Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1939 · Page 6
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»am six Corwith Methodists Celebrate Lifting of Debt LAST S85 IS PLEDGED AT CEREMONIES Corwith, Jan. Si—Corwith Methodists had every reason to foci jubilant over a morning service lust week Sunday morning which celebrated the lust payment on a debt, which liad burdened the oongrega-i tion since erection of the church! building 20 years; ago. j The congregation, which filled, the church to cajxir.Uy, included a large nuuilber of homecoming families. A fesiture of the service was the Eucharist. The largest number in the history of the church partook of the Lord's Supper in reconseeratlon for the beginning of the new year. At the close of the service a processional led by the pastor and the trustees aud followed by Che congregation passed from the building to a point where an outdoor altar of sacrifice had Ibeeu erected. Paper Eluplmuls Burned. A large number of paper elephants representing various sum* which totaled the deibt had been •used, and when the servcie closed tlie entire sum had been accounted for. So the elephants] were placed on the altar, and after j demonstration of various types, o! offerings in old testament his- 1 itory. the pastor applied fire to the symbols, aud the congregation joined in singing. "Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow." Tlie congregation then ressenlb-j led to the social hall of the church' where tables had been set to full; capacity, stud a bountiful dinner, such as only old-time WHERE THE CASH CORN GOES 'ALCOHOL & DISTILLED SPIRITS 11% CORN REFINING INDUSTRY 31% EXPORTS 13% BREAKFAST^ FOODS BOUGHT BY LIVESTOCK FEEDERS CORN\ 23% MEAL and CORN FLOUR 18% 1933-1937 Five-year Average=233,000,000* bushels a year "include; imports | AJKGrlfiST buyer of cash corn is JL> the corn refining Industry, using, In the manufacture of starches, syr- Ibet-n! up8 ' sugars "-nd by-products, about SI percent of the corn that reaches the large terminal markets. Livestock feeders use about 28 Dei'ceut of the cash corn; corn meal Lnd Hour millers use 18 percent, 13 percent is exported, 11 percent IB absorbed In making alcohol aud distilled spirits and about 4 percent Is ©CORN INDUSTRIES RESEARCH fOUNDAIIOf made into breakfast foods. Athouch about nine-ten tun ul U\c total annual crop is fed to anlnuilH ou the Carui where it is grown or is exchanged between fanners to/ leading purposes, the remainder it- an important source of cash Income, with the corn redoing industry alone paying more for its corn than the farmer receives tor C>8 of the 78 different kinds of crops that art. grown. Magnus Show, Farmer North of Seneca, Dies of Dropsy ALL OVER IOWA wa s Seneca, Jon. 9 — Friends and relatives were sorry to hear of tile , . „ _, ... dealh of M ^ nus skov '' hospitality of fawn folks can .pro- northwest of Seneca, who died at. home at 11 Monday. a. m, last week ride. In the afternoon special services were .held at \vbidli messages from former pastors and absent at Sabula, Iowa, July 21, 1881, a friends were read, and (here was a son of tlhe Martin Slunvs. He iiad recounting of adventures, and the been ill for several years witJb history of the buildings used prior, dropsy and complications, to erection of the present church. 1 He was married to Kate Bogue, Description of tabernacle meetings and four children were born, Lyle, I at Elmer Hoeck's in Le Mars. Mrs. Magnus Madison Slcow was .born Mrs. Fred Johnson and Ruth John- sou, of Font Dodge, and Floyd Petersen, of Kanawia. >Viu Maple Hill Games— Seneca high school girls and boys basketball teams motored to Maple Hill Wednesday evening and won two games. Other Seneca Sews. Mr. and Mrs. Herley Hoeclc and son s,pent the fore part of tine week held i'o years ago, which lasted Fern, Joan, and Betty, all at home, j Lev! Hawbaker and son, of 331- froin February till July, were dra-jlhe latter two being students in; more, stayed at the Hoeck home matically given -by speakers. ilhe Seneca school. during their absence. ' tenau ljurial p Besld s The Cor with church consists of two former cun.grega.Uuns, the original in tuwu aud one from Fairview which served for some 25 years till the days of the horse and buggy passed and the automobile made it possible to join with the town congregation. The Fail-view church was dismantled last summer. Sunday evening the pastor, the Rev. Karl W. (J. Hiller, preached ou the paw the church is to play , in the affair* of the world in lu- the )uneral W ture. The uuly thing remaining to be done is the shelling and celling the corn raised ou the "God's Acres," which was the weans of wising the largest part of the debt. The seed for these "acres" was given by the John Mullms seed house here. FuneraJ services were held last 1 The Arthur Paulsen family, Mr. y afternoon at the Presby-! and Mrs. Irvin Classon and daugh- in Armstrong, and | ter aud Eldon, and Ivan Larsen, s made in the Armstrong j enjoyed an oyster supper at Cur- G-rove cemetery, with the Rev. H. tis Olsea's Tuesday evening. R. Irwiu officiating. JL'ldou and Ivan Larsen, of lanuly He . .. ._ Mallard, spent last week at Irvin Clas- KILLEI) BI AtTTOS last week: At Carroll, 51-year-old Matt Friedman, of Roselle, Carroll county, when his car was struck at a grade crossing by a Chicago & North- Western .streamliner . . . Near Sloan, Woodbury county, Salesman Iver Singh, 24, of Oranfl- Island, NeK wttven hie car lett flhe pave- anent and turned over ... .At Council Blu'ffs, GJacomo Caruso, 59- year-old WPA worker, of injuries received in a truck upaet October 27 ... Near Belle Plalne, Willard C. Stuff, BBilesrnan at Le Claire, when his car skidded on ice and rolled down an emlbanfcment ... A mile west of Klngsley, Plymouth county, 16-year-old Roberta Boothby, of Quimby, Cherokee county, when the car in which she was riding with five other young people upset on a curve . . . NorjBh of Sioux Center, /Cornelius Van Vel- zen, 85-year-old Sioux 'Center man, when tlhe car in which he was riding collided with another machine ... At Osceola, Mrs. W. A. Abbott, of Lainont, Buchanan county, of injuries suffered in an auto- train collision December 23 ... At Leon, 6-year-old Ray Harryman, of Des Moines, of injuries suffered in a headon auto collision 'Christmas morning. The accident was fatal to Ray's mother and 3-year-old sister and to Mr. and Mrs. George 'Cos., of Leon, who were in the other ear. SHALL IOWA SPEJTO) the recommended 13 million dollars on her four insane asylums in the next two years? "We think," cautions the Mount Pleasant PVee Press (and Mount Pleasant is the seat of one of the asylums), "that the taxpayers should look into this matter a little. There are hundreds of homes riglht here in Henry county which do not know, and never did know, the comforts and care that the state of Iowa affords the unfortunates iu our four insane asylums. Indeed, how many families in Henry county enjoy as plenteous and well-cooked meals, three times a daj r , the year around, as are served the inmates of our hospitals ? The hospitals are crowded, and so are too many private homes. The insane patients need more physicians' care. So do the homes of Henry county. There is no doubt that matters are not as we would like in our hospitals, but we make the assertion today that the great majority of the pa-, tients are enjoying more of the comforts of life, while patients, is survived by three sisters, Mrs. | sou's. Truman Classon of East Emma Petersen, of Seneca, Mrs. i Chain, spent the latter part of the t;ha11 ever ex Perieaced before. We Minnie Wiuff, of Armstrong, and: week at the Classon home merefly suggest . . . that tlhe real Mre. Charles Wilson, of Fairmont. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowi'ey spent I Iacts 1>e ascer taiued and reason be His parents and one sister Mary j several days last week witlh friends! used inste ? ld ^ fruitless and reck- I and relatives in Waterloo. ''"'""' """' Out-uf-towoi relatives attending! Mrs. Sheldon Merrill spent last e futll?raj wei- e iue Charles Wil-I week-end with relatives near Eav- sou famiily, of Fairmont, Mr. aud moud, Minn. St. BENEDICT nuts, oranges. less LONE ROCK Mr. ana Mrs. Mar.tin tiarnon, •daughter Gladys, Everett 'Getfte, all of Decoralx; Violet Larflou, Ma- Bon City; and Louis Williams, <of Wood River, 111., left ilaflt week Tuesday lor their respective homes after spendnlg since ,a week &st> Fridoy at Arthur Pi-lebe's. l»8t •week Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.; Priebe entertained in honor .of Mr., Priebe's Wrthdey. Besides itheir house guests :the following attend- 1 ed: tlhe Carl, Bd-vrard and Bay- mm , Whtttemore, Jan. fl—ftanero/l Ber- (viioes for Udmund, eon iof Mrs.! Mary McDonnell, Wiiittemore, were held at .St. Michael's 'Catholic (Church here Saturday,, HJhe Rev. .William Vett .officiating. ODdmunfl, 'Who 85, vas iborn August 14, 1903. He aDtenflea Ere- .sentation academy here. For Itofft BWrta, Ml «..„.„.„«,.,.... ff|f Walter (OtofBiaft, *»1........ *»* C, 'C. W-rtfMt *«1 <**ft H. tot Ste,phenflon, Mil etSiOO R*.y Barton, ail » 66.00 Hafdia ftttth, labor " " Joe Kelly 3r., labor Wayne, Stephnnnon, labor Adah •ttoflaon, salary Bertha XL Johnson, 'labor ...* 84.80 70.00 fl.10 Ernst Thiel, 'meter reading ..' 58.B7 H. W. iPost, freight ......... .1 «.60 Johnson Oil Refining Co., <uel oil * 858.01 Sooony-Vacuum Oil Co. time he lived at Detroit, wtoere lie lub. oil 167.58 .•was an .electrician, Then he came c. M. ;St. R & f,. fly,, freight iback to live itfith his tparents, Mr. ,on .oil ....*,.*..» 491.86 His H. W, Post, freight „..»..„ 10.87 Ry. Express Agency, express ;G5 Mrs. M, P.. McDonnell, father died three .years ago. was token ,to ,t)he local Jorum-Blossom Agency, com. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger to Bmmetsbur,g Thursday MtfCreery. hospital a week ago Sat- j iurday for ;an >operoltion for appen- Besides the mother, the follow-. Barl Bowman, labor *... 79.20 Jnf toothers and sisters .surtflre: Chester Webb, labor 80.60 Michael and Leo, Detroit; Oeles- ^aura Mitchell, SB! 65*00 tine. Chicago; Mrs. Grace 'Carvell, £ EGrooters gas 2.84 ' C1 «nrfe,i •», wo/i. i« ^n n ,-h 14n : Dick Helmers, labor «... 46.18 'JSl n £ ^ t ^ Catholic Mt ^ jjiaa^a labor 89j60 .cemetery, north ,of town. , Joe Dunn Ja bor....! „... 48.1C Vern Scobba, labor *.„ 48.88 Kruse-BloBBom, com. ins. 49.76 GENERAL. 1T7ND H. A. Van Alstyne, sal. 61.00 . Arthur Moulds, sal. .„ 55.00 9—Construction lOecfl MoQinnis, sal. 50.00 Bancroft to Have a Modern Theater T> -** T Bancroft, Jan. . , . ............ . work has been progressing more j eSBe Lashbrook, sal ...... 70.00 rapidly on e new theater for Ban- Elliot Skilling, man & team .. 31.57 croft than was expected. The east Willard Gregson, labor . ». . 18.86 and south walls qf the .old build- Oliver Bakken, labor ..... ...... 56'.96 ing were completely torn out, and Geo. Gunder, labor ....... _.._ ..... , 5438 new walls were nearly completed John Hehners, labor ................ 55.44 last week-end, A new floor was Herman Lyons, labor ........... ..... 6.55 laid, and ithe workmen were last Chas. Harvey, labor ........... + ... 6.55 week building the stage and the H. W. Post, freight ............ 2.10 front entrance. The new building' Kruse-Blossom, comp. Ins. .. 256.62 will be 20 feet longer than the old, | FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND and it will have a ineon-lighted C. C. Wright, sal ........... .... 22.50 front. A new heating system has j Algona Fire Co., services ........ 166.00 ins ...„ 177.82 WATER FUND mohd Prielbec, Ernest Prlelbe, .all .dicitis, "and he ".died last Wetoee- Harry Barton, ;sal. 65.00 of Fentun, Mr. and Mrs. -William day. Frank Ostrum, sal. 66.00 Fischer and the Delmer FlsoherB. •Mrs. RaliXh Weietrod spent Thursday afternoon wttth her .parents, Mr. and Mre. H. J. Henrlck- son, Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Prod ^Genrioh took Geraildine Leming to her school at Holsteln a week ago Monday. She had spent the week-end here. The ittfant son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marlow is ill with double pneumonia. Robert Gladstone and Shirley Marlow, students at DUbuque (University, left a week ago Monday to resume school after tlhe holidays at home. Vera Morris resumed school tea'dhiing at Gowrle, Beulah Gladstone at Swea City, and Lillian Angus at Cornell. Marjorie Voigt, Fenton, spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod. Dale Weisbrod, Fenton, spent New Year's eve there. Alice Dreyer, R. N., Fenton, is caring for Mrs. Ray Snyder, who is ill. Mr. drove evening, where the former attended a Standard Oil meeting. The Mite society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. y. V. Frye assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe attended a Mid-Continent 'banquet Thursday evening at Havelock. The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Ralph Thompson last Wednesday afternoon. A dollar was sent to the unit's adopted Iboy for his birthday, wlhich is January 1C. The next meeting will be irtih Tena Jensen. Margaret Charlson, Forest City, has been elected to teach the third and fourth grades of the local school. Mrs. Jo's. Lichter, who has been teaching, recently resigned. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich attended the county rural letter- carriers' meeting Wednesday evening at the L. E. Stevens home, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Casler were also hosts. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sinning returned last Wednesday from Storm Lake, where they visited since the previous Sunday with beem installed, and the theater will be air-conditioned. There will he 300 upholstered seats, and the floor elevation wiM Insure vieiw of the stage from every seat. There will be & large lobby and foyer in front, and the aisles will be carpeted. Mr. MoLaughlln, the manager, hopes to have the theater ready for openiuKlate in January. Gets Call to Nary. •Irvington, Jan. 9—JLe Roy, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sdheppmam who enlisted in the navy last fall, has received his call and will report in Fort Dodge at 10 a. m. January 24. He will be sent to a training camp at Great Lakes, 111. CITY BILLS Mrs. SOnning's daughter. father and his OLD PEOPLE in the news: At! Armstrong. Emmet county, death came to Peter H. Burt, 92, who came to America from Scotland in 1852 and homesteaded in Emmet county in 1865 . . . Born in Cedar Jidw. Roseumeyer Viviau IJoi'u, of Canada, arrived just be-j employed at Miller's nearly three years, was with them. Fire RIUIIS Auto Frank Schrobder attended « bas-.' ketball tournament at the high school .building Friday evening, aud when b.e returned to his car he found two back .sent un fire. Tlve blaze was soon extinguished,' but not before at had completely ruiutd the seat. What caused ilie fire is unknown. j &t'UiiHm of (,'Ia.ss of *27— Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Mau entertained lilt Iijgb .school class u! '27 aud '.he families at an oysiter stew at the M.au home last week Tuesday evening. Ul mejnbers <jJ' the class, i he following Open-Air Ax- in previous wiijters e loi opposite '.lit Meihodisi church was floo'itd with watfj- aud 3'rozeu lor jjoAid, MarKiial A. K. provided lights for night fore New Year's to visit the for- luer's mother, Mrs. Josephine Eos- A>w Q wmfn fm Cafe eumeyer. Miss Doru is the laflter's i Ledyard, Jan. y—-Mrs. Harriet gitinddaughter and the daughter of' Matzener has sold her cafe to Mr the former Ida Roseniueyer. The and Mre. Sain Smith, Woden who two will be here for some time. j have taken possession. The new J re-ue Peek, Belmond, Is spend- [ owners served free coffee and ing two weeks tit William DUD-j doughnuts Saturday. lap's. Roslee Dorr spent, last; —— ' week Monday and Tuesday -there. Mr. and Mrs. William Mayer en- teruiiiied their children and the families at New Year's dinner: Mr. end Mrs. Idasore Mayer; the Leo Hatiigs, Fraink Wolf, sons Otto, Leauder. and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Luuis G-aet^. and the f.'lair gerts, all of Wesley; and Mr. and Mrs. Urban Hoiumerding, Ren wick, daughter Anita. SWEA-EAGLE dent of Iowa City for . .. .A .resi- 60 years, Fi'eda. Bej'geeou teach at Newefll returned to last Tuesday Wi n -: morning after a holiday vacation here. and Mrs. William Barker Leo a«d Leon a Duulap were tak- eu by surprise a week ago Saturday evening, when young folks arrived. Games were played, and music was iurnished by Stella Mae Mayer and Donald Borrnann. Lunch was then served. Leo and are twins. of Algona, aad their children, of Swea City, were a week ago Sunday dinner at Carl Rath's. and Mrs. Tony Anderson and , Mrs. Albert Atwater died the other day at 95. She was the grandmother of Mrs. P. K. Wriglej', whose t huslband is the big chewing gum man of Chicago. WEEK BEFOKE LAST a 4-year- old Keosauqua girl, Jacqueline Watkins. was fatally burned when she played at stuffing paper into a heating stove, and last week el- most identical circumstances were responsible for the death of another 4-year-old, Louise Vandervoort, of Reasnor, Jasper county. The little victim's mother received severe hand and arm burns in trying to extinguish the flames. TWO lOWAJfS DIED In tree mishaps last week. At Bellevue 30-year-old Raymond Blitgen was killed when struck .by a falling tree on a government clearing project near Belle-vile. Near Wo±J ,^^ iC ^' :!"1^- ^?^^-^ Herman Nordman, the of Mrs. Anderson's par- M - Mrs. Albert Ellman, of Wis., visited last week lo j-tiuru iu a mouth, UK rielativfct and frituds Other >/uier and i'Stul'lick, Mason City, spent io .°-i. • i week Sunday will) their respective I guests witli the paj-ents here. Mrs. Harold near ^ last were a week ago Sunday dinner DOAN The Aid meets with Mrs. Petra Larson this week Thursday, Mrs. Ellen Johnson assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Theo M. Franzen and Mrs. Theo J. Franzen, all of West Union, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at A. J. and Wm. J. Martinet's. Mrs. John Seefeld, Algona, was at her eon Leander's last week Wednesday. The children were sick with colds. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson, of Hartley, spent last week Sunday and Monday with the latter's cousin, Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek. The Woman's club met with Viva Hoover Wednesday. Roll call was on Italy, and the oiigin of rugs was discussed by Agatha Hansen, •types of rugs by Hazel Larson, and rug making in the home toy Marv Young. Algona, Iowa, Dec. 15, 1938: The City Council met in adjourned session, with the mayor and all of the members present. Ordinances No. 257 and No. 258 were passed. Motion passed to extend the electric line from the Mary Thompson corner east to Banwarts, and from the Zimmerman property east to Helmers. A motion was passed that "No Kite Parking" signs be placed on electroliers on State St. from Thorington to Jones St. Appropriating Ordinance No. 490 was passed. ELECTRIC FUND U. Pollard, sal. .......is. $139.20 . Sanders. Mr. and Mrs-. Theo Plathe and returned tome last I , ! small .. . , i sar and her daughter Marlene , ,, Mrs. VteudaJJ Jioyiand, Sibley; spent Wednesday aud Thursday at i week F " da - v aftt J' a four weeks " Mitchell, Lwter liwmstet-' McKenua's, and Mr. and Mrs piovd i ''*? t0 Cam ° rni a- J "" ' * - " ' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McElwell were guests at Henry Stammer's . j , 1 J I •• - - - ( - _ ., , v." v -•.* ^ . Cl JJ V ilj I K. J.' JV t U ter J-ujnald Lean. (.Ijiford Meyers,-Anderson were there last week a ltd ij<rU)-^t r Olawt. 'J'he rest of the Sundav. ijj Truman, Minn., Friday. William Schrewsbury, of Fresno, -Calif, visited at John Jongberg's and Ernii Larson's last week Monday. Mr. Schrewsbury owns a i,.-,, " " —-— -- A'w*-«.^ \ »> a«rjj JJ.VL Btai.yji ai itiy i j , " cBHO, 3.Q.O. aid Oxley, a ud Kuth Chambers, of i parish hall was attended bv some Jiad been iu Cbic aeo attending a I ./W- C. rl.'j'fj I < .L-> I"l.,.r1.- »i..,.l, -. .,!_• ! -. r- , . • WJJJ.V ,, .. r , ... ^ i „ _ <:'veujn;< was ispeut at Chinese <;hi-<;Jf('jrs and iu rc-ad-in^ Jatters l'r<juj uj.emberK of the class, which maintains a round-robin series of letters. The letters were from the Arends. following absent mejulbers: J>on- The John Arends spent New V«ir's with the Arend sisters and Harold Uockfes ai Algcina. This e J'atuily gathering for the A pany (when not stated) at the , A;igeles; JJuyle Duckett, Chi<:ago; Mrs. Dujacau May, formerly " K Keith, ], 00 persons. There will be other party next .Sunday c- Th<: Kf ***"»* drove to convention. nM 1J. Miss Chaw- week Tuesday evening Ji >' e W J tbiu a| MJ ' S - """''Kel'K'n an other, but uei- i Charles and Clarence of the other till the fact was revealed i;j round-robin letter«. The Legion Auxiliary wet last week last! sons last former's mother, Mrs. M'cJireen, were Tliere was a large gathering of eek Tuesday at the f>eglan cJubj relatives and friends at John Arn- 'oowus. Mrs. Jeiiwie KJJsworth! dorfer's Thursday evening in hon- eerved as secretary, Thursday evening in hon- Jor- or of John's brother Joseph of gensou aud Klhel Jieers gave re- North Dakota, who was visiting ,«,,-.««„ r»,..i«,.™.« ..... „,,,„........ I on Christuias treats for shut- aud of tue Cnrt'itmas in parity for .Legion familiee. The J><juis (Jallowaye returned last week Monday from Liaeville, where they spent the holidays witu Mr. Galloway's parents, Mr. und Mrs. M. P. (Jal)oway. Mrs. f^ewis Lar^n, Mrs. Harry Caldwc-11, and Ike latter'e daugli- ter are visitiug Mrs. Forrest Chambers at L'uiversily city, MO., another daughter. Auending . Mr. and Mrs UNION Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cross entertained the Charles Geilenfelds and Hudolph Wills at supper last week Tuesday, and the evening wae spent at cards, followed by lunch. Mi', and Mrs. Stephen Tjaden' plan to move January 15 to Mason City, where Mr. Tjaden has obtained employment in a. greenhouse. They were at Mason City a bridegroom of late November, was crushed against a building, when a chain around a tree he was' cutting slipped, and the tree fell the wrong way. IT'S BEEN BONE at other college.?, and now Coe college, Cedar Rapids, will have a liquorless night club, to be known as tfoe Kohawk club. With quar- it will offer gather for •_ f, . JDithe men * students a place to dancing, other entertainment and food (again, no liquor), all at moderate cost. A sophomore, George Masterson, is in charge. FOLLOWING DECISION of the board c-f supervisors to discontinue its maintenance, the Ringgold county farm has been rented to a local farmer, J. Lyle, on a cash and grain-share basis. During the last six years the county farm has had an average of eight inmates and has shown an average annual loss of $2,368. AT M'ASHIKGTOJf, I). C., a radio commentator asked 10-year-old Mary Gwynne, daughter of Iowa's representative John Gwynne, her recommendations for the 7&th congress. Aged Lakotan Dies of a Heart Attack Lakota, Jan. 9—Bartus Jansen 72, suffered a heart attack while tie was going up town Thursday morning to get the mail. He fell in the street south of the bank, and was picked up and taken home, but soon died. He had for some years been in poor health. His wife, five daughters, and three sons survive. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Sunday. 1930, when it was 37 years old. AT KJiD OAK Mr s . L M. Blnns, 61, won a beautiful auto in a contest. After her daughter had rushed in and told her the good news. Mrs. Binns suffered a stroke and died. FltOM JULY 1 t« December 1, Iowa farmers received benefit pay laents totaling $7.486,151. Only lexas and Oklahoma farmers received more. LEAKJT FROM AMEHI€AX BOT MAGAZINE Many famous athletes in all sports credit much of their success to playing tips and suggestions received from sports articles tarried m THE AMERICAN BOY Magazine. of THE replfed, "that if there are any bad bills they should be voted down." RELEASED PROM the Eldora training school the other day, 18- yearlold Veverne Lorraine, Clar. , ., • . • '• — *~>~. *u**j nviv m j»itfeoii i^iry , , --*^ «.v*H«^t & , v^mj- Maunce Dalley, their son, John! one day last week and rented an' loD ' broke into a Farmers eleva- A TfiH/1 rtm II Vll* r±n \*n \,nr. *«•_ ... j '..„.. i . . . _ **** w^s« (*«^ i —»•.__» ^ -. _ j. _ j * . .- . _._ Areud. daughter Wilma, Mr. and Mrs, L*o J^udwig, Henry Arndorfer, August JJuBchka.'Mr. aud Mrs. Al Ikhsenmeyer, Edw. Itosc-umeyer, aud Vivian Dora, went was cards. The entertain- apartmeut. Mrs. Tjaden was hon' Children of the parish school re- „.. cc-Jved the annual Christinas treats] ter _ .^ ou Three Holy Kings' day from th^ City, and the son 'ee at a shower at her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph WJnkel returned to their home at Morrte, 111., after spending the holidays at Mrs. Mame Winkel's. The daugh- George of ° Kev Father Kramer, who gave t-acu of them a package of candy, more, and his family were at Christmas time. tor service station within 24 hours and stole a. small sum. Now he's in Anamosa to serve a 10-year sentence for breaking and entering. ITS HABD TO bellere but Iffs supposed to be a fact that the Otto Sanders family of near Waukon is mourning the death of a 45-year- old goose. Mrs. Sanders, who raised the fowl from a gosling, i says that 5t continued to lay until ~--*« **w i oilers auvic from a coach or player. Football basketball, baseball, track, tennis"' in fact, every major sport is covered in fiction and articles *3£&^£S^"*££ ture, exploration, Bports, humor rlyang, science, travel, detecting animals, are well represented to stirring stories THE AMERICAN BOY sells on all newsstands at 15c a copy. Subscription prices are f 1.50 for one year or $3.00 for three years To subscribe simply send your name address and remittance to THP AMERICAN BOY, 7«0 Se2S Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 14(eow) DEPOSIT FUND A. & Grooters, et al, refund deposit ...< „.... 10.00 SEWER FUND Kruse-Blossom, comp. his. .. 5.66 POOL FUND Kruse-Blossom, comp. ins. . 8.21 Dee. 29th: The City Council met in regular session with the mayor and the following members present: Hawcott, Harris, Kohlhaas, Overmyer, White. Absent, Huenhold. A cigarette permit was granted to Anna Shipley. The following appropriating ordinance N.o. 491 was passed. ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND C. U. Pollard, sal. „.... 75.00 Leo Bellock, sal _ _... 70.00 F. C. Dailey, sal. „.„.. 70.00 Tom Halpin, sal. 67.50 Walter Gorman, sal 67.50 H. E. Stephenson, sal. 65.00 Ray Barton, sal 65.00 C. C. Wiright, salary ..„ 42.50 Harold Roth, labor 52.80 Joe Kelly, labor 38.40 Adah Carlson, saL _ , 70.00 General Elec, Co., mdse. 5.00 Pep Mfg. Co., mdse 3.44 Jas. P. Marsh Corp., mdse L21 Globe Mach. Co., mdse. 69.31 A. Y. McDonald Mfg Co., radse _..* 47. 86 West-Sand-Banum Co., mdse. 103.95 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 14.41 Carter Waters Corp., fuel oil 377.64 C. M: St P. & P. Ry. freight.. 517.80 Itasco Alloy Co., mdse. 9.87 . ..... . Elect Sup. Co., mdse ........ ____ 240.44 Malleable Range Co., mdse ..... 214.28 West Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. 23.23 Addressograph Co., mdse. .„. 3.13 Matt Parrott Co., mdse. _______ 20.12 Rem. Rand Inc., mdse ......... 199.72 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 27.72 and laundry , ^ • ins..;;";;; * express. M H. N. w» JOBIJ -uq., service Cr**oo-tMon BUee. Co., sicns F. 'B. Norton * Son, mdse KobthMt ft SbilleB, mdse fikelljr Oil Co., gas & O i'i Harris Bros, eta,, gas & <*U ...,..,........<.. O. Ml Erickson, refuna Koisuth Motor Co., mdse Advance Publish. Co., mdse General Fund, tranfer ... jji « », « WATER FUNtT C. U. Pollapfl, sal Harry Barton, sal. """" Laura Mitchfell, sal. ...^ '" Frtok Ortr.um, sal .... " IDarl Bowman, labor .' Buffalo Meter Co., mast""" Neptune Meter Co., mdse. "" Globe. Mach. Co., mdse Am*oanPdry&MfgCo., Kennedy ft Parsons Co.. W,0s Allen Mfg. Co., ' Uw , Laing ft Muckey, mdse. George Holttbauer, mdse. "" F. 8. Norton ft Bon, mdse Tom Frankl, gas ft oil Skelly Oil Co., gas ft oil H. W/Post, freight .... Kossuth Motor Co., iepairs GENERAL FUND H. A. Van AUtyne, sal. Arthur Moulds, sal .. * Cecil McGlnniB, sal. ...J.'""'" KohlhaM ft Spilles, mdse Mrs. Karl WlUasson, mdse. ~ N. W. Bell Tele. Co., servce " Tom Frankl, gas ft oil ' Koacuth Motor Co., repairs Alphonse L«nslng, rent ...." Jess Lashbrook, sal. ... Elliott SkllUng, man ft team Willard Gregson, man & team George Gunder, labor . Oliver Bakken, labor „ '"' John Helmers, labor _ Herman Lyons, labor ,..".~" Don Bronjord, labor ...^ Chas. Harvey, labor Dick Helmers, labor '" Ryner Helmers, labor ....... Vern Scobba, labor .. ^.'. Roy McVay, man ft team.!! W. A. Richardson, painting .. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. The Chrischilles Store, mdse. Walsh ESectric Co., mdse..... Kohlhaas ft Spilles, mdse. Thorpe Wd ft Iron Wks, mdse Kent Motor Co., repairs K. & H. Oil Co., gas ft oil"".' Harris Bros., gas. ft oil Dutch's SupeiService, gas & oil _.^,-. ...„ Chas. Heard, labor .1... . Algona U. D. M., printg ."!."! Mrs. O. Anderson, refund license _ Dr. Sawyer, rent „.._ Mrs. A, M. Collinson, sal. ". Bert Whitmarsh, care dump Water .Fund, water exten. Geo. Holtzbauer, mdse. .. Adv. Publish. Co., print .'. C. W. Storms, state auditor, checking „ SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary FIRE MAINTENANCE C. Wright, sal. Greenberg Auto. Sup. mdse. Algona Fire Co., service ..._ Skelly Oil Co., gas Advance Pub. Co., printing' DEPOSIT FUND M. C. Sailings, refund Wjm. Winters et al, refund ".. C. F. SPECHTJ Ma Attest: ADAH CARLSON City Clerk. DIET HDD I'M" [ SEDAN! DEUV Again THE NATION'S LARGEST BUILDER OF TRUCKS Brings You Higher Quality Trucks At Lower Prices THREfJ QUART! TON! FAMOUS VALVI-IN. HIAO nilCK INGINI • POWUFUL HYOtAUUC TIUCK UAKIS • MASSIVI NIW MJKEM. UNI TIUCK STYLING • . . COUH-TYH CAtS . . . VASTLY IMnoVID VISIMUTV • FULL.FLOATING tEAl AXLE Availabl* en Heavy Duty medtlt only. • Chevrolet's unequaled truck vol. ume naturally enables Chevrolet to give you unequaled truck value. • Cbwolet trucks for 1939 are offered at the few* prices ever quoted on trucks of such outstanding quality. • Chevrolet's famous Valve-m-Head Iruck Engine brings you an un. matched combination of power, reliability and economy. • Chevrolet trucks are the only trucks m the entire low-price field RACKg A CENttAt MOTORS VALUE jg YOU! JQCM CHIVMtEf D£Al£| THf TH*IFT-CA*llti*S FOR THi NATION Kossuth Motor C rrw Av«-Mm«. M ._ — T >^^^^ FBED FtAJG, tone Bock BARRY'S BORIS BEST FISHES GAJIAGU, '^

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