Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1939 · Page 7
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y&ir ' 0* *• 83-34 ilNESS [CTORY ,rtQ8gi]TH COUNTt ADVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA Juniors Hosts to Seniors H. W. Ml"er K jUHJAEB [ Sfr^dence 314. Iowa. Bldg. Algona, Iowa i460-W. [Igena, *"* ». Phone M>L lath Mut. Ins. bldg. Iowa. •neys-at-Law i BBUNSON Lawyers > ' , n ew Heise block Algona, Iowa _—. —• B. D. Kelly Iowa SIXTY PLATES LAID FOR THE EVENT IN GYM Butt, May 8—IThe annual junior- ••feior' ibahqnet wsu» held in the fcchool gymnasium Friday evening, the mother* of the juniors serving. Elates were set for 60 at a horaefthoe table decorated In yellow, And green, the senior colors. YelloW roses at plates served OB place cards. A transportation theme *wa« Used In decorations- tor cam, trains, 'and airplanes. Farora twefe ' tiny aeroplanes of candy antt gum. . . The program Included -welcome, by Frank Becker; response, Phyl- ito Brooke; class will, Dean Meter; cttUu prophecy, Mary 'Jean Rachut; claw history, Luella We lake; popular «elect Ions, Jazzy Juniors. Dancing occupied the remainder of the evening, There are 21 in this year's graduating class. Eight f refthmen boys and girto were waiters at the banquet, and they were dressed aa stewards and stewardesses. Bnrt Homes are Improved— li. H.' Riedel is having two new- rooms and a bathroom added to his home. Other /improvements being made by Burt residents Include toe enclosing, of-the front porch by the Dr. R. H. Thompsons and a bathroom at C. V. ' Sohrader's. Mrs. Elizabeth' Patterson hais had plumbing Installed upstairs In her tenant,house, so that two families may occupy the house. The Roy Morgans' live 'downstairs. Among the Bnrt Sick— Esther Bahllng is confined to bed, recovering from an Injury to one leg, 'which Was hurt two weeks ago, ..when she fell against the edge of a sidewalk here. Marjorie Roetman was confined -to home last week with the mumps. Mrs. SENECA WOMEN RANK HIGH AT BURT EVENT East Seneca, May 8 — Achievement day was a big success at Hurt last week Tuesday. A total of 292 women registered, and 16 townships were represented. Every township had a booth Illustrating a phase of the year's project work. Twenty-two Seneca women attended. All who took part In the home project work were deeply satisfied with the year's results. Seneca rated superior in organization, activity, music, and publicity. The publicity was highly complimented. Seneca also rated superior as a whole. Attending from Seneca were Mesdames Roy and Otto Jensen, William Fischer, Elsbecker, A. J. Meyer, McBrUde, Clarence Oaborn, Fred Brown, Charles Volght, Henry Looft, Howard Richards, Ralph Campbell, Albert Cody, Fred Jensen, Elmer Lee, Cecil Bailey, Roy and Charles Osborn, Jay Godden, F. E. Slagle, Alfred Peterson, and Olaf Oftedahl. F. B. Women to Meet- Seneca home project women will hold an annual meeting .thib week Friday at 2 p. m. at the consolidated school building. A township chairman, a publicity chairman, and a music chairman', will be chosen, and the sub-districts will name leaders. Home Furnishings has been picked for the coming year's project. All women of the township are iavlted to attend and take part in the meeting regardless of whether they year's project. took the last Pupils In Mason City Tour— Supt. F. E. Slagle accompanied the senior and junior classes to Mason City last week Tuesday. This was an educational tour. The party visited the KOIX) radio station, an orphanage, the Decker meat plant, the Globe-Gazette, the county jail, the firemen's quarters, lorneya-at-Law >tt building Algona, IA.WWKEL .rAttoraey lorney-at-Law illdlag Phone 180 [ B. WHITE ney-at-Law Ison building Algona, Iowa UDANSON ,_j«y-at-Law r Iowa State Bank dice, 460-J,; Res. 315 Martin G-reise 'has been confined to tno Hutchison ice cream factory, ON (deceased) i C. HUTCHISON ORE C. HUTCHISON *ys-at-Law • State bank bldg. Algona, Iowa (ICE C. McMAHON [torney-at-Law i In Helse bldg. ' Algona, Iowa CTOltS H. KENEFICK i and Surgeon r Rcxall Drug Store Res. phone 326 ETZMEYER, M. ». i and Physician i Galbraith block Algona, Iowa G. BOURNE i and Surgeon Phones: residence, 194 PJBHTI8T8 LH.M. OLSON Call Theatre bldg. s, 166; res., 788 Iowa home two weeks by sickness. Belative* for Trunkhill Funeral— •Among the out-of-town relatives attending the 'funeral! of Mrs. Melissa Trunkhill were Lewis Trunk- hill, son, Hettlnger, N. D., who remained for a week's visit here; Mr. and Mrs. <J. L. Trunkhill, .daughter Joan, Mr. - and Mrs. Lyle .Taylor,' and Vera Trunkhill, all of Evansville, Wis. Supper Celebrates Birthday- Mr. an« Mrs. Wlllard Stow, Mrs. Cecil Oodfredson, and the latter's daughter Rita were supper guests Wednesday at J. P. Stow's in honor of Willard's 'birthday. The Wll- lard Stows spent Thursday evening with friends at Forest City. Babcocks to New Post- Marie Carter was a dinner guest last .week- Monday evening at Royce Babcock's, in Bancroft. The Babcocka who formerly lived here, have,now moved to Whiting. Mr. Babcock is connected with GOG work. Theater to Be Keopened— Francis Poole, Fort Dodge, has rented the local theater and will open it this week. 'Burt has been without a show for several weeks since Will Gorman left and started a show '8/t Ledyard! Attend Farewell at Algona— Mrs. Iv D. Hodgson and her daughters Esther 'and Ruth were guests at dinner at Mrs, E. J. Murtagh's, Algona, last week Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Lura Sanders. Postmistress Is Grandmother- Mrs. Maude Wanna received news 'last Week Tuesday of the birth that day of a daughter, Ann Gertrude, to Mr.' and Mrs. Walter Hanna, Nora Springs. Children's Day is Planned— The Methodist Sunday school board met with Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton Tuesday evening, and plans were laid for children's day. and the Hamilton business college. Patterson Son Bas Check-Up— D. R. Patterson and hte son Oscar Jr. drove to Cedar Falls last week Monday to call on son Wesley there. Thence they went on to Iowa City, where Oscar Jr. had a physical check-up at the children's hospital, condition The doctors satisfactory. found. hlfli Motion by ttelken and second by MoftlB that a homestead credit valuation of 14*0.00 be iy>P roved fo t-i h ? year* 1»3« and 193T on the NWH and 8W% of Lot 6 Block 2 R«s. No. 1 Algona, due to error In copying saihe to certified list of credits submitted to County.-.Treasurer. Ayes: l - * • .Jlotlon by Eraser and second, by Coig'rove that the appointment of H. J. Kbhlhaas as..Tfust«e for Bhermah T6wnshlp by the Board of Trustees of Sherman Township be approved.. Ayes:'all. ' . . Mstton by Helken and secor.d by Fraser .that the appointment of Jerry Heetland ft* Township Clerk tot Ledyard Township by the Board of Trustees of Ledyard Township be ap- Morfls and second by proved. Ayes: all. Motion by " Praser that Mrs. Godden at Hospital— Mrs. Jerald Godden was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona last week Monday for a minor operation. She is improving, but it was said Friday that »he would have to remain at the hospital a few days,.longer. Consolidated School News— •The Seneca seniors have received their class pictures. The junior- senior banquet will be held at Estherville Thursday May 18. The high school pupils had a roller- skating party at Armstrong Thursday evening. Bolligg to Niece's Wedding— ' The Julius Bolllgs and Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger, Algona, drove to Comfrey, Minn., last week Monday to attend the 'Wedding of Mr.' Bollig's niece, Avita Bollig. , ( , • . ,' ,'f - ''")t f Petersons are Grandparents- Mr, and Mrs. Gus Hansen, Rlng- sted, are parents of a girl, bx>rn Wednesday. Mrs. Hansen is a daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peterson. Other Seneca News. •Harry Smoth, Walnut Grove, and John Engesser, Tracy, Minn., spent Wednesday at Julius Bollig's and Mike Kennedy's. Harry is a brother of Mrs. Bollig. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Linencamp, Sigourney, were last week Tuesday visitors at Bollig's. Mrs. Linencamp is a sister of Mr. Bollig. Mrs. C. O. Bailey was a guest Wednesday of the Lutheran Aid at Fen ton. -._„„. a refund of »«.0» be made to Maurice Bernhard for tax paid to Treasurer on Moneys ard Credits that should not have been assessed. Ayes: all. . Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that Secondary Road Petitions No. 478, No. 479, No. 480. No. 481, No. .482 beplaeed on file. Ayes: Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that the assessment on Personal Property of Howard Hardware Co. for 1938 be changed from $5500 to $3600 as recommended by the city, council of Algona. Ayes: all. Motion by Fraser and second by Cosgrove that Joe Kramer be given a refund of $2,00 for dog tax paid twice In Creaoo Township, records •how he bought tag from auditor and also paid assessor. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Fraser that Elizabeth Dawson be given a refund of $2.36 tor Old Age Pension Tax and Penalty, paid twice In Wesley Incorp. for the year 1930, receipts on die. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Helken that H. E. Rlst, executor for Lewis H. Smith be given refund of $30.06 for 1937 tax paid on W% SW}4 of public highway Sec. 12-96-29, the total acreage appears on tax list as 61.54 acres, whereas the correct acreage should be 44.92 acres. Ayes: held on April 2», 1939. C. 8. PEARSON, Deputy Auditor. The project, or projects, herein described are hereby approved with the understanding that the State Highway Commission atiumes responsibility only for carKylntt on the work-in the event that suit»|lc state legislation Is enacted ,tbi m«et the requirement of the FederaKact and that the project, or pro/oftts, will meet with the approval of the; Bureau of Public Roads. . i ' . IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION.. Motion by Morris and second by Hlken that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION It Is resolve* by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County that the Iowa Emergency Relief Administration Is requested to procure from W. P. A: sewing rooms the garments indicated on the attached form for distribution within Kossuth county: That the said garments are needed for use between now and September 30, 19S9, and the Board agrees that all of said garments will be distributed by the end of that period. The Board further agrees that the distribution of these garments will not be allowed to interfere with or diminish the production of the local sewing room which Is now operating, Ayes: all. W. E. MC DONALD, Chairman, Board of Supervisors. Motion by Helken and second by Morris that Wilfred Peter Johnson be given a r'elund of $2.62 for Old Age Pension Tax and Penalty paid twice In Algona for 1936, receipts on on flle. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Helken that application and bond for $1000.00 for the Algona Country Club be approved and that the County Auditor be directed to Issue a "Class "B" beer permit Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned to »:CO o'clock A. M., May 1st, 1939, E. 8. KINSET, County Auditor. C.». SCHAAP Dentist % Algona, Iowa Bus, 133, res. 174 • B. HOFFMAN Dentist Helse bldg. 44; rea., 116 >EASON Dentist 1 James Drug Store residence, 859 Fire to Library Convention— •Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. B. W. Brooke, and Esther Hodgson attended a library meeting at Iowa Falls Wednesday. Boy falls, Breaks Wrist- Larry, email son of Mr. and Mrs. George Manus, suffered a fracture of a wrist when he feW on a sidewalk last week Tuesday. Age Bart Woman Sick- Mrs. Elwina Pratt was taken to her son Druggist F. L. Pratt's last Wednesday. She is sick with stomach trouble. Woman Kicked fry Cow— Mrs, G. W. Bleich Is recovering from injuries to a shoulder recelv ed wbea a cow kicked'her Wednesday.--." ••-• r • ' ; WESLEY LEGION AUXILIARY HAS BUSYMEETING The Legion Auxiliary met in the unit's rooms 1 last week Monday night, 11 members attending. Mrs. J. P. Studer was hMstess. Mrs. Edna Flom, unit president, appointed a nominating committee: Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. Selma Alne, and Mrs 1 . Clara Bauer. Election of officers will be held at the next meeting Monday 'night, The June 5, with Mrs. J. L. Studer as grand hostess. 'Mrs. L. L. Lease, poppy chairman, reported that poppy poster* made by the seventh and eighth grade pupils in Wesley's , two schools will be picked up late this week and judged next week. The winning posters will be entered in a contest at. a district Auxiliary conference at Fort Dodge. Thursday, May 18. A number of local' Legion and Auxiliary members' 1 plan to attend this conference. A poppy film will be shown at the local theater next Saturday night in connection with the regular show. It was voted to use white-enameled wooden "crosses 1 30x16 Inches decorated with poppies for graves of World war veterans on Decoration day. Plans were laid by which members of the Auxiliary will sell poppies here Saturday, May 27. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, Americanism chairman, reported that plans are under way to observe Memorial day with a program in the school auditorium Tuesday morning, May 30. Ray Murray, of Des Moines, former state vice commander of the Legion, will be main speaker. Study Club Names Officers— The Study club met at Mrs. A. M Lease's. Mrs. George Aldrlch and Mrs. Charles Kraus were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Kraus had the lesson which was on government, and Mr. A. M. Lease read and gold and were highly gratified and encouraged by the compliments on their work. They will continue practice".'during the summer vacation. Four to C. D. A. Convention—' Mrs. Will Ward, .Mrs. Alfred Erdman, and Mrs. C. ; E. Goslin, of, Woden,'drove to Waterloo Friday to attend a state convention of Catholitt Daughters' at the Russell- Lamson hotel. The supreme regent, Mary C. Duffy, South Orange, N. J., was in attendance. Jerry Wingert took down his -mother, Mrs. Lawrence Wingert, and his sister Rita, and Lawrence Hlld- maa accompanied them. Pastor Seeks Lodge Honor— Rev. Arthur Bottom, noble of the Wesley Odd Fellow, lodge, has been, nominated for representative at a West Branch grand lodge session, and may represent District No. v 5S, which covers Kossuth county. Other lodges have the same right to make nominations, and an election will be held In June. The local lodge meets every Monday night in the old bank building. Senior Play Is Dated— The senior play, Girl-Shy, will be presented in the high school auditorium next week Monday and Tuesday nights. In- the cast are Jack Lickteig, Alvjn Loebig, Lavon Gerdes, Imogene Neuroth, John Bottom, Lillian Johnson, Ruth Mary Seefeld, Rose Mary Seller, Pauline Moore, Charles Kraus 1 , Ralph Carlson, and Victor Mullin. Helps In College Activity- Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs 1 . Charles Kraus, is a freshman in industrial science at the State college and is active in preparation of student vaudeville for Veishea, a 3-day festival this week Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Bottom for the Baccalaureate— The baccalaureate sermon for the high school seniors will be preached by the Rev. Arthur Bottom in the school's new auditor-, ium next Sunday night. Other Wesley News. Madeline Erdmann came home day ' last week to spend the Motion, by Fraser and second by Morris that the petition for,Sold!er'a exemption tfn.Lbt 5'<JB,lock!'6 Original Plat "wlilttSmore Incorp. be approved. Ayea: all. • .Motlonvby .Morrls-and second by P'raser that 'a" refund of 128.19 for 1937 Personal Tax 1 of Ernest Mueller paid in Fentpn Ind Fentor. The valuation tax was paid on $2640, whereas valuation should have been »1980. Ayes: all. " Motion by Cosgrove and second by Morris that Fred Girres of Wesley Township be given a refund of $2.00 for dog tax paid twice In Wesley Township for 1938, records show same. Ayes: all. Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that the 1938 valuation of Clif Schroeder Burt Incorp. on personal prope/rty be changed from $865 to $520.00 as recommended by town council of Burt Incorp. Ayes: all. Motion by Heiken and second by Morris that due to error of Assessor In 1938 regarding Soldiers Exemption on Lots 12 and 13 Block 2 Call's South Addition to Bancroft Incorp. It is now approved by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County that the valuation for 1938 on above lots be $1750 and that same be changed on tax list, as recommended by Town Council of Bancroft Incorp. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Morris that the valuation on personal tax for 1937 of S. R. Parsons of Portland Township be lowered $500.00 as recommended by the Board of Review, of • Portland. Township. Ayes: all. . " ' ' Motion by Morris and second by Fraser that the 1 taxes on 'the E 20 acres NE',4 NWW; SE% NW% ex. 2 acres in the NW corner; and 22.22 acres in SE corner of SW»4 NW% all in Section 27-95-28 to be abated for the following years: 1932 $67.27 1933 . . .' 541217 1934 i 67.19 1937 ...- 79.45 together with any and all interest and penalty. Ayes:, all. Motion by Helken and second by Cosgrove that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION WHEREAS, the Congress of the United States has appropriated funds to assist in the construction o£ a secondary system of highways, and W/HEREAS, a certain portion of the said federal appropriation will be available for such work in the State of Iowa as soon 'as suitable state legislation has been encated, and, i . - . • • WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County desires to secure for said County any funds that might accrue to said county's credit under such legislation, and WHEREAS, the Federal rules and regulations require that only the more heavily traveled portions of the secondary road system shall be Included In said Federal secondary system, and, WHEREAS, due consideration has been given to the information as to volume of traffic, develops in the State-wide Highway Planning Sur- V6 NOW THEREFORE Be It Resolved that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, on-this 29th clay of April, 1939, recommends that the 'following project, or projects, be first considered by the Highway Commission and the ,„. ed States Bureau of Public Roads for improvement under said Federal appropriations. , 3rade and bridge the following: Project Number 1— County trunk road K commencing at'the N. W. Corner Sec. 32-10029, thence south to Swea City. Project Number 2— , «• Country Trunk Road f 'A" commencing at N. W. corner So. 1997-29 thence to Primary Road No. 169. Country Trunk "B" commencing- at the N. W. corner. Sec. 28-96-27 thence west to Bancroft. Project No. 4— Commencing at the N. W. corner Sec. 7-95-27; thence west to Algona. Project Number 5— • ' County Trunk Road N commencing at th N. W. corner Sec. 6-99-27; thence south three miles to Primary one LU- day smmer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krdmanri. She had been employed a year in a home at Des Moin.es. ' Mrs. George Ward was 1 hostess to her bridge club Wednesday, and Mrs. Edw. Loebig won high; Mrs. George .Vitzthum, travel The latter will entertain in two weeks. Phone 108 Vff. « Bk, Phone 98 Iowa — 1 1 n^. 'SjNttWW ."•""tag, Household Automobll Group Attends Guest Day— Seventeen members of the theran Aid attended a guest meeting at Fenton Thursday. Daughter for Burt Couple— , Mr, and Mrs. , Henry Smith are parents of a daughter, born Thursday at the KoBSuthhospiital. Senior Play }s Dated— The senior class play wi" presentedFriday evening. ONiw Hurt News. The Methodist Woman's Home Bsionary society met with Mrs J, F, T9gel Saturday, and re- paper on Electric Light Bulbs. Officers were elected: Mrs. Vincent Daughan, president; Mrs. George Aldrich, vice; Mrs. John Amesbury, secretary-treasurer, succeeding Mrs. Milton Glddings. The club will have a picnic at Eagle Lake Tuesday, May 23, and this wiH conclude its activities till fall. Fuvils Organize Harmonica Band- Grades three and four of the St. Joseph parochial school have organized a harmonica band. Music has been secured from New YorK, and instruments were purchased) from local dealers. The children recently made their first appear- _ aUCe , IU "h SrStSS OfJSS ^KWs for grading in Kossuth I wearing band costumes 01 fuif | co ^ nty tor I939^wara opened and | by Funds'not obligated for the grading and bridging of the above projects shall be' used for surfacing the projects »»«! «hau. ] te o d, DONA] ., D( , Chairman, Board of ' . Supervisors, Kossuth County. Iowa. I, E. S. Kinsey, Auditor in and for Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby certify the .above and foregoing to be a true and exact copy of a resolution passed and approved by the Board of Supervisors of Kos- suth'County, Iowa,'at its meeting 2:CO o'clock Auditor's OKlce, AJgena. Iowa April 28, 1939 p. m. be insurance ports of Board "of" {Supervisor's met pursuant to adjournment witli all mein- McLeods lived here, some ago. Mr. and Mre. L. A. Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf, and and 'Mrs. Harry Cheever Jr are visiting here from Calif., spent Wednesday at Ringadorfi Mrs. Fraser that McGuire d second Brothers g Mr. . ArviBi Minn. awarded the grading contract; tor grading In Kpssuth County for $be year 1939. Ayes: all. . . . Motion by Cosgrove and second by Helken that McGuire Brothers' contractor's bond for $11,087.16 be ap- - Ayes: all. . . . ii by Morris apd second by Hefken that the Homestead Credit for 1938 on theSWK of Section 16"1-30 be cancelled- Ayes: an. Motion • Fraser t bonds be Assessor recenj; convention at -given. The Golden sffiB meets this week with Mrs. H. W. , MrTaiui Mr*. E. O. Mana spent the weekTend at • their daughter, . gan ajid her 4*«f * I*e .went .Wednesday his fether Charles removed last week Let us tell you about the JBtna Life Insurance Company's new Farm Loan Plan. Low rates, a 26 year repayment plan, a Reserve Fund Safety feature, a liberal pre*pay» ment privilege, no torn* mission, appraisal, or title animation costs to the borrower. It's worth ^^* ' ^T^riHj T^Ww" Autborit&l fylmmtatiw in tbit ttrritory * HOUGH Loam, ft»d IwrfBtt 8t*te Baik BUf. torn-, > Stoops nquer Algona High School Senior Class Play, from the pen of Oliver Goldsmith, will be presented on Friday, May 12 t at 8 p. m., High School Auditorium Your Presence Will Be Appreciated and we invite you to attend. ADMISSION Students 20c Adults 35c YOUR BITE TO EOT Facts That Concern You No. 7 of a Merle*. IT COUiP CARRY THi WH01E MAP! f ^ i %'•»- ^^* __£. . Art :S-AMIUIONDOU 'EXPENDITURE OF FEDERAL EMERGENCY RELIEF ADMINISTRATION (/UHgW-jurew) AS SHOWN IN NAT10NAI EMERGENCY COUNCIL REPORT. BEERS NATION-WIDE TAXES...OVER A MILLION DOLLARS A DAY... COULD HAVE PAID THIS FIVE YEAR TOTAL IN HUGE TAX REVENUES to lift that much of the direct burden off YOU. A million NEW jobs. 4 •new hundred million dollar market for three million acres of farm crops •. V AND AI^ BE- CAUSB BEJES CAVE BACK. • How can we keep these benefits.,. for you • and for us? Brewers of America, realize this depends 'on keeping beer retailing M wnole- some as beer itself. They want to help public officials in every possible way, They cannot enforce Jaws, gut they can—<m4 w«l—c^ * operate! M?y we tend you a booUet telling of their unusual self-regulation program? Addres*; United Brewers Industrial Foundation, l?£aat 40th Street, New York, N,Y. ' • '• BEER.*.* of moderation

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