The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1930 · Page 8
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/• -n«'~ 7;,, PC Hofius Family Picnic the Fourth J2 A Fourth of July picnic was held tm tne lawn at the country home of Mf and Mrs. Prank Hofius In honof ol •Waiting relatives. Those who were tJW- fier.t wers Mr. and Mrs. Wm. De&rohs and children, Allen and Lois, of Den- Ver, Colorado; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs and family, and Mr. and Mrs Claude Dparehs and family, Unldai Mr. and Mrs. Garret Dearehs of Algona Mr. and Mrs. Aug.-Strom, Algona; Mr and Mrs. Willis Bilsborough, and Alfred Matson and son, Donald, Armstrong' Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Graham and family of Butt; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kress and Mf. Kress' mother, Mrs. Lizzie Kress, all of Mallard; Mr. and Mrs. George Hofius, Mr. and Mrs. L. DeGraw, and daughters, Mildred and Mabel; Mayhard Stephenson of Algona; Mr. arid Mrs, Charles Hofius, Florida; Mr. and Name of person, f irm or corporation to whom Otto Knudsen Carl Hutchins Am. Ry. Express Co Gen. Fun Atnottfi ....$ -. - A There fifty-eight who enjoyed the courtesy of the day and the usual good tunes one always has when Mr. and Mrs. Hofius are host and hostess. ...Our want ads we working for you. Watch them and youll get results. A look at our wedding stationery would tempt a man to marriage. " ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT T. p. HARRINGTON, president. MARY E. MITCHELL, Secretary. RECEIPTS— GENERAL FUND. Churchill Mfg. Co. ... « "I ' " — Palmer Products .'..'..'..'.'.'"" ' R0 « Port Huron Mach. Co. ' ' *•..... oa.ws Janney Semple-HUl & Co Chrischllles & Herbst . {The Goeders Co. i..'.'.'.*.','.'.'.." ". " "" Algona Ice Cteam & Candy Col'!!!'.! Algona Steam Laundry '••••< Algona Flour & Feed Co,,...-....!!'. • J. F. Overmyer ' ' Bert Cronan *" ' ' 356.72 117.79 On hand last report Normal training aid General fund tax levy Semi-annual apportionments Tuition Other sources Amount > 55,021.74 722.15 63,600.00 2,456.70 11,177.00 186.35 Total general fund RECAPITULATION GENERAL FUND. .$133,463.94 On hand last report ............. (Of which $2,058.00 was In closed bank)'. Total receipts current year ........ Total general fund » * 65,021.74 ..... ..... ..... , Disbursements current year (See paces 1 to 5) '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' .............. 7fl MO M Balance on hand t.h)« ™>n/»4 ....................... 78,880.08 Balance on hand this report (Of which $2,058.00 Is In closed bank)'.' RECEIPTS—SCHOOL HOUSE FUND. On hand last report Bchoolhouse fund tax levy .. ' Sale of bonds „ .'.'.'!".'!.'.'.'.'.'.'!.'.'.'.'.'.'."'.""" Total receipts schoolhouse fund BECAPIXDLATION SCHOOLHOUSE FUND. On hand last report „ Total receipts curreat year '...'.'."" '" •'•••••» Total Bchoolhouse'fund Balance on hand this report ••"••"• ••••• 53,583.88 Amount ...$17,225.37 ... 3,200.00 ... 87,655.63 Mary E. Mitchell, secretary !,!!!""!' Lalng&Muckey ,. Northwestern Bell TeL Co. ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.""' " Alex Nellsen ...'....'.'..*.'" * ^* Holcomb Mfg. Oo. ........ Metropolitan Supply Co. .. . ", Advance Publishing Co .'.*..'" ' Upper Des MolnesRepublican .....'. Loyd Gross E. W. Lusby Ginn & Co '. Standard Oil Co Owen-Nichols W. D. Allen Mfg. Co. .......*'.."/ L. C. Smith Typewriter Co. '. Beckley-Cardy Co Norton Machine Works St^? d ,S» W* Book Cant &' •' : •' •' •' •' •' •' •'"''.'.'''.'-'--'-'-" 2i5 Mary E. Mitcnell, exn City Clerk 7.....!.!. Botsford Lumber Co .' ' Cunningham & Lacy .'.' Midland Chem. Lab. Inc. ..». ...'.'/.'. Iowa Medical Supply Co,.... , Messenger Printing Co. 45.00 31.65 90.29 102.74 12.45 91.79 20.00 213.76 5.00 4 THE VALUE OF So i xii I>i:si4;\ New Ford engine gives outstanding accelerations speed and power without sacrificing reliability or economy .$107,881.00 Amount Paine & Sorensen Jens Knudsen ........".".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. « _„„ Thos. Douglas 7 *j-°° Geo. HoHus, Treas V.'.'.V. ' ' Sllverberg Bros. Co "•• Houghton MlffUn Co ' -'—' Ext. Division, Iowa University ..'.'.'.'.'.".".' Iowa Tuberculosis Association " Scott Foresman & Co ' AUyn & Bacon Century Brass Works ......'..'..'.'".' ' Gregg Publ. Co, .., Public Schools Publ. Co. .934 325 47.08 2.00 14.50 *i *. '*ir pSf , 2* &' I* \" •V <*> <\%\ 1*4 SATISFYING KftFORMANCE.. 10.00 19.50 17.14 . OldsmoblleV performance Is, ^ vf *v ^ it does all things Veil. Accelera- ls ewjfrand silsnt. Speed aad eoe 'always, no matter what ,'thfc conditions, Oldsmobile Us comfortable to drive and restful to ride in. Gome in and examine this car—with .its smartly styled Body by Fisher. Drive it. .. and know the thrill and satisfaction that characterize Oldsmobile performance. TWO-DOOR SEDAN '. o. b. Michigan Sfan Tin ana JlumMr* tuira Algona Motor Sales Fred Wehler W. H. Horan Elec. Co. .....".". Johnson Publ. Co Frye Mfg. Co. Baker Paper Co. ... F. A. Newville '. Paxson & Paxson A. Sponberg E. W. Hansen ..; Algona-Ins. Agency W. H. Bowman Yale University Press A. J. Nystrum Co J. D. Wallace & Co. Foster Furniture Bureau of Educ. Res. & Service Narragansett Machine Co Hammond & Stephens Co. ... The Mercer Printing Co F. S. Norton & Son Bert Deal R. F, Donovan '. United Chemical Co '. The MacMlllan Co. The A. N. Palmer Co Singer Sewing Machine Co. ..... Practical Drawing Co. Lussky White & Coolidge Co Am. Crayon Co City Clerk, rent OhristenseR Bros Laird & Reimer .....'.'.'.'. West Dls-lnfecting Co. Lyons & Carnahan Geo. B. Johnson O, C. Burchard & Co. Selck Tent & Awning Co Long Bros. Panama Carbon Oo. ., 0. S. Johnson ', A. H. Borchardt W. A. Horklns .' A. Hutchison John Frankl Mrs. Ethel Johnson "..... onnn John Byson .' 30.00 Menjzer Bush & Co „„, Typewriter Exchange ....'...'.'.'.'.'.' ' ?'!« Marine Biological Lab „'„ Thomas Charles Co °~r 'arnham Prt. & St. Co .'.'.'.' ?'2j H. R. Cowan ,,,° Ellis Runchey 51 - 15 Geo. M. Bechtel Co ,.-*° Edward Ostrum 3 ° >0 ° Algona Military Band, rent of hall'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'!.'.'.'!".'.' i".' i.'" .« Si The Bond Buyer .... Row, Peterson & Co. Kohlhaas Hardware The Old Dray Shop . Cliff Hardware Co. E. J. Gilmore „ „ Iowa State Bank I'.!!!!! ,, Proudfoot, Rawson, Souers & Thomas ...'.'.". BR nna Mark Sarchett 6B °°'° David King 22« R. j. Keen............:.:..;..::; «•« O, C. Knudsen ' \, ' f/.~' T. P. Harrington .'.' ' ™'°j Dodd, Mead & Co ?„; F .A. Owen Publ. Co , "J Kohlhaas Hardware ' . „ Anderson Bros ,„« O. W. Erlokson '. „'•••• 11 , 9 ;f. 5 J. F. Overmyer, Iowa City contest '. ,;„„ Chester Schoby „„„ L. H. Crawford •' 4 ^ Chas. Hanson ™ 1 JJ- M. J. Coate 45 ' 00 THE good performance of the Ford car, so apparent on every highway, is due largely to the sound, mechanical design of the engine. It has outstanding acceleration* speed and power, yet that is only part of its value to you. Greater still is the fact that it brings you all these features without sacrificing either reliability or economy. That is the reason the Ford car has given such satisfactory service to millions of motorists all over the world and has been chosen by so many large companies that keep accurate cost figures. In every detail of construction it has been carefully planned and made for the work it has to do. The design of the compression chamber is an important factor in the efficiency of the Ford engine. It is built to allow free passage of gases through the valves and to thoroughly mix the fuel by producing turbulence within the cylinders during compression. The spark • thus flashes quickly through the whole fuel charge, resulting in quicker and more effective engine performance. Other factors are the direct gravity gasoline feed, the specially designed, carburetor, the new hot-spot manifold, aluminum pistons, chrome silicon alloy valves of larger diameter, statically and dynamically balanced crankshaft and flywheel, the simplicity of the (electrical, cooling, lubrication, and fuel systems and accuracy in manufacturing. 57.00 NOTE THESE PRICES Roadster ..... Phaeton. .". . . . Tudor Sedan Coupe ....;. Sport Coupe LOW S435 440 495 495 525 545 '(500 D« tmus-Phaeton . . . . 625 Conrertlbl* Cabriolet . . 625 De Laze Sedan ' .... 640 Town Sedan . . . . . 660 o. 6, Dttrolt,plu,/r»t t ht and ttumpw* and tpar* tlr* txtrfh at law cott. De Laxe Coupe . . , . TSrwMrfBAnr Fordor Sedan THE NEW FORD TOWN SEDAN Ask the nearest Ford dealer for a demonstration Prances Messer 2199.86 "V^te- •^z? ^«' ,.*j tf, P USE ,BB '••'22 JBBBH iBBSf • nan* IBS m ' *' _. 'fiHB Hello Iowa! The WOO FOURTH AND WALNUT* DE8 MOINE0, IOWA lowa'a aeweK Bad tinvvt hotrf. 300 rooow, all with b«(b, »lectric £«o*, evvcy convenience. Ilnproof. Popular caffo* W»0p, ortlfitiiilly cooled. lUctw )I2.)0 ami >3.00. *¥9ttr* dmayi comfortable at a T<mg»ryMcGt*» l/vtff HOI EL ROOEBS. DltMuulnitoa, Hi. HOTEL VRKXlVKtiY, WttUrlM, unit, JM.W/1 (?' tr ^fcSrisriwi fUK 8HELDON-MUNN Am**, lawn • HOTELTHOMPSON Wftflwffii WiPj IMuu^i •kltm/i Itnl M«M Local!** UUCONIA, "2s** Hattie Wilson ............... .' ........................................ "JO.OO Leona Krampe ................. "\\\ .................................. ™2 Linda Pritchard ................... . ............................. "« AlvenaMUler ................ ....................... ' ............. 11 "° Erma Ploehn .................. .'.' ................................... ^Prances Duhlgg .................. ............................... »*{ Esther Goodwin .................... . .............................. "" RuthBabcock ................ ........................... iSg- Ruth Messenger . .................... ............................... "05.00 Ruth Krolkenbaum ............. ............................ "^'°° David 0. Ward .............. .................................... ,A«£? Aubrey Bonham ................ '..;'.!'.!'; ............................. IH?^ Quo. 8. Johnson ............... .. .................................. "W-JO Adnln Burmelster ............... .... ................................. }^Hn Lucia Wallace ............. ...................................... "?°.-W Dora Carson ............ ........................................ "15.00 Nellie Benedict ....... ..... .'..'.'.' ..................................... S™ Eileen Portman .................. .................................. J^'°° Carrie Durant ........................ .".'."I ......................... "35.00 Lola Dreesman .................... ............................. "^ Blanche Paulson Jessie Storle same wen er . ...... Margaret HuUerman Lillian Oranzow Esther Pulton Hazel Benedict Ward Daisy Bchoffstall Bertha Godfrey Laura Hjelle Bentlce Palmer .. J. P. Overmyer .... O. H. Johnson Drusllla Couglilln , Zella Nugent Eleanor Norton ... Hoi't/ense Ferguson Mrs. E. A. Scheme! Mrs. D, H. Qoeders Mrs. D. 1309.85 412.50 14.00 529.50 18.00 424.00 4V4AQ, JL/. 4V> K7WPJV '•'•»••*•*«•• t t . • ..»..,.,,,. 14Q AA Mra. J. F. Overmyer '.'.'/. «nn Htttllo Wilson, Agatha Ooughlln 6.00 COUNCIL OAK STORE PRICES FOB FRIDAY & SATURDAY "SUPERB" BRAND PEANUT BUTTER Ground fresh daily in our own plant. Quart Jar __ 29c SUM-R-AID Dime OC- pkgs.' 3 '' Council Oak ^ Pure Vanilla Extract^ 0 23c Medium Brown SUGAR 3 pounds 19c Pure Older VINEGAR Gallon Alaska Pink . Keep a few cans of this fine flavored fish in reserve. Salmon is always acceptable in emergencies. BOTTLES Dozen ,,.; CwC Cai ca: cans ASSORTED PRESERVES Qt. Jar 25c COOKED CORN BEEF No. 1 can 25c TAWDT COFFEE Sr d 397 BLUE BARREL SOAP 3 pound bare — ....25c PARAWAfe We Pickle Spice - 3 ntM 25c Back Bacon Lean narrow strips. .Whole or half, per pound ,„ , Pure Lard Net weight sanitary cartons, 2 pounds fe for „,_ Qpuncil Oak over KgQJ at 6;80 every momh 25c Wisconsin Cheese i Pey pouftd u.,,,.^,ii Sundat Bffow tb* MlJw It ta not an insult tbeae days to Ml pollUcal speaker to take yiQ ttlrT- Toledo Blade. ' Tbt Wl«, MM wise man kaowi ta '.uN^.,i>ui.l,

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