seller's, when another car ran, into his. Neither driver saw the other. The Grandgenett car was damaged badly, and is being repaired at Algona. No one was hurt. Four Corners Miss A. McPherson. son is still here. Mrs. Erick- Mrs. Grattidge returned Friday from Clarion with her daughter, Barbara, two weeks old. During her absence Mrs. Grattidge's mother, Mrs. Segor, remained here with the children. A large group of young people of the local Congregational church attended a district convention of the Christian Endeavor society at Lu Verne Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts drove drove to Plymouth Sunday to meet Mrs. Butts' sister, Mrs. J. E. Gleason, Mound City, 111., whom they brought here for a visit. The Hutchins Women's Bible studk- class, Mrs. Paulson, Wesley, leading, will meet with Mrs. Henry Weiland this week Friday afternoon. Election of Methodist' Sunday school officers will be held this week Wednesday evening at the home of Supt. K. R. Rowley. Ethel Braley will leave for Iowa City the last of this week ,to enroll in a course in Physical Education at the state university. Josephine Lawler returned Friday to Minneapolis, after two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Vincent Doughan, Esther Beck, grade and primary teacher, who was detained by the death of a sister, arrived here Saturday. The Olaf Funnemark family attended a Mission fest at the Seneca Lutheran church Sunday. Mabel Lawler, Belmond, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. John Hutchison. The Fred Diekman family visited relatives in Minneapolis over Sunday. The F. C. Mothers and Daughters club meets this -week Thursday with Mrs. Ida Nickerson ,and roll call will be answered with descriptions of "my first school." The song, School Days, will be sung, and papers, Our School Problems, will be read from a mother's standpoint by Alice Ditsworth, and a teacher's standpoint by Verla Lowman. Mr. E. E. Carder and the Vern Carders, Dunnell, Minn., were surprise guests of the Howard Withams Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Erhart, Fairfield, spent last week with the noble Mitchells. They were looking for a farm. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom, and Mrs. Arie Ditmer got home from the world's fair last week Tuesday evening. They stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mitchell, brother of the Bjustrom women and Mrs. Ditmer. Ledyard The Albert Brandts attended the Minnesota state fair Friday and Saturday. The Nick Loofts, Armstrong, were Sunday visitors at N. A. Pingle's. The L. C. Strands attended the Minnesota state fair last Thursday. George Hagge was sick last week with the flu. The Leon Wordens spent Sunday at Fairmont. Doan Mrs. Veda Bowman, Algona, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs Amos Angle. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mayfield, Titonka, accompanied by Mrs. Angle, spent Tuesday at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Angle and the Frank Johnsons spent last Thursday at Mason City and Manly. Aline Martinek, teacher at Corwith, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance Party Off to World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Coin Gapp, Salem, S. D., arived last week Monday to visit at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's and A. A. Krueger's. They went home last Thursday, but came back Sunday, and Tuesday, with Mr. Gladstone, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, left for Chicago to attend the world's fair. Mrs. Macuiuber's Father SO— The Alex Mitchells, Northwood, and the Adolph Seegers, Emmons, Minn., were callers at Frank Macumber's Sunday, and continued to Whittemore, where they attended a birthday dinner for Mrs. Macumber's father, August Mielke, 80. The Macumbers spent the afternoon there. Blanchard Brothers Plivy Ball— Donald Blanchard played ball with Lotts Creek at the county fair ast week Tuesday, also with Fenton and Algona last Thursday. He played with Fairmont, there Friday, and with Lotts Creek at Bancroft Sunday. Gordon played with Algona at the fair Thursday. Former Local Girl Here— Mrs. Rose Crose, Minneapolis, lere Sunday. She was formerly Rose Chrischilles. She spent the week-end at James Wadsworth's. Other Sunday guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest -Paine, Burt, and Mrs. William Treptow. Attend Lu Verne Y. P. Rallr— Robert Gladstone, Jesse Blanchard, Jr Ronald Christenson, Cleon and William Hobson, Sally Whitehill, and Vern, Russell, and Dorothy Dacken attended a young people's rally at the Presbyterian church, Lu Verne, Sunday. Teacher Loses Grandmother— Mabel Howe, third and fourth grades teacher, attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. Olson, Swea City, Friday, and Mrs. W. G. Flaig substituted here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris also attended the funeral; Jfhrec Kursese Are Employed;— Alma Madison, R. N., and Marietta Christenson, R. N., are both at the Coleman hospital, Estherville. Marietta helped Doctor Mueller, Fenton, last Thursday. Leona Bierstedt, R. N., is at the Kossuth hospital. Goetsch, Fenton, to Des Moines Monday on a business mission. The Otis Sanders family spent Sunday at the Arnold Sanders home, Lu Verne. E. M. Jensen was sick last week, and Mrs. Chester Aline helped at the bank. Verdabelle Thomson is sick with yellow jaundice. LEGAL NOTICES Uncle of Lone Rockers Dies— Fred Dransfeldt and Mrs. Frank Bahling, Burt, left Monday for Jackson, Minn., to attend the funeral of an uncle, Nels Handevit, who died Saturday. Birthday Tea is Planned— A birthday tea will be held at the church next week Thursday. Otlier Lone Hock. Bernard O'Donnell, Clarence Earing, and Eileen and Lawrence Walsh got home last week Tuesday from Illinois. Bernard and Clarence visited relatives at Campus, and also visited at Chicago. The Walshes visited the sister Rosalie at Chicago. Mrs. George Pettit, daughter Marjorie, another daughter, Mrs. Howard McChestney, the latter's children, Mrs. Oscar Earing, and Phyllis Seegebarth were Sunday dinner guests of the Speraws, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow and daughter Lola, attended a farewell dinner at 0. P. Stow's, Dolliver, Sunday for Mrs. Clinton, La Bar, Austin, Minn., who had been visiting relatives here and there. Mrs. Vernon Stehle, Washington, D. C., spent last week at her aunt Mrs. Clarence Ackerson's. Her husband is a member of the U. S. naval band, and his father is a former Fenton barber. Mrs. Jesse Stebritz, and her daughters Kathryn and Gladys drove to Mason City last week Tuesday, and Gladys re-entered the Hamilton business college. The E. M. Jensens spent last week Monday at Graettinger, guests of Mrs. H. M. Osher, and attended a Labor day celebration there. Many others from here attended. Myrtle Hanna and Muriel Long left Monday for Cedar Falls, Myrtle returning to her work at the Pitze school of beauty culture, Waterloo, after a week here. Mrs. Essie Starrett, Marshall, Minn., spent last week at the Harold Jones, and W. A. Stoutenberg farms. She was formerly Essie Langworthy. Mrs. Charles Morris, daughter Muriel, and son Tommy, Eugene Blanchard, and Lucille Genrich visited at M. E. Blanchard's, Irvington, Sunday. The R. L. Padgetts spent Sunday at Forrest Rouse's, Ayrshire, and Mrs. William Krause, who had spent a week there, came home with them. Alton Pettit .Oscar Earing, and Hans Nellson, with Oscar Olson Seneca, left Saturday evening for NOTICE OF PKOBATE OF WILL No. 3871. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court September term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Aselia H. O'Connor, deceased, dated March 31st, 1932, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 1st day of October, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, lowa.before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 11 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 4, 1934. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan , Attorneys. 51-1 IfOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3870. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, September term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purportin- to be the last Will and Testament of A. D. Richards, deceased, dated March 7, 1912, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 1st day of October, 1934, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa before the District Court of said county, oc the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 4, 1934. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. Shumway & Kelly, Attorneys. 51-1 ORDINANCE NO. 2S7 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A RESTRICTED RESIDENCE DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, AND PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF WHEREAS, there has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the City of Algona. Iowa, a petition signed by more than sixty per cent of the owners of the following described real estate, residing in the City of Algona, Iowa, to-wit: All of Blocks Two Hundred Forty-one and Two . Hundred Forty-four and Lots Numbers Five (5), six (6), seven, (7) eight (8), nine (9), ten (10)' eleven (11), twelve (12,) thirteen (13), and fourteen (14) of Block Two Hundred Forty (240) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa, asking for the establishment of a restricted residence district to include the above described real estate, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY Section One. That the hereinafter bounded property located in the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same is hereby designated and established as a restricted residence district, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot Ten (10) of Block Two Hundred Forty < 2 *J> °f Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa- thence east to the southeast corner of Lot Nine (9) of Block Two Hundred Forty (240) ° 0 f Call's Avenue Addition to the ====== New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments are too high we will refinance your car for you. Prompt and courteous jreatment. H. N. KKUSE INSUBANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa City of Algona, Iowa; thence north to the northeast corner of Lot Five (5) of Block Two Hundred Forty (240) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence due west to the east line of Block Two Hundred Forty-one (241) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence north along the west line of Valley Street In the City of Algona, Iowa, to a point due west from the northwest corner of Lot four (4) of Block Two Hundred Forty (240) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence northwest along the southwest Hue of Valley Street to a point due north of the northwest corner of Lot Gone (1) of Block Two Hundred Forty-four (244) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa; thence southwest along the south line of Valley street to the west point of Block Two Hundred Forty-one (241) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence south along the west line of Lot Five (5) of Block Two Hundred Forty-four (244) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa, to the southwest corner of said Lot Five (5); thence southeast along the south line of said Block Two Hundred Forty-four (244) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, to the southwest corner of Lot Three (3) of Block Two Hundred Forty-four (244) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence east along the south line of Lot Three (3) of Block Two Hundred Forty- four (244) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, to the southeast corner of said Lot Three (3); thence southeast to the point of beginning. Said district includes the follow- ng described real estate: Block Two Hundred Forty- one (241) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. Block Two Hundred Forty- four (244) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. Lots Five (5), Six (6), Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9), Ten (10), Eleven (11), Twelve (12), Thirteen (13) and Fourteen (14) of Block Two Hundred Forty (240) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. Section Two. That no building, or other structure, except residences, school houses, churches, or other similar structures, shall lereafter be erected, reconstructed, iltered, repaired, or occupied with- n said restricted residence dis- rict, without first securing from he City Council a permit therefor. Section Three. Any building, or structure, erected, altered, repaired or used in violation of any of the provisions of this Ordinance, s hereby declared to be a nuisance, and may be abated as such in any action brought by the City of Algona, Iowa, in any Court of com- Jetent jurisdiction. Section Four. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the irovislons of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be >uuished by a fine of not to exceed One Hundred Dollars, or be im- Jrisoned not to exceed thirty days' in jail. Section Five. This Ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, lojva, this 30th day of August, A. D. 1934. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved by me this 30th day of August, A. D. 1934. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. ORDINANCE NO. 238. " AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A RESTRICTED RESIDENCE DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA, AND PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF WHEREAS, there has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the Four of Block Twenty-three (23) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3) and Four (4) of Block Twenty-four (24) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, All of Blocks One (1), and Two (2) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, (sit °j B locks Eighty-one (81) and Eighty-two (82) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa, Block Two Hundred Seventy- f' x WG), of Call's Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, Lots One (1), TWO O\ Three (3). Pour (4),7nd the East Half (%) O f Lot Five (5) and Lot Fourteen (14) O f f° n £ (1)> ° f Auditor's m * esAe , rvation Number (i) of Algona, Iowa, Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), Six (6), Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9) nnd Ten (10) of Dlock Two Hundred Seventy-seven (277) O f Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa Blocks Two Hundred Forty- five (245) and Two Hundred Forty-six (246), of Call's Avo- nue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, asking for the establishment of i restricted residence district, to in elude the above described real os tate, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CIT COUNCIL OF THE CITY OpV GONA, IOWA: Section One. That the hcreinat ter bounded property located in'the City of Algona, Iowa, be and tin same is hereby designated and es tabllshed as a restricted residcnci district, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of Lot Four (4), of Block Twenty-three (23), of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa; thence east along the north side of the alley to the southeast corner of Lot One (1) of Block Twenty-four (24) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa; thence north along the west line of Minnesota Street to the northeast corner of Lot One (1) of Block Two Hundred Forty-six (246) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa; thence west to the west side of Jones Street; thence west to the northwest corner of Lot One (1) of Block Two Hundred Forty-five (245) of Call's Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa; thence northwest to the northwest corner of Lot Nine (9) of Block Two Hundred Forty-five (245) of Call's Avenue Addition to Al- feona, Iowa; thence south along the west line of Lot Nine (9) of Block Two Hundred Forty- five (245) of Call's Avenue Addition and along the west line of Lot Ten (10) of Block Two Hundred Seventy-seven (277) to the south line of Elm Street; thence south to the south Hue of Lucas Street; thence east to the northwest corner of Block Eighty-two (82) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa; thence south along the east line of Harlan Street to the point of beginning. Said district includes the following described real estate: Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), and Four (4), of Block Twenty-three (23), of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3) and Four (4) of Block Twenty-four (24) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa. All of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) of the Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa. All of Blocks Eighty-one (81) and Eighty-two (82) of the Original Plat of the, City of Algona, Iowa. Block Two Hundred Seventysix (276) of Call's Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3) Four (4), and the East Half (E%) of Lot Five (5) and Lot Fourteen (14) of Block One (1) of Auditor's Plat of Reservation Number One (1) of Algona, Iowa. Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four (4), Six (6), Seven (7), Eight (8), Nine (9) and Ten (10) of Block Two Hundred Seventy-seven (277) of Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa. Blocks Two Hundred Forty- five (245) and Two Hundred Forty-Six (246) of Call's Avenue Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. Section Two. That no building, or other structure, except residences, school houses, churches, or other similar structures, shall hereafter be erected, reconstructed, altered, repaired, or occupied within said restricted residence district, without first securing from the City Council a permit therefor. Section Three. Any building, or structure erected, altered, repaired or used In violation of any of the provisions of this Ordinance, is hereby declared to be a nuisance, and may be abated as such In any action brought by the City of Algona, Iowa, In any Court of competent jurisdiction. Section Four. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not to exceed One Hundred Dollars, or be Imprisoned not to exceed thirty days in iail. Section Five. This Ordinance shall be In force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, towa, this 30th day of August, A ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved by me this 30th day of August, A. D. 1934. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. ANDERSON'S Rite- Way Food Store Spaghetti, S o>. pkgs. 3 WE DELIVER. Fruit aud BUY BUY ""tered phones: Office Phone 287Attorne »*U D, Shumway • A. TO Phone 180 Altornej-at-l,, Office over l owa Slate Phone 206. A. DAUSOJ onice over Iowa Phonea; Off| M , « 0 . CARROL A, „, Attorncjr.at.Iaff HUTCHISON DONALD C. IIUICHIS THEODORE C. HIT Quinby Building Phone 251 PARSONS & CfllLEj Attorneys at Lair B. H. Parsons JudgeaF.I Phone S20 : Algona, to Office over the Basket Ore DOCTORS JOHN N. KBNEFIClfl Physician and BnrgHi] Office over Rexall Drag i Office phone!«) Res, phone !!!, C. H. CHETZirETEB,I, Surgeon anil Phfsidu| Office John GalbraitkB Phones 444-310, tigona P. V. JAKSE.JU Physician and Sorgtoi] Office on South Dodge Phones: Office, 666; ' Algoni, Iowa WALTER F]U8EB,H,1 Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg, Eooal Phone No. 12 AIELTIN 0, BOUBSlI Physician and Office In Postottlce Phones: Office, 197; re* ^ I W. D. ANDREWS, ttftj Oiteopathlc Physician a" Located In General Phonea: Office 1«,K*' DENTISTS DB. H. M. 01805 Denllit. Gaa or novocalne u«l W| traction. Located over ChristenM« Phones: Business 166, r Algona, VETERIlUBUMj i i i. J.B. Veterinarian! West State Street, Apj Phonea: INSUKANCZ KOSSUTH C00Tf INSURANCE 4 esfll Over $15,000,000 w in force. A lome ecure. D- "• r a « uu< ADVANCt ^i^/»nfl.IOV% ADVAfi

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