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gh*Afon* Pppw Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 30.1937 North East * Kossuth Page Hazel Ferguson Also Is Quest At a Second Shower Swea-Eaglei Mrs. John Jong- Iwrg and Mrs. Floyd Treat were hostesses ftt the Jongberg home last Tuesday evening at a miscellaneous •bower for Mrs. Jessie Halverson l»e former Leona Keller of Bancroft Thirty-five guests enjoyed games and stunts. The bride re- ceived'many beautiful gifts. Lunch was served at a late hour. Mrs. Halverson teaches In Dlst. No. 4, Swea township. This is her eighth year of teaching In Swea township. Frank Isaacson has purchased a new Nash car. Mr. and Mrs. Art E. Anderson aad family visited Sunday at the C. F. McGregor home. John Jongberg is building a new corn crib 24 by 26 with overhead ganary on his farm in Swea township. Mrs. John Jongberg and son, Arden, drove to Spencer Saturday, where Arden consulted an eye specialist Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hanson and sons visited Sunday at the home , of Mr. Hanson's mother, Mrs. Nels j Olson at Forest City. The Fred Pteterson carpenters are building a new barn on the farm which Is owned by the sons of the late Claus Erlckson. Curtis Kluger of Swea City has purchased a small house of Art K Anderson and moved it onto his lot in the north part of town. The Andersons are building a fine new term home. Carpenters are now doing the finishing work. HARRY KETTWICK PAINFULLY HURT Ankle Fractured In Two Places; In Bed for - Eight Weeks 2 FARMS GET IMPROVEMENTS NEARjnTONKA Osterman, Sr., and Chris Brandt Places Go "Under The Brush" Ole Johannsen of Ringsted has purchased the small farm home of the Tracy estate and moved it onto His 40 acres he received from the estate of his father. Olaf Johannson. The Johannsons will move onto their new place next spring and expect to put up several other farm buildings. Lakota Church Poster Exhibit 4-Ttu Methodist Sunday School was invited to view the posteri made by the beginners class, Little Jewels, at the close of the •Ion Sunday morning and found represented flowers, birds, etc., were the busy work of the class dur- mg the year and their teacher. Mrs. Henry Mitchell is proud of their work. Following are nnmcs of the pupils: Bobby Eggerth, Bobby, Vera and Richard Harms. Lois Leslie, Esther Abbas, Wallace and Lenlce Mitchell, Dale Goerndt, Putty Murray. Dickie Smith, Carl Hansen, Delorts and Marlene Kienitz and Janet Grabau. Editor Lee O. Wolfe was a speaker at the meeting of the Rural P. T. A. which met at School No. 7 where Kiss Helen Beed is teacher. A large crowd wds in attendance, with Mrs. Tom Young, president, in charge. Titonka: John Osterman. Sr east of town, has improved his al ready fine farm yard by the erection of a new garage, and is painting i .he same color as his residence The Ostermans enjoy a fine modem lome and farm equipment, and are deserving as they have raised 'amily of good men and women who are now in homes of theii own. except the youngest son. Chris Brandt Is treating the en tire set of buildings on the farm he purchased recently from Fred Boy ken. He and his sons have been doing the work, and the farm now presents a splendid appearance and Is an asset to the community in which it is located. The place is now tenanted by the Henry Swalve family. Mrs. Lem Stockwell is the new clerk in the Keil store. Mrs. Pierre Sartor entertained the Tuesday bridge club at her home. George Sonnenberg was a business caller at Woden Saturday afternoon. John Cosgrove and Robert Wood were visitors at Fairmont Sunday and Monday. Clark Miller, who is attending school at Forest City, was a week end guest at home. John Bleich has completed the first coat of paint on the Dr. Sartor office building on main street. Fred Hagen has been doing the plaster work in the Lester Callies property in the west part of town. shal William Ricklefs were business callers at Fairmont Monday afternoon. Art Falk of Algona was a business caller here Monday and visited his mother and other relatives while here. Wilbur Schram. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schram, left Monday morning for Ames, where he will again attend school this year. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aukes enjoyed the company of their cousin, Burdette Anderson and family of Forest City. Mr. Anderson is employed at the Forest City Lumber Co. Mr. Anderson, a former resident of Swea City, was also a guest of W. J. Denton. DES MOINES BUS DEPOT: Phone 282 Fort Dodge 1.25 Ames 2.45 Cedar Rapids 4.50 Omaha 4.05 Chicago 7,75 Los Angeles 26.75 Algona Hotel Algona, lowu ONLY $0-80 f One \V«y $.5.05 Kound Trip INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES Lakota: Harry Kettwick. who farms about four miles east and one mile north of here, was painfully injured In a tractor accident last week. He had recently purchased a new tractor, and was plowing in the field. Just how the accident happened is not exactly known, but while standing between the tractor nnd the plow, the tractor suddenly backed up, catching Kettwick's legs in the tractor, and breaking his ankle in two places. Being a long distance from the house, Mr. Kettwick began to crawl home. He had crawled a half mile toward his place, when his wife noticed something wrong and went to the field where she found her husband in Intense pain and agony. He was rushed to a hospital at Buffalo Center, where the bones were set, and later taken home. He will be confined to his bed for at least eight weeks. Mrs. Kettwick is a sister of Carl Gerzema, Lakota banker. The Kett- wicks have three children. Standard Out With A New Gasoline Anticipating the fuel requirements of the 1938 model automobile, Standard Oil Company of Indiana has perfected a new gasoline which will be advertised during the fall and winter In some 1,600 dally and weekly newspapers in the central west. The newspaper advertising campaign will begin today, and will feature a typical American news- hoy in action. Terse copy in bold type will be used to present the facts about the fuel. Mission Festival Brings In $130 Lnkota: The Presbyterian church icld its annual mission festival, Sunday, with large crowds at every service. Dr. T. Cuylcr Young, missionary from Iren, Persia, was the peaker nt the morning service. The Rev. Robert R. Irwin of Armstrong gave the address at the afternoon service. The junior and senior choirs and the Rev. -Claude Fausnaugh of Esthervllle gave the address In the evening. The day's -flerlng for missions totaled $130. Merman Ostercamp's Nephew Is Killed Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp and four children drove o Mountain Lake, Minn., Saturday o be present Sunda,- at the funeral Mr. Ostercamp's nephew, Fred )stercamp, 26, who was fatally inured earlier In the week In an en- llage cutter accident. Mr. Oster- amp and two children returned lunday evening, but Mrs. Oster- amp and the twin daughters remained for a week's visit. WILL ALL NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS BE LIKE THIS? —New glass block school building at Elkader, Iowa, used for first time Monday, September 13. Only one of Its kind In United States using glass blocks so extensively .. . more than 16,000 used in its construction. Many other new and novel features are incorporated. It will be formally dedicated on October 4th. MONS MONSON, OFHEBRONTWP., BREAKS 3 RIBS But Improvements on His Farm Go Ahead Despite Mishap Hebron: Mons Monson is having new machine shed built on the place where he lives. He now has & lew double corn crib with graiiar; iverhead, new hog house and alsc lad all the buildings painted. I ure has made quite an improve ment to his place. Ole Osland an< Carl Herem have been doing th work. Mr. Monson had quite a mlsfor une last week when he fell am rake three ribs and has not been ble to do his work. TITONKANEWS Renew Your Coat Now Have It Ready for the First Cold Snap Our cleaning service will give a new appcai-ancc to your coat. Renewed color— the nap raised—the fabric soft and, of course, ('leaned spotlessly. Phone 330 ELK CLEANERS We Deliver Norman & Perry Woodrow Petersen, who has been mployed in Algona for the past everal months, visited Sunday and .londay at the parental Eric Peteren home. R. L. Krantz drove to Des Moines Vednesday to bring home with him, is daughter, Miss Mildred Krantz, ho has been spending a couple ol ceks in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast eft Friday for Watertown, S. D., here they were attending to bus- less matters in connection with le sale of their residence property lere. Mrs. Bertha Callies who fell sev- ral weeks ago while cleaning the •alls of the Lutheran church, injuring her pelvic bones is improv ing splendidly and is able to be about her home again. Barber Wm. Batt was the catcher for the Bancroft Lions Sunday afternoon against the old timers on the Bancroft diamond, but none of them seem very proud of the game, as evidently no one was playing ball, but practicing and a good time thrown in for good measure. Mr. and Mrs. Meindert Pannkuk and baby, northeast of town farmers, just returned from a nine days' vacation spent visiting relatives at Freeport, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Pannkuk are tenants on one of the Boyd Pannkuk farms, and work hard all year and fully appreciated this relaxation. Mr. Pannkuk says rent is much cheaper H round Freeport Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these conditibns. This means that you suffer very little if any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right en with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my otTice once a week. You are welcome to come in for an examination without charges. At that time I can explain niy method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf Marvin Dreyer spent the week nd at the Mrs. Beatrice Osland ome. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin spen' unday with her folks, the Simon oerkes. Irvin Bocttchcr is assisting Carl nderson with building his new orn crib and granary. Mrs. Hervie Thompson has been enjoying a visit from one of her cousins from Nebraska. Mrs. Beatrice Osland attended a wedding Saturday night of Llllie Handeland and Olaf Saltun at Klester, Minn. Mrs. Lars Egesdahl entertained last Wednesday, Mrs. Carlyle Eges dahl and her mother, Mrs. Barton and her sister at a quilting party. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Mathcson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Berl Russ and Ole Osland spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Beatrice Osland and family. Mrs. Beatrice Osland, Bertel and Leo, left Tuesday forenoon for White, S. D., where they will spend a few days with her brother, A. C. Chrlstenaon and family. Mrs. Oscar Frandle attended a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Walter McCrary formerly Violet Wicks of Elmore, last Tuesday afternoon at the George Wicks home. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth, drove to Rembrandt and spent the day with their sister and granddaughter, Mrs. T. R. Heraldson and family. Visitors Sunday at the Oscar Frandles were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Legried of Clear Lake; Oscar Legried and children, Mr. und Mm. Otis Legried and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Burnild Legried, uud Russell Legried of Mankato; Mrs. C. O. Legried and Theron, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haveland and family, Ole Hauskin and Maynard, of Blue Earth. Want a Govt. Job? The Civil Service Commission will hold a competitive examination for medical social worker, $3,800 a year, associate $3,200 and assistant worker at $2.600; associate botanist at $3,200 and assistant at $2.600. Apply to M. J. McCall at the Algona postoffice for particulars. BD. PROCEEDINGS (Continued from Preceding Page) Hr Ii M Wallace, med L'.OO K \V l.UKby, med .77 Kri-il Park. U-le «urv 10.IK C A SnuiKon, MUjipUe^ !*.OU ShllU Ilros.. labor ."j.UO Ki't)lllllU!i anil Spillea, MUpplieM L'.K! <' A llvunl. labor '... 1.25 • ' W .Scliryvtr, labor 2.00 Hawi : utt anil Otf£. bUpplieii .... 3.44) llfulcy Chemical Co, HUpplieb . 1&&0 KKSOLVKI): That the Couuly Audi- lur U heifby autLurlzed lu i^»uc wui- raulf us "per S.-la-dult* of Cluiinn Uere- lulit-i'nri! \Vrltti-n." ilii in.ill,,u lluunl a-ljuunird until icon oi-iiii'k A M September I a. 1US7. K. S. K1N.SBX. Couutj Auditor Alldllor.) Office. Sf|>lfuiber 1;1. H»;i7. »:00 o'clock A. M. Hoard of Supervisors uii-t for lui-lr IliliU reifulur m-HHlou; uteiuberB (jtet- eul : McDonald. Franer. Co»Brove and iiuuiu. MemberH ub«ont: Morris. Motion by llauui uud wcoud by Cos- jfrovc- thut uiliiutfH of the luat regular W.>NN|UU uud all udjouriHMl M-KMIOIIS bf reiid. A yen: All. Moduli by FruM-r aud sec'uuj by Buuui that the uiluutv* of the lunt I'i'KUlur bfsslon uud u || adjourued m'S- sluns be approved Ayu»: Alf Mullnu by l!uuiu uud MIVOIIU uy Cos icruve thut the taxi-.s for HIX'i uud 11*M »ii l"t 14, Audltom Plat of SB quur- «' r , S V 'l uur ' l 'i' Section 11 Tuwushly -It llaucroft lucorpuruted bt- sur-l.cud c-d und the 11)3(1 taxes on K C41 5 ft Out Lot ;! Hwllou 1U Towunhlp w.i Uuiiiet- JU also be suspt-udL-il rt-unou reclpleliU of Old ABU As»Uliiiii-c Aye*: All. Mulloll b>' Cosgrovi- uiul bt-coud by ISiiuiu that Krusur bu appointed to make uecei|.ury ivpulrx ou DruiuuKc I'latrl. Is No. 1WJ un.l UK .It No S. Aye»: All. Motiiiu by l''rubtir ;iud b^toud by Cucgrove thuf Il-i!'ui be uMioiuli-d t* make necessary repairs on District Drains No. 31 and WK Jt 68-130. Ayes: All. Motion by Baum and second by Fraaer that the Soldiers Biemptlon on following described property be flp proved, K 70A of NW quarter and W 20A of NIC quarter Section 10 Township 100 Range 2» and BW quarter NB quarter Section 21 Township 99 Kange 28 I^edyard Township. Ares: All. Motion by Baum an ilsecond by Fraser that the following pauper notices be served on Mrs. Charles Perkins, Edward Jncbem. Julius Jurhem, Howard Westcott anil family, Willis Illlsborongh and family, Cecil Koepke, Oscar Munson and family, Joe Platt, and family. Theo. .Johnson and Mrs. Kate Barton and family. Ayes: All. Motion by Fraser nnd second by Ba«m that Mrs. Montgomery be given S10.00 per month for care of Hellen Stewart starling August 10th, 1937. Ayes; All. Motion by Fraser nnd second by Baum that Marthn Henti be given a cash allowance of »10.00 per month for cnre of her mother. Ayes: All. Motion by Haum and second _, Iraset Mint the following Kexolutlon lie adopted: „..„.„. RESOLUTION "HMIBAH. otic l.loyd Martin waa, »" JJ«™l> 3th IIKIO, flSed the amount of $400.00 In the District Court of low. In nnd for Kossuth County on the wSff" •" °P'' rBt| ng n Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated, and WIIERKAN, $250.00 of aald fine was. ,". {?"'. , tlaip ' ""spended by Judge F. «... Davidson pending the good beha- ivi?K.iiE. e .5" l<l Ll "- v '' Martin, anil i,« J1 A .•.."" "' " le flne an<l '•'O' 1 " il.r .^ Pen cl ""; r |lal<l " r <ll»c1arg«d with the exception of the $2fiO.OO »ua- pended during the good behavior of the said Lloyd Martin, «n.i L^ot^Farmer,JBones Crushed by Tractor, Crawls Half Mile Home JONGBERG HOME SCENE OF PARTY FOR BRIDE, Old Armstrong Resident Buried Armstrong: Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock for Silas Knudson, 56 years old, at the Armstrong Lutheran church by the Rev. R. W. Boade. Mr. Knudson was born at Ellsworth. Iowa, and has lived near Armstrong for nearly 30 years About four years ago the Knudson family moved to Williams, where Mr. Knudson passed away. He is survived by his wife and six children, all of whom are very well known here. Kmplnjw* Mutunl disunity Co Insurance premium ____ '. -MO .ton ' 75!.'!fl 10 (W ,""•";;:• t , he ' al11 Lloyd Martin. i . *) n V! thf <llltc of " ol11 f| ne, conducted _ himself properly, rl'o..,'! 3 ' the , II " ar ' 1 of Supervisors In regular senalon assembled, tliat It be recommended to the Governor of the .•hi i, V f !M WU thllt the *ifiO.OO fine ""yd Mar',!',! ST'SSSU™' " 1P """ Algona, IOWM. this 13th d , » tj » us — — * fir nit, IUIN »y of September, A. n. 1937. Ayeaj W. K. McDonald, Chas rls, \\rn. Coagrove, Wm. Baun J. II. Prawr, • ««uu N«jr»: Nona. olnHnlT" 117 certlf ,V' 1 " t tbc Bbove «••i h «?"' "" ""• 13th llaT °f Sep- MilSSUri„?....• S'loj'lfil by the IJoanl of . of Ko.nuth d of County. Iowa. « * Seirtemu r, A. D. 1037 K. H. KINRBV. s ,„«•«•»««• Sullivan, pontage d,i duj w w » \\ telephone service Hallway Biprens Agency.' freight Kay I, Seli-hell. bounty Bancroft Register, printing lflO 0.02 Lowell Underbakke. "bounty ." "% .; *L "Pecht, mayor fees 14.00 f. .. ..V re *n, marshal fees .... -TOA O * \\ebiter. wltneiia feet Kniployera Mutual Casualty Insurance premium ... IluggarU and Waller, Co »-» printing , prnng Matt I'arrott and Noun Co.. nun- Pllea .......... '" pllea Koi-h Hrul bera.' ' ii'ip'pil',.',' ' .' ..... Hj "' ' 0IUP '' y ' »"I'|ille»"!: ,. . e " (u - Mii-lll u i» i. ' " u l'l'lll-» .. »A III" It Parsons, reporter fee (W.OO 7.60 Pr. No. 7 Hnrnld .1. Hppnn. labor 03 M) Standard Supply Co >iitinlit>« '*) 7« I>r. No. 70 ' Carl Kretis. Inbor 1.1.42 M W Smdlt. Inbor Pr IIK No 2 Ilnrold .1 Unpin. labor Vern Srhnltz. Inlmr .. Concrete Products Corn sup Northwestern Oil Co. suprillc Trnfford Soul. Inhor -,4 Iowa Culvert nnd Pipe Co. siip- piles 40 i" WK Xo ,-i.vsn • Rnffnln Center Lumber Co supplies 02 I'OOB Ftl.NH Pr McCrocry. med 48 no Mrs Web (Jlllcsple, cnrc .....': JMOO .! 11 Freeh, rnre 300 W I, Mnrtln. rent !.!!.'!" 1000 Herman Ilruns. Irnnsp . . nfiO Kmployers Miitunl Casualty Co. Insurnm-e prcrnlnm .. " "0'»S MAINTKNANfK FUND Northwestern Hell Telephone ( n, telephone service . 1771 Hallway Kxprcsi Agency, frt .. ToO Henry TJaden. Inbor Kjo Cnrl Krebs, labor :t'71 •I'M ':«»' 4.M8 n.«» A.40 104.10 I'onge wteci and Foundrv < o, supplies ' no TO Balhnoh Co. supplies 2101 Chicago Steel Tape Co. supplies UO.'OS lown Mnch- and Supply Co. anp- ^plles l,"i 38 Kelley How Thomson Coj siip- plles *>i 23 Central Plate* Klec Co,"]'lg'lit " ' service ] jj lown Union Tel^ Co."tVl'e"s'erv L-'oo Titonka Telephone Co. tele service ... 0 04 ,, ,, f-ONHTKlX-TION" Fl'lSli " »i M Hmltli, salary 24000 Don T Nugent, salary IsoOO John Frnscr, rortmnn 1)1.00 Milton McFndden, rodman ... 81.00 Arthur F Itaiim, labor 39 8B Kraployers Mutual Cm-unity Co Insurance premium 0607 Iowa Culvert and IMpe Co, supplies 5.17 gg Concrete Products Corp'.'s'up.'. no.00 Ilemlngtnn Hand Inc. xiipplles 18.81) HKSOLVF.P: That the Countv Auditor la authorised to Issue Warranta for hlllR rtllowed at this meeting "a« Per Schedule of Claims Hereinbefore Written." On motion Hoard adjourned "Sln« Pic." K. S. KINSHY. County Auditor. Phillips Petroleum Co, supplies Prntt Electric Co. supplies .. {. K I and Pnc Hy Co, freight Kleg Fort Dodge Co. supplies Sllgo Iron Store Co. supplies .'. Minneapolis Paper Co, supplies Swnney Oil Co, supplies .. Fort Podge Steel and Foundrv DOES HE SQUIRM ATTORNEYS AT LAW PHIL LEVANT His entertainers—His Orchestra all In person, as recently featured at the Bismarck Hotel, Chicago and heard nightly from WMAQ nnd the NBC network with George Wai. youthful, romantic tenor and Gretchcn Lee, vivacious song stylist Sun., Oct. 3 ARMORY BALLROOM Fort Dodge Coming; Jerry Gates. Sat., Oct. 2 Chester Feld, Wed., Oct. 6 Jack Crawford, Sat, Oct. 9 Al Menke, Sun., Oct. 10. GET HIM Jockey Y-FRONTS R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowsj HARRINGTON A I,OWE Rooms 212-14 First Nafl Bk. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA .1. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QDARTON H. W. iMIIAEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office ovrr Co, Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THKODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone Ml E. J. Van Ness O. W. Stlllman VAN NESS A STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kellj; SH1T3IWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone 68 ALGONA, IOWA H. W.POST Dray and Transfer • Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Injured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng »nd hauling, 33-tf «aacBgraa»a»a»ora^ • Squirmlng'i d«-!oY»ly in • hula girl— ditguittng in a man. If he (quirmi, w« uy gel him Coopeti Y-Front Und«w*» M»«culinli»d. No HCWM material to bunch upunder him. They ttt everywhere. This two-piece Y-Front underwear often many other advantage!. No buttons. Wears longer becauie upperi or lowers can be replaced teparately. Provides extra back protection. Will not bulk or bind. Malta outer clothet (It better. Y-Front opening convenient yet cannot gap. Gives energy-laving support. Buy him Y-Front Underwear by Cooperi. Let him enjoy the new comfort thousands of men, young and old, have found in thii new design. Price 50c and up per garment—according to fabric and model. HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-310 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa Sfrate Bank.BJdg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 315 ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dcc'd) a E. McMahoB L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, M'.HAHON A LINNAN Algona, Iowa Phone 281 Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS Vorinf fn Tout Stlfctlom i. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 3M ALGONA, IOWA C. II. CRETZMEYKR, M. D. SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Offfc"e "JoHiTGalBrilth Bldg. MELVTN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg Phones—Office 197 Res. 184 OSTEOPATHS MISBACH'S for MEN'S WEAR DR. S. W. .MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone I§I DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST « Located over Chrlstensen store Phone, Business 168, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA Prize Winners SEAL OF MINNESOTA DB. I* C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg Phone 313 Algona, Iowa UK. C. D. SCIIAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. O. WALKATH, D. D. S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office In Postoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, lows Congratulations to those women who, by usins Seal of Minnesota flour, won out against all comers at the local fair. Once again, this guaranteed flour has proved its All-Purpose baking qualities in open competition. The special Seal of Minnesota prizes have been awarded to the women whose names are shown below. We wish to express our appreciation to all who used Seal of Minnesota in their Bread and Angel Food Cakes as well as many of the other baked items on which fair awards were received, but which did not come into our special prize classifications. KAKL K. HOFFMAN DKNTIST Office In New Helse Bldg * 4 Refi - Phone lie KEAL ESTATE Ml HTA<iH 4 SON RKAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Uldg. Phone 106 Kossuth County Fair Prize Winners \VII1TK YEAST Ki:KAI> I 1 'irsl 1'i-ixc ,-f;1().(M) Mrs. Julius Baas, Algona Sect UK! I'rizc- -.$5.00 Mrs. Henry Kubly, LuVerne \\JI1TK I'NKKOSTKU ANUKI, I-OUI) t'AKK l''irst IYi/c Mrs. Frank Hofius, Algona PRIZE-WINNING BAKING Every Time WITH SEAL OF MINNESOTA FLOUR Whether you are competing lo< » fair pri« or for the ,ew«d of satisfying hung.y appetUes, you w.tl alway, be . winner with Seal of Minnesota. Better biking results are guaranteed-Uca-* Se 4 l.of Minnesota is especially milled for AJJ- rurpose baking. VfeTKHINAKIANS t'OX Si WINKKL Dr. r. W. F-,r Dr. J. 3. V.'inkrtl Oltic-e 22U West State Street Office Phone 475-W Rea 47S-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (500 sheets) which sell for 75c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex- c-ellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moioes SEALOF MINNESOTA FLOUR Aigoiia U pper Des Moines office fur partiuclars

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