The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1936 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 7, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 7,1936 10TH REUNION OF JENSENS HELD SUNDAY Swea, Seneca Folks and Others 100 Strong Present Swca City: The tenth annual reunion of the Jensen family was held nt the home of Mrs. Jennie Jensen at Senecn. Sunday, with about 100 in attendance. The program, which is given each year hy one of the families, was given by the Martin Jensen family. Attending the reunion from Swea City were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Blomster. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen. Miss MoRenson \Vprts Miss Ellen Mogensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mogensen. living one mile east of Swea City, and Henry Fielding, were married at Esthcrville. Wednesday. June 24. The bridegroom is employed on a farm near Swea City. "Darktown Scandals" Stage Show Coming To State Theatre Here on Next Monday Only Miss Florence Guest is spending the summer with her sister. Mrs. R. A. Bravender. Miss Juanita Brown of Estherville was a guest last week at the R. A. Bravender home. Mr. and Mrs. P. \V. Larson were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R J. Latson at Graettinger. About 100 attended the Methodist church picnic at SiJvanus park at Fairmont Minn.. Monday. Mr. and Mrs Ray Ix>rd and their daughter. Beth, spent Sunday at the Dmry home at Lake City. Alfred Magnusson of Carthage. South Dakota, is visiting this week at the home of his sifter. Mrs J. J. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Larson and daughters. Jane and Eloise of Mallard, were gtiests Sunday at (he E. E. Worthington home. Mrs. Donald Dourte and daughter. Dona, spent four days of last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Kinseth. at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lord and their daughter, Beth, left Tuesday, June 30. on a week's vacation trip to the Black Hills. South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Nagle have moved to Fairmont, Minn., where Mr. Nagle has obtained employment in the canning factory. Miss lone Helgason. who is attending summer school at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Blomster. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tupee of Denver, Colorado, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hegbert Olson and other relatives and friends. Miss Delores Deim came with them and la visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr and sons, Keith, Roy and Dean, are leaving July 3, on an 18 days' vacation trip, which will include stops at the Black Hills, South Dakota, Yellowstone National Park. Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah. BANCROFTGIRL WrnC TITTCH A V VfU/lJ lULjUAI n A Installed Bancroft: The members of the 1 American Legion Auxiliary met at j the home of Mrs E. J. Seeney on Thursday evening Installation of Leona Schneider Bride of;officers "took place Mrs. Mike Carl Johnson Last Tuesday Bancroft: On Tuesday morning Leona Schneider, daughter of Mr. Droessler was elected president: I Mrs C M. Baker, vice president: j Mrs. Arthur Murray, treasurer: I Mrs Ed Seeney. secretary. Five hundred was played and Mrs. Mike Droessler won first prize. Mrs. Tom Garry, low. and Mrs. Arthur Murray cut prize. A lunch was served by the committee composed of and Mr? Anthony Schneider, be- [ the j o! i owjng . Mary Sheridan .ind came the bride of Carl Johnson, j Teresa and c]*ra Stelflug. son of Joseph Johnson. ' TELEPHONE POLE FALLS ON LEG OFVERNKRUG West Bend Man Has Double Fractures on One Leg (27) Twenty-six (28). and Twenty- flvr CS) said Tnwnshlp ann Ranffe. a distance of approximately three Ct> miles to the southeast corner nt snirt Section Twenty-five (2n>. and boKlnnlng at the northwest curlier of Section Twenty-five (25). snlrt Township nnrt RnnffO. thence south on the hlRhway on the west line r.f snlrt Serllon Twenty-five (25). and Seeiion Thirty-six (361, said Township nnrl Itnnire. n distance of approximately two (2) miles to the southwest rornor of snM Portion Tldrly-slx (361. and beRlnnlnir at the northwest corner of Section Twenty-seven saiil Township nnd nani?r thcneo pn.«t on the hlRli- nav or. the north- line of said PPC- tinn Twenty-seven (27). a rtlnlanc* of approximately one (II mile to tli" northwrst corner of Portion Twentysix- (£fii. pnid Township and Range, thence south on the highway on th* west line of said Section Twentysix t2fil. a distance of approximately one (li mile to the southwest corner of said Section Twenty-slv IDC- npRinnlns at the southwest corner of Section Thirty <::0>. To\vn«hip Nlnety-olRht I!<S) North. linng-e Twen'ty-nlre (;:9>. West of Uc 5th p m. thenof north on tlie h'erhway on the west line of .'aid Section Thirty (.101. a distance nf approximately one (1) mile to th« northwest corner or said Section Vhir- ty (T.O). thence east on the highway o-i the north line of said Kecti.^n TMrty (::•». « (tr.«tnn<-e of approv- iniali'ly onc-eichtl ( '* i of a mile. The Board or Rallmad Commissioners has fixt'd thf tivrnty-seconi! i.'it day i>f .Inly, ISHfi. ten o'clock a. in. In its office at IVM Moines. low,i as the tin'" and |,lace for h<>i>rln;r • .Ud petit M -n. I I" An> i t> i.-ct ion« (•> 1';-- u "intir.c of.l«> SMI h f ::n i-hisi- i-l •<! he in «rl;iru am) rtli-.l In Iri^iiinto wil'i this Hnard at li-a«t tin- '"i davs ;..'for. ot'r of ticarinu. Ph ' Hoard u K::ll- ro;:i' (Commission' is . t mKK''- c| s (hit Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA. K09SUTH COUNTY, ss. 15405 Notice Is hcrehy trlven that by virtue of a special execution directed to me from tlie Clerk of the District Court of K(wiitli Count}-. Iowa, on a Judgment rendered Ir. said Court on the 9th day of .Tune. 1936. In favor of Addle F. (ilnsrich. H. W. Gingrich an* l.oyal Gingrich as administrators of the estate of K I. UlnR- rlch. deceased, as plaintiff, and against Lot 22 of Auditors Plat of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Ouarter of Section '2, Township 9o, Canee i9. also ilescriheil as follows: Benlr.ntnK 3!> rods north of the northeast corner of Block 2J3 of Call's Addition to Alirona. Iowa, thence north 4 rods, thence west 8 rmls tlicncp south 4 rods, thence east 8 rods to beginning as defendant for the sum of Seventeen hur- dred twenty-six and Ort-ino <$lC-'8.- 0") noll.iv and costs, taxed at Nine- (9S.:!1> Dollars nnd Hi-ton nl nccridnir rusts, have levied upon tlie following described real property :i* the property of the said Kohen K. nnd Mlna Smith to satisfy said *v»'ciitlon. tn-Tvil: Lot -2 of Mnliior's rint of the Northeast Onart'-r of the Southeast Quarter of Section J. Township 9». T.anKe 2». rilwd :is follows: HeRlnn- ii -*' rner ils north of the northeast f nlock 22.T of Call's Add- Algonn. Iowa, thence north Itlon t I i-"il«. thenee west south 4 rods, thence he.einnirtf. And I will- proceed thence rods to to sell said S rods, east S iperty. or so much thereof as may y to satisfy said execu- costs and accrulnp sts of blue lephinium* and yellow snapdragons. The bridesmaid wore The members of the C. O. F. held rose printed chiffon and carried a bouquet of talisman roses and white snapdragons A wedding j dinner wns served the guests at the bride's home after the ceremony. Stanley Gtie<tt Wed* Stanley Guest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guest, was married their monthly meeting at the Forester hall Thursday evening. Anitti Rose Kohlhaas. Algona. is visiting at the home of her aunt. Mrs Karl Hoffman, this week. Mr and Mrs Ed Goche are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday This is their first child The Bancroft Lions defeated the to Opal Melbourne of Fairmont, Bancroft Junior L-egion baseball tenm 11 to 10 in a ten inning game Wednesday. Frank Recker. Dr. Karl Hoffman. Earl Kinsey and Joseph Welp returned Friday from a fishing trip to O.saki.s. Minn. Francis Lonergan. Council Bluffs and Richard tindcrkofler were din Betty Muth. Swea City, is visiting !tt the home of her aunt, Mrs. Hilma Erickson. Mike Dott is seriously ill at the Wohnke hospital. He is a brother of Mrs. Lena Myers. Mrs. Harley Braddock entertain- West Bend. Verne Krug had the misfortune to have troth bones in his leg fractured Wednesday while working for the telephone company. He was taken to the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. The doctors put pegs through the bone but have not put a cast on as yet. A telephone pole fell on his leg while he was working. FHA Loans $1,291 To 36 in County The latest report from the Federal Housing Administration to J. J. Hughes, state director of the National Emergency Council in Iowa outlines the activities of ad- mini (trillion under Title I in Kos- sulli county. In this county. 36 modernization notes have been insured to April 30, aggregating a total of $l. r .,291. A total of 10.05R modernization notch have been insured in Iowa for a total of $3.701.455. Title I of the Housing Act provides for the insurance of short term loans for the purpose of mod- ernisation, improvement or repair of residential or comnuTchtl property. ed at a linen shower for her daugh- , ner guea ts Thursday evning of Dr. ter. Ruth. Monday afternoon. Jerome. Mary and Rebecca Grady of Granville, visited their broth- Ottosen News Kurul (lull Meeting The Ladies' Rural club met at the home of Mrs Frank Licst lust Thin sday afternoon. Koll call was answered with tin; iirM baby picture. Les.ion was given by Mi'h. K. .1 Hun.-on. Bernard Jacobs Have (iirl A IO-IIOIIIK! f?irl was burn t( mil Mr* l^-rnard ,)ai ol This is their tii st t-nild. nai.n d li"i I'ati ieia U a '.'.randd nj^hti r •;cur«e .Ia. oil- • f Mr. and Ah.- I'-i. I'll. SlIllll.H Sell Mr K ilunl.iy. 1'hey have Ann. 1 !u- inb./ of Mr. ai,.i Mr.. A'f.-l I'.cml aid er, Rev. Sylvester Grady, Sunday. Arthur Lonergan. Oakland. California, is visiting at the home of Mr. Lonergnn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. Rev. Joseph Scholtes attended a golo>n jubilee at St. Peter and Paul's church at Carroll. This was Rev. Scholtes' home parish. Mrs. W. J. Welp and daughter, Margery, Hunjboldt. visited at the M. A, Saunders and C. M. Baker homes Sunday and Monday. Joseph Recker and Joseph Keener. Jr., and Morwyn Holdine. tli«; latter of Burt, visited in Ladysmith ",Vic.. from Friday un' 1 ' Monday Mrs. Henry Thies returned from Burlington Tuesday. While at Burlington she helped care for her grandson Who was ill with pneumonia. A miscellaneous shower was held for Ruth Braddock at the Baptist church Tuesday by the Baptist young people. Miss Bradock was married Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas Garry entertained at two tables of bridge Friday night. Bridge was played ami Mrs. L J. Mousel won first prize -ind Mrs. ('. M. Baker wwn second prt/.e. Mrs Philip AIcBurncy, Joplm, Mo.. Mrs Don Rlair and Alr.s. Lee Brown, Omaha. Nebr, are helping to (are for their mother, Mrs. I'eter Helens, who is very ill a', her bomi. (m Wednesday and Thursday Mr and Mrs. John Menke and children, .lean, Hobby and Janet visited a', the John Wefcaels and \V'in. Ku.ste- ( int-ier homes at Kagle Crovc and j they visited Walter Menke at ] I >c.-> .Moines. He is a son (if Mr | and Mis Menke. j Minn nt Fairmont .Sunday | Mr. and Mi's Matt Jacobson and i , i hildrcn .md Air. and .Mrs Win I I.Sihwart/., /niiiiiennan Minn . vi.s- I at tile John I'otllolt holm.- from : Wednesday t(.- Saturday. Mr.s. .la- '. , oh.,on atnl Ml- S< n-.vart/. are' .1 umiiteis ol' Mi.- i'othotf. and Mrs. R. E. Weber. Mr and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. Arthur Lonergan and daughter, Mary Anne, attended the funeral of Mrs. Lonergan's uncle. Wm. Schcm- mel, at Dubuque. Friday. Matt McDermolt who has been visiting in Des Moines, returned to Bancroft Friday whore he makes his home at the J. H. Sheridan r«i- idence. He is father of Mrs. Sher idan. Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard and Mr. and Mrs. George Hess, the latter of Carroll, drove to Park Rapids, to visit for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Barnhard. Leo ia a son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard und n brother of Mrs. Hess Mrs. Nathan Bnnwart is very ill at her home near here. Mrs. Kay Grippen and daughter spent the week end at Clear Lake. The L. S. L. club met at the home yt Mrs. Frank Koch Tuesday afternoon. Miss Grace Sloan has been having a siege of tonsilitis, but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone left londay for a trip through the astern states as far as New York. Philo Falb of Conrad. Iowa, is isiting at the home of his sister. Mrs. Frank Lockwood and family. The Bay View club met with Mrs. A. Gearhart recently. Alice 'ustice had charge of the entertainment. Miss Betty Conners of Waterloo ame Saturday morning for a week end visit with her friend, Grace Sloan. Mr. and Mrm. Willtm Farr«l came from Waterloo Friday to spend the week end with her mother, Mrs. Delia Falb. W. H. Daubendiek returned home Thursday from. Excelsior Springs, Mo., where he In taking treatments. Paving To Humboldt Reaches Completion St Joe: The. Metz Construction Co. oavinK on highway 169 near Humboldl. were scheduled to complete their job last week As soon as the entire stretch from the county line to Humboldt is com plel'.'d. tlie patrolmen stated tha St. Joe village would have Sto| and Warning signs for motorists on the highway. At present there are for !'..» olj..(to l-r-arine: hy authority to D-ited at si»meone who act for it. >»••« Moim-s, I In wa, full -tune . r;o.\f:r> or I:\ILIIOAH riiMMts- SIONKRS OF THE STATK t>T IOWA. Att»=t: .1 .1 I.V.N'CH. Secretary. File E 25"! 26-27 tion with :il public auction, to the hlehest hi. Mei for cash, in hand, on the tntl. day of July. 193-!. at the east door of tli.' Court House in Alffona. In Koasuih County, lon-a. at the hour of 1« o'clock a. nr. of said day, when and where due attendance will lie elver by the undersigned. Dated this 12th day of June. 1936. CAIU, DAlit.HAUSER. Sheriff of Kossuth County. Iowa. By C. J CUI.LEN^ Deputy. Van Ness Attorney * Stlllman. Plaintiffs 25-87 ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT School District of Algona Independent. Township of Alcona. Coun- k ( >f Kor.suth, for the year ending June 30. 1936. We hereby certify that the following r°port comprising Pages 1 to is correct as required by Sees. 4242 and 4242-bl. Code of Iowa. Filed July 1st. 1936. GAYLORD D. SH17MWAY. President. LEORA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. RKCKIPTS—General Fond. General Sch. House On hand last report Authorized hy Stato Auditor Normal training aid . Oneral fund tax levy Srmi-flDnual apportionment Tuition Snip of text hooks and supplies Other sources 70,301.42 5.00 636.77 41,000.00 1.479.55 6,900.75 133.65 186.83 TOTAL—('.em-nil Fund $120.643.99 RKrKIITS—School Home Fund On hand last re.port Sr-h >ol house fund tax levy 17.000.00 TOTAL--School House On hand hi*t lotal receipt? import _ current Fund $ 36.086.6". BF» APITILATIO* $70.306.42 $ 19.08663 year 50.337.57 17.000.00 Iowa News Co. Iowa State Colles* Iowa State Teachers Col.- Iowa Tuberculosis Asso.- Iroquols Pub. Co. Iowa State Bank K. D. James Janney-Serople Hill Co. . P. V. Janae Johnson Service Co. Maxine Jones Journal of Geography --Junior Literary Guild .-R. J. Keen KendallvDle Brush J. N. Kenefick Kennedy - Parsons Keystone Envelope David King Kathleen King Kircsh's Laundry Kllpto Loose-Leaf I Koch Brothers Kohlhaas & Spilles Leona Krampe Ruth Kriekenbaum Kruse - Blossom Gordon Kuhn Otto B. Lainp Laing & Mtiokey Alonzo Loach J. B. Lippincott Little, Brown & Co. Lloyd-Thomas Co. Luna's Food Shop Loring-Farmer Co. Ijothrop, Lee & Shepard 1.17 2.72 11.35 35.SS 5.50 3.75 52.39 43.00 75.00 268.7!) 901.22 2.50 18.50 99.38 30.40 7.50 11.77 33.75 1,170.00 35.30 25.26 ijiS.'IT 121.07 1,278.00 1,278.00 31.74 15.0'T 2,585.38 987.4 r ) 33.10 400.00 20.').! 11.41 l.tifl 160.95 45.1,1 135.00 1.278.00 64.06 2.77 MactuitlarTco. Pub. ----- 128.4.9 Loude Mnfg. Co. Lmve & Campbell Athletic Ludwiff Music House Arthur Lukensmeyer E. W. Lusby Lyons & Carnahan ATTOHNlSirS AT LAW J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Co. State Bk. Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON nnVALD C. HUTCHISON TOEODOBE C. HtJTCHBKM. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 881 E 3 VAN NESS-G. W. STILLMAJ* LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly 8HUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg Algona, Iowa Phone S» Frances McMahon Margaret McNown Nick Mahciras 40,00 .. 1.170.00 5.00 Manual Arts Press 7.48 J. E. Mason 1,890-00 A. C. McClurg & Co. 38.76 John McDowell 1,772.00 McGraw-Hill Book Co. .- 7.56 McKnight & McKnlght _-- McGuIre Srvice Station .. Ed McNeil I 24.2S 2.90 8.70 C. R. McVeigh 33.75 Kenne-th Mercer 1,500.00 Frances Mcsser 1,323.00 Messenger Printing Co. -- 3.31 Metropolitan Supply Co. _ 844.03 Midwest Walnut Co. 5.50 TOTAL $120.643.39 J 36,086.63 i.-hursompnts current year .$71,119.29 14,155.00 lahitice on hand this report * 49,524.70 $ 21,931.63 The M. T. Munson family spent Saturday celebrating at the home of their son, Howard and family, near Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Norman D Emerson and son, Billy, of St. Louis are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge Emerson. Frank Doyle and children and their aunt. Jennie Conner spent the 4th at the home of the former's daughter near Mallard. Quentin Kongshach. Marguerite Tin-dey and her friend came from Cedar Falls. Friday, to spend the week end with home folks. Axel Hansen and Wm. Hunder mark who are working on an eleva no signs and it is dangerous j pedestrians to cross the road, as [tor for the Davenport Elevator Co. lii(,'h ..peed through the village is ' came Friday for a week end stay a oniinoii. thtir home. Mrs. Irvin Morey and children o Pioneer came Saturday for a weel e:.d visit with her husband at th home of his mother. Mrs U. A Morey Mr. Morey is employee here. GOOD HOPE NEWS g Sohoolhon-.e Fund. m\a State ISank. bond and coupon* 'mtnet County State- Bank, bond and coupons ... 'rntral Bunk, bond and coupons Firs!. State Bank Britt, bond and, coupons Central Nafl B. & T. To. bond and coupons H. J. Green, bond and couvons First .N'at'I Bank Oeluein, bond and coupons _- 'arltnn D. Bch. bond and coupons .. ' Union Savincx. bond and coupons low,' Des Moines Nat'l B. & T., bond and coupons Merchants National, bond and coupon.* _. . Kntmet Co. Savings Hank, bond and coupons ... 4,725.00 675.00 292.50 157.50 3,380.00 225.00 135.00 180.00 67.50 45.00 4,112.50 Alvena Miller 1,278.00 Ray Miner .--- 25.50 Midland Chemical Co. ... 231.99 Moe & Sjogren ._ — 47.97 Modern Dry cleaners 1.60 Mona Motor Oil 1.50 Thos. Moulding Floor 1.99 W. I. Naden 94.00 N'atl Bldg. Maintenance .. 340.94 Nat'l Ed. Asso. 2.00 Nelson Hardware 85.42 Alex Neilsen 3.50 John Nordstrom 99.00 Alfred Norman 300 Oscar Norman 37.00 Vorthwestern Bell Tel. .. 190.D2 Virthwestern Press 2.08 S'orton Machine Works .. 63.62 ?. S. Norton & Son 680.23 Irs. Donald Nugent 24.00 k. J. Nystrom 15.50 ,ynor Olson 900.00 L N. Palmer 4.46 ?.. ]. Palmer 9!>.:!0 Donald Parsons 568.00 Paxson & Paxson 128.03 Frank Paxton Lumber Co. 196.56 Fern P«dar»ou 878.00 TOTAL % !4,155.«M The Ane l.iittmcrs and George Sear., were at Ames recently. I.eitlia Bilsborougb is iissisting witn In/line woik at the Mrs. Mary Keefe home IRVINGTON NEWS Holt nf Otti Plum Creek Twp. School Meeting; .Mr. a •Schaller tin- .Jaiii Mi i;!. of ts of id Mrs Alack Hi iiroepl were week end guc.- u-.. Knolls. md Air.-.. Allen Wood were juesl.i of Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Sunday in celebration Bourne's :;7th wedding an>'- JU-nry Eny.'.trom who was il on Saturday morning at er for the removal of a is reported to he making :..^le-s towald recovery. Wm. Trc|itow was huilcm i aluminum deinoii.stratioii r .a her home Monday even- liin.Tts pr< :*< m were Mr. and Ane Iiiltmcr. Air and Mrs. e Seals. Airs Will KtOUtell- Alr.-, H irnld Jones and the u,d Mis. Allen Wood. Alia and Air.-. Fred Al- Alr... Kind Alittag and er. l>oi'is, .Mr. and Airs. Albnjjht Mr. and Alr.-i. Chas. tier -inil Mr.-. Ki win Turner ide up .1 uroU(i of relalive.s who ,-. e to, Wednesday for .it with Kurd Albright, .itieiil in the .state hoo- I.' U Frank! lias rented the 40;n re jja.Ttui'-j JUM nijrth ttt tlie ('hii- lou farm, from I'M Hough Mr. anil Mia Henry Luting anil .Jeanne spent tile past few days al ll;e Mi I. can home Mi.s. Lolmy was toi inerly .N'ai^im Mel^ean Ihahelle Mulligan t-pi-nt the past fi w d.iy.i at tlie U. li. Kiankl home. ('.iiuilla Frankl aceompaiued her to Actiu- chemical Co. . Advance I'uh Co. _ . Thus. Akro _ K.-tt-lle Arnold Ituth Arnold _._ Mrs Helen Ascher . _ . .. Algdiia Bakfry Aleona Creamery . ... Aluntiii Ins. Aceory . ..._ Ali-'ona Flour & Pewl Alvona I'pper DCS Moines Ali-'ona (IrfenliotKic.s .. \V. I). Allen MfB. Co. ... Allyn & Bacon .\iiu-iicaii Asso. EC. I-M. - Amcrlcuii Hook Cu. American Ed. Press . American Library Asao. A. W. Amunson Amleihoii Grain & Coal - \mler.-on Rile-Way W. H. Andrews H. ApplcKiri-Ccntury - \ililetic Tr. Supply Harry [taker Ifakcr & Ta>lor Co. \. S. liarnes & Cd. lli-ckley-Canlv Co. Clady., lieii-'liler Hell Mll-lc Co. I'atll lierL-ei c c liirchai di & i 'o. <:KM:RAI. HM» * Altrona Independent 13.Sn: !»2.5S 15.17 945.0-1 855.00 li2.HO 6.4't LIB 129.59 27.05 80.17 4.18 231.5X 5,!l7 2.12 6.'J r . s.oo 2.75 1 1 .00 3,823.8:1 1.41 25. 14.5* 17.50 2.81 Montana, wheix- she grandparents for will two HaiicioU. v i at her u eek.s. Arthur Meier, who makes his home with his yiandmolucr. Mis. Chilton, is tiappy these days. liio father has |<re.ieiite<i him with a bicycle, which of course, us greatly enjoyed by Art and Ins pals. Official nKK Till: Notice in i A l:i< ol-' .iinlaii 1'iWel;- Sunday. Florence liult South Dakota i Peter Holt homo. Mrs. Will and .-hi Verne, spent Sunday W'cliJ'i'i .»unn home. All', and Airs. Gcor,;. Ihc. week end at the home ut Arnold's Para. Mr. and Mrs. Huulhoiue and Vivian and Uennia Pudiy returned home from Nebraska Monday. Mr. tuid Mrs. Rasmus Olaen and Mr. und Mrs Nels Kalestar visil- td at the Freeman Hansen home Sunday. o! Clear l.aKt, visiting at the ' hildl ell Ot Lu- tho W. H. iiilei'll spent .. S. (Jallon Albi tol.s tl.lVe been .-ntly at tiie Clark I W A. Hleu ii farms. ic Chester .Sill family ai.d Mel- Sill ot Al^ona were visitors at |i.Uelital C. J. Sill home Sun- v. ho i l-ii All .md All., Mr:- Jaine. Win. Tie).tow a Martha Aladson 1 i C. (Jardner, Mr. i Knoll, Mesdames ml W. J Bourne. ai'd the Hev. and Mio I'.Li.l Hoijluii.-. unJ Jausiiter. Kl.dM. of Ma.-.on ''uy -,vere ialler>| die a.iy Week at tile H'.w.u.i Scely iioine. Mr. and Mrs. ('arl Albn^iil anJ taniily were al Austin. Minn . .Sunday visiting the Henry \Vibbei. !,HUil> Ml.-, VVlbbell \va.S tile foflll- ei l.eot.i tiro.-.:,. lie wanted qualily and ynee and went lo (Gambles for his Battery. He used Tiger Batleries ever since. As low as $2.89. W Mr... Allen Wood atte-nded an "Amateur Hion.-am' i:.d i>-e cream so- i .al ...pon.- Ijy Hi- (Jranl town .hip iliureh. Tuesday evening. ! 'E he jji-(>^raiii vvas presented trom . | ine tioiil porch 11 the W. C. Nelson . i home at 'Irani consolidated school 1 ! and i eii e.-jhments -served un their .i;ij,iiali< lll.t; vl.- !ohh.-Mi .n ill Co. r,.'>: \nloillCtlf IJllhll.-leltCI 1 l.''S"." ! \. H. Itoi-chanl! ^ I A'. II. Hoi-man !">'» Tiotsford Lumber '',,. .'il't.'i Hrcniano'.- 7.7 Ilrodhead-Cai'ien Co I',.'I liriK-'' I'ub. I'd. fi2 Hurciiu lleiiial ll\i;iciie '',7 Hiiieau of I'uhlii at ions ^.!il Hun an Kil. Ke.-earch ^".H Hiirnuiuhs Adding Mach ^.'i'l Ceo. W. Hanwart HT,o i anva.- I'l'iidticts Corp. 2.2 ! i Kat heiinc Carlson 855.00 Adrian Casler oi.So isl 1 uel tli . .- .- I I i tl le U an.->tm.->- linij uel ui-.-i III,I, ul, He liind:.. 1 IPI i vat e la ii'j.- IUUOO It II. I Constipated 30 Years I Aided by Old Remedy 1 ' For thirty years 1 had coiislipa- 1 lion. Soui ing food from stomach i hoked me. Since taking Adlcrika 1 am a new person. Constipation U a thing of the paat."—Alice Burns. E W. Lusby, Druggist. rtliuual eui'll >M I.I ee (^Ji T.,\\ n.Mi 1 1> Niiu-u i i^'tit i y?> i Nurlli;.- Tl.iriy (::ui. We.-t of the ii Ji in Ko.-.-.uih n,ul,t>. Iowa. Ihenee u. i i,n Hi.- hiHl.uay ,<n llie north !n ..... I ..,,1.1 S,-, 1J.,I. Twenty Ihlee Ij:,, .lll'4 .Sliliuil r l'<A eii I 3 - 1 U O (_'L'I .~.ihl Tn w ii.-l.i|, .ind K.nipj'-. a "iinlunce ( f Uf.1,1 i,xilliatel> l\\"^ < JI lulled tu tin- li'illhi-ant enrnel »Jt* rieetl'.n Twenty nil.: (Jlj. ..lid T'.WIi.-ihi |, ulnl kiiiiK*'. tl.<-i:ee :iou(h MII (he lii^hwu.v ' li the ear-t lint- 'if haiij Seetioll Tw, Hi '. -uli^- IJ1). and S'Ctluli T\V"Il- if-elKht <;i). said Townshii, and Uanye. U distalne i,f apltrijxiinately two <S> inile-ii t'j the soUtll^afct eurn - .•r of riiiid Seetioll Twe lily-elyht (i8>. then, e «.-aKt on tlie til^tiwuy on the ouuth line of Se( tioiis Twen nty -seven C. & l». Mft-'. Co. lit. CciJar Specialty Co. . 6 Child Training A.SSU. 2. Cbriscliilles & Herb.-t . 1!^. ('In'ii Mach. < 'o. . . I. c K. Chubb - - 20.i)ii City of AlKotia 1.547.08 Frunces I'layberg . ... . 855.0') ' 'oast to Coast — ..... 5 I). Wane Collins . _ . . I.:i45.f>o A. M. ('(jlliuson 3.50 Jeanne Coon l.OSS.OC F. K. Coniplori & Co. ..... 5M II. R. Cowan & Son . 1,2'JO.Gl CoWard-McCauil L'!^ c H. Cr.-Umeyer :>7.5( Hert Cronau 1,585.4'" Mervil Crouan — Ifi.lit i' A. CuttiUK & Sous 1.0( Cook & Co lO.Ot Daily Ktmiuder 1.2r Oavidbon Co E W. C. l>au (JaraKC S.W Deiuco Library Supplied . 663 Deiry & Williauiei Press - 5.61 lies Moine= Music Co. — 8.41 Druggists Mutual . - 4 5< IJudle.} Ixjtk f'orp. 32- Dodd, Mead. & Co. 3.4 Doubleday, Doraa & Co. . 3.0 iirrie Durant ..... .. ._. :a>;le Iron Works . . ____ . '.Ik Cleaners ____ ________ Jtto Kn^strom __________ Mrs. Win. K. Ferguson . . •'illtiKire Co. Nursery Co. . 'arl Fisrbcr . ___ . . . . ____ ''IIF.UT'H Furniture ..._.. Inhn Foth ______ ........ •'rankcl Carbon & Ribbon Mfu ...... ____ ........ "Jamblft Stores _______ . ... W. F. Gander __________ lel-Sten Duplicator ..... Winifred Gillen M. Glass ...... [itrtha Godfrty ofders Co . . '. W. (Jr.-en •inn it Co. Kd. J. Grt-cnbciL- >-f.(4K I'ub. I'll. Mrs. Kinily (iii U II. C.uilei'iaii ''has. Guilder Aauc ll.ili-iill llaii-oun. llrai'i- Hai'[iei HI-U.-.II Woik> llaipei .4 Hroi hero Win. ll.mlcy Haweoti & (>-;: Madeloll H. •.-,.-. ileston (V Andei.-on Lev l lletidriii r Naomi Ili-vvcit Wile.v nines llill>.nd Chen,. Co. l-nira lld.-lscber H(,llc> School Supply Henry Holt & Co. Geo, Hnll/.hitljrl >kin^, Spoitiim (iood y Horn u^hion Millhn <<,. K. Hoi.-y . S. Acnvily Fund \IargarH HuHcrinan •:. N. Humision luntin^ion l,ab. . 'arl lluu-hins .. >lrs. Helen Hutchison Ilinois Biological Sup. owa Illind 1'roducis owa Medical Supply 13.2f 22.5C 42.00 S24.P.6 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Bldg. Phone 1«0 ALGONA. IOWA E. C McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bid*. Algona, Iowa Phone U» HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg Office Phone 480-J Res. 3» ALGONA. IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMnhon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, M'SIAHON ft LINNA> ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postoff ice Phone 88 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A L. Rist over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 330 ALGONA, IOWA Peatotnlk Service 3.14 C. H. CRETZMEYER, AL O, SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg, Phone 444-310 MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Rea. 1»« & C 147.54 48.00 28.60 '>::,! :i:!.7r. H',."7 1,17').in) 7.11 1 i.xu.ii'i I.")!! 1.50 Hi!.SI 2fi.!t<5 1.22 16.00 17500 31.03 27.50 L"i :;7 4.42 7.IS SrlS.IMI 2I.')i, 20. !M !i|5.(C 181.37.5: 7.1' :sfi.«4 22.5 105.00 7'.i:;.4 David Phillips 1,170.00 Physician* & Hosp. sup. _ 6'».2!» Ocorpiana Plender 85500 Pink Supply Co - G.-l» II. W. Post 152.41 Potothoff-Rosene Co. rt.6 1 ) Ren Potter 900.00 Practical Drawing Co. 23.64 Pratt Klectrlc Co. 562.76 Pratt Paper Co. ''.:!'> Oladys Prescott J.lftO.00 O. P. I'utnam's Sons - 71-5 \V. F. Quarrie & Co. 39.9') Ksther Quinby 1,278.00 Rand. McNally & Co. 43.05 Red H(Mla Products 21.42 Remington Rand Inc. 244.80 Ileynal & Hitchcock 1.80 Theo 11. Robertson Pn d. - 80.86 Jesse Robinson ... 11.70 L. H. Robinson - :(6.25 Aria Rocksvold 855.00 Sid Uosensteil 7.25 Row, Peterson & Co. ',(0.40 Bcnj II. Sanborn & Co. . 1.49 V. II Saunders Co 1.41 I). Schaap h.'i'i chool & College. St-rvicf- 14.46 cott, Fdresman & Co. ... 26.52 harlcs Scribner's Sons 24.31 Vm Sengbusch .......... 1.2"0 inut'i- Sewing Machine Co. r .l.67 hotwell-Carvfi- Co. ..... 4.01 3ilver-lturdelt & Co. .. . 18.62 W. Singer Co. 4.71 Vuguat Slaglo 35.75 .. c. Smith & Corona . - 432.0" loi't nsi-n Drug Co. G.31 i. R. Sorensen . . . 20.(ll ipyros K. Vorres 3.00 .fora K. St. John . IJhO.oO St. Nicholas Magazine . , J.l'O Ion. C. W. Stoi ins 2KJ.75 I'horp" Wood A: Iron \Votks 11.98 riiurston Supply Co. . i. F. Towne has. I'lt'ei's ). \'an Nostrund ' 'o. . i). Wallace it Co. _. DR. C. C. SHIERK Chtropodtat—Podl«trUt FOOrSPECIAUST Over Chrlstensen's Store Phone 290 Algo DENTISTS D& H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novocalne used for extraction Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 78* ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Res. Phone 174 Phone 131 Algona, low* VETERINARIANS 7.5i ao.oi 22.5^ 8.0 7.8 15.0 FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. WlnkW Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 47S-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA 7.IS 81.70 7.mi 4.118 lli.3:; w.B.cuum. you win 0*1 JL c iilcodly hotplUlity N.w NICOLLET HOTEL, whether your vUit b« (of btuincu or plcaiui* or both, •1 latoi that «i» I. ,ucia Wallace David Ward Mrs. D. Ward 14.Wl Webster Pub. Co. 25.21 W. M. Welch Alfg. Co. ___ 158.6fi Wheoler Pub. Co. l.'iS iialtif Wilson . . ... 1,32.'!.00 Wilson Wealheii ratlfi s 735.U!) John C. Win.sion Co. . .. lu.SS World Hook Co. 4,ij') llou White 1.12 Florence VOUIIK - ... 1,170.0') Tolal Uenerul . ... .71,119.2 1 * 'i'olal school, . 11,155.0^1 $85.274.2'J Conveaiently loc»t»d to Biuineti, Th»«ti», rta&adal and Shopping Dittrlol, thit mod«m (iivpioot Hold oiitn •v»iy nic«ty in appointment*. It* comiortablo bed*, taaoof Ihioughout the country, and II* quiet, aiiy room* will tuure yo» • ie{ie*hlng nighf i ceit. It* fan* bat moderately priced ie*Uo» lanti meet the requirement* •! •Ten the mo*t critical. Within walking dlitane* (thie* block*) ol all PaMenget Terminal*. BUIXJET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING CITY OK TOWN, I.NIK, OH CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT ESTIMATE Notice: The Board of Directors of Algona Independent School Didtrici, Algoua. Kossuth County, lowa, will meet July HO, 1W6, ul 7:30 p. m, at the high achool. Taxi^ayers will be heard for ' or aiust the following estimate of expenditures at that time. LEORA K. ST. JOHN, District Secretary. 1 234 5 67 Proposed Balance Estlmat-Estliuat- Amount Expend- Expend- expend- on hand ed sur- eii Ineoine necessary iturea itures iturea June plug of, other to be for year (or year e«timated 30 balance than rained by 11(35-36 1934-35 FUNDS 1936-37 1936 uu baud taxation taxation General t 75,371 f 49,524 $ 17,301; $10,500 $ 47,571 $ 71,119 $ (iO.698 School House- 14.500 21,931 14,500 14,155 14.042 Your Ads i, Totals - 189,871 $71,456 »17,300 $10^500 t 62,071 $ 85.274 $ 74.740 Intimated taxes per $1,000.00 of ahneieed value $''4 Taxable Valuation (1935), $2,665,60*;. Moutya and Credits (1935), $716,451. Number of person* of school age ia the district, 1109. This Newspaper Will Add to /our Sales i In- I .trlx.i, I', 1(M .,

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