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28, KOSSUTH couNTr ADVANCE. ALQOKA, IOWA ton Woman's Parents in~Golden Wedding »» •—*.. . **'' r ~" ~~~ —-- • C3 BRATE AT ifiCH EVENT Johnson and Mrs. Herman Bohn, Fenton, were Sunday evening dinner guests at F. H. Bonn's. The Dehnerts brought home Mary Ann Bohn, who spent a week with them. Mrs. Theede and Mrs. Wollin, who are former Fenton residents and are sisters of Mr. Dehnert, called at Mrs. Herman Luedtke's Sr., and William Schmidt's. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earnhardt, . _, Graettinger, Mr. and Mrs. John Arlly 26—Mr. and Mrs. IT. bogast, and Mrs. Elizabeth Demp- Rlngsted, celebrated sejr were entertained at William i wedding Sunday even- n us kamp' 8 Sunday. The Dennis Paul's Lutheran cnurcn, Hendrlcksens and Mr. and Mrs here a prpgj»» _*£ , George Goetsch were at A. J. Ken- inch served. They were nedy . s- Mr> and Mrs A o Chrlg _ Denmark and are par- (to pher, Caldwell, Ida., arrived last •daughter, Mrs. C. u-*| W eek Thursday to visit the Ken* teuton, and a son^nedys and the Hendricksens. Prior •Dike. There are four to tneir vlslt nerei they yj slte(1 re ,_ u n Mrs. Miller recelv- atlvee at Graettinger, and they are /American Beauty roses, i now ftt p ar kersburg with other rel- inidlogram by a brother atlveg . ^^ Christopher Is Mr. n Denmark, the ros- Kennedy's sister, ni tt florist at Sioux Mrg . B- u jj,^ Armstrong, ,, both 75, are »n s p en t Saturday and Sunday with y were presented ner mot i, eri Mrs. Emma Curry. George Wilson, Kelly, and a Mlas Howard, Pocahontas, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Urs. G, B. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ersland, Ames, visited Mr. and Mrs. Stevens from last week Thursday to Sunday. The Berle Bromleys, Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. Bromley's sister Mrs. Truman Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fisher, with their twin daughters, spent Sunday at the parental John Fisher's, Emmetsburg. Mrs. Walter Fisher and ler daughters visited Mrs. Fisher's sister, Mrs. Gage Fink, Graettinger, last week Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Rave, Ringsted, and her sons spent Friday with the former's sister, Mrs. Donald Weisbrod. dordellla, daughter of Mr. and Mrs'."•William Miller, Fairville, is. ipending two weeks with Mr. and' rtrs. Arthur Kuecker, Gowrle. She iccompanied the Kueckers home ast week Tuesday, after the Cueckers had spent the week-end here with the respective parents, I Wilbur Holldorf, Mr. pas. Glaus, Mr. and Mrs. fphrey, daughter Ruth ISldney. , at InterMken— i. association,of St. ^ iu n church had a pic- . at Interlaken Sunday, |t was decided to meet ,arence Theesfieli's in ,,ve new members have [Sunday school: 'Carroll .Emily Larry picnic jverett Mueller, d Dickie and Attending*the F, Muellers, the Ferdl- •stedts, the Theeafields, Jentzes, the>,iH. H. A. R'.' Willretts, also Baumanns, Ringsted. lluded the F. - W. and fctzes, Mrs. Ralph Riedel, Charlotte, Irene Bleck- Dreyer, Elma Krue- "Rubnke, also Virginia ffltchell, Spencer. jlab Wans Picuic— |py Birthday club met {Wednesday at Mrs. Del's, 31 members attending. jrtainraent consisted of feames and drawing car- Icharge of Mrs. Bertel [and Marian Brown. Mrs. I was taken into the club. tided to have an August | Harrison park, Emmets- i families attending. served by Mrs. Henry nd Mrs. Dennis 1 Hend- Oklnhomans— sie Dreyer, her children, Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. iae, the Alex Radigs, the auses, all of Fenton, Mr. I August Zumach, Rolfe, oyd Torgersons, Bode, M. F. Meyer's, Lotts IE honor of the Rev. fEdwin J, Peter, •tfho are concluding of visiting here with jer's mother, Mre. Anna (and with Mr. Peter's firs. Carl Peter, Algona. 'all on Patient— B. Willett, daughters and Lorraine, Mrs. Ru- Wlllrett, Algona, son I Algona, and Mrs. K. Wib- jcroft, drove to Fort Dodge Thursday to see .Mrs. Baack, Livermore, hospital .ere and seriously is a sister of sick. Mrs. [and Mrs. Wibben.is their i State Park— fcd Mrs, Raymond '• Davis flma Richman, • Waterloo, inday to visit Mr; and Mrs. ffeisbrod. All joined Mr. . Edw, Weisbrod, daughter i Edw. Schleis, and rela- i Klemme at the Ambrose (state park for picnic din- Honors a Birthday— pd Mrs. Alfred Meyers enter- t family dinner Sunday in '• the birthday annlvoi dary [Meyers, and guests! were T Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Mr, i. Ernest Veax, Ida Grove, Und Mrs. Kern Elerick, of PM*» I Honorg Rlngsted "Dad"— f. G, Humphrey entertained ft Saturday evening in hon- w father, G. M. Miller, of A.? was cel «hrating his rtnday anniversary. Other were Mrs. Miller and Mrs. ftrickson, Ringsted. 1 Teacher Visits Here- Meyer arrived last week "7 from Monte Vista 6 will teach primary next l( ™ Parochial school at IM [wd her mother, Mrs. Anna Keep house for her. 1 Hantelnmns— Mrs. "Hubert Hantelmsin hoy Mc- . ,t the Whittemore, «n other son David ia i one-half ' 8 dr. and Mrs. Fred Kuecker and Mrs. Henry Miller. 'Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Madden, and roan Madden went to Algona with he Maddens for a week's visit. rtrs. Ida Kohl, Algona, daughter, Mrs. Madden, and the latter's daughter Joan were at John Homan's Friday afternoon. Ruth Murray and Marola Chrisensen, Minneapolis, visited Agnes Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch Saturday to Sunday. She s a niece of the Goetsches. Viola ifueller, student at the State Teachers college spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. f. F. Mueller. Mrs. M. E. Burwash and her con 'letcher, who had visited relatives at Jerseyville and Collinsville, 111., a week, got home Sunday. Gussie Kirkpatrick, aunt of Mrs. Burwash who had made an extended visit iere, accompanied her niece to II- inois and remained at her home here. Warren Newel and Betty Lou and Gail Hesse, all of Hartley, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel. The vis- tors brought home Lavonne Newel and Phyllis Frank, who had spent week at Warren's. Gail Hesse remained at Newel's for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, June and Bob, with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod, Wbittemore, daughter Mary Alice, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel, Hartley, son Frank- In and Axel Peterson spent Sunday with the Ben Weisbrods, who have a cottage at the Okobojis. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson entertained relatives at dinner Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Bergen Lee, Lqckport, 111.; daughters Mildred and Evelyn, Wayne Berkeland, Manchester; the Elmer Lees, Fentonf- cousins of Mrs. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, and Mr. and Mrs Philip Weisbrod spent Sunday At the Jay Woods home, Jefferson. Mrs Woods Is a Philip Weisbrod daughter and the sister of Mrs. Kern and Walter. ~. ftoh pr Mr. and Mrs. Raymond otoeber F. 0, STOWS BIRTHDAY IS OBSERVED;BURT Burt, July 26—Sunday was F. 0. Stow's birthday, and In honor of the event relatives took the makings for a picnic dinner to his home and helped him celebrate. Among them were the Charles and Bernard Phelps and Mrs. Eunice Moore families, Titonka; the J. T., Robert, and Harvey Graham families, Algona; and the J. D. Grahams, the J. G. Sewlcks, and Bertha Daniels. J. p. stow and the Cecil Godfredsons were there in the afternoon. I). Jr. Family Visits Home— The Harold Grahams, of Des Monies, were Friday to Monday guests of Mr. Graham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, and the Harold Graham daughter Betty, who had spent a week here, went home with her family. Sunday evening the W. W. Boettchers and M. M. Chipmans entertained them und the 0. H. Grahams at supper at the Boettcher home. l»ncll s Hosts at Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. H, O. Buell had as dinner guests Friday evening the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle, and Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. Six Attend Bible Conference- Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Graham, Mattie Warner, Eva Whitney,'Mrs. F. L. Pratt, and the 'latter's mother, Mrs, Bertha Duckmanton, attended a Methodist Bible conference at the Okobojis Sunday. Here for Legion Celebration— Among former Burt residents who came for the Legion celebration Saturday were the L. E. Rieb- iioffs, Rolfe, the C. F. Whalens, of Lakota, and the Thomas Claytons, Armstrong. S. S. Class Has a Party- Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee will entertain the Fidelis Sunday school class this week Wednesday. T)octor, Wife Off for Tonr— Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson left Sunday for a week's vacation in the Black Hills. CITY BILLS June 30, 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 accepted. A cigaret and beer permit was ranted to Alex Dermand. Motion was carried to purchase nd Adams Road Grader, price to e $428.00. The following resolution was Kissed: RESOLUTION NO. 1 WHEREAS, a number of the pa- rons of the Water Department of he City of Algona, Iowa, own the neters through which the water onsuined by them is measured; nd WHEREAS, it is desirous that le title to these meters be in the "Ity of Algona, Iowa; THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV- !D BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF HE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: That the Superintendent of Pub- c Works of the City of Algona, owa, be and he Is hereby author- sed and empowered to enter into contract of purchase of said rater meters for and on behalf of he City of Algona, Iowa, said con- ract to be substantially in the ollowing form: I or we, the undersigned, being in. the property lo- ated at No. __. ------------ Streat n the City of Algona, Iowa, do ereby transfer, the /ownership of aid meter to -the City of Algona, owa. In consideration for .''.the ame ..the City of Algona, Iowa, grees to maintain and keep in ood repair the water meter on 10 above described premises at he expense of the City of Algona, owa, except in case said water neter is damaged by freezing or y negligence on part of the ten- nt or owner of the property in hich the meter is located. In case aid meter is damaged by freezing r negligence on the part of the enant or owner of the property in rhich said meter is located the, wner of the property shall pay to he City of Algona, Iowa, the cost : repairing said meter. Dated this 30th day of June, 938. mother of Mrs. Stoeber, Mrs. Reed, s and Eugene, children of es Mr and Ms Melvin Mansager are and Mrs. Arthur Berkeland The Ervln Wegeners, Chicago, The Ervm WBB«"""-« . ,; - j Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. of Henrv Wegener, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Knoer Monmouth, were last week Thu« day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace. Mr. Knoer is a cousin of Mrs. Wallace and Rose Weisbrod. . Ruth Espe, 1930 graduate here returned to Sanborn, Minn., Saturday, after ft few weeks with local -w. friends. She keeps house for ner The father, John Espe, and orotner M now Verlln. The Otis Days, Clarion, were M.u.8 una *"»j»> —- •-- --•, j Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ana Mrs. E. K. Johnson Thejlsjtors brought home Marjorie the **• Mr. 'and Mrs. WaU. lave two boys and two The missionary study club J* * meet Friday night with Mrs. Alfred Meyers, and Mrs. George Boettch- *_.;,•' _i-~ - M,avnnt«r study of operation on his neck er will give a character study N °The Walter Wlddels spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roe neke, Worthington, Minn. Other Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. John McGowan, a daughter, and .Mr. McGowan's mother, Mrs. Tom McGowan, all of ~?edar Rapids, and an aunt, of Stanwood, visited from Friday to Monday at Prank Schneider's. Herman Putz took Bobby Ollom to Blue Earth the other day, and Bobby went on from there to his home at St. Paul. He had spent a week here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Putz. The George Wardens spent Sunday with relatives at Dows, and the daughter Wilma, who had spent two weeks there, came home with the family, also a friend. Betty Jane Hackbarth. Mrs. John Falk Sr., daughter Tillie, Mrs. John Falk, and the latter's daughters Clarice and Phyllis spent last week Wednesday at R. A. Bleich's. Mrs. Falk Sr. is Mrs. Bleich's .mother. Mrs. Bertha Wallace accompanied Will Stow, Dolliver, to Thor Saturday for a visit till Sunday at a brother's. Mr. Stow brought home his wife, who is Mrs. Wallace's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hulin, Oilman, called Saturday at Mrs. Maude Hanna's. Mr. Hulin, a rural mall carrier, had attended a state convention'at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs.- Grant Peters, of Omaha, daughter Nancy, Mrs. H. A. Lewis, Algona, and the latter's daughter Ella spent Monday at Mrs. Louisa Thompson's. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck, Mrs. Laura Sewick, and the lattor's daughter Lura left Monday for a week with Freeport, 111., relatives. G. W. Bleich went to Lewisville, linn., Saturday to get his wife, ho had spent a week there with er mother, Mrs. Augusta Seeman. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Wallace, lason City, and a son spent the reek-end at G. P. Hawcott's. Mr. Vallace is Mrs. Hawcott's brother. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, and er son Donald spent the week-end t G. C. Allen's, and all at Clifford folding's for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook, ith the granddaughter Carol, ave gone to Oskaloosa and Des koines for visits. Beada Kollasch, Des Moines, pent the week-end with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. The Herman Neltzels and the Lemuel Marlows visited the John "fewbroughs, near Algona, Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Sanderson and Mrs. .nna Ambrose left Sunday for a iveek with relatives at Des Moines. The Chester Sills, Galbraith, pent the week-end with Mrs. Sill's Barents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. • Paine. Mr. and Mrs. W, R. Carney and Mary Frances Carney spent Sunday at Robert Carney's, Algona. The U and I Circle will meet Friday at Mrs. J. H. Schroeder'a, Mrs, J. P. Stow assisting. Mary Jean McDonald visitec Ruth Riddle, near Algona, Sunday :o Tuesday. D. M. Stewart and the Roscoe Stewarts spent Sunday at Le Roy Burger's. „ The Brink Shiplers, Maxwell spent the week-end with Burt rel atives. Mr neKe, wui-uiiuew-. ;-„ wi( j Koe.neke is ft cousin of Mrs. Wia The Charles Greens, Algona ana- del. \ Railroad Boost for Former Burt Youth W E Shanor, former Burt boy has been made chief dispatcher fo the northern Iowa division of th C & N. W., with headquarters a Mason City. He succeeds T. B Blodgett, who resigned. Mr. Sfla nor has been in Northwestern em ploy nearly 40 years. Till head quarters was changed to Mason City he lived at Eagle Grove. HI wife is the former Florence Sarch ett, once a popular clerk » th Geo. L. Galbraith store here. owner of water meter No Owner. CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA By Superintendent of Public Works of the City of Algona, Iowa. The following bills were altwed: W. Kelly, salary i eo Bellock, salary C. Dailey, salary om Halpin, salary /alter Gorman, salary E. Stephenson, salary. ay Barton, salary C. Wright, salary dah Carlson, salary 'arold Roth, labor ertha Johnson, labor — oe Kelly Ja., labor Vest. Elect. & Mfg. Co., mdse. .roulds Pumps Inc., mdse. eneral Electric, mdse. -a. Machinery & Supply Co., mdse. iesel Service Co., mdse.. earborn Chemical Co., mdse. 97.50 70.00 70.00 67.50 67.50 65.00 65.00 42.50 70.00 52.80 5.60 37.20 33.24 1.37 504.30 93.93 2.13 'he Bristol Co., mdse. 17.97 6.24 3.49 8.25 192.78 279.16 288.83 'elwig Co., mdse. T. D. Allen Co., mdse. „ ildwest Supply Co., mdse. erry-Durln Co., mdse.. _- lectric Supply Co., mdse res«ent Elect. Supply, mdse. ---------------- 166.46 Vest. Elect. Supply, mdse. _ _______________ 997.59 alleable Iron Range Co., mdse. ________________ 364.84 :arvey Mat. Co., mdse — 3.86 Tieo B. Robertson Prod- uucts ______________ — 12.45 .ddressograph Sales, mdse. _______________ „ 2.62 :ohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 17.95 'orton Machine Works, mdse. ________________ 136.57 V. A. Richardson, labor — .Igona Flour & Feed Co., mdse. ---------------- ratt Electric Co., mdse._ Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. 'rank Cook, mdse. -----H. W. Post, freight ----- I'y Express Agency, express ----- ........... resco Union, signs ----- Chrischilles Store, mdse.- Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Western Union, service __ Mex Miller, refund W. W. Sullivan, P. M., rent W. W. Sullivan, P. M., rent — V. W. Bell Telephone Co., service Igona Laundry, labor — Dutch's Service, mdse. — Harris Brothers, gas Wm. C. Dau Garage, re- 45.17 61.09 3.62 38.12 17.00 67.05 1.69 2.76 11.04 1.23 ,63 4.50 pairs Skelly Oil Co., gas lyner Helmers, labor — )lck Helmers, labor Vern Scobba, labor Elmer Johnson, labor — ihester Webb, -labor Jlmer Holtcamp, labor — Vayne Stephenson, lahor- Ibhn Spencer, labor Fred Jacobs, mdse. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Kohlhaas Bros., return goods ' WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ilarry Barton, salary Frank Ostrum, salary — .75 24.82 8.50 2.91 5.88 10.71 13.76 36.00 36.00 22.50 15.80 13.78 5.40 46.57 39.20 2.50 372.41 60.00 Skelly Oil Co., gas 6.60 GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne, salary fil.OO A. E. Moulds, salary 55.00 Cecil McGinnis, salary ... 50.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, dogs. 6.00 Harms Oil Co., kero .__ 11 46 Wm, C. Dau Garage, repairs ' 18.70 Dutch « Service, repairs.. .75 Tom Frankl, gas 15.40 Harris Brothers, gas 10.85 K. & H. Oil Co., gas 21.62 Dutch's Service, gas Wm. Bowman, labor Bub Knoll, labor 29.99 .75 5 50 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 1.33 C. A. Heard, labor Advance Pub. Co., printing 28.50 17.23 16.23 25.00 20.00 .06 25.00 15.00 7.65 7.65 7.65 4.90 8.14 3.58 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 2 11 12.50 .70 14.89 21.15 10.42 70.00 69.30 75.46 41.96 4,5.43 46.S8 40.42 46.97 40.43 32.23 Algona V. D. M., printing Dr. Sawyer, rent ________ Mrs. Colllnson, salary ___ Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdde. Bert Whitmarsh, salary SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ______ Dick Helmers, labor ____ Ryner Helmers, labor __ Vern Scobba, labor ______ Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. ________________ F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service . Advance Pub. Co., mdse— Algona Laundry, labor __ Dutch's Service, gas ____ Kossuth Oil Co., gas _____ kelson & Lensing, rent __ Jesse Lashbrook, salary _. Willard Gregson, labor ._ E. Skllling, labor -------F. Skillihg, labor ____ ... Oliver Bakken, labor —. 3o. Gunder, lahor „ _______ Herman Lyon',' labor — __ John Helmers, labor ____ >has. Harvey, labor _____ Standard Oil Co., labor. Leighton Supply Co., labor ------------------ 200.83 H. W. Post, freight McCormick-Deering, mdse Auto Supply, Lumber Co., reenberg mdse. Botsford mdse. Xohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. F\ S. Norton & Son, mdse. Norton Machine Works, repairs rick Nelson, labor !.. A. Copp, adv. FIRE FUND 1 C. Wright, salary Earl Bowman, labor Dr. R. M. Wallace, care of Earl Bowman lapp's Master Service, mdse. SWIMMING- POOL Svelyn Graham, salary Hartha Palmer, salary Phil Bergfield, salary .__ 3ob Sellstrom, salary Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. B 1 . S. Norton & Son, mdse. Norton Machine Works, repairs Algona Laundry, labor — tnternatl Filter Co., mdse Meyer & Wenthe, mdse.— Thompson - Hayward Chemical Co., mdse. — Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. Algona U. D. M., mdse. __ 6.27 122.81 3.42 7.69 31.51 24.13 6.92 25.00 .50 22.50 52.80 171.00 2.00 42.00 27.93 60.76 52.80 .88 5.08 .16 5.08 10.06 5.93 13.37 37.76 42.83 10.36 GOT A PACKAGE TO MAIL, OR papers to file away for safe- eeping? Ten sizes of heavy mania clasp envelopes at the Advance office at 2c to 5c each. Want-Ad. 34tf ARGUS CANDID CAMERA I 4» A ___..... __ r .OT* •> • ••w cum*. TUMI 8 pl» ton* p«i fact of 35 mm ••• ttoo pietara ftlB..C«F«elte u J to 36 rapowiM. ACTION MAMHOT* IN HACK AND WHITE OH NATURAL COLOR • I'. A pT«oi|ioa BinUtnt* tw ipMdi up to 1/200 Mooadk OJ* $12.50 Writ* (w lr«e dtierlpllv* kookUt K, D, JAMES ALGONA IOWA J. W. Kelly, salary o Bellock, salary. ?. C. Dailey, salary fom Halpin, salary Walter Gorman, salary __ i. E. Stephenson, salary- Ray Barton, salary C. Wright, salary Adah Carlson, salary Bertha Johnson, labor . . 3rnst Thlel, labor . Harold Roth, labor (Vayne Stephenson, labor- Toe Kelly Jr., labor Shell Petro. Corop., diat.. rohnson Oil Co., dlst. H. W. Post, freight 97.50 70.00 70.00 67.50 67.50 65.00 65.00 4250 70.00 8.23 28.03 52.80 20.25 37.50 752..12 212.59 7.55 M. St. P. & P. Ry, freight — 696.40 il'y Express Agency, expr. 2.16 Western Union, service - 7.50 Stewart's Service, gas 29.99 Andy Bowman, labor ,. 3.*0 Wm. Spencer,-".labor _.'..'_ 3.20 Di'ck Helmers, labor 2.70 Vern Scobba, labor .....^ 2.70 lyner .Helmers, 'labor —. 2.70 Chester Webb, labor 4.05 WATER FUND r. W. Kelly, salary 37.50 tarry Harton, salary — 65.00 JYank Ostrum, salary ... 65.00 Laura Mitchell, salary __ 55.00 H. W. Post, freight _ 2.48 GENERAL FUND A. Van Alstyns, salary 61.00 A. ,E. Moulds, salary 55.00 3ecil McGlnnls, salary ._ 50.00 J. E. Norton, labor 4.90 ""red Sellchnow, labor 3.50 fesse Lashbrook, salary _ 70.00 ~ Skllling, labor 63.14 VJllard Gregson, labor __ 77.00 Geo. Gunder, labor 41.19 DEPOSIT FUND H. R, Betsworth et a!, refund deposit ..... _____ 126.05 Algona BAND FUND Municipal Band, concerts _____________ 650.00 Passed and approved this 30th day of June, 1938. C. F. SPBCHT, Attest: ADAH CARL/SON, City Clerk. Mayor. The City Council July 14. met In ad- lourned session with all members present. Motion carried to purchase 1000 ft. of 2^-ln. fire hose at 98c per ft. Following library trustees were appointed for a term of six years: ~ J. Gllmore, W. C. Dewel, Ella Thompson. The bills allowed follow: ELECTRIC FUND Oliver Bakken, labor _._" 41.19 Frank Sklllfng, labor ... 41.J9 John Helmers, labor 45.04 Herman Lyona, labor —. 36,97 Chas. Harvey, labor 35.04 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 15.00 Dick Helmers, salary .,_ 10.50 Ryner Helmers, salary __ 6.75 Vern Scobba, selary 9.45 FIRE FUND MAINTENANCE PAGE SEVEN =59 C. C. Wright, salary 22.50 Earl Bowman, labor 62.84 FIRE EQUIPMENT FUND Central Fire Truck Corp., truck 4850.0<l Passed and approved this 14th day of July.. 1938. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ESTIMATE Notice: The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa, will meet, August 11, 1938, at 9 a. m., a the Court House In Algona, Iowa, Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. E. S. KINSEY, County Auditor. 123 4567 Proposed Balance Estlmat-Estlmat- Amount Expend- Expend- expend- on hand ed sur- ed Income necessary itures Iturea June plus of other to'be tor year for year 30 balance than raised by 1936 1937 1938 on hand taxation taxation 3,274 $*10,000 $ 20,000 $ 90,000 $ 96,924 itures estimated FUNDS 1939 General $100,000 S Court Expense- 6,500 Poor _. 55,000 State Insane— County School— 11,500 Soldiers Relief ... Bovine Tuberculosis— Emergency 45,000 Sec. Road Funds: Construction *283 15,663 *2,500 5,000 5,000 9,000 45,000 4,319 41,134 98,470 5,718 49,582 16,000 6,496 2,000 1,500 12,500 13,910 10,444 658 4,800 1,222 1,000 1,000 10,500 10,482 11,675 3,800 3,367 4,035 500 4,876 810 500 45,000 10,491 3,899 34,561 Construction (% mill) Maintenance 1% mills) Maintenance (3 mills) C'nst or M'n't (% mill) Co. Cash Road Bond Fair Grounds. 140.0W) 66,956 30,000 80,000 30,000 130,334 162,894 25,000 included in above 25,000 70,000 88,358 10,000 2,000 58,000 156,278 171,734 90,000 included in above 25,000 included in above 35,000 11,409 10,000 4,300 1,391 90,000 25,000 25,000 34,138 33,842 4,300 3,544 4,411 Totals -$628,600 ?200,830 $ 46,000 :$109,500 $473,100 $504,921 $691,265 "•Overdrafts //S/////////////////////A. To Make Rdom For Fall Merchandise Which Is Arriving Almost Daily We need the room and offer a mid-summer Bargain Event on Living Room Bedroom Suites Suites Kitchen Furniture And Dozens of Individual Pieces Including Lamps COOK WITH ALGONA GAS! Algona Gas, distributed by us in our own containers, is pleasing hundreds of customers in this vicinity. We offer 100 percent pure Don't be misled by a small- propane gas at a better price er drum at at higher price per —100 Ib. drums at $8.75, pound, / ALWAYS A FULL LIKE OF RANGES TO CHOOSE FROM Bjustrom's FURNITURE—HOME APPLANCES Rasy Terms Phone 520- W Laura Mitchell, salary — Neptune Meter Co., mdse. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. >,--.C. A. Momyer & Sons;. _a|h: stract „,--——--S-- 181.85. W. A. Richardson,- labor— George HoUzbauer, mdse. Laing :«;' Muckey, mdse. — Tom Pranki, gas -------- 37.50 65.00 65.00 65.00 143.77 13.97 10.19 ' 80.36 GE.UN BINS Also Corn Cribs, all sjjses, meet ing Gov't loan requirements. Also Champion Pre^sure-Creosoted silos. Loty direct price. Write Wester* Silo Co»pwr, »ept P, West !tes Holies, " our cleaning and repairing services regularly and you can keep apparel as immaculate looking as when new, In addition, the extra wear received will make it an economy. Depend on the Elk to keep your clothes for (•••••iMiMiiimMiMimMimm^

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