Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1939 · Page 3
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COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. ftM.fi 0 an FaimliesaTWeslgy Mrfll . Another such week ago Sat- City. The party Attend^ were Henry , loses FBther- tin Alne was . called to week Monday night f the death of heMather, efte, who had been an E "years. He was 71, and Iin Norway, coming to In 1895. His wife and five I arrive. The funeral was iardenClty Thursday. will be j Shower [.nuptial shower Are You Moving March First? The Advance will give you good service if you fill in this blank now. Old Address: Name. Street. City New Address: Name- Street. City and State Use this blank if your name is misspelled, or any other correction is necessary. Remember the old address is as important to us as the new address. the first of the year, is now owner, and he had a epecial opening Saturday. Other Lit Verne. Mr. and Mrs. De Rae Godfrey were nt Hutnboldt last week Monday evening to attend a post-nuptial shower for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ewy at the Yeoman hall. Mrs. Bwy was Prances Johnson previ- Any Consumer falling to i>ay any WHHRBAS, heretofore the custom- repairs — 26.10 account for electricity furnished by «f has either paid for a tneter fur-1 Brady Transfer & Storage, the City to said consumer, on or be- nished by the City or rented.one from | freight _ .65 fote the 20th of the month following the City at his option, with the re-; Wm. Dehnert, labor .70 the month In which sftld account be- suit that many of the meters Installed C. S, Johnson, mdse. _ 3.67 comes due, shall be denied further are the property of the consumers of C. P. Specht, abstract 8.00 service by the City and said service electricity and water, and many oth- Matt Parrott & Sons, mdse. 20.96 shall be discontinued, In the event er meters are the property of the City Algona > Upper Des Molnes, that service Is discontinued because of Algona, and ous to her marriage February of said non-payment, said consumer ' WHS0BBA8, It now becomes neces- Dr. Sawyer, rent 25.00 In addition to payment of all sums sary to establish a policy whereby the Mrs. A. M. Colllnson, salary 20.00 due for service rendered, shall make City shall purchase such meters as Bert Whltmarsh, care of a guarantee deposit as provided In are now owned by the consumers, dump 26.00 Section Three of this Ordinance be-1 NOW THKR.J3FaRE B'E IT IMS- Advance Pub. Co., printing __ 26.01 fore service Is resumed. 1SOCVE5TJ BY TUB OITiY COUN1CH/ Lalng & Muckey, mdse. 3.93 Section Three. That each consumer O'B 1 THE CITY OF ArXTONA, IOWA, | SBWIDR FUND making application for electric ser- That the City of Algona, Iowa, on vice for an Individual residence shaill, and after the first day of March, 1939, upon making such application, pay to shall furnish without coat to Its con- the City Clerk of the City o£ Algona, sumers of electricity and water all Iowa, the sum of Five Dollars ($5.00) meters used In measuring such elec- to be held by said City as security trlclty ana water, and shall maintain " ... those meters without cost to the consumers except where repair Is mode •i for all sums due or to become due the ' City from said consumer; said sum j C. U. Pollard, salary 12.50 FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND 1 Algona Fire Co., service 224.00 Harry Barton, salary 22.50 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. , Kossuth Oil Co., service Ralph Elbert, Inspection „-.,! , , . ~ -. . ."-. * uuy irom Ham consumer; »tuu ou'in auiuum UAUUH*- wnuiu iuiJM.n in mtwj Advance Pu.h Pn ' nrintinir (incline was a school mate of Mrs. ip SS any sums duo the City of Algona, rfecessary due to damage caused by -"^""•'"•« jjjgpQgi-,' FUTNO " Arthur Ward, refund Arthur Ward, refund Oscar Hentges, lefund Godfrey. Iowa, from said consumer shall be the carelessness or neglect of the con- •Clrclp No 3 of fhA MothnrlUt Alrt refunded to the party pay.lreg the aumer. Damage to water meters due K-d ?»n ui i i i.T_j ji aa - mc . or to hlB assigns, on demand to freezing or to hot water passing natt a Washington birthday dinner w]len suo h party ceases to be a con- . through such meters shall be consld- Oacar Hentees refund at the community hall Wednesday sumer. ered as having been caused by negll- Q R am us refund evening. The attendance was 60, That each consumer making appll-1 gence, and any repairs made neces- — - -- ' and a program was followed by Chinker-Chek. Mr. and Mrs. Ilay Stone, Mr. and Mrs. J. b. Lichty, and A. b. er than In an Individual private residence shall, upon making such appll- catoln, pay to the City clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, a sum equal to . - • , , the amount estimated by said City were at Webster City Wednesday clerk to become duo for the use of to attend a rural letter carriers' such service during a period of two flk'frlrt rnnvontlnn months; said sum less any sums due district convention tho ^ t of Algona Jowa _ from sa id Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sanders consumer shall be refunded to the were at Fort Dodge Wednesday to party paying the same, or to his as- attend a banquet and school of in- •|£««. on demand when such party That each consumer making appll- gence, and any repairs made neces- pi oy d Pierce refund cation for electric service for use oth- sary by reason of such damage shall Meeting adjourned I RICH POINT pre- six to to,* Mrs. Time Loe. Mary EMers, who waa I last July- she has I at the Benton cafe - 1 " [tut leaves March 4 foden. Fin Prevalent— Eases of colds and flu In reported. Among vlc- iMrs. Agatha Haverly, Mrs. I Johnson, Shirley Meurer, Daughn, and Vivian IStuder, Seal Sales Reported,. Pflffer announced that Seal sales here totaled ...h $2'expense. The bal|$37,20 has been forward- county chairman at Al- ir. Downs Family— [was born to Mr. and Mrs. Iwns Wednesday at the •hospital, Algona, the first s. Downs is Elaine, the f of Mr. and Mrs. Alt Stu- Jene on Juries— With Ward and Mrs. Viola lave been drawn for petit at the March term of let court at Garner. PORTLAND F, B, WOMEN STUDY FEEDING SICK Portland Twp. Feb. 27 — Mrs. Ray McWhorter was hostess at an all-day Farm Bureau women's home project meeting Wednesday conducted by Mrs. Ruth Seaton- Hicke, the county home demonstration agent. The lesson was on| Mrs. Russell Walker spent last diets for the sick, and four trays j week Tuesday and Wednesday with were prepared, one for a liquid her "parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh soft diets, and one The S. J. Devines were taken by surprise last week Monday evening, when neighbors and other friends arrived for a farewell party. The evening was spent at visiting, and the Devines were sented with a farewell gift. The Irvlngton Farm Bureau met Friday evening at the Frank Capesius home. Harry Felten Is moving to the Ella bewls farm, and the Jos. Met- illes are moving to Galbralth. diet, two for for a convalescent's diet. The,, food was appetizing and at- Ranoy. The Plum Creek club will meet at Mrs. George Kain's this week tractive in appearance, also in Wednesday, and J. D. bowe will sampling, as some of the healthy j give an address on conservation. women in attendance can confirm. ,— The menu for dinner includeld baked 'potatoes, creamed round steak, buttered carrots, pear salad, whole wheat sandwiches, prune pie, and coffee. Mrs. Hicks, at the piano, played for Barceuse bullaby and Over the Summer Sea, which the women sang, through they were too well filled up with sick room food to make beat use of their soprano ind alto voices. After some practice two music memory records were played. Attending from Burt township were Mesdames Earl Ackerman, R. W. Black, Ralph Steward, and Robert Ackerman; and from Portland, Mesdames W. J. Stewart, MANY MOVES ARE REPORTED AT LO VERNE structlon men. for Standard Oil sales- Good Hope Farm Sold. Good Hope, Feb. 27—flThe Earl Taylors have become permanent residents of the Good Hope community through purchase of the be charged to the consumer. That the City of Algona shall offer to purchase from its consumers all electric and water meters now owned by said consumers and shall pay tho to be a consumer. Said deposit upon application to bo refunded at any time after five years . uwiji from the time said deposit Is made G cne ral Electric Types 1-30 Hugh Herman farm, on which they n n agreement to use eleotric current have lived for the last several years. The deal was completed two weeks ago at $110 an acre. CITY BILLS February 9. 1939. The City Council met In adjourned session with all members present. A petition was filed asking for an election on a municipal airport. Committee composed of Huenhold, Overmyer and Harris waa appointed to investigate probable cost. Ordinance No. 259 was passed. OBOTNANICE NO. 259 AN ORDINANCE REPEtALTNTG ORDINANCE NO. 234 OF THE CITY OF ALiGONA, IOWA, AND BSTAB- L19HiIiNG RATES, - RlUlUES, AND REGULATION'S FO'R T!HiE GOVERNMENT OF BLECTiRlIC LIGHT CONSUMERS AND OTHERS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OIF T>HE CITTY OF ATJGOINA, IOWA, AND PROVIDING FO'R A GUAiRANTElE FUND. BE IT ORDATNIED B<Y THE CITY COUNCIL OF TI-IE OITY O'F ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That Ordinance No. 234 of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same Is hereby repealed. Section Two. That all electric current furnished by the City of Algona, Iowa, to consumers shall be supplied provided that at no time during the five years Immediately preceding the date of said application has the consumer failed to pay any account duo the City from him before the same became delinquent. Section Four. Bach consumer of electric current for power must sign for power for one year at least, and the party so falling to use electric current for one year for power shall pay to the City of Algona, Iowa, as liquidated damages in addition to the amount due and payable for electric current furnished, the minimum rate per month for the months the consumer failed to use electric current for power during said year. Any consumer of current for power changing location shall pay to the City of Algona, Iowa, the cost to the City of making said change. Section Five. This Ordinance In accordance with law shall take effect and be in full force from and after Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this »th day of February, 1939. ADAH CARILSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa Approved by me this 9th day of February, 1939. C. F. SPTDOHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa The following bills were allowed: APPROPRIATING OfRIDINIANCE NO. 494 ELECTRIC FUND C. U. Pollard, salary $ 75.00 Leo Bellock, salary 70.00 F. C. Dalley, salary 70.00 Tom Halpin, salary 67.50 Walter Gorman, sallary 67.50 H. E. 'Stephenson, salary G 5 - 00 R. S. Barton, salary 65.00 C. C. Wright, salary 65.00 following prices for said meters. EyijBCTRIC METERS For all metfirs purchased since January 1, 1938, the full amount paid for said meters. •For all single phase meters purchased frdhi the City prior to January 1, 1938, the amount to be paid shall be determined from the following schedule: ~ " — n.trln Tvnea 1-30 7.50 and 1-20 Duncan Meeting adjourned to March 16, 1939. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Thousand Dollars (160,000.00) fo* the purpose of acquiring, imprpy* ing and equipping a Municipal Airport, all as provided by Chapter 303-d of the code of Iowa? That said public measure will be submitted on ballots to be used at said election. (For an affirmative vote upon the question submitted mark a cross (X) In the space after the word "Yes".) (For a negative vote make a similar mark. In the space after the Word The' voting places for said election will be as follows: First Ward—Legion Hall. • Second Ward—Kent Motor Company. .... Third i M House, i'™. Fourth Ward—City Hall. Polls of said election will be opened at eight o'clock a, m. and closed at eight o'clock p. m. of said day. In witness whereof, I, C. F. Specht, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, „, have hereunto set my hand this 25th 'l3 day of February, 1939. 5.W C. F. SPfEOHT, 5.00 Mayor of tho City of Algona, Iowa. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. 24-26 I Ward—Third Ward School 83.00 13.37 2.38 2.62 4.87 OFFICIAL PUHLICATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC MIDAlSUlRIB TO BE SUBMITTED TO T1HE ELECT- OiRfl OIF THE CITY CTF A'LGOiNA, IOWA, AT THE NEXT RIE3OULAR MU'NIICIPAJj ELECTION OF SAID CITY TO BE HELD ON THE 27TH DAY OF MAiROI-1, 1939. To All Whom It May Concern: 'Notice is hereby given that where~MP .......... 7.50 as on the 23rd day of February, 1939, AVII. „__ -------- ^'^ of Q pft^.ln,. .virt^Hr,^ n f *l,o rMttr - „__ Westlnghouse Typo CA ______ General Electric Type 1-16 ___ Sangamo Type HC __________ Duncan Type MD _______ Westlnghouse Types OC OB and General Electric Type 1-14 J U W tl, \.U tjUlJOU.l»lCi a Oil tut. ui- BU£.r£***wu - - - - _, I * , " ~ ~ —n nt\ through meters and the rate to each Adah Carlson, salary 70.00 consumer (said rate includes Iowa Harold Roth, labor 52 t SO Sales Tax except as to current fur-. Joe Kelly, labor 3S.-M) nished -farm lines and as otherwise Bertha Johnson, labor d.W) Ernest Thlel, meter reading __ ilectlon In March— I directors are to be elect- lay, March 13, to succeed IKraus and Mrs; Myrtle lYacation Is Planned— I Mrs. R, B Hopkins are ihls week Wednesday Mar. 1 vacation In Florida. (her Wesley TVews. I Mrs, Victor Loeblg won fclly score at a bridge parlay night given by Mr. and Bis Goetz. Mr. and Mra. Aldrlch won :on prize. a George L. Haverly entertained Ige club Thursday, and n Porburger won high. Studer won travel. Mra. ;, new member, will en- 'arch 9, , Kraus entertained the llub Thursday. Mrs. Fred ] entertained the Priscllla Wednseday, Mrs. Esther Mating. M Mrs. Prank Blelch ac- led'Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Stilson to Minneapolis Tuesday on a business e Welhousen, sister of Eden and Everett Slep- married at Titonka Wed|and Mr. and Mra. Eden at- Mrs. R, K. Richardson Burt last week Monday wending a monthly meetr "trlet osteopathic, group, Mrs, H. H. Piom Jr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease at|». recent Legion-Auxiliary P* at Des Molnes. [wing employed at Mason lav w»* Thursday night n,£ lth * er Parents, Mr, Tony Jandl, C. E. Slgshee, F. A. Rlngsdorf, M. E. Larsen, Victor Applegate, and Martin Becker. Naval Youth Heard From— In a recent letter from Ralph Bristow, who is In the navy, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow, aald that the U. S. fleet of which his ship Is part wus to spend three weeks at Trinidad, near, the South American coast, but was expected back on the Pacific, coast in April. County Federation to Meet- Mrs. George Lanning, president of the Portland Progress club, urges members to attend a county federated meeting at the Titonka Methodist church next week Tuesday. It will open at 10 a. m., and a. 25c luncheon at noon will be served, followed by a program. Meat Cookery Is Studied— •Mrs. Martin- Larsen and Mrs. Bernard Phelps gave a follow-up lesson on mealt cookery at the Larsen home on Valentine's day. The meat was a standing rib roast, and it was a tender cut. Hoy laid up by Accident— Dwane Metzger, grandson of Mr. and Mra. Herman Leek, suffered a broken ankle when a pony fell on him Wednesday. Lu Verne, Feb. 27—Moving time is here again, and following are some of the moves in this locality: Mrs. Arthur Penton, to St. Benedict, where she has bought a home. The Roy Guys, to the farm vacated by Mrs. Penton. The Arthur Krauses, to the farm two miles east of Irvington they purchased from the Weber estate. Fred Zweifel, to the Fred Eden farm, east of the Vernon consolidated school. F. E. Fett, to a farm ha purchased south of Hanna. provided) shall be as follows: LIGOST BIATES First -10 Kw. hrs. per month per Kw. hr. 7V4o Next CO Kw. hrs. per month per Kw. hr. BVaO Next 300 Kw. hrs. per month per Kw. hr. 6V4o All over 400 Kw. hrs. per month, per Kw. hr. <° A discount of 25 per cent on the above rates will be allowed If paid on 24.94 69.40 2.51 268.72 or before the 20th of tne month in which the account becomes due. Minimum charge of 75c per .month on which there is no discount. K , v SIGN RATES - SEPARATE METER R y For each Kw. hr. per month per Kw. hr. 3%c A discount of, 25 per cent on the above rates will be allowed If paid on or before the 20th of the month In H. W. Post, freight H. W. Post, freight C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight WATER FUND C. U, Pollard, salary 25.0C Harry Barton, salary 42.5C Earl Bbwman, labor 52.8( Frank Ostrum, salary 65.0( Laura Mitchell, sallary 55.0( Don Palmer, labor 8.3: Dick Helmers, laibor 4.95 Vern Scobba, laibor WATER FUND Ryner Helmers, laibor 6.51 w w. Post, freight •___ 15.71 7.01 GENERAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 61.0C Cecil McGInnls, salary 50.0C which the account becomes 1 due. Minimum charge of 75o per month, on which there Is no discount. OPTIONAL, RATES — RESIDENCES First 50 Kw, ONLY hrs. per month per Othor Portland. Measrs. and Mesdames Gottlieb Hanselman, to the Mason estate house he purchased in town. Henry Miller, to the Fritzemeier farm, vacated by Arthur Krause. Clarence Krause, to a farm two miles east of town which he purchased. Harry Christensen, to the Fritzemeier farm vacated by Clarence Krause. Edwin Marty, Algona, to the Christensen place. The McGuires back to the farm vacated by the Bentleys. The Bert Sankeys, to Garner. James Troutman, to Woodward. The Rushers, to the Meyer & Troutman farm, The Harold Nellsons, to the farm where the Rushers lived. Arthur Geilenfeldt, to Garner. Charles Hanselman Jr., to the Hanselman farm where the Gellen- feldts lived. Marenus Hanson, to Algona. Arthur Moulds, salary 55.0 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 70.0 ESllott Sklllins, man and team 23.1 C. E. Kw. hr. 7c All over 50 Kw. hrs. per month per Kw. hr. _ 3° A discount of 25 per cent on the above rates will be allowed if paid on or before the 20th of the month In which the account becomes due. The consumer must sign a yearly contract to pay a minimum charge of $2.75 per month, on which there is no discount. , This raite applies to individual residences only. OPTIONAL, RlATE-S — APAKTMENT HOUSE First 40 Kw. hrs. per apartment per month per Kw. hr. To AM over 40 Kw. hrs. per apartment per month per Kw. hr. .3c A discount of 25 per cent on the above rates will be allowed If paid on or before the 20th of the month in which the account becomes, due. Minimum charge of 12.00 per apartment per month, with no discount. This rate applies to apartment houses with all apartments on one meter. COMMEIROIAL, BEAT AND RE', FR'IGEBiATION RATES First 100 Kw. hrs. per month per KW. hr. : --.5° All over 100 Kw. hrs. per month •per Kw. hr. 3° WJllard Gregson, man and team 17.5 Oliver Bakken, labor 33.4 Geo. Gunder, laJbor 34.6o John Helmers, labor 33.1 Herman Lyons, labor 5. Chas. Harvey, laibor 5.2 Kermit Burtis, laibor 5.2 Dick Helmers, laibor 3.! Ryner Helmers, labor 3.30 5.00 | 2.00: 2.00 2.00 1.00 Sangamo Type H Wostinghouse Type OA All others For all poiyphase meters purchased rom the City prior to January 1, 938, the price to be paid shall be de- ermlncd by the date of purchase and y using as a base, the cost to the 'Ity on March 1, 1939, of a. meter of qual rating. On this basis the pi-ice hall be as follows: 'Percent of iBase Date or Purchase Cost to Be Paid anuary 1, 1934, to December 31, 1937 75 per cent anuary 1, 1929, to December 31, 1933 50 per cent anuary" 1, 1919, to December 31, 1928 25 per cent 'rior "to"january"l, 1919 10 per cent WATEIR METERS For all water meters purchased ince January 1, 1938, the full amount aid to the City for such meters. iFor all water meters purchased rom the City prior to January 1, 1938, ho price shall be detemined by the ate of purchase, and by using as a >ase for "Trident" meters the cost to he City on March 1, 1939, of a new •Trident" meter equal size and for all other meters the cost to the City )f a new "Niag" meter of equal size. On this basis the price to be paid ihall be as follows: Percent of Base Date of Purchase Cost to Be Paid January 1, 1934, to December 31, a regular meeting of the City j'oo Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, r/00 tho following Resolution was duly s'dO passed by the City Council of said ' , City, to-wit: RESOLUTION NO. 1 WHEREAS, on the 23rd day of February, 1939, there was filed In the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, and with the Council of said City a Petition petitioning the Mayor and city Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, to submit to the electors of the City of Algona, Iowa, at the next regular municipal election of said City to be held on the 27th day of March, 1939, a public measure substantially as follows: "Shall the City of Algona, Iowa, levy annually a special tax of not exceeding one and one-fourth mills <per annum upon the taxaiblo property within said City for a period of not more than twenty years, the collection of which Is to be anticipated by the issuance of airport bonds not exceeding Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) for the purpose of acquiring, Improving and equipping a Municipal Airport, all as provided by Chapter 303-cl of the Code of Iowa?" AND WHEREAS, said petition was signed by 331 qualified electors of the City of Algona, Iowa, equal In number to twenty-five per cent of those who voted at the last regular municipal election of said City of Algona, Iowa. NOW THEREFORE, Be It resolved , by the City council of the City o£ Algona, Iowa, that at the next regular municipal election of the City of Algona, Iowa, to be held on the 27th day of March, 1939, the following put>in™ 7»"ner cent H°~ measure, to-wlt: "Shall the City JanuaFr~l7"§_97"to"~De£em ; bor' a - of Alsona ' Iowa " levy ..annually a 1933 50 per cent January 1, 1919, to December 31, 1928 25 per cent Prior to January 1, 1919 10 per cent BE IT FURTHER R1ESOLV- epeclal tax of not exceeding one and one-fourth mills per annum upon the taxable property within said City for a period of not more than twenty years, the collection of which Is to be ED" Thatlhis offer of purchase shall anticipated by the issuance of airport IP in effect for a 'nerlod of six months bonds not exceeding Fifty Thousand from and after its passage an™ that Dollars ($50,000.00) fnr th. ™,™n Bfi ,,f each owner of an electric or water meter desiring to sell the same to the City of Algona, shall, before the expiration of the six month period, execute on a proper for.m a bill of sale for said meter and shall file with the City clerk of Algona, Iowa, a claim in the amount to be paid. After verification of ownership and original ..... . for the purpose of acquiring, Improving and equipping a Municipal Airport, all as provided by Chapter 303cl of the Code," be submitted as provided by law, and the Mayor and the Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and they are hereby authorized to publish notice of said election as provided by law in the Algona Advance and the Algona date of purchase: »aiS claim shafl be Upper Des Moines newspapers print- he Vern Seobba, laibor 1.20 Stgsfoee, Wyotit Stott, and P. Rlngadorf attended a 500 card party at Sidney John's one evening 'ast week. High was won by Mr. and Mra. Ringsdorf, and Mr. and Mre. Jesse Dugan were low. There were five tables. Mr. and Mrs. Cepll Long enter- taihde neighbors at five tables of 500 one evening last week. Hign for women was won by Mrs. Garnle Hood, and Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill was low; high for men was Roscoe Stewart, and Clifford Rings- Schipulls 1« Years Married- Twenty neighbors and other friends gathered at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schlpull's last week Tuesday to help celebrate the couple's Roy McVay, laibor 21.94 H. W. Post, freight .83 Fred Jacob, refund cig. license 18.7o FIRE MAINTENANCE FUND Harry Barton, salary 22.50 Ralph El'bert, inspecting 30.00 S0W03R FUND C. U. Pollard, salary .. 12.50 Ohas. E. Chubb, laibor 3.50 •February 23, 1939. The council met in regular session, all members present. Whitmarsh resigned as dump caretaker; Geo. Dettman appointed to take his place until April 1. RESOLUTION NO. 1. •WHEREAS, on the 23rd day of February, 1939, there was filed in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, and with the council of said City a Petition petitioning the Mayor and City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, to submit to the electors of the City of Algona, Iowa, at the next regular municipal election of JJ^» *.m. ,» . ... . „„__..__ iVirt I.I1O iiWJkfc 1 Cfi» Wlt*» »»*M***M»4*»- .*••—— •-—»- —A discount of 2o per cent on the , , d clt to be he i a on tne 27th day _ , tni 1 ~11 r*w*rnA If T\o IH «•*•**>*«*,» * __ ~ ... . v. 16th wedding anniversary evening was spent at 500 above rates will be allowed if paid on or before the 20th of the month in which the account becomes due. Minimum charge of $2.00 per month, on which there is no discount. POWER RATES First 20 Kw. hr. per h. p. connected per month per Kw. hr. Be Next 40 Kw. hrs. per h. p. connected per month per Kw. hr. 3V_c Next 40 Kw. hrs. per h. p. connected per month per Kw. hr. *> All over 100 Kw. hrs. per h. p. connected per month per Kw. hr. _2Vfee A discount of 25 per cent on the above rates will be allowed If paid on or before the 20th of the month in which the account becomes due Minimum charge as --"—— First 25 h. P. " p. per month. Next 25 h. P. Ravlin, Mrs. Julius a. Torn McMahon, and '"""" were at Mason City H. Raney clif ene a. • last . °, r vetei>i narians ftt IJJ* wAe( * Monday nigHt. l™«. A. McMahons' spent dorf low. at Lawler parenta with Mr. melon Auxiliary night. 8wa »t' last . Mrs. Neil meet eneca . Mr. and Mra. Victor Applegato entertained neighbors and other friends at four tables of 500 Friday evening. High family prize was won by Mr. and Mrs, F. A. Hingsdorf, and Mr. Applegate was low. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith were last week Sunday dinner guests at Tom Trenary's, M. E. Polhemus,! Burt, visited the Trenarys Friday afternoon. Mr, Trenary is slowly imnrovins from stomach trouble. -Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow entertained at five tables o*, 5 ^ Thursday evening. The high Uv Prize was won by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart, and Mr. and Mra. Torn Trenary were low, Last week Sunday visitors at W. J, Stewart's were Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen, Burt, for din- Tier, and in the evening Mr. and The 1 and Chinker-Chek. The Schipulls have lived in the Lu Verne community all their married life. They came here from Goldfield. Farewell for the Geilenfeldts— The Arthur Geilenfeldts were given a farewell party last week Monday evening before they move to their new home near Gar JJ e f'. -;«..::..•;,-„_ sold on the water neatmg or warcn, IB.», mo :.uuuw>uB»y>«"» Mrs. Otto Westling and Mrs Wai-1 Current «W on ^ y .nw^^,w S ^ r t^i'^1totoW connected, 75o per h. connected, 60o per h. 0- connected h. P/25c per h. p. per month, with no discount on the minimum charge. WATER HEATING RATE per Kw. hr. of March, 1939, a public measure substantially as follows: "Shall the City of Algona, Iowa, levy annually a special tax of not exceeding one and one-fourth mills per annum upon the taxable property within said City for a period of not more than twenty years, the collection of which is to be anticipated by the Issuance of airport bonds not exceeding Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) for the pur- post of acquiring, Improving and equipping a Municipal Airport, all as provided by Chapter 303-cl of the Code of Iowa?" AND W1HEIRIEAS, said petition was signed by 321 qualified electors of the City of Algona, Iowa, equal In number to twenty-five per cent of those who voted at the last reguJar municipal election of aaid City, of Algona, NOW THiEIRIBFORiE, Be it resolved by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, that at the next regular municipal election of the. City of Algona, Iowa, to be held*on the 27th day of March, 1939. the tollowingr.pubUo allowed, and a warrant shall be drawn on the Light Fund In payment of Electric Meters and on Water Fund in payment of Water Meters. The above resolution having been duly read and considered, its adoption was moved and seconded and carried | by a vote of all yeas. Adopted and passed by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 23rd day of February, 1939. ADAH CAJRILSON, City Clerk. Approved by me this 23rd day of February, 1939. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Appropriating Ordinance No. 495 was passed: APPIROPRIATI'NIG ORDINANCE NO. 495 EOBCTiRIC FUND C. U. Pollard, salary 75.00 Leo Beltock, salary 70.00 F. C. Dailey, salary 70.00 F. C. Dailey, laibor 28.13 Tom Halpin, salary €7.50 Walter Gorman, salary 67.50 C. C. Wright, salary 65,00 Ray Barton, salary 65.00 H. E, Septhenson, salary 65.00 Adah Carlson, sailary 70.00 Harold Roth, labor 62.80 Joe Kelly, labor 38.40 DeLaval Separator Co., mdse. 1676.43 Diesel. Service Co., mdse. 1.23 American. Salt Corp., mdse. 76.00 C. J. Tagllabur Mfg. Co., mdse. 7.05 Petroleum Products Inc., fuel oil 700.42 Carter-Waters Corp., fuel oil. 378.34 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight 490.91 Socony-Vacuum Oi. Cp., oil 189.28 Electric Supply Co., mdse. __ 63.77 Malleable Iron Range Co., .mdse. 68.30 Westinghouse Electric- Supply •Co., mdse. 82.80 H. W. Post, freight 6.87 R'y Express Agency, express. .45 C. U. Pollard, expense 7-50 Shaw-Walker, mdse. . 1.52 United States Pencil Co., •mdse. 5.99 Remington Rand, mdse. _____ 71.86 Addreasograph Division, mdse. 3.89 Great Western Labratories, mdse. 201* Matt Parrott & Sons Co., mdse. . —-—-. ^'5? A. H. Borchardt, radse. 46.67 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. — 6.45 Harris Bros., gas __ *•» F. S. Norton & Son, mdee. .07 Algona Laundry, laundry 7.70 Skelly Oil Co., gas _ 3.21 Laing & Muokey, labor and •rndse. "-" Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., service 24.26 City Clerk, expense 3.<n Advance Publishing Co., • mdse. 114.W) WATER FUND ed In the English language In the City of Algona, Iowa, and of general circulation in said City of Algona, Iowa, once each week for three consecutive weeks as provided by law. Adopted by tjie City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, this 23rd day of i February, A. D., 1939, at a regular meeting of said Council. Attest: ADAH CACRILSON, City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa. Approved by me this 23rd day of February, A. D., 1939. C. F. SCPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. I, C. F. Specht, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, hereby proclaim that at the next regular municipal election of the City of Algona, Iowa, to be held on the 27th day of March, 1939, between the ' hours of eight o'clock a. m. and eight o'clock p. m., there.will be submitted to the voters of said City of Algona, Iowa, the following Public Measure: Shall the City of Algona, Iowa, levy, annually a special tax of not exceeding one and one-fourth mills per annum upon the taxable property within said City for a period of not more than twenty years, the collection of which is to be anticipated by the Issuance of airport bonds not exceeding Fifty Try Botsford's PEERLESS CHEMOCOL PROCESSED • It's a clean and long lasting economy coal. • You will be amazed at its low ash content. • No soot and less smoke. Keep your coal dollar from going out of the chimney. • Watch for the orange trucks. They serve your neighbor. • Our truckers take pride in their duties and leave a very clean appearance after every load. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Algona Phone 256 JIM POOL, Mgr. Hog Raisers Our improved Trinity Mixture is the Ideal protein supplement. Minerals, vitamins, proteins. Goes farther, costs less than tankage. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA . planned the event, and friends at Geilen- -« Ex-In Verne Girl Mother- , Mrs, LeRoy Burger, Burt. Howard Carlson, of the OCQ owar , qamn' at Bancroft, fiPent last week at home, helping rearrange W£ nfture and doing varlou smaU pobs a* the new Koestter home. The F. A. RltiKBdorfs snent las week Sunday with the Mulligans at Mrs. , WUHaro Btniwdorf sick since Wednesday eyen tag, wTtJn » f ever* case ot ' ' nd Mr Thmopson •ecently received^word oftte birth metered and controlled fourth mills per annum .upon the tax- hv'^m^ter^nd current controling de-, able property within said City for a ££„ t? ha furnished by the City? period of not TOPre than twenty years, vice to be furmsnea py £™ "_{* the ! f he co iieetlon of which is to be an- allowed if paid on tlclpated by tho issuance of airport "•"" - *^•' • . *- _-..* ...«« n ^i.« Fifty Thous- for the pur- improyins and C. U. Pollard, salary 25.00 Harry Bartoi, salary 42.50 Frank Ostram, salary w.w Laura Mitchell, salary — ; — fc.OO Earl Bowman, labor 52.80 Leighton'.Supply Co., mdse. _. 6 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. _. Mb Gould Pumps, mdse. 2 Neptune Meter Co., mdse. — 15 G!obe Machinery & Supply Co., K. the 20th,of th7 month in bond, not' exceeding of a daughter to Mr. and Jm Kay. wasTEuni.e Thompson, Florence is there. > discount. FARM LINE RATES hr Alf'over 1000 Kw. hrs, per Kw. hr. metered pose equipping a as provided : the Code," vlded ' and be submitted as pro- Skelly Oil'SoT, gas — . -----Aero Service, gas ----------- GBNEJRAL FUND H. A. Van Alstyne, salary _,_ 61.00 >on for *0 f Algona, Iowa, be and they are here- per «.«. •". —— — —• ----- .„ by authorized to publish notice of said Ha r — ** election as provided by law in the Al- AU transformer core loss per• . gon a, Advance and the Algona upper month per Kw. hr. — --2w? Des MolnefO newspapers printed In discount of » Per cent on the the BnsfHsh language in the City of .„ „„- -- A discount 01 a> yci- «>'"• oij „ me rmguan i Word has been received ol tne Q t will be a i 10 wed it-paid on Aigona, Iowa, birth of a son to the Rev. and Mrs. ™?°,! for e the 20th of the month In tlo y ln &U 31FIU U* » »V«. ** w . ^- 1C Oilia Z.t-i.,1. 4-V-a a/vftniint hftCOmeS QUO. n-nna Aa-Wi WA B. B. Hancock February 15. which the account becomes due. ouce • M f nlmU m charge per month of Jl-75 wpekB "' ' , and ot general oiroula- City of AJgona, Iowa, wee k fo. three conseoutlvt provided by 3.88 63.51 m, <_. _i«ni-~—- -— : _,, •_,__„ Minimum cnarge j™? "«»»«•« •"• »rv- weetfis a. prov«»e« on «*»•> Hancocks have been at El Paso, "'"^omer connected, on which I do ' p ted by the C4ty Council of the Tex since they left Lu Verne a Jgj r , ^ no discpunt --*-• -• »'-*-- T —- *"• «"* fl - v 4.OA., Btuvv • " . Via«n til olant-lnltV US6C ago. named The baby has ine may •»» City of Algona, Iowa, thla 23rd day A. D. W39, at a regular All electricity used shall be meas- of February, A. P. W39, ^, d _^_L% e n h Tc1t y . ln ^r ero& te n r d - mee «^ &S? 9S5S 1 °^n w bfins b &ie f rat tne"Ctty limit* . . A>proyed electric APAH City X?lerk o* the Pjty of Algona, ' ' a ?Srd day of Reception for Pair Kewlyweds- J& sta SUtSKWS ^vwesrsffl-srai •"^^S&'TOE a reception at John Roger's last g*^^ e i«« W*i» ? n <&*?&'' . £ a ^ ^'^fo^ 9l S " ;&Ett_3SS £r&flg£WB£S£ --•**— 2 ' en the which relatives,' neighDors, a«u «^v. ^^"^''aooounT ihall Wecpme du»friends attended. . . '^s^SSSsAm^s'safW. » .IJLt *»•« T «*»* *»«•*••# ..--» »—--•- v ~*V f- ftft Arthur Moulds, salary &.00 Cecil MoGinnis. salary .„ 60.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 70.00 Kossuth Oil Co., gas .12-78 Stewart Super Service, gas __ 16.78 Alphonse Lensing, rent 10.J2 N. W. Bell Tel., service " M Elliott Skllling, man ana team Wlllard Gregson, m.in and team Oliver Bakken, labor _ Geo. Gunder, labor John i Helmers, (mow removal Herman Lyons, snow removal Chas. Harvey, snow removal. Kermit Burtis, snow removal Dick Helmers, snow removal _ Ryner Helraer*. snow' — r Vern Scotoba, an?w _„„ Gl«n Sabln, snow --Robert* Ward, enow ~_.^_,i_, Monte ScoW», snow _, F, N. Turner, snow Roy McVay, t«am, labor. „ .. 7 t.J^P^H.'K* C 2:_j? 4 * 6 - 43.12 13.90 14.70 10.8( 10.80 4.20 10.80 8.10 Kobloaas & ~y, .•3"K»-_, mdse. .- It Pays to Have Your COATS or SUITS ...MADE - TO - MEASURE.. You get the exact style you want — the exact material you want —• and the perfect fit that is so necessary to smart, individual clothes. SEE FOE YOURSELF — how any suit or coat made to measure — LOOKS BETTER — and WEARS BETTER, although you pay no more than reday-made prices* Come in TODAY—inspect our styles and fabrics —there's no obligation. CLOPTON THE TAILOR Algona, la. 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