Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
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PAGE TWO LOTTS GREEK YOUNG COUPLE ARE MARRIED Fenton, Feb. 22—Lillian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, end Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, were married Sunday, the Rev. Ernst Fiene, Lotts Creek pastor, officiating. The bride was! church services for the Sigurd Or- atlired in blue silk and was at- vick's, who will soon move to a visits here they will go to Minneapolis to visit friends and thence go to Wisconsin for other visits. S. S. Class Has a Party— The Methodist Young Married Peoples' S. S. class had a party at the church Thursday evening, 22 attending. The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman were entertainment committee, and Mrs. Walter Wld- dcl and Mrs. Fred Brown refreshments committee. Farewell 1'arty at. Seneca— The Seneca Lutherans gave farewell party Sunday after Ames Friday, and Karl visited hia brother James, student at State college, while Lyle vi his brother Harold, also a dent. James and Karl and Doctor Krause- then went on to Moines to visit other relatives. Edmund Krause accompanied party as far as Fort Dodge to visit a sister, Mrs. Enos Wrede.' All returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter H with Mr. and Mrs. Harry i a tended by Verona Radig, sister of the bridegroom. Miss Radig wore a wine-silk dress. The bridegroom •was attended by Ervin Mittag, cousin of the bride. The immediate families and a few friends attended the wedding and were served at dinner at the home of the farm near Ledyard. The Orviks were presented with a clock. Pastor's Birthday Observed— The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman were entertained at dinner Sunday at their daughter, Mrs, Delmar Cooper's, Algona. The oc- brlde's parents. Table waiters I casion honored the birthday anni- ivere Evelyn Radig and Evelyn versary of Mr. Waterman. Pompo. The newlyweds will live on the Hollisier farm, five miles I north of Lotts Creek. !„,„, ,„„, „„„ baptise(] Sun(]ay Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ware,, Emmetsburg, spent Friday at their | son Francis Ware's. Mrs. |ers, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Meinke spent Monday at Lowman's, Sexton. The Lester Johnsons, B; were Sunday dinner guests at E. K. Johnson's. The Dr. A. T. Whitlows, Armstrong, were at the par ,, ««>„ their infant son had Child Care Studies Completed The fourth and last home l>ro-!" ocvk - He Wils ject training school for Seneca vvfl}no ' and Fenlon townships was held Friday at Mrs. Eugene Pearson's, j iat the Presbyterian church at Lone FENTOtf NEWS Karl Schwartz and Lyle Newel Algona, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Alta, jand the Alfred Meyers family were '• entertained at dinner Sunday the parental L. J. Weisbrod's. Elerlcks will soon move to Vista, where Mr. The four lessons were on child .accompanied Dr. August Krause to manager of a creamery. care and training. Patterns for , children's clothing were given out, and the lessons were given by L.U- cilo Pepoon, H, D. A. Achievement day, which will be held In March, •was discussed at a special meeting •at Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod's Tuesday. Pictures were taken by Miss Pepoon. Eighteeii women attended the Pearson meeting. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. Don Weisbrod. Fenton, were in attendance. Independence -l-ll C'liih IHVi'ts — EX-TITONKA PASTOR GIVES BURT SERMON Burt, Feb. 22—The Rev. L. G. tertained at dinner at Glenn derson's Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Anderson's 1 which was last week Wednesday. The Independence Idealists 4-H j Gartner, Titonka, preached at the club met Saturday afternoon «t | Methodist church here Sunday Nina Bergeson's, ten members and j morning, in the absence of the two loaders present. La Vatin ' Rev. Thoburn Speicher, who is j Surprise for Schoolgirl— A group of school friends prised Norma Scott Saturday even- i ing by going to her home f | party in honor of her birtl ! The group attc-nded a show in gona and then returned to Scott home for refreshments. Irs. Gpnn*o Koestler Improved— Mrs. E. A. Hanson, .,.. v i^t.v.^.,, !_,!,. .ji*..,.. ^.it. , tui.. ! ivij > . iiitjuuill Q1JUJU11U1, Will) Itil-.. ... Priebe gave a talk, classifying ex-i still confined to his bod with malta ! ^" ln " ™ ltR(i her_ parents, Mr. and pendituros in tho personal expense fever, though he has been brought' "" ""' ~ book, and Ivadel Bolte one on care homo from the Kossuth hospital of the teeth. Ruth Weisbrod gave , Saturday and is slowly recovering, Mrs. George Koestler, Mrs. Johanna. Dettman is staying at the Koestler home. Mrs. Koestler, who has been in poor health «. demonstration on how to -adapt a : this being a long-drawn-out dis- L , . . , chair for 'citchen tasks. Listening ; ease. Mr. Gartner is a former Tl- several week^, is better. to musical numbers was in charge , tonka Methodist pastor who for a of Maxine Egemo nnd Nina. Tho few years has been in CCC work I girls sang. Little Brown Church in ; in northern Minnesota. He has for ! Litllo Oirl Gives Party— the Vale Gypsy Love Song A two-course luncheon was served. some years 1];u] an flp , ary at , ri j (if entertained at tonka and has made a success of a narty at hel . ]lomo in the arter . ^ i bee-keeping. Hold ('(inference ! A Walther League winter con- { Alprwiinns a( ISridtrc Party— ference in Zone 10 was held Sun-! Sirs. P. F. Kriethe entertained a day at the Fairvillo Lutheran i group of women at a 1 o'clock!']' -church, and members from Fcnton, luncheon followed by bridge Fri- noon in honor of he event. C. W. Schryver and Mrs. R. Rash were also guests. Burt, West Bend attended, day afternoon. Guests were Mrs. to Toirion-Aiix Jft'cl— Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Graham tended a Legion-Auxiliary conven- The xone loader, Henry Zinnel, of F. L. Pratt, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mrs. | t 'j on , lt j) OS Moines'early in ook. Mrs. Graham is county Aux- "Wost Bend, had charge. Because D. L. McDonald, Airs. Al Staehle, i¥ji ., „.„„„ of the resignation of Luella Bell Mrs. Howard French, Titonka, and j liar ' y ' cha"irman',"and' iM"i""Gra"ham o'j'rt as secretary. Leo Wehrspann, of Mrs. IT. W. Miller and Mrs E. J. is commander of the local post. "West Bend was elected. Marjoric ; Murtagh, Algona. High score prize- Johnson, Falrville, was elected as i was won by Mrs. Staehle, and sec- Two Birthdays Observed— zone reporter. It was decided to, ond high prize wont to Mrs. j The J. H. Schroeders and Mrs. lioltl a spring rally and talent French. , Velum McBride and children spent quest in May here. I . , ... — , , , • Su?iday at the R. A. Bartlett homo ----- Anderson Birthday Celebrated— | in wwttemore. It was the birth- •Wiillnt'fi Smith to Texas— " ' " - - - - • Mrs J A. G. Smith's Sunday i Hanker and Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Mr. school class and W. J. Weisbrod's ,- v »d Mrs. Martin Greise, Hugh Mc- Sons group gathered at the ; Ronald, Viola Smith, Axel Andor- Anderson Ilirtlidav Celebrated Dn-ggist and Mrs, P ; L. Pratt, i ^T Mr^ SchroedeT and "^ I ™<"«"*: ^^ '^.JJlf. ft^.-" K08K 1 1 TH COUNTY ADVANCE,, hia the sited stu- ctor Des Edthe visit re- nga, aase Mae, 501141 /are, their Otto her eim- orge erry roft, t E. I'hlt- - Ill L par- rank Hary lie's, (Mto, vere The Alta 1 be Antion- day, »y. sur- ven- sr a day. Althe | 1 *yn» <inct dtiy. vins PSl~ nlfVl A 1 111 ain- oup 1 at : ter- VTrs. W. at- ' '0 lithe ux- lam Irs. lent )nic •th- j Blelch, Martha Ruhnke, Alvina and Ruth Has.se attended a Walther League Winter Conference of Zone irt «f Tfluirvdin flundftv aftornoon. J.U aL I?»llIVIllt! IDU1I1HVJ tyil.^-1 II V." Hennings Family to Algonn— Th© August Hennings family, who have been living in the Dr. J. G Plnnanrlrllo ImllQP in nori'll Hlll'l. -, l^lH^ocilllllU HUUHo 111 I1U1 Lii AJUI LI have moved to Algona. __a Iliiffimins Return to Indiana— The 0. B. Muffmans arc moving this week to Brazil, Ind., where they lived befoe moving here a year or so ago. • ii i * Other Burt News. Knoll Post and the Auxiliary will meet this week Tuesday evening at W. J. Lockwood's, and assisting hostesses are Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, Mrs. F. A. Rlngsdorf, and Mrs. L. V. McWhorter, the latter of Algona. The Lyle Johnsons, Luke Cryfi- tal, Minn., visited Sunday with '• Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. They were accompanied by the Joe Beltses, who visited L. R. Daniels and Mrs. Augusta BelU. Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott entertained Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbce at dinner Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stanley, Elmore, n son and a granddaughter, with Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rob- orts, Lone Rock, visited Sunday at D. T. Hobson's. Lorena Schwietert, who works for a bus company at Mason City, spent Sunday and Monday with lior parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Schwietert. Margaret Morness, who is employed in Chicago, spent Monday and Tuesday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness. Lester Schwietert, Clear Lake, and .Mr. and Mrs. Movie Sclrwie- lert, Algona, visited Mrs. Bertha Schwietert , Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Bleich, who had been at the General hospital at Algona for a couple of weeks, was brought home Sunday. Vera Chipman, who is employed in Mason City, spent the week-end with her father, E. 0. Chipman. Mrs. Charles Hawks, Spirit. Tyikp, i,s spending a week or two with her father, Ed Marlow. The Fidelis Sunday school class meets this 'week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. C. S. Coffin's. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stainbrook were business visitors at Charles City Monday. Mrs. H. A. Lewis and daughter, Aigona, visited Mrs. Louisa Thompson Monday. Elma • Boettchor. Fenlon, spent the week-end at the D. L. McDon- Cl 1 (1 ilOlllC. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Inlay, Lakota. were calling on Burt friends Sunday. The R. 0. Butterfields are moving to a farm near Delevan, Minn., this week. farm. The W. Lock'wooc ••riM J. Lo 's fftt o~ Bo An Auditor 9;00 o'ck lUonni o Auditor w Motion I Morris til Mary Altt per month Motion Frascv t School Fi for $1200.<X Motion Cosgrove nent Solio ding and Avos! Al m^f a Off! ck a. SUPG Ith all iy Frr it the ra O''I . Aye iy Mo lat t nd TJ< be a >y Mo hat tl >1 Fun Clara irotion by Cc by Frnser that ports lie approi hake .Justice o Sheridan, tlustlc Motion Helicon th 1DM an 193 NAM K W. A. M( Mrs. T..VC1I >y Mo it the 7 on t ore . :i K rt lOmina F.[ Rclfi John T. Lalllcr Mike Wcl .John A. Herman f Fred O-ro IT. W. Pe Freddie f r Bonnie K Kdward "\ Chnn. A. Sam Win divert J. Mrs. 'Kva Mabel T.I Mrs. Tjau Lars Skai John For Vernon 1: Andrew I Walter J. L. H. Ml Harold ai Julia 13. Louis Co Mrs. Mar Frank Sc Wm. Rist F J A da B'. 'li. Sai Hinricli f MrH. Mini ,T. P. Nicl Top Stcil Wallace 'V Martin D Anna M. O. A. Am Marv Sell 0. J. Stn Herman 1 Krnest Fc Mlrriam T 211 Secfelt Unions ibnch st .. PS .. Ion _ ? Kclo Win to er .. Rlppi Mitta? ulcn •a Pe r 1 ... nrt . eterso Scbm ler . d Ma •bus • Jem laleln ui .. m e A ... ders chnch lie Fe erson fj. Vltswr drikse Mallo> orefCR 3ltes thera Vise . hr ._ Tnl-inp-r TTnrvey Pock _ John Fuhrmann Leonard R. J. Ski Walter W Clara Hpi Ella McD md J linpr ROSP iphill maid Mrs. Peai* urc Arthur C. ^Varc ,T. B. .Torniston Kdvrard ' . Fitc Frank D. Tollie Me John Kpl Marvin C Mntrclplim Albert Sc Robert R Kmma. an Dnrlene K'eniiPth i Lpnfy Jr. Pruis er __ tt Cron Kaje in mac and 1 A. 5 'relsen rathsr and J THUftgDAY. FE The John Olfford children have the measles. / Eva dairy Dflyton .».*.*.-.— Leo and rma Gooho „.'. ard Proceedings property bo cancelled: Clnlm No. 44, W. B. Murray,'NEW N33W Section 3, j William Link s orfioe, February S, 193S. k a. m. Supervisors met to call ot t \ a ra S c n r 0 Tnd rSS ecm,d 0 e 1 d'by Section> Township 99, Range the cash allowance of Ayes: All. Itans Anderson Iteyo Bookclmnn . ; Ben U. Meyer ——* I Frank W. Bahtlns — Ben Bahllttff ,. Mm. T^n,ura Holtcnmp iDwIght 0. Webster B, J. Anllkcr Frank Flshor .-_.-- nudolf Tlnnnovor J , John N, Konstler Township 97, 'flnnffo 30, nntl claim No. 2S, Bert Patterson, on the application for of Tlllle Wagner >vcd. Ayes: All. .„ nnd seconded by hat the Renewal of Perma- jl Fund Loans of A. A. Ka- Clara Wessel too approved. Cosgrove and seconded following 1!>37 re- John P. Uhlon- ace, and .T. I-f. Peace. Ayes: All. and seconded by Motion by Frnser and seconded by Will Thllgos Lizzie and Frank Koppon W K. Outlcncoht A. J. nolesehal Mary Govern Ooswove? that E. S. Kinsey, County,W. 'ft. nlcklefs -. . . , . . Auditor of Kossuth county,-Town, bo!Stephen TJnrten — directed to enforce collection o£ all sums advanced by KoRsnth county, Warner M. Schmidt Mrs, 'Eninm Beard Iowa, In behalf of' EJIzabelh LonB for Herman Strucckcr -her expenses of support and keep In ; t>lck«- Harms —_—----— ----Cherokee Slate hospital. Said claim to tie npalnst the Dan Long Sr, estate: Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser nnd seconded by Morris that a resolution pertaining to JInry Neuman Cliim II. Taylor N. Victor Lowe n. P. Norton Herman Rlchter 19M an 1037 on the following described jot Assessment and Review: AMOUNT % GOO- Primary Highway No. 44 be adopted j R. J. Doyle .....—.and placed on flic. Ayca: All. Wilfred Peter Johnson Motion by Cosgrove nnd seconded T,eona Godfrcdson _ hy Fraser that the following appllca- [ Kenneth and Thelma Knudscn. lions for Homestead Credit be ap-Uosph F. Curran ...—~ " Marie 'Rosewnll — proved as per ruling of State Board 400- teors,r:::::::::::::: w iwo nsmcTcr 2021 1936 — (ISO, 1938 (IBB 1938 C20 . 1938 C7G 1938 2(180 1936 2018 2K!0__ 1936 28IO___ 1938 I'.OO 1936 :!00 1W6 5-10. 2B25.. _ 1936 2116 1936 2500 19M isr.r> 2500 _ _ 1938 2,120 .19311 •100.. 21.19 _. 1936 fiOO nippentrop lttng den Penny Schmidt Carlson.. •bus Jennings IMS.. . cofl ]3M 792 1MO rgf zw— I II'iy-JG ie Fechner RBO 1930 900 ^ 1010 _ 1938 Jim I" 1936 "_ fiffl 1938 """"III sio ir"in.n 7SS _ 1036 "~" _ 2713 1038 =391. ...1936 :!20 Martha Droyer__ "Weisbrod home Friday evening for « on , and Martha Ruhnke were en- a par'ty in honor of Wallace Smith, member of the Loyal Sons class, who loft Monday for San Antonio, Tex. The evening was spent at .sticks and other games, 30 attending. Special guests were the Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman anil Anna Fink, Virginia Frank, Gladys Sloichter, and Bernice Brown. 'Parish Ni^ht is Observed— Parish night was observed in the ^ parochial school basement at Lotts j — Creek Friday evening. The serv- ss Ing committee consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs. August Pijahn, anil Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Krause. A program in keeping with Washington's birthday was given, and cards were played. Fifty attended. Uirthday Surprise I'arfy Given— Dolon Voettler was honored at a Virthday surprise party Saturday, "when schoolmates and other friends gathered to celebrate his 3.8th anniversary. Games were played, and Delon received gifts. The guests included John Wegener, Robert Bruhn, Virgil Finnestad, Victor Schmeling, and Arthur and Merle Mueller. McBride. week-end at the E. C. SchwielertMrs. Aitg home. Ko Walthev Leaguers Attend 3tcet— The Rev. L. Richmann, Luella Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson, of Jros £| lhQs - Schultz ln*nnn hnvo mnvpri In ilin TCnppk'^V_._ ' •/?_ Z n . Algona, have moved to the Kueckjj,. s '_ SI even. ?1 5 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-III "" s iriiiiriiiii~iiii"i!i.i(i 2«W ~_ li)."!o 12SO"" SOU 1 1936 1000 •ino 21100 1930 02-1"" S18 l(V'l 1130 1!)3(i I'l'Ofl i9-jr, 1S2ir"~ -iqn,, 110" 821" 2310^ •171' and ,T. W. Johnson Bertha Burkson Bahling ..HI ?stlpr 2.">00 ]2fiS" •2:M~_ J.'OO 2546 (110 ]02fl ...193', "I1936 19,16 IIIIIIIIjIIIIIIl9.1fi _ _ " ""1930 ........... "" l930 J;)3(i Ukena I" 21!)0~~mim™IIIIIII-193G 391)7 3937 3937 3937 3937 3937 1937 1937 3937 If/37 ]0:i7 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 19:17 1937 3937 19,37 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 3937 3937 1937 1937 3937 3937 19,17 1937 19!7 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 19':7 33:17 3937 1937 1937 19.17 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 Ulanslnn and Thorwald Larsen. O. V. Barker IT. Kdward Miller 3353 Hlrnm IB. White SSO C. U Sampson "« , __ ; Clarence Fraser *™ .Tas. B. Boelan — «»» Mary Uhlenhalce , 1JBO •William Rusch -J'2 0 Ernest HahcKer • HB3 C. R. and Bess J3. I-,a Barre 440 M. J. Pool 2KO Mrs. Hattle Sprank 1048 Laura Wolto • Alice Sabln James Chrlstcnscn TT. E. Rachut Bert Cronan Clara D. Scharp Clara R. Erdman Wm. TToock Kvn, Selfert Steven Fern Sowlck Fred Lavronz Jr. Clara and Alfred Schultz Joseph ThllKes Mary M. Corles _ ... Albert TT. TTaprg Mary XciRler ] Mrs. Laura Sewlclc Myrtle C. Dickinson I Joe II. Tapper ~~~ Cnthorinn F/lmers 3- JWO Swen Pearson "IIII 2240' On motion Board adjourned until 9:00 a. m. Fohnuiry ]:,. Count;:,/ 300 1800' 1780 IflOO 1000 960 1184 CIO (HO 700 3344 1540' 600 1600 •__. 1000' 2580 2T81 2500 C50 155; ROO - 2SO' WO 2000 2f>32 S494 32T. (180 1380' 2308 2500 -..!:« 251(1 - 1: '" f > ..151', Auditor's Office, February 15, 1938. 9:00 o'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with the following members present: McDonald, Frasor, Morris, and Cosgrovc. ATjsent: Helken. Motion by Morris nnd seconded by Cosgrove that the following pauper notices be served on the- following persons: Bob Jones and family, Harold Melnscr and family. Gottlieb Shaffer and family, Jesa Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs, John Blerl. Art Dowd and family, Robert Smith and family and Jim '.Bhorn and family. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser and seconded by Cosgrove that the Board adjourn to the Court Room and prepare to meet with representatives for the 3938 Rood Program. E. S. KINiSBY, County Auditor. Algona, Iowa, Court Room, February 15, 1938. 10 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors proceeded to meet with representatives from each of the following townships In Kossuth county for the 1938 road program: Eagle—T. L. Thoreson. Grant—Walter Engstrom. Springfield—C1. B. Risk. Hebron—L. W. Erich. Lincoln—Paul Hertzlte. Ledyard— J. ir. Hnlcoir.b TTarrison— denrsi- H Swca— Axel Krlckfon Seneca— T. C. 0;ist '' Greenwood— A. ,\. Fan?- p Tin m HO y— A. J. I.appc. ""' German— IT. Prt-fsmaii Buffalo— W. A. Schraii Portland— W. 11 MIWJA-- Burt— K. (-,. Kwrildt ..... Ponton— P. M. Clirlji-nw 'Lotts Creek— C. \V. £;(,,(! Union— Tom Reid. Plum Crock- -ll.-nry nrl- We.slcy— L. A. lininnn:! • Prairie— John Ai-mlni-frr Trvlngton— S. J. ' Oresco— I Tarry Whlttomore— II. Oarfleld— II. \v. , UlvorcJnlc— Cliavl Sherman— Henry .1. Kr- Lu Vernp— A. A. Sohiin;! Motion was nmilc nml f- W. E. McPnuald iirl a? and E. S. Kinsey ai-t a.- ^' Motion carried. Avfs: ,\::. MotJon by l\"nlilii:i:fS ar.l; by TCwolt that tin. j-n.nl ;.•;• approved as j-i-.-ui by the \ Avon: All. Motion by Plathf nnil !-::. Schultz that tlii-rr. liclns :-'' business at Ihls tlir.p, ther.s Journ. Ayes: All. E. S. 2 Ccuniy r i-' Sob's n. 1rr ,« ai V, n 2tj •n '.(K a: OVer |llllll!ll!lllll!ll!lllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllillllll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllHi in |[ | lllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIllll INDUSTRY - BL(j WS ECONOMY, COMFORT Into ' BUILDINcf Capitol "ffltrs. r.aiiircriiiann Laid Up— The Walter Wegeners visited "Mrs. Wegener's sister, Mrs. Bertha Langermann, Hampton, Sunday. Mrs. Langermann fell while xhc was coming out of a theater that day, and suffered torn ligaments in a leg. The leg was placed in a cast. She operates a beauty .shop. Newest In Saves Hospital Fuel Home Insulation ASK ANY HOME OWNER WHO HAD THE BENEFIT OF CAPITOL ROCK WOOL INSULATION WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR HIM. READ WHAT THESE OWNERS OF TYPICAL BUILDINGS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF THIS NEJW MODERN FORM OF HOME INSULATION IN HOMES, BUSINESS, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. I Coast (Jirls Visit Here- Minnie Haase and Jean Waehuta, •who had been in California a year <and a half, arrived Sunday to visit Miss Ilaase's sister, Mrs. Herman Cade, and other relatives. After During My First Term in the House of Representatives, I Have Served on These Committees Appropriations Building and Loan, Chairman Cities and Towns Constitutional Amendments County and Township Organizations Insurance •Judiciary liquor Control Motor Vehicles and Transportation x I have endeavored to sincerely serve my county and my state. Your support in my candidacy for a second term will be appreciated. PHIL KOHLHAAS Candidate, for Re-election on the Democratic Ticket State Representative "Mr. Cowan insulated my attic in August, 1987, with Capitol Rock Wool. I find that it is proving very satisfactory. The house is much more comfortable with up= parcntly a large saving of fuel compared to other winters. Hjjj It is equally satisfactory us n cooling proposition during S the summer." Siened—R. M. Wallace, M. D. | NOTE—Snow on house in background is melting. = This house is not insulated. Heat is escaping. The snow : on the Wallace home in the foreground is as fresh as : when it fell, showing no heat loss. ^J Capitol Rock Wool Insulation cuts fuel bills 20% to =jjjj 10% and reduces summer home temperatures 8 to 15%. Office is Benefited "Since you insulated and weather stripped die pital, we have noticed a remarkable change. In past ters we have always had trouble keeping the north si* the building warm. NOW we have no trouble whatfl We have heated the entire building with great While I haven't had a chance to check fuel consul"!* tor an entire winter, I ftm positive that we are gohlj save from 25% to 80% on our coal bill. The only » I regret is that I did not get this work done four or» years ago." Signed—W, B. Andrews, D. 0, Capitol Rock Wool Insulation can be installed!»', or old homes in a few hours with no fuss or bother M cupants. This unique new six-room house »r i,o,,,e re ri:'- ck ' a ^ eo ™ * soi » ">«'«""- Maxwell on north Minnesota street modern Rock Wool b manner. this home for R. L. in every detail. It has been insulated *«* FubllC most modern NOTE-House to the left. This house is not in su i at e d „„„ , melting snow on the roof. The snow on the M^lM™ ,1 eSCttPing UDd and solid as when it fell. Maxwell.Insulated house is as white , the Cowan B ««ding Supply „ w ' w i was able to keep quite comfortable during the summer months, whereas before the temperature was almosT un' bearable, and this winter I have had a saving of 25% in amount of fuel used. I am a believer in Rock Wool insula- Signed— P. V. Janse, M. D. Capitol Bock Wool Insulation is fireproof. It absolutely retards the spread of flames between the walls, COWA^J BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY Ai g . n . wh4e» te j obberi Iowa -JWMrtsss.sMa art The Iron Fireman Mfg. Co. heath g mate fuel cost for new bi " " Wool Insulation is used. neve we are goipg to save at least n% on our fuel." Signed^-ji. j|, Cotter, C«stodto PHONE 275 FOR A FREE ESTIMATE OF COST OF ay for

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