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The Algotia tppcf DCS WHITTEMORE BOY WEDS IN CANADA Whlttemore: A week ago Monday evening, Miss Loretta Yerex. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Yerex. of Lamont. Canada, become the bride of Merlyn L. Weg- eher, of Whittemore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobert J. Wegener. of hero. The ceremony was performed in Canada by the Rev. D. J. C. Elson. pastor of the United Lutheran church. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Elsie Holmes, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Cpl. Earl Doss. U. S. A. A. F., was best man. Ushers were Donald Yerex, the bride's brother, and Frank Anderson. The groom is well known in this community graduating from the €ight grade in the Lutheran parochial school, and immediately after his grade courses he attended college at St. Paul, Minn., for several years. And for several years he was a capable clerk in the H. R. Zumach meat market, until he was inducted into the army, and after getting a place to live he will resume his position at the Zumach market again. Swea City Well Is Now Completed Swea City: A new city well was completed last week, here. This second well was sunk in the same vein as the old one and just outside the building. It will 'be enclosed as soon as workmen can get to it. Town authorities think the two wells will take care of the local needs for some time to come, and they hope to extend mains next spring. the water Whittemore Boy, 14, Is Seriously Injured Whittemore: Marion Hyink took William Kelmke, 14 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helmke, to Sioux City, in the Swanson ambulance Wednesday night, William had the misfortune to fall from the second floor of his father's corn crib, a distance of over 20 feet, to the concrete driveway, fracturing his back and neck, and a skull fracture. At last reports he was still unconscious and in a critical condition. Leaves For Michigan Mrs. Harry 'Nolte leaves today tfor Mt. Pleasant, Mich., where she expects to spend a week visiting at the home of her son, Fernley and wife. Fernley is in the garage business at Mt. Plesant. The other Kfolte son "Bob", has been in government service in the Pacific for several years, and is expected home soon to join his wife and child in Algona. Talks To Rotary Campbell Humphrey, recently discharged from the army, \vas guest speaker at Rotary here. ^Monday noon. Humphrey told of "some experiences and observa- *" tions in the Australian-Philippine area while serving with an ordnance supply outfit. Humphrey is again back at The Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory as, manager.. Noltes To Milwaukee Mrs. Harry Nolte left Tuesday night for Milwaukee, Wis., and Mt. Pleasant, Mich., where she •will visit her brother and her son, Fernley, and his wife for about two weeks. AROUND IOWA A Fine Sunday. It was a fine Sunday and Tony Deerberg, Lowden farmer, started for the ball game. Down the road a bit he came upon a lady in distress. The tire on her car needed changing, and would Tony assist? Tony would, but regretted it, for, in letting down the car, the jolt let down the car door on Tony's head, cutting a gash which required several stitched to close. Tony did not find out till long after, who won the ball game. backed across the street, up the curb, over the sidewalk and came to rest among the splintered glass of the variety store.. It made kindling wood of the customer's bench, Inspector Pigeon. At Red Oak, employees at the courthouse were startled to see a pigeon mounting the steps and walking into various county offices as though on a tour of inspection. The bird first entered the auditor's office and seemed interested in the files. Next, it invaded the office of treasurer and browsed among the accounts. When employees trailed the bird on his tour of inspection, it took cover under an office file. Suitcase Mishap. Bernetta Hansen, a 20-year-old Emmetsburg student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, was coming hoifie by bus for the week end recently. Her trip home was interrupted by one of those things that sometimes happen in a bus or train. A suitcase fell from a rack, striking the girl on the head. Emergency treatment was necessary at Charles. City, before the girl could continue on her way home. Tractor Capers. A tractor with wagon attached recently ran wild across the Moravia park square and did quite a bit of damage to the porch of the community building before someone shut off the motor. Dick Johnson, young farmer and operator pf t" tractor, came off the worst in the accident. He was driving the vehicle along the square, had reached up to adjust an air filter, when the trator hit a hole in the pavement, throwing him not quite clear of the machine. He received chest and leg injuries necessitating stitches. Freddie DuVall, riding on the wagon, came through without injury. Fire, Dread Enemy of Farm*, Take» Tall At Riverdftle Twp, M, T, McGuire Place olttfH IOWA FARMS •• FORSAMS • • - —Algona tipper Des Moines Newsfotrt What fire can do to even the best of farm buildings is demonstrated in the picture above, taken Oct. 16, late in the afternoon, as flames were gutting the comparatively new barn on the M. T. McQuire farm in Riverdale twp. Shortly after this picture was taken-, the tile wall in the foreground collapsed. Loss was estimated at between S8.000 and $10,000. Complaint from Margaret. You might expect a meat dealer to know his lady customers by their first names, but that is too much to expect of a mere utilities service man. "Margaret" sent word to Mel Midgorden down at Lamoni that she wanted him to see about her refrigerator. After Mel had called on a few Margarets of his acquaintance, and the list ran out without locating the right one, he was not able to get the job done until two weeks later when the right Margaret re-established communications with the utility office. Outdoor Advertising. A neon sign is an expensive target for youthful vandals at any time, but to tamper with one owned by the city in most places is an offense. City fathers of Red Oak are about to invoke a city ordinance forbidding loitering at night in streets and alleys in a move to curb the continual smashing of the official "Red Oak" neon light on the outskirts of town. Last time an "incident" occurred was the same night the sign had been fixed after the next preceding smashing. Nykjobing Reunion. After 50 years, a group of former Danish citizens from the same town, held unexpected reunion in Algona recently. Carl Wiuff of Atlantic, and his brother Peter Wiuff of Elkhorn were visiting in Algona when relatives introduced them to two local merchants, Madson and Hanson, clothiers. It seemed that all four men had come from Nykjobing, Denmark, and had Attended the some school there, over 50 years ago. Bolt Disturbs Dinner. Thirty guests of the McGregor Heights hotel located several hundred feet above the Mississippi River were shaken while dining when lightning struck an oak tree nearby during n severe rainstorm. Numerous others in ears pnrked outside waiting for the storm to pass were endangered. Sparks showered the dining room and a nephew of the hotel owners, using a telephone at the time the bolt struck, was knocked unconscious and burned on one leg. What a Mess. After completing a nice deal in strained honey to augument his weekly grocery list, O. M. Eddy of Iowa Falls loaded his car with his purchase, including the 50 pounds of honey in glass jars, and then started homeward. On the way his car collided with another driven by Edward W. Feet of Alden. No one was reported hurt but the Eddy car and the honey entered upon an unscheduled lubrication project that was not successful. Howdy and Good Day! Missing two calves from :iis herd, Nels Johnson an Allamakee county farmer, living north of Waukon, started to look for them along the edge of timber on the arm. He had not gone far when he met, not the missing calves, hut jne large brown bear. Neither man nor beast was armed with so much as a club. Not much to do n such a case, but each took a ook at the other, and gracefully as possible, each went to his habitat. Caught in the Act. The F. W. Moeller family suspected that foxes were killing their chickens when 50 springers were found dead on the farm near Somers one morning recently. Proof was furnished several mornings later when Don Mueller, astride his pony, was going after the cows. He saw a fox carrying off a chicken which it had just caught. Don gave chase. The animal dropped the made for its den. chicken and Lit Up Like Christmas Tree. The Denison fire department responded to a strange fire one nighl recently. A "ball of fire" appeared on the ridge of the roof of the William Collins home, near the state liquor store. It glowed "like a Christmas tree ornament", members of the department said. When a piece of loose wire was removec •from the roof ridge metal, the .glow ceased. No damage was done |jut the department has not been able to determine the phenomena. what causec Boom in Plate Glass. Had the bench in front of a variety store in Lineville been occupied at the time, some familiar citizens might have had to scram- ile for hflme in a hurry. In emerg- from'his parking space acros. street, Ed McCreary, farmer found Ws truck in reverse end fee <sould not control it. The machine High Cost of Timber. The cost of cutting down a giant soft maple tree damaged by a win- er ice storm in Postville was $225. Workmen for a power company undertook the job after the splin- iered tree had been declared a menace to life and property. Growth rings of the tree as disclosed by the stump indicated the maple was at least 90 years old. It probably had been planted by the Mott family, pioneers, who one time owned much of the land in the neighborhood. Fireman, Save My Car! City Fireman Otis Pulis of Iowa Falls was standing on a street corner recently when a fire moved in on him. It was a car coming down Washington Ave. definitely ablaza Otis signaled the driver tha something was amiss, then hurried to the fire station and brough back a new-type hand fire extinguisher that smothers burning oi and gas with carbon dioxide gas Wayne Lawson's car was saved. Spanish Gold. Joe Reedholm of Madrid hac Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 35c for 12 words or less. When paid with order, 3c per word; when charged, 4c per word. No ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 4c and send casK xvlth order they receive lo commission. Blind ads 25c. For Sale FOR SALE: 2 purebred bucks, one Hampshire and one an Oxford. Clem Goodman, phone 18-iF3, Algona. 45* FOR SALE: 6:50-16 8-ply implement tires. Used New Idea and John Deere spreader. D 30 Int. truck and 1941 Mercury, radio and heater. New stackers in stock. J. E. Ukena, Lakota. 45-46* FOR SALE: Papex silage cutter, purebred Angus bulls. Ervin Gerber, Algona. 45* FOR SALE: '31 Ford coupe. Harold Laubenthal, Bancroft. 45* FOR SALE: Pullets, Leghorns and Buff Orpingtons, now in production. Mrs. David Gouge, 12-F4, Algona. 15w45* FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire boars, extra good. G. M. Will, 4 mi. east LuVerne. 45tf FOR SALE: 4 good work horses. One John Deere GP tractor. Harley E. Hanson, Algona. 45* FOR SALE: Fine building lots, one near Catholic church $1250, one close in $850, pavement. See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate & Ins. 45 FOR SALE: Feather bed. Inquire Upper Des Moines office. 45* gALE: Purebred Duroc b«j*s, #}?£& rugged, dark red. Large group tg select from; new breeding for oi4 customers. (Over 20 years a Bufoc breeder). John F. Weber, 2 mi, east Irvington. Algona phone 15-F22. 45-48* R SALE: McCormick Deerlng single row tank corn picker, In good shape. A, B, Loppe, Bancroft. 45* FOR SALE: Highly productive, all tillable heavy soil quarter, improved, woven fences, high line, near country school, four miles from town. Fall plowing done, poss. next March. Price $165.00 'or immediate sale. Also beautiful unimp. 80, lays level, heavy soil, well tiled, poss. in March, price 5150.00. Another unimp. 80 for nvestor well located at $6,000.00. Phone D. L. McDonald, owner at 125 or write to Algona. 45-46* FOR SALE: Pure bred Poland China boars. Record of production herd. Aaron Steussy, Lu- Verne, Iowa. 45-46* FOR SALE: 160 A. farm between Titonka and Woden, good build- .ngs, all electric lights, good soil, close to school. If interested see Henry Boeckholt, Titonka, Iowa. FOR SALE: ZVz room farm tenant house. F. O. B. Rutland. Larry Geer, Ft. Dodge. 45 FOR SALE: 1938 range, ivory finish, excellent condition, $50. Ferdinand Reith, Burt, la. 45* NEW HONEY for sale. 5 Ib. jar $1.00. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. 37tf SPENCER Foundation Garments and surgical supports, individually designed. Mrs. Highland corsetierre at Mrs. Espe's, Bode, Iowa. 37-46* FOR SALE: Registered Hampshire boars, both fall yearlings and spring. They are rugged, heavy-bone individuals. New stock for old customers. Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 39-50* FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars, '\Proud Cherry King" and "Tops" blood lines, well grown with plenty of ham and bone, weight from 250 to 300 Ibs. Also 1 fall boar Cimmaron breeding. Corwin C. Peer, phone 8-F22. Algona, rt. 1, . 40-47* FOR SALE: Johns-Manville Type A Blown Home Insulation installed. For estimate call Del Leaneagh, Phone 767, representing Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. 44ti O. I. C. Boars for sale. La Verne Hanxmeratriomj, Lone Rfock, Phone 713. 45* FOR SALE: Purebred Spotted Poland China Arend, Burt. boars. Mike 44-45* FOR SALE: 263 acres, Kossuth. Good bldgs., modern house, good soil, on swell road. $150 acre, good terms. gona. C. W. Nicoulin, Al- 44-45* FOR SALE: Purebred Poland China boars. mile west Lone Rock. mile south Vt R. Bierle. 44-47* FOR SALE: My home at 666 N. Minnesota St., 7 years old, 5 rooms and bath, hardwood floors, built on garage, insulated, elec. water heater, and automatic 'oil Hubert V, Long, phone heat. 5I5-J, Algona. 44tf FOR SALE: Hampshire boars. Vern Hoppe, 6 mi. north and % mi. east of Whittemore. 44-47* FOR SALE: Choice Purebred Poland China boars. We have both spring and fall yearling boars. Guaranteed breeders. Papers furnished free. % mi. south, J /fe mile west of Lone Rock. Louis H. Reilly, formerly Reilly Bros. 42,44-46* FOR SALE: Purebred Spotted Poland China boars. Kenneth Brandow, 1 mi. west Algona. 44-45* FOR SALE: Spotted Poland boar, 2 black Poland boars. Baas, Burt. Albert 44-45* FOR SALE: 45 .Duroc boars, choice, 225 to 270 Ibs. New stock for old customers. Matt Weydert, 4 mi. straight west of LuVerne. c/o Livermore postoffice. 42-48* of Warm Mc-rlifa| 'Cofit Helling St6Ve8 Jtlst rK»iv* ffl, Both cabinet and regular mod* els, Raesly Lumber do. Phoite 234. 45*46 FREE information—literature 6ft Karakul Fur Sheep. • H.- Bruce Lowens|eiB, LuVefBfi, Ia> 4B*46* ATTENTION: Get your Thanksgiving poultry at the Fenton fireman's Feather Party, Monday night, Nov. 19. AH turkeys, geese •and ducks will be dressed. 4B* AUTHORIZED MAYTAG, FRtOtDAtRE AND NORGE DEALER New Frigldaire electric range and Maytag washing machine. Iowa cream separators, all electric and hand turn. Clean Easy, Chore Boy and 'Perfection Pipeline milking machines. Electric motors. Wringer rolls for all makes of washing machines. Belts of all sizes. We repair all makes of Washing machines and refrigerators. Used: 2 washing machines, 1 Maytag and 1 Automatic. 2 cream separators. A4 h. p. electric motor. 'Maytag and Briggs & Stratton gas engines. ALGONA MAYTAG STORE Phone 399 Glenn Crilly 45 TOWN PROPERTY LOW INTEREST LOANS. FHA and Veterans "GI" Loans to purchase, remodel, Refinance Homes. ,Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. 30tf FLOOR SANDING and Reflnish- ing. Heavy commercial equipment. Portable power plant. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone '276, Algona. 17-3-8tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suite? Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric. Algona, Iowa. 1-ti TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a long way before you can better the reader coverage of Algona Upper Des Moines want ads! INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work. Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 16-3-8tf SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. — Phil J, Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-ti LEGAL BLANKS, desk blotters, adding machine rolls, stamp pads. The Algona Upper Des J\yoines, 9 No. Dodge St. SELL your late model car to us for the highest price. Free information on ceilinjs. Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House SOU LOW COST ADVERTISING — That's what you get in Upper Des Moines want ads! Over 4,000 families a week read them. , NEW SHIPMENT of stationery just arrived. Have it printed with your name. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf JUST RECEIVED new assortment of colored desk blotters—brown, dark green, yellow, pink, salmon, light green; gray. 15c or 2 for 25c. The Algona Upper Des Moines. 41-46 OFFICE SUPPLIES: Sales books, Al ANirt! VIS STOCK HAULiNCf. fSt. good trucking service call Mefle OOuge,' telephone 12-F4, Algona. ' 44-«* CARD OP THANKS I wish to thtink my friends and neighbors fofl th'e beautiful flowers, cards, and expressions of sympathy extended to me during my recent illness, t «m now at my home. Mrs, A. Jandl, Titonka, • 44* NOT RESPONSIBLE for any bills contracted by anyone but my^ Self. George Sengbusch, Alg6na. 44*46* MECHANIC AND BODY MAN wanted, experienced or willing to learn. Dau Garage, Algona. 44-46 NEW ELECTROLUX Cleaners k ha'S , fdf 'immediate sate impfWdd and imimflfoVed quarter sections and Improved Mlf-see-* tions. Mdrcli'i, 1846 p-8s6ssi3ien, For iflfownatlon write ef see' dhafles -O. Doty at either Room 407-A Old federal Building, D6s Moines, Iowa, or Algona, lowfi,- 44»47 SERVICE} STATION and bulk plant for lease with dealefs franchise in Algona, lowfl, Tremendous opportunity for energetic man. Contact L. L. Coryell & Son, Lincoln, Nebr. ' 44-46 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the friends and neighbors for their sympathy and flowers in our recent bereavement. J. B. Muehe and Family. •45* as seen in JUNIOR BAZAAR What an important role the new silhouette plays in bur most recent collection .of dresses by ANNIE LAURIE. Wide, soft shoulders, a minuscule waist and peplum-accented hips are typical .. . as in the junior fashion sketched above. Here expressed in suave DUPLEX crepe .. , so adaptable to lovely ' lines, .. with shield medallion pf sold and jewels for added glitter-glamour Definitely a dress to cut a most romantic figure ...andit'sjustoneofacurrentcollection.Sizes9to15and12to18. exclusive with diriscliill es TKL ID FOR SALE: South Bend Range in good condition, $35. Max Stratton, 3 miles north Sexton. FOR SALE: Player piano rolls and music cabinet. Ditsworth, Bancroft. Mrs. Geo. 45 FOR SALE: Choice Poland China boars- these boars have quality. Jess Dugan, four miles west, % mile south of Burt. 45-49* FOR SALE: Spotted Poland China boars. Thick, heavy-boned type, guaranteed breeders. Double vaccinated, certified Bangs tested. New blood for former customers. Pedigrees furnished. Why take a chance on untested stock. M. L. Barton, V* mi. east, IV* mi. south, LuVerne, Iowa. 41-45* FOR SALE: Duroc Jersey boars, from leading Wood lines, raised on clean ground. 5 miles west of Algona on Highway 18. O. V. Harlan. 45-46* FOR SALE: Purebred Berkshire boars. Big rugged, easy-feeding kind. If you want a good Berkshire boar you will make no mistake in coming to look at these. Eldon Ham. 7 mi. south of West Bend. 43-46* heard of the Spanish Main anc golden doubloons of the Spaniards but had not seen one until recently when he turned up an ancient coin in his garden. It proved to be a doubloon worth, when in circulation, about $16.50. He has not yet determined its present value. Boone county area is not known to have ever been, under Spanish rule at any timp and people are wondering how the coin came to be in the garden. TYPEWRITER CLEANER Keep your typewriter keys clean with Webster's RTZ. Cleans type platens, all metal parts, all kinds of machinery. 50c bottle. Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire boars. The best of blood lines New blood lines for old customers. Elbert Larson, Aryshire, Iowa. 43-46 FOR SALE: Hampshire spring anc fall boars. 2 mi. north, 4 east of West Bend. C. C. Baas. 45-46* Lost-Found GOLFERS, SOMEBODY MUST have mistakenly picked up my clubs from the locker at the club house. They are five matched Kroydon ladies clubs in a khaki colored bag trimmed with black leather. There is a bag similar to mine in the locker. The Mortons and I have looked all over the clubhouse. Please check your clubs and let me know if you picked up mine by mistake. Corey. June 45 LOST: Wednesday evening at Burt or on way to Lone Rock, brown pigskin purse, containing 3 ration books, brown gloves and money. Reward. Mrs. Merwyn Bahling, phone 13 on 2, Burt. 45 Wanted HELP WANTED: Consumers. 45 WANT TO apartment. RENT; Two Furnished in family. Permanent. R. D. Hutchins, phone 24-F3, Algona. 45* WANTED TO BUY: From private owner, 1934 to 1939 used car to good condition. Write P. O. Box 628, Algona, lows. 45* WANTED: Girt for soda fountain work. wages. Daytime only. Ohnesorge Drug. Gooc 45* Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc boars of outstanding quality. Sired by Royal Master, some by H & S Thickset. Also 40 extra good gilts. A. H. Streeter, 4% N. 3 mi. E. Renwick. 43-46* FOR SALE: Eagle water proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating gery? ice. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co..\ phone 275, Algona. 20-3,8tf YES ! ! ! WE STliL BUY USED CARS. Drive in and get ton price. W. E. (Ley, takota, Jowa. 45-4^ BUSINESS WAJN-PED: wiu t^ my well improved farm near here and Windom for merchandise business. Write Box .263, Lakefield, Minn. 45-47 GOOD STOCK of Premium Goal, Briquets, and Stoker Coel pn, hand. Raesjy Lumber Co., phone 234, { A FUR COAT IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE STORE THAT SELLS IT . . J f There is probably no item in a store about which the customer knows so little as about a fur coat. It takes years of painstaking study to acquire even a slight knowledge about the various qualities of the different furs. Doesn't it stand to reason that in the face of almost universal ignorance about furs that both the store that sells the coat plus the firm who actually makes the garment should have your FIRST CONSIDERATION? Seventy- five years of honest dealing should make this store a safe "bet"; fifty-five years ( of ANNIS history should add to this guarantee. In short "What have you got to lose" when you buy a fur, coat from THE CHRISCHILkES STORE? We have always maintained that much of the satisfaction you get from your fur cpat comes in the way it is sold to you. That's why we always tell the TRUTH about every coat we sell—wf tell you how it will weay and where. We give you 100% service all around- Why not come in arid talk over your fur coat problems with Mr. Chriechilles? NQ "high pressure just plain, honest, useful facts, Again we m> " COAT IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE STQBK THAT IT." Off fee In Sawyer Building o«I«e Photos 42? , IOWA ^ _ : , " A* LAW A. tfotehiseft (18d*<1638) Donald 0. ftutehison Theodora -0. Hutchison ' „, Security State Bank Building Phone 2S1 Algona, loft* B. J. Van Ness Alien A. VAN NESS & BBUNSON • ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' Offices in new Heiae BUildJttf fhone 213 Algona, IoW» Qaylord D, Shumwav Edw,D, Kelly ^ Harold F. Fristedt SHUM1VA*, KELLY Se FR1STEDT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ', • Office fh Hutchison-Blag. PHotifl 6* A1/3ONA, IOWA LINN AN & ATTORNffiYS AT LAW (Vlgona, Iowa Phone 2«J Offlre over KossUth Mut. Ins. Blftjb. ALOONA, IOWA L. A. WTNKEL ; *"". ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building , Phone 180 Algona, low* J. D, LOWE Attorney at Law Rooms 212-214 First Nat'l Bk Phono 287 Algeria, Iowa E. 3, VAN NESS Law Offices E. J. Van Ness Delia Welter 2nd Floor New Helse Building Algona. Iowa '• PHYSICIANS « 8UBGEON8 > _ . f. - : - * 'O. H, CRETZMEYEB, M. D. Phone 444-310 . SURGEON & PHYSICIAN ' Office in John Oalbraith Bldg. MEL.VIN G. BOTIBNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Phone—Office 107 Res. 1M Across from P. S. Norton & Son , DENTISTS A. 3. EA8ON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 .Residence 8W KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST . Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 119 DR. ERVIN J. ANDERSON , DENTIST , Office in McEnroe Building Of. Phone 572 Res. Phone 525-W DR. J. P. HERRIG Dentist Rooms 13 and 15 Haggard & Peterson Bldg. Office Phone 19 Residence 56» ^,- f Physician an Hutchison Bldg. Office Phone 127 Res. 82T ^OPTOMETRIST A. iW. Amunson- >~> > Office-^-Borcnardt Bldg.' \ Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS — ; —/ ANTONE E. JOHNSON / (Burpee Agency) District Agent! Northwestern Mutual Life i • Algona, Iowa ' Phone 656 Res. 17* EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmea with a sound basis for credit. Rate 4%% Part time office, Friday 1 to * p. m., National.-Farm Loan Ass'n Office Vi Block South of Council Oak Store. "BtTlbft QUALITY" "QUIOCHl HEADQUARTERS For Jf«<f«-<o-Ordt«r RUBBER STAMPS Your order* will be fiB«d promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW! STAMP PADS AND INKS BAND STAMPS-SEAU > *»•» ^^P wW* r j; "»«^^

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