Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1939 · Page 7
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*WJ_ V* J '* ENAMEL •i •*•** ISDN'S IE | Store With Prtow WITH HEARS CCALAUREATE GIVEN SUNDAY ''Cofjrlth, May l'5 r -(Baccalaureite lervlces were held Sunday evening at ^he ac'hooOalidltortum, with the folldwlng -program: processional, Bather Smith; hymn; invocation, the Rev. Von B. Elbert; music, the woodwind quartet; scripture reading, the Rev. Karl W. G. Killer; music, Dean Thompson; sermon the Rev. Karl W. G. Hlller; hymn; benediction, the Rev. A. Rust. rtoaautt. cottNtt ADVANCB. ALQOHA. IOWA Ph.!* IfftTf h-tei-eating— Harold K. Clapaaddle, son of ANS and Up frank Clapsaddle, is home fron the nary for a visit. He came by bttfc from Hampton Roads, Va., to Chicago, and on to Mason City where he waa met toy his brother diaries. Harold likes the navy and la enjoying his travel by water very much. He will report back at San Francisco sometime the las Of the month, and will sail shortly after for China, where he will be stationed for two and a halt years. Mlaatoma-7 Society Meets— . The Baptist Missionary society met last week with Mrs. Harvey Hanklns, Mrs. Phil Puffer assist- In*;. Mrs. Clifford Meyers led the lesson on missionary work In Burma, and Assam. A talk taken from the Missionary Magazine waa given by Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle, and the meeting was closed with a devo- model the front of the Baptist church under the direction of the pastor, the Rev. Albert Rust. A new brick mission front will re)lace the old plate glass front. • P. 3, Gruenwald, of Stllson, Is doing the mason work, and Louis Speckman the carpenter work. Birthday 1, Obsemi- Arlene Stroup entertained eight small friends at a party a week ago Monday afternoon celebrating her fourth birthday. -Guests were Judy Gohrt, Kay Bonnstetter, Karen Johnson, Alfred Erlcksoa, Jimmy Stephens, Donald Wllhlte, Eugene Marr, and Charles Brown. Class Play Draws Crowd— The senior play, Rose of the East. Side, waa presented last week to a larger crowd than, normal. The theater was filled 'both even- Ings and a total of $93 was realized. Other Hobarton News. Mrs. Glen MoClellan, who has been living at Lu Verne, was business visitor In Corwlth last week Tuesday. Mr. McCtellan has taken over what waa formerly the Wheeler grocery atore at Des Molnes, they will move thelr house hold goods from Corwlth at «mc* Members of the cast played thelt rolls well. Special musical num bers were presented between acts, by the orchestra, a vocal solo, by Dean Thompson, an'd a vocal trio, Maxlne Perkins, Gayle Thompson, and Jeanette Woods, sang. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and Betty Lou attended the school pl^ nlc Friday at the school taught by ., M. Ostwlnkle, del. «a* col. i».«rl Wm. Shirley, office «_*.____ 9l.lt Algona Upper Des It6ln«», .':.__ printing ___________________ 74.W ___________________ Jancfoft Register, printing .. "'erklna Bro». Co., sup. ______ i. W. Holley & Soft* Co., sup. Coch -Brother*, aup. + „ _. Burroughs Adding Mach. Co., sup. _., __„ Fenklns Pergemann Co., aup. _, fldlar & Chambers Co., sup._ Halt Parrott & Sons Co., BUT>. 2ummlngB Store, sup. ___ ttowdrd Hardware, sup. _____ A. H. Borchardt, sup. M. J. Duffy, Treas., adv. bty. Vernon Rloklefs, bounty 7S.J7 6.7* 24.68 W.87 E. Ward, bounty U S. Koppen, bounty John B.' Muehe, bounty Cort C. Rlppentrop, bounty _, Edmond Lester, bounty Lawrence Lang, bounty _„ Lawrence Hanson, bty. Robert Johnson, bty. . Brwln Haynea, bty. Raymond Hlrner, bty. Geo. Schmidt Jr., bty. .16 6.67 .77 183.40 .30 2,40 .70 .90 .40 .19 .4t 1.10 John welch, IsMr ___...._* 3r. Nd/'W-^.i •'_-.-..-------• <dh*8. fi. Chtlbb, engineer ... Peter Chubb, 'labor _____._..» Dr. No. 8<M. Oeorge Looft, labor ________ .. John Welch, labrtr ______.._ »•* too jonn weicn, iBJiwr _________ , Ch*s. 'B. Chubb, engineering Dr. No. 82--. George Looft, labor 'e Loort, iait>or *_, __"J John Welch, labor __„ 3.BO Theo Dorenbuah, labor 8.00 Dr. .No. 83— " ..... _. •Chas. B, Chubb, engineer ___ .. 30.0C iPeter-Chubto, labor . ,4.00 Dr.' No. 86- -^ Dick Baade, labor • 4.0C C, H. Cooner, laibor 3.60 . Ed M'oyer, laibor _ 9S.7! Theo Dorenbush, laibor 56.6! Co., . 'Elmore Cement & Tile sup. _____ _____.„ __ __-_ __ Thompson Yards Inc., mip.__ 1.10 Dr. No. 99,SO Dick Baade, laibor __ ___ _____ 2.40 c. M. Cooper, labor _ _____ _.70 Dr. No. 102— .80 26.85 4.00 3.50 8.00 7.00 _toe * SJogren, prov. ___ 5.0B Cut Rate GroC., prov. _______ ».OB Hood 1 * I. G. A., prov. _______ 49.60 W. G. McCullough, amb. *erv. 2.00 i>r. Schaap, dental _ 18.00 Dr. Andrew*, med. ..^ T.60 Or. 8. W. Meyer, med _ 10.50 Dr. Jones, med. . 36.00 Dr. Herrlck, med. 16.09 Gllmore Drug Co., med. sup... 14.64 Dr. KCCorkle, dental ___ 10.00 A. H. Borchardt, med. *up. 7.20 General Hospital, hosp. care . 15.09 KOssuth Hospital, hosp. care_ 74.25 Lutheran -Hospital,. hosp.. care . ,9.00 St.-' Anthony's Hospital, hosp. care ___ 136.90 Mrs. < Ella-BMggs, care 17.00 Mr*. Mary Taylor, care 60.00 Sorenseft'.s Grocery, prov. 24.60 H. A. Clark, prov. . lender's, sup. Wallace Anderson, bty. 2.65 George. Looft, labor Milton Uhr, bty. I- 30 John Welch, laibor . G. O. Anderson, bty 1.20 Dr. No. 114- ; Edward Sheldahl, bty *.0» B. J. Palmer, labor 8.50 Geo. Butterfleld, bty. 7.00 Dr, No. 137- Delia Welter, J. P. feca 12.60 E. J. Palmer, labor fl.OO Casey Losa, sheriff fees 11.00 Dr. No. 1«6— A. R. Moulds, m'arsh. feea 2.05 Elmore Cement & Tile Co., Erneat G. Thlel, const, fees __ l.« sup. .92 P. A. Danaon, J. P. fees 28.09 Oeorge Looft, laibor 12.00 Casey Loss, sheriff fees 25.66 John Welch, laibor 10.60 F. A. Newville, const, fees 9.86 Dr. No.JflS- B. E. GRrlnnell, jury fees 1-00 Chaa. E, ChuWb, engineer — 10.00 C. L, Hteerqdt. Jury fees _____ 1.00 George Looft, laibor __ 12.00 9.60 3.06 Anderson Grain Co., fuel""™ 14.28 Botstord's, fuel 28.6< Parmcra Exchange, fuel " 7.H P. S. Norton & Son, fuel „ 14.28 Mrs. Wm. Myers, care __ _ 10.00 L. A. Wlnkel, agent, rent " 10.00 Wm. F. Benke, rent 39.00 P. A. Danson, rent 10.00 Otto Nelson, rent 10.00 R. F. Donovan, rent 10.01 A. M. Colllnson, rent __._ " 6.01 W. L. Martin, rent _, . 10.W W. J. Galbralth, rent __ """ 1001 Harvey Hewitt, tent 100 Laura^Vandee, rent ^..."."'.'.'.1 10.0 7.BO 10.00 tional service, "Council Bella," by Anna Meyers. led Mn., Eoe^wood ; v Tti« Delu'Al , for wliter „ credit plan per- tske care of the [ most every borrow- led or single. Terms I to conform to you* * • « *• , made on Furniture, or other pereonml property [wftaaiieed— p»ym«mto reduced tte our Quick MONIT SERVICE with[out obligation. J.KOHLHAAS Phone 28 Inrarance Agency- , ; v Tti« Delu'Ald held an afternoon party A-lMt^weeK Wednesday , afternoon ,»t Mr^5 Dick Seder's. Mrs. ' ' . . 'Rockwood' Is a' former member of the<I>elta Circle, an'd the party had been planned before she moved to town this spring, but Mrs. Rockwood's Illnes* made tt necessary to postpone it until now. The Circle presented her with an electric lamp. _ 86th Birthday Obaerred- ' Mrs. F. S. PrlBble celebrated her 86th birthday Thursday. Her daughter, Mrs. Bertha Cox, spent the day with her. Mrs. Friable is in very good health and enjoys doing much of her own housework. She and Mr. Friable, who died last winter, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary last Thanksgiving day. _ • Bemodelteg Work Started— Work waa begun Friday to re- Prank Welskamp, Jury feea __ M. B. Polhemus, jury fees — R. G. Rleken, jury fees — ;.. J. B. Johnston, Jury fees J. B. McEnroe, witness fees __ Joseph Banwart, witness fees. H. E. McEnroe, witness fees _ Thomas Crahan, witness fees. Edw. Stattelman, witness fees Jess Martin, witness fees W. H. Steward, const, fees Iver H. Nordln, J. P. fees W. H. Steward, const, fees __ P. B. Cromer, tax account — . 1.00 1.09 1.M _ John Welch, labor . 10.60 •Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. _. ; - • 1.09 Dr. E. K. No. 41.20 Chas. E. Chubb, engineer . 1.2» Dr. W. K. No. 3-11— 1.20 Martin Erlckson, laibor 2.10 Mlno Penning, laibor 2.1« Dr. W. K. No. 35-898.10 >D1ck Baade, laibor 6.28 C. N. Cooper, laibor 3.09 Dr. W. K. No. 88-1368.06 Nel* Rank, labor MAI'NTENIAINOE PUNiD 2.30 £6.04 .21 1.T8 1.53 2.62 7.60 2.60 Geraid'srMeler,''labor''..""I eo!40 Northwestern iBfcll Tel. Co., tel. Mrs. Nannie Setchell, rent Vic Johnson, rent . ''DI8TKHCT NO. 3~~" Cut Rate Groc., prov. 10.00 Hood's I. G. A., prov. "" 90 Polk County Auditor, care"" „--.--_ nbV'aliowec. K. D. James, med. sup. _ 6.61 A. M. Kunz, prov. 250 Kouba's Pood Market, prov" Bonacker'a Pood Market, prov" farmers Co-op. Soc., fuel McMahon Funeral Home, amb" serv. Math. Erdman" provT" USUAL TIME 5.00 14.W 16.: . . . ___ H E McMUrray, labor 2Z.» Raymond Neinmers, latoor ___ Quy Beemer, labor —; B3.« CharleB^Hoffrnan, laibor Llnnan & Lynch, nardlanshlp aat " — 1J ™ "-'— -*•— Monroe Calculating Mach. Co., Elsie Hunt In southwest Falrvlew. They also visited at DeRae Godfrey's at Lu Verne. , , Mrs. Harold Moon-and children, Merle, jre'an,.,and-,>8hlr]ey.r>Kay, of Denver, Colo., -arrived, here last Wednesday for a month's visit with her mother and sjster,.Mrs. Frank Welder and Louise. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bonnstetter are parents of a seven-pound daughter born a week ago Saturday. She has been named Nancy Lee. The Bonnstetters have three other daughters. A girl was born a week ago Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown. She weighed seven pounds and Is the Brown's second child. The other is a boy, Charles. • Class Honors GftHegtan. Fayette May 15—Clarence Rld- dle, Algona, who is an Upper Iowa University student here has been .elected president of the 1939-40 .sophomore class. Riddle has shown Interest in the college and Its activities warranting the honors his class-mates have bestowed on,him BUDP--69 Hazel F. Keen7"boafd"of social welfare Mrs. Clotilda .Hutchison. O. A. P; Invest „___ ' -Kossuth .Co.. Farm Bureau, ap- .«.i>ro. — W. B. CaMson, mtg. Fred Peterson, mtg. - ———_ '' ' 36.00 31.63 ...... Huff, labor 18.90 18.00 Mllo Durant, labor ___• 20.40 Walter L. Johnson, labor , -.53 Cl|y of Alsona. light aejr." ••__-' -,i. •:,. Secretary of'StAte, use tax R>.M Treasurer .of State. u»e. tax •2OT-Wm. P. •.Gi'pnbach/.'adv:"' patrol ! 2,0> Prank J. J Burke, laibor "3.00 R. L. Moore, labor Dr. Knowles, med. ' 7700. W. G. MoCullough, ambT'serv"" lo'< Dr. O'Brien, med, ' ig.( Dr Bfthnson, med. St. Joseph's Mercy "Hospital" hosp. care Mrs. M. L. Vlnaa~s"care Mary Jean Blaokhurst, care Mrs. Relnhold Laalbs, care _;; . j5;}jj MoMullen &r<oe£ O prov~~^l~" 48.90| K *n'nedy r ; Bos., provl"""3I"Z 31'flojJS 1 * 1 '-'*' D6pV Store, provT"_I"3 32.50 6.75 8.0» 10.00 —. 22.01 10.60 14.60 6.00 You'll love to cook the easy Spry way Y OU'LLbedelighted with the results you get. Calce so light and fine and velvety, so good-tasting. (And what a saving over uaing expensive cake shortening!) Pastry so tender and flaky it breaks at a touch of the fork, melts in irour mouth. Fried foods... u-m-m... io crisp and'delicate! Your family will i •; J**' 1 ^-:**!^. -.» IP J • G ' Haglund mtgT ------ "... 2-00 Tony Seller, labor ........... 30.60 -"• Clarence Schutjer, mtg ...... nhrl« Mrandt mtK - , ........... 8.00 Clarence Nemmers, labor ---Raymond Nemmers, labor ____ r - , W P SteMel mtg. ------ II" «•» John Govern, labor R P.' HanTen mil """i:: 8.W Qall Graden, labor K G. Bwoldt mtg. _________ , *•?» Chris Bauman, labor . F Krlethe mtg. 12.00 13.50 6.00 18.00 15.00 Clayton Johrison, labor ______ 21.00 -,,..I,._. -- -'-_— -&£ Store, prov." "" 4660 H_- rt Fa rmera' Exch., fuel ™ u " Farmers Elevator, fuel O. P. McDonald, fuel W. A. Murray, fuel " .36.00 G W Bleich mtg ' " 4.00 H. R. HaVs. labor _„..:„": 16.00 G - woiuv'mYgf _:::::::::: «» ».•—«• -•-- •--Robinson, mtg. _-<JJ • mtg. _ V. Craig, laibor 36.00 Wlllard, labor Bl.OO 4.00 Clarence E. Huff, labor 164.40 - - - - - gg.66 - • . , ' mt' ----------- 4 -°» Archie Dodds. patrol ......... M N Phillips mtgT - «•«• Harry Helmke, patrol ;:;;::: ,139.16 T P Prteraon mtl 7.00 Bert Shellmyer, patrol 87.60 Tnhn Von Ba^k. mtg '•»' Tom Weir, patrol 87.60 T T Tchorson mtS I-* 9 ^"»- *"• Oronbach. f£tnl~." ».» H Llndl rnrt W» Joe N. Baser, patrol 87.85 H. Llnde.rat. 4W Hubert Mergen. petrol ""^I 87.60 ""mtiT" 4-00 Ed. Fuchsen, patrol _•_•_ 86.00 mw. , _. ._ Merkle, patrol 88.90 - - • 100.00 101.60 85.76 , _ Farmers Elevator, fuel O P. McDonald, fuel _." ---- . ?« W. A. Murray, fuel __ -------- tRM Mrs. Augusta Belli, care ..... 1500 K. D. James, sup. »«n C. H. Schrader. rent"::::"— »M H. A. Nelson, rent _- ..... g«0 -~"" , _ . D Blxby, rent J. H. Sheridan, rent P MhrUtnson ft ' *•» Wm _ -' BuralnRhatia "mtgT ----- *•* mte ---- *•«• _____ _ . mu ------ "' *•«• Clifford Holmes patrol ...... 98.26 ~" ------- 4.00 M. L. Worby, patrol ______ ___ 99.69 _, McDonald, patrol ______ Mlller . . . , _ mtY ------- 8-°» Peter Movlck, patrol ------ Pettlt - 86.80 , __ Martin Grlese, rent .. *-.. B. Chlpman, transp. 1342 C. B. Chlpman, amb. serv?"" 450 DTSTtt-tCrr NO. S " S. & L. Store, sup. ___ ____ 4,(H Dr. Mlnkel, med. WH Dr. MdNerney, med. _ io.«» Appelqulat Oroc., prov. 1076 ''red C. Huettner, prov. 43 •haves Sisters, prov. ' 3. R. Smith, prov. _ tlomster's prov. farmers Elevator, fuel 133( V. A. Smith, rent 200( Board Auditor's ODfice, May 1, 193». 9:00 o'clock a. m. 'Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment present. with all members i tell you about the |t Life Insurance [pany'i new Farm i Plan. Low rates, a repayment plan, Fund Safety Motion by Morris and. seconded by Cowrrove that Helken be appointed to make repalra on the following Drainage Districts: No. 166, No. tea No. 90. No. 31. No. 80, No. 27, No. 12, No. 82,-and«No. 3. Ayes: All. • Motion by Cosgrove and seconded by Helken that" Morris make necessary; repairs on the following Drainage 7-Mstrlcts: No. 4, No. 2, E. P. K. Tri No. 84, and No. 100. Ayes: All. Motion by Heiken and seconded by Morris that Fraser be appointed to make necessary repairs on Drainage Districts No. 105 and No. 2. Ayes- Coyne mtg : "~" 8.00 Raymond Bierstedt, patrol 80.86 JCollasclT mtg" :~ 8.00 Melvln R. Hawks, patrol ._ 82.25 Anderson "rhU 6M 3 - M - ^"B- P atro1 - gt66 .«. pS«»tri>m mtg" 6.00 .-Earl Earing,-patrol __ „ ' 83.30 ftlchlrd I Anderson; mtg: ~ 6.00 Jay Godden, patrol . 66.00 Richard I. Anaerson.miB. — 6.00 Reinder Krominga, patrol 92.76 G. Coiweil, mig. Wilbur A.-Fisher, patrol 94.58 Albert Brand, rent 40.« Henry Kline, rent ... to.OI .87 6.41' 65.63 Perennial Peppergrasa, R u a • to n Knapweed, shall adopt a program of weed destruction, prescribed by the Weed Commissioner, which In five years may be expected to destroy and will immediately keep under, control such .infestations of said primary noxious weeds. 3. That all weeds other than primary noxious weeds, on all county trunk and local county roads, and between the fence lines-thereof shall be mowed by the - adjoining .property owner, to prevent need production, on or before July 16th, 1939. .4. That if the owners or persons in possession or control of any land in Kossuth county fall to comply with the foregoing orders, the Weed Commissioner shall cause this to be done and the expense of said work, tnclud- JoeVRahe, mtg. : -Geo.'-'E Butterfleld.rmtg. .".B' Kelly, mtg: -—:— J. J. Anderson, mtg. Wm. Oldenburg, mtg. L. W. Ehrlch, mtg -J— R. O. Larson, mtB, EdW. R. Mawdsley, mtg. Henry Elscheld, mtg. : James P. Block, mtg. — Carl Hutchins, mtg. Rich Potratx, mtg. rkll/Il -TVH***-*! "»*0* _.------.-.-— . [^ Ijouis Hackbarth, mtg. »•"> C. W. Elbert, mtg. Martin Meyer, mtg. jnaruu «i^.jc., i»ve,. -~. -ft Prank Cla,psaddle, mtg. »•«{ A. A. -Schlpull,, mtg. »•"" G. P. Chambers, mtg. »•"" H. :C. Allen, mtg. ( v__~;;z;* -SB-K Oliver "Young,: -patrol _;]""ZI - 81.66 Lem Stockwell, patrol 96.26 J. E. Falk, patrol 112.40 Robert Wood, patrol 88.61 Elmer Ewlng, patrol 104.8( Hugh Butterfleld, patrol 102.90 Hoelf E. Miller, patrol _._ 81.30 Ed Baker, patrol ...1 96.8 Clyde Sanders, patrol 98.3 J. H. Montgomery, patrol Sl.-i Verne Mollnder, patrol 97.66 4.00 C. H. cooper, labor 43.06 4.00 Dick Baade, labor 44.1 8.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 W. W. Rlngsdort. mtg. _ «-w Rhisaell Shipler, mtg. -«-w E. O. Mann, mtg. : Isadore Mayer, mtg. — E. J. Palmer, labor 8.00 Geo. mtg. 8.00 8.00 AU. ' . __ '. . ing costs of serving notice and other Motion by Cosgrove and seconded ^.^ if ^y to ^ aaaeesea against - ^ by Pra_er that the 1938 taxes be SUB- the , and and the ownere thereof. , a liberal pre-pay[privilege, no com* i appraisal, or title costs to the DWCC. It's worth Bg. Representative i this territory CHISON & HOUOH i Lows, and iMWftvee SUt« Bank Bldf . JUgoBa, Iowa IE EASY WAY. [SUCCEED WITH pended on Lot la, 'Block .13, Whltte- { 5 more Incorp. and Lot 1, Block 6, irv- ls : Ington That the County Auditor be and , e-^y directed to cause notice of as recommenaeo oy : th(J makmff an a entering of the fore- m in, 1 "' *iM-vr§f*i <* D _,*,***,•--»-••-'•-——— — •• State Board of Old Age Assistance, Motion by Fraser and seconded by Hetken that. John Becker be given an atitemerit on »1800.00 valuation for 1938 tax paid on HV4 of .Section going order by one publication In each of the official newspapers of the county. Ayes: All. Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraser that Kossuth county, Iowa, ueo. u lll|w ' «iv&. - M John Arndorfer, mtg. JM» Geo. B. Ludwlg, mtg. A. B. Lappe, mtg. .—Albert McCarthy, mtg. __ Chas. Plathe, mtg. John Frideres, mtg. 35, Township 94, 'Range 29, reason fiaiam lll«r_- l.-%-\JB -2v-k.(t wwvi>mi._r, -*.v .. •—i i ->—«, - — •• , -- accept from the Algona Klwanls club, Sim Leigh, mtg. 4.00 4.00 4.00 junil r-nucica, ...to. —_- —• .^ Henry Btorman, mtg. ;_- *-J" John Bormann, mtg. »•<» 0. R. Johrison, mtg. — *•«• 1, P. Engesser, mtg. : _•»" L. C. Cast, mtg. :—Chris Dahl. mtg. _, Henry J. Kohlhaas, mtg. H. A.. Warmbler,. intg. .. : William Meyer, labor 33.C Ralph WeiBbrod, labor 12.( Leander Vaake, labor 24.'i J. Keller, labor S6.( Leo Delperdang, labor , 44.( L. G. Eckholm, laibor 33.00 •foe & Sjogren, sup. Sub Division of Aid to BUmf'- blind- aid Lu Verne .Public SchoofsT"gas < • for'W. P. A. cars Jots-ford Lumber, Co., sup.. _" • • Paxson Se. Paxson,''premium" John McEnroe, rent POOR PARMT John Henning, labor 50.00 rave about then!;*;Try Spry today. See iow*"cr£_nTy-, easy-id 1 mix, how white. You'll love thi* purer ihortening! In 6-lb., 3-lb.and Mb. earn •AMD MOWN MtAO swdb *• s«w mr wmy IM cups sifted IcupralttM flour 2 eggs, well 2M teagpoonssoda beaten 1J4 teaspoons nit, _ cuptnarmilk Hcuptutar Mcup Sory, ZcupsGnhara . melted flour M cupmoUnes Sift flour, soda, salt and SUM together. Add Graham flour and mix well; add raisins and mix. Combine beaten eggs, sour milk, melted Spry and molasses. Turn liquids into dry Ingredients and stir vigorously until all flour is dampened. Pour batter Into 14 x 9 x 2- Inch pan greased with Spry. Bake in moderate oven (350* F.) 35 to 40 minutes. Notice how «**r<j-delicious and tender this brown bread Is—and how wonderfully easy to make this new Spry way. (AB mtanrmmts in Mil rtciH ft\ fCUpanrffovslhi- Spry recipe) The new, purer Clarence Zumach, labor __ _ __ 16.00 Arnold Detperdang, labor ___ _ 40.25 Olaf Oftedahl, laibor _________ 13.36 Merwln Marlow, labor ______ _ 3.60 Bertha Dettman, labor _ 4.00 Foster Furniture Co., sup. 123.22 Botsford Lumber Co., sup. 34.S6 Pratt Electric Co., sup. ______ 3.00 H. E. MoMurray, labor 98.70 Prank L. Miller, light serv. _ 15.03 F. S. Norton & Son, sup. __ 5.24 Moe .& SUogren, prov. _______ 35.85 R. A. Clark, prov. ___________ Cut Rate Groc., prov. ___ Fred Park, misc. exp. Geo. W, Banwart, laibor _____ . Swift & Co., sup. ____ ________ 56.38 Howard Hardware, sup. _ __ Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup. __ : ___ MoCormlck Deerlng Store, aup. L. Markla, labor ____________ Iowa State Bank, sup. _______ 43.11 Hobarton Elevator, sup. _; ____ 153.8! Herb. Furst, sup. , ______ _ James Kelso, labor __________ 49.00 Heyo Boekelman, labor ___ _ __ 48.75 Aaron Smith, labor _________ 46.00 Walter L. Johnson, labor _• ___ 19.50 Mllo Patterson, labor _ ______ 6tOO> Pete Haines, laibor H. C. Allts, labor 6.00 6.00 to Koasuth. county, a deed' John P. Bormann, mtg. _. 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 8.00 Jerry Ukena, laibor 30.00 S. F. Blome, mtB " " error by Board of Review In placing i of conveyance an-abstract to a seven Louis Anderson, mtg. _; ." J-JJ valuation on real'estate assessment. an(J one .half acre parcel of land in Guy B. Risk, mtg. j-jgr AVM: AH. ^ , . . Section 25, Township 96, Range 29, Lee W.Kessel, mtg. |.00 Motion by Helken arid seconded by w | tn all agreements approved by this ° -^ ">«"». mtir. e.™ Coigrove that the following road I>e- Board as of Resolution now on file tltloris be placed on file: No. 483, No. m Au d lt or' s office. Ayes: All. 484. No. 486, and No. 486. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraaer and seconded by Motion by Helken and seconded by. Helken that the bounty on European Cosgrove that 1600 Soldiers' Exemp-, starlings be set at 5c per bird, effec- tton be approved on the WJ4 of_SB% tlve May 1st, im_ Ayea: _A11 G. W, Gunder, laibor 3.75 Andrew Pederson, labor 16.50 Clarence Dlers, labor ; 12.00 A. .A., Schlpull,.,labor 16.00 J. H. Purst, labor 11.60 Peter N. Thilges, labor 32.86 A. K. Johnson, labor • 5.00 Earl Stott Hardware, sup. 12.91 Root Hardware, sup. 7.93 Prank Cook, sup.. 53.26 _-•!•»• - _ "• - "•• Lfla , . _________ ___ 4.5( K. D. Tames, sup. _____ _ _____ 13.31 Roy Sherman, sup. __ _ ______ _ Concrete Products Co., sup. __ E. J, Palmer, labor _________ 24.2! Fillmore C. Nursery, sup. ___ 4T.94 •RIEaOLVED: That the County Auditor Is hereby authorized and directed to Issue warrants for all bills allowec at this meeting as "per Schedule o Claims Hereinbefore Written." .There being no further business a this time It was moved and seconded that the Board adjourn to 10 o'clock a. m. May 27, 1939. Ayes: All. , W. E. MdDON'A'LD, Chairman E. S. KINSBT, County Auditor Section 8," "Township 99, (Range 2». Motion by 'Morris and seconded by Ayes; All. . . Fraser that May 27th, 1989, at 11 Motion by Morris and seconded by o'clock a. m., May 27, at the Court Praeer that a pauper's notice be House in Algona, Iowa, be date and served on Roy Anderson and family, place for letting of contract to paint Ayes: All. .the County Farm buildings. Ayea: Motion by Cosgrove and seconded a n t bv Morris that $3500 be transferred on motion board proceeded to Audit from the Temporary School Fund t° and Allow bills as "per schedule of the General County Fund in accord- claims hereinafter written." ance with Sec. No. 4507 of the 138> COUNTY POND Code of Iowa: Ayes: All. Mutual Fire and Tornado As' Motion by Morris and seconded by soo i a tlon, premium $ Fraser 'that the date for gravel jet- Treasurer of State of Iowa, use ting be set for June 13th, 1939. at 2:00 irtax o'clock p. m. at the Court House '"city O f Algona, light serv.,,..-. Altrona, Iowa. 'Ayes: All, Northwestern Bell Tel. Co,, Motion by Helken and seconded by te i s^y. Morris that the date for letting of Bancroft Register, printing .. Roy Burgeson, mtg. O. L. Thoreson, mtg, Tom Reed, mtg. Henry Tjaden, mtg. .: John Byson, mtg. "... _ 6.001 Lalng & Muckey, sup. 8.051 A. H. Borchardt, "sup. mtB 4.00 Federal Spark Plug Mfg. Co., mtg. _ 4fl|) aup -__. . 4.001 Peterson Garage, sup. 4.M I Nctsoa {Bros., sup. 1.63 1.63 - 2.80 11.26 6.25 iXX)NOMY SATISFACTION use Double Tested!DoubleActionf BAICIN POWD SamePriceTodayasWYedrsAqo 25 ou nces for 254 Full Pack •••No Slack Filling MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT .56 10.06 61.01 68.70 77.48 contract for county shed be net f °r George Baas, assessing ------ 139.00 June 13, 1939, at 10 o'clock a. m. at H elen McEnroe, salary ------ 6.00 the Court House, Algona, Iowa, Leon Larson, bounty ------- 21,75 Hollls Benschoter, rate" ! " 11.001 Gamble Stores,. sup. r _ m .L 4.00 Dutch's Super Serv., sup. mtg. 4,«» Kohlhaas & Spllles, sup. i*-'S_I^£ mTi ~ : 4i« Arn S o,d K Ml>ro d rVpTlV.--s-up. ___ •iert-C^^Tar^lp.-::::::: 5 '« Mo a enk nl M & oto1 n Ser? ^tor«e P Wm. Oldenburt, quar. exp. — R! ? B Uken SUP storage ~ Chas. Normann, qua. exp. — 6.3o J. B. "j?" t » up - -• quar. exp. 4.001 L. A. _MarKia x sup. Sales Leader-Performance Value Leader- Casey oasc . .. " e EI««: V^tboCJ J-n_'«-'fJ( ..».——-, __._-- _____ Casey Loss, bd. and lodg. prls. r- L. A. Wlnkel, office exp. J H. Welch Printing Co., sup. INSTITUTE FUND R, W. Eaton, conduo. Central States Electric Co., Ayes: All. . . . Motion by Morris and seconded by Fraser that Ellck MoArthur be appointed Weed Commissioner for Union Township as by request of Town- sh'n Trustees. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Cosgrove that Mav mh, at 10 o.'clnok a. m, at the Court House In Algo»a, Iowa, be date and place set for hearing of Koasuth County proposed Secondary Road Districts. Ayes: All. Motion by Helken and seconded by Morris that the following Resolution I RESO-JUT-'ON FOR D-3STOIUCTION , OP NOTOious waaEoa TO AXUL PROCPIOBITY ------assessing.. w. Sullivan, P. M., postage 112.00 6.00 Kossuth Co. Agrlc. prop. BE IT RJSSOlfVBD, by the Board W, Elbert, assessing __ 78.00 „.,_.„* Elbert, assessing 131.00 Lucille Dole, salary H w.09 Wesley Bernhard, assessing _ lg.00 Mary K, Sands, salary »•«> Evelyn A. Dole, salary "•»> Oscar Prandle, assessing 3116.00 W. G. Flalg, assessing ___._.- 40.00 36.27 12000 Ittiwutjra, «a—*^-o«»,es ___._ —™ '*": U.IIB Myers, bounty Jf.00 Otto Wolf, assessing 1J8.W Alton Pettit. bounty „ Dorothy T. Shatto, salary — p. H. Mescher, assessing ... COURT FUND 58.611 Central States Electric Co., M.ll light serv, H. J. Braley, sup. __ Sup. Treasurer of Koasuth County, taxes assessing Gene C. T.' Chutolb, bailiff — ; __: ----- »• Katharine MoEvoy.^coats .... ,B Geo. W. Godfrey, indem. cat- 1000,00 Standard Bearings Co., f I Fort Dodge. Machine & 1 Co., sup. . __—— — Sioux City Iron Co., sup. _.__ I Iowa. Machine & Sup. Co., sup. I American Hoist & Derrick Co., 9.97 1.02 8.19 43.39 73.00 43.72 84.S3 THATS CHEVROLET* No offer cor comUio* all I**** famou* rootw*s 1. UCtUflVI VACUUM eiAiMin. 9. NIW AUO-STMAM STVIINO, NIW •OMIS »Y PIIHII. '• BMT- "- FUND Katharine MtoEvoy, clerk's ^ 167.00 55.62 69.27 Casey fees , ---- of Supervisors Iowa: of Kos.uth county, That purouant to the provisions of Charter IX. Acts of the 47th General Assembly, it Is hereby ordered: 1, That each owner and each person In the possession or control or | any lands In Kossuth county, shall 75.00 112.00 r, n, J»ACOV»*C», tM*BWM*"..q, — -- ^^ »» Eleanors F. Potter, assessing. 131.00 Roy , M. Pehrson, assessing „ . 87.00 Henry C. Nelson, assessing .. 1 " om Advance Puibllshing Co., printing __________ ------ , R H. Beardsley, assessing — D. O. Gardner, assessing ---- ,„. b.urn7 o'r otherwise destroy noxious weeds thereon, as 139.00 44.89 420.60 139.00 120.00 O H. Cttzmeyer, cornm. fees__ P. A. Danaon, cotmm, fees Donald Palmer, witness fees.. Roy E. Hansen, listing dogs coNsrmiucTiON PUND Botsford Lumber Co., sup. Advance Publishing Co., printing ~ :—-,-T.l C & N. W. R y Co., freight — H, M. Smith, salary 13.T5 7.66 29.23 166.17 4.10 41.26 50.05 \\\\\ ba« cootaiai ttur f . fe-at said lands any otb.er streets or. Ian* upmfi weeds shaJK such in D. C. Ellis, assessing , __ Ida Larson, postage .... L. C. Hutchins, assessing — Sleg Ft. Dodge Co.. sup. " Auto Electric Co., sup. Western Laboratories, 1S.8» I »up. ; , 300 Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co., aup,_ 8.00 Gate City Iron Works, sup. __ 210 Sargen,t Machine Co., sup. — ' Magneto Carburetor & Electric 9.80 iCo., sup. _ — D, A. Lubricant Co., sup. _-__ 26.01 Balbach Co., sup .— Delegard Tool Co., sup ,— w.90 66.32 Swaney Oil Co., sup. ______ 60.47 2.20 Globe Machine & Supply Co., 260.00 SUP. _.__ _,_-_-_.__-_--- ^-2§ Keuffel B. J. sup. .— Wheeler I IfltlDDlV UO.. SUP. _.. 40.00 ' kxm PUNO DISTRICT NO. t Dr. Baslnger. med. ___,, _ 6.88 such growth of _. shall render the ,ys adjoining said o travel.V Noxious or operwlse de- 'f before thj j ^BjlwlMr ps, and S often neceaaary 'to prevent seed Produ bA*<*. ^*_.-—, — - —*-——_ as. Morris, comm. and sea- p. J. Hefken,"~ooniim. and ses- W. °E. J£a3onaId,""oonwnT '"'* session _—-— -g W. S- Cpssrove, conwn. and 201,75 217.S6 n_._ 1T1.90 ' _,»•«._•-•••••-•••»" j. H. Frasir" oomm, and ses- John* HiVuFoyn"asseiatog"-- Wm Hammer, assessing ._ ^»T£ wau »iL|ia» _..i^te«t/ ----- «p^ Creep,,* jenny, Wild C^ 1^^^-^,5^:: ' ---- Dr. McCreery, Dr. Wallace, med. _-—--,---Mrs. J. E.'Scribner, pare ., Mrs. Fred Perga,nde, care _ B. W. Geelan, prov. Joe Muto Groe, Concrete Prod. (JorP-j «W< ., Dr. No, T-_ prov. , , -t, prov. rv _._ Klneeth & Son, proy. „__ - M ««. Master's GTO.O., prov. -_ ^.00 John Waldron, prov. ,- «•« 8.00.Moe & SJogren, prov. mM It's first in *aU»..jo*t as it's first in aeceUration .. first in hill-climbing.. first in all-round valu* I O/ CotWM, tt'« the aalM leader! Of courts* over half a miUioQ 1939 Chevrolet* bave been aold, and the demand |a iteadlly lncreat.mil . *, Becauee people eferywhere definitely know that Chevrolet !• the style leader^the performance leader —the value leader among all can In iltc pfio0 Mfftfa^y VWt your Chevrolet dealer and buy tin car that'a *rat in aaleaand •rat in vpto»-*-« ww l»3' Chewoletf • i. fUriCTU NVNAU. UC MAKIS. *. NWOMUVATION CAB" viiiMurr. 1, ri-riCfID KNII. ACTION IIMN* ITS. TIM WITH IMMOVIO Oirr HALF A MILLION 1939 CHEVROLET'S sulit to iluti'. s —~ •. rwin TOP. t. nONT-IM» ITAM. noN. II. HAN* tlAKI "'owe*? •"***" 14. IXCLUflVI eilM CHAUlf If, MK9 WNHMM. ftnSW^-7 Creeping jenny, ww v^| 55, TJogey, wses^: .™,,, -jjg ^ n ^c^fc":;:;;:!;; **%, ||joft *J®£ I jj£ 3&» 4, JiUjr m 1-39. for Horn' ^»y .*$»*&£&&& gttKh^wS *»>r .„ 7.00 SSgS^BrWSS \T,. ^SS^^^^^Sf^^ 11 ^^5fes ^J^SSS&^^^ w.l°^rt?l«|fe-;:;: t%» j^S^SfyKzzz - $'^&|&j&ri£ l ^S&Hfej .I^SCiliV::: H £!?^* * A * • *' ^ . . . / ~ij)%'«/) •' •*',? ' !*«'" i***'*" **'"" ( y« - otor Co

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