The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1930 · Page 4
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The Vpptf Bag Moines-Republicaa, June 11,1930 LONE ftOOK NSWB, of Cylinder was visiting friends here last Tuesday,, Wm. Cameron purchased ft tSsevrTsiet eofcpe from the Roderick 'A\M Company last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris daughter, Vera, visited with relative* to Burt Sunday. Miss Florence Johnson of Chicaeo Sunday at the went to New Hampton Saturday morn- Padgett's parents, Mr. | ing where Mr, Flalg will consult a spe- calist to regard to his eyes. They returned Saturday night. Krause. Mfcjiftji MtSiLfliwrenee Dittmer cele- Hielr first wedding annivers- Mrs. N. L. dotton and Mrs Barley . . . £ y ,!?t iW £* the!r relativcs Shinto went to Emmetsburg Saturday * , Mends to thett home. Mr, and Mrs. S, o. Roderick and . , . family of Mason city spent Sunday at at Ames Sundft y morning to meet Mr. Shelllto. Mr ad Mrs - Shelllto 'eft for their home home of and Mrs. 3. L. Roderick. U. Macumber ouilt att inclosed on the Charles Morris home last Roderick's parents, | Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe returned home last Tuesday from Taokl, Mln- they have been daughter, Mrs. Otto visited with her friend, Miss Marie week ahfl ^ao is remodeling the kitch- VoJ 8 h t. for the past few days. ferause over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe the I en at the Wm. Jfelson farm home. ,, $**?? ftose « ^eda and Marie left Lynch are : pound boy Mrs. Albert Wlrtjes and baby Went to Lakota Sunday where she will visit with her parents for a few days. Miss Helen Saunders of came Monday to visit at thfc ,,„„„. m , . her aunts Mrs. E. E. Reams. . .*"•• ant * Mrs. W. H. Blanchard and The Roderick Auto Company reports BteLrd, g^* and *» Qt ™ attd Mrs. L. E. Godfrey and returned home Friday from A picnic dinner was held at the A. D. ">rough home in honor of Mr. and Edward Blanchard who was cently married. There were forty- three relatives and friends in attettd- ance. Harold Boyd of Whitetall, Montana, a friend of Miss Ersel Blanchard, spent Thursday evening at the J. M. Blanchard home. He Was on his wa^ to Iowa City, where he will enter sum- at the ti Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Ada Williams went to Algona on Monday to attend to business matters. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. some of his friends i • _ , .. - v - - Walsh was token [ seriously 111 and was brought home. He Is under the care of Dr. Devine of Bani cron. . Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick and family drove to Sheffield Sunday to Visit Mrs. Roderick's mother, Mrs, Margaret Davidson. Bcrnice Roderick went to Cedar Falls to visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Beryl Wlrth. r. and Mrs. Fred Flalg moved in George Pettit Is repairing his house at Nevada, where Mr. Kerr Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Jan- ouse , . . . rs. arence an- In town for Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ear- f 68 been taking treatments and Is much vrin moved Into the Murray house va- Ing who expect to occupy It In the near future. [ improved. Howard Blanchard, the son of Mr. I cated by Mr. and Mrs. Flalg. Mrs. Harley Shellito and Mr. Shell- Mrs. Kate Hawk and Mrs. Stebrffif and daughters spent Fenton h0me ° f ^ ***** Wamer " | Monda y «"»««." Mr. W «t ii _« -- -- — •• I »»*w. **M*l.l,,r WAACUAI/U OA1U AVJU . OllVli- ' B jf acr i a rd, was the Ito's mother returned from Rochester, appendtcl- 8t "*"* where Mrs. Harley Shelllto Ada went last week . „ Lake painting and doing their spring housecleaning. They " ~ ~ Friday evening. The Sexton Metahodlst church give their Children's Day program at the church next Sunday evening, beginning at seven-thirty o'clock. Everybody h welcome to com*. Miss Ruth Miller returned home from Sioux City where she is attending college at Morningside, Wednesday evening for her summer vacation With her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. Z. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. August Klrschbaum and two children, Kathryn and Leo, and Wm. Huff left Tuesday morning for Lost Island where they will spend toe day fishing and will return late In the evening. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Hammond and sister, Miss Doris Hammond, spent last Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Hammond's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, west of town. Mrs. Hammond was before her marriage, Pearl Smith. The Sexton community band are giving a band conert and basket social at the Sexton hall on Tuesday evening, June 17th. Admission will be ten and twenty-five cents and the ladles bringing baskets will be admitted free. A number of Sexton people attended the Children's Day program at the M. E. church Sunday evening and Ruth Miller of Sexton gave a talk and after m m Boys and Girls There IS a Difference in Bread - - . was leader at the Boor Rochester returned home with them worth League meeting the same even- Dottie, Betty and Junior Murray of ily .. „ .. l _^ c , lwuiiucoU M, un Spencer were visiting at the home of Saturday to visit Mrs. QuImVs parents their grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Murray Mr. and Mrs P. P Kern. ~ last week. | turned home Sunday. The World A greatly,, enlaced, r^pli^ of tlii. fini; JHinoh 4 strap watch, the, Beau Braiimell model, ial ; now on display at,our tfqrft It .keeps, accurate" EttINOIS> WATGHESi have' Get correciitinie from world's largest strap watch S BARGAINS USED CARS 1926 Chevrolet sedan 2-1926 Chev. coaches P26 Buick Master coach 1926 Model T f order 1927 Chevrolet coach Model T Ford roadster 2-1928 Chev. trucks Ford tudor 2 Ford coupes Ford truck ALCOHOL, OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa. TWO WEEKS VACATION EXCURSION TO CHICAGO Only $1619 Round Trip Friday, June 13 This is your chance for an inexpensive vacation in cool Chicago—the Wonder City—with its miles of bathing beaches, lake trips, theatres, base ball, etc., or to visit the famous resorts of Michigan and the East at low cost. Plan to go June 13th. These first-class round trip excursion tickets will be good on all trains leaving Friday, June 13th, and will be honored in Sleeping and Parlor cars on payment of usual charge for space occupied. Tickets good returning on all trains scheduled to reach starting point by midnight of June 30th, 1930. Children Half Fare Baggae Checked. Chicago & North Western Ry. For complete information and tickets apply to Agent 1698 Mr. and Mrs Roy Wadlelgh are taking their little.son, Richard, who has been sick with kidney trouble for some time to Mason City Tuesday to se ea specialist at the Park hospital. Richard has been sick for about five weeks and does not seem to Improve. and will visit at the N. L. Cotton home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Qenrtch and family went to Humboldt Sunday to attend the wedding of Miss Gertude Hauck and Arthur Ernest which took place at two o'clock at the W. D. Hauck home. Miss Hauck Is a niece of Mr. Genrich. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and children, I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wlngert an Doris Mae, Donald, Gordon, Jessie, daughters, Gloria and Ardene, of Mis Jr., and Gene went to Cherokee last sion, Texas, drove through In their ca Wednesday to visit at the home of last week, arriving here Wednesday fo their daughter, Mrs. John Sones. They a visit with some of his relatives In returned home Saturday and Gordon Wesley and with old friends in am around Sexton. They attended church services In Sexton Sunday morning - Wlngert Is a daughter of the late Peterson anfrthey used to live nea Sext on before they moved to Texas Sexton Ladles' Aid at and Gene remained for an extended l ylslt Those who won the prizes at the show last Saturday were Chester Alme 60 pounds chick feed; Vertabell Thomp- i ..„ t .... -—. Brs . 5^,^ whltfor ^ > _ . Donald Blanchard, one pound of candy; Albert Shaser, one butte? ° f OU> ' AUBUSt Lampe> ° ne POUDd I ^eiBenschoteVwest' of" town * | wccJc The city council met at a special. «. meeting last Friday evening to grant H^sr will be held with Mrs Glenn Sharp a permit to operate aj Greenfield in three weeks. ' dance hall and skating rink within the! , f „ city limits. They did not grant Mr , Mrs - Sara WJ ? e ft nd daughter Nell, Sharp a permit but offered to leave It Mr> and Mra - Maok wlse and two child- to the vote of the people at a special ren< Mr - and Mrs - Frank Devary and -'--"-- 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven all drove down to their daughter and sister's home, Mrs. Charles Straton near Hutchins for a picnic dinner and took - big dinner basket. Mr. and Mrs. | election. Mrs. E. E. Kearns and daughter, Maxine, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau of Algona and Mrs. Mike Saunders of Bancroft went to Dubuque last Wednesday to visit at the Prank Saunders (home. ^They returned home'Saturday. '~ T Tn Saunders returned horn* fora ' Strother Wise and family, Mr and Mrs. Henry Phillips and family and Children can't enjoy healthful happy growth on cheap bread because bread is their most important food. Children whose mothers thoughtfully ^ serve Dairy Maid bread are the children who lead in school arid in play. Dairy Maid is extra nourishing because it contains.the best ingredients money can buy. _ J 1 or extra wholesome nourjishntent, for full-value and true economy, try, Dairy Maid Bread. , - ? Thousands are eating Dairy Maid; Are you? ;' a : , Company reports tAe sale of a jJcCormlck-Deer!- also and all had a good time, ternoon The af- Quite a-. large num&er*.of Sfexton -- . *. xon tagttre^tog macMrfeto the East Lotto fceople drove to Wesley last, week,CT Oreek Threshing Cdmpany; also a'two ^Wednesday evening to hear.the Cotton fl SSSJ q ' r »tP^I3tt*? M *¥* 1 wd P 1 , 088001 stagers of the Ptoey Woods m^pf^BurtM a > McOonniclc-ls^ool In Mississippi. Everyone, W. 1 mower'to Mii Chris Ma^-Uweaf' their ^o^^ery mu^raos^' and a hay rake to the Jensen 'Broth- f'attendtag from Sexton were Mr -and Mrs. Harvey Steven and children/Fearl, William and Amriel Hauck, sons of William Hauck, Martin and Wm. Elding, sons of Andrew Kading of- Lotts c jeek. while driving a Ford sedan west of Lotte Creek near the Martin Meyer larm Sunday afternoon ran In some lo«se gravel causing their car to run off the grade, breaking off a telephone pole and badly wrecking the car. One of the Hauck boys' head was seriously cut and required several stitches and tne Kading boys received severe bruis- GS, EIGHT YEARS OF ILLNESS ENDED BYNEWKONJOLA Stubborn Ailments of Kidneys and Bowels Prove no Problem for Medicine. Leo, Wilbur and Everett, Neva Olson! Robert Muckey, Mr. and Mrv'Orville Hedrick, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, Mrs. Sarah wise- and daughter, v Nell, Laura Stratton and. Kathryn "Klrsch- baum. City Pay* May BHls. MRS. J. B. VAN ALST. "I suffered with a weakness of the kidneys for about eight years," said Mrs. J. B. Van Alst, 235 North Thirteenth street, West, Cedar Rapids Night risings broke Into my rest. I tried a great many remedies and spent a great deal of money without getting relief. Severe headaches wera common as were dizzy spells of the worst sort. These latter attacks became so severe that I fell backward or pitched forward on my face. Constipation bothered me for a long time "I have taken eight bottles of Kon- jola with the best of results. It is the mildest and most effective laxative I have ever used and I am entirely free from constipation. My sister Is also taking Konjola and although she has used but two bottles to date, her health is much better. I shall continue to take Konjola until my health troubles are over." Konjola is the most talked of medicine in America because it makes good, no matter how stubborn the case. From four to eight weeks is considered a fair trial. Konjola Is sold in Algona, Iowa, at E. W. Lusby drug store, and by all the best druggists in all towns throughout this entire section. Electric Light Fnnd. J. W. Kelly, salary 165.00 Leo Bellock, salary 150.00 Tom Halpin, salary 135 00 Walter Gorman, salary 13s!oO Waiter Gorman, salary 5 oo Ray Barton, salary 130.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary 130.00 C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary ..., 145^00 Electric Equipment Company, mdse 5,05 Eagle Iron Works, mdse. 40 00 Westinghouse Electric Supply Co 33342 Shell Petroleum Corp, dlst 198 39 Century Electric Co., mdse 38 64 Vacuum Oil Co., mdse 548'ei Fulton Iron Works Co., labor and mdse 61362 Warren Electric Co., mdse .... 5 43 The'Garland Co., mdse U',GQ J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse . 28*00 West. Elect. & Mfg. Co., mdse. .. iea'.50 Fairbanks Morse & Co., mdse .. 3.96 Westinghouse Electric Supply Co., mdse 690 71 Electric Supply Co., mdse 1160.78 Clinton Falls Nursey Co., mdse. 6.00 standard Oil Company, mdse. .. 6,65 H, B. Mason, land purchased.2000.00 Ellis Runchey, mdse 5,33 United States Rubber Co., mdse. 435 33 Norton Machine Works, mdse. . 63.02 W. H. Horan Electric Co., mdse, 6151 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse 8 20 State Historical Society of Iowa, mdse. s p oo Botsford Lumber Co., mdse .... 6 20 "'-"-• ~" - - ae!52 — "The Bread with-.a Flavor/' Zm"""*mmmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm£ Ry, Express Agency, express Earl Bowman et al, labor ., 2.80 653,27 Sewer Fond. J. W. Kelly, salary ............ 35.00 A. E. Michel, engineering .... 6.J5 . Band Fund. Algona Military Band, services,. 825.00 General Fond. Jesse Lashbrook, salary 69.20 Jesse Lashbrook, salary ...... 35.00 Elliott SkUling, man & team . 177.80 Elliott Skilllng, man & team .. 28 00 George Gunder, street labor ,. 102.55 Louis Hagg, street labor ...... 99.76 Frank Skilling, street labor .... 100.45 Elsie Cadv. sweeping .......... 65,80 John Williams, labor ........ 8.75 Jim Jones, labor 3,90 Fred Baumgartner, gravel ,.., 320.40 H. A. Schrieber, labor 3.50 Howard Schrieber, labor , 33,25 Willard Gregson, man and team 151.90 Willard Gregson, man and team 42.00 Ernest Moe, labor ,„, ,... 1.76 H. W. Post, frt. & dray. .... 7.38 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse, .. 20,00 H. N, Kruse, Co. Treas., twees 77.17 Old Dray Shop, mdse. & labor ,. 47,05 E. W. Hansen, labor 68.16 Fred Baumgartner, gravel ...... 3.60 O. W. Erickson, mdse 14.49 O. W, Erickson, .mdae. ,,,..,,. 4.69 Chriscnilles & Herbst, mdse . ,87 Advance Publishing Co., printing .; 87.69 Skelly oil company, gas and oil 20.42 Frank SchalUn, police .......... 8.75 F. A. Newville burying dogs .. 4,50 F. A. Newville, salary ., .125.00 Iowa State Bank, Int. coupons . ' 60.00 Paving District No. 1 Fund. Carleton D, Ben Company, Int. coupons 120.00 Kossuth County State Bank, Int. coupons (.,..,. 12000 Iowa State Bank, bonds 2000.00 Pavlngr District No. 2, Fund. Iowa State Bank, bond and coupon ., 112.00 Kossuth, County State Bank, Int. coupons 12.00 Pavlnjr District No. 5, Fond. Carleton D. Beh Company, Int. coupons ;.., 60.00 Kossuth County state Bank, Int. coupons eo.0o! Iowa State Bank, bond 500,00 City Improvement Fund. The White Phillips Company, tot. coupons , 2655 The WWte Phillips Company, tot, coupons -. 78.75 * • W. J. Thackeray, Lot 2, Block 74, O. ting properties described Resolution No, 1, Skelly Oil company, gas and oil Mrs. Elsie Cady, haul oil, etc. .. 30.80 Des Moines Business Service, labor ..., 30,80 Henry Mason, option 10000 Rob Smith, labor ao Paine & Sorensen, mdse, .... 17,05 O. Ray Smith, meter reading , 33.75 K. O. Bank, check books 180 F. A, Newville, use of car 15.00 Frank Green, salary ,.,....... 125.00 Tom Akre, rent 10,00 Senter Store et al, refund depos- sits Hugh Post, frt. and dray. 95.00 126.18 16.39 Ry. Express Agency, express .... S. J. Backus, P. M,, envelopes, eto 9.60 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., service .. 14.55 J. W. Kelly, expense 355 Cleve Barton, et al, labor no 05 A. E. Michel, engineering 12 38 To H, M. Hauberg, Work Fund account, transfer .., .,.2000,00 Water Fund. J, W, Kelly, salary 75.00 Prank Ostrum, salary , J30.00 O. E. Atcheson, salary 125,00 Laura Mitchell, salary uo.QO W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse so 16 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co., mdse , 19'70 Wigman Company, mdse 42".61 ..._,. _ . 8M)8 15.49 10,00 Northwest. Bell Tele. Co., ser> vice 4.80 Jesse TJmbenhower, care of dump 5.00 A. E. Michel, engineering .... 89.88 H. R. Cowan, on court house park paving ..,.,....1015.22 Swimming Pool Fund. Wallace & Tiernan, mdse. .... 2.10 Barada & Page, mdse. ........ 19.38 Mathieson Alkali Works, mdse, 32,80 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .... 8.00 Electric Light Fund, Int. coupons ....,, .100000 Mill Owner's Mutual Fire Insurance Co, of Iowa, Ins. on bath house is.ao of Resolution ordering construction Permanent Sidewalks. Be it resolved by the city council of the city of Algona, Iowa, that It Is dejmed necessary to construct permanent sidewalks In the city of "Algona. Iowa, abutting the following described property, by the property owners there°* f $ *?- * here *° re ordered by this council that the property owners 'of the property utting such resol v6d nnHo , herel) y notice of this resolution as by^ordmance of the dty of approved 51 that the city to give ADAH QARLSQN. City, Clerk. ALBERT OOREN, Oleve Barton et al, labor 43,45 Leighton Supply Co., Hill Butter Tub Co., mdse City of Fort Podge, mdse. Lalng; if Muckey, mdse. Hugh Post, & dr»y, 16.25 Fire fund. 0. o. Wright, salary 45,00 Oscar Anderson, expense ..,,,, 15.00 H. W, Post, frt. $ dray, 2.6J Cunningham 6* Lacy, fireman's ins. .,., .,...,. 15,60 Aljtona Fire Company, H fires , 880,00 American LaFrance & Foamlte Ind, mo,, mdse. ............ diH, ed in the city of AJgona, Iowa, be and they are hereby ordered to construct permanent sidewalks abutting said property described within thirty days af- «L tb M pw H 1 i iosWon of notlce covering said sidewalk construction order, The Sows- 9t WW W^rty I?eta8 as Frank Slagle, Lot 5, Block 220, Call's Add. Receiver of County Savings Bank, Lote 6, 7 and 8, Block 220 Call's Add. Helen Trauger, Lot 5, Block 82, Qrt- ginal plat, * aQ n\ mrmaoxi ' Lots 3 mA *> Blook w, o, jr. Rosa E. Brown, Lot 4, Block 31, O. i <A A m }f S? g ? et i S *"* °! Lot 2 . » 1. Aud. Plat of Reservation No. 1. Karl H. Johnson, Stf of Lot 5, Block » O, Made to order, any size 4 ft. poultry fencing, 150 ft. roll „ 'Bed Barn Paint, one gallon ,_„_ 6 gallons for $6,26. White House pure lead and zinc, per gal. —.«., C.S. Johnson Paint, 2.95 City paving Fjind. Oarleton P. ieh, Jnt, wypons . 3QQ.OO Waterloo e^vtn^ Bank, bonds and coupons .2120,00 Kossuth County State pank, int. coupons 00.00 Kossuth County State Bank, Int. coupons ...........,.,.,,,,.. 480.00 Iowa State BanJs, bonds ...... GOOD USED CARS 1930 Pontiae new coach 1928 Pontiae coach , 1930 Chevrolet coach J927 Chevrolet aedaw 193$ Ford roadster ALGONA AUTO 1926 Chevrolet coach 1929 ford coupe 1928 For4 sport coupe 1927 Chevrolet coach 991

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