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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 1,1937 North East * Kossuth Page LEDYARDBOY SCOOTS HELD A RALLY, MONDAY Tenderfoot Badges Are Presented To New Scout Troop Ledyard: Monday night the Boy Scouts of Troop No. 19, Ledyard put on a program "Tenderfoot Investiture Ceremony" in the high school auditorium as follows: invocation, the Rev. Harvey Nelson; America by the audience; Reading of Declaration of Principle, the Rev. Harvey Nelson; Acceptance of Declaration of Principle, troop committee; How to Use Ropes, Troop No. 19, Howard Nltz (patrol leader) in charge; Respecting Our Flag, Howard Nitz; Administering the Scout Oath, A. E. Lauritzen; Declaration of the Scout Law, Troop No. 19; Parents and the Scouting Program, A. E. LauriUen; Presentation of Troop Charter, the Rev. H. A. Nelson; Aceptance of Trooup Charter, A. E). Lauritzen; Duties and Re- sponsibllites of Committeemen in Promoting Scouting, Leon Warden; Presentation of Tenderfoot Badges, A. E. Laritzen; A Peek into Second Class Work, Glen Dyer. Part n—Scout Skits: Hot News, North Star Patrol; Fllver Stunt, Flying Eagle Patrol; Lion Tamer Wanted, Duane Thompson and Vernon Dorsey; First Aid Class, Flying Eagle Patrol; Boy Scout song, Troop No. 19. The boys scouts are: Vernon Dorsey, Howard Nitz, Joe and Billy McDonald. Glen Dyer, Harold Warner, Paul Hendrickson, Ervin Junkermeier, Gordon Matzener, and Duane Thompson. The school Is sponsoring this organization and the troop committee consists of Leon Worden, chairman, D. A. Carpenter and Walter Hans, and the scout master Is A. E. Lauritzen. Baptized Sunday Sunday morning at the church services in the M. E. church these children were baptized: Don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner; Barbara and Peggy, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayer; Sydney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar and the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burrows. Suffers Broken Rib Walter Dutton had the misfortune to fall from a load of hay the past week and break a rib. He waa in the hospital at Fairmont several days, but Is now able to be about. Mrs. Raymond Barslou was at Bancroft Saturday. George Hagge and Alyce were ai Swea City, Monday. D. A, Carpenter and Lars Skaar were at Mason City Friday. Mrs. Jule Selfert will be host to the M. E. Aid next week Thursday. The Richard Zielakes spent East er at the Paul Oldenburgs at Elmore. The Robert Curtis family of near Bricelyn called at the Cecil Blacka Sunday. The Julius Engers of Blue Earth spent Sunday at the Christy Hend- rlcksons. The Rev. Harvey Nelson was a Sunday dinner gueat at the A. E. Lauritzens. Guests at the John Frandles on Sunday were the Carlyle Fryes of Blue Earth. Elmore Men Are Neighbors 36 Yrs. R. L. Wllmert and G. C. Persig of Elmore dropped Into Algona for a visit, Monday. The two men have been neighbors for the last 36 years. Mr. Persig and Mr. Wllmert formerly farmed in Hebron township, side by side, and later moved to Elmore, where they now live, In adjacent houses. And Mr. Persig, who renewed his subscription to this paper says he's been taking it for most of the 36 years, too, and can't get along without it. Mrs. Alfred Schultz of Algona and son, Wesley, called on friends here Monday. The V. A. Barretts attended a family dinner at the Chas. Raney's Livermore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Leon Worden and Harvey were at the Wallace McArthurs near Irvington, Sunday. Frank Junklns of Omaha, called on the Clifton Engelbys, Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Mrs. Harriett Matzener Wednesday. R. L. Rossman of Rutland and son, Refine called on friends here Friday. He was a former superintendent of schools here. The George Thompsons called on Mr. and Mrs. Barney Caster at Algona and were dinner guests at the Alfred Schultzs, former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmons moved on the John Miller farm, where they will work. Irvln Baumann who previously worked there, has moved to Armstrong. Gerled News Everett Kelly was an Elmore visitor Friday of last week. Mrs. Rudolph Nelson of Bancroft visted Mrs. Finn Monday afternoon. Mrs. L, I. Finn spent Easter Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. A. Friets, at Elmore. Mrs. Ole Gerdes visited her daughter, Mrs. Dick Dontje, Friday at Guckeen, Minn. Ed Abbas and wife of Lakota and Pete Buckholt spent Sunday at the Ole Gerdes home. The Frank Kelly family visited with Mrs. Kelly's mother and the parents of Mr. Kelly at 'Fairmont, Sunday. Mrs. Jack Krebsbach and little son, Maurice, are spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Tom Lynch at Fairmont. Miss Hanha Olson, who was called hojne by the Illness of her mother, returned to her work In Minneapolis, Tuesday. Miss Alme Verla spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Krebsbach, who also entertained Mr. and Mrs, Dave Lynch T>t Lone Rock. Mrs. Jack Krebsbach visited with Janella Jones Thursday. Miss Jones Is still confined to her bed with Inflammatory rheumatism. Miss Genevleve Thackery, a niece of Mrs. Kelly, and a schoolmate friend are spending the Easter vacation at the Frank Kelly home. Relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. D. O. Friets Easter Sunday to help her observe her birthday. Little Miss Marjory Is recovering from her recent attack of pneu monia. Mrs. Jerome Hawkins and daughter, Agnes, left last Friday for Omaha, to visit her daughter, Mrs Torvel Nelson. Mrs. Nelson was Helen Hawkins before her marriage last fall. GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBEKG AUTO SUPPLY 36-tf The Algona Auction Co. We are equipped to handle ten carloads of livestock in our wU«i. We will handle anything you have to kell at our pavilion in Algioiia. Saturday. April 3 We will hold a Big Furniture Sale of 7 or 8 room home front W<wt Bend, including everything and this furniture nule must ktart at 12:15, bo be on hand at our place thin Saturday a« everything muttt be sold to nettle estate. Sale every Saturday. Thin itate must »tart early. Will utart on ktuck at 1:80. We will have all kind* of live etock for our Saturday Sale including all kind» of mixed* loU of cattle. Also 20 head of Short Horn young cattle and some good milk cowv, sheep, pigs, and brood sow*. Our sales are well advertised and the buyer* are coming from a good distance. Try our auction as we sell Just on a consign basis. Bring in vaccination certificate*. NOTICE— I have a load of ftlawey Harris machinery in this week and expoct more next week. We expect to have anything that you want in the machine or harness line. Come In any Owe and see our good line of stuff. SO sacks of Potatoes, 10 of Early Ohios, 10 of Cobbler* We deal In new and used machinery. AUis-Chahuers Tractor* nnfl the Ma*»ey-tUrrls live of machinery. We will trade for anything you have. See us before you deal. WU1 have ft large mMtirftf 1 "* 1 ^ of cattle, also good horses. This tale ma»t slut early. Will start on stock at 1:80 THUMB f*ih N e property removed until settled for. Open Bvery Day. Sale barn phone IT WK HAVB A LUNCH BOOM C. O. RIDDLE<»— » MRS. HOMER DOWNS NAMED HEAD OF TITONKA WOMAN'S STUDY CLUB Join Churches On Easier at Lakota; Number Baptized Lakota: Easter morning services at all three churches were well attended. At the Lutheran church last week Sunday Mesdames Maynard Mabus and Dick Spear joined the church by confirmation and on Sunday holy communion was observed. At the Presbyterian church the confirmation class were given their first communion, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerzema and Rempt Ennen were received into the church, and the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rlppentrop was baptized, Colleen Kay. At the Methodist church four were baptized, Janice Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Hagge; Sharon La Rue, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Keefe; Delores Mae and Marlene Gladys, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kienitz. The Easter ottering from church and Sunday school was given to World Service. An Easter offering of eggs was given to the Methodist hospital in Sioux City. Prlngle Sale A successful Market Day sale was held at the Pringle sale yards, Saturday afternoon. Horses, cows, brood sows, colts, machinery, harness, baled hay and straw and some household furniture were sold and all brought good prices. Milt Prln- gle was auctioneer and Carl Gerzema, clerk. Heads Cancer Drive Mrs. H. H. Murray is head of the local drive being put on the state and nation against cancel- and reports very good results in raising her apportionment for Lakota. Son for Hertakes A 9 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hertske at the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday afternoon. This is the first child. Visit For Summer The L. J. Grahams of Wheeling, Mo., arrived here last week and will spend the summer with the Wade Balls. Mr. Graham is a nephew of Mr. Ball. Another nephew. Gene Graham, came with them and will work for Frank Lewis this summer. < Elect 8. S. Officers Election of Sunday School officers at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning resulted as follows: superintendent. Jerry Ukena; assistant superintendent. Jerry Heetland; secretary, Calvin Ukena; assistant, Alvin Rlppentrop: treasurer. Mrs. William Schroeder; post Mrs. A. M. Petersen, Mrs. Greo. Bonacker, Mrs. Torgersen Named master, Joe Rlppentrop; Margaret Schroeder. pianist The P. L. Koppens, Jr., attended church at Ledyard Friday evening and Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson were business visitors at Sherbum, Minn., Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Inlay and Irene Inlay spent Easter with Edgar's parents at Moville. The senior Christian Endeavor young people had charge of a candle light Easter service at the Presbyterian church recently. Raymond Patterson and Gerald- Ine Shaver of Sioux City spent Easter with Raymond's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson. Mesdames C. J. Hippentrop and Heyo Berschman were hostesses at the board of trustees meeting at the Presbyterian manse Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Moe and John spent Easter with Mr. Moe's mother at Lake Crystal, Minn. Eleanor visited with the Henry Pattersons. Mrs. Harry Moe waa hostess to members of the official board nml the Sunday School board of the Methodist church last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine and the Rev. H. E. Harvty and children of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton were Easter guests of the J. H. Warburtons. The Harvey Johnsons moved their household goods to Belmond, Wednesday where they will make their home. The Carl Gerzemus moved into the house vacated by the Johnsons. Norman Frerking and Virgil Smith drove home from the University of Dubuque to spend Easter with their respective parents Harold Geerdcs, who attends the same school, spent lust week with his parents. Titonka: The Woman's Study club met Thursday afternoon, March 25th, with Mrs. Jay Budlong. Election of officers resulted as follows: president, Mrs. Homer C. Downs; vice president, Mrs. A. M. Peterson; secretary, Mrs. George Bonacker; treasurer, Mrs. H. I. Torgersen; member of the county executive board, Mrs. R. C. Ball. Mrs. Mary Oesterrelcher gave a short lesson on early history of Iowa. Mrs. Roy Budlong gave a paper on "Safeguarding the Home Through Religious Training." Sartors Grandparent* Dr. and Mrs. Pievre Sartor received a telephone message Sunday from Miss Alice Sartor saying it daughter was born to Dr. and Mrs. Joe Coyle at a hospital at 8:20. Mrs. Coyle was Mercedes Sartor before her marriage. Art Askln spent Sunday in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blanchard and Mrs. Amos Bonacker were in Mason City Saturday. Mrs. George Bonacker and daughters. Janice, Joyce and Dawn, were in Mason City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heifner visited Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Emma Heifner. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Batt and family spent Sunday at the parental Batt home southwest of Algona. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James McColley, Sunday morning, a son. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Wilbur Godfredson and Miss Ruby Wood spent Easter at the parental Ed Wood home, near Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young and daughter. Ida, of Wesley, were Sunday guests at the Albert Young hqme. Mr. and Mra Frank Vera and children, Teddle and Elva were Easter guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagen. Robert J. Fisher of Des Molnes came Wednesday morning for an over night visit at the J. F. Fisher home. He left Thursday forenoon for Sioux City. A. E. Mann drove to Spencer Sat urday and returned with his mothe and their oldest daughter, Marilyn who lives with her grandmother, t spend the Easter vacation here. Mr. and Mm. John W. Bojken Edith Marie, Marjorie. John Rob er and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher, Audrey and Paul, were Easter guests at the J. F. Fisher home. Mrs. Walter Anderson and children of Windom, Minn., came Saturday to spend Easter with relatives and friends at Doan. They returned home Monday. The Andersons moved March 1st to Windom. Mra W. J. Denton received word from her brother, Herb Winter that they arrived in Burlington, Washington, March IStb, a town of about 1500. The boys were in school. Herb was somewhat sick going over the mountains, tut felt better when he wrote the letter. Mrs. Henry Carolus of Afton returned to her home Monday after spending a week at the L. C. Heifner home. Mrs. Carolus came in response to a message of the death of the Heifner infant, who had passed away Monday night at 10:20 of Adams, Leibrand In For a Visit Two Northeast Kossuth visitors i the office of this paper, Monday, ere H. A. Adams Of Lincoln twp., nd R. S. Leibrand of Hebron. The wo men live right across the rond roni each other, about a half mile ast of Stevens, but the road is he township dividing line. Mr. Leibrand's son, Elmer, Is retty well known around the coun- y for his outstanding work In 4- H activity. He has copped county air prizes for the past three years with his cattle entries, but his fnth- r says that this fall he's going to et someone else have a chance at he honors. We're always glad to have folks rom a distance, or close to home or that matter, drop in and say lello. To say nothing of having hem pay their subscriptions up In idvance, like Adams and Leibrand did. Only don't watt a year to come In or another visit. &&&300Bia^^ s Grant News faral Class Puts on School Program Fenton: A reading party was held Monday afternoon In the Cylinder school with the following pupils and their teacher, Sidonln Bler- itedt of Falrfleld district No. 1 at- endlng. The following won places: irimary, Kenneth Johnson, Eleanor 31eckwenn, Betty Beukema; first grade, Ruth Stahmer, Eugene Weg- iner, Donald Stlgman, Harold Schneider, Howard Flnnestad; second grade, Dolores Bleckwenn, La forme Wehrspann, John Beukema; third grade, Doris Bleckwenn. Palo Alto county Is holding a ser- es of reading parties on every afternoon this week in various schools of the county In an endeavor to create more Interest in reading. Sfra. E. K. Johnson and Mrs. Art Bleckwenn accompanied the teacher and pupils. ply, rnrlsp. 493.!^f> Fulton Iron Works Co., mrlse. 173.00 '. D. Allen Mfp. Co., mdfie. BO.flfi orony Vacuum OH Co., lub. nil 134.43 hell Petroleum Corp., pas oil 381.03 ohnson Oil Refinlnp Co., gas oil 271.31 H. W. Post, frpipht on oil 620.82 JeLaval Separator C'o., mdse. 8.20 lemlnglon Rnnd Inc., mdse. 272.2. r > nlted States Pencil Co., mdse. .00 Vestern Union, service ., .3fl CosRiith Motor Co. repairs rvinpton Lipht & Power, sipns 2.fi7 kelly Oil Co.. pas and oil 16.46 s'orlhweRtern Bell Telephone Co., service 14.24 'y Express Agency, express 12.R3 T. W. Post, freight 59.84 . W. Sullivan, P. M., envelopes 105.00 . W. Sullivan P. M., rent .75 top ft Sjogren, tndse. 5.61 dvance Publishing Co., mdse. 1R.OO DEPOSIT Fl'ND . M. Smith et nl, refund deposit 20.00 WATER FUND . W. Ketyl, salary 70.00 larry Barton, salary (Feb.) 120.00 Hold Good Friday Service In Lakota Lakota: A very impressive Good Friday service was held at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with a large crowd present. The Presbyterian choir sang two special songs and the choir's male quartette sang a special number. The quartette is composed of Jerry Ukena, Jerry Heetland, I. E. Wortman and Geo Ennen. The Rev. Forking gave the prtiyer and the Rev. Harvey Nelson pastor of the Methodist church, del Ivered the sermon with Victim 01 Victor as his subject. It was I very inspirational service. Grant News flu-pneumonia, ill also of flu. Mrs. Carolus was Grant News Duane Stewart spent the week end at his home in Bristow. Ruth and Walter Heerdt of Algona visited school Thursday. Win. Payne and family visited at the Lars Skaar home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson and Mrs. Hicks were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Overfield visited Saturday evening at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mino were Sunday dinner guesjs at the Leonard Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. A. Long of Algona visited Sunday evening at the W. C. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Price of Swea City vi&ited Monday evening at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Zacharison and family visited Sunday at the Martin Tokheiro home. Sunday dinner guests at the W. C. Efigntrotn home included Mr. and Mrs. Nels Overfleld and their daughter. Geneva, Mrs. Henry SfeAKC* *n4 MB** Harry, and Harry Curtl* and MB, Charles. Miss Hulda Clausen spent the week end with her sister, Frieda Clausen at Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Ely Quam and family visited Sunday at the John Splitt home in Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and children visited Friday evening at the Ralph Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabe) and children visited Sunday evening at the Earl Patterson home. Arlene Hammond spent the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Hollis Beadle ut Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Beadle and s>on, Clifford were Sunday callers at the Ed Hammond home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Zielske home. Miss Esther Dearchs, first grade teacher at LuVerne, visited Miss Mary Jane Lewis, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richardson and family were Sunday visitors at the L. C. Richardson home. Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson and family of Granada were Sunday viators at the C. H. Blair home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusson jnd children visited Sunday at the Frank Magnusson home at Guckeen. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barger and daughter. Marion, took Donald to Ames Sunday, where he is attending college. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Speicher and family visited Saturday and Sunday at the Harvey Graham homo at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. John Shoopman and son, AJillard, and his children, were Sunday callers at the Ed Hammond home. Gene Tokheim, Darlene Engstronv and Mildred Patterson were guests at the Easter party in the primary room Friday. Mr. and Mre. C. W. Hamand and children spent the week end at Gilmore City, wh&ra they visited Mrs. Hamand's mother and suiter. Mr*. Hamand'a mother who Buffered a stroke, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krumm an son, Melvin, of Swcn City wer Sunday dinner guests at the An thony Kollnsch home. Lemuel Read accompanied M and Mrs. Noble Overfleld to Lyl< Minn., Sunday to visit at the horn of his father, L. J. Read. Mrs. Donald Cash and daughte Mary Karyl of Council Bluffs, visit ed at the home of her parents, th W. C. Nelsons recently. Miss Annctta Karels, who is em ployed at Buffalo Center, visited o Sunday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Karels. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus an Mr. and Mrs. James Welfare an daughter. Doris of Ledyard visitei at the Ralph Johnson home o Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Christophe and son, Wayne visited Sunday a the Charles Erickson home a Armstrong. Mra. Erickson is crit icaliy ill. Cemetery Ass'n Wesley Will Mee Wesley: The annual meeting o the Wealey Cemetery Associutio will be held at the Exchange Stat Bank Tuesday night, April 13th e eight o'clock. The meeting is eill ed for the purpose of electing dir ectors, receiving and opening bid for a care taker, etc. H. W. Post, frelpht ______ Lashnrook, salary _ 2.77 70.00 45.00 Harry Barton, salary 120.00 'rank Ostrum. salary .„ 125.00 aura Mitchell, salary _. 105.00 larl Bowman, labor 96.00 Don Palmer, labor 8.20 >alng & Muckey, repairs- 2.74 \lgona Ins. Agency, filter plant Ins. 14.20 A. Heard, repairs 5.85 Skely Oil Co., gas and oil 7.8V Jertha Johnson, return goods 3.00 A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co, mdse. 47.18 Worthington-Gamon Meter Co., mdse. 17.56 '..eiphton Supply Co., mdse. 9.45 Western Metal Products Co., mdse. - 64.00 GENERAL FUND •ank Green, salary J25.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 50.00 I. A. Van Alstyne, salary 67.00 *. II. Valentine, salary .. 100.00 Dutch's Super Service, r- palra 19.71 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs 5.18 P. W. Gren, dogs 2.00 Harms Oil Co., gaa 9.70 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., service 4.90 Jesse Ijoshhrook. salary _ Elliott Skilling, roan and tenm ________________ Elliott Skillinc, mnn and tenm _________________ Wlllnrd Orep.ooii, man nnd tenm _____________ Willard Orepson, man and team ________________ Geo. Guilder, labor ______ Frank Skillinp, Inbor ____ Oliver Bnkken, labor ____ Oliver Itakken, labor ____ Roy McVay, man nnd team, SS ____________________ Howard Strnyer, labor. SS Kent Motor Co., repairs _ Vlrtor I, owe, repairs ____ Wm. C. Dun Garnpe, repairs ---------------C. A. Heard, repairs ---Skelly Oil Co.. pas and oil Dutch's Super Service, pas and oil --------------Jesse Umhenliower, care of dump -------------Mrs. A. M. Colllnson, salary -- ...... i ---------Dr. Sawyer, rent -------- Tnm Akre, rent --------- Alpona Upper r>es Motnoe, printinp -------------Advance. Publishing Co., printing ______________ 29.15 C. F. Specht, mayor, salary __________________ 300.00 H. L. Gilmore, Treas., salary -----------------Dr. J. N. Keneflck, health officer, salary ________ W. A. White, 19 council meetings -----------W. A. Foster, 18 council meetings -----------Frank Kohlhans, 19 council meetinps 2S.70 37.80 40.95 • 21.00 50.40 37.10 22.75 21.00 37.80 1.50 3.60 24.79 8.21 16.50 3.27 3.36 20.00 20.00 25.00 10.42 14.95 40.00 50.00 19.00 18.00 19.00 ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON A IX>WK Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldgr. ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QtTARTON H. W. MILUEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. BIdg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security Slat* Bk. BIdg. Phone 281 E. J. Van Ness G. W. Stillman VAN NESS A STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, low* Leighton Misnach, 17 council meetlnpfl 17.00 Tom Kain, 1"8 council meetings 18.00 J. F. Overmyer, 15 council meetinps ._- --- 35.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., rndse. 26.32 J. L. Bonar. snlnry 400.00 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 Cnrlls Jennings ct al, In- Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa Phone H L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office in Qulnby BIdg. Phone 186 ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 43.30 45.00 5.97 2.00 5.68 5.10 3.65 A motion was carried to adjourn, ADAH CARLSON, Clerk hor FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary Kennedy & Parsons Co., tndsc Kofisuth Motor Co., mdse. Clapp's Master Service, charges Alponn Insurance Agency, one fire truck _- Skely Oil Co., gas STORE -WIDE SPRING ALE Sale Now Going On!! P. A. DAN SON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa S»ate Bank BIdg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 818 ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahoa L. E. Linnan ttJUIVAN, M'MAHON ft LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. BIdg. ALGONA, IOWA CARROL. A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postotflce Phone 00 $ 4.45 TIRES 30x3^ $7 CO for only .._ J * OJ 30x4.5021 for only __ 4.75x19 $4 Qfi for only ._ *' uo 5.25, 5.50- $C 00 x!7, ea. __ a ' O «' 5.25, 5.50- $C QO City Bills March 2~>, l!i:!7. Tlif city Council nicl at the city hall in n-^-ular «pKsion wiiji !))>• mayor ami all the cuuncilinen present. The minutes of tin- la«l were i»ad and approved. A motion was jiassed requesting the board of s-upi-rvUurs to aljali- the- iicuully on ihb Ida Walker old uj-'f tax. Tlie following Oordinunce No. 461 was passed. l-:U;cTRI( LIGHT PCM) J. W. Kelly, .salary _______ $ ISi'.wi I -co Uelloi-k, salary ______ IliS.uii F C. Ihiiley, salary ______ i:{5.00 Tom Hatpin, salary _. ____ Kiu.oo Tom Jlalniu, salary _____ ,'jo.OO Walter Gorman, salary ._ Vio.ou H. K. Stephen.son. salary _ li'i.di) 125. "o 80. oil 135. oil 76.00 6.15 Kay Burton, salary r. c. Wright, salary Aduh <'arUon. sula'ry Krnst Thiel. meter reading Harold Hull), labor Don Palmer et al. labor - SaUKomo Electric I'd,, mdse. Republic' Flow Meter* ('o., mdse. _ <i.52 Kennedy &. Parson,-; ( u., mdse 5u.0o The Brown lu.siruuieut 7.51 5.S1 S3.27 62.40 •U2.81 2t>,26 Malleable Iron Range ^'u., mdse. 667.73 Malleable Iron Range Co., 162.50 49.81 The Bristol Co.. mdse. Line Material Co., mdse. Crescent Electric- Supply Co., mdat Electric Supply Co.. mdse. Theo B. Robertsou Cu,, Van Meter Co., mdfie. Wegtiughouae Electric Sup- ea. Clothes Pins per dozen 2c Eubless Wax, pint 29c Milk pails 12 qt. 3 for 95c Rope, % in., 60 ft. for __ PAINTS 1.14 Flat Wall Paint, per gallon PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rial over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 800 Res, Phone 390 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. SURGEON 4 PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith BIdg-. Phone 444-310 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office BIdg. Phones—Office 107 Rea. 194. OSTEOPATHS DR. 8. W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surglcnl treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS Flat Wall Paint, per quart Interior Gloss Enamel, 1 QO per gallon 1 * JO Enamel Gloss, per quart 69c Floor and Deck Paint, per quart 59c Rex Wall Size, per pkg. 29c Die A-Doo Paint Cleaner, pkg. 25c Johnson's Glo-Coat Wax, can 59c Hay Rope, $0 OQ 100 ft. «>«OJ Motor Oil, SAE 20 2 gal 75c Chick Feeders, 10 in. 16 holes ---_ Chick Feeders, round, each 5c Harness Oil, per gallon Axle Grease, 7Q*» 10 Ib. pail <JL Cup Grease, QQ., 10 Ib. pail » FOC Wash Boilers, $1 CO copper bottom.,**"** We Wash Tubs at only Wash Boards at only _— 35c Batteries, 13- $O QO plate, 1 yr. gu. £t ' yo 79c B Batteries 45 volt Garden Rakes . 49c DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Chrlatensen store Phone, Business 166, Realdence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCIIAAP DENTIST Qulnby BIdg. Phone 138 Rea. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH. D. D. S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Poatofflce Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse BIdg. Phone 41 Rea. Phone 118 HEAL ESTATE MURTAGH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quin hy BIdg. Phone 105 VETERINARIANS ' FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-VV Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages <500 shectsj which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex- cellejit school p.^per. The Algona Upper Des Moines Coast to Coast Store Joe Bloom Locally Owned Nationally Organized Algoua Upper Des Homes office fur parthiclars

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