Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1938 · Page 14
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TAGEEIGHT WESLEYANS IN PICNIC SUNDAY AT CLEAR LAKE picnic ,,, ,~ T ~",""' 7 >vl Llle state not v^ieai Lake by a, group of !er 1 Jr in f/| 1 '-, al ! d Mrs - Jack RVeli-' ters M I T m y> U ' e John Hlck e™ li le H'ldnuin, two sons, the Raymond Hansons Carl f™ nztn > s ', daughter Helen,' 801 K*n!'' T ' Helen ' illld Richard J^ent, Leona and Frances Seimer Mr*. Tony LlndenachnUdt. and Mr' and Mrs. Edw. Dusold. A\\*™i of the Hlrncr Clan- Mrs. Georse Hlrner, mother of Simon and George, her daughter Rich- day after a week herewUh & ir aSt Week Wednesday the Simon Hirners, Mary Hirner Rieh- " 0d oA nd ,? IlbertSoobbln S.«nd I the George Hirner daughters Lucille and Anna Mae had a picnic n d ' fished at Lost Island. To Atl <(ni i Church Conferences- 'Mr and Mrs. An to Monson or to Mri r U f, ht AUKUSt!l S ™» s °" to Mrs. Esther Skow's 5URt PROW or rot imtRoepeNotn Of INDUSTRY AW AGRICULTURE •me PECULIAR CMINEB- TKKK OFF Ml? SHOES INSTEAD OF fllf ENTeSI. A HOUSE__ CHS --- THE CATFISH. OF THE MIIE RIVER. SWIMS ' UPSIPE POWN LOCAL-!? NOW 7 JIT.OOO, 000,000 YEAR,._,/» SUM EQUAL TO f/7 A AHA/UTS FOR EVERY <*iNure SINCE rue ye AH 1 A-D. i ^nn.fc*' ; THEVWER TO PROTECT THE IEI FROM SPM5HE5 OF MIJP AUP WATER /AfF HIMS'ftrTMCHi KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALQONA. IOWA The T±«l ne T Jetlt!! ' Fent0n ' , J years ^0, and he attended school M ? Vr Cllad there ' The y both toade ' he| r home M <» r uumuB Jiongs -were called Monday to Walter Rledels, .Burt, . wh fn the Riedel barn and other buildings were struck by lightning. Harold Speraw and Divorced Wife are Remarried June 19 Last week's Livermore Gazette carried the following news of interest in Algona: Mrs. Frances Speraw and Harold bperaw, who were divorced sev- iral years ago, were remarried in Baptist church at Truman, there ' at Algona and have both after been home their marriage, residents there most of the time since their divorce. —' » Fairville Minister Formally Installed Fenton, July 26—The Rev. Alfred Render, Kingsley, was installed Sllll fin V n ftnttnnscti « _ tX.l....ni _ Hinn., -June 19, and will their home in Algona. m i i elr t^ n ? onald - wh ° had been m vr his honle in Livermore with Mr. and Mrs. ~ , Peraws LONE ROCK LOCALS son • . at dinner Sunday AIdrich Mrs. Arlo , -f^no evening n " h- , birthday anniversary. Hutchisons Hacklr^ni Trip— Jerry' Attends Colloire Summor School- 5 Chnrch Social "in Success— A MethSdist ice cream social on a lawn -up town last week Thurs night netted some ?2G. fronl Mancroft- Tisers defeated the nine-g, there. Sunday —..».. woneis, ana wats< me r buttermaker here Mrs. Genrich attended a state rural ! carriers convention at Spencer last week Thursday and Friday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dun- of Me' -jgor, spent Wednesday night with the Genriches. The James Ackarmans, Mr. and Mrs Robert Ackarman, and M, -- Ml ' s - C. W. Heerdt, of Algona' spent Sunday evening at Mrs Car' olme Ackarnmn's. Mrs. Ly'e " low , an . d . he ' r ch »dren spent week Wednesday at E C stedt's, Burt. The M. 0. Richards family at- farewell dinner for Mrs. nit ' WHEN THE ( 3&?ffi®g3§; **\ i ii JU&AUW ?'»tnct Jf-^1HL^3walltfiJ^" l&rt^Si iurt Inc. .' ''en ton i ne . . Dakota Inc. ... /edyiinl Jnc. . . -one Rock Inc. 'UVerne Inc. wea City luc Mtonkn Inc. \'esley Inc. . . . Vliitteruoro Inc. 'istrlct liuffulo Twp. Burt Twp. .. Crcsco Twp. Kngle Twp. Fenton Twp. Gurfield Twp. --~ t "^-* '-jtanurun, C»ennjin Twp. ...— _.. „„„ Julianna, remained I Grant Twp. , Th rPe «? r i,f he rest of the ^mer ^'-ood\w P ; ine bhelhtos returned Tuesday to Ames, and JulJanna went with visit at the Shellito n, . Ai s Boer , has now l g °" e '° Algona to make his home with the reunited family, and will go to school there. I . Ia '"° Id Speraw is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Speraw, who were in business in Llvermore .?ome Sunday afternoon ns Fairville Lutheran pastor. Because the church is undergoing repairs, the services were held on the George uman, jSiems lawn. The Rev. W. H. make Discher, Whitternore, delivered the I sermon, and the congregation held a reception and a grocery shower for the new pastor and his wife. There was a large nttendanca, including the Rev. Mr. Shaffer, JJv- ermore, the Rev. Mr. Heinrichs, Mallard, the Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona, the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz, Fen- Cnsey Loss, bd. A prls. . .. C. Jt. Ostwlnkle, del. tax Wm. Shirley, travel, erp. x 271.3B del. tax roll. OS.ua 7.36 Ji'.BS 2 En W 111. OIlllIU^) 11 t.L YU1. C L. A. Wlnkel, travel exi Miss Doris Welfare, 8th exams <. -•• Mrs. Leo O. Wolfe, 8th grade exams 5.00 .Vera E. Sclnvlotcrt, Stl: gri-ade exams 33.10 J. J. Dooley, office exp 10.28 Advance Publishing Co., printing 73.35 Hagg-ard & Waller, printing 36'3.-IO Clark & Clark, printing lOu.06 Matt 1'arrott & Sons Co., supplies 171 50 Tei7klns-l''crgcmann Co., sup. piles 13.00 Algona Reminder, printing. .75 White Rose Scrv., supplies.. .66 Algona Flour and Feed Co., supplies 110.41 \ S. Norton & Son, supplies 4.01 Ity of Algona, supplies 3.(lo M. 0. Bourne, med. has now sunn, me itcv. Mr. mi.Deiitz, i'en- ton, the Rev. Ernst Fiene, of IxHts Creek, and Teacher Paul JOSSCH, Whiltemore. Board Proceedings COUKT HOUSM 0:00 O'Clook A. M ...... " MI1rvl " or lnc ""° i "lewber B. S. klNSEY, Secretary. COURT HOU8K 0:00 O'clock A. M. Vine'ai,'IWS Koiiril of supervisors met pursuant to nd.louniment with nil members present and continued to approve "Homestead Credit. Claims." Motion by Helken and seconded by Jlorrls Hint the Homestead Credit Claims for 193S be approved us follows: Claim Number Inclusive 1 to «0« Inclusive 1 to 115 Inclusive 1 to 1)4 Inclusive 1 to (14 Inclusive 1 to 7H Inclusive 1 to 51 Inclusive 1 to 10 «: S2A & 83A Inclusive 1 to (in Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive -'It l.l. v-l. l.,u III II1-, IIIUU 12 50 Kossuth^ Hospital, hosp. care 164.50 '.50 .55 .SO .10 I.SO Dr Gl J?o' 7 ^L Chubb ' engineer Dick Baade, labor Clarence Hentgros, labor . r , or James Kelso, labor ... ?•?.;! Dr. No. 12— c -00 Geo. Looft, labor John Welch, labor Dr, No. 20— Ulck Baade, labor .. , .,„ n?°%o°W™' lllbor ••••'•'•'•'• Sis' ro. Oeorge 1,00ft, labor Dr'to". —,.. -jnade, laboi Or, No. 70— James Kelso,'labor Dr. ivuonu LI, JiunjHUIl, Iiunp. Dr. C. D. Schnap, dental Robert Bunkofskl. blj Klmnr Hoykoi:, bty. Rwrln llcenken, bly, Harold Uhben, bty.'.. Will Lauch, bty Krw-lti H. Sims. bty. . a ° elil ". 1 ' ° teil ". "y ........... Richard Bcenkcn, bty ....... Ralph Gecrdes. bty.'.. Mrwln Gelsklns, bty ....... Cort C. Klppenlrop, bty Verle Nelson, bty ........... Georpe Sehmldl, bly ....... Harold Johnson, bly ......... Wallace Anderso, bty. .. ArtMur Prlobc bty ........... Oliver Jouiiff, bly ........... Hownrd Andres, j. p. fpns .... nelnder Kromlnga, const fees -. K Spccht, mayor foes .. II. A. Van Alstyne, marsh, fees Myrllc .lordan, mtK. . Waude M. Hani] a, in (p. . G. D. Hnrt, mtp. . . ---- Hdlar & Chambers, supplies ....... irrnnphs Adding 'jinc'l'i.' Co.', supplies ... ' Agt'.,' in' p'rem- ] Shi'ptn'n.' aiiinry'ln'sp.' .' Hutolllson . 0. A. 1 to 11 0 1 87 ns to 1 to i to Person, with Krueger. caled on 's, and Aiex Kst B e"r- William Sunday. Luverne Schroeder ton. Algona, spending and Mrs. F. F!'Schroeder, 1 Fen- —. Fort Sunday *u^i o, u.ud Mrs Poole accompanied them ""- week with her grand Tuesday Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Ve a - - Harrison Twp' Hebron Twp. ... Irvlnfrton Twp. Led yard Twp. ... LnVerne Twp. . . Lincoln Twp. . .. Lotts Creek Twp. Plum Creek Twp, Portland Twp. . Prairie Twp Ramsey Twp. ... Hiverdale Twp. Seneca Twp Sherman Twn. . Springfield Twp. Swen Twp T T nion Twp Wesley T«-p Whlttcmore Twp. Claim Numbers 1 to 50 1 to -II 1 to -It 1 to 21 1 to 07 1 to 54 1 to fi-l 1 to in 1 to 41 1 to 31. 1 to US 1 to 03 1 to 40 1 to 34 1 to 44 ™ MoTion T ille Other Wesley News. There being no Mc -Ponnl(l, Morris, Cos d'. FrUSCr ' NayB! Non E. S. Kinsey, Auditor's Office, July 1st, 1938 , Board of SurrS '' Resent 1 JOUrnm ° nt with ' ancl second Algona. guests at A. D night «" and » mother The J for a T. Meurers, Mrs man's. Mr. Ackarman ta helpTng w.Ui the farm work at Burt's Fena Jensen entertained Mrs Hattie Sprank. daughter Heler Anna Flaig, Mrs. James Ackarman _- daughter Luela, and son ~ Fnday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard Mrs. Mary Brunson, and "Billy- Smipson were Sunday guests a My. Blanchard's, Irvington Mr and Mrs. G. H. Doty, daughtej Jean, Mr. and Mrs. William War:he Warner son Junior =o,,. ------ were at- Andrew Thorn- Sell S. Mrs. Dale Schutte, of St. Cloud, Mnn., came Sunday for a visit with the A. J. Meyer family and other relatives. Other Sunday fiuasts at Meyer's were the Ernest Meyers, Burt, the Frank Meyers, lhe visit. Mr. and Mary Le e , and Patty Ann d T>, Sta 4 e , Park Sund ay afternoon 1 ne wb Muehes, Albert T ^ Eugene Blanchard, Mason Citv spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard, Waterloo came Monday for a visit there. MrTw T r M ' Jensen entertained Mi s. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Angus Cotton. and Mrs. Harley ShelHto Fr day afternoon. George Crow, who had been at tend.ng summer school at Boul vh.iV . i arrived Satur(1 ay for visit «ciiei, Mr. anc M ' aud Mrs - vh.iV . i visit at the R. and last T. te home Mr. spent Mrs. week Harley ShelHto Thursday Schal- t" u ser Lillian' for home Monday, after a vltit since last week Wednesday U -iftoi-n"' "' """' eaa ' Algona, were Mrs w" T gU6 o S at the daughter Mis. W. J. Cotton's. The Will Christensons spent the afternoon -ona Reynolds home, Al- The Hugh Walshes and the Ber" ar t O'Donnells spent Sundayat xi. W. Hamm'o «* -ri i_. . * . week at Rafnh Th 010 * 1 ' Spent Iast tti «amn Th^ m r, son , s Mrg her son a h r • • « . t _ - „ , Ayes: all. Motion by that Morris second na RESOLUTION >17'C!/-tT tr-i-i,-, , _ to ns T to 25 1 to R7 1 to 59 1 to 35 1 to 51 1 to 43 I to 45 1 to 24 1 to 38 1 to 50 1 to oS 1 to 01 ^ Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive ."iK-hislve Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive' Inclusive' Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive Inclusive the board adjourned "Sine E. S. KINSKY, Score tii ry. AV. E. MCDONALD Chairman W ^. nol ' l »Klifius, ine'tff. '[•„ W. Ffarms. mff- iVIfke WnRner, mttf Kossuth Co. F--- Macmllllnn' Co.,' a^nll Forcsmnn .... Co., supplies Co 7.70 .40 .50 .95 .55 2.00 .05 i!bo 12.55 13.01) 2.511 M.S5 2.50 1.15 2.20 '3.IIM I.UO 1..1S 3(5.30 150.00 27 OB 10 00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 375.00 13.H8 Qeo. Looft, lal „. Oi-t'o.^"' lab °'' - 8e'o nS 'L I o'oft! nI , 1 a l b^" BlnCCr ' .lohn Welch, labor'.'.'.'.','i.' Dr.. No. 83 — Clma. B. Chubb, engineer Homer Nolle, labor fernley Nolle, labor James Kelso, labor ... . ' ' £ ln '"°" oc Hontgos. labor' i n , Dr. No. 87r ,2i roleum Oeo. Looft, labor . .lolm Welch, labor * . TIIe Dr. No. SO— nick Baade, labor Geo. Graham, labor Dr. No. 8S— Oeo. Looft, labor .. John Welch, labor Dick Baade, labor . . .Tames Kolso, labor .. AfcNn IlV Co.'. ' supp'lioq • . Loose B. re- approp. Orville ipprop •v>ne CO N tS lnMns' 1 °^'^^ Chris F. Nielsen, '.la hoi-' .'.':' J. I. Merrynian, bridge work 20.37 12.02 81.55 S5.S2 21.00 10.3 500.0 OO.C 75.00 300.00 Dr . . lab01 '' Baade, 'r. iNO. 99— Dick Baade, lab ° r labor Geo. Looft, labor Iabor a.. James Kelso, labor Fraser that the Semi-Annual Report -r. J ' P ul jy. Treasurer of Kos- n ? y> A °.V. a ' be "PPi-oved, and ni,M?S ty Audltor be instructed to publish same. Ayes: nil Motion by Fraser and second by ™ ihen1 , u "}t the quarterly reports of fees collected by .1. J. Dooley, Coun- ly Recorder and K. s. Kinsev Coun•y Auditor, and the Sheriff's report for the Motion s. gravel • L. Ilubcr, labor Ben Nolle, labor . C!ur.eiicu J3. Huff, ,labor Orvillc N. Blklns. labor iMr Garvlck. labor , the quarter be approved. by Morris and second Ayes: by oton by Morris and second by Fraser that tbe ap D ]ication for clB- J^. tt: ?. Ope ;; m| t a " d ''ond of B. ,T. Sau- cej, Smltty's Service Station," Se\- °r. be approved. Ayes: all ' " ,'n= .1 H y : J cik en and second by raaer. that a Pauper Notice be serv- ™," Mi e ,,, f , ollow| nff persons: May 'onir, William Cronin an'd' family Fay Minard, Willlnm and MTyne tto and family, Tom Lee MI lard Mun?n ma '5r and H a - mlly ' Frank Blah' '• and MI ' S . A . VehclKt 1 MoKlnlB " tiOI ' y Robert Wood, labor %$&?SZSS*S!fcSt™* i: Sr^-pM^' ::: Msp&pl^i 01 "' :: n? , narker . Patrol . Mk Cv Bftk te ^ fleld - piiror::- fliiKc Baker, patrol 75.00 250.00 155.00 84.00 1S04.3-I 302.-10 1-IO.-10 100.80 •18.00 38,70 3.60 138'. 02 32.1.'! 7.00 9.67 41.25 8.25 70.00 125.00 125.00 113.20 35.70 fi- , J ; r'almer, labor . BoUford Lumber Co., Dr. No. i'li— Geo. Looft, labor . . labor •••' sup- .Toh Dr o- iabor Geo. Looft. labor Georg-e Looft, labor Jolm Wcjch, labor . . Dr No. 147— James Kelso, labor •Geo. Looft, Jnbor ... labor - 0 Chas. E. Chubb, encineei Fullerton Lumber" Co", ^s' Dr. K.-k!'No"2— Can' ? tin . st ';°"i, labor ... No 1 '. J- Anderson, labor Lumber Co " . Dr - H.-K. ' No ' 's-Vn T . labor ' Patrol . Quinn, and '*r' -Ayes; iLn. Motion by Helken raser that the fol._ e appointed as weed by and second by 'Ing persons commission- Alfred . 10-1.00 . 92.or, . 72.00 . es.flr, . 32.75 .19.05 90.05 94.85 72.00 57.90 13.50 107.fiO . .BS.GO 125.00 88.20 S7.50 58.45 Dr District ' POOR FUND No. 1— A co ' med - •• Andrews, med. . .' Janse, mod '' a JoUison I'rov" Care rent •;: rent . n - amb - , Herman Warmbler, Iher- ...... S ? V'-' ™°"»'temu^ _tlSSlmus) nornnnlnl rj.,„_..:._""!*•* . 4.!IO .so 1 40 in.on 14.00 i.no .70 i« oo 14.00 ?.oo .1.20 2.80 10.00 an.os o.oo 6.011 1.10 •1.01 3.50 12.00 23.00 20.cr, 9.03 5.50 2.40 j 2.10 io.no 7.00 2.51 4.On 3.50 25.20 20.30 2.40 39.32 14.99 11.GO 10.1C '4.01 1.03 .90 .77 1.70 .30 .83 50.00 29.00 8.00 50.00 10.00 27.'00 5'. 00. 15.00 11.43 15.00 39.50 7.60 8.00 $.00 6.00 15.00 80.00 44.50 . J. 0 :. 0 . 0 100 tnot i r,, f -X ff rji ;^ill ?a ; 5|:ii Jli"iil,i i,,. ii'^lnB c,n,^ or n n-!i l ' 1v '' r , A "Kutr'i,'!,''9 ! o h ( . Ml Million AV." Mm-rt Cott l)l i rl! J"H 'I 1 ,, i " 'Ki'iii'v i.,;'1 Ayes: nil ' 'Midi "- 1 111 ft Din. Let Us Refinance! Your Car I On terras suitable lo yMaJ —pay oil yourpte«tll«J vanco more cash and BJ a lower monthly pjymt t cash lo pay bill ' ' needs and olhern,.,. on convenient law ( local service f " p - •'• KOHLH Aljfonn Telcplt Fred J. . care are danqeroun time* •Henry Schuitz, Whlttel K."a'EwoVdt; 'Bu'r't ...... Wliittemore • sr^-BSS-f. 1 " the ?x. reby worked [orris and second >?V3 P 00 ? hom »2S5} llSA 'tit 1 j ^O^Q p Harry U H 1 ei''m'ke Pl l° e ^l?F-t^ { I u '«; \ti%. ••-.- pSSSi- sS;,«S"--W" serv. 18:88 9 - 6 ' ) ) ll m^Sir-' 5.4.00 g'strlct No 3-L - liu Dr- ^Sd^.' --, 70.00. fpSl^'^S-^'-e.'^:?! ll.uo Dr. Adams, med ' 8.00 nt 1 ' 1 ^ No ' *~- ' 1( >- 00 g?««-«^HS. w p1uri;, 4.00 .72 10.00 10.00 10.00 •16.00 10.00 70.0C J,0( FuWS .P»es --*. .v. ocr -n, suppll Lumber i«—» *• J '°- t> r. Andrews P.r. Co'.,' with their parents. The Harley i«« ^"r^^'^-tin. Minn.. We,t B-en-dTu J nd:y UUer '^ t0 , Wj , £..??*.I""* Oppedahl, and Lou had visited frCL aweek *** | L e?t^ 11 L 1 , K o^ riUS - helP€d M - entertained ., , ' " ltt v i e sonpeo Marlow, with Dorothy «IS3TfiS5iSi : y &i&,",&-S™! ••!««».« wISTT WM.'ft.J'By' ES a(s«« StSSUS 0 50.00 15.00 29:80 6.93 4.3C 18.00 24.00 3.86 5.40 10.00 10.00 10.00 19.60 39.00 9.0 6.00 17.73 \w na, all. Motion -•» VOU.L nn; jj,j e permit and St. Joe, - b v ... .V^»l !». •' because lonq Pi^ rate? are lowest every ni 7M' m roved. Ayes- ail *"'«'»•• w« •• Motion by Helken and 8econd ' iT^* 1 bty. .W- ^. JHPDQN4 -to4:3QM d and a on fu HOITHWMTiW JJjf] nilFHOMi 69M r ™J

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