The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1934 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, 8ept. 27,1934 KoMuth Calves Will Go to Dairy Cattle Exhibition The Kossuth county 4-H dairy calf dub will have an exhibit at the Dairy Oattl* Congress at Waterloo, Oct. 1-8. Nina purebred dairy heifers will be shown by Kossuth county dairy calf members as follows: Members showing purebred Hoteteln heifers: Floyd Bode, Algona; Frank Schoby, Bode; Verl Patterson, Algona; and Lowell Samp, Algona. Members showing purebred Guernsey heifers, Eldos Shaw, Algona; Duwayne Klein, Burt, and Wayne Ban% Algona. Rex Taylor of Sexton will show his purebred Jersey heifer. The Kossuth county 4-H dairy Judging team will compete at Waterloo Oct. 1. At the Spencer Fair the judging team placed fifth. At Waterloo the judging team will be composed of Edward Mescher, Bancroft; Frank ScMoby, Bod-e; Floyd Bode, Algona, and Lewis Price, Lttkota. Kossuth county will be represented at the Dairy Cattle Congress by a de- monstraton team. The members of this team are Bernard Hauptmann and Rldhard Kest of Wesley. The title of their demonstration is "Making a Calf Blanket." Sexton Ladies' Aid Elects; Mrs. Zweifel Hostess on Thursday Sexton: The Sexton Ladles' Aid met last week Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Qten Zweifel, southwest of town. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Ida May Harris being reelected president; Mrs. B. E. Sanders reelected vice president; Mrs. Fred Plumb elected secretary and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, treasurer and Mrs. Sarah Wise, reelected chairman of the work committee. A nice crowd attended and a very interesting Bible lesson was given by Mrs. Skow. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Miss Bnuna Vops, teacher of the Sexton school, spent the week end with, her parents at LuVerne. Olede Taylor and James Brophy retained! Uibrne Sunday evening from southern Iowa where they had gone on business the end of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen of Wesley were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Ida May Harris and daughter, Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klrschbaum and fatally of Garner were Sunday afternoon visitors at tflie home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. August Klrsch- baum and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and son, Harvey Duane of near Swea City were Monday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and family north of town. Mr. and Mrs. August Klrschbaum and children, Kathryn and Leo, and James Blalne left early Saturday morn- Ing on a fishing trip to the lakes near Fairmont. They returned Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons, Wilbur and Everett, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merram and family near Corwith. Mrs. Merriam is a sister of Mr. Steven. Mrs. Ida Anderson of Burt spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weaver and son, BernarJ. She attended church services Sunday morning at the local church. Mrs. Anderson is a friend of the Weavers. Mrs. Henry Phillips of Wesley accompanied Mrs. Sarah Wise and her daughter, Nell to Burt Saturday afternoon where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Matilda Ward at the Presbyterian church. Interment was made in the Buffalo Twp. cemetery at Titonka. Ship 300 Bus. Corn One of the largest single truck shipments of ear corn was made from Algona Friday, when a truck carrying 300 bushels left the A. E. Clayton farm headed for Davis county. The corn will be ground for calf club feed. A total of 704 bushels was purchased KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS Louis SmHh and Edward Allen. FMH (By Ixnris Smith) Had qnlte a shock the other day as I drove into the town of Stevens. No the town was not gone but it was a rainy afternoon and {the boys around the neighborhood were in town having a little fun. They had a oontrapUon fixed up whereby you could learn to dance without taking lessons. As we mght say, by electrical Impulse. Nearly everyone who came in were Ifivlted to participate In the enjoyment by getting a real thrill. first Gtty Barton, who lives on the south end of the Buffalo Center mail route had company again the other afternoon. I say again because last time I was there about two months ago, Mr. and Mrs. Will Parrlott of Klmball, South Dakota, were there visiting. This time it waa a couple of men on the corn-hog committee checking the acreage, etc. Didn't keep Mr. Barton very long as I thought he might want to keep in 'touch with what was going on. —o— While In the neighborhood southwest of Buffalo Center I stopped in to see John Ennen to enjoy a few moments of pleasant chatter. Anyone who knows John will know what I mean as li one ^» those fellows Who is always happy and everything seems to go lucky. John wasn't home so I had a short visit with Mrs. Ennen but next time I'm out that way will stop again to visit a. while with Mr. Ennen. Henry Qeerdes, who farms five mfln south and about a mile east of Lakota was in a predicament the other even- Ing when I found him. He was coming home from town and had turned off the road to drive on the grass and had the front wheels against one bank and the back ones against the other. We worked around a little and got him out O. K. after which we talked business through which' Mr. Oeerdes favored us with an ad which you will see in the classified ads this week. George and John Grlese who live five miles south of Lakota were eating supper the other evening when I stopped there and as I knew the boys work Ihard, I thought they might be hungry so didnt delay them long. The boys have one of the best farms in the community with buildings that are a credit to the place and the house and yards are very attractive which causes comment from a many a passer by. —o— Jerry Knapper, who lives southwest of Lakota, was building a tool chest the other afternoon and as It was a rainy afternoon and Mrs. Knapper had a pan of poo corn she had Just popped I sat down and enjoyed the pop com and a short visit. Zing* Bros., who live northwest of Buffalo Center, were not very busy the other afternoon when I stopped there as it was raining, so we had quite a visit. Mr. Zingg's son, Who has been in the navy several years was home on a visit and the proud father showed me some pictures his son had sent him which were very interesting. He also showed me some of himself in his younger days and I must say he sure was a husky young man. "She- Loves Me Not," starring Btag Crosby, is the musical and semi-hum- rous offering at the Call Theatre tonight and Friday. Blng is reported as laving jMned a gymnastic club to keep down that waist line which is beginning to show a bit, but It hasn't nterferred with his "pipes" as we slng- rs say when referring to cur warbl- ng powers. • • • Randolph Scott fe the star of "Wagon Wheels." a good show for Sat- irday. combining plenty of action with omance and suspence. The show, we understand, is in a modern setting, but ia& a western background. A serial, able, news and Scrappy are also on lie big program for one day only. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday are (By E. C. Allen) J. B. McNeil, Vho operates tie Champlin filling station on No. 169 at the West Bend corner, is kept busy tJnese days taking care of the station and keeping house as his wife has been away for a couple of days. J. B. is practicing the art of being a bachelor. When I dropped In at the Ed Wold place one day last week, I found Ed about the farm, it being a rainy day. He had plenty of time to visit, of course, and we discussed the times and what have you, but decided probably that we couldnt do any better so let it go at that. If any one should be looking tor a good two wheel trailer, they can find a dandy by calling on Charles Amen, the elevator manager at Sexton. Chas. says he made It, so we know it la a good one. Over nortH of St. Joe a distance I ran across Peter Kayser and his neighbor putting up hay. It being a hot day they happened to be sitting in the shade of the load at the time I arrived. Said they did not want to work too hard as ttiey were thinking of taking in a dance that night. That's tK* spirit boys, it pays to stay young. Now Uiat the corn-hoc checks have arrived, what will the main point for discussion be? F1KST ISSUE OF LEDYARD HIGH PAPER IS DISTRIBUTED THIS WEEK 4-H Members Get Baby Beeves; Drew 58 Head Saturday The Kossuth county 4-H baby beef club members drew for their calves on Saturday afternoon, September 22, at Algona. Fifty-eight head of calv«s were bought In northern Missouri, from pure bred herds, and all indications point toward a strong 4-H baby beef show next fall. Shorthorn, Angus and Hereford calves were drawn for by the club members. Following are the names of thfc boys and girls who drew calves Frieda Paetz, Algona; Wallace Hawcott, Ronald Ortman, Lloyd SaatofT, George Hanna, and Roland CafTee, all of Burt; Roger Llnde, Mildred Thore- con, Wallace Spiker, Gerald Spikier. Donald Barger. clarence Hunt, Verne Anderson, Aclolph Priest and Lowel Priest of Swea City; Clifford McGregor; Wallace Johnson and Morris Johnson of Armstrong; Edwin Mino of Ledyard; Elmer Lelbrasd and Raymond 8m<th of Buffalo Center. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON A LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 213-14 First Nat'l Bank Bit ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA. IOWA W. a QUARTON H. W. MILLEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ofllce over Kossuth County State Bank Ofllce Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HntcbiMn Donald O. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT IAW Quinby Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. VAN NESS * G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Oflice over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iow» Oaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly 8HUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 68 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office la Quinby Building. Pho&e 180. ALGONA, IOWA £. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Al«ona. Iowa Phone 139 HIBAM a WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ofllce over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J ALGONA. IOWA Res. 3 IS CAKUOL A. WANDEB ATTORNEY AT LAW Over PoBtoflice Phone 66 E. H. PIUWMI* Judge D. F. Coyle Oflice over Basket Grocery ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Phone 820 Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L, RLst over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 324 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Oflice John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathlc Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Ofllce 187; Residence 888 ALGONA, IOWA V. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Ofllce on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Oflice 668 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Chrlsteiuen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa Lillian Klinksiek, Editor, Doris Welfare Is Business Manager Ledyard: The Ledyard school paper the Putuwiz, Issued its first number for f'hls school year this week. Pol- lowing Is the staff for this year: Hitor Lillian Klinksiek; assistant editor, Ella Goetz; makeup editor. LaVonno Parrow; assistant makeup editor. William Barnes; feature editor, Edith Logan; assistant feature editor. Marvel Drew: business manager, Doris Welfare; assistant business manager, Henrietta O'K«efe; advertising mnnager, Howard Dyer; assistant advertising manager, Marjorte Matfener; reporters, Evelfyn Mayne, Harold Joos, Dwlght Smith and Luetta Gelhaus; circulation manager, Ellwood Ofreen. Junior high staff: editor, Lurene Lloyd; assistant editor, Howard Nltz; reporter, Harold Moore, Edna Dontje, Jean Gab'e, Arden Anderson, Bstty Louise Link, Virgil Gelhaus and Omar R-icce. THEATRE CHATTER Will Roger Days at the Call. The versatile Will Is back in "Judge Priest," and the character to one made especially for him. As usual, he has a pair of young friends to lend a love interest, but Will is enough by himself, If need be. You can't miss this. • • • Ann Harding tn "The Fountain" *» Wednesday and Thursday presentation. Lutheran Church M. A. SJostrand, iwrtor Choir practice this evening at 7:30 in the church. Confirmation class on Saturday at 10 a. m. The Junior Mission Band will meet on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 In Luther lhall With Mrs. BUsborough ns hostess. Let's have all the children •present. Dr. <0— Kobert Flnnpl, Inhor 11.15 Gco. Oronbnch, labor 200 Wilson Concrete Co., nnp. .. 903 Dr. 60— Northern Lumber Co.. Pup. .. 4.fin Pr. SO— Northern Lumber Co., s\ip. .. 2' fi Dr. ?6— I'll he Winter. Inrior 1.15 l<r. 166— Northern Lumber Co., sup. .. 3.13 H.-K. No. 2-36— O. .T. Elsemnn. repairs 2.05 \V.-K. No. 35-89— l-oyd sinter, repnlrs ,S7 Whiter Hnnson. repairs .... J.91 K. W, Penson, ropnlrs 210 t'hhr Winter, repnlr.i .fi? HOAn CONSTRUCTION Kt'ND A. Roberts, brUlRe H9.40 A". Klbert. Rrnrllnp proj. No. 3 SJIVSil I. T. MeiJnlre. (Jrnil. I'rul. No. .r< 4<17.?0 T. MrCulrc. (Jrtiil. I'm) Nu, _'R 761.-10 T. M.-c.ilro. ()rn,1. Pro! No. 1M $s:> fiO I. T. MeOulro. Orml. rn>.1. No. 34 4.-,3.nn !. T. MoCiilrr. Orml. I'rol. NA. 32 4'17.?0 I. T. MrfSiilrc. Ui-ftil. I'rnJ. Nn. 35 m. Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a. Festive Rally Day services next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Tho Rev. Arthur Sohuldt of Galva, Iowa, will be the guest preacher. All the Sunday School children will attend churcii services next Sunday. An offering will be lifted for the Sunday School at this service. THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS Greenwood Twp. .AlRonn Iml. Cresco Cresco Twp (Continued from Proceeding Page.) TELKPHONR LINK NO. 14 3,50 miles nt t TKLIOrilONK LINK NO. IS ].50 miles nt $ 112 6.1 11 TWENTY AlRona Ind. Plum Creek AlRona Ind. Union Plum Creek Twp 1.75 ONE TELKPIiONK LINE ISO miles at $ 75 50 54 27 18 at t 2.75 UNION TELEPHONE LTNF! IrvlriRton Twp 1.00 mile Prairie Twp 4.25 VALLKY TELEPHONE 'COMPANY German Twp 7.50 mlloa at $ Buffalo Twp. Consl 1.75 9.25 WESLEY FARMERS MUTUAL TEL. CO. Wesley Twp miles at $ Wesley Jnd 1.00 12.00 WESLEY RURAL TEL. CO. NO. 1 Wesley Twp 6.00 miles at * WHITTEMORE RURAL TEL. LINE 86 A 98 Letts Creek Twp 9.00 miles at f Wr.ittemore Ind. Wlilttemore 2.00 " 11.00 WODEN FARMERS RURAL TBL. CO. Buffalo Plst. No. 7 1.50 miles at $ Wesley Twp 4.00 Wesley Inc 50 C.OO ZWIEFRL TELEPHONE LINE Buffalo Twp 2.50 miles nt S Ayes: all. On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock P. M. One o'clock P. M. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment Itli all members present. Motion by BalReman and second by Helken that $600.00 soldier's exemption 99 37 32 34 35 26 36 t 1 t t t I 37 157 194 225 M 278 352 32 384 204 3 IB 70 365 39 104 13 156 90 VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Ofilce 220 West State Street Ofllce Phone 475-W Rte. 476-R Algona, Iowa L. M. MEKUITT Mortician aud Funeral Director Phone 11 Algous. Iowa George Hagge was a business caller In Algona Saturday. Willis Dyer left last week. Tuesday to attend coll-cge at Iowa City. Mr. and Mra. Tice Brack went to Chicago Saturday to attend fine world's fair. Sunday, 500 more drought cattle arrived to be sold and put out on pasture. Mr. and MUs. Howard Jensen df Jewell spent Sunday at the L. A. Nitz home. The George Thompsons spent Sunday at the Peter Thompson home in LuVerne. The George Watts family of Wells, Minn., spent Sunday at the Wm. Green home. Edna Green and Mrs. Chas. Hilferty drove to Des Moines Monday to get Aleda Green, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hauge of Minneapolis spent Sunday at the John Prandle home. The Charles BasJiaras have started building a new house on the lot purchased from D. A. Link. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer went to Redding Saturday -nid Mrs. Wiemer stayed for a week's visit. Won. Bectall, the beet manager from Buffalo Center, was here the past week hiring help and getting lined up for beet hauling. The Rev. and Mrs. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson and Patty were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, Helen Jensen, Mrs. Jess O'Keefe and Henrietta, Edith Logan, Evelyn Mayive, Marvel and Alvira Halverson attended a show at Algona Saturday. Ledyard's -high school baseball team wtnt to Titonka Tuesday and were defeated 4 to 3. Ledyard led 3 to 1 until the ninth inning and then Titonka tcored three rims. The Methodist Aid met, at the hoi/iv.- ol Mrs. N. A. P>m;le last Thursday and Mr:--. A. fi. was i-ietUd president: Mrs. D. B. Mayer, secretary and Mrs. N. A. Pingle, treasurer. Harold Granu-tr was ele:tid bujxT- inteiident, of the Methodist Sunday tjchcol; Leon Worden. asiliUml superintendent; Alviia Hiilversoj], secretary; Henrietta O'Koue, librarian; Mildred Vu'.ighn, treasurer and, Adelaide Rau- cittJi, piunti. be riven C. A. Nlemann on Lot 12 Ulock 16 Whlttemore Inc. Ayes: nil. Motion by BalKeman and second by Cosgrovo that Secondary Road Dl»- trlct No. 295 be placed on file. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Helken that a duplicate maintenance warrant to the amount of $18.25 be Issued to Farmers Cooperative Hoc.. VVtsley, Iowa, and Indemnity bond for same be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second hy Balgeman that a Class "H" beer permit be Issued to Mary Fnfbeiider. St. Benedict and that $1,000.00 bond for same be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Cos«rov»> and secornl by ItalKeman that John YouiiKwlrth. We«!<•>• Twp. be permltteil to |iny his taxes ICHH penalty ami Interest for liKI4. A yt-H: all. Motion by CosKrove and second by Ita Iceman that Mil* will lie recelveil for eoii.struetlon til' a niulutenanc<! KUTUKU lit Tllonkii ami that Octuher 1. JlllH nt 1:30 )>. M. be llxeil iia tlio date of Irttlnir. Ayes: all. Motion by RnlKeman and second by Mclimmlil that HiiMler'H exemption of jr.cifUNi IK- given Annelli- \V>Koner cm I.olH r. and it llloi-k 1 lllRhlawn Ailil. \VI Itleinnre Inc. Ayes: all. .Mullein by Mrlionltlil and second liy lliilh'enmn that rounty x rea surer In- ItiHtructed to trannfi-r IX.OtHMHl from Secondary Itonil Coii.striletlon Fund to County Cash mail buiul fund to pay Interest and cert If IcateH In accordance with section 4G44 S 10 mili-Hcctloii :', 1931 code of Town. Aye»: all. Motion }ty Helken anil second by lial^entan that agreement between Ko.xHuth county and I'ruilenlial Insurance Co. fHiuhllrihliiK claim for hoxiil- tHl care for .lolin I". Chrl.stenson aH Junior and Inferior to Hen of a proposed miu-lKiiKu on tlie \V >& SKU an.I NKU SEU Hec. 14-!l7-:iO be |ilaee,l 1111 file ami i-ounty auditor fiiM ruetcil to senil certified copy uf rusiillittiMi as passed by Hie Hoard of SujiervisorM. Kossutli Ciiunty, Iowa, to I'rdiifntial SCHRnn.K OF CLAIMS COUNTY FUND Amt. Amt. Claimed Allowed . K. Walker, labor t 20.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer, fee 3.00 Alftona Ins. Agency, Ins 11.19 City of Alftona, light serv 38.46 John Farrow, trust fund 31.26 Moe & HJogcren, sup. .7fi Win. Shirley, exp B5.22 Kossuth Co. Farm Bureau, appropriation 166. Bf Tax Service Co., tax serv 32K.OO Wm. SMrley, exp 58.9' Carl Dahlhauser. sheriff 17G.HO It. A. Kvans, coroner fee 17.30 MrCuire. Akre,. prnv. N". .17 I T for A. Hohortp. brl'lpo . A. Roberts. hrMKo . A. Roberts, hrlilKP A. Roberts, brldpo . mil Construction Co.. I'lst. No 2S9 V. Ellvrt. (!rn<l. I'm V. Klhert. Urnil. Trol. No. . M. Smith, snlnry on T. Nugent. F.t\l«ry lilton McFndtlen. roilmnn .... It. I. «• 1'nc. RV. Co.. fritt. .. 71. 1. « 1'ac. Ry. Co.. frpt. f. T .McOulre. Oi-ntl. I'rjt. No. .'.00 117. on 10017 ........ 1H:>.'_1 17f,.L'!l SIT. Kil. .. 11!>74r, No. -f_' L'!M.c,'i (!sn.4fl 14'VOfl S(!!> 7n 505. 7S 7f, T. T. MfCulre. f!rnil. iVlt. No. 17 2L'C, SO I. T. McCulre. Orml l'r|t. No. L'K 22fi.SO I. T. McCulro. (irnil. 1'r'lt, NO. US jL'fi.Sil f. T. MoC.ulro. <?rail. I'rjt. No, 27 .140.20 T. T. McGulrc. (Jrnil. Prtl. No. 1,1 468.00 I. T. Mrlitilre. Clrnil. I'rjt. No. 14 1452.20 nfzcr V. Klnrrl, labor 4..10 Valter Klbert. Inlior P.!* Concrete Co.. sup r,0 -to tnnilni-il Sui'T'ly Co., sup 7^.05 Vrtlievn T,\»mher Co.. sup ( H. Krench Lnmlter 1 Co., pup. SS't.OI ie Cnrrnn. borro^v pit 50.00 •risen A Holfson, prov. In ex- rlianKe for labor 27.f>0 Irs. Mary A. Ncmmcrs, rent In exchange for labor 2.." 1 ) !arton-\Varner Co.. nup 351.90 ~:irl Pablhnuser, tnllenpe 12.r,0 I'.OAP MAINTKNANCi: FUND Northern I.timber Co.. sup !>.f<9 Jlolie Mad . & Supply Co., s\ip.. . r>4.94 !al lon-\Vnrner Co.. sup 11.63 \iieh Hrolbers, sup 4.04 't. IHulKP Mach. & Supply Co.. pup 302.61 k'K-Ft .llnilRp Co., sup 92.90 llohp Mnch. A Supply C'o., sup. . IS.97 ' nna Ins. ARenry. Ins 10,14.28 W. lOhrlck, draK 7.00 Tbbe Winter, drofr (>.50 IVIR RlcUter, labor, nmt. clntm- eil $2.2r, Not allowed Central States Klectrle Co.. llttht serv 1.2S .« N. \V. Ry. Co., frRt 17.31 Central Rtntes ICIec. Co., sup. . . 2.04 ~ ' N. W. Ry. Co.. fr(?t 15.02 Central Rattery ft, Klec. Co., sup. 10.1.f>9 M. St. r. & I'nc. Hy. Co., frprt. 4.62 'Ity of AlRonn. light serv 7.30 " " N. W. Ry. Co. frgt H.fif. \URiist Melii, drau 10.7r, A. Schneliler. ilrnff fi.3r» vnilam Krlt7, draff IS.74 'ratt Klectrle Co., sup 47.18 Vtatt Mint ha. sup 19.79 \Vm. C. Dau Oarage, sup 4.** Tire Service Co.. sup 7.14 Titonka Telephone Co.. t«I. serv. 5.OS Harton-WBrncr Co., sup 15.71 Sargent Machine Co., sup H.12 iwatontift. Tool Co., sup 18.35 Kossuth Co. Impl. \\llensky Auto Parts Co., sup. Impl. Co., sup Co., su Supply ;ii'l<e Machinery sup Snte City Iron Works, snp. Morthern Lumber Co., sup. 2.89 IS.00 11.71 29.«1 4.04 11630 Dens-Oil Lubricant Co., sup. POOR FUNIl Supervisor lilst. No. 1 — V. If Frnnkl, prov., Ray Pankey and S. M. Jordan, nmt. claimed $48.91 Not allcwed P V. .Innse, med. care, John Rlley. amt. claimed $11 Not allowed \Vnlter Krrtser, meil. care, Mrs. .los. Kraser, nmt. cl.llmed jti Not allowed V. .Innse. rneil. care. Mrs. Jos. I-'ra^er. !\!llt. clnlmeil jls r>u Not allowed, Mis. l-'red l)ol,\ i-nre, Mrs. W11- feril .loiiiiPnTt. amt. rlulm- ,.,| f s no Not nllowed Mis. Peter llel.ll. en re, IV er SO Store iv.fil. F. •Jlewnrt •' »4 Supervlsnr 1'ist. No. 2 Pnrk Hospital ft Clinic, liosp. enre, Hi-rnnrd ^ Vrronlrn I .an it. amt. claimed $6f, ..Not nllowed Mis. M. l>. \Velclier. care. Mal,le Rnntx -.-I lldren, amt claimed $7.511 Not allowed Meyer Funeral Home, amb. serv., Mrs. Mable Rent/, nmt. claltn- ,.,) r, oo Not allowed Walter Krnser. med. en re .... 13.00 Mrs. R. Stelnmnn 7.00 Neya Pnlmer 6.00 Wm. F llehnke, rent, Mrs. WnH C.eilenfpUlt 10.00 Supervisor Hist. No. 3 — R. M. Wallace, me,], care. Mrs. Howard McCrndy and son ., 29.50 11 II. Fletcher, rent. Hill Walker fnm. nmt. clnlmed $13 Not allowed Supervisor l>lst. No. 4 — In- C H Crel/.meyer, med. care, Ambrose McHrld'e 69.00 Win. l>eeker. prov., Knrl Laurlt- SPM. nmt. clnlmed $3.72 Not nllowed Win. l>eckcr. prov., Karl I.nurlt- seu, nmt. clnlmeil $2.94 Not allowed, Supervisor Hist. No. B— I >r. U. H. West. med. care. Mrs. Richard Cronk, amt. claimed $50.00 Not allowea Dr. O. It. West, med. care. Lawrence Leln, amt. claimed $75 00 Not allowed Art Lester, rent 30.00 J K. Faulkner 20.00 Frank Miller 10.00 Griffith Drug Co., sup.. Hnw- becker children 7.47 Oeneral Poor— National Reemployment office. P xp 29.03 Cnunty Farm— Kossuth County Implement Co.. sup IB.69 Matt Murtha. sup 1.84 Aluona Ice Cream A Candy Co., sup .'0 It M. Olson, dental work, Carl Tnft 2.00 Algnna Ins. Agency, Ins 2G.35 UKSOLVKP: That the County Auditor Is hereby ordered and directed to Issue warrants for all hills allowed at Ibis meeting as per "Schedule of Claims" hereinbefore written as per vote on each Individual hill. Ayes: all. <ln motion Roard adjourned to nine o'clock A. M. October 1. 1934. K. J. HUTLRR. County Auditor. 3.7.1 4.00 4.!,H 3.60 2.0tl 7.00 I3.r>o ..r,o 3.00 ..'15 .no A- V. HERTIG SIGN SERVICE Over Fisher Cuff Phone vOB-W What's that, VOLI say? Are tire p really lower at GiiiubKu? You ijuru tootin' they are-and -they'it guaranteed against road hazards. Long Drive, 4.75-19. $1.95-4.50-21, $4.65. 39 S. P. Kckholm, registrar .... I. 13. Wortman, registrar .... It, II. Dreyer, registrar Alice flrethen. registrar ... II. A. Thompson, registrar ., William Hoyken, registrar .. R, H. Flnnell, registrar . . . Adah CarlHon, registrar ... Arthur Hof. registrar Fred A. Dlekmnnn, registrar Petle Walters, bty John R. Slepor. bty /•'. W. Schram, bty Uooue Illank Rook Co., sup. Perkins Itros. Co., sup 4-1. SS l-'rye Mf(j. Co., sup 7.57 Jenkins-1- erKemann Co., aiip. .. 1*1.72 Dv» Mollies Rubber Stamp Works, sup 10..'10 Piiiiiiina Carbon Co.. sup. .,,,.. 1.50 Frnnkel Carbon & Ribbon Mfg. Co., sup 1.00 I'nil I l-Ilectrlc Co., Slip .71! l.orinK-Farmer Co., sup 4.fi5 Crescent Printing Co.. mip 311.01 Metnipolltaii Supply Co., sup. .. 4.1.511 Hammond X, Stephens Co., Blip.. 3fi.6!l A. \V. Alniiuson, repairs l.r,o Peterson studio, pli-ture.s 2.00 HaKKanl & \\'aller, pub, proc. ele S0.02 Koeh Urns., sup. !lf,.15 Matt I'arrott ti Sons Co.. sup. .. (1.27 Cluireiitii MfK Co., sup IX.4(1 Kllpto Loose I.eaf Co., HIIII 470.2'J T II. i:i!AI)ICATION l-'UNll Dr. II. II. WoodWiird, vet. serv. . 11.00 CllUICT FUND II. II. Wblti'. j p. fee 45.50 F. W. (ireen, marslial K.OII Carl DahlhaiiHLT, sheriff 26.4.1 ' 'I i IN 1,1,0^-, witness l.^ii f'layton Schraeder, witness .... 1 20 i i. MM i.mis. J. P. fee 11.75 I. Keller, constable, i'ail Dahlluiuser, .sherlrf 52 .'IS Dlt.\INA(il-: FI'.ND KOSSUTH COUNTY'S ONLY INVALID AMBULANCE SERVICE We Are in The Service of Others LAIRD Funeral LOUGH Directors (in inolliin Iliiard prucei-ileil to audit and allow bllln as per "Si-he, tule of ci.-i ins" herein. ifter written: ( ] Wesley ,| Titonka Corwith Dr. 4 — Nni Ihern I.linilier Co.. silli. .. \ 4\ Dr. 7— I'hl.e Winter, Blip 4.00 uay or M^nt K. & H. Co-op. Oil Co. FINANCIAL STATEMENT, J. P. STU1)J>ER, He Financial Statement ASSETS CURRENT ASSETrS— C^i&h in bank l>ue from Drivers aritl Statior 10,73691 js 9,58033 4 016 98 CXJiriONGKNT ASSETS— Trust Certificate, Exchange State Bank 1,924.52 FIXED ASSETS— Real Estate i aso no Pll'lf PlHP* Service Station Purniture and Fixtures General Eqoipinent Le&s: Deprtciation . . . . . 502821 1,996.02 284.16 2,002.53 $ 9,96192 2 374 50 7 287 42 $33,918^7 LIABIUTIES CURRENT LIABILITIES— Pro Halu Rebates tl6.041.10 RBBERVE&- Educutioiiiil Fund CAPITAL AND SURPLUS— CiipiLul Slock Aiuh'cw (iolliu-i', S. A.I: 55600 79 .38 2 076 75 1 171 41 19 924 64 $ 4,825.46 946 7tf 5 77H 22 $ 695000 1 272 11 8 '£>'' 1 1 $33 918 97 Algona, Iowa Algona Burt Sexton Sept. 1, 1933 to Aug. 31, 1934 cretary and Manager Operating Statement SALES 109.769.63 ao^oliru.* Tux Inventory 9-1-33 Purcliaseo Leas: Inventory Aug 31 1934 Grosi Coinniuiity Gain .... OTHER INCX3ME — Profit on Sale of Capital Stoi k . . GROSS INCOME DEDUCTIONS- NET PROMT DISTRIBUTION OF PKOFITS- Speciul Ri-sen-f. 10' ; Itit«.rtit Dividend, 8' ', TOTAL PROFITS 4 Vfa' - a Totul {Ja.Mjiino KvroitJie <>>; Tiuflti Flic ijubricau.'ig Oil 11/J4 li. i- ]"<-...'• ::i t 0\K 'I'HOl SANU 1 ini.T. 11 K. Ikiverly, \V. S. f ..-••••mvi-, Hruii.. St«-,-k.-r. K. .J. \V 14,407.50 BS.362.13 $ 3,492.67 55,235.02 58.727.69 ... 4,01698 54,710.71 $30,651.42 $31 13960 $15 53856 $1560104 $ 1,560.10 13 48494 $1x601.04 1 S-Ui-s, 4 >u.u^ 1.858.6(1" Gab,. 43 .4-'-' Gals. 32.4LJJ Lba. •A'l'KONS iilcn, Louis liartlcii.

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