The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1930 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 10, 1930
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The Pmrer Des Molnes-ReputiUeatt, BeptettbM 10, 1080 SWEACITY COMPLETES PAVING Four Blocks of Cement tfow Grrace Streets of North Kossuth Town. ENGINEER DEDICATES JOB WITH STRAW HAT. Crew Worked Over Time to Complete the Job. Will be Open the Middie of the Month. Herald: Just as the one o'clock whistle blew Wednesday noon, Engineer Ray Desparios grabbed the straw hat which had sheltered his head durln? the long summer's droutti and hot weather and tossed It directly In front of the paving machine. An Instant later the last batch of concreete was poured, the straw hat disappeared in the mixture and the job of paving Swea City's main street was done. Paving on four blocks was completed Wednesday of this week by Booth & Olson, Sioux City, contractors, work having been started a week ago Mon- th day. Curb and gutters were completed Thursday and paving started the same day. A half day was lost Monday by reason of the rain during the forenoon. Nearly a day's total was lost last week because of delays in the arrival of material. Otherwise, the work has gone forward rapidly, and J 6 concensus among the residents of e town Is that a competent crew of workmen has completed a fine job. After the grading was completed last week the crew was reduced to some fifty men. Twenty men were employed in unloading rock, sand and cement from the cars. Unloading machinery Was not used because the Job was not large enough to warrant shipping In machinery and setting It up. Pay of the shovelers was increased to forty- five cents an hour Tuesday morning, a Voluntary act on the part of Superintendent C. E. Berqulst, who appreciated the efforts the men were making to get the job completed, elers were employed. Twenty shov- Some long days have been put in. For Instance, work started at 5:45 Tuesday, and the skilled finishers were still at It when darkness fell. Engineer Bay Desparios said Tuesday morning that the paving would be thrown open to traffic around the middle of the month. The Booth & Olson crew will.leave this week for Tyndall, South Dakota, to complete a contract for street paving there. Mr. and Mrs. John Erpeldlng of Algona are the parents of a fine baby boy born last Thursday at the Algona hospital. This is their fourth child. %ff£K?m0&CJf&^^ SEXTON HEWS •3Lws*rt«^yvww>»rt * '/vyS.Vfl*»yi Ai*ft V.-*A*fl*ft k A*ft*fl"O^T( •••••»•••••••»•••••••••••»••••••••••••• ! Bargains USED CARS '29 6 cyl. Chev. sedan. '29 6 cyl. Chev. coupe '29 6 cyl. Chev. cabriolet '28 4 cyl. Chev. coach '25 4 cyl. Chev. sedan. Ford tudor Sttidebaker sedan Jewett sedan D • Ford truck OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. • Phone 200 Algona, Iowa. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmm & The Better Than Ever Martin-6ouirty~ Fair FAIRMONT, MINNESOTA NIGHT AND DAY September 16-17 September 15, Entry Day Exhibits of Live Stock, Agriculture and Industries, Women's Work, Four-H Club and Schools Exhibit Automobile Show and Machinery Show Entertainment Features Thrills Galore Siegfried & Co., 3 acts Three La Mours, 2 acts Four Laverns, 2 acts The Wonderful Gould Family in Vaudeville, Music, Dance and two girl's boxing match. Harrison's Animals, 3 acts Gordien & Co., magicians. Most mysterious performers in the world. Some of the best Horse Races In the country. Come Everybody! It is your Fair. A good fair is worth much to the community. ztasayam^^ SEPT. 12-13 14 .00 Round Trip Special Attractions Baseball— White Sox vs. Washington See the Mueum the th. worm. S& Splendid attrac- tlons at the theatres. " S m " ' , tlcke ts will be honored in coaches on trains (except >,. ttcKewjvu^ oj . lglnal starting point not later than For f oil particulars and tickets apply to Agent & North Western Ry. Kathryn and Leo Kirschbaum spent last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eisenmann of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. John Wermersen of Algona spent Sunday afternoon with their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, south of town. Miss Mildred Klein of Bancroft Is visiting frt the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Weaver. She will visit here for two weeks. The Wise Brothers and Lloyd Steven ran a stand at the fair grounds at Algona last week during the fair and they report business and proceeds good the last days of the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and two sons, Wilbur and Everett drove to Winterset Saturday taking their niece, Alice Camp, home after a visit here of six or seven weeks. They returned home Sunday evening as school started Monday morning. Mrs. Florence Orthel and son, Leo, took dinner Thursday with her niece, Mrs. August Kirschbaum. They left for California Friday morning from Wesley and will make their home In the west as her other son and her daughter are already out there. Mrs. Sarah Wise, son Herman, and daughter, Nell, Mrs. Drusllla Notfe, and Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and children met at the Mack Wise home Sunday afternoon where all enjoyed a fifty pound watermelon sent up from Oklahoma by Mrs. Sara, Wise's brothsr, who lives there. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eisenmann and sons, Chester of Brltt and Lester of Woden took Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and In the afternoon they and Mrs. Kirschbaum attended the funeral of Mrs. Milton Fox In Algona. Mrs. Fox was a slster-m'law of Mfs. Elsen- KONJOLA WINS- HEALTH COMES TO OMAHA LADY Modern Medicine Banishes Rheumatism and Stomach Ailments. mann. LeeRoy Burger and two friends of Pond Creek, Oklahoma, arrived here on Friday night about one o'clock for ft visit with Leeftoy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger of Burt and • his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah.Wise. LeeRoy will Stay until December and then he will go back to Pond Creek. The other boys left again Monday morning, The Sexton school opened Monday morning With lla Olsen as teacher and around twenty^one pupils enrolled. Wilbur and Everett Steven, .sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven will attend the Sexton school this year Instead of the Andrew Gollner school northeast of town. The two Steil girls, Leoha and Ruth, will go to school here as they attended school in Algona last year. Mrs. Harry McOray with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lodge and another son-in-law, Harry Swope, all of Townsend, Montana, arrived here Saturday, where they will be joined by Mrs. A. L. Greenfield, and together they will drive through to Princeton, Illinois, leaving Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards of Algona will leave for Princeton Thursday and will join them there. Mrs. McCray, Mrs. Greenfield and Mrs. Richards arc sisters. MBS. EUGENIA WALSH. Albert Anderson went to Davenport Saturday to see his sons, Arnold and Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ulestad, and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson went to Ames Sunday to visit Mrs. Albeit Eness. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and their daughter, Pauline, attended the dedication of the new Methodist church in Armstrong Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August Blerstedt and family attended the German Lutheran celebration in honor of the Augsburg Confession held at Emmetsburg on Sunday. Miss Eva Homan an aunt of Mrs. Lloyd Helgason and Mrs. Frank Van Dorstan, who has been visiting here, left for her home in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Tuesday. Mrs. Harley Hoeck returned home Wednesday from Excelsior Springs, Missouri, where she has been going through the clinic and taking treatments for the past three weeks. Mrs. Haiti Turner of La Porte City has been visiting this week with her two brothers, Wm. and John Osborn. She returned to her home Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn, who will make a short visit with relatives in Waterloo and vicinity. Ea.fl and Pauline Osborn and Harold Goetsch motored to Cedar Falls on Monday. They took Pauline back to school where she will attend Iowa State Teachers' College. She is taking a two year primary course and will be graduated in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Scully and daughter, Winifred, and son, Edward, of Fort Dodge visited at the home of then- daughter, Mrs. John Schneider. Winifred visited some of her old pals of Seneca high school. She Is attending Tobin Business College in Fort Dodge. They came Friday and returned on morning from Esthervllle. Mrs. Moa- tag had been taking treatments fit SU- the Ooleman hospital. Mrs. **« B SU m&n cared for the children during her absence. Misses Dorothy and Ivadel Cteal 6f Holfe spent Wednesday at the home of thelf sister, Mrs. Myron »>*«"« ivadel expects to leave this week for Des Molnes where she will attend *he College of Commerce for the coming year. She spent the past £•* assistant in the office of Dr. Mr. and Mrs. fcalph Sloan 'and Eula, of Cedar Falls, and . , Mr H A. Stoan and daughters, Grace and Mae, drove up from Cedar Falls Saturday 'afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sloan and daughter returned Monday afternoon, accompanied by Mary Jane Crisman, who spent the summer here, also Glenn Wells, who had been at Webb visiting with his folks. Twenty Years Ago, tism for more than a year" said Mrs. Joseph Anderson, Jr., son of Mr. and Eugenia Walsh 2304 Douglas street, Mrs. Joseph Anderson, was united in Omaha. "My hips and ankle joints be- marriage to Miss Adelia Anderson of came so stiff and sore that it was Swea City Saturday afternoon at Alvery-difficult for me to get around, gona by the pastor of the Swedish At times, it was all but impossible for Lutheran church. Joseph was graduat- me to get up and down stairs. I suf- ed from the Seneca high school In fered agony with a burning sensation 1929. Miss Anderson is a graduate of I in my stomach and I was terribly con- the Swea City high school. The coup- stipated. I tried medicines and treat-1 le left for a week's honeymoon trip ments of various kinds without any to Litchfield, Minnesota. [lasting relief. A. E. Clayton was in Illinois visiting friends and relatives at his old home. B P. Crose attended the state fair at Des Molnes In the capacity of ticket seller. The Algona base ball team was defeated by the Whtltemore nine by the score of 8 to 6. Mrs. J. D. Zelgler passed away on Friday of that week after suffering for a long time. David Gllmore, prominent farmer and merchant, died at his home on Saturday of that week. A short course was being boosted by many Kossuth county people which was to be held the following winter. Marshall George Hackman was In Minneapolis attending the Minnesota state fair. Joe Kelley took his place on the force. Miss Sadie Burt of Algona and Edward Hopkins of Plum Creek township were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage. Miss Kate Bteckford died on September 7 of that week after a lingering Illness. She was one of Algona's pioneer residents. Miss Elizabeth Schlchtl was married in Cedar Rapids to J. F. Kirby of Willlamsburg. Mr. Klrby was an attorney in that city. A force of engineers were at Work investigating the possibility of drftui- nlg Bancroft Lake in cooperatlo'fl with the Minnesota authorities. Rev. J. H. Todd, who had been pas'- tor of the local Methodist church in Algona In the early seventies, passed away at his home in Seattle. Miss Alice McWhorter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, wos united in marriage to Wilbur W. White, an attorney of Iowa Falls. Whittemore put on a very success fill "ox-fest" which drew a large crowd from all parts of the county. E. G. Dunn of Mason City gave the address of the day. Everybody, In the county were getting in readiness for the big county fair, which was to take place the next week. Harvey Ingham of Des Monies had been secured as the main speaker for the fair. W. H. Ketchum of Dwight,-Illtaote Jilted ,£lttoaa, . f*nd ja suth county *soU BO well elded to locate in Algona and opened up a real estate office over the old Algona State Bank. A dozen automobiles loaded with fair boosters left one morning of that week and traveled over 112 miles throughout the county with advertising concerning the Kbssuth county fair, which was to be heUf the next week. Crowded Out Last Week.) Mite' Alice Fisher left the last of day the'soreness and stiffness have I g WEST BEND NEWS. gone and I can get around without 1 " w difficulty. The burning sensation no longer bothers me and my bowels are regular. I am very glad to tell others | of all the benefit Konjola brought me. 11 know it is a fine medicine because | the W g e fc f Or DBS Moines, where she | of what it did in my case.^ Is it not logical to believe; that what i Konjola has done for othe« it will, -— ^^ , ntettalned ^ Sun . u-for everyone? Th^isj^ day ^^^1 classes m ti a pfcnlc oa regularity for six or seven' weeks. Friday. Konjola is sold in Algona; Iowa, at ML5 S Bessie Sloan l«ft Friday morn- E. W. Lusby drug store, and by all the mg f or BttSalo Center, where sne wil best druggists in all towns throughout teach the? fourth gradfe- to the pubflc will attend a business college. Gezina Sctiutter and Mrs. this entire section.—Adv. 13 school. Notice of Application.. For Authority to Sell Undivided Interest in Beat Estate. 10,680. In Equity So. City Pays Aug. Bills. POPULAR EXCURSION TO \ CHICAGO In the district court of Iowa In ani for Kossuth county. In the matter of the receivership of the First National Bank, Algona, Iowa, W. C. Pyle, leceiver. To all persons Interested in the re-- eivership of the First National Banfr of Algona, Iowa, and to whom It may concern: You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the clerk of the district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the application of W. C. Pyle, Receiver of the First National BanS, Algona, Iowa asking that he be authorized to sell an undivided interest to the following described real estate situated in the county of Kossuth and state of Iowa, to-wit: The west half CW'/a) of the Northeast fractional Quarter <NE fr. J /i) (except right of way) and all that part of the East Half (E',4) of the Northeast fractional Quarter (NE fr. %) lying north of the right of way 'of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, all in- section Six (6), Township Ninety-five (05) North, range Twenty-eight (28), west of the Fifth p. m., known as the A J Keen Farm, and his undivided Interest in the assets in the hands of p J Kohlhaas, trustee, to John Frankl of Algona, Iowa, for the sum of Two Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Dollar $2250.00) as set forth in said applies ion to which you are referred for fur- YoiTare further notified that the hearing on said application will be had at the court house In Algona, Iowa, on the twelfth day of September, 1930, at two o'clock p. m- of said day at which time you may appear and show cause if any you have, why an order should not be entered authorising said sale W. O. PYLE, Receiver of the First National Bank, 12-13 Algona, Iowa, Little Patt Montag, ion' of Mr. and Mrs. Adolpn Montag nas been- very ill with intestinal flu: But he fe Better now; Mrs. Givemr entertained the Ul. ant! I. bridge clufl' at the Casino Thursday evening. The 1 evening was- spent", playing bridge. Betty K. B&evers, th»- little daughter of Mr. and Hrs. Homer Boetanr, has been very in with Intestinal flui. but is better at (his time; Wlliam Zaug, a fa«mer living- north of town, had: his leg Brokeia when he- fell from a. stack of hay, The accident happened Friday and; te; causing Electric-Efght Ftmtt J. W. Kelly, salary ,..$165.00 Leo Bellock, salary ,,... 125.0C Leo Bellock, salary ,.,.,,. 25.0 Walter Gorman, salary ,„,,...- 135.0 Ray Barton, salary r ...... I30VK H. E. Stephenson, salary 130.00 Tom Halpln, salary - 135.0 Adah Carlson, salary - 145.0 C. C. Wright, salary 85.0 Morrison Brothers; mdse: I6W.59 Westlnghouse Efecfrlc Supply Co., mdse • 239U Teny-Durin Company; mdsei .... BffJ? Electric Supply Co., mdse, 65.00 Warren Electric Company, mdse: 22.75 Janey Semple HUT & C6;, mdse. T.7I Janey Semple HUT Si Co*., mdsei. 82.05 • ^^^^^^^^^^M^^pg||i£illlMUHH^H H ^ HB * FRUTE GEL Hershey's Cocoa can 15c ' T "Superb" Brand Milk 3™,Z5c You anouia Try COUNCIL OAK At the new low price Per pound —_-t- ^^"- 31c COUNCIL OAK , Japan Tea PORK & BEANS 3°C'25c CORN New Pack Morning Light, can 10c S TT |^i A O Fine wanuiatecl U v* -A.''** 10 IbxclotlTbag „ Limit one Bag%itji Order. J A R S Genuine Ball Bros. Pints, doz. 78c, Qts, MASON JAR CAPS Prepared Mustard S? rt 19c PINE APPLE Sliced or Crushed. 2 LARGER Hawaiian cans 47c LIGHTHOUSE Cleanser 3°r 12c Haskins Hard Water Castile 4?± e 25c Bars Electric Spark S*«r,JIM* CANNING SEASON Is fast nea'rtfag'tfte close. For your further requirements in canning fruit you should give close attention to the" . COUNCIL OAK FRUIT DlSEEAtT ^ ; Brings to you every morning, except Sunday the oflKfitP weather forecast, the correftt'tttos, and the latest press reports •• along with several musical numbers rod Council Oak Store news.' Over K, S. CIJ. 6:30 a. m. to 7:00)aun. W. N. Matthewer Corp;, mdse; . . 5350 Wallace & Tieman; mcfte: .... 14.71 Westlnghouse Electritr Supply- him much Miss Irene McCaffrey, Mrs; George Montag and' Miss B>ex Li»dbera drove to Rockwell City Wednesday wbere Miss LiniflJerg toe* tile traini tat hsr nome in: Omahav Fred and Walter Comer received word Tuesday evening of th* death o their brother, EHhrel Corner at his home in Mallard. Hfe died! suddenly from heart trouble. Mr, and Mm, W, E, "White spen Sumtey at ttie howft at their daugh ter, Mrs. Pessr SmHfe ot Mallard. Mrs Gilsa Gelst» anothw! daughter, returne wlih them for a. visit, »t their homo Mrs. Grace Ottoman left Friday ev enlng fcir Cedar Falla. She haa bee spending the summer here with lie mother, Mrs. T. W. Willams and par Co., mdse ................... »3.50 Line Material Company; mdse. . . 82.05 Oeneral ElectelC? SUppQr Corp:.. mctee ........................ 72.86" Iowa Machinery <S8-8UjRply Co*- mdse ........................ "8.25 Century Electric- C5cv mdse. *.. 215.12 Kent Motor company- mdse, f ,. 14.10 E. W. Hanstau mdses and late- mdse/ ........... ............. J2o.96 Tom Akre, rent - I°-°° Jesse Lashbrook, salary - .• ,79.30 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 25.00 ElUott Skllllng, man & team .... 113.05 Elliott Skflllng, man & teanvi.- 49.00 WHIard Gregson, man & teanr. I5ff.55 Fred Baumgartner, gravel 109.80 Mrs. Elsie Cady, sweeping ...,. 63.00 Prank Skflllng, labor - 79.27 Loois Hagg, labor - 7953 George Gunder, labor .....,.- 8955 Jesse trnibenhower, care of dump* 5.00 J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. .. 32.40 dear Lake Sand & Grave*} mdse • 2ft5T J. Scnmidt, et al, labor 28,50 F. A. Witham, labor 1.75 Sterily OH Company, gas ....... ET.12 a M. St, P. & P. By., frt. om pandl ^_ H. W. Post, frt. & dray. .,.-... 1.62 C. S. Johnson, mdse. ... O. W. Erickson, -Hdwe., mdse... B2.E Ghrtstensen Bros., mdse.- ...-. Kohlhaas Hdwe. Co., mdse, ...... P. O. Peterson Estate, rent damp> L»Ing & Muckey, mdse. |.8j or. 7.U0 1 l.W Erick Nelson,- labor- Kohlhaas Hdwe. Cot, mdse. .~... J, Greenbwgr mitee; *••• O. W. Eriotoon-, ntdse. ............. G. Ray Smith, meter readlw • 30.81 Western UniomTeft. Co., setvlce- 1.81 Northwes«em- BsH Tele. ~ service Skelly Oil 1 Co., gas H. W. Post, frfc & dray. ...... 39.79 C. M. St. P: & I*. By-, frt' w* <ltet ' ** T - 3 K. C. Aswn., adv. . . N. W: Bell Tetopnone Oo\, mdse. O. H; Bwges* et al, refund dep, Clevo Barton, et al, labor ...... 295.03 ^— •» 12.00 41.B 10,0( , . W. A. Richardson, labor ,«.w Advance Publish. Co,, mdasr... »,» Botsford Lumber Co., mdse, .. I0.3S p, A. Newvllle, burying dogs-.,... 2.0 Walt Steward, police woifc ....... Frank BcbalHn, labor-...., Joe Anderson, labor 1-75 A. E. Michel, -engineering , ..... '16.75 45.00 33.00 Fire C. C. Wright, salary „ Internat'l Fire Equip; (3D., mdse. Algona Fire Dept,, fires ....... 120.00 Swimming Foot Fund. Walter Fraser, salary ........... 125.03 P. A. Danson, labor ........... 15.50 Slims Ostrum, salary ... ........ 60,00 Joe Kelly, Jr., salary .......... 41.08 Everyal Adams, salaryr- . ..... .. 41.08 Meyer & Wenthe, mdse. ...... 3.80 Ft Dodge Tent & Mm. Co., mdse. , . . , . . . . ,. .......... ... l',58 • Kohlhaas Hdwe., mds*? ........ 102.00 14.93' .78'. 2.00' 2.41 47*7 G. P. Towne, mdse. arat'labor ,. 51.73 •• A. H. Borchardt. mcfite. ...... 6,00 < O. W Erickson HdWee.Co., mdse Mrs, JohnNordstrunutttmdry ... Jack Hlnnlman, Jr*. 8. XJ. I., water tests Am. Ry. Express Cav express . Kirseh Laundry, laundry ...... City Im*>. Fund. B. w. Hansen, mdees & labor ., ,1?7.02 P. p. Ryther, labor ,„,....... 208.00 Botsford Lumber- Co.-, mdse; .... 287.15 ~>- Sewt»? FnnO. j, W. Kelly, salary- ,.,„ 35.00 Earl Bowman efcri, labor ....... 56,65 A. E. Michel, engineering 27.30. Am. Ky. Express Co W, J: Pech, labor W, service l VJ****5 V - * 1713 £ ^VYW^^ Let the U. D. M.-R. estimate on your next job of printing. of th« summer wlUi her slates- at Ash ton. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips of 'Cedar Rapids came Thursday for & visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kiley. They were neighbors of the RUey. family when both families lived at Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bell received word that their grandson, Robert Pick, of Oklahoma City was very much Improved. He has been very IK with blood poisoning In his ankle. He received the Injury at Hand's Park. Mrs. George Montag and Miss Enid Llridberg returne4 home Tuesday 7.68 „„_ 68 -°° ... A. DuttonT mdse 62.50/ A. E. Michel, enginerrmg .... 3,13 Water Fund, 'J-. W- Kelly, salary 75.00 Frank Ostrum, salary ., 130.00 O. E. Atcheson, salary 125.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 110.00 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse 438,47 Wlgman Company, mdse 174.46 McWane Oast Iron Pipe Co., mdse Hill Butter Tub fr Supply Co., mdse • Am. Express Co,, express H, W. Post, frt. Sf dray.' .64 , . , Charles Wagner et al, labor .... 740.63 George Holtebauer, mdse. & Oeneral Fund. p. A. NewvWle, salary and of oar we nn 140.00 Frank Oreen, salary .......... 125.00 N. W, »all Tele. Co., 5.25 Hello Iowa! The WOO FOURTH ANP WALNyr* PB9 MOINIC9, IOWA lowa'a m/m «nd fcwrt bold. 999 room*, nil with b»th, urtufciAtiy CQQtftw Pfifffj p3*3Q <m4 * IWr* dwyt cemfortrflf tf 0 Tmt*ty*M<<Glw ^a^Y**™* SP** •jMftrrr\t THB 8HW4XW-MUNN JiiuMtlwn

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