The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 28, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1934 LONE ROCK PAIR WERE MARRIED IN MINN. JUNE 2 Family Reunions, Picnics, Provide Community With Many Activities Lone Rock: The marriage of Dorothy Bierstedt and Lyle Marlow, both of Lone Rock, was announced Thursday, which took place Junte 2nd at Fairmont at the Presbyterian parsonage. They were attended by Margaret Householder and Dillls Marlow, a cousin of the srroom. The bride is the fourth oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt of Lone Rock and the groom is the second oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow of Lone Rock. Entertain Elevator Board Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger entertained the cleva'tor board at a 7 o'clock dinner Wednesday. Those attending were George Hanna, George Nyman. Alex Radig, P. M. Christensen, I. F. Engessor, and Lawrence Geitzenauer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dacksn of Iowa City, are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen and family attended a family reunion at Lost Island lake Sunday Mrs. F. M. Whitney and daughter, Maxlne of Eagle Grove visited at the H. E. Micha home Thursday. Herbert Rahn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Rahn, Is suffering with an infection in his knee caused from a blood buster. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough ar.d son, Lawrence and family and Mrs. Roy Zunkel visited relatives at Humboldt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ackerson of Lake Crystal, Minn., visited at the Clarence Ackerson home from Saturday until Monday. Ju»?, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harry Rahn. Is suffering with an infection in her foot caused from stepping on a nail. Mrs. Forrest Rouse and children of Ayrshire spent the past week here vls- iiing her parents, the Wm. Krauses and also friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zoller and son, Charges visited at the Frederick Schultz home Sunday. Charles remained for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt attended a birthday party at the Frank Bahling home near Burt last Tuesday evening given in honor of Frank's birthday. Marie, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ello Rahn has been seriously ill. It was necessary to tap her lungs on Thursday. Leona Bierstedt, R. N.. was taking care of her. Carpenters have finished the fine new barn on the Wm. Knoll farm southeast of Lone Rock and a new barn is being built on the John Johanneson farm north of Lone Rock. The Ladies' Mite society met nt the home of Mrs. Arthur Priebe Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will be Friday atfernoon of this week at the home of Mrs. Wm. Chrlgtenson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Peterson and two children nnd Miss Marie Rfldig of Pasadena, Cnlifornia. came last Wednesday for nn extended visit at the Alex Rndig home and Otto Laabs home and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick nnd their daughters. Imogene and Margaret, Mrs Mary Roderick, Maynard Genricli, Jessie Blanchard, Jr., John Sprank, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and daughters enjoyed a picnic at Silverside Lake Sunday. Vera Morris, a student at Ames college accompanied by a friend, Alice Schumacker of Carlyle and cousin, Marietta Christensen came Friday. Vera and friend spent the week end with Vera's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris and attended a Krueger family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Angus and family, Mr. and Mrs. I.p.'mer AJVS and son, Mr and MM. Lawrence Dlil^er drove to Albert Lea, Minn.. Sunday where they attended a Williams family reunion. The honor guest was Ada Williams, who is 82 years old. ONE OF JULY FOURTH FEATURES Low Prices on USED CARS —1933 Ford Tudor —1933 Chevrolet coupe —1931 Plymouth sedan —1929 Ford tudor —1927 Whippet sedan Kent Motor Co. Ford Sales and Service JWWUVWVfWWWWWWVWl^^ A NEW HOME FOR YOUR OLD ONE rhia Is the time to modernize the old house. You can bring it up-to- date for a, surprisingly small amount. Building material prioea haven't, been as low in 15 years. The savings and conveniences of the improvement will pay you big dividends. The Six Decardoes, a troupe of whirling, leaping acrobats, will please audences at the Fourth of July program here next week. They are pictured above in photos of some of the difficult feats which they perform. They are one of eight imported acts for the big day's entertainment. WHITTEMORE GIRL CUT IN EYE WHEN STRUCK BY PIECE OF TIN Delores Gade is Victim But Hope Held to Save Her Sight Whrttemore: Delores Gade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade. received a severe cut in the pupil of her right eye Wednesday. She was stand- Ing, watching her father cut a piece of tin and a piece flew into her eye. She was taken to the Lutheran hos- Dltal Ini Fort Dodge where she received treatments. It Is believed that the sight can be saved. Delores was able to come hom>? Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell went down after her. Have Tonsils Removed Peter J. Haag, children, Marian and Billy. Henry Haag, Augusta Haag, and Pauline Miller went to Sioux City Wednesday. Marian and Bills' had their tonsils removed there. Leona Haag. R. N.. is caring for them. They returned home Saturday. Entertains at Bridge Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh entertained at two tabks of bridge at her home on Friday evening. Mrs. R. W. Oliver held high score and other guests were Mesdames Peter Schumacher, S. J. Hayes, Tony Schmltt. Jr., J. P. Uhlenhake. R. L. Burdlne, M. J. Elscheid and Miss Mary Veil. Relatives at Funeral Relatives and friends from out of town to attend the funeral of Donald Weir were Mr. and Mrs. William Blasey and Dorothy of Manson; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Braytcn of Kankakee, 111.; Mrs Roy Powell of Rockwell City; Mrs. Mike Highberger of Rockwell City; Mrs. Art Green of Askkumn. 111.: Mr. and Mrs. George A. Weir, Eileen O'Brien and Kathlyn Holtzbauer of Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Will Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Weir of Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weir of Clear Lake; Mr and Mrs. Durl Blasey of Manson,; and Eloise Blasey of Napervllle, 111. latlves in) Wisconsin and Mary Alma O'Brien at Oakdale. Professor and Mrs. H. W. Behnke went to Chicago Thursday for an ex- teiVJed visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Haberkamp. Pat Murphy arrived home Tuesday morning after visiting his sister, Margaret in Chicago. Mis Murphy is to leave on a trip to Ireland soon. Marilyn O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien, was so unfortunate Saturday as to step on a nail which caused her considerable pain. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poirot and son, Bobby. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery returned Sunday evening after enjoying a week's flshinfc trip in Minnesota. Henry Frombach and son, Walter, James Crawford and A. C. Bjustrom left Saturday momting for a week's visit at points in Minnesota and North Dakota. Matt Kirschbaum left Sunday evening for Spokane, Washington, where he will be employed this summer. Mi. Kirschbaum was foreman of the section here. Rcmi Renters and William Globe of Detroit, Michigan, visited at the J. S. Cullen home Wednesday and Thurs- c'ny. They were enroute to Washington to visit relatives. Father Edward Fandel of Remsen Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel and other relatives for a week or ten days. Herman and Arthur FaWHel went after him. Mrs. Gene Schoonhoven and her sister, Mrs. Anderson have purchased a restaurant at dear Lake and took possession on Tuesday. Their many friends wish them success In their new location. Mr. and Mrs. Franfc Droessler of Bancroft, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner Friday. Saturday, accompanied by Arnold Knecht, Mr. and Mrs. Derner drove to St. Pet- «r, Mirm. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald and Esther and William, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Gade and family accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ous Bernlnghaus of West Bend to Sutherland Sunday to visit the Adolph Miller home. Irene Rooney spent the week end at Clear Lake visiting Elsie Masters. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jessen, son Ralph arrived home Friday after spending two wteks In Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Jim GeMan and son. Jimmv and Rosella Hlggins visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick Geelan at Ruthven on Sunday. John P., Milke, Charles, Peter F. Kollasch and Andrew Laubenthal were at Worthintfton. Minnesota, Sunday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Higkv and Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Elbert are enjoying a fishing trip In northern Minnesota adn Canada. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien arrived home Tuesday morning after visiting with re- Here's Chance to Get State Employment Job The United States Employment Ser- vloe today announced that examinations of employment office managers, junior and senior interviewers, stenographers, typists and clerks in the Iowa State Employment Service are to be conducted July 12th, 13th and 14th. Examinations are open to the general public an-1 application and qualification blanks may be had by addressing Profeesor Dale Yower who will be in charge of the examinations, In care of the College of Commerce, State University of Iowa, at Iowa City. Trying to Catch Bees' Bancrofter Is Severely Hurt Bancroft: Clem Rlsbecker had a severe accident last week Friday afternoon when the ladder on which he was standing tipped over throwing him to the ground and coming near to breaking his leg. Mr. Elsbecker was en- deavorlrlg to catch some bees in the tree when the accident happened. The aones in the ankle were cracked and ills foot badly bruised. A large crowd attended the chicken dinner given by the Lutheran ladles. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber returned from their honeymoon late SunHay evening. It was spent in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson are the parents of a baby girl born last Wednesday. This is the fourth child in he family. Dr. J. A. Devine and son, Emmet drove to Rockwell City last Thursday and attended a medical meeting which Is held there every year. Four large reflectors have been erected on the tennis court south of the public school and now playing at night is the main attraction for everyone. Mrs. Guy Hart and daughter, An- :oin*tte were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball at Lakota last Wednesday, the occasion being Mrs. Ball's birthday. Charlie and Margaret Qulnn drove to Rockwell City Monday to visit their brother. Father Robert Qulnn. It Is reported he will be moved to Fort Dodge soon to become an assistant. Mr. and Mrs. Art Murray drove to D93 Moines last Friday to visit Mrs. Joe Devlin and children. Bud Devlin underwent an operation recently, and they report he Is coming along nicely. Mrs. George Fangman of Alta, Iowa, underwent an operation for appendicitis the first of last week and her condition then was reported critical but Mr. and Mrs. Fangman received word Saturday that her condition was greatly Improved. Mrs. Andrew Deitering was pleasant- y surprised on her birthday last Friday evening. Those attending were: Mr. anH Mrs. Allle Rahe, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rahe, F. X. Deitering. sons, Walter and Cyril, and grandson, Richard Kelso, and Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Sheridan and daughter, Mary. Miss Margaret Deitering arrived lome for the summer from Kansas City where she has been employed for several months. She visited her sister, Mrs. L/eroy Ostwinkle before com- ng home. Her sister, Maurlne. who las been in Des Moines since the first of June accompanied her here. Mrs. Alfred Schultz has been 111 the iast week with heart trouble. The Herman Goetz family enjoyed MI outing at Ttrttle Lake Wednesday. The sister of Mrs. Ralph Olson) and wo children are visiting here from Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and son Mended the Raney family reuiion at Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link and children Isited Mrs. Link's parents in Sioux City over the week end. Mrs. Ed McOuire and son of Cedar Rapids visited over the week end at he August Oelhaus home. Wm. Garry and Edward Knoner attended a grain dealers' convention in Des Moines Thursday arid Friday. Lou Nitz. Frank Nltz and Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz drove to Hubbard Sunday to visit an aunt who is very 111. Mrs. Louise Tlllmoney. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dulas and children of Wells, Minn, islted Sunday at the L. W. Wlemer home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nuenfeld and amily of Iowa Falls visited last Monday to Wednesday at the Howard Mayne home. Mrs. Wm. Green, Aleta and Mrs. Charles Hilferty helped Mrs. Gus Anderson celebrate her birthday last fhursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Orval attended the Dutton reunion at Algonb Saturday. Lumetta Reece, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Reece, underwent an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth pital in Algona last Thursday mom- ing. Mrs. Lawrence Mayne underwent an operation for abcesses In Bancroft ast Tuesday mornlrtg. She Is convalescing 1 at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ella Oelhaus. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Herzof? and family of Des Moines, Mrs. Krampe and Richard Klemme of Baxter were visitors from Tuesday to Thursday at ,he Wm. Green and Herman Herzog lomes. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne, Edith and Wallace vlstted relatives In Minneapolis over the week end. Mrs. Blanche Jenks accompanied them and 'Islted at the home of her cousin, Mrs. ERVINGTON NEWS CONSTABLE Herb A/lams J. W. Swanson PRECINCT Algona Buffalo ------------- C. iiurt Jl'STICK OP THE 1PEACE Remember we ca always furnish a product to match any price quoted — and save you money. Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool Manager. ix>Lts I.u Verne Plum Creek Portland Pralri** ({.iverdaJe --------Seneca. --------- Robert Saundera Sherman spnngneld -------- Lafe Griffin drove to Rochester, Minnesota, last Wednesday taking Dg White of Plum Creek townfehip who was going through the clinic for a general check-up. Joe Lage. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lace entertained a number of his friends last Tuesday afternoon celebrating his 12th birthday. Guests were Bert Seelev. Jr., Johnson, Roland Thornton, the Becker boys and Bobby Oeigel. The Good Will club of Sherman township met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Julius Stripling of LuVeme. Mrs. Harvey Christensen was assistant hostess. The next meeting will be held July 19 with Mrs. Bert Sankey at Oal- braith. Mrs. Oeo. Wolfe, aslstant hostess. Mrs. Elmer Emory Is president of the club. Mrs. Hugh Raney entertained at a birthday dinner Saturday, June 22, honoring her mother, Mrs. Eva Gardner oi Algona, who was celebrating her 81st birthday. Just Mrs. Gardner's Immediate family was present which Included. Austin, Floyd and Delos Gardner, also Mrs. Chester Bailey of Algona and Mrs. Chas. Patterson of Burt. Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye and two children accompanied by Mrs. Dye'a mother, Mrs. Alice Duryea came from Mason City to visit for the week end at the Ralph Lage home. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dye Mrs. Lage and Mrs. Duryea motored to Good Thunder, Minn., for a visit at the home of Mrs. Josie Stebbins, cousin of Mrs Dye and Mrs. Lage. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and their daughter, Betty attended a family Ret- together of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr and Mrs. Fry of Algona last Sunday Due to the large number of other family reunions being held at ttve State Park they enjoyerj[ their dinner at the park surrounding the local swimmlnf oool. Those attending were Mr. am Mrs. Wlllard Gregson, the Elliott and Fred SkUlinioi. Chas. Harveys and Er nest and Audrey Pry, the latter two are still at home with their parents. LEDYABD NEWS Harry Harvey who is very 111. The M. E. Ladies' Aid was entertained at the church basement Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Harriett Matzner. Plans were made for a picnic for Aid members, friends and families ta be held in the park on the next regular Aid date, July 12th. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Schultz of Caledonia, Minn., Mrs. Bernard Foster ot Los Angeles. California, Mrs. Clem McCaffrey of Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Kathryn Walsh of Fountain, Minn., were week end guests at the Wm. Garry home. On Sunday the Garry family and their guests enjoyed a plcnio at West Bend. Lotts Creek Couple Observe Silver Ann'y; Letts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Potrata celebrated their silver wedding on Sunday. After the dlnnter the Rev. Flene delivered a very appropriate address. Relatives from LuVerne, Al- (?ona. Fort Dodge, Wbittemore, West?ate and Fairmont, Minnesota, were present. The Potratzes are the parents of seven childrerfc. The couple received many beautiful gifts in memory of the occasion. Dolores Smith was a guest at the Art Dreyer home on Sunday. The local ball team defeated Fenton at Rinlgsted on Thursday with a score of 8 to 3. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner of Algona were callers at the Rev. Flene home Thursday evening. Beverly Ann, the Infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz was baptized last Sun-lay. Spongers were Mrs. Martin Meyer and Richard Potiatz. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson and two children and Miss Mary Radig ot Pasadena. California, arrived by auto last Thursday for a visit with relatives; and friends. Mrs. Peterson Is the former Anna Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartwlg and two children of Fort Dodge spent Sunday here with re'aMvea. Mrs. Hartwig 19 a niece of Mr?. Andrew Kaadlnjr and Mrs. John SeefrMjarth. The Hartwlgs formerly resided In this community. The Ladles Aid met last Thursday afternoon In the school basement with Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenau as hostess. The Kuesta were the Mesdames Frank Schueler, Art Rusoh, Writ SchmleJ. Virgil Zwlefel, Fred Haack and Win. Schmidt. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS Au-lltor's OTinv Iune 1 :. Is'll. Board of supervisors of Kossuth County mot pursuant to call of the auditor with nil momhors present. Motion by Cosgrovo nnd second by Hclken that pauper notice bo served on James Cameron. Ayes: All, Motion by Cosurovo nnd second liy ~* .iKomun that a redueton of tlfiO.OO ho allowed Kllzn J. f.fnds.iy on Lot 21. lilook '< of tho original plat. IlaniToft Incorporation for l' i:l:! ""'I 1M1 assessment and a refund of JlH.St from 1933 taxes ns ivcjom.n'MiiU<l uy town i oline 11 Uancroft. Iowa. Ayos: All HKSOMJTIOW WHERKAS, Tlictc is now hands of t;io tri-asui'T »lC.H6.r,l. eredlted to County Fund, nnd WHKRKAS. Them Is hniidn of tho treasurer tho tho now tho to tlio lii tho Hum of (junornl In tho sum of County dollars none, orcillteu Poor fund, nnd WHKHKAS, It Is doslrod to transfer JIT,.000.00 from tho General County Fund to tho County Poor Fund. for tho following ru:ci;niH: Because collected tax** I* not •uftl- clent to take caro of the county i-oor fund and also because of a SI6.000.00 temporary transfer made to tho county poor fund Is 1932 from IJovIno T. D. fund which must bo returned Immediately, and VVHKKEAS, Proper arrangement* have been made for tho return of this money, same to bo returned within one year from date of transfer, and WHKHKAS, There Is sufficient moner In the General County fund to meet all denmndM therein untU said money can bo leturned. and WllKKUAH. All laws rulatlnir to municipalities hnvo been compiled with. NOW. THKIIKFOHK. He It Ilosolved by tho Hoard of Supurvmors of Kossuth County. Iowa, subject to tho BpprovaJ of tho Stato Comptroller, that Raid autn of (15.000.00 IMS. and I ho name Is hore- !>y ordered transferred from tho General County fund to tho County Poor fund, and the County Auditor Is ilereit ed to rorroct his hooks accordingly and to notify the treasurer of this transfer, accompanying the notification with n coj>y of this resolution and the rocor< of its adoption. Tho voto thereon being as follows: Ayes: P.'J. Hetken, F. J. Halgeman, W. S. Cosurove. W. B. MoDonald. Nays: none. Chas. Morris. Chairman. E. J. Hutler. County Auditor. On motion board adjourned ta nine o'clock, a. m. July Zj 1934. AJvona, Iowa, Auditor's Office. June 18. 1934, Hoards of Supervisors of Palo Alto and Kossuth counties met pursuant to cu.ll of the auditor* with the following iiieinbora present: Kossuth county:—Balvemini Coa- Brove, Holken. Morris and McDonald. I'alo Alto county:— Wenener and Truoir. Absent:—Cottlngton, Conlott nnd UoblnNon. Joint boards proceed, d to organize; nnd on motion made nnd duly seconded Chas. Morris. Kossutb County was elected chairman and K. J. Butlor. County Auditor Kossuth county. wa» elected secretary. Ayos: All. Motion by Helken nnd second by Wctfencr that June 30th. 1931 nt 1:39 o'clock p. in. Ls hereby fixed ns dnto of hearing on secondary road district No. •_'«!) Kossuth and No. 192 Palo Alto to bo h«ld at tho court houso in KminotB- burir. Iowa, and that Halfcemnn. llolkeu and Morris of Kcissiith County Hoard of Supervisors bo selected as committee to meet with I'alo Alto board In Joint session Juno :tn, 1!C!4. Ayes: All. There being no further business for tho Joint boards on motion made anil duly HiH-omlod th« board adjourned to tho coJl of the auditors. Chas. Morris. Chairman. H. J. Butler, secretary. Auditor's Office. Juno 12; 1934. Board of Supervisors of Koasutti county met pursuant to adjournment! with all members present. The board of supervisors as nn ex- offlclo board of county canvassers proceeded to open poll books and canvod the returns from each voting precinct! of the county as shown by the noil books returned from the several election precincts and tho following Is a statement of the names of tho cnndl. dates nominated by thu Primary Election of the county and sub-dlvlslonA thereof, and a statement o'f the title of the office for which they wore nominated and a statement of tho office* for which no nominations were inada at the primary election held on the 4til day of June. A. I).. 1934. Stato Ileprosentatlvo. Democratic A. II. Honnstotter. Hepublican. C. II. Schohy. County Auditor. Democratic. E. J. Butler; Republican; none. County Treasurer, Democratic. M 1 . J. Duffy: Republican. C. W. Pearson. Clerk of tho District Court. Democratic. K. J. McKvoy; Republican, none. County Sheriff. Democratic, Carl Dnhlhnuser; Republican Gilbert liar- greuves. County Recorder Democratic; J. J. Dooley; Republican. Harley 1-3. BartleU. County Attorney: Democratic. Maurlca C. McMahon; Hepublican. H. W. Miller. County Coroner. Democrats It. A. Kvaiia; Republican, none. Supervisor. District No. 2; Democrat- Is. W. K. McDonald; Republican, none. Supervisor. District No. 4: Democrat* is. ThomaH J. O'Donnell; Republican^ Chas. Morris. Supervisor, District No. 5; Democrat* la. F. W. Baum; Republican, P. J. Helken. On motion Board adjourned to nln» o'clock a. m.j July 1. 1»34. £>. J. Butler. County Auditor. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. June 4. IBM •1'IHJSTKK 193S TERM TRUSTEE 18S6 TERM Lawrence Dotue Joe Schaller Hubtrt Krusa A. A. Fan (man Buttorfleld W. B. Leslie Pa.ul Hurtsko C. W. Kltert Isadora Mayer Grieao John FriJcrej Pater Krpoldlnr H. J. Sherui&u C. C. Bu* Fred Boyken R. B. Bernlnchaus Walter Entstrora Frank Coyna Joa Rabe Peter EUbert O. B. I.udwlnff F. H. Meacher Fred Kollasch TOWNSHIP CLERK C. H. Brown. Mlka Waa-ner John Boekelmoa Floyd Colwell L. J. Kockler J. J. Anderson O. 3. Nelson, Bert Coder Theo. Pomp* Job a Bormin Robert A. Harrer Walter Vaudt TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR Idmer Peterson Charles Llndhorit Lawrence NaubrouffU Henry Klepper J. A. Sleper Klchaxd Anderson Cl-irence Vaako Harold Carr Waynanl Sunn A. J. Seller John Hartatiora Andrew Hlbert H. L. McKnroa W. R. Stewart Arthur Coaler Thomu Crabaa J. W. Bolllff Robert Loss Henry Nelson James Real harmony —a bite to eat and a bottle of cold • • • Budwciser OK THE PEACE Paul I>anson H. B. Whita Buffalo _—. Hurt W. J. rvarlsoa U. ClUpman frtsco It* Fun ion G«irlU>lii KING or to Order by tbtt Case for your Home ANHE E. L USER-BUSCH 1 t ST. LOUIS HATTEN, Britt, Iowa, Distributors Harrtan. --------- ; j- Hebron _____________ Irving toi: i ------ — --- Led/ard ___ ____ __ Olirer Mirqula A. F. 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