Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1938
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EIGHT PAINT IF YOU'RE H1UGHT- cning up the home, bo sure to get Information on Devoe Enamels. Easy to apply. Botsford Lumber Company JIM POOL, Mgr. Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ET& "Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO •ext to Upper Des Moines office KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Wesley Bride Will Move to Algona Phone 125 AJcrona, Iow§ MAURINEHANSEN EDMUND LOEBIG TO BE MARRIED Wesley June 1— 'Maurine, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hansen ,will be married to Edmund, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Loebig, Wesley, this week Thursday at 2 p. m. at the St. Cecilia rectory, Aljona, by the Rev. Father Mallinger," pastor! The bride will be attended by Ida Young, Mason City. and the best man will be Edmund's brother Evrol. The bride will wear a floor- length gown of white satin and i , . . „, , ---------- ^ -•«• lace, and carry a bouquet of white I l week Wednesday. The after lilies. The bridesmaid will wear 1 " 00 , 11 was spent at sewing and a floor-length gown of blue lar.e embroidering. Mrs. Milton Giddings and her j in-day and brought Dorothy and j Mr. Brooke here. ' I The T. L. Larsons, Algona, with | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oerstner and 'the latter's father, a Mr. Mudrock all of Cedar Rapids, were Memorial day dinner guests at L. L. Lease's. Mrs. Vincent Daughn, Nancy Ann, and Roger accompanied Mrs. Daughn's sister, Josephine Lawler, to the latter's home at Minneapolis Monday for a week's visit Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fitz, Winona, Minn., called on friends at and around Wesley and St. Benedict last week-end and were at Tony Seller's Saturday night. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs Edw. Loebig. spent Sunday an Decoration day with his parents He is employed at the Anderson grocery. Algona. Mrs. Milton Giddings entertaine- members of her Embroidery club RUPTURE H, T,. Hoffman, inventor, Demonstrate Absolutely Free of Charge the "Leverntor'' on MOXDAY, JUXE 13, ALGOXA at the Algona Hotel from 10 a. m. I \fter to 1 p. m. and carry pink roses and sweet peas - i .u , Maurine is a graduate of the ' "? e f ° rmer s Wesley high school, also of the, Harns Hamilton business college, Mason -I" 00 " ^ City, and for the last three years Margaret Fiona came home Wed- she has been bookkeeper iof the !ne , y frm Esira where she two sons had Sunday dinner with mother, Mrs. Maj and spent the af Exchange State bank here. nund has been employed at the Swift plant at Algona". A 6 p. m. wedding dinner will be served nl the home of the brides parents , Ed taught commercial studies in the school last year. I elected. Grace She has been re- and in dance the evening a wedding 1 (U. S. Patents Pending) Absolutely no body springs. No elastic band or understrap. A radical departure from any known device ever produced. You have a comfort never known the couple will be at home at 603 east state street, Algona. Three Babies Brought Home— Mrs. Paul Engen and her new- daughter have ben brought home will | from the Irish hospital, Forest fnro n,, «ff • """" be-1 City. The baby has been named rutftur? T.PV vf- m , e° IUrol!ins Can ' ie Christine. Mrs. Vincent rupture neve' achieved before. Criuse and her new daughter were WTTH vm-S n ixM 1 U> brou ?ht home from an Algona hos- withont Vnv n "AM) pital last week Tuesday. The baby the bnrK P \? f U1 V UyWhere on Was baptised Sunda >" morning and the bod> except where wanted, named Mary Zita. J F Criuse and i«! 0 t»,r «: a! ;'' ee that this inv entionjMrs. Besch were sponsors. Mrs. is the greatest ever made in this Anthony Hildman and her new boy A,; + _ M . came home Saturday from the Gen- All tiussnearers are urged to eral hospital, Algona. see and try this new instrument. I — If you can not come personally, •write for full particulars to factory. Not available anywhere else in the U. S. A. Home office: The Leverator Company. 300 Nicolle Avenue. Minneapolis Minn. Kouba, Des Moines, anc Vera Kouba, Omaha, spsnt the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba Sr. Junior Kunz came home Saturday night from Iowa City, where he has completed his second year in the university. 140 WORDS A MINUTE ON A ROYAL PORTABLE Says Albert Tangora World's Typing Champion STUDENTS! The sky's the limit! Smooth, effortless, big-machine features and a full- sized keyboard put Royal in a class by itself for speed and convenience. Yet Royals cost no morel Schools Close With Picnic- Mrs. Harry Felter, teacher of the Center school, north of Wesley, and Amy Seefeld, who teaches two miles north of that school, held a joint school picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. A large crowd was in attendance. Attend Britt Alumni Banquet— LEDYARD YOUTH 1938 GRADUATE AT SIOUX CITY Ledyard, June 1—Graduation at Morningside college, Sioux City, takes place next Monday at the Grace Methodist church. There are 100 in the class, and Kenneth M, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson here, is one of them The Thompsons will leave Saturday to attend the activities, and will return Tuesday evening. Kenneth was graduated from Ledyard high school in 1934. Besides work,_„. J n g much of his own way during Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks, | hls four years in college, he managed the a cappella college choir from Sioux City last year, also sang in the tenor section. The tour was then in southern states as fai south as Texas. Shower for Alice Mavne— Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, Mrs. L. D Mayne, and Mrs. Lars Skaar entertained at a miscellaneous shower honoring Alice Mayne at the Gelhaus home Friday, 50 attending. The afternoon was spent at contests, after which Miss Mayne opened her gifts. Miss Mayne will be married to Delmer Anderson RODEO GIRL IS WED TO FORMER IRVINCTON BOY Irvington, June 1— At the first Brethren church, West Waterloo, at noon Saturday Maxine Miller and 'Buster' Martin were married After the ceremony the couple left for a wedding tour in Minnesota, and on the return trip they planned to come via Irvington to visit the Douglas Rileys. Douglas is an uncle of Mr. Martin. The new Mrs. Martin is the only daughter of Clyde Miller, - of the Miller Rodeo, which has frequently visited Algona. She has always traveled with her father's show. Last summer she took her trick horse to the Kossuth hospital and performed on the lawn for Duane Riley, then a patient there. Mr. Martin is the son of* Mrs. James Donahue, formerly Charity Riley, Irvington, and has visited here many times, Both young people are graduates of the West Waterloo high school, and Mr. Martin has often had his picture in the sport section of Des Moines papers having been active in basketball The rodeo will take to the roue early in June, and this year Mr Martin will be a new performer He learned to do trick riding last vinter. 'ormer Irvingtonian Returns- Visitors here Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Bagg, Elmhurst, 111.; and heir children. Mrs. Bagg is a daughter of the late Mr. Jackson, Four Corners The Four Cornet's Daughters club nibt Mothers & with Mrs. John Rich last week Thursday, and roll call was iinswered with garden pests and h6w to get rid of them. A paper on the Life of Colonel Lindbergh AvaS; read by Gladys Eisen'barth, and a talk on the recent trip to a peace conference at Washington, D. C.,:was given by Mrs. H. E. Woodwftrd, of Whittemore. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Edlward Rich next week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter spent Sunday fishing at Lost Island lake. (Mrs. N. R. Rofcihson, Sarasota, Fla., have been visiting the C. N. Robinsons. Mrs. J. M. Royce, mother of Mrs. Howard Witham, IS back at th Witham -home, after a year and half with a daughter In Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baker spen last week at Lewis Broesder's where Mr. Baker is helping wit corn-planting. Mrs. Ray Green, Charles City who had spent two weeks at Ev erett William's, went home Mon day. She was formerly lona Witham. ne time depot agent here. Mrs. Bagg was only five when the fam- ly moved into the depot. Mr. Jackon was killed by a bullet from is own gun when he climbed a ence. After the tragedy Mrs. Jackson and the children away, and little had been moved heard here from them since then. Mrs Bagg and her family had come to Eagle Grove to visit relatives and came to Irvington to take pictur- with the latter's mother, Mrs. Guy Dimond, attended an alumni banquet at Britt Saturday night. Mrs. Dimond was graduated from the school there some 25 years ago. Mullin Cousin is Graduate— The Vee Mullins drove to Emmetsburg Sunday to attend exercises in which Mr. Mullin's cousin, Vincent Carpenter, was graduated. The exercises were held at the Catholic church. Shower for Week's Uride-- Relatives and friends gathered it Mrs. H. M. Hanson's Tuesday "or a pre-nuptial shower honoring .he Hansen daughter Maurine. Ve>v Priest Visits Parents- Father Eisenbacher, Emmetsburg, came Tuesday for a few days es. CITY BILLS May 26, 1938 The City Council met at the City Hall in regular session with the mayor and all the councilmen present. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Skelly Oil Co. was granted permission to install another oil tank at their bulk station. The following bills were allowed. Appropriating- Ordinance No. 17(1 The meeting was -adjourned to June 16 at 8 P. M. ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 97.50 Jeo Bellock, salary 70.00 f. C. Dailey, salary 90.35 Tom Halpin, salary 67.50 Walter Gorman, salary 67.BO E. Stephenson, salary ......... lay Barton, salary 65.00 65.00 vith his parents, Mr. gnatz Eisenbacher. and Mrs. Only a few cents a day! Ask aboat new Easy-Pay Plan. I. G. Dewel at Advance Office 'ather Wagner to Funeral- Father A. J. Wagner left Sun- ay to attend the funeral of Fath- r Fisch's brother at LeMars. Attend Funeral at Jlallard— The Fred Girres family attended the funeral of Mrs. A. Weinholt- zer at Mallard Friday. Other Wesley News. The Rev. Mr. Bottom and his family went to Estherville Monday for Decoration day. Mary Ellen Bottom came Saturday from Cedar Falls, where she -was a State Teachers student during the year just closed. Mr. and Mrs. John Richter took their daughter Anna to Cedar Falls Saturday to attend summer school and brought Mary Ellen home. Bernard Erdman was here over the week-end. Paul Erdman and H. soon. to get Hone in Foot Cracked- Frank .\itz suffered an injured foot while he was shelling corn at Marvin Junkermeier's Tuesday The foot was x-rayed, and it was lound that a 'bone was cracked at the ankle. He is able around with crutches. Ifarold Wenbvorrh is Married— ._ Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth, was married to Helen, daughter or Mr. and Mrs Lee Kessel, Elmore. Thursday' May 19, at Blue Earth. Other Ledyard News. The Carlye Fryes, Lakota, and " Christy Hendricksons were the MILD [Exceptionally So] THE ORIGINAL f NICKLESS | Only 5c' The cigar that is recommended for excessive smokers, because the nicn. tine, as far as possible, Las been re- - ..uunu I? Gl ti Sunday visitors at John Frandle's. Mrs. Jennie White, Waseca, Minn , and her children were at Frandle's and George Hagge's Monday. Sunday dinner guests at Henry Blome's were the Otto Engelbarts, the William Poppes, the Adolph Poppes, and Mrs. Mary Poppe. The occasion was Mrs Blome's birthdai'. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, „ -...with the son Duane. attendprl DPP. Emery took him back to Cedar oration day exercises at Lu Verne Falls and brought nn hi. ^i™- also a family picnic in the evening at the town park. Mrs. Margaret Looft, Swea City, and Mrs. Anderson, of Des Moines, were Sunday dinner guests of the Edward Looft's. Mrs. Anderson was Edith Looft. Bernard Payne, of Minneapolis, spent the week-end at the parental William Payne's, and Peter Griggs, Austin, Minn., was also there. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd, son Arden, and (Mrs. Fred Busch were Sunday dinner guests of the Reinhold Busches at Ringsted. j Falls and brought up his belongings. Bernard went on to Michigan to bring home his mother, who had been visiting there since the death of her sister, Mrs. Ethel Widrig, six weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger were Sunday evening guests at W. W. Dirkson's, Woden. Alice For-' burger and her guests, Geraldine Bloich, were dinner guests at Sylvester Carmen's, Stilton, last week Thursday and motored to West B«nd in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, with Lufclla and Dorothy Ward, Son for* Kentucky Couple- Mrs. T. J. Bagur gave birth to a son at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. Mr. Bagur, Paducah, Ky. arrived Sunday. The Bagurs have one other son, Murray. Mrs Bagur, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Skilling here, came in January to escape flood conditions m Western Kentucky at that time of year. Mr. Bagur has been here several times, and once Mrs. Bagur started to go home with him, but she fell sick at Fort Dodge and had to return to her parents' home here. Stiller Tribe Has Keunion— A Miller reunion was held at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday, and attending were the Loris Crawfords, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Miller, Grinnell; the Frank Millers, the Lloyd Wellen dorfs, the George Millers, the Fre Bartholomeus, and the O. L. Mill ers. C. E. Clarks Observe Anniversary The George Johnsons, near Ti torika., the Ben Potters, Algona and the Ray Fitches, Irvington drove to Britt Sunday to help th women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C E. Clark, celebrate a wedding 'an niversary. The Clarks once live near Algona. Maas Nephew Js Dead- were at Whittemore Sunday and Harold supper guests at G. E. Elbert's. They also called on Mrs. Waldschrnidt's mother, Mrs. Mar- ;aret Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer, with Jimmy and Cheryl Ann, drov? to Irvington Monday to decorated the grave of Mrs. Meurer's father, Peter Brass, and had a picnic and an Mrs. Herman * »» «. AAC1 U1UJ1 _ -i ...*« M, j/i^niv, uJiu an moied, making |( I afternoon of fishing at Emniets- not only mild, but a satisfying smoke. Moderate smokers who enjoy a uiild cigar are also enthusiastically in favor of the Nickless. Try a box and notice tlie difference. Your dealer can get it for yon. bur; Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ackerman, Burr., were Sunday afternoon and even ins Kuests at Helen Johnson's. Mr. Ackerman was proprietor of the Long f'afe, Bun, which was destroyed by fire last January 9. Rita Studer spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer. She works near Garner. The Urban Hommerdingers, of Renwick, were Sunday guests at the latter's father Frank Wolf's. Mrs. Oscar Erickson and Arabella McPherson were entertained at Rodney Hall's Tuesday. Walter, Ethel, and Nora Becker Ottumwa, cousins of Miss McPherson, were also there. Harold Brooke, Oskaloosa, student at Ames, was a week-end visitor at the Charles Kraus home. Donald Kraus drove to Ames Sat- . TT * »» «. AAC1 U1UJ1 Herzog, son Milford, and Miss Phyllis Torgerson visited relatives at Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Richard Zielske and the Arthur Zielskes were Sunday visitors at Raymond Wilcox's, Fort Dodge. Willis Dyer, in Northwestern employ at Chicago, spent the week-end at the parental H. M. Dyer's. Mrs. Alvin Busch, son Kenneth, Mrs. Albert West, and Mrs. Fred Busch were at Blue Earth Saturday. The Howard Jensens and Lorenz N'itz were over week-end guests at the parental Jensen's at Jewell. The Sandy Stubbes, Rock Island, 111., have been visiting Sandy's mother, Mrs. Henry Grey. The William Dorseys, of Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests at William Knoner's. Henrietta O'Keefe, Mason City, spent the week-end at the parental Jesse O'Keefe's. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Al Buckels spent Sunday at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Fred Brandt, who lives with a daughter at Swea City, is reported sick. Arthur Maas was called to Yale S. D., Sunday by news of the death of a nephew: He was accompanied by Bert Sankey Jr. OTHEE Dr. and Mrs. Harry Willltt, Des Moines, and Marion Honey, Ros well, N. M., were Sunday guestes a M. L. Roney's. Marion, who has ben attending Drake university will leave for New Mexico Thurs and spend the summer there. Oth er callers at Roney's were the Jos Wilhelmis, Bancroft and the D P Smiths, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Orlowskie, oJ Moline, 111., and son called at Ber Sankey's Sunday. The Orlowski's are former residents of the Gal braith neighborhood and they came to decorate the graves o relatives in the Irvington cemetery. _,,, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wilkins drove to Ottumwa Saturday for the Me morial day holidays with Mr. Wll kin's parents. They were accom panied as far as" Grinnell by Mr and Mrs. Wlllard Gregson, who visited the Willard Gregsons there Elmer Dole, Woodbine, spen Sunday and Monday with his fam ily here, and Tuesday all returned to Woodbine for the summer. LJ!S Dole spent a few days with hei aunt, Mrs. Lawrence Menke, Bancroft. Sunday guests at Douglas Riley's were Mr. and Mrs. James Donahue and the Leo Lincolns Waterloo, the Arthur Rileys, Lu Verne, Mrs. Althea Thornton, Livermore, and the latter's sons. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gies and Mrs. Henry Gies, St. Paul, were recent visitors here. The Gies families moved from here last spring and now have a grocery store and a meat market at St. Paul. John Fitch, Owatonna, Miun., was a guest Sunday of his brother Ray. The Charles Skillings, Windom, Minn., were week-enders at R. J. Skilling's. Mrs. Ivan Mullin went to Algona Tuesday for a few days with her mother, Mrs. who will have an day. Jos. Guilder, operation Fri- The Aid met last week Thursday afternoon at the church, and hostesses were Mrs. M. L. Roney and Mrs. K. P. Roney. H. T. Sabin, was having medical attention last week for a foot In which infection from a corn set in. More than $20 was cleared at a bake sale at Mrs. Setohell's at Algona Saturday, C. C. Wright, salary 42.50 Adah Carlson, salary 70.00 Harold Roth, labor 52.80 Joe Kelly, Jr., labor 27.20 Wayne Stephenson, labor .... 43.10 Clifford Johnson, labor . . 18.50 Leonard Dunn, labor 18.00 Vern Scobba, labor w .^' 54.00 Ryner Helmers, labor -to.50 Dick Helmers, labor 54.00 Johnson Oil Co., dist 258.82 Milwaukee, frt 443.81 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse 41.50 Barco Mfg. Co., mdse , 2.06 Internat'l Filter Co., mdse : 5.72 Robertson Prod. Co., mdse. 45.22 Recreation Equipment Co., mdse -. , 35.2i National Rub. Stamp Co.; mdse 9,35 Albertson Elec. Co., mdse • 26.7; Terry-Durin Co., mdse. .... 158.83 Midwest Supply Co., mdse. .. 696.97 Thermrgray Co., mdse 45.19 West. Elec. Sup. Co., mdse., 22.21 Malleable Iron Range Co., m $ se 585.81 Burroughs Adding Machine Co., contract 60.80 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdsG • 30 75 H. W. Post, frt. ..""!.""""."!.".""." 74.'o3 Oliver Bakken, labor 43.60 Geo. Gunder, labor 43.60 John Helmers, labor 45.80 Herman Lyons, labor 3812 Chas. Harvey, labor 35.81 Standard CHI Co., mdse 36.63 Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. .. 18.95 Eagle Iron Works, mdse 40.85 Howard Hardware, mdse 6.97 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 3.09 C. A. Heard, mdse 18.45 K. C. Implement Co., mdse. 4.28 Kent Motor Co., mdse 12.49 Dau Garage, mdse 4.46 White Rose Oil Co., gas 12.85 Geo. Stewart, gas 29.22 j Harris Bros., gas 14.60 Algona U. D. M., print 114.25 Bert Whitmarsh, labor 25.00 Mrs. Collinson, salary 20.00 Dr. Sawyer, rent 25.00 Algona Advance, pub 116.02 Dr. Bourne, exam 5.00 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 15.00 C. E. Chubb, eng 6.00 FIRE FUND ' C. C. Wright, salary 22.50 Clapp's Service, labor 4.00 REFUND DEPOSIT A. V. Hertig et al, ref. dep 75.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND Iowa State Bank, bond and j nt, $1,680.00 Passed and approved this 26th day of May, 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor, Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk, THURSDAY Board Minutes Courthouse, Algona, Iowa. m nA . , , Ma >' a - ]! >3310:00 o clock a. m H.-K. Jt. D. D. No. 2. The Boards of .Supervisors of Humboldt and Kossuth Counties met in joint session May 21, 193S, at 10 o clock a. m., pursuant to recess of meeting- April 20th, 193S, with the following members present: Humholdt county: Boothroyd, Hoffman. Sawyer, and TVelr. Kossuth county: McDonald, Morris, and Heiken, and Ivlnsey, County Auditor. 'Motion made and seconded that Soothroyd act as chairaron and that S. Kinsey, Kossuth County Audl- Secretary of tnis meeting. H< > ffn ian and seconded McDonald that this meeting- recess to June Sth. 193S, at 10 o'clock a. ouse in AlBona - W. W. BOOTHROYD, !. S. KINSEY, Chairman. Secretary. Auditor's Office, Algona, Iowa 11 , , , May 21, 193S. 11 o'clock a. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant o adjournment with the following members present: McDonald, Mor- r ' and Heiken ' To the Voters Of Kossuth County For yoiU- consideration, I wish to ' that I have had thirty years cxi, 0 " drainage, road and bridge work of Your Vote Will Be Sincerely AT J •"•J'tfi GUlJlJ|j Claude A, Samson Eepublican Candidate for Sum- / June Gth Primaries ' ' ^^^•••^^^•MM. •HH^^^^ggg^ Used Car SPECIAL! 1937 Plymouth Coach 1936 Cher Standard Coach 1935 Dodge Sedan 1934 CherroJet Coupe 1929 Ford Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1936 Dodge Coupe EASY TERMS Motion bj- Morris and seconded by 'e adSpte" ^ followln » Resolution RESOLUTION lay. Vr'^™ thC 21St day ° f C ° Unty of K° Ry. Express Agency, express N. W. Bell Tele. Co,, ser- Union Elect. Cot, Cresco signs .75 26.27 9.24 . Irvington Electric Co., signs 18.52 Algona Ins. Agency, ins ..... 163.20 Skelly Oil Co., gas Kossuth Motor Co., repair Hafrris Brtosl> gas Western Union, service Iowa State Bank, ins 21.63 3.14 3.61 1.01 80 Gail Pettit,, returns !.'.'.'.".".'" 2s!oO Kossuth Radio Co., labor ...„ 1250 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 37.50 Harry Barton, salary .„ 65.00 Prank Ostrum, salary 65 00 Laura Mitchell, salary .,.., 55.00 Earl Bowman, labor 52.30 Iowa Mach. & Sup. Co., mdse 3^6 Nat'l Meter Co., mdse 2.94 Lunkenheimer Co., md^se."""„ 48!si Crane Co., mdse 1151 Wigman Co., mdse. ...^ ". 159.35 Tom FrankI, gas 53 Kossuth Motor Co., repair .".' [35 bkeliy Oil Co., gas 11 AO W. A. Lorenz, repair"."!!!!!!!!!!! 5.05 Howard Hardware, mdse 1.41 Laing & Muekey, mdse. 771 GENERAL FlfND '" H. A. Van Alstyne, salary .... 63.00 Arthur Moulds, salary 5500 Cecil McGinnis, salary , Nelson & Lensing, rent N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service Kossuth Motor Co., repairs Nelson & Lensing, mdse " Jesse Lashbrook, salary E. Skilling, labor !.. / ""."" W. Gregson, labor ' "" p_ ~- —- 6.66 40 ' surance Company is suitable for the purpose herein above stated imi TOBEIRBAS, the said Muluaf Trust fte lamfT" 0 ? Com ™y- owner of the land, has been offered a fair reasonable price for it Tn- havlnB west One,Quarter1xu-y) of s e lon (9) in Township Ninety-six ?9fi) North * eT Maxwell Moto that the --...— j-iuum^u oeven teet (307'^ • thence North Elghtv deirrees thlHv minutes West CN. SO" 30 M w '? ?L 0 ?,i,?! mdred Twelve and .s (HAS') to the point of _. containing 101 acres be C Cd e ™ ea ..-^~ Sra ^ e ! . pur >™ es to county, orney, L. A. Wlnkel, to proceed with he condemnation of same as provid ed by Chapter 366 of the 1931 Code of .OWJX. Ayes: All. Ayes: W. E. McDonald, Chas. Mor.' JJ - H - Fraser, P. j. Heiken Adopted this 21st day of May' 1933 E. S. KINSEY, County Auditor. county, Iowa The proposed petitions ' were W0 %n° objections except* '" s'o. 433, 442.' Ayes:°'AU 7 .' X °' W ' *J?. h !T e b ?! ns no further business at to Call S. MINSEiY, County Auditor. VOTE FOR M. J. DUFFY Democratic Candidate for IN GUARANTEE Used Car Largest Stock of Used Cars in County Lowest Prices -Easy T< Buy with Confidence-Satisfaction Guarantt 1—1937 FORD "60" COUPE 1—1937 FORD TUDOR 1—1 936 FORD TUDOR 1—1934 FORD TUDOR 1-1936 PLYMOUTH COUPE 1-1936 DODGE SEDAN 1—1934 DODGE COUPE 1-1933 FORD TUDOR 1—1934 CHEVROLET COACH 1-1934 CHEVROLET SEDAN 1—1930 FORD COUPE 1-1929 FORD TUDOR 1937 Cliev. Truck Treasurer of Kossuth i County | • • Primary Ejection Monday, June 6, 1933 [ Your Vote and Support is Appreciated J •—•——•.••••••.... j Ford Truck n,° clge > ck S Chev. Truck 1935 Cliev. Panel USED TRUCKS June BARRYSBEE is a Bargain Moi on Used Cars at the Kent Lower Prices Ci Service Easier

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