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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 26, 1984 ARMSTRONG GIRL WEDS SWEA CITYAN; RAY LORD NEW LEGION HEAD Other Interesting News From North Kossuth's Largest Community Sweft City: Miss Irene Sampson was married Sunday, Jnn. 7, to Fred But- terfleW at the Palestine Lutheran church parsonage at Huxley, Iowa, by Rev. Peter Buland. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and MrsrM. O. Sampson, former residents of Armstrong and is a graduate of the 1930 high school class of Armstrong. The groom J« ft son of Mr. and Mrs. George But- terfleld, prominent farmers near Swca City and Is a graduate of the Swea City high school In 1929. They will be at home on the Buttcrfleld farm south of Swea City on the place vacated by Harry Elmore. Mrs. B. li. Weaver, wife of a former minister, Rev. B. L. Weaver, is seriously 111 at Ruthven. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nangel of Chicago, a son. Mrs. Nangel was formerly Miss Virginia Nelson. Norman Anderson has been named as grand juror for 1934. Petit jurors ar Mrs. Cora Hutchinson and A. J. Ring er. The American Legion Auixillary wil hold a benefit card party at the Legion hall Thursday nght, Jan. 18. lie la Invited. The pub The Swea City high school basketball team won a thrilling victory on Ui> home floor Friday night when the; defeated Armstrong by a score of 2 to 35. Stanley Sweet, former assistant a the Swea City creamery, is now but- termaker at Mlnot, North Dakota. He was married in November to Miss Marie Honstad of Jasper, Minn. Miss Florence Roalson, daughter ol Roal Roalson, who has been employed at Des Moines the past year, left for H, W. POST Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 32-tf Miami, Florida, for an extended trip. She will act as companion for a woman from Dts Moines. Mrs. P. J. Helken returned Saturday from an extended trip to Los Angeles, California, where she assisted in the care of her aged father, the late J. O. Hatch, a pioneer of Kossuth county, who died at Los Angeles, December 24th. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg, Mrs. Ida E. Larson, Ray Lo: d and Herman Bowman attended a joint county Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Estfcervlllc Thursday evening. The Harrison 4-H club girls were entertained at the home of Miss Mavis Larson on Saturday. Mrs. Muriel Leaverton. H. D. A., was present and mapped out a program for the year. A canning demonstration was given. A health talk was given by Francis O'Connor and a clarinet solo by Mavis Larson. Ray Lord was elected commander of the American Legion to succeed Herman Bowman who resigned. Mr. Bowman has been commander the past year, and was reelected at the beginning of this year, and put one over of the most successful years in the history of the Legion. His successor, Mr. Lord, Is an ardent active Leglonalre, and will make a successful commander. The Swea City Legion post has met its quota of 42 members with three extra. The Swea City American Legion Auxiliary now has 48 members, their quota being 38. (Crowded Out Last Week) The Leo A. Ooetz family were Sunday guests at the home of her 1 sister, Mrs. Walter Lidhtcr at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and family spent Sunday at Irvlngton visiting he A. M. Lemkee family. The Royi,l Neighbor card and dance party scheduled for Tuesday night of his week was held Monday night inasmuch as a basketball game conflicted with the evening's entertainment. The card and dance party sponsored iy the St. Benedict parish was held his week Tuesday night, having been ostponed from a fortnight ago on ac- ount of bad weather conditions. Banns for the approachlntr marriage f Miss Leona Leonard to Louis Wln- ert were published for the first tlms t the St. Joseph's Catholic church unday by the Rev. A. J. Wagener. Mrs. Paul Erdmann suffered a heart attack Sunday while attending church services at the Methodist church and was taken to her home where she Is recuperating, though still in a very weakened condition. The Hutchins Bible study class which should have met last Friday at the home of Mrs. Oscar Johnson was postponed until this week Friday and will meet at the home of Mrs. Lester Larson. Mrs. Marion Paulson is the leader. The Wesley volunteer fire department responded to a call out to the August Studer farm about 9:30 Saturday night, and upon their arrival found no damage was being done, inasmuch as the cause of the scare was only a bad chimney fire. Orvllle Taylor and a sister of Illinois arrived here Thursday evening for a visit at the home of their brother, Roy Taylor. Their father, John Taylor, who is making his home with his son, Roy and family, has been ill and confined to his home a good share of this winter. Ralph Jansscn of Titonka and Aggo Jnnssen of Lakota were hore last week to visit with their sister. Mrs. Schutter at the Bertha Looft home. Mrs. Schutter's condition is improved and she remains confined to her bed. Henry Looft of Seneca spent Friday and Sat r urday at the home of his mother. Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Ferguson and Uiree children drove up from Cedar Rapids Sunday to ylsit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnson. Dr. Ferguson and their daughter who attends school at Cedar Rapids returned the same day leaving his wife and two sons. Jlmmie and John, here for a longer visit. Members and friends of the Congregational church met at the home of Mrs. Johanna Hanson Tuesday afternoon of this week for their first weekly prayer meeting It is planned to hold these once a week for the next coming seven or eight weeks, and will be held alternately in homes of members. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Paulson and Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow drove to Buffalo Center Sunday where they attended the ordination services of Rev. Nello Boongaarden, who will be pastor of the Congregational church there. Rev. Boongaarden has supplied at the church for the past two months in the absence of a permanent pastor. Marion Paulson from time to time during Holk<>n tlmt February IBtti. at 10 o'clock A. M. be fixed ns dftte for moetlnir of representatives of towTishlp trustees nnrt Bonrfl of Supervisor* to npprove ron<1 program for 1934. Ayes: nil. Motion by McDonald and second by Helken that $4.00 poll ti»T nsReMed to Krtwnrd Schneider. Union Tp. for the ypnr 1932 be abater! bcpntise of not be- InR of nice nt the time he was assessed. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald nnd second by Cosjrrnve that pauper notice be served on C. n. Chase: Verne Campbell, Mrs. Kdward Anderson and child; and Mr*. Dorothy Rhatto. Ayes: all. Motion by TTolken nnd second by Mc- !>»»nalfl thnt the following scale of w.ntrM he fixed for county employees: I'.Mtrnl foreman 3no. per 1 nnr; patrol I.Thnrnr 30e per hour; common ]ab- orrr Viftr r.pr honr; mechanic 4He per linur: (Irnpr-Hno operator $112.r>0 per month. Ayes: nil. Motion by Cosprrove and second by ITolken that HOc per mile be paid for dr:iKfrlnir ronils with four horses nnd •l^e pf-r liotir fnr mnn nnd team with 10r per hour for each additional horse. Ayes: all. Motion hy MoDoriftld nnd second t>] Conffrovc that cash allowance be flxe< as follows: Mrs. R. .1. Masters $10.00 per mrtnth: Mr*. Roswet! Hunt $S.OO par month; Mrs. Gene Cnylor $18.00 per month; Mrs B. M. Sarchett $8.00 per month rent for Mrs. Oene Caylor; Mrs W. O. Ke^phcr llB.OO per month: Mrs Emma Beard $10.00 per month; Mrs Eliza CMell. $10.00 per month: John D Mafirnxtsfion $1B.OO per month per contract; Mrs, Amos Klnney $15.00 per month: Oeo. Unken $5.00 per month Mrs. Martin Pecker $«.00 per month cnre of Catherine Becker; Albert Koppen $6.00 per month care of Becker hoy; John Folk $12.00 per month; Ebb Burhnnk $5.00 per month; Phil CnJIen $10.00 per month: Nels Peterson $15.00 per month per contract; Mrs. rat Cav- nrmiiRh $5.00 per month-; David w Rnmm $1500 per month per contract 0. \V. Gunder $10.00 per month per contract: Mrs. Christine Peterson $5.00 per month: Mrs. Kd Dnvlson $10.00 petmonth: Ed Goetsi'h $15.00 per month per contract: Mrs. Perry Thompson 112.00 per month. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Holltpn that followlns open ditch rlRht- nf-wny claim be Riven John Hancock Mutual T.lfe Insurance Co.: 191-9 IMO 19:11 l>r "in— F.K. N\V'i Pop. M.30I We Welcome the Creamery Visitors to Algona Dependable Wiring Eliminates Fire Hazard If the wiring in your home is antiquated, have us make it modern. DO YOU NEED FIXTURES? Come in and pick them out. today. Prices consistent with good woi'kmanship and merchandise. PRATT ELECTRIC Phono 170 Algona, Iowa. summer months also was In charge of Sunday services. The society page of the Sunday Register and Tribune carried a picture of Mrs. Thomas S. OilJCitson of tensing, who to Wesley folks Is better known as Miss Irma McGr? of Hurr>- fcoldt. Miss McGee taught music In the public school here last year and had a tea chin or position ncnr Port Dodge during the fall months. Miss McGee and Mr. Gilbertson were married at Decorah Saturday, December 30th, and the couple will make their home at Lansing. William Hutchison, who underwent an operation at his homt> in the north part of town Monday, January 8th, Is coming along nicely and expects to be able to be up and about again for the next week end. Their son, Frank and wife and two little daughters and another son, Elmer of Wilkie arrived home Saturday night to spend this week here with their home folks. They were accompanied to Wesley by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson who remained until Sunday for a visit with their daughter. Mrs. Ralph BtoU nnd son, OUflorA Johnson at Titonka. WESLEY SCHOOL NOTES Tlie Wesley basketball teams, last Friday evening, branched forth and won three games on their own court. The Wesley girls outclassed the Thompson girls 21 to 15. Wesley took the lead from the start and built up a margin the first half that enabled them to coast through the last half, though Thompson tried desperately to overcome the early lead. The boys' team won from Thomp- boys 26 to 3 In a contest that featured the defensive play of the entire Wesley team. Both teams were off color in :heir offensive play, especially the Thompson team who failed to garner more than three points during the entire game. The last quarter for Weg- ey was completed with the use of the •eserves. The evening was completed by a specially arranged game between the Titonka and Wesley town teams. The Wesley team using their height to a at advantage, easily outclassed the Titonka players by the tune of 35 to 11. F^ans of LuVerne officiated. 1 7 Years Proof Save with Safety INVEST WISELY— You do jubt that when you purchase shares in this Association. For your entire investment is secured by tho finest type of Fin>t Mortgages on good, local city property, all insured. And each and every Mortgage Is based on a very conservatively appraisal. In addition to ample security, you receive a good. yield regularly. The Algona Building and Loan Association iias from the date of iU organization in 1917 paid their regular scheduled dividends twice each year lor every yeiu- and these regular ftehetiuled dividends have never been less than C per ctnt on savings shares and 5 per cent on paid-up shares. Association is Looking for Good Conservative Loans on City Property. If yon Want to Build, Uemodd, Purchase a Home or Refinance Yuur Present Mortgage — See the Algona Building And Loan Association. You Can Start Your Savings Any With Any Amount. Time Our Association is State Supervised A Member of The Federal Hume Loan Bank The Algona Building & Loan Association 7 North Bodge St. Phoue 55. C. Ji. LaBarre, See 'y -Treasurer. 4-B-O-W BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's Oft'l,-,.. January It;, l'j;;i. in. I nf Sii|>i;rvlburs inia pursuant ljouiiiiuiriii willi nil member* lire t went. NVJIDKKAH, th.- orTli-tTii >,t II,,.- K',8- Mith i,'nuniy Kami Jjurcan Imvt- cerlt- In-il t.i tin- II,., u.l of Hii|ii-i-naor.s. Ko»=•11 Mi I'linnly, l.iwa, that s-ii,j ur>;.i;ii/a- linn ).,i < ^-ji) linnu Iiil<; MvmlHTs and t!;;tl tin- lints amount to $1U6U.UO. Th. r.-f.in-, .Sri-inm _"j;;u cif ia:ji c<>,1e • .f I'.wi iirnvlili'i, Id'-it tlift linnnl nf Sill" i '•'Kiiix. KnsMith f'ounly, Iowa .M.r.ll a|,|irii|u-iat|. In sal.l nruanlzat I, in I'n-in li." K<:ni ml fnnil of tit: cuntily u i-nin i.i.i In i-x.-i-.l a Imal nf %:, <iun Oil I!' 1 '•< Int-r. fun- rc.soUvil ti.at (his K...H-.I ..f Sni>.TVi-..t... nr Ku.-Mitl, iVun- t v. I-.*,t niTi-ny a|i|.i "jin, ill: t.i th .-.ii'1 ni ..'iini/alniii th.- sum i,f }J iinli 0 a» |iti. vnli.it In sai.l S.-i-linn L"J:;IJ nt 1S31 c.,,|.. ,.[ I,.-.-. AI|..|,I.-I| H.I.- :-ji\. .l 1 '-• . I il. ll li.-r. by ie.,oK-cd hy tl,c k'o.-ciit! '''•tin!., iioard of Super vigors In bes- nil.u aSM'inbied this JDth day of Jall- u.iry, 1'jril, pursuant to the. Act* of the. i.".tb <i. A. nl tin- Stale of Iowa Uat li.c .-Mlrnatefa of expc'ilhe be placed on )il. ami the amount which tat h parti- <u!ar officer cbtimateii for 11KJ4 be I'ounly Auditor J6 500 1'i.iiuly Recorder :(.63S I'ounly Treasurer 7.4&0 ''li-rk of HIM district ("ourt .. 3585 County HI.erlH C.175 Counly .Suin'iii-.iin.K-nt 4.927 Ail'jjitt.i tl.id 1'ith day of January. Ayes: ail Motion by Kalfc'i-iiu.n .ii..l Mt.-t.-und by ('...-.^ i tjve that cuuuty tr.nineer lm Ui- .Mructtil to i>urch;i.-i: ^"1 acres of land to be uMf.l aa yravel pit in SWfi riW 1 * Sec. !y-iiri-:;u and County Auditor In.-tin' nil to i.^.-ue vvarr.'i.l for tii-_- tame. (Mi Illi.111.II li.j.illi a.Jjl>UMlt-.l t'J 01.U t.V-lt.ck p 111. ("III.- n'clotk |i 111 p. '1 of Silpervls- • i--. l!i>-( pur^fiiiii t to u'ljolirnint n t with folloy.iiiK tmniberrf pics.nt: Coi-^rovtr. Melktn. Moirld u«a M. I'onalJ. Absent: Ualii.'iiiaii. M..i Ion by H.. iki-n ar..I second by Mc- l>un.t)d tl.at (Bounty Treasurer's btate- tlletlt of baiik balances I.'ecclnbOr 31, 1 !•:•,.'!, 1:,- plac-vd on fl!. Ayes: all. Moilon by M'.r.onaM and .-iccond l.y t'o^Jirov'e tbat Mlllit Soiell^on bo allowed to I>ay his \'JL\ (axes leSB one- half of tie penally. Aye.-,- all Motion by Co.iKiovc and nt-t.-ond by IKIken that aiihu.il report of Buffalo Tp. eeli.':t..Ty fund be appiuVed Ayedl all Mvt.'jn I,;- Mi:I'on.i,d a IIJ >-ev.unj by ;-"T ".SSt <.471 Hr. SO — .VVV'i Ppc. K-PS-27 7..1S7 SWH SfO. H-OS-2S 6.58! K.-K. .T». No. 2 — hr. 4— ' P< "' ' KH nn.l NW^ PIT; Pr-r- S-99-30 .7.94S 40.1«t Ayps: nil. Motion !iy Mrl^onnl.1 nntl sorond hv Tlolkfn !hat nnntml reports of fees of .T. U Vnttx nnd C. Rpl.rmnnn. Justice of IVnco. nnd C. F. Sppcht, Mayor, be npprored. Ayrs: nil. Motion hy Helken and second by McDonald that February 15th be nx- cd as dnte of letting: for following bridge material: 160,000 bd. ft. Fir X \ "A Specialized Insurance Service" The Algona Insurance Agency C. R. LaBarre Low Rates Quick Claim Settlements Surety Bonds—Loans—Investments Phone 55 . 1st Door North of Iowa State Bank. Bridge lumber; 89,990 brldiirc lumber; S — .. ft. orftOBOte |AyeB:^ll ; red cedar pll-1 lual * ft' DTiaKV lumupi , *• v*»««"«".1 ^r.Mi Inir- 2 carload creosote piling, ""d Beni- ed bids will b« received at the county „ Board «aj«nrnefl to nlti» A. M. Februa^ l^mi^ Countr Awdltnr. c« o • •; auditor'* office up to nntll 1:30 p. *n A Creamery to be proud of We offer our sincere congratulations to the Patrons and Stockholders of the Algona Cooperative Creamery, and to is efficient employees and manager on the completion of another's year's business. Algona has a creamery to be proud of ... one of the finest in the state and nation ... wherein the highest standards of quality are combined with efficient management and intensive efforts to better the market price for the local product. May we take this opportuity to welcome you, one and all, to Algona for Your Annual Meeting on Saturday, Jan. 27. KENT MOTOR CO, Algona's Ford Dealer. Have "Iowa's Best Weekly Newspaper" (Judge's award for 1933 at Iowa Editors Short Course) Delivered to Your door or mailbox every Thursday Morning? Until February 1, all renewals and NEW subscriptions to this paper will be accepted at a rate of $ 1.50 for one year. As a taxpayer and citizen of Kossuth county you need an official newspaper ... and as an economical buyer of merchandise you need its advertising. ' We Offer Our Subscribers I—Complete, official, city and county news and official proceedings. 2—The services of 23 correspondents, covering every section of the county. 3 —Farm news, and a full-time Farm Editor. 4—Prompt trucking service, insuring Thursday delivery. 5—Editorial leadership; an independent, progressive viewpoint. Kossuth County's Pioneer Newspaper." —Circulation 2637, and Growing Established 1865 The Algona Upper Des Moines

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