Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 23, 1939
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CITY STATEMENT , r (j t•^^K^^^^j^^-'" -•••'- • : '" -- J-_. ... RBPOMOF March 31, 1939 ' the Information given in this (Schedule Is complete -••-•*— 'nd belief. ADAH CAiRLSON, City Clerk. .ted tut 16 ' 19891 RECEIPTS From April It 1»3», to March 31, 1939 ...< D Total 7,920.00 lfl,-*5.00 107.80 B Gr. Total Doctor Roadman Speaker at Lakot DIPLOMAS FOR * 18 GRADUATES ARE PRESENTED Total 706.04 Beer Lloense -i_.~ 228.16 12.000.W 200.27 70C..M i.aoo.oo 3,350.00 103.00 E2S.1S 12,000.00 200.27 Total 16,786.46 16,78046 l!i.78G.4C 68«.7S GSC.7S -- 18,376.75 8&2.S3 7,936.89 GOO.OO fires ; • I'; ; Total 3,048,00 2-ffi.OO 1.W2.68 • 3,348.00 .» MB,flpBJ63 : » •' 8,619.72 $ WO.OO 8,000.33 Bonds Total. t, i tntal of receipts for year ending March 31st, 1939 $ 183,371.72 Brand . EXPENDITURES From April' 1, 1938, to March 31, 1939 . ,. , -..-••..;>,,•.• •'•• A ' B C Salaries Better- and ments or Mlscel- Wages Outlay laneous Total Grand Total Audits „ Printing am Legal Expense Elections •;=.-"• Municipal League Expense . • 10B.13 800.00 793.14 400.00 BG.96 90.00 &39.00 WO.OO 400.00 132.09 30.00 644.13 Total protection of Life and Property- Police Department ,„,, ^, Fire Department 1,716.46 Total „ — :' 1>,870.43 Health Department- Sewage and Disposal .Plant, Sewers- ____ Refuse and Garbage Disposal. Miscellaneous ._._.. 2,050.10 2,894.23 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA PAGE THRBB SECRET WEDDING OF TEACHER AT ARMSTRONG REVEALED AT LUNCH Total 1,459.12 Street Department- General Bxpenne ... Street Cleaning : Paving 1,199.13 . Street Grading Snow Removal Total Municipal Industries- Water Works ; Electric Light Works _ "Parks and Bathing . Beaches CPool) ^ Library '_ •__ Band Total fieneral.Bonds and Specials- Municipal Industry Bonds ._ Miscellaneous Total Miscellaneous- Transfers ; Refund Deposits _r.-.•_ 4,164.96 1,715.46 6,870.43 M9.06 259:66 ,550.41 1,459.12 1,043.18 8,622.68 1,199.13 ' 44,66 507.G4 11,417.19 7,182.48 21,092.65 735.13 1,150.00 30,666.16 Bonds Paid 1,000.00 6,248.30 7,246.30 ransfers 12,000.00 5,898.20 5,898.20 487.40 487.40 7,404.44 75,701.92 19.30 83,126.06 Interest Paid 6SO.OO GSO.OO Refunds 970.98 1.0H.20 l,«M.4a 2,318.61 229.21 25.00 2M.21 1 ,525.38 3,322.tiO 4.847.SS 8,3«9.GI 45.800.39 3,231.42 3,524.67 1.33 60,917.44 Mlscl. Interest 5.169.18 8.SBS.06 14,087.24 S78.26 284.66 550.41 1,713.33 2,568.66 12,432.48 1,199.13 44;6ti 507; W 16.7K.47 22,9f.6.56 148,094.86 3.975.S5 3.!i24.«7 1,151.33 174,703.27 Total 1,680.00 6,248.30 7,928.30 Mlscl. 12,000.00 970.9S Lakota, May 22—Commencement exercises vrere held at the sehoot auditorium last week Tuesday evening, and 18 seniors received diplomas. The Rev. A, P, Boese gave the invocation, and a boys' glee club sang two numbers. The address was given by Dr. Earl A. Roadman, president of Morningside college, who used as his subject, Called From Fear to Duty. Among other thoughts Doctor Roadman stressed "courage for tomorrow." He told of the change in economic condition from 1921, about the time the 1939 high school graduates were 1 born, to 1939 conditions. The American people then thought they had Ju.et.lhT- ished'a-great war wnioft would .end wars, but we know today that we were wrong, for the world today is full of fear of another war. The speaker also dwelt on the repeal of prohibition and what it means to the young people of today. The girls' glee club sang two numbers, and Superintendent Grabau presented awards to 11 pupils neither absent nor tardy during the last year: Roger Ronald, and Marylin Meyer, Dale Gornt, Betty Kienitz, Dorothy Schroeder, Margaret Boese, Mabel Roelfsema, Genevieve Brewer, Irene Wirtjes, Elvene RippenLrop. Paul Ukena, who was valedictorian, achieved an average grade of 94 31-327o in his four years, and Kathryn Berschman was a close second, with 94 29-32%. The graduate? other than the two just named were: Patricia Wood-worth, Viola Thaves, William Smith, Edna Leslie, Delia Grace Kline, Ivan Kaphengst, Kenneth Bargar, George Ailts, Annie Bauman, Helen Behrends, Clarence Boettcher, Esther Buckels, Lois Gingrich, Norma Heetland, Velma Heetland, and Adele Johnson-Mulverhill. •' Armstrong, May 22—Announcement of the secret marriage of Margaret G. Twedt and Flyrin Mitchell of Armstrong, Was made Saturday at a one o'clock luncheon at the parental in Estherville. 'Mrs. Mitchell is the oldest daughter, and Mr. Mitchell is a son of the E. V. Mitchells, of Maple Hill. They were married Wednesday evening, December 21, 1938, at the home of the bride's parents in Estherville. The Rev. L. A. Mather, pastor of the Esther- vllle Lutheran church, read the ceremony. The mothers' of the couple were attendants. Present at the marriage ceremony were only Immediate relatives of the couple. Following the ceremony the couple spent a two- weeks' honeymoon in Chicago. Table decorations for the lunch^eon we^-e yellow and white. Place- 'cards w^re white with gold letter- ing'and a bouquet of yellow tea roses was in the center of the ta)le. A yellow satin ribbon extended from each placecard to each of Armstrong school for three years and attended Estherville Junior college. Mr. Mitchell is bookkeeper in the Mayfair Oil Co. in Armstrong, Olaf Twedt's where the couple will Hve in the Robinson apartments. Party for Basketball Girls- Thursday evening Donna McCreary, local basketball coach, was hostess to the basketball team at Barney Duffy's. The igirls enjoyed a scavenger hunt and the three girls winning are: Donna Miller, Shirley Peterson, and Marie Irmiter. Following the hunt a Floras two hours town, because of fie. to get out of congested traf- SPECML — NEW ROYAL PORT- able typewriter at close-out price of $45 cash. Regular $64.50 value. Ideal for graduation gift. Never been used.—Inquire I. G. Dewel, at the Advance office. g37 Lakotn Collegians Win Honors— Lakota college students won special honors last week. Calvin Ukena, freshman at.the University of Dubuque, was appointed associate editor of "The Cue," student publication, arid Fern Lewis also of the Dubuque "U," served as one of the attendants <tf the school's queen at a May fete Sayde Patterson, of Upper Iowa university, has been elected one oi two "pepsters." Miss Lewis am Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats will be graduated from the University oi Dubuque with B. A. degrees. Warburton Boys Store Building— Harry Warburton has purchase< the building across the street e.as from the postoffice and is having it remodeled for his grocery store He and his wife will live in rooms above the store. Harry has lunch was served iby the hostess. Daughter for the Hansens— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen are the parents of a six pound girl born last Wednesday afternoon. This is their'first.'child, and is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrsi 'Axel .-Hansen. lv .The .baby has been .named Judith -Joyce. ; • Other Armstrong News. Donna McCreary spent Wednes- .he roses; inside each flower was day evening with her parents at a tiny scroll which announced the I Bradgate, and attended the grad- secret marriage.' The guests were: the hojioree, Mrs. Olaf Twedt Mrs. E. V. Mit- ihell, Mrs. Robert Nichols, Alice Sunde, Wilson, Imogene Luella Knutsen, Lola iShaw, Lucille Schenck, Mrs. Edgar Price, Swea City, Maureen Harker, of Spirit Lake, and Dorothy Fear, Donnal McCreary, of Armstrong. Mrs. Mitchell has taught in the SENIOR PLAY IS GIVEN BY FENTON GLASS uation exercises of her sister. Arlene Johnson daughter of the Thomas Johnsons Jr., is visiting several weeks with relatives at Aurora, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen and daughter Joyce spent Sunday vis King relatives at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Robert Weigands is in Des Moines at the bedside of her uncle who -is critically ill. Fenton, May ,15^-The senior class ably. 'presented it s ciass play, "A Hen-Pecked Husband," or "Father Goes Domestic," on Thursday and Friday night, May 11-12, in '.He school gymnasium. Taking .part were Robert Vott- SSS5 -e illness of Mrs. Weisbrod's daugh ter, Mrs. Hugo Denker. Mrs. Denk er is now a patient in a hospita at Hull. Her condition i& abou the same. Thursday, word came that one of her lungis had been, tapped. ALGONIANS TO AMES NOTICE OF PEOBATE OF WILL No. 4508, n District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss, March term, 1939, To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That en nstrument of writing purporting o be the last Will and Testament of John L. Daub, deceased, dated January 12, 1939, having been .his day, filed opened, and read, tfonday, the 5th day of June, 1939, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District lourt of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the -day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified end; required to appear, end show'cause if ; any they have,'why said instrument should not be probated end allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 8, 1939. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOT, Clerk of the District Court, T. Holtzbauer, Deputy HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, Attorneys. 34-36 IN,' Lighten you home keeping work! Let m clean your drapes, curtains, rags and carpete. Free pick-up and delivery. FOR VEISHEA DOINGS Among Algonians who went to Ames May 14 for Mothers day with college sons and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. H. L.. Gilmpre, who guests of their daughter Bergeson, Sarah Burwash, Faith'! Mary Louise, State college soph- Finnestad, Lucille Meyer, Marjorie omore. The Gilmores were accom- Voigt, Ruth Kabelit'^, George panied by Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson, Peril, and Everett Mueller. |.who was a guest at her son Lew- The play was directed by Gladys i s ' s fraternity house. NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT In Probate. Notice of appointment of Administrator. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ARTHUR L. LOOK Deceased. In the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth County. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointe* and has qualified as Administrate of the estate of Arthur L. Look late of Kossuth county, Iowa, de ceased. All persons in any man ner indebted to said deceased "o his estate will make payment t< the undersigned; and .those'havin; claims'against said deceased or hi estate will present them in lik manner and form as by law re quired, for allowance and pay ment. Dated this 8th day of May, A. D 1939. CHARLES E. COKNWELL, Administrator of said Estate CHARLES E. CORNWALL, Attor ney, Mason City, Iowa. 34-3< Sleicher. Music was furnis'hed by the band under the direction, of WHliam Julius. Entertainment between acts was The C. H. Beardsley family went down for dinner with Junior Beardsley, freshman, and were accompanied by Mary Ellen .Halpin, a playlet by "Southern Minstrels," j who visited her sister Ida, a soph- and a song, "There's a Hole In the omore. ~ Old Oaken Bucket," furnished by, i n another auto 'load Total . 12,000.00 970.98 Grand total of expenditures for-year ending March 31st, 1339 __* 33fl,S4S.S2 CASH TRANSACTIONS Prom April 1st; 1938, to March 31st, 1939 Mi on hand April 1, 1938 * Add: Grand total of receipts for year ending March 31, 1939 —. otal to be accounted for ^ Jeduct- [a) Grand total of expenditures for year ending March 31, 1939 * E30,»».S2 Add: Warrants outstanding April 1, 1938 24083717 Ml Less: Wa"r"rants"outstan3TnB"March"3l""l9^"II $,473.68 '•> Total deduction - , ish on hand March 31, 1939 * REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS Total '*' Amount Amount Paid Amount UCTER OF OBLIGATION Outstanding During- Outstanding April 1, 1938 Year March 31,1939 pMieral Bond „ $ S8.000.00 $ • 1,000.00 $ 17,000.00 VALUATION OF PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAXATION On Assessment of January 1, 1938 Assessed ana Class of Property Taxab l e1 o VJ U"w Seal Property ? lS,-to4.i3 'ersonal Property " ' "" — 3,090.63 tailroad Property " 423 -°? telephone, Te!egrap"h","and"Express"CoinpanTeB".. SOT- 86 Bdtal Taxable Valueoan of All Property (except Moneys ami . „„ ]75 w Rial Taxable Total Taxable Valuation pf all Property .... valuation of agricultural lands In corporate •;*, limits subject I tax only, ; .760. of mills levied on agricultural lands (for road tax only), mills, .1. TAX LEVIES Made in August, 1938 Fun(1 ILevy in Amount of Levies $ 5,544.00 Mills 2.6 1.25 ated in the Mrs. Charles Thaves .building ever since he began business here in October, 1933. Swea Cityans Entertained Here— . Airs . Samuel Warburton was hostess to the Swea iCityW. C. T. U. : here last week Tuesday, tout because of sickness not as- many women as usual attended, though there were visitors from Lakota. See County Home Wreckage— •Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball, drove to Algona last week -Monday, and thence out to the county farm, to visit Manager and Mrs. Fred Parks and view the wreckage of the burned county home. Two Boys Obsene Birthdays- Bobby Ogren and Marvin Kie- r.itz had birthdays last week, so they combined to give a treat of cupcakes and pop to all pupils in the first and second grades, also to visitors. Brother of Jne. Smith Sick- Mrs. Henry Smith came one day last week, for a visit at her son John's. Her grandson, Ivan Smith, son of her son James, is critically sick in a hospital at Rochester. Ifelj! Bros. Lose (Jrandfather— The Melz brothers, Hugo and Alfred attended the funeral of their grandfather, W. M. Green, Tomah, __ were Mr. Esther Luedtke, Esther Kading, I and Mrs. B. P. Richardson, daugh- Laura Boettcher, Irene Laabs, and | ter Meredith, .Roland Larson, and Frank Schooy, and Mrs. D. L. Leffert. Mrs. Leffert called on her daughter Ha Mae, senior. Meredith, Roland, and Frank had -spent the week-end here and returned to Moths Will Park On Your Winter Garments - IF YOU LET THEM We think you don't want to play host to destructive moths during the Bummer. If you don't, send us your winter garments. We'll clean them and STORE THEM FREE OF CHARGE IN MOTH- SEAL, BAGS! The ELK Cleaners Phone 330 Norman and Perry Ruth Mae Kyhl. At the close the class song was given. Attend Algona Convention— Mesdames Philip Weisbrod, Elmer Weisbrod, George. r.Goetsch, Carrie' Voigt, Wilbur Holldorf, J. A.I-G. Smith, V. J. Tafcum, A. H. Meyers, W. P. Weisbrod, and Oliver Stoeber attended the district Methodist W. P. M. S. convention at Algona recently, and more than 40 churches in, the district were represented. Mrs. Ruth Eveland, of Pairfield, a former missionary in India, delivered .the address. Mrs. Alice Rigby Moore, of Trpton, who spent years in India and other foreign countries, was the principal afternoon; apeak- er. Shower Given for Bride- Mrs. Fred 'Hutchison, nee Blanche Voigt, was honored at a miscellaneous shower last week 1.25 , Removal *" 77 .5 ™ort Station""""" " "" " .125 Maintenance '^^^^^^^^1-,.-- •?„ Ubrary |»um aalns ~-~ - jf n& ----- — ——::::::::: .« 1,996.00 2.772.00 1,108.00 278.00 1,996.00 S32.00 2,772.00 499.00 1,685.00 1,386.00 1,108.00, 554.00 Town iad Drag:""-—--"— " "~l~"----"---- - ffi . Total HOUKT OF ON MABCH Slst, 1989 am „ Available and Subject to Check State Band ' '"''•' t r| i>; State~V_"_V_Y """ ""•'- —— '"' '"tha nff at a~ b ~we~~~statement" represents "the""total cash "'e >_iiy O f Aleona as of March Slat 1939, ° H. L. GIL-MORE, Treasurer. U8T OF OFFICER. AND GENERAL INFORMATION ["""laUon^w ° r Town - Algona. Date of first incorporation, 1872. Wer of (ceni>us of 1930), 396*. Date of second Incorporation, 186S. m. mi. in the corporation, 2. _.._., Salary Term) Per Annum Suit For - But Annupi plres _ taoo iwa <-arlson ... i,7« 19(1 j ^i V GlllDore *> ttfl 10.51 25,246.00 HAJTDS Amount $ M,819.09 45,00000 to the Term Ex- W. B( Ha-WCQtt H. >t. Harris Frartk Kohlbaas ,— J. F. pvermyer — A. HuenbolcT L. 8. Bohjwmon plres Ifttt 1941 1941 1*0 1911 194a vwmmi* AS OF 1 Wis., one day last week. He was 87. Other Lakoto News. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar drove i Paton Thursday for a few days ;;h their daughter, Mrs. Connie Roelfsema,, who has been sick a ew weeks. Donald McCall, operator at the Royal 400 oil station on No. 9, was akeTi to Des Moines one day last veek to consult aneye specialist, BUFFALO CENTER BOY WEDS A LAKOTA GIRL Lakota, May 22—In a home wedding last week Tuesday at noon Eileen, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonhard Christ, north of town was married to Walter, son of Mrs. Bertha Sobn, Buffalo Center, the Rev. Mr. Boese, of St. Paul's Lutheran church here, ot- The wedding march was played by Arvilla Christ, sister of the aride, and th« couple was attended by Violet Ebrich, cousin of the bridegroom, and Arnold Christ, a brother of the tortde. The bride wore a blue silk chiffon gown and carried pink roses, and the bridesmaid wore a p}nk tece ; gown and carried snapdragons and roses- Both gowns were floor-length. A wedding dinner was served at U» fl «ne .pf the^ridj^f^ 8 ^ meml Tuesday evening at the Methodist church. The evening wasi spent at playing various games. Each guest contributed a favorite recipe for the bride's cook book. Gifts were then presented to the honoree, after which lunch was served by the following committee: Mrs. Chal- mei 1 Bonnicksen, of Bingsted, Mrs 1 . Paul Voigt, Mildred Wllberg, and Vivian Voigt. About 45 attended. Woman's Clnb in Program— The Woman's plub met last week Tuesday afternoon at Mm E. A. Weisbrod's. Mfls. W. E. Laage was assistant hostess. Roll call was answered by giving the name and description of an unusual wild flower, Alter the close of the program and business meetimg Mrs. E, C. Weisbrod conducted a question and answer quiz. A two-course luncheon was then served. The club year will close June 13, with a theater party and luncheon at Algona. Surprised on Birthday- Mrs. Raymond Gremmels was pleasantly surprised Thursday afternoon on her birthday anniversary^ The afternoon-was spent socially, after which lunch brought by the guests was served. Friends and relatives attending were Blanche Mayer, Masdamee 'Arthur Bleckwenn, Otto Witte, George Bolte, Clara Gremmels 1 , Ted Tin- deland, and Fre4 Mortensen and her two children. Mailmen Hold Meeting— Kossuth Ruual Better Carriers and the Auxiliary met at Carl W. Priebe's Tuesday, May 9. The business meeting was in charge of 8. E. Strajey, Fenton, county president, and the Auxiliary meetfne was in charge of Mrs. L- H. Schenck, the county president, After cards and Chinker-Chek a lunch was served by the host and hostess. Pepew AW «-w— ***•• , . Mrs. Sam Skare entertained the Fenton "Circle ot the Depew Lutheran Aid Wednesday, May "" Thfei afternoon was spent worw —'" Guests were **"" *" studies. Two at Lu Verne Have Broken Legs 'Lu Verne, May 15—Stuart, son of Mr, and .Mrs. Arnold Sanders, had the misfortune to break his left arm last Wednesday as he caught his foot in a ;fence he attempted to jump and fell. Stuart is an accomplished pianist and plays the cornet in the school band so he will have a vacation from his music for a few weeks. Richard Miller, two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, is a patient in an Algona hospital, having broken a leg when he fell after pulling an anvil down while playing in the garage at the Miler home. It is pretty hard for so small a child to be kept in one position for such a long period of time. - • Wesleyans See the Swedish Royalties Wesley, May 15—Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Flora, daughter Gunhild, and Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flora Jr. Irove to Decovah a week ago Saturday to join the crowd of some 5,000 persons which greeted Norway's Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha. The Floms attended a public reception and program at the Luther college rymnasium, and Sunday attended .he church where the royal pah- worshipped. The town fairly mijl- ed with people, and it took the $1.17 Quart • F«r turf MM, that «• tub- {•cted to hard uugt. Out- •Mc-ttepi, p*rch-ftMn wtd c«m«nl. O*»d tut Mttcrn- m»tn liMlMim, to*. U Mton to chitM I rent. RICHARDSON'S FUENITUBE COMPANY A City Store With Country BUILD REPAIR^ REMODEL *nd Am Let us tell you about the ^€tna Life Insurance Company'! new Farm Loan Plan. 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