The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Dee Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 11,1937 LUYERNETEAM GOESTOFINAIS Boys Lose To Ottosen After Winning Two Victories La Verne: The weather was more favorable last week end when th LoVerne basketball boys took par hv the sectional tournament at Ren wick than two weeks ago at th Little Nine and the boy* won from Bod* and Renwick. but lost to th strong Ottoaen team in the finals. A large number of fans accompani ed the team. Humboldt won in the clan A schools. Hone From Nary Harold Clapsaddle was home las week enjoying a furlough from his duties in the navy. He is only 30 yean old but has been in the navy for over two years and is at present stationed on the naval aircraft liner. The Ranger, off San Diego. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clapsaddle, who live north east of Lu Verne. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Chandoa Smith Sunday morn ing. Frank Hartley, who attends college at Ames, visited LuVerne friends Sunday. Mrs. Helene Trauger spent the first of the week with Mrs. Sever Christensen, Algona. The Rev. E. C Walter went to Boxholm Monday to spend a couple of days with relatives. Lee Troutman, who has spent the winter with bis parents at Woodward, has here. returned to his home Vlrfie Hardcopf has gone to Cedar Falls to enroll at Iowa State Teachers College for the spring term. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Broadle at Granger. Earl Legler came home Friday from Cedar Falls for a few days' vacation between terms at the Iowa State Teachers' college. Mrs. George Watkinson, who has been helping care for her father Fred Legler, spent Monday at her home at Cedar Falls. The Chas. Wolf and Fred Baumgartner families visited Fort Dodge relatives Sunday. The D. E. and V. E. Tooheys were Arnolds Park visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graham, Fort Dodge, spent the week end with friends here. The Jasper Vaughns, Des Moines, were also week end visitors hre. Bert Kunx, Algona, who is employed at the Roxy Theatre here, entertained a number of friends at a birthday party Saturday evening at the city hall. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle visited Mrs. Merkle's aunt. Mrs. Walter Rapp, Parkston. South Dakota, on Sunday. She is a patient at a Fort Dodge hospital following an operation. Darlene Ramus was ten years old Saturday and her mother, Mrs. A. E. Ramus entertained a group of her friends in honor of the occasion. The afternoon was spent playing games and was climaxed with a delicious birthday lunch. A few friends of Mrs. Wm. Wolto and Mrs. Henry Peitzke helped these ladles celebrate their birthdays Monday afternoon at a party at the PeiUke home. These women have been In the habit of having a party every year for some years. Mrs. H. E. PeiUke enjoyed the company of several of her children and their families Sunday honoring her birthday Monday. Those at home were the Vem Stones, Mason City; the Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove, and the Geo. Dltxels, Spencer. The Evangelical Young People's circle had their March meeting at the Ed Marty home Friday evening. Gerald Rapp led the devotional period and Fred Merkle reviewed the chapter In the study book. A social hour followed the business meeting and study period. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wildin and daughter, Barbara, are visiting at the parental Wm. Ramus home, while the house on the farm about six miles north of LuVerne which Among Sunday visitors at Ln- Verne homes Sunday were: Geo. Thompsons, Ledyard and Fay Thompsons, Eagle Grove, at the Peter Thompsons; Sam Hansen, of Story City, at the W. H. Godfreys; Otis FarreU, Fort Dodge, at J. Rf Farrells; Mrs. Emma Earl, Bode, at the Fred MerkJes; Dr. and Mrs. J. E. ShulU spent Thursday and Friday "at the J. & ShulU home. Northwest Kottuth Farm-Home Changes Armstrong? John MlzeD helped Peter Peterson move to the Mitchell farm a mile and a half east of town. The Mitchell family moved to a farm near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Strong and family are moving to Holstein, Iowa. Henry Irmiter, Jr., Is moving to a farm one mile and a half north of Ringsted. The Leo Guerdet family is moving to the John {Correct farm and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hansen will move Into the house vacated by the Guerdet family. The Lee Arganbright family will move to the Spiers farm near Wallingford and the Ralph Cummlnga family will move onto the Arganbright farm. The John Theesflelds south of town will move to the farm vacated by John Cody, who will move to Fairmont. The Hi Hageman family is moving to the Jim Huff farm in Iowa Lake township and the Roal son family will move onto the farm vacated by the Hagemans. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kenney of near Ring sted will move to Armstrong am the Jim Miller family will move on to the Kenney farm. Mr. and Mrs. John Halsman will move to a farm in Grant township. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Manley will move to the Blum farm which the Jap Hunt family win vacate to move to Austin Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hals man and daughters will move to Mora, Minn. H. W. Post, freight 18.01 Long's Food Shop, mdse.- 1.28 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service 14.01 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 4.44 Norton Machine Works, repairs 30.48 Fair Association, adv. ... 10.00 E. W. Hansen. mdse. 195.84 Council Minutes TITT BI1LS February 25, 1937. The city council met In regular session at the city hall. The mayor and the following councllmen were present: White faster. Kohlhaas. MLsbach, and Cain. Abent: Ovennyer. Mln utes of the. last meeting were read nd approved. Recommendation to lower the valuation on N 4-5 Us. 6 and 7, blk 6 Call & Smart's add. $200 be approved. Motion carried to purchase felton adding machine. A motion was carried tn author- ze Sup*. Kelly to have the necessary fire hose racks built in fire rack room. Requests for garbage disposal streets marked, and a bandstand constructed were read and taken under advisement. The* following bills were passed: ELECTRir FUND W. Kelly, salary $ 180.00 *> Bellock. salary 135.00 C. Dailey. salary 135.00 Tom Hatpin, salary 130.00 Walter Gorman, salary __ 130.00 H. E. Stephenson. salary. 125.00 Ray Barton, salary 125.00 r. r. Wright, salary \dah Carlson, salary W. Kelly, back salary Irnst Thirl, meter reading "irgil Schropder, labor _. larold Roth, labor 'erry-Durin Co.. mds.e .Fulton Iron Works Co., 80.0(1 135.00 25.0«> 25.:.'0 75.00 40.00 261.48 they purchased last summer, is being redecorated. They are moving from the Wildin farm north of Algona, where they have lived the past two year*. lalleable Iron Range Co.. mdse. 129.83 '. D. Allen Mfg. Co., Mdse. 17.50 ne Material Co., mdse. - 117.fi! WstinghouflO Eler. & Mfg. Co.. mdse. 9.1S Jectric Supply Co., mdse. 557.47 ('estinghouse Elect. Supply Co., mdse. 100.98 hell Petroleum Corp., gas, oil 370.03 hell Petroleum Corp., gas, oil 360.37 M. St. P. & P.. freight on gas oil 433.30 otsford Lumber Co., mdse. filler Brush Co.. mdee... Iowa State Bank, checks. W. W. Sullivan, P. It, postage A. H. Borchardt. mdse. — Victor Lowe, service Inrington Electric Co., signs 1.59 1.38 3.75 I. L. Seeman, refund H. L. Hoeak, refund Western Union Electric, service Iowa State Bank, draft — WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary Frank Ostrum, salary Laura Mitchell, salary _. Earl Bowman, salary ... The Fred W. Hanks Co.. mdse. George Holtzbauer, mdse. Laing & Muckey, mdse. . Skelly Oil Co.. gas and oil C. A. Heard, mdse. Standard Oil Co.. gas and oil GENERAL, FUND Frank Green, salary H. A. Vert Alatyne, salary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary R. H. Valentine, salary .. F. W. Green, dogs Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., service Supreme Paint Co., mdse. Meyar & Wenthe, mdse. .. Tom Akre. rent Lashbrook. salary Jess Lashbrook, salary .. Elliott Skilling, man and team Elliott Skilling, man team 12.20 16.57 .65 5120.75 70.00 125.00 105.00 95.00 7.78 4.78 1.44 4.84 .36 .51 125.00 50.00 67.00 100.00 1.50 and Willard Gregson, man and team Willard Gregson, man and team Frank Skilling, labor Geo. Ounder. labor Geo. Gunder, labor Oliver Bakken, labor Oliver Bakken, labor Brick Nelson et al, labor Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. Austin Western Road Men Co., mdse. E. W. Hansen. labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Dutch's Super Service, gas and oil Harris Bros., gas and oil- Standard Oil Co., gas and oil __ F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Long's Food Shop, mdse.. Norton Machine Works, repairs C. A. Heard, repairs Joe Greenberg. mdse. \lgona Upper Des Moines printing Jess t'mbwihower, care of dump .. Dr. Sawyer, rent of rest room Mrs. A. M. Cnlllnson, salary _ SKWER FTND J. W. Kelly, salary . F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. P. V. Mathison ef al, labor Botsfnni [.umber Co.. mdse. . FIRE FUND C. C. \Vrisht. salary Norton Machine Works, mdse. DEPOSIT FUND Jamts \VahI ot al, refund deposit Adjourned. ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. 30.00 50.83 223.60 45.00 10.31 L'5.00 Cresco Union Electric Co., signs R'y Express Agency, express 15.26 2.14 13.91 2.85 3.04 16.46 Original Notice •i (tie District Court of Iowa, tn ancl for Kossuto county. March Term. A. D.. 1.157. O. R. Sjoxren. Plaintiff, vs. The Unknown Claimants of Lot 1'lvo |5> in Rlo.-k One. (U of tho Original Pint of AlKnna. Iowa, Dofecdants. To The I'nknoivn Claimants of Lot Five (51 In Block One (1) of Tho Original PUt of Algona, Iowa: Vou and each of von ,ira hereby notified that tho Petition of (ho plalntllt In the above enlltlej action row on file In tho Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Koa- uth County. Iowa, olaimfngr of you hat ho Is tho ah!'i>lntt> and unnual- rtod owner In foe simi-Io of the folDWina: itescrihed real osfaf**, to-wlt: Lot Flvo (5) in Block On« (11 of tho Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. That lu> Is croditsxblv Informed and ^lieves fh.-it the defendants, as uncrown claimants of tho above do- icrihod real estate, malio lonio claim hereto adverse to plalnHlr, and ask- r.,? that plaintiff's title nml etitate n ami to suM premises be nuleted _nd established In ! tm, and that each ami all of the sulil unknown lalmants b« barred ami forover stopped from having or claiming liny right, tltln or Internal In and o said real estate or any part there- f adverse to plaintiff, and for such other and further relief as to the Court may seem equitable and Just In the premises. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the aecond dav of the next Term of said Court, being tha March. 1!>37. Term of gald Court, to he hold at the Courthouse In Algona. Kosauth County. Iowa, oommenclrg on tha 29th day of March. 19.17. default will be entered against you and decroe rendered asraJnst von as prayed. SULLIVAN, Me MAHON & LINNAN. g-11 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Complete Washing and Lubrication Service Where Your $'* Buy Mare Willard Battery Charging Dodge & Plymouth Deafer Phone 391 Wort at Cewt AKRE'S Just received a nice shipment of variou* kind* of ch«M» ami want to mention to you especially UM Finest French RoojiefOft and an aged .uncolored New York cream cheese -both of outstanding High Quality—end so i» the "Kaukanna Hob" wfateti is a cheese food and spreads like butter. Also 22 Others in Stock Eat More Checao Oe Mo** WovderfDI Vbed Richelieu Spaghetti and Macaroni are products of Durum Seminola— the very bee*—but we also have cheaper ones— 2 Ib. package for 20c Seasonable items are mustard and salad dressings, dill or sweet pickles, many styles, sweet relish and olives, ripe or stuffed and all kinds of green ones. 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