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f he Upper Des Moines-Republican, July 9,1930 Fenton News Items W. F. M. Meetlng- The regular meeting of the Women's Foreign Missionary society was held In the M. E. church parlo? Thursday af* ternoon. The meeting was opened with ft song by, all. Devotlonals were In Charge of the president, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey. The two readings Were given, "The Call of the Jews," by Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and a "A Perdue Party," by Mrs. W. R, Wolfe. A vocal duet Was given by Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod and Mrs. Elmer Weistfrod and was followed by a reading by Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod entitled "Two Mite Box Openings." An unusually large crowd Was In.attendance. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod and Mrs. G. W. Newel. Bomb Bits little Boy— Vernon, the little six year old son of -; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ohm had the wlsfortunte to be hit With a lighted bomb on Thursday of last week. The accident happened at the home of his •uncle, H. J. Mlttag in Lotts Greek. Some of his playmates were playing on a balcony and threw a lighted bomb below where he was playing and it went off striking him in the side of the face. Be was taken to Dr. Clapsaddle for treatment, and given the antitoxin for lockjaw. It is hoped he will suffer no 111 effects from it. In Honor of Dltsworth Children- Mr, and Mrs. Earl Dean entertained relatives at their home Sunday in honor of the Dltsworth children. Those Here From Minnesota— G. L. ^Bey, and Mr. and Mrs. 3. W. Bey and son, Forrest of bodge Center, Minnesota, and Mrs. O. W. Rand of Manterville, Minnesota, arrived last week Wednesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod. Mrs. J. W* Bey is a sister and Mrs. Rand an aunt of Mrs. Welsbrod. Her nephew, Forrest, remained till Thursday and in company with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, went to Hawley, Minnesota, for a visit with Mrs. Weisbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 9. Gibbons. Meyers Entertain Sunday- Mr, and Mrs. August Meyers entertained the following guests Sunday; Mrs. Mary Grosnick, of Watertown, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Elmers and family of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family, Mrs. Herman Mittag and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boetteher and daughter, Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mif- tag, Kir. and Mrs. Ferdinand Meyers and family and Ferdinand Meyers, Jr., all of Lotts Creek. Baileys Have Visitors— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bailey and family of Marshall, Minnesota, and the Misses Frances and Marjorle Bailey were Saturday evening dinner guests at the F. C. Bailey home. James Bailey, who has spent the past two weeks at the home of his uncle, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bailey went bo of Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown and children of Gruver; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Green, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dltsworth and children, Raymond and Robert of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dltsworth and children of Rawson, North Dakota; MBS. c. J. Trowbridge and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dorset, and daughter, Gwendolyn Gladys of Lonsdale, Mississippi. Cowboy Returns for Visit- Mr, and Mrs. August Meyers and daughter, Ena, of Elkader arrived here Wednesday for a visit at the home of Mr. Meyers' brother, John Meyers, and other friends. Mr. Meyers used to be a cowboy here irl the early days and many of his friends among the old settlers are living here yet. NOTICE. The board of directors of Seneca Consolidated School District, Seneca, Kossuth county, Iowa will meet July 21st, 1930, at eight p. m., at school house. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. A. T. PAULSEN, District Secretary. 4 5 6 7- Estimated Amt. Expend. Expend. Income Necessary for year for year 1 2 Proposed Bal.on Expend. Hand Estimated June 30 other than toberaised '29&'30 "28&'29 FUNDS— Taxation by Taxation General $17,000 $ 1,000 $16,000 $ 17,032 $ 15,350 School House 2,600 2,000 1,000 2,626 2,670 TOTALS $19,600 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $17,000 $19,658 $18,020 Number of persons of school age In the district 168. Taxable Valuation (1930) $271,659 Moneys and Credits (1930) 17,295 Entry Record of the Hearing and Determination of the Estimate. Be It remembered, that on this, the 1st day of July, 1.930, the board of directors of Seneca Consolidated, Seneca, Kossuth county, Iowa met in session for the purpose of filing and considering the estimate for the local budget of said schood district. There was present a quorum as required by law. Thereafter and on said day there was filed the foregoing estimate. . Thereafter said estimate was duly considered by the board. The board being fully advised finds that a date of hearing on said estimate should be fixed and it does fix the 21st day of July, A. D., 1930, at the hour of eight p. m., of said day as the date of hearing, said hearing to he had at the schoolhouse in Seneca, Kossuth county, Iowa. The secretary was directed to 'publish the estimate and the notice as required by law, in the Upper Des Moines-RepuWlcan, a newspaper published at Algona, of .said county. Publication to be for one insertion at least ten days prior to the date set for hearing. • GEO. G. GOETSOH, President. 4 A. T. PAUL8EN, District Secretary. ,. ,-.,. .- ', ^NOTICE. " ',-".'• " " '.""' The board of directors of Independent School District of Algona, Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, will meet July 23,1930, at 8:00 p. m., at City Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures at that time. MARY E. MITCHELL, District Secretary. 1 2 4 5 6 Proposed Bal.on Expend. Hand Estimated Amt. Expend. Expend. Income Necessary for year tor year Estimated June 30 other than toberalsed 1030 1930-31 1930 Taxation by taxation $ 53,583 $ 10,000 $ 70,000 $ 79,880 107,981 1929 $ 71,506 • 34 FUNDS— General $80,000 School House 4,000 107,981 4,000 Transportation... 1,500 . 1,500 SDe"cial (Bond) ,. 18,420 18,420 TOTALS ,...$103,920 $161,564 $10,000 $83,920 $ 79,880 $ 71,540 Taxable Valuation (1930) $ 612,621 Moneys and Credits (1930) r..... $1.021.988 Entry Record of the hearing and determination of the Estimate. Be it remembered, that on this] the 1st day of July, 1930, the board of directors of Independent School District .of Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, met in session for the purpose of filing and considering the estimate for the local budget of said school district. There was present a quorum as required by law. Thereafter and on said day there was filed the foregoing estimate. Thereafter said estimate was duly considered by the board. The board being fully advised finds that a date of hearing on said estimate should be fixed and it does fix the 23d day of July, A. D. 1930 at the hour of 8!00< p. m., of said day as the date of hearing, said hearing to be had at the City Hall, in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, The secretary was directed to publish the estimate and the notice of hearing as required by law, in the Upper Des Moines-Republican, a newspaper published at Algona of said county. Publication to be for one insertion at least ten days prior to the date set for hearing. T. P. HARRINGTON, President. MARY E. MITCHELL, District Secretary. Dean Family Gathering— Mrs. C. J. Trowbridge, Mrs. C. 3. Dorset ahd Gwendolyn Gladys of tons- dale, Mississippi, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Trowbridge and daughter, Viola, from Cologne, South Dakota, Jessie Ditsworth and children of Rawson, North Dakota, arrived here Tuesday to be present at a family gathering at the Earl Dean home Sunday. Haase Cats Hand- Harry Haase had an accident last week Saturday which will result in his being laid oft Mom work for awhile. He was putting new shovels in his cultivator and his hand slipped in such a manner that it struck one of the sharp edges of the shovel cutting the wrist open. Four stitches were taken to Close the wound. Here for a Visit— E. A. Elsenschmldt and Mrs. Clarence Anderson of Dubuque came on Thursday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wliberg and other relatives. They returned home Sunday accompanied by Mrs. E. A. Eisenschmldt who has been visiting here the past several weeks. Came Home for the Fourth- Misses Nettie Welsbrod and Alice Glas came home from Cedar Ftells where they are attending summer school, Thursday, to spend the Fourth of July at their respective homes. They drove back Sunday in Nettle's car, accompanied by Gladys Welsbrod who will spend the coming week there. Walkers Have" a Girl- Announcement was received here of the birth of a baby girl born June 26 to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Walker of Kingsberry, New York. She was named Harriet June. This is the first girl In the family. They have two other children, both boys. Mr. and Mrs. Walker were former residents here. Mrs. W. P. Ohm and Mrs. E. W. Ruske were E£thervJUe - visitors last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller were entertained Sunday at the P. Myllen- bach home in Rolfe. ~ Miss Matilda Kressin of Cedar Falls was a week end visitor at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. P. Ohm. Mrs. Harold Goetsch and son spent from Thursday until Sunday at the George Goetsch home in Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Heiter and children of Rolfe visited with the former's sister, Mrs. Earl Dean, Saturday. Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod left Monday for a week's visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. P. Worrel at Clarinda. Mrs. John Hanson spent the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wegner at Armstrong. Martina Olson of David, Iowa, arrived the first of last week for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. G. W. Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Leo^P. Elbert of Whittemore were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Elbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hansen. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and family of Lone Rock were "entertained at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean last week Tuesday. A meeting was held Tuesday evening for the purpose of appointing committees for, the chautauqua' to be held herVjuly 14 to'"17. '* *»'' * '< Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Welsbrod and family spent Sunday at the home of Mrs..:Welsbrod's mother, Mrs. J. A. Kresensky, in Algona. 'Mrs. John Meyers, Mrs. Mary Harsch and Mrs. A, H. Meyers and children spent Wednesday at the Melvin Mansager home near Cylinder. Rev. and Mrs". R. W. Kabelitz and family and Mrs. Kate Hantelman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert VoetOer home. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and daughter, Betty Jean, and Miss Edith Laage were Wednesday afternoon visitors a- the Glen Burt home at Armstrong. Barbara and Arthur Randall of Leonard, Minnesota, came Sunday for an extended visit at the home of their sister, Mrs. Wilmer Hantelman., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuyhl and daughter, Ruth May and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson spent Saturday at the J. A. Fourtney home in Ceylon. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers and daughter Ena, of Elkader were dinner guests this week Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, A. H. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter and their daughter, Harriet, and Robert Reber of Oilman, Wisconsin, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen and family drove to Swea City Sunday to see the Otto Jensen family who were seriously injured in an suto collision that day. Blanch Mayer, who is employed at the 0. H. Humphrey home left last •week Tuesday from Algona for n, vlnit with her parents in Bloomlngton, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Kraft and Rhinehold Borhardt left last week Thursday for a visit with the latter's wife in Minneapolis. They returned home Sunday. Wm. Stamer, Dennis Smith, and Chas. Glaus accompanied Donald Wels- brod on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota. They expect to return home on Sunday. Mrs. Mary Harsch of this place and her son, Ed. and wife of Des Moines spent the day at the A. H. Meyer home last week Monday. They returned the same evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Orin McFall and daughter, Frances, of Cedar Rapids arrived last week Monday for a week's visit 1 at the T. N. McFall and W. R. Wolfe homes. Mrs. Chas. Steward and two child:en,o' Slbley and Mrs L. A. Peterson of Kingsted wire Fnnton visitrm Saturday at thn hosro of Mr a:.d Mrs. C. V Geronsln. The W. C. T. U. will hold their regular meeting in the M. E. church parlor Thursday afternoon. Mrs. F. H. Eigler will be assisted by Mrs. H. 0. Lindsay in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson of Clinton came Thursday to spend the Fourth and visit at the home of Mrs. Peterson's nephew, Robert Kuyhl. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagner are the parents of a baby boy born in the Kossuth hospital hi Algona last week Tuesday. This is their second child. They now have a boy and a girl. Arlo Ranney left Sunday for Marshall, Minnesota, where he met his uncle, Vernon Tubbs. From there they left for northern Minnesota), where they will make a tour of the lakes. Mr. and. Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf. en- Joyed a visit from Mrs. Holdorf's brother, Floyd Gillette and family of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, from Wednesday until Saturday of last week. Wilbert Holdorf drove overjp Pickerel Lake last week Wednesday evening after Mrs. Holdorf and the children who had spent the past two weeks at the Wm. Campbell home at that place. The Lotts Creek baseball team defeated the Fenton team 11 to 0 on the local diamond Sunday. Batteries for Lotts Creek were Mittag, Kressin, and for Fenton, Alderson, Wander and Haase. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod drove to Mankato Saturday after their daughter, Gladys and Vivian Glaus, who have been employed there the past several weeks. Thjpy returned the same evening.- ....- .••••;,:': ,. • • . , : _. : , Mrs. Wilmer Hantelman and baby went to Estherville Wednesday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Don Roberts. Mr. Hantelman drove over after her and they returned home Sunday. j • '" Mrs. Carl Wolfe came Wednesday for a visit at the parental Chas. Laurit- zen.home. Carl drove over aftor her Sunday and they returned to Lattimer where they have only re-.^ntly moved. They formerly lived at Rtaard. The G. E. Griffith family, who have been visiting the past ten days with the P. H. Jensen family and other relatives, returned to their home in Des Moines Sunday. Marlys Jensen &c- companled them for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones and family of Des Moines came Friday evening for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga. Mrs. Jones is a niece of Mrs. Hayenga. They remained over till Saturday, returning home in the evening. , Jacob Tengel went to Storm Lake this week Monday where he will meet other represntatlves of the Square Deal Insurance Company to make adjustments on about two hundred and forty losses caused by a hall storm in that vicinity June 22. Attorney and Mrs. R. S. Carlton and Miss Fanny Gerkin of Spirit Lake spent Friday at the Rev. Gerkin home. Miss Gerkin remained for a more extended visit, but the others returned home on Saturday. Mrs. Carlton and Miss Gerkin are sisters of Rev. Gerkin. Condensed Statement of Condition Kossuth County State Bank Algona, Iowa As inacjo to the State Banking Department at the close of business June 30th, 1930. RESOURCES. Loans to customers $ 558,376.96 Overdrafts 42-82 Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 30,531.45 Other Real Estate _ 87,221.93 U. S. Government, Kossuth Co. Road & other listed bonds 186,912.48 CASH AND DUE PROM BANKS 190,204.01 377,116.49 TOTAL RESOURCES $1,053,289.65 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus —_ 20,000.00 Undivided Profits 5,406.42 Reserved for Depreciation 2,500.00 TOTAL DEPOSITS — 975,383.23 TOTAL LIABILITIES ..$1,053,289.65 The Pioneer Bank of Kossuth County Fifty-Seven Years of Banking Service in Kossuth County ••••••••••••••m Mrs. Drager is a sister* of Mr. Mr. and, Mrs. E. A. Elsenschmldt and daughter, Louise, Mrs. Clarence Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wilberg and Mrs. Harry Widdel and children met with relatives from Bode at sthe Call State Park at Algona Saturday and enjoyed a picnic supper together. Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Ruske went to Spencer Thursday. From there they were accompanied by Mrs. Ruske's mother, Mrs. J. L. Olson of Spencer and her sister, Mrs. Robert Morris ol Des Moines to Lake Okoboji, where they had a cottage lor the week end. Charles Aman purchased a new Ford sedan one day last week. Miss Nell Wise was a dinner guest of Miss Edith Greenfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield were callers at the Clem Cunningham home west or town Sunday evening. Joseph Miller of Hartley, visited on Friday at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller, and family. Mrs. John Tuff, Jr., left the last of last week for her uncle's home where she will go with them to Minnesota, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. John Bahr and children were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Leonard Drager home south of Condensed Statement of the Condition of the IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA On call of the Superintendent of Banking, June 30th, 1930. RESOURCES. LIQUID RESERVE— U. S. Government Bonds .—$308,842.57 Municipal Bonds 44,243.09 Bankers' Acceptances 25,000.00 Commercial Paper —r 24,000.00 Cash and due from banks —.149,732.27 551,817.93 LIABILITIES. CAPITAL STOCK -$ 50,000.00 SURPLUS , 20,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS 19,096.78 DEPOSITS _ _. 866,558.08 ,1 'L, ij REAL ESTATE LOANS- -,o 7 «nnnn First Mortgages on improved real estate 137,50U.UU LOANS TO CUSTOMERS - - . 243,735.04 STOCK IN FEDERAL RESERVE BANK 2,100.00 OVERDRAFTS ___..-^- 1 *'®? BANKING HOME , 15,000.00 FURNITURE AND FIXTURES , 5,500.00 Upon tUe mtrite of tn§ above statement we Invite your business, Reserve and conservative investments insure safety, Resources, facilities and the organization to meet Mr: and Mrs. Henry 'HawleyV' daughter, Naomi DeWilde,- and * Con-. stance Joy of Mason City spent the week end with their sltser," Mrs. B. E. Sanders. ' • ' >' ( i -Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven church services held In the high school building in Britt Sunday evening which were in charge of a delegation of young people from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and children, Robert and "June, were Sunday visitors at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mrs. Bolenus ahd Mrs. Sanders are sisters. Mrs. Sarah Wise and son, Herman, and daughter, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and little granddaughter, Florence Marie Phillips, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and family east of town. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children, Kathryn and Leo and Wm. Huff left Monday noon for a trip in Minnesota where they went on a fishing trip until Tuesday when they will return home. Miss Mildred Kutschara, student at the State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, came home Thursday evening to spend the Fourth of July with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara, east of town. She returned to Cedar Falls Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield entertained a large group of relatives at a picnic dinner Friday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield of Irvlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Runchey and daughter, Mary of Algona, Mrs. George Go wans and three children of Mason City. Everyone enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and children, Pearl, Leo, Wilbur and Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and James Steven of South Dakota attended a Steven family reunion held at the Call State Park Sunday. Thomas Steven of Algona and James Steven of South Dakota are brothers. James Steven leaves this week for his home n South Dakota. Mrs. Charles Aman s a daughter of Tom Steven and Harvey Steven is a son of James Steven. GOOD HOPE NEWS. The buildings on the Tom Reid farm are being brightened up with a new coat of paint. The Turner Bros, of Algona are doing the work. Mrs. Julia Bond, who has _been at the home of her sister, Mrs. O. L. 3ittmer during the past several months las returned to her home at Harding:on, Nebraska. Do you know what Influences cause you to form your opinion of your neighbor? We will talk about that at our service at Good Hope and South Cresco on next Sunday. Word received yesterday by Mrs. Wm. Treptow carried information of the serious illness of her sister, Mrs. Rebecca Bixby, at Denver, Colorado. Mrs. Blx- by formerly lived in Algona. Melvin Bourne arrived a week ago last Saturday for a visit of two weeks at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Melvin is great- enjoying his work at Harper hospital at Detroit, Michigan, and will continue his internesmp there. The "I Want to Know" service at Good Hope a wea. 1 ; ago waa well attended and appeared to be of much interest. Miss Vera Steii ol Algona contri- be in of the * r 5 J f •* •*" "'a U * ' Of over "fiitys people in attendance at church 1 at Good Hope on last Sunday more thfcn:three-flfths of the number were young people and children. Presence of youth" sertainly adds Important sparklefand-vitality to a service of worsh',) and Is a compliment to the pastor. But the atmosphere of dignity and sober thinking in- spiied by the presence of those of mature years is ir.vii'.uabls. * The next meeting of the Good Hope Ladles' Aid society will be held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Bourne, who will be assisted by Mrs. Wm. Martin and Mrs. Tony Jandl. The meeting two weeks ago at the Dowie Smith home was one of the most successful of many successful meetings of recent months. Mrs. Smith, the hostess, was assisted by Mrs. Jake Smith and other relatives, and made a most pleasant afternoon for between forty and fifty members and guests of the society. A number of Good Hope folks celebrated the Fourth with quiet neighborhood gatherings. Among these was one at the Ed. Broesder home where in addition to the Broesder family there were included the Alex McArthur and Wm. Broederson families. At the Don Moore home another group consisting of the family of the host and hostess and the A. M. Gustafson and A. H. Wood families spent a pleasant and restful day. With the congested automobile traffic on holidays an increasingly large number of folks are refusing to travel .the highways on other than errands of necessity. LOW Round Trip Fares between Postville Calmar, Decorah New Hampton Charles City Mason City ! Garner, Britt Algona, Emmetsburg Spencer Sanborn, Sheldon .„ |nwood j and intermediate stations Tickets on sale daily, at One and one-third fare for the round trip, Return limit 15 days. For fartbtr •ak tb* local agent % MILWAUKEE

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