Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOtitt KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FOR SALE—USED BICYCLES, $5 and up.—Joe Bloom. 42C FOR SALE—BED, SPRING, AND mattress.—Inquire Advance. g42 FOR SALE—ELECTRIC REFRIG- erator, with guarantee. Phone 5. 8u42 FOR RENT—ROOMS IN MODERN home.—219 West State street. 10p<t2 FOR SALE — SMALL-FRAMED house, good terms.—Inquire at Advance office. 10p42-43 JUNE SALE ON linoleum.—Cowan Supply Co. ARMSTRONG Building & 38tf AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. SuSOtf SALE—1931 CHEVROLET FOR De Luxe sedan. Service. -Hoenk's Motor !>u42 Convlth fllrl Is 3fnrried— Frances/ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers, Convlth, and Merle E., son of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Holt. Ottosen, were married at 4 p. in. last week Thursday at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. K. \V. G. Hiller performed a single-ring ceremony under an arch of peach and white crepe paper streamers, ferns, and roses. Mrs. J. 0. Mullins, Wesley, sister of the bride, played Mendelsohn's wedding march, and Elaine Chambers sang, Because of You. HOSPITAL KOSSUTH June 26—George Raft, of Lone Rock, surgical; Sidney Lloyd, of Wesley, medical. June 27—Mrs. G. M. Howard, Algona, boy. rs. Harold Nelson, _ . Mrs. Ben Studer, \\esley, major surgery; Arlene 01- Verna Holt. Ottosen, sister of the ' s °"' A ' Konn > appendectomy. bridegroootn, was maid of honor,) June 29— 'Sheila Sullivan, Algo- and Betty and_Mnrly s Mullins were lla - appendectomy; Mrs. Ernesa ' FOR SALE—1934 CHEVROLET Master Service. coupe.—Hoenk's Motor flu 12 ring-bearers. Donald Ottosen. a friend of was best man. Wehrspann, ' Godfredson, Algona, girl; the couple, I Sherman, Algona medical. July 1— Erma Bartlet, of Tom Des ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT School District of Algona Independent, Township of Algoa, County of Kossuth, for the year ending June 30, 1938. We hereby certify that the following report comprising Pages 1 to 5 is correct as required by Sees. 4242 and 4242-bl, Code of Iowa, GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY, President LEORA ST. JOHN, Secretary. RECEIPTS—General Fund General Schoolhouse On hand last report $35,936.87 Normal training aid 571,37 General fund tax levy 50,000.00 Semi-annual apportionment 1,869.75 Tuition 10,986.49 Other sources 274.38 TOTAL— General Fund .............................................. $99,738.86 RECEIPTS— School House Fund On hand last report School House fund tax levy TOTAL — School House Fund .................................... RECAPITULATION Dn hand last report .............................................................. $36,936.87 Total receipts, current year ................................................ 63,801.99 $26,451.63 16,500.00 $41,951.63 $26,451.63 15,500.00 TOTAL $99,738.86 $41,951.63 Disbursement current year $81,200.82 $15,317.50 The bride wore a white satin Moines. medical; H. E Smith Ra' nvii, with net veil, and carried a ' miar, sun stroke; Mrs. Raymoni mquet of talisman rases anfl Weilnnrt. Was lav o-i,.t. ^r.._ -m..-. . Raymond ">?«» and.Welland. Wesley, girl; Mrs. Fred •win o»r^ ,n, E (sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore: Rath. Burt, boy'. FOR SALL-UU5 CHEVROLET i a Peach lace gown, and her bou- July 2-Mrs. Richard Master coupe.—Hoenk's Motor : quet was of roses and balsam. Algona. girl bervice. west of Courthouse. 13u42j Following the ceremony, a three i course wedding dinner Cowan July 3—Mrs. Harold Clayton, Al- FOR SALE — -2S CHEVROLET | at the home of the coach, good running order, $40. i The newlyweds will be at homo —Inquire Advance. 10p41-42 : after July 15 at Ottosen, whore Mr — iHolt WARREN VENETIAN, BLINDS- Mutual Insu^cef'o. the best for less". - Cowan The bride was erad Bu.UUng Supply Co. tfJS I the Corwith high'school FOR SALE—WHITE IN'SULVTED i!"' f ''° m the ! ' S ' T - °- Cedar SkelKas stove and equipment ,.?., ,'" ! 9 , 33 ' where shc W! »s af Priced to sell.—Call CCS or SO", f'l'ated with the Kappa Phi sor- 1G ',,4o I only. She has been teaching since July 4.—Mrs. Bormann, St. Joe, boy; Jos. Elsenbacher, AVeslev surgical. i.s an agent for the Farmers July 5—Irene Miller. Bancroft graduated from; ma lor operation. in 1931,; July 6—Aden Hovey, Swea City r '— 1 -" major surgery. ' ' ' GENERAL. June 28—Frances Ann Zittritsch, in the West Bend schools. The : Algona, maior surgerv hi 1 1 nm.r»t/-i/M»i ii-n o r>-.. n fT,-, _i i f • -w „,. O"-', 1 ' Cor- WANTED—JOB ON FARM, by ex- hridegroom was graduated from June'30—Harrv Fri'sbip perienced young man. single.—| the , Corwith high school in 1924, with, girl; Mrs. Fred Ploeger of Henry Hi-lmers.-821 Eiust Kim stJ !llld lle hlis been a resident of Ot-! Ledyard minor rjut -tei,. or ]4,,42; tosen for the last 20 years. Beth Hnckus is Bride— FOr.VD—A STRAY CALF. Owner can have by identifying and pay-, ing costs.—Herbert Haas. Aluona. ! S. J. Backus, Algona, was married lap-52-4-1 Saturday evening at Dubuque to ! F. S. Walsh, Grand Forks, N. D. Beth Backus daughter of Mrs. | temore, medical. surgery. July 1 — Dixie Lee Rongved, Bode, tonsil-adenoidectomy. July 2— Elizabeth Metzger, Whit- >' 3—Harold Meyer, Lu Verne, ^^r^=r^i?£= «H»-r- s wx^s?-=«• —• I fl'i un i-j-i t n i.n t ,-. S ,1 ,. i '.,. _ ' *-"V* Balance on hand this report $18,538.04 $26,634.10 DISBURSEMENTS Carleton D. Ben, coup $ 405.00 Cresco Union Savings Bank, coup 742.59 Central State Bank Mus- ,catine), coup 585.00 Central Nat'l Bank (Des Moines), coup 225.00 Emmet Co. State Bank, bond and coup 4,090.0 First Nat'l Bank (Oelwein), coup 135.0 H. J. Green 225.0 Iowa Des. M. Nat'l B. & T., coup 22.5i Towa State Bank, bonds coup 8,140.01 Merchants Nat'l Bank 247.5C Jene Schimmel, lots 500.0C , * ...v.^, iv wn^i tT^uiuuiiu i;mircn, me liev ' Please return to Advance and re-; \V. E. Brehm performing a «ln*le-i ceive icnanl. 17u42:riiig ceremony. Attendants were 1 LIVESTOCK FOR SA.LE THE' M ' ""^ ^' rs ' ^"' ^'' ^ ox ' I° w <i City, Wesley, major surgery. and find the buyers-Advance for.aie ads. tf ies, and she wore a corsage of pink SEE US FOR PRICES ON LUM-! roses :md swee t Peas. ber, building material, feed and ' The " ew Mrs - Walsh is an Algo- feneing.—Farmers Co-Op. Associ- " a g sch ° o1 graduate, and she ation, Irvington, la 17n38-4S ; illtended the University of Dubu'• — Que, and the I. S. T. C Cedar FOR SALE—ABERDEEN ANGUS I Fal 's. She was employed at the bulls and heifers. Priced reason- j lc) ca,l postoffice seven'years and ' n • 7 t able. Farm four miles west of then was an Advance reporter for i l "' ia '>' e il ' the Okobojl TTi t TW-, 1-, ^ 1 Jj. XT ™« ^, _ — _ . .. -~ _ l i'^J mi. t~. and the Paul Halms. Cedar Rapids! Atfend Dinner at Brilt— Mrs. C. H. Williams and Mrs D. D. Paxson attended a one o'clock birthday luncheon at Frank T*or,rf,,v T,,. !ttj Wednesday, in hon- Bandy's birthday, and Mrs. Bandy T\r - ii' " ams TOTAL $15,317.50 DISBURSESIENTS Advance Pub. Co $ 117.09 Thos. Akre 16.95 Algona Baking Co. '. 5,00 Algona Creamery Co 2.76 Algona Flour & Feed . Algona Ice Cream Fact 3.00 Algona Ins. Agency 200.77 Algona Park Commission .. 104.60 Algona Upper Des Moines.... 46.55 W. D. Allen Mfg 213.52 Allyn & Bacon 1.37 American Library Asso 4.00 M. F. Amfahr 4.59 Anderson Grain & Coal .... 2,977.69 Anderson Grocery 32.30 Lyle Anderson 3.50 W. D. Andrews 13.00 Antiseptol Co. Inc 14.40 are ! B y ro « Arnold 1,055.00 Humboldt on No. 10.—C. I. Good- two years. For the last year and i The Grand Slam bridge n 1* « 1 £ ^ 1. _ 1_ 1 1 . _ llr»__— J. , 1 - ~ FILMS ^ ed—Any size film, 30c, and "one enlargement free.—Lusby's. -"--*. ^v-M.1. U.*1V4I. — -«.»^ U»lUf.,C IJ1U.U 19p3T-42 i a "alf she had been head of the I has snent today, and spent yester- ihnBiom- ,!„„„,.. . ». ., _ _ !day, at the George Elbert cottage at the Okobojis. There are eight Bandy owns the only Ruth Arnold 830.00 at Britt. Mrs. Rae Ascher 400 Harry Baker '. 132.50 Walter H. Baker i.eo G. W. Banwart , 30.75 club C. Mr. Walsh attended the Univer- "" of North Dakota, and he was LOST—A LADIES' WHITE GOLD Bulova wrist watch at the Al-' ,Tw gona Country club Monday night Reward.—Please leave at Ad- 13(2)41tf:asistant to 'Bud 1 Barnard when "l" 61 " opened the Algona Gam- 6 " ye&rs ag °' He is manager at the North Dakota state flour mill, and he vance. 20p42 LEGHORNS, $4.90; heavies, $5.90; Leghorn cockerels, $2.50; Leghorn pullets, $9.90. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 13u41tf FOR SALE—REGULAR 160-ACRE farm east of Algona, half mile off the paving, price $85; good terms.—Fred Chisel, Forest City. . 22p41-42 FOR SALE—A LARGE HOUSE IN Algona, good location. Would make a fine rooming house or duplex; $4,000.—C. W. Nicoulin, was nominated in the recent primaries for state representative. The newlyweds will be at home after August 15 at Grand Forks. Tho Week's Society Briefs— Mrs. Conklin entertained her bridge club yesterday at two tables of contract. . . Mrs. W. J. Sigs- members, and today was to sp_ent at bridge. be MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 140-160 $7.75-8 00 Best light butch., 160-180 $8.00-s'25 Best light butch., 180-220 $8.60-8 75 Med. hvy., 250-270 . $s 25 ™ ed ," ? vy - 27 °- 290 ™IIw.'oo Med. heavy, 290-325 $7 75 Butchers, 325-350 .... $ 7 ' 50 TJii 4-^1- n^-ft .«_ *v • fj\j Bert Deal 678.00 Deckers Brothers 243.G7 Mrs. Wm. Dehnert 2.75 Demco Library Supply 15.23 Denoyer-Geppert .-. 15.50 Derry Williams 2.06 Mrs. Duane Dewel 2.00 A. B. Dick Co 8.35 Carrie Durant 1,064.20 S. R. Durant 1,50 Educa. Digest 2.00 Educa. • Guild 15:00 Educa. Music Bureau 56.23 Educa. Music Magazine 1,00 Margaret Englund 867.50 Elite Shop 2.81 Extension Div. U of I 10.00 Mrs. W. K. Ferguson 72.00 Laurence Findlay 1,300.50 Carl Fischer 3.53 Harold Flammer 3,97 Foster's Furniture 22.44 CO C L. Barnhouse ... M. J. Barry Co. 2.70 2.05 A. W. Behrends 1,924.32 Gladys Beighler 830.00 Paul Berger 1,466.75 John Bishop ; 26.87 Bjustrom's 75.28 Blakkestad Music Co 18o!oo Gwendolyn Bloker 83o!oo Antoinette Bonnsetter 998.70 A. H. Borchardt 11586 Boston Music Co. A. Forsberg John Foth Ben Franklin Audrey Fritz Frye Mfg. Co Margaret Fussell "'-. W. Gander W. F. Gander Mrs. D. C. Gardner Warren H. Gardner .... E. A. Genrich Mrs. E. A. Genrich en. Biological Supply eneral Electric X-ray Margaret Gilmore Bertha Godfrey ~ake Godden Svelyn Graham jewis Hagg Hall & McCreary ~ M. Hale Co larcourt Brace & Co. loward Hardware Harper Brothers 3.90 v. . .-. ^. ... .,. oit^o- 4-iunjutji a, dZO-oOU bee entertained her sewing club (Butchers, 350-400 SSr^.^L.^'S T£ ^! ns sows - >V«o-:::::: W. H. Bosworth .................... 33^75 Botsford Lumber Co ....... 38 42 Brodhead Garrett .............. s'lS Bruce Pub. Co ' Maude Burbank 431 ' Bureau of Dental Hygiene 2.33 Bur. of Educa. Research 18.75 .. 58.25 1.84 830.00 6.33 1,005.00 5.00 2.50 30.00 42.20 3.GS 4.00 3.02 5.40 511.25 942.50 7.00 830.00 3,90 8.00 2.68 8.80 4.10 1.42 Harper Mclntire '.". 62/77 6.58 3.20 - . 1,662.52 Hertzberg Bindery 16.64 Naomi Hewitt 16.64 Kennedy & Parsons Co Keystone Envelope ,Co. ...„ Keystone View Co ,' Killlams Music Co David King K. L, King Music House .. Ruth King Music Shoppe .. Klrsch Laundry , Chas. Klamp KHpto Loose Leaf Koch Brothers ; Kohlhaas & Spilles Leona Krampe Kruse & Blossom G. S. Kuhn L. H. Kurtz Co O. B. Laing Lalng & Muckey B. E. Landes A. V. Larsen S. C. Lawlor Little Brown & Co Harvey Littrell The Lloyd Thomas Co Long's Food Shop * Loring Supply Co Irene Lounsberry Lowe & Campbell E. W. Lusby Lussky, White & Coolldge Lyons Band & Instr. Co Macmillon Co Jarie Mahln M. & C. Maintenance Co. Manual Arts Press Manual Train. Revolv. Fd. Earl Mason J. G. McDowell Cecil McGinnis McGraw-Hill Book Co MrKnisrht & McKn:^:i; Mrs. E. C. McMahon C. R. McVeigh Herbert Merrill Metropoliton Supply Co Midland Chemical Co Alvena Miller Donald L. Miller Geo. L. Miller '. Minn. Paper Co Misbach Clothing Modern Dry Cleaners Moe & Sjogren Andrew Monlux '. Evelyn Moore Morgan Vise Co ............1 Barbara Moule 25.80 27.22 7.70 242.8B 11.04 33.75 4,83 1.89 54.25 132.60 58.93 69.32 91.89 623.00 145.20 38.80 8.29 2,909.17 4,266.66 336.05 1.47 191.10 1.C5 867.50 50.00 15.69 24.32 830.00 479.55 44.155 60.01 13.52 42.46 942.50 . 7.50 6.01 100.00 10.00 2,007.50 2.46 11.14 l!>n 56.00 33.75 14.65 658.03 146.44 1,126.20 548.74 248.05 134.00 2.45 26.71 51.14 48.03 33.75 LSI 1,005.00 Jatties Murtagh 266.76 Naden Electric. Score Board 5.50 Nat'l Bldg. Maintenance .. 16.66 Nat'l Debate 2.60 Nat'l Educa. Asso '. ., 4.00 Nat'l Safety Council 6.00 Nat'l Sporting Goods i.gs Erik Nelson ; 5.25 Nelson Hardware 345.22 H. F. Newman & Co 2.18 Noble & Noble 2.00 Alfred Norman 42.20 Oscar Norman 9.00 Northwestern Bell Tele 228.08 Northwest Univ. Press 3.40 F. S. Norton & Son 1,265.12 Norton Machine Works .... 108.39 A. J, Nystrom , 141,60 F. A. Owen Pub. Co 3.25 Madelyn Paetz 605iOO A. N. Palmer Co 3,00 E. J. Palmer lo.OO Martha Palmer 276.80 Donald Parsons 26.00 Fern Pederson 892160 David Phillips 1.092.60 Physicians Supply Co 7.Q8 Pink Supply Co ie, Platform News Pub. Co 2.62 B. H. Potter 1,060.00 Brooks Potter 3,50 Post's Dray & Transfer .. 92.64 Practical Home Econmics 2.00 Practical School Supply .... 54.25 Pratt Elettric Co 301.10 .JULY Scholastic ^~~ ^~^ 5 ^ Leland Schmidt Wm. Schmiel j Paul A. ScmlH"i;:~v ""1 . Paul A. School Mary Schrutz Scott Foresni . ScrTb Co'.' rt «« " r t Burclctl 0 "ci ................ . A S, mo Co. ............ J- A, Simon ................. L. W. Singep .......................... '. Skelgas Co ...................... Elliott Shilling ......................... August Single ........................ Gladys Prescott 1,105.57 Pyramid Metals Co 63.40 Quick Grip CHp , 4.06 Quarrie Corp 43.50 Esther Qulnby 1,126.20 Rand McNally Co 31.35 Glen Raney 15.00 Howard Raney 6.00 H. Rasmusson 1,356.20 Chas. Redemskc 10.30 Howard Redemske 11.85 Reid-Way Corp 147.60 Dorothy Rolf 1,055.00 Remington 23.48 A. J. Richards 79.00 Richardson Furniture 1.02 C. E. Ridenour 1,087.65 Theo. B. Robertson 183.85 Aria Rocksvold 830.00 Carmen Roskopf 1,005.00 Sid Rosensteil 4,50 Fred Schoby 33.75 H. M. Schoby 22.50 [''ate Treasure" "" L. E. Slemmlci- C. W. Storms Mrs. w. p. Stcclo Mrs. Stillman Loom St. J 0 i ln Anton Sorenson Sorensen Grocery C. H. Thompkins Thorpe Wood & Iroii'w^' Un versity of Chicn" P,* Un versity O f Minn p?* University p re . ss "' Pr «s University Pi,l, c n Vance Music Co ' ' "•"•III Vonnogut Hiu-(lu, lrc Mrs. Agnes Vohs O. G. Waffle ' Chas. Wagner Walker-Turner Co J. D. Wallace Co ' Lucia Wallace Dorothy Ward Lucile Ward Donald Weaver Webster Pub. Co W. M. Welch Mfg DoX^nt" M «-« OT: ss^sio^ 10 ""^ 1 Ruth Will H.W.Wilson Co Hattie Wilson ..' Dolores Woito E. H. Wray ....'.'.". Young America Florence Young .II.'."7" jj. ^WWWJW^^ Your Favorite Hawcott & Ogg Health John Hegarty & Sons Jess Hill 32.70 Betty Hilsteadt 20.25 Hillyard Chemical Co. 171.50 J. I. Holcomb 51.21 HoUey School Supply Co. ..., 250.10 Geo. Holtzbauer 1,543.71 Hood's I. G. A 20.36 Houghton Mifflin Co 3.83 H. S. Activity Fund 89008 The Hub 29.88 Hueser Music Store 60.56 Josephine Hughes 838.61 £ur ot jMuca. Research 73.39 Margaret Hullerman .. 867 50 K ep ^,Sj. rl80n . S2-59 ?"".<»*. ¥?*• & Distrib. Co. 80.33 To Win that FREE 18 Day Tripl ona - 21u42-43 BALANCED POULTRY FEED— Sargent Concentrates increase egg-production. 21 ingredients. Ask us for feeding information — Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 20(2)15 NOTICE — PLEASE PRESENT all bills outstanding against E *. Gregor or his estate to C E Gregor, 212 N. Summit St., Marshalltown, la., immediately. 21u42 Mrs her two FLOORS SANDED, REFINISHED with permanent floor finish A new improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan & Supply Co. Building 38tf GREEN PAINT SPECIAL! Pittsburgh Sun-proof Greens for shutters, fences, gutters, house trim. Special offer. Get information.— F. S. Norton & Son. 21 (2).12 ONE MINUTE WASHER—Attractive color schemes in the new models. Both beauty and marvelous service. Swansea's. On display at L. W. 21(2)42 entertain the Bridgette club next Tuesday at 1:30 luncheon. . . Mrs. W G. McCullough entertained eight women at a bridge luncheon last week Thursday. Mrs. W. P. French won high. . . The Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet at the Algona hotel next Tuesday evening for 6 o'clock dinner in the Blue Room. George Conklin entertained bridge club Wednesday at L nu tables of contract. . . The Baptist Aid meets this afternoon at 2-30 at the L. P. Jenkins farm home. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdames J. A. Freeh, Minnie Jones, Anna Bowman, and C. 0. Riddle The Methodist Aid has been invited to attend an Aid guest day at the Doan church this afternoon The St. Thomas Episcopa-1 Guild meets today at the Ambrose Call state park shelter house. Mrs. Glen Raney and Mrs. Leslie Huff are hostesses. . . The lows in the Laf-a-lot bridge club entertained the highs at one o'clock dinner Tuesday at Selzer's lunch There are eight members. . . Gude Family Holds Reunion Packing sows, 400-500 -?6 75 CATTLE fanners and cutters $3.00-4 00 Veal calves $5.00-7.'oO Stock steers $5.50-6.50 Fat yearlings $7.50-8.50 Fat steers $9.00-10.00 Fat cows _. $4.00-5.50 Bulls $4.50-5.50 Fat cows $4.00-5.00 GHAUT No. 2 mixed corn _44 C No. 2 white corn _ ~~44% c No. 2 yellow corn ~~~44%c No. 2 white oats, old . ->o%c No. 2 white oats, new 18 C EGGS Hennerys _ lgc Dora Carlson ^".™ i,i45!6o Cedar Specialty Co 7 20 Chrischilles Store '..'.'.'.'. 5935 Christensen's Store Christensen's Machine Co. City of Algona 1,782.65 Classroom Teacher i 50 Cleveland Safety Council I'QO Coast to Coast 121 4.00 8.88 w. 45 oo Cowan Bldg. Supply 675.83 H. R. Cowan & Son 2,947.35 Bert Cronan 1,666.02 Thos. Y. Crowell 175 Cummings i'oo Ross Cutler Wm. C. Dau 8 . 61 . . . A. Hutchison 39.^ Iowa Blind Products Iowa Pupils Reading Circle Iowa State Bank Iowa Tuberculosis Asso. 27.54 1.91 4.31 1347 Inst. for Research 23.25 K. D. James 161.09 Jenkins Music Co 9.73 Anna J. Johnson 3,00 C. E. Johnson 7.00 C. E. Johnson 33.75 C. S. Johnson 86.74 Kenneth Johnson .'. 2.00 Johnson Service 43 90 W. Elliott Judge lo.OO Roy Keen 15.00 Kendaville Brush & Broom room. FOR SALE—A FINE UNIMPROV- ed 80-acre farm, close to Algona. Every acre can be cultivated. Woven wire fence. Good investment at $80 an acre.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, la. 29w41-42 RED RASPBERRIES, 20c QUART by weight. You pick them and furnish containers. No children wanted; 25c picked and delivered. —Ortorx Berry Farm, first place on road to right at crossroads north Call park. 25pl2 NOW THAT I HAVE REOPENED my barber shop I would appreciate the patronage of all oad and new customers. First-class workmanship and sanitary methods — Steve Stehle's Barber Shop. 28(2)41-42 An annual Gade family reunion was held Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, with 100 in attendance. Guests from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moron, Mitchell, S. D., and a daughter. Robert H. Bell, Algona, was elected president, and William Myer and William Roeber, Whittemore, and Edwin "" Bend, were elected committee. Girl Seven Thursday; Party- Mrs. James Elbert entertained from 4 to 6 Tuesday afternoon in honor of her daughter Shirley's seventh birthday. There were 12 little guests, and games were played. Refreahments were served, No. 1 No. 2 Cash cream— No. l No. 2 Sweet -18c -14c -25c POULTRY Hens, over 5 Ibs. Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. . ___ J Hens, under 4 Ibs. _____ "lie Leghorn hens _______ """"lie Cocks, under 4% Ibs Cc Cocks, over 4% Ibs. "I gc REPORT OF CONDITION OF Iowa State Bank Geese, live Ducks, live Gade West to a general THE FIRST TRUST JOINT Stock Land Bank of Chicago owns and offers for sale farms of all types in almost every county in Iowa at attractive prices and upon easy terms.—Write W. F. Urenn, Field man, Plymouth, Iowa, or Harold Oldham, Iowa Sales Supervisor 4201 Urbandale Avenue, Des Moines. 42 this AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTEN- tion—Safe driver rewards. Our policy holders always save from 20% to 30%—-coast to coast claim service non-restricted — standard coverages. Buy standard protection at lowest coet.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. La Barre. 36tf33 with balloons and suckers as favors. Shirley, a bright-eyed little blonde, is well-known in Algona for remarkable talents at tap and toe dancing. Little Girl is Ten: Dinner— Lenora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hagg, was ten yester- aay, and to celebrate the occasion she entertained her grandmother, Mrs. Clara Hagg, and little sister ™—thy at 6:30 dinner. I .be in the fourth grade tuu, coming year. Mr. Hagg works at Norton's machine shop. Dinner Honors Mrs. Paddock— Mrs. T. P. Harrington entertained at 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Otis Paddock, Glendale, Ariz., the former Gladys Tribon. Other guests were Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller, and Leona Miller, the latter of Mapleton, Minn. Halms lu Get-Together— A Hahn family reunion was held Sunday at Ralph Albright's, north of Algona. Mrs. Albright is the former Marie Hahn, Whitteniore. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hahn Whitteniore, with their children, Binder Twine 50 Ib. Bales 8 Ib. Balls Coast to Coast Store at the close of business on June f 1°, accordanc e with calls made by the Superin- °' , Bankin f of Iowa an <J the Federal Reserve Bank of 68.72 ^PAINT! QUALITY PAINTS for interior or exterior use. Snnfast colors, always uniform. Ask for color card. Botsford Lumber Company JIM POOL, Mgr. oi ASSETS. 1. Loans anU discounts « 2. Overdrafts IIIIII 3. United States Government obljgations","""d"lrect and/or fully guaranteed 8540000 4. Othej bonds, stocks, and securities . 9'l05 00 6. Banking house, $15,000; furniture and "ttx- tures, $5,029.36 20 029 •?« 8. Reeerve with Federal Reserve bank 275727 IB 9. Cash, balances with other banks, and""cash items in process of collection 5gg 296.19 T ° tal —- —....$1,666,964.41 LIABILITIES 14. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships »nd corporations T ._. $1 119 ass ca 15. Time deposits of individuals, partnersnlps;~a~nd corporations 262481" 16. State, county, and municipal deposits""" " 17. United States Government and poetal savines deposits .___ •__ 18. Deposits of other banks, certlfie~d~"and~o"ffFc~e T rs" checks outstanding, etc. ^_ Deposits not secured by the pledge"""" " of loans and/or investments —$1,543,517.37 , eooo Trade in Algona AND BE SURE TO Get Your Coupons An 18-Day Vacation Trip and.also a separate $50 Cash r-nze will be given-one to the highest ranking contestant, the other to the high ranking contestant in the second division (city or country). FIRMS THAT GIVE VOTES „, „ Deposits ........... ------ -$1,543,517.37 31. Capital account: «.«*«•«< Common stock, 500 shares, par' $100 per share ------------ $ r ,, , Undivided profits — net 50,000.00 5o;ooo.oo 23,447.04 Total Capital Account 123447.04 Total, including Capital Account -$1,666,964.41 I, H. L. Gilmore, Cashier, of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the beet of my knowledge and belief. , • H. L. GILMORE, Cashier. :•• :• R/H. MILLER, Correct—Attest: L. E. LTNNAN, _. -. ' JOHN FRANKL, Directors State of Iowa, county of Kossuth ss: •=<-<•"« o. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of July 1938. ' ^, [SEAL] LOUISE MAGNUSON, Notary Public. Richardson Furniture Co. Gamble Store Pine Room Klassie Motor Company K. & H. OU Station Kossuth Implement Co. Geo. Elbert Garage Howard Hardware Graham's Store Alisbach's Kohlhaas & Spilles Cununing's James Drug store Brownell'g Council Oak Coast to Coast Store Dau Garage Nelson and Lenshig Kresensky'g Marigold Beauty Shop Morrison Beauty Shop Brown Studio Cor. Miller Beauty Parlw 8*0 Prankiln Store Dahlhaoser's Foster Furniture ^sdson & Hanson Algona Bakery Wilson Bakery Kawcott & Ogg The Hub Clothiers Ktamp's Service Station Johnsons D-X Station Pratt Electric Co. Gen *> Wray Conoco Station "—h Conoco Station : Service Station . 8 Sinclair Station Red's Service Station Stele's Champlin Station Deep Rock Station Algona Insurance Agency Call and Iowa Theatres Kent Motor Company Dutch's Service Station C. S. Johnson Moe * Sjogren Cut Rate Groeery Dr. Scanlan Modern Dry Cleaners BjuBtrom'a General Hospital McCormick-Deering Store Soreiuen'B Grocery Norton Lumber Company Smoke Shop HoltEbauer ft Hun '-"•by Drii» Store An4erson'» Jack Sprat Hood's IGA Borchardtfs Long's Food 8h»p Sender's Algonquin Clopton the Tailor s P» r *« m «n'i Tavern Lajnjr «. Hockey . Kossutb Motor Company Eik Cleaners fcassly Lumber Company Barry's A, * 1», Store Dr. Sawyer W. Amunson^ Bid*. Supply Co. Akjona Laundry £ Dry Cleaners

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