The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 2,1933 MRS. LEMPKE VOTED , IRV1NGTONPTAHEAD Mrs, Robert Skilling Elected Becy.-Treas,; 60 at the , G-athering Irvington: There were fifty present at the school meeting In District No. 6 called for the purpose of perfecting a local !». f. A.. Officers elected were Mrs. Armon Lempke, president; Mrs. O. L. Miller, vice president; Mrs. ttob- ert Skilling, secretary-treasurer. A short Hallowe'en program followed with echool girls assisting with the serving of a lunch. The meetings will be held once a month with no dues as it was voted not to join the district or state P. T. A. Mike McEnroe has purchased a new two-row corn picker. M». Wm. Rutiedge is critically ill at r her home west of Irvington. Mra. Armor Lempke was a shopper at Mason City last Tuesday, Oran Hudson and Evert Van Stenberg are picking corn for Chas. Egel. Miss Margaret Mulligan was a week end guest with her sister, Mrs. Ted Rlngsdorf of Hurt. Miss Edith Kearns is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butterfleld. Miss Elsie Egel is planning a program for her school In Rlverdale township for Nov. 18. Further notice will fee given. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye of Mason City were week end guests at the Ralph Loge home. Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Loge are sisters. Donald Frank accompanied the academy football boys to Mason City on Sunday riding with the Daughan family of Algona. Mr, and Mrs. carl Ebert of Whittemore and Ernest Neuman of Algona were Sunday visitors at the George Hackman. home. Miss Leona Stewart and Georgia Anne Geigel entertained Saturday evening at a Hallowe'en party. Game and stunts were the entertainment for the evening. Ted Hoover of Plum Creek township husked forty acres of corn with his corn picker for Harry Seeley last week. Thr Seeleys are remaining on the sam farm for another year. Callers at the O. L. Miller home on Sunday were the Forbes Stiltz famll; of Plum Creek township, Roy Fitches of Rlverdale township and Howarr 1 Clarke and Miss Bunkofske of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. chas. Egel entertaine 1 at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. ani Mrs. Chas. Deibler's fifth wedding an nlversary. Mrs. Deibler is the Egel' oldest daughter. A son, Ernst, wa also home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen hav rented the house owned by the Irv- lngton elevator at Rich Point and will tove and oven for cooking; hot school unches, shelves for dinner pails and a ew water fountain. Later new caps and capes are to be made for the hythm band. The teachers are to be commended for theft wise selection of qulpment, ? all from Pony Breaks Boy'* Arm Little Buddy Kirsch, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch, was the ictim of a broken left arm Sunday f last week. While visiting William Kohl on the George Kohl farm northwest of town, Buddy was enJoylrTg him- eif on William's pony. Apparently not acquainted with horse flesh as well as he might be, when the horse stopped In his tracks Buddy failed to follow suit and as a result of a perfect nose dive, his arm was broken Just above the el- raw. Three days vacation from school were gained but there will be no football playing for the next three weeks. Union Twp.M.&D. Will Meet Thursday Union: The ,tTnlon township Mothers and Daughters club met with Irma Harvey October 19th. Her mother, Mrs. Anna Zanke, assisted her. A magazine article was read by Elizabeth Schenck. The next meeting, this Thursday, November 2, will be held at the home of Ada Hofius with Marjorie Dearsch as assisting hostess. A play IB to be given. The committee in charge will be Nan Ward and Julia Taylor. Dorothy Ward entertained six of her girl friends at her home Saturday evening. Austin Gardner of Plum Creek is assisting his son, Stanley in harvesting his corn. They are using a corn picker, Mr. and Mrs. William Ryno and children and Irene Lamuth of Fort Dodge were callers Sunday afternoon at the Louis Bode home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen motored to Fort Dodge Friday evening. Their daughter, Dorlys was a guest of Mrs. Hugh Herman in Algona during their absence. Herman Dau has been one of the victims of the popular malady called the flu but in reality it is a sort of intestinal infection. Several cases have been reported. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe and two daughters of Winnebago, Minnesota, spent the week end at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Keefe, Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Scholtes and children of Bancroft and Mrs. John Caughlin of Algona. Ben Gould received word that the wife of his brother, Mrs. Charles Gould, of Swan River, Minnesota, had passed away suddenly last Saturday afternoon from a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs Ben Gould, their son, Kenneth and Mrs. Sarah Butterfleld of near Irvington motored to Swan River Sunday afternoon to be present for the St. Johns, Bancroft, Stages Hallowe'en Party on Tuesday Bancroft: A Hallowe'en costume party was the pleasure afforded the Juniors and seniors of St. John's school Tuesday evening by Miss Agnes Droessler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Droessler. In keeping with the spirit of the night the house was decorated with owls, cats and witches. Games symbolic of Hallowe'en were also played. J. C. Scurr and his class of Future Farmers enjoyed a hamburger supper at the school house Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. «W. Dubbs and their daughter, Mildred, attended the but- termakers' meeting in Mason City on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mllleh, Mrs. H. Sloan, Mrs. Oerhart, (Misses lantha and Geraldlne Gerhart and Irene Mikes Mrs. Sue Watson, Rev. and Mrs. Conde and Betty and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs, Mildred Dubbs and Mae Sloan attended the benefit program at Rodman on Thursday evening. soon locate there. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelly, who have been living there, have gone to stay with their daughter, Mrs. Harvey Johnson of Plum Creek. ,,,-*Wtod*ww recently «ce&*d«£* ^ death of Mrs. Charles tsoutd wno lived at the Lake of the woods, between Minnesota and Canada. Those who left Sunday to attend the funeral from here were Mrs. Albert Butterfleld ana son, Ben, Mrs. Ben Gould and son, Albert, Mrs. Butterfleld and Gould are sisters in law. Each fall children and relatives of the Wm. Greenfield family hold a reunion. Those who gathered Sunday for this festive occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Cbas Morrison and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. John Burnd all of Manson, Mr. Morison is a nephew of Mrs. Green. field. Others were the Wm. Runchey family of Riverdale township with their son, Lyle, who is attending Morningside College at Sioux City and the John Ulfers family of Fenton. Mrs. Runchey and Mrs. Tjlfers are daughters of the Greenfields'. A number of new Improvements have been added to the Irvington school. The various items were purchased witn money received through standardization, which amounted to $78.85. Iron brackets were installed in the hall for the hanging of wraps. Now each child may use a coat hanger. Other articles bought were a volley ball outfit, ou H.N.Kruse Iowa State Bank Building. Insurance Loans Surety Bonds Ask XJs About Our Aetna Accident Tickets "Insure In Sure insurance" phone 125. funeral which was held Tuesday. T1TONKANEWS C. E. Thomas left last Tuesday for northern Minnesota on a business trip. The father of Ted Dunmire was a week end visitor here at the Dunmire home. Mrs. Frank Fisher visited a few days the past week with relatives at Monona, Iowa. Donald Bacon and Miss Ethel Wellmeyer visited Sunday at the Herbert Schweppe home. Raymond Heifner, who is attending a commercial college at Des Moines, spent the week end with his folks. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Cooper and baby with his father and mother visited Sunday at the Ness home at Forest City. Miss Irma Campbell spent the week end with her folks at Hampton. Her brother, who broadcasts from Omana, was also home. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven returned from South Dakota last Monday bringing Mrs. Craven's mother with them for Bernard O'Donneil caught his finger in the corn elevator Wednesday, Oct 26th. Miss Callista Elsbecker, R. N., was a visitor at the Albert Schiltz home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Petterson of Lakota are the parents of a boy born on Sunday. Joe saunders developed blood poison in his' chin recently and lancing was necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mouse! were dinner guests at the Albert Schiltz home Sunday. Gene Wolf and Frank Recker drove to Algona Friday to take In the corn husking contest. Mrs. Mescher returned last Tuesday from St. Paul, Where she visited her son, A. W. Mescher. Albert Deitering and Hans Dooce drove to Rlngsted Friday to attend a blacksmith's meeting. Miss Leona Schiltz of Port Dodge arrived home Sunday for the day with Mrs. Swabb also of Fort Dodge. John Wm. Estell of Ledyard died at 1:30 a. m. at the Wonke hospital Monday morning of general speecemia. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welp had visitors Sunday from Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Haverly, and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mulligan are the parents of a third child born on Sun- flay, October 22. It was named Daniel James. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scholtes are the proud parents of a baby boy born Tuesday morning. They named him Dennis Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Nessgar from Dyersvllle visited at the homes of MT. and Mrs. Joe Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Droessler, Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Sheridan who sprained her ankle some time ago, is recovering nicely and is now able to walk with the aid of a crutch. Mrs. sowers of Buffalo Center drove to Iowa City for the Iowa homecoming and while there took critically ill and is now in the Iowa City hospital. Monday, while hunting, Art Murray cut the white of his eye with a weed. It was very painful for a couple, of days, but it is greatly improved now. Art Murray, Dr. R. E. Weber, Harold Pohlman, Dr. Hoffman and R. E. Hutton drove to the Twin Cities Saturday to attend the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and their daughter, Mary Joyce, of Whittemore were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard last Sunday evening. J. H. Doyle, Ph. D., of the Wisconsin and Chicago universities, gave a lecture on "Why Some People succeed and Others Fall" to the high school students of St. John's school last Monday. Francis Lonergan and Evans Carmean drove up from Des Moines Sat- ST. JOE NEWS § g&&®&&&^^ (Too Late for Last Week) Nicholas Wagner was a business caller in Algona Thursday afternoon. John Reding was quite sick a few days the latter part of last week. Irene Geishecker who teaches near Rolfe spent the week end at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Friders were Sunday visitors at the George Hirner home near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weydert and family from New Rlchland, Minn., are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrude are enjoying a visit from their daughter, Esther an I her husband and oaby whose home Is t.t Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud are enjoying a visit from their daughter, Esther and her husband and baby whose home is at Hardy. The secondary road leading past the Wm. Hagllnd farm was recently opened to. traffic but the new bridge is not yet completed. John Wonderly from Livermore and George Becker have been putting in new windows in the St. Joseph church basement the past week. Mr. and Mrs. prude and two daughters of Des Moines spent over Sunday at the Wm. Metzen home. Mrs. prude is. a sister of Mr. Metzen. Agnes Wlltgen went to Whittemore Sunday evening to attend a post nuptial shower for Mrs. Clarence Hentges, who was formerly Anna Franks. Mr. and Mrs. John Origer accompanied by Augusta Buttermore of West Bend drove to Fort Dodge Saturday. Miss Buttermore had her tonsils removed. Mrs. Joseph Thilges and Rose Besch from Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs Leo Besch and children and Theresa Besch from Bode were all Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Lucy Union cemetery at Livermore Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker are the parents of a baby boy born last week Thursday. October 19th, at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. It was baptized Jerome John on Sunday at St. Joseph's church. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker were sponsors. Mrs. Mike Wlltgen received word last Sunday that her mother, Mrs. William Wiesenberg at LuVerne, had fallen and broken her hip. Mrs. Wlltgen left Immediately to help care for her mother. Mrs. Wiesenberg later contracted pneumonia from which she died Friday. Funeral services were held on Sunday afternoon at LuVerne. Mrs. John Friders accompanied the Wiltgen family to the services. A post nuptial miscellaneous «nd grocery shower was held Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22nd., in St. Joseph's Hall for Mrs. John Bormann, who before her marriage a few weeks ago was Clara Stessman of Earllng, Iowa. The afternoon was spent at 21 tables of five hundred and six tables of bridge. Bertha Thul won high prize for five hundred and Margaret Gales won the bridge prize. A door prize was awarded to Irene Gelshecker. Lunch was served to about 140 In attendance. Many beautiful and useful gifts were received. William Metzen was given a pleasant surprise Sunday, the occasion being his sixtieth birthday anniversary. Each guest took a covered dish and sandwiches and a pot luck dinner was served at noon. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Prude and two daughters of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs Fred Langerman and Leonard Menthel of Swea City. Mrs. Link Singleton and Virs. Monroe McLauren and children 01 iney Woods, Mississippi, Barney Cape- ius and family of near Irvington, the Lawrence Deckers of near Algona, Mrs. vicConnell and family, the Robert Ca- eys, the Peter Halsruds, the Wm. Bold- idges, the Vern Barkers, Mrs. Ed Hammer and Mr. and Mrs. John Hammer all of this vicinity. The following Hallowe'en program was given last Friday night at schoo district No. 6 of which Laura Hubert s teacher: music by the McEnroe girls; Welcome, poem by Helen Devine; Sambo, Lill' Sal and the Pancake Party by the pupils of the school; song by ..£ _ n ,4 -ciAOTi rUc/iVi. .Tnllv Little (Crowded Out Last Week) Harold Johnson spent Saturday at the Wade Ball home. i Mrs. Irvin Bauman, northwest of town Is on the sick list. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Boese were visitors last Thursday at Ceylon, Minn. The Peter Bruers and Wade Balls spent Thursday evening at the J. A. Meyer home. Mrs. Wm. Rlcklefs of Tltonka was a visitor one day last week at the Peter and Jim Bruer homes. Miss Arlene Lewis, who teaches school near LuVerne. spent the week end at the parental C. R. Lewis home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lewis of Waterloo spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis. Mrs. Dale Dundas and two little daughters of Armstrong spent the week end here at the Laura Penny home. Harvey Johnson, Walter Rosenau, iValter Leslie, Peter Bruer and Wade Ball attended the Legion meeting The A. L. Sorenson family of Bode, spent Sunday here at the home of Mrs. orenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wagner, William Pappenheim from New Miss Anna Meyer stayed at the home f her sister, Mrs. F. G. Nitz several ays last week, Mrs. Nitz being on the ick list. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs and two ons, Raymond and Arnold, were here iunday and spent the day at the home f Mrs. Rlcklefs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1m Bruer. Mr. and Mrs. Lentz and two child- en of Buffalo Center were here Sunday attending services at the Luth- Mary and Fern Glsch; Pumpkins by the 4th, jolly Littli 5th and 6th eran church, lelgh man. Mr. Lentz is the Raw- Tout! Find 24 Comics In Next Sunday's Chtc*«o Herald and Etantaer. ADMBR Watt Will Be BrtR&tn* up Father, tun* the Totter, MJckey MoWe, fioofe Me* N«t, B*nM? Oo«K»«, tte Kaii*B- jammet RMto, ttm TjlW* tack, Fell* the Cat, Dave's IMllc»teMeti, Toonmtlte Frtkft, Tooto «WI CM- per and m*ny other*. ^ Paints For your fall housecleaning use Devoe's Paints, Enamels and Varnishes. Are you among the many who use Clean-All for your wall and wood work cleaning? You will be surprised at what a nice job it does. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool. I**- an extended visit. Sadie Denton attended the joint meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary units and Legion posts of the Eighth district held at Fort Dodge on Thursday. Irene Peterson, retiring treasurer, entertained the American Legion Auxiliary to a kiddle's masked Hallowe'en party at the Denton home last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Keagle drove down from Minneapolis Wednesday for a short visit with his mother and brothers and left Thursday for Urbana, Missouri, for a visit with his father. Dale Craven left Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Lucas, for Buffalo, Wyoming, where Dale will be employed in his uncle's printing office. Mr. Lucas was formerly secretary of state of Wyoming. Mercedes Sartor left Friday night for Chicago where she will report for duty Saturday Miss Sartor is a graduate nurse and does public welfare work a couple of days of the week and the rest of the time is on duty at the Rush Medical clinic. urday to spend Sunday with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean. x While playing at the public school Sunday afternoon, Billy Deitering ac- cidently stepped on to rusty nails, running them quite deep into his foot. He was taken to a physician where his foot was treated. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Austin, and their daughter, Delma, of Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Austin and Mr. and Mrs G. A. Pearson were entertained at the home of Mrs. Oscar Pearson, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garry, Collette Welp and Mary Merrill drove to Carroll Saturday. The Garrys visited with relatives and Mary Merrill, R. N., visited Olga Elsbecker, R. N. and other friends. Collette Welp went on to Templeton to visit. Lawrence Mousel injured his fore finger while unloading corn, Thursday night. His glove caught while pulling out an ear of corn which was out of place. It was cut close to the bone but the bone was not injured nor broken. The wound was dressed by Dr. J. A. Devine. Hampton returned to his home las Tuesday after several davs 1 visit with relatives in this vicinity. He was e Sunday dinner guest at the John Fri ders home. Mrs. Joseph Th.ilg.--s and Rose Bescl from wMttemore and M.?. and Mrs Leo Bes;ti and children and Theresa Besch fiom Bode we-'e all Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weydert received word the latter part of last week of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kirsch of near Algona. Mrs. Kirsch will be remembered here as tne former Mary Wey dert Sarri Boyle of Frazee, Minn, spent Saturday at the Peter J. Erpeldlng home. He returned home Sunday. He was down to attend the funeral of his brother, Edward, who was buried in tne ,ruiiiurv"» M.T *•••— 1 - .. grade boys; Hallowe'en song by pupils of the school; a Special Sale by Jame. Moore and Cyril Relling;; Two Baby Owls by Colleen Devine; Sour Grapes by Bernice McConnell; Altering at th Altar, dialogue by Mary and Fern Glsch- seein' Things, by Merrill Moore Lend Me Fou' Bits, dialogue by Wm Jr., and Albertha Boldridge; On Hal- lowe'en by Paul Devine; O Susanna, a song by William Boldridge with banjo accompaniment by Vern Christy; Back Seat Driver, monologue by Ruth Devine; Their First Quarrel, dialogue by John and Helen Devine; Bud's Wish, poem by Delores Pooch. H, W. POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or dam- 3 age. Equipped to do all kinds of jf draylng and hauling. 32-tf CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW R J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bank Elk. ALGONA, IOWA J. I* BONAK ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompi attention. ALGONA, IOWA IT. B. QUARTON H. W. MHXEH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA ^^^ Norton Mrs. prank Capesius was a week end visitor at the Julius Capesius home. Marv Joyce Capesius visited school one day the past week. Alide Thilges is the teacher. Prosper Frideres was a week end visitor of Wilford Schneider at the home of Julius Capesius. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders and son of Algona were Sunday visitors at tne Julius Capesius home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges and son. Junior were Sunday evening visitors at the J. P. Thilges home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Frideres of West Bend were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius. Alida Thilges and Mrs. Julius Capesius and children were callers at the Matt Kirsch home Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. John Becker and their daughter, Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thijges and son, Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faber and daughter, Edna and Nina, Theodore Faber and Eu Durwod visited Sunday afternoon at the John Faber home near West Bend. WEST BEND NEWS Kfxa&xxxo^^ ' (Crowded Out Last Week) Mr and Mrs. Dewey Crotts and two sons returned Wednesday from a trip through Tennessee and Kentucky, The Delta Alplm Sunday School class gave a shower at the home of their teacher, Mrs. B. P. McParland Thursday evening. The affair was in honor of Mrs. Robert Day, a recent bride. The Woman's Missionary society met with Mrs. T. W. Williams, Friday. Mrs. Ohas. Thatcher explained the plans for the year's work. Mrs. Wbitford reviewed tie missionary magazine. j. w. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA. C. J. VAN NESS & G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W Algona. Iowa. . Kelly ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby & &ause Algona, Iowa. _ Phone L. A. l/HNKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Qulnby Building. Phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. O. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Qulnby & KrauseJWdB. aJgona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney at Law Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 206. P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res- 316 Algona, Iowa. A. Hutchison T. C. Hutchison HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, Iowa. CARROL A. WANDER Attorney-at-Law Over Postofflce Phone 65 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall drug store. Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 326. ALGONA, IOWA. C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathlc Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688. Algona, Iowa. P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 666. MELVIN G. BOURNE. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bdg. Phones Office 197 Res. 811 R. A. EVANS, M. D. Over Borchardt's drug store Office Phone 306; Res. 312. Specialties—Obstretrics and Electrotherapy, viz., diathermy, Infra red, Radiant Light and Ultra Violet. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas on. Novocalne used for extraction Located over Chrlstensen Store. Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP. DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 1* Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Office 220 West State Street. Office Phone 475-W Rea. 476-B. Algona, Iowa. L. M. MEEBITT Mortician & Funeral D'rector Phone No. 11 Algona, Iowa VNOW I FEEL FULL OF PEP" After taking Lydia £. Pink- barn's Vegetable Compound That's what hundreds of women eay. It steadies the nervea .. .makes you eat better ... sleep better ... relieves periodic headache and backache ... makes trying days endurable. If you are not as well as you want to be, ftlve this medicine a chance to help you. Get a bottle from your druggist today. New 50^ Size LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS FOR WOMEN They relieve and prevent S eriodic pain and associated isorders. No narcotics. Not just a pain killer but a modern medicine which acts upon the CAUSE of your trouble. Persistent' use brings permanent relief. Sold by alldjuggists. How Chickens ' Go Home to Roast Chicks by the thousand every day To Swift fit Company wend their way. Cash on delivery—no delay That's the way the Swift men pay. These chicks reside in four-room flats They gorge on milk and other fats. They eat much grain, they take on weight They cackle much about their fate. When plump, they're graded for the table. They're dressed and get a Premium label. Then nation-wide they quickly roam Demand will find for each a home. In retail shops, when placed on view They soon appeal to me and you. ^ H ERE, in a few simple rhymes, is the story of Swift 8t Company service to the producer of poultry. To be consumed, poultry and butter and eggs must reach those—often vast distances away—who do not produce them. More than 100 produce plants, many buying stations and the whole Swift distributing organization work to make a nation- Swift's Premium label stamps each winner Which hies away for someone's dinner. wide, cash market for produce. Expenses of handling are low. Produce and meats are sold by the same salesmen, cutting expense on all items. Prices paid to farmers are competitive and are governed by what consumers, through retailers, will pay for the entire supply offered. Sell your poultry, butterfat and eggs to Swift & Company. .,,-1 Swift & Company Purveyors of Fine Foods World's Fair visitors are cordially invited to go through the Swift plant in Chicago. It is only thirty minutes on the South Side Elevated from downtown. You have until November 12 to visit the Fair 899 i; TO LOSE FAT Miss M- Katner of Brooklyn, N. T. Write*: "Have used Kruscheu for the pmt 4 month! »nd bave not only lost Its pound! but leel to much better in every way. Even for people who don't care to reduce, Kruschen Is wonderful to keep (he system healthy. I being a nurso •hoiuld know for I've tried so inany thing! but only Kruscheo answered aU purposes." (May 12, 1832). TO loss fat SAFELY and HARMLESSLY, take a halt ti-aspoonlul ol Kruschen Baits la ft glass of hot water In the morning before breakfast—don't miss a morning—a bottle that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle—get Krusohen Salts at any drugstore In America. If not Joyfully satisfied alter the first bottle- money back. 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