Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1937 · Page 16
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PAGE FOUR KOSStJftt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Black Walnuts for Iowa Groves Urged In his editorial column in the Des Molnes Register Harvey Ingham 1ms of late been urging the planting of hardy, long-lived trees, such as the black walnut, to replace pioneer trees which are now dying out. Friday's column gave at 1 " ' opinion by T. liquor store manager here. Mr. Sherman mentioned noble black walnuts at the Dingley (former Ingham)and Quar- tern homes here, also recalling the of his boyhood at ,TUESDRY. length an agreeing C. Sherman, state black walnuts Humboldt. -*• Cowan B. & S. Opens Bancroft Warehouse Kenneth S. Cowan, of the Cowan Supply Co., has opened a warehouse at Bancroft for insulating supplies and is looking for a North End traveling salesman. At present he is covering the territory himself. Three Bancroft homes havn already been insulated and another is contracted for. Mr. Cowan's new Algona store across the alley north from the McCullou^h undertaking building carries " a large stock of paints, wall paper, insulation rock wool, etc. Another 20 Years for Titonka Bank The 20-year-old'corporate life of the Titonka Savings bank being about to expire, steps for renewal for another 20-year period were recently taken, and notice of reincor- poration is now being published in the Titonka Topic. E. J. Van Ness, Algona, is one of the incorporators, and the others are B. S. Pannkuk Henry Meyer, William Boyken, and R. L. Krantz. The late Al Falken- hainer was one of the bank's founders, and Editor Lee O. Wolfe, of the Topic, was cashier for a time. Stamp Collection liurned, Fire ruined two rooms in the Otto Bnrenthin home at Bancroft early a week ago Saturday morning. What caused it is not known. All furniture was ruined. The Bancroft Register says Mr. Barenthin's greatest loss was a stamp collection he began 42 years ago. 1'nsfor Iliirgess Speaker. The Rev. F. E. Burgess, new •Al- Methodist pastor, was principal speaker at an old-fashioned (everybody help himself) father and son banquet last (Monday) evening at the Fenton Methodist church. Grreenberg Auto Supply Stock Reducing Sale Right in the Midst of the Holiday Season Auto Supplies All Prices Cut to the Bone! No Use Mentioning Prices, We're Selling Every Item in Stock at a Low Price. General and Gillett, One look and you'll buy TIRE CHAINS WINTER FRONTS FOG LITES ELECTRIC AND KEROSENE FLARES HEATERS — BATTERIES — RADIATORS Tillotson Carburetors Safety G-lass AXEL SHAFTS—DIFFERENTIAL GEARS a few of Our many Items You'll find anything you want here, for less $ $ SAVE MONEY—BUY AT THE The ALGONA, IOWA tu (.Ji't Auto Supplies Is at An Supply Store—That's Us! uto If you don't have tickets, or need more, ask us for them -> before the day of show. They are FREE; KOSSUTHiCOUNTY IMPLEMENT CO,, ALGONA Former Kossuth Resident Bridegroom is Organization of a new Rotary club with 18 Members at Pocahontas is announced. Two or threo othor clubs in the district are in Process of BAUERS, WESLEY TO CLEAR LAKE FOR A WEDDING Wesley, Nov. 29—Mr. and Mrs. R C. Bauer, with their three youngei children, attended the wedding Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock nt SI. Patrick's Catholic church, Clear Lake, of Mrs. Bauer's nephew, John Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt, Clear Lake, formerly Wesley, to Opal Thompson, of Kensctt. The couple were attended by John's sister Vorna and the bride's brother Arley. The bride was attired in a white satin gown, with train and long veil, and she carried a hou- liiet of pink and white roses. Her bridesmaid wore a wine-colored dress. A wedding breakfast was served at the bride's home to a large number of relatives and riends. After a short honeymoon the newlyweds will farm near r :iear Lake. 'Wesley Group to Minnesota— Ruth Haverly, Maurine Hanson, and Edmond and Everal Loebig drove to Llsmore, Minn., last week Tuesday for a visit till the following Wednesday at Mrs. Frank Loebig's, and Everal remained there to help his aunt in a store till after the Christmas rush. The Wesleyans were among guests at a wedding dinner and dance given by Mrs. Loebig's daughter Coletta and her husband, Edw. Voss, Lismore, who had been married that morning at 9 o'clock at St. Anthony's Catholic church, Lismore. The newlyweds are now farming near Lismore. Editorial In Register Pays Tribute to Dr. Jos. H. Edge Some time ago the Algona Advance commented on the loss to Algona of Dr. Joseph Edge, one of three highly respected ministers who had shifted from that community to others in a very brief period. This shifting of pastors is part of church procedure, and of course has its advantages, though it does wrench the feelings of friends. Dr. Edge, however, did not shift to another pastorate. He went to the presidency of Dakota Wesleyan university at Mitchell, the only. Metho• dist college in South Dakota. He Is the thirteenth president. The college Is one that, '. In common with many other of the not-so-large Institutions, has had to face bravely hard times. It has had, however, a fine past, and should have a fine future. We somewhat belatedly join, the Algona paper in congratulating the college and its new president, both. President Edge is another lowan who is advancing and doing a good work. The foregoing short editorial from Monday's Des Moines Register is reprinted by way of tribute to Father DaTern, Dr. J. H. Edge, and the recent Baptist pastor, the ministers named in the Advance editorial. Since then Algona has lost another progressive and popular minister, the Rev. C. Paul Carlson. It is unusual for any town of Algona's size to lose so many ministers in so short a time. The thought occurs that it is not to Algona's discredit that the town cannot keep its ministers, but, on the contrary, vastly to Its credit, in that it attracts and trains the kind of minisers who are sought for larger opportunities. W. W. Waymack, editor of the Register & Tribune editorial pages, undoubtedly wrote the tribute here quoted, and it is of interest to note that he and Doctor Edge are oldtime Morningside college mates. Home from Ollie— Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer returned last week Tuesday from Ollie, to which point they had gone on receipt of news of an accident in which Mrs. Meuror's father, Peter Brass, suffered cracked ribs and iruises. Mr. Brass has hold a clos- ng out farm sale and is now at the Meurer home here. Phyllis Studer :are for the Mourcr children while ho parents wore away for a week. Irs. Heno Home Again— Mrs. Albert Reno, who recently lad a major operation at Mercy | hospital, Mason City, was lately I brought home and is making satisfactory recovery. Her daughter-in- i law, Mrs. Loo Reno, who had helped with the work at the Reno restaurant-hotel, and the children, Carol and Eddie, returned Friday to Ledyard. whore Lee is employed in a garage. Attend Thanlis-iviiiK Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer left early Wednesday morning for Hettinger, N. D., to be present Thanksgiving day at a family reunion of the Bauers at R. C.'s mother's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleinpet.er, David and Diane, were Thanksgiving guests of Dr. and Mrs. Leon F. Smith, Fort Dodge. guests of the father and sister, Swen Nelson and Hanna. DeEtta and Minnie Angle, with their brother Earl, all children of Amos Angle, have left for California, where they will make a stay of indefinite length. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kleinpeter, with the two children, were Thanksgiving guests of Vincent's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleiu- peter. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Gerdes, their two daughters, and the Glenn Mc- Murrays, Belmond, were Thanksgiving guests at the R. B. Hopkins home. « Fidelis Skow, student at AVaidorf college, Forest City, spent the Thanksgiving week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow. Mrs. A. R. Conner, Popcjoy, spent Thanksgiving at Clarence Ward's. i/hat's New in farm tquipnenf " "*" , , .J „,„ J.,«|op m «nl,, n«w A n««» ••M.*' " -..: .HI la rut vaur toitl. .','•pi;,.Y,ui>n.-.nl t. .M. ,.u, ...... Churches Observe Thanksgiving 1 —. Special Thanksgiving services wore held Thursday morning at St .laseph's Catholic church; also Wednesday night at the Methodist church, the Rev. A. Johnson, Britt, preaching. Council Minutes **^ Cnllcu'c Hoys Come Homo— Fred A. Diekmann Jr. and Alf Hildman, students at a business college at Des Moines, spent the Thanksgivin their people. week-end hero with Other Wesley News. The Oliver Youngs, who now own the Stockwell house, expect to move into it next week. The house where they now live was owned by Leo Hanig, who recently sold it to Mrs. Tillie Loebig, who has been renting the Robert Metz house in the. south end of town. Mildred Funnemark and a girl friend, both of St. Olaf's college, spent Thanksgiving with the former's family, and other guests of the Olaf Funnomarks were the Lester Larsons and the Ole Floras. The A. M. and L. L. Lease families and Mrs. Susan Lease were among guests entertained on Thanksgiving day at J. W. Walker's, Corwith. The E. J. Studers were there also. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seefeld. their two daughters, Mrs. Johanna Hanson, and Harold were Thanksgiving Nov. 25.— The City Council met in regular session with all the members present. It being Thanksgiving the meeting was adjourned to Nov. 26 at 8 p. m. Nov. 26, 1937: The City Council met at the City Hall in adjourned session with Mayor Specht, and all of the councilmen present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Ordinances No. 251 and No. 252 were passed. Resolution passed authorizing City Treasurer to assign two $1000 Federal Land Bank of St. Louis bonds and receive proceeds received for said bonds. R. L. Robinault beer bond renewed. Following bills were allowed: APPROPRIATING ORDINANCE NO. 469 Electric Fund J. W. Kelly, salary ................ $195.00 Leo Bollock, salary ................ 140.00 F. C. Dailey, salary ................ 15.00 F. C. Dailey, salary ............ 125.00 Tom Halpin, salary ................ 135.00 Walter Gorman, salary ...................... H. E. Stephenson, salary ........ 130.00 Ray Barton, salary ................ 130.00 C. C. Wright, salary ................ 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary ............ 140.00 Harold Roth, labor ................ 105.60 Ernst Thiel, meter reading .............................................. 28.50 Wm. Vanderwerf, et al, labor 53.60 United States Rubber Products, mdse ............................. 37,94 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 42.41 General Electric Supply , • Corp., mdse ............................. 31,85 Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg, Co., mdse ............................... 587.41 Electric Supply Co., mdse. .. 293.11 Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co., mdse ..................... 314 Joslyn Mfg. & Supply Co., mdse. ........................................ 3Q.60 Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co., mdse ......................... 12,00 Lunkenheimer Co., mdse ..... 10.18 General Electric Supply Corp. mdse ........................................ „ 7.50 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse ......................................... 232.40 Malleable Iron Range Co., Chemacol, the little helper, makes cold mornings warm for early risers. Instant response to draft control gives quick heat when wanted. PEERLESS Is easily throttled down in mild weathe,; responds instantly to opened dampers. Requires little attention, very little ash. r-or years it has been ordered repeatedly by satisfied users. Try a load of Botsford's Peerless today BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. PHONE 256 JOIPOOfc 78.50 Terry-Durln Co., mdse 134.94 West. Electr;c Supply Co. __ 81.29 Shell Petroleum Corp., gas oil 362.26 Shell Petroleum Corp., gas °H 398.44 Milwaukee Ry., freight on gas oil „ 424.40 Addressograph Co., mdse. .. 100.38 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse 13.57 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs .. 6.54 Kohlhaas & Spilles .86 Pratt Electric Co., mdse. .. 66.34 Cresco Union Electric Co., mdse 3.30 Ry. Express Agency, ex- Press ; 1.55 H. W. Post, freight 40.36 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., service 16.54 Mrs. W. D. Nugent, return goods 10.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil 5.83 Harris Bros., gas & oil 1.95 Algona Laundry, laundry .... -.6.72 3otsford Lumber Co., mdse. .. 6.27 Ugona Ins. Agency, public liability 276.20 The Permutit Co., mdse 75 Deposit Fund Harry Christensen et al, refund deposit 94.70 Water Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 75.00 3arry Barton, salary 130.00 Prank Ostrum, salary 130.00 Laura Mitchell, salary \... 110.00 Earl Bowman, labor 105.60 Ryner Helmers et al, labor.... 36.88 7.52 5.60 .77 .95 3.65 8.82 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse 76.81 Neptune Meter Co,, mdse, .. 175.10 Jas. P. Marsh Corp,, mdse. 5.13 Wigman Co., mdse 21.40 Lelghton Supply Corp., mdse. 37.37 Kossuth Motor Co., mdse. .. Lalng & Muckey, mdse Botsford Lumber Co., mdse,.. Ry. Express Agency, express H. W. Post et al, freight .... Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil .. Algona Ins. Agchcy, public liability 138.10 General Fund Frank Green, salary , 130.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary .... 10.00 H. A. Van Alstyrte, salary .... 112.00 R. H. Valentine, salary 110.00 Bert Norton, special police _ 8.20 F. W. Green, dogs 2.00 K. & H. Co-op. Oil Co,, gas and oil 12.37 Harris Bros., gas and oil 1.55 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs 12.57 Northwestern Bell Telephone, service 3.32 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 30.00 Jesse Lashbrook, slaary 95.00 Elliott Skilling, man & team , 125.89 Willard Gregson, man & team 117.42 Oliver Bakken, labor 76.61 Frank Skilling, labor 61.60 George Gunder, labor ;., 79.31 John Helmers, labor ' 74.30 Charley Harvey, labor 7.70 Spear & McVey, team work...., 45.03 J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse 18.86 Austin Western Road Machinery, mdse 10.95 H. W, Post, freight 1.98 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 12.96 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Greenberg Auto Supply, mdse Kent Motor Co., repairs Harris Bros. Station, gas and oil Waldron & Solberg, gas and 28.41 11.48 23.64 15.79 7.47 oil 9.29 Clapp's Master Service, gas and oil 17.83 Dutch Super Service, gas and oil 7.02 Thos. Akre, rent 10.42 Johnson D-X Service 15.45 Bert Whitmarsh, care of dump 25.00 Mrs. A. M. Collinson, matron rest room 20.00 Dr. Sawyer, rent of rest room 25.00 ECohlhaas & Spilles, mdse 77 J. F. Overmyer, repairs 2.56 Ollie Robinault, refund cigarette license 37.00 Algona Ins. Agency, public liability 138.10 Sewer Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 ,Ym. Vanderweff, labor 9.75 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 1.41 Firo Fund C. Wright, salary 45.00 U. S. Fire Equipment Co., mdse 25.20 American LaFrance & Foam- ite Ind., mdse 14.00 Passed and approved this 26th day of November, 1937. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. slice off arc DOW OF THE We are featuring cape- dally the remarkable arid 19 jewel Lady Elgina. Ask to sen them! •It s a role these fine watches have been playinc for more than three generat lions-and tbisycar thcyare more brilliantly in the gift- giving upotligln than ever before. Fortbcyincludethe sensational new 21 jewel Lord Elgin wrist watches for men and tb e B t unn i n 19 jewel Lady Elgin baguettes—the most i m . portant timepiece creations of the decade! All the models for men have a rnggcdncas and B lamina that shows in every line. The models for women are so gay, so appealing— nnd still BO trustworthy f^' 1 ' 6 " 1 " 1 'today! Prices: 818.50 to 8750.00. A. H. Borchardt Drugs and Jewelry, Farmers Attention McCormick Deerin Day Tuesday, December, 7th Free M Free D Here's something to look forward pense. Free Movi Free Dance to—a big party f or you and your family at our ex- ? e fj nn ^ at 2:30 P.M. m the Iowa Theatre nn i n gat8:3op,M. In the Anderson Hall Music b T»iiT»io t -o re e«krly on the noonday McConmck-Dfeering prog^ pupds fromBermce Stock's School of the.Dance. SPONSORED _BY _i McCor ALGONA, IOWA mick Deering Store

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