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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 24,1937 UNION BOY WEDS BANCROFT GIRL Eldon Stoffel, Dorothy Schilte Spoke Vows June 21st Bancroft: On Monday morning a I eight o'clock, Dorothy Schlltz daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schlltz, became the bride of Eldon Stoffel, of Algona. at St. John's church. Mary Schiltz, sister of the bride and LeRoy Stoffel, brother of the groom were the attendants. The bride was beautifully attired in a long white lace dress with a long tulle veil and she carried a bouquet of white carnations. The bridesmaid wore a long blue lace dress with a blue bandeaux on her hair and she carried a bouquet ol pink snap dragons. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. Married 10 Years Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris entertained at six tables of bridge Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris* tenth wedding anniversary. Five hunlred was played and Joe Foxsen won high score for the men and Mrs. Henry Fox won high score for the ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris were presented with a gift in honor of the occasion and Sunday, being Mrs. Dan Harris' birthday, she was also given a present. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and son were dinner guests Sunday at the Anton Schneider home. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker attended /the barbers' picnic held at Hands' Park Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy visited from Sunday until Wednesday with relatives at Hutchinson, Minn. Lillian McDonald had her tonsils removed at the Wohnke hospital, Friday. Dr. Egan performed the •operation. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Brink of Omaha, spent the week end at the home of Dr. Brink's father, Bernard Brink, Sr. Mrs. Russell Saunders and Mary Anita and Eleanor Cairy of Whittern ore were dinner guests Sunday at the M. A. Saunders home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hlgglns and family of Detroit, Mich., returned to their home Monday after spending two weeks here visiting relatives and friends. Your Money's Worth Plus Service f of the ;,. Best in ALL TYPES INSURANCE REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT REAL ESTATE LOANS JOEL M. HERBST Office Over Iowa State Bank Phone No. 93 FOSTER MOTHER—Bessy, Holstein cow on the Steve Julian farm, near Rockford, 111., is the proud foster mother of four calves, two of them (center) Guernsey twins. Steve Julian, Rockford farmer, faced the prospect of nursing the twins with a bottle when he decided to offer the foster mother assignment to Bessy. She accepted nonchalantly. Later two Holstein calves (not twins) made their debut in the Julian herd and when their mothers ware unable to provide milk they joined the twins at Bessy's udder and now all are thriving. COR WITH RURAL CARRIER IS TAKING WEEK'S VACATION TRIP | flood. They were en route to points __ -^ .. f+ — I 11UUU. J.1ICJ WCIC C. E. Galloways Go on a in North Dakota. Trip to Illinois Relatives Corwlth-Fairvlew: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Galloway and son. Jimmie, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dawson, left last Wednesday morning for a vacation trip. They visited with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Galloway at Lineville, Iowa, and helped his father celebrate his birthday. From there they went to Farmer, 111., where they visited with Mrs. Rose Davvson, an aunt of Mr. Dawson, and also with a school teacher he had not seen for 37 years. They will visit at Decatur and other points in Illinois, and expect to return in about a week. Armond Tabb is taking Mr. Galloway's place as rural mail carrier during the letter's absence. New Cars Appear There are several new cars in the vicinity since last week. George Oxley and Clarence Galloway are both driving new Chevrolets; Dr. G. L. Severns and S. L. Thompson have new Ford V-8s and Dick Studer has a new Plymouth. Ouetto at Mastersons The following were Sunday guests at the Robert Masterson home: Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hoofnaugh and Mrs. Mary Miller of Dallas, Center: Mr. and Mrs. Dick DeBoest of Waterloo; Vtr and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey of Lu- Verne; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson, and Lois Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and son, Gary Lee. Inspect Flood Damage Frank Gower and son of Illinois stopped In the Fairview community Sunday morning to view the damage done on their farm by the recent VALUES In Used and Renewed TRUCKS 1934 Ford V-8 LWB with cab and body, 6.50x20 front tires, 32x6 dual rears. 1935 Ford V-8 Panel International Model C-l Pickup demonstrator 1934 International Model B-3 iy z ton 136 W. B. 1929 International, Model 5-26 with cab, a very good buy. McCormick Deering Store Phone 52 E. State St. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kouba spent Sunday at Fairmont, Minn. Glen Francis of Des Moines spent Sunday with his family here. Miss Roberta Masterson is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Lee Williams. Lloyd Brockman of Britt is assisting with the dairy and farm work at the Harry Brown home. Albert Johnson is again able to be about and was in town Saturday for the first time since his illness. Charles Perkins of Britt and his brother, Frank Perkins of Waterloo were Corwith visitors on Thursday. Mr. ahd Mrs. Sherm Page spent last week end with their son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Page, at Omaha. Mrs. Donald Wood of Kanawha spent Wednesday at the home of her NEW SILO ON UNION FARM Richard Leigh Place Is Improved 'With Cement Block Silo Union: Richard Leigh Is having four men from Waterloo erect a cement brick silo on his farm ten 1 anted by Stanley Gardner. The work was completed Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen spent Sunday with friends at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Krieps were guests Sunday In Algona of Mr. and Mrs. George Krieps. Sheridan Strayer, small son of the Keith Strayers, spent last Friday and Saturday with his aunt, Mrs. Jens Sorensen. Mrs. Emll Stoffel left Monday to accompany Mrs. Otto Vaske (her niece) to Rochester. Mrs. Vaske will go through the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould spent one day last week at the Joe Arndorfer home In Cresco township, picking strawberries. They picked 80 quarts at one picking. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Didricksen of Brltt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould. In. the afternoon the Albert Butterfield family, Keith Strayers and Donald Cooks, all dropped In for a call. Mrs. Scheppman Of Irvington Honored On Her Birthday Irvington: Mrs. Henry Scheppman was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday (a week ago) when a number of her friends and relatives came to help her celebrate her birthday. Those present were the August and Edwin Gades, Henry and George Saunders of West Bend, the Robert and Ben Schmidts from Lone Rock, Robert Bells and Arthur Tietzes of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade of Fenton. AH reported a most enjoyable evening. OPEN FOR BUSINESS We invite you to drop iu and inspect our line of ELECTROLUX Hervel Krro.-eiie Operated Ifcfri^erators HOT POINT REFRIGERATORS Made by Kdisuii (lem ral Klectrie Cu. ONE MINUTE WASHERS parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Bunting. Louis and Ole Ojerdahl and Louis Bruns of Wesley, visited Sunday with their cousins. Charles and Eric Erickson. Postmaster J. Joseph Bonnstetter attended the state postmasters' convention at Des Moines on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle entertained a number of friends at a wiener roast at their home last week Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs. James Greenfield and daughter. Sandra Kay of West Bend spent last week Sunday at. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. Mrs. Walter Kirchgotter and Mrs. Harvey Punke spent Wednesday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gourley at Mason City. Miss Dorothy Dawson of Ames is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dawson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Studer spent ast week Sunday with relatives at Den Moines. Their two little daughters, Muriel and Carlo Jean who iuve been visiting at Des Moines. returned home with them. Mr. und Mrs. George Evans. Sr, and daughter, Lottie and sons John and Edward and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans atlended Ihe funeral of John Krakes held at Woolstock on Monday aflernoon Mr. Frakes was a brolher of Mrs. George Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oxley and son, Winton, of Decatur, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson of Waterloo were last week end guests at the parental Ed Oxley home. Winton Oxley remained here to spend the summer with his grandparents. Joy Jesse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jesse, spent the past week at the Herman Neahring home at Stilson and attended the Lutheran vacation Bible school. She spent Saturday and Sunday al the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs R. Jesse. Rev. Albert Rust has relurned from a trip to Sioux Falls. South Dakota, where he spent some time in the Gospel Mission. Lawrence Peterson of GoUifield, a student at the Northwestern Bible school, at Minneapolis, had charge of his services while he was gone. Virginia Walley returned Satur day from Truman, Minn , where she has been visiting wilh relatives. He mother. Mrs. P. E. Walley drove to Minnesota and brought her home. Mrs. WtUley'fc sisterte lillle boy relumed wilh them and will spend a week here. Mr ami i,7rs. Edward Mansion and son, Edward, Jr . of Brooklyn, New York, arrivcU iast Thursday for a visit with his mother, Mrs. James Mansion. They were accompanied by Lester Metille. also of Brooklyn, who is visiting at tile home of his sister Mury. and other relatives. Hoy Hillary of Spirit Luke spent Tuesday wilh hi.> mother, Mrs. Hen•-! I ric-tla Hillary Mrs. Hillary and iier daughter, Mrs Marshal) Barge, who Mr, and Mrs. Roy Butterfield of Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs Myron Ludwig of Algona were all Sunday visitors at the Sim Leigh home. The local dance club will meet this Friday evening at the hall. Those on the committee in charge are the George Beckers, Stephen Loss, Jr., and the Edwin Frlders. Chas. Egel, Henry Weber and Harold Hutchins motored to Ames last Wednesday to attend a meeting of the federal loan association, They also remained for the banquet in the evening. Duane Riley, young aon of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rlley, who has been critically ill at the Kossuth hospital is slowly recovering and it is hoped before long will be permitted to return to his home in Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson motored to Chilllcothe, Mo., last Saturday to get their twin daughters, Ilda and Idela who are attending business college at that place. The girls will remain home until after the 4th of July. Donald and Gerald Frank! entertained their friends at a dance last Friday evening. Cook's orchestra from Algona furnished the music. However, owing to the rain the attendance was not as large as had been anticipated. Wm. Leonard of Minneapolis was a guest last week end at the Perry Phillips home. Mr. Leonrad came to Iowa to attend the family reunion which was held last Sunday at Humboldt. The Phillips also spent the day at Humboldt. Several from this vicinity attended the Phillips funeral at LuVerne Wednesday afternoon. For many years, Mr. Phillips was a prominent Sherman township farmer, and served as a township trustee and also on the school board. Word was received that Mrs. Hudson, mother of Paul Hudson, had fallen from a chair while visiting her sister at Lake City. Minn., and had broken her hip. Mrs. Hudson had been helping to care for her sister, who is an invalid. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rohe will ar rive Friday to be week end guests at the Chas. Egel home. The Rohes are coming after Mrs. Johanna Beckman, mother of Mrs. Egel and Mrs. Rohe, who has been here fo some time visiting with the Rgels. Mrs. Jas. Ross and Mrs. Chas Clarke of Britt were guests las week at the home of Mrs. Clarke 1 daughter. Mrs. Ray Fitch. On Fri day. Mrs. Elmer Potter entertaine at a quilting bee honoring the out of-town ladies Other guests at th Potters on Friday were Mrs. Be Potter and Mrs. Fitch. The George Marshall family mov ed last week from their home jus north of the river bridge to th Henry Kuhlman farm where the are employed by Leonard Kuhlman who will manage his mother's farm Mrs Kuhlman and daughter, Mary recently purchased the Dr. Bourn bungalow in Algona and will mov there to make their permaner home. West Betid Man To Teach Next Year In Wash. West Bend: J. Walter Williams has secured a position In the Spokane, Washington, senior high school, to teach social science, for the coming year. He taught In the Walcott high school for six years and the past year attended Columbia University where he received his master's degree. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter and children were Fort Dodge visitors, Monday. E. A. Frleden Is having a new roof put on the house Re purchased from John Williams. Chas. Thatcher attended a convention In Ames Tuesday. Walter Williams accompanied him. Carl Daubendiek of Anita, spent Tuesday here on business in connection with the telephone company. Dr. H. Frank Glvens returned on Monday from Rochester, where he has been having treatments on his hands. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone returned Monday from Ames, where they had attended the blacksmith's convention. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, the Thos. Lawmans, near Rodman. Mrs. Kathryn Grippen and her daughter, Marjorie, drove to Clear Lake, Tuesday, to spend the day with relatives. Mrs. Anna Cleine and children of Austin, Minn., are visiting at the home of her parents, the Ira Hoovers and the Irvin Shellmeyer home. Mrs. Quincy Porter and daughter, Helen of Poughkeepsie, New York, spent several days the past week visiting her mother, Mrs. Juliet Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Fredericks of near Mason City spent Sunday with her grandparents, the Win. Rileys. Mrs. Fredericks remained for a longer visit. Misses Dorothy Cleal of Perry and Ivadel Cleal of Iowa Falls spent Sunday at the home of their sister, Mrs. Byron Boos and with their parents at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson and Charlene and Mr. and Mrs. John Munson and family" spent Sunday at Kanawha visiting M. T.'s sister, Mrs. John Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and children left Monday for a visit with relatives in Illinois. Mr. Boos planned to see a large baseball game in Chicago while gone. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland nd daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Tinley and daughter, Natalie Tinsley, re in St. Paul visiting their daugh- er and sister, Mrs. McGee. They Ian to spend some time recuperat- ng at a lake near St. Paul, where the McGees have a cottage. Miss Ida Rlley, Mrs. Burdette "redericks and Harold Simmons rove to Havelock, Sunday evening, rtonday, they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harr to Des Moines .o see Harold's father, Arthur Simmons in the veterans' hospital He was operated on Monday for gall bladder trouble and is getting along a* well «• can be expected. Catherine Priester Guest At Shower Four Corners: A week ago last 'riday afternoon a miscellaneous hower was held for Catherine Tlester at the Cecil Bjustrom home /Ith 75 present Hostesses were he Mesdames John Sabln. Edward lich, Orville Holdren, Lewis Broeser, Cecil Bjustrom and Bob Ward. The honoree received many lovely ifta. Lunch was served by the ostesses. i tnri'd at Nt \\loii. Iowa As advertised, $10 for any old washing machine NQRGE GAS STOVES Beautiful, ecimujuiral, usi-s any propane gas Thermo (ias, Siiellane <ia.s or Skdgas L. W. SWANSON Iu Former Joe BJoom Location 111 East State Street, Algona fJtff&K/SSIfiKj^^ iia.i spent the ia:>t iwo weeks wilh Iier mother returned lo Spirit Lake with him. Mis Hillary will remain at Spirit Lake lor u two months' Vlsjt. The Baptist church closed its annual vacation Bible school on Friday with a picnic al Hit; Stilson Memorial Park Tin- school has had u very large enrollment this year, of over one hundred students. Daily sessions were held under the lead- erahip of Kev. Paul O. Williams. Teachers included Kev. and Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Philip Puffer, Miss Sylvia Stilsun, Mrs. Armond Tabb aiul others. The Wm. Draytons, Herman Lln- emnas and Cecil Bjustroms spent ast Sunday fishing. Last week Monday^ Mrs. John Sabin entertained several iittle girls of the neighborhood ir, honor if June's fifth birthday and Thurs- iay afternoon, Mrs. Everett Witham mtertained in honor of Ellen June's birthday. A week ago last Sunday, Mrs. J. Wilson, sons Corwln and Vincent and grandson. Merlin Hansen, ol Whlttemore and Mrs. Loretta Hansen, Avis and Elaine Wilson, Algona, spent the day with the Edward Rich family. A dance was held in the Wm. Drayton barn last Friday night, but there was not a very good crowd, probably due to the storm and rain. Relatives and friends attended the Walker-Priester wedding Tuesday morning at 8:30 in the St. Michael's Catholic church. SEXTON FAMILY ATTENDREUN10N Harvey Stevens Family at Clapsaddle Meeting in Fort Dodge Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and ions, Everett and Wilbur attended the Clapsaddle reunion held at Fo»t Dodge last Thursday. There were 126 In attendance. A picnic dinner was held at noon and a social afternoon followed. Those attending from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children, Mapleton, Minn.; Orvllle Clapsaddle and family, Kankakee, III.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Richardson and son of Shamboy, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lake and son, Sutherland, and Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin, Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Sunday at the Dick Wermersen home near LuVerne. Dr. and Mrs. Roy Ball and their daughter, Tltonka, were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Paetz home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith spent Sunday in Algona with Mrs. Greenfield's sister, Mrs. A. D. Richards. Mrs. Naomi DeWilde and daughter, Constance of Mason City spent last week with Mrs. DeWltde's aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Rash and ton of Billings, Montana, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the W. C. Taylor home. Mrs. Rash is a sister of Mr. Taylor. Doctor Tells Lou To Take It Easy Union: Lou Jtenklnson, who was not feeling so well of late went to Rochester a week ago for a checkup. He returned last Sunday and was ordered to bed for a few days upon his return. Lou has been doing hi* own work the past year but has a man to help him now, so he can take things easier. R. J. Harrington 3. O. HAKBtNGTON * LOWB Room* 812-14 First NaM Bk. Bid* ALGONA, IOWA HIDES WOOL Top Market Prices Paid for Hides and Wool Joe Greenberg Portland Twp. South Plum Creek New Mr arid Mrs. Orville Harr of Havelock spent Sunday at the Win. Mrs. Ray Fitch accompanied Mr*. Brown to Lakota lust Tuesday for the purpose of attending a contact mceuug with Mrs. Jacobs ol Forest City. Ail was in the interest of the, 's work of the local farm bureau. Herman Leek and family attended a birthday parly at the home of Ralph Stewart's near Burt, Sunday. I. A. Hansen has the contract for the new school building being put up in central Plum Creek township. I. is nearing completion and i* a credit to the district. The John Seeman farm came near changing owners last week at one hundred and twenty-five dollars per acre. The farm looked better to John than the money, so he still has it, C. B. Albright is back from Hay- tield, Minn., where he has been helping his son, Carl, put In his crop and gather bis belongings from the four corners of the earth, where he unloaded them because of the snow. Aita Albright returned last Tuesday to her work as anaetbeUst at the Kenosha hospital where she has oeen employed for the past two years. She spent her vacation mostly with her mother, lira Ferdinand Albright who Is an Invalid and was much helped by ber visit Mrs. Will Grover has been ill the past week. Mrs. J. T. Heaney left Sunday for Kiester, Minn., where she will spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collinson Elmore, visited the Tony Jandls Sunday. Mr. Collinson in a broth er of Mrs. Jandl. Corn crop in this vicinity »eems to be faring quite well. Only and there, have been the recent rains. Virginia Trenary is expected home thi* week Wednesday from Storm Lake where she attendee the Christian Endeavor conference Sunday visitors at the Thomas Trenary home were the Floyd Dun cans, Brail Pearsons, Henry Smiths and Ed Trainer. The Ray Smith family called in the afternoon. Mrs. Victor ApplegaU and Miss Letha Mann accompanied Darlen Brayton, Portland i-H delegate, t Ames last week.Wednesday, where they attended a three-day session of the state i-H club convention. Many Portlandites paid their last respects to John Kuchenreuther, 71, whose funeral was held Monday afternoon at the Methodist church iu Burt. Mr. Kuchenreuther was a Portland resident a number of years ago. Girl turns amateur detective and risks ber life in Reno's Chinatown to smash the dope ring that federal agent* could not break up. Read this exciting article in the American Weekly, the magarin* distributed with Next Sunday'* Chicago iierakf and SPECIAL FORSATURDAY ONLY BOY'S SANFORIZED SLACKS and Polo Shirts both for $ 1.00 A second group at $1.25 ALL Wool Trunks Sizes 28 to 42 A real bargain at close-out prices. Saturday only 75c MADSON & HANSON "The Home of Better Clothes" The Boss Is Away From now until Wednesday, June 80th, for the balance of thU month, we will give all purchaser* of any Used Car in our stock, selling for fLM or over SO GALLONS OF GASOLINE FREE. There has not been, and will not be, any increase In the price of wny of the can or track* on our Used Car Lot We will not refuse any reasonable offer. All we ask is that you look them over, and we mi* certain that with all of our car* In the best of condition you can find one to meet your particular needs. We vend them Into our own shop for reconditioning. You can find Just wfa*>t you want at the price you want to pay. In our R. & O. and Square Deal values, every car carries a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. What more could you ask? We have M Used Cars to choose from, tnfludlng Fords, Chevrolets, Plymouth* and many other makes all models, all styles from IttU to 1M7. Don't forget, these cars are ready to go, and WE ARE NOT REFUSING ANY REASONABLE OFFER. Easy terms available; your old car may make the down payment. KENT MOTOR Co. SALES SERVICE ATTORNEYS AT LAW 9. L. BONAft ATTORNE* AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, fOWA W. B. dtlABTON H. W. RttLUBel ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bid* Office Phone 497 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone » E. J. Van Ness G. W. StUIoua VAN NESS *STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 313 Algona, lowm Qaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone 1M ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-S10 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bid* Office Phone 460-J Res. U5 ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) a E. McMahosj L. E. Llnnan 3ULUVAN, M*MAHON A LINNAN Algona, Iowa Phone 58 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins, Bid* ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Quhiby Building CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phone PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS J. N. KENKFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 800 Res. Phone S2t ALGONA, IOWA * H1EXSSB, M. D. SURGEON * PHYSICIAN Office John Oalbralth Bldg. MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN aV SURGEON Office over Post Office Bid* Phones—Office 107 Res. 1M— OSTEOPATHS DR. & W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to noa- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 1*1 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Chrlstensen store Phone, Business 188, Residence 78$ ALGONA, IOWA DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone US Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa MURTAGH * SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Qulnby Bldg. Phone 146 OEO. D. WALBATH, D. D. 8. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office In Postofflce Block Phone 30 Algona, low* KARL B. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone lit REAL ESTATE VETERINARIANS «t>X* WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wtfttnl Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res, 476-B ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have Just received a targe shipment of ream packagos (SOO cbeeU) which sell for 60c for 600 sheets This U a good grade b paper and will make aa cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire at the Algona, Upper Dei MoiaM off.ee for

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