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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Mbines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 7,1937 North East •* Kossuth Page BffT HAULING NOW UNDERWAY • t Herb Zielske, Bet Hatfleld and Reuben Green Are In Charge Ledyacd: The farmers started hauling beets Monday. Herb Zlel- ske is welghmaster, Ben Hatfleld, mechanic, Reuben Green, tareman and Howard Dyer Is'dump man at the beet dump. Mr. and Mrs. John Holt attended a family reunion at Rice Lake Sunday. MM. H. Gray, Jake and Dorothy Stubbe were In Algona Saturday on business. 'Hie Arnold Grays of Titonka were guests at the home of Mrs. H. Gray Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Clark of Fort Dodge were callers at the Reformed parsonage to spend an hour with Rev. and Mrs. Depplng. Claude Reece and Mrs. P. W. Tleece were called to Algona Saturday by the illness of Mrs. Reece's mother, Mrs. E. M. Sarchett. Sunday dinner guests at the E. F. Logemanns were: Henry Ploegers, Walter Logemanns, Fred Ploegers, John Johannsdns from Lone Rock, OrviUe Rubys from Bancroft and John Grot Johns and Miss Fern Grot- John from Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Jllmer Jacobson and son, Maynard of Tagus, North Dakota, visited from Friday to Sunday at the Edward Halverson home. On Sunday the Jacobsons and the Halversons visited at the Carl Halverson home at Rake. Mr. and Mrs. John Grotjohn and children and Fern Grotjohn of Schaller were visitors at the Fred Ploeger home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Grotjohn and children were visiting at the Walter I^ogemans. The ladles are sisters. On Thursday evening, Sept. 30, the Charles Basharas entertained the following guests In honor of Mr. Bashara's birthday, the Chester Johnson family, Ed and Fred Munyer and Eleanor Sanders. The Bashara family visited relatives at Armstrong Sunday. Double Wedding For Sister In Lakota Ritual Ledyard: A pretty double wedding was solemnized last Wednesday In St Paula Lutheran church in Lakota, when Irene and Elite Schwarz, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwarz were united In holy wedlock to John Wlbbon, son of Mr. and Mrs. CUus Wlbbon of and •on ^ Bhu Earth Minn. Rev. A. F. Boese performed the ceremony. Irene wa» attended by her sister, Freda Schwarz. John Wlbbon was attended by his twin brother, Garbrandt. Elsie was attended by Elsie Perslg. sister of the groom. The frroom was attended by Irvln Schwarz, brother of the bride. The brlde«malds carried arm bouquets of fall flowers. As the bell rang the couples marched to the church from the parsonage and into the church to "Oh Bless the House," through arches formed by the groomsmen and bridesmaids who remained standing In the aisles. Miss Anna Bauman wns nt the organ. During the services "I Love You Truly" and •Oh Promise Me" were sung by Irene Weringa and Orville Christ The couples went directly to Blue Earth to be photographed. After their return a two course wedding dinner was served at the Lutheran church to t» guests, by the parents of the brldeu, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwarz, Mr. and Mrs. John Wibbon will go directly to a farm about five miles south of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Persig will live in Blue Earth where he Is employe* at the canning factory. The good wishes of the community go wltt tbeae young couples for a long anc happy married life. Both girls are graduates of the school. Ledyard high MRS. LEY HOST TO MOTHER AT PARTY, FRIDAY Lakota: Mrs. W. E. Ley entertained 12 women Friday afternoon, in honor of her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, who has spent several months visiting relatives .here. The fternoon was spent visiting and ewing and lunch was served. The V. E. Ley family drove to Fort Dodge, Sunday taking with them >trs. Wheeler who will visit her aughter, Mrs. Albert Smith, here or two weeks and will then return o her home at St. Petersburg, Florda. BRITISH WARSHIP IN ITALIAN WATERS— Venice, Italy—The British flagship "London" enter- ng the harbor here recently. According to a newspaper report. Great Britain and France recently determined on force as the only protection left for their Mediterranean snipping after Italy and Germany Jointly had refused to attend "anti-piracy" conference In Switzerland, September 10th. Howard Andersons, Hebron, Are Parents Hebron: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson are the proud parents of a new baby boy born Monday, Sept. W. This Is the first child in the family. Mother and baby are getting along nicely. Gives Barn Dunce Quite a number attended the barn dance at the Oluf Fjetland new barn last Friday night. PROGRAM FRIDAY AT LEDYARD HI Forensic Board Sponsor of Event Scheduled For This Week Ledyard: On next Friday evening a program sponsored by the Forensic Board will be put on at the high school auditorium. The main feature will be a one act play, 'Kidnapping Betty." Other numbers will be: reading by Miss Arthur; solo by Mr. Morris; pantomime, tigh school students; dialogue, high school students; duet, Marjorie and Jean Gable. Admission charges will be 15 and 25 cents but pic and ce cream will be served free to all Olrl Injure* Ankle Luetta Gelhaus fell and sprained her ankle Sunday morning. She was taken to Dr. Egan's office in Bancroft for x-ray pictures as it was feared for a time it was broken. She was unable to be at work at Basharas, early in the week. The L. W. Welmersvflre driving a new Buick sedan. Miss Bernice Smith spent the week end at her home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark of Lakota visited at the Howard Jensen home Sunday. Mrs. L. W. Wlemer and Mrs. W. E. Wlemer and son were Elmore callers on Friday. Miss Joy Brown of Des Molnes came Friday with Dr. B. A. Story to visit at the Story borne. Lucille Byrum and Gene Griffith, teachers at Grant Center, visited at the Alfred Krammesmcier home on Saturday. Albert Kitley and Mabte and Dale of Hardy spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the Harold Griinner home. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey, Mrs. Martha Gable and daughters were Swea City callers Saturday evening. Mrs. J. G. Swartzell of Olin, who has been here visiting her daughter, Mrs. Elvin Carpenter, returned to her home Sunday. 'The Wm. Poppe family, Mrs. Mary Poppe and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome were Sunday guests at the Adolph Poppe home in Lakota. Mrs. Richard Zielske, Mrs. H. Jensen and Mrs. L. A. Nitz attended a farm bureau meeting at the McCarthy home in Bancroft Friday afternoon. George Hagge and Alice, Mrs. Arthur Zielske and children visited at the Hans Hendrickson home in Blue Earth and at the John Flcken and Victor Anderson homes in Guckeen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knoner drove to Hubbard, Sunday, and visited at the Wm. Brand home. Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner who have been there for over two weeks, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Welfare of Morris, Minn., visited Friday and Saturday at the homes of his brothers and sisters here at the J. H. and J T. Welfare homes and at the Lakota C. E. Elects Officers Lakota: Following are the new officers for the Senior Christian Endeavor: president, Margaret Schroeder; vice president, Calvin Ukena; secretary, Edwin Steenhard; treasurer, Paul Ukena; devotion chairman, Viola Thaves; recreational chairman, Marcella Thaves; extension chairman, Lola Schroeder; church service chair-1 man, Kathryn Berschmann; church activity and pianist, Elizabeth Rahmstock; corresponding secretary, Gertrude Wortman. These officers make up the executive committee. CANCER LECTURE FRIDAY, TTTONKA Free At Tyke Theatre at 2P.M.; Sponsored By Women Mrs. Holcomb Is Elected Chairman Lakota: Ledyard township project women met with Mrs. Albert McCarty Friday afternoon with the Mesdames Ted Wallentine, George Wallentine and C. O. Peterson as assistant hostesses. A good crowd was out and the following officers were elected: chairman, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb; vice president, Mrs. J. E. Telcamp; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. George Wallentine; news reporter, Mrs. Ray Winter. Lucile Pepoon, H. D. A., gave a talk on organization. GRANT TWP. MAN OF 90, BURIED Charles Farrow Survived By Son and Daughter of Grant Twp. Ti tonka i Dr. W. T. Davidson of the Park hospital clinic of Mason City, will deliver a lecture on "Facts and Fallacies about Cnacer' in an effort to educate the public in the prevention of this dread disease. The lecture will be delivered at the Tyke Theatre Friday, Oct 8th at 2 p. m., and is free to every Interested person. There is no charge in any way as this free lecture is made possible through the cash donations and cooperation o! the different local organizations anc the Tyke Theatre, working with the Woman's Field Army in 7 Cancer Research. George Looft and homes. Albert West 314 at Service Lakota: The Presbyterian church observed World Wide Communion Sunday and 3H attended the morning service. Several families from out of town came in response to cards which were mailed to every member and it proved a very inspirational service. Annie Loose assisted Mrs. Adrian Hauskin a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Larson spent last week in northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. All of Carl Anderson's neighbors helped him shingle his new corn crib last Monday. Oscar Frandlu and family were Sunday dinner gueata of her moth- Mrs. C. O. Legried. Mr. and Mrs. Nordabl Matson and family spent Sunday evening at the Oscar Fran dies. Mrs. Gust Nelson has been assisting at the home of Mrs. Nels Twalt for a couple of weeks. Ernest Thompson has been under the weather for a few days. He has been entertaining the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale were dinner guests at the Joe Olson home last Friday. A miscellaneous shower was given last Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Steiner at the Hilmer Limning*. Mrs. Joe Sandum and Glennls and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Ordale spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Gertie Boehm. Mr and Mrs. Lennis Quam of Frost, Minn., spent Wednesday night with hi* «Uter, Mm. Otis Mid- Utuo and family- Hebron News .Johanna Osland moved back^ti: the old home farm Oct. 1st. She has been living in Hake for the past year and a half. Mr. and Mrs. Goodmansou who have been living on the Krosh eighty, moved October 1st to a place IB mile west of Rake. Mrs. S. S. Mlchaelson of Deli is staying at the home of her sister Mrs. Hannah Thompson and helping to cure for the new baby. Mr and Mrs. George Smith auto- ed to Cherokee last Tuesday to visit their son, Peter who is at the hospital. They returned the same day. Mrs. Hip Blondim was given a miscellaneous shower at her sister's home, Mrs. Christ Berg, last Friday. She received many beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. GUmer Jacobson of Tagus, N. D., are visiting relatives in this-community. Mrs. Jacobson was formerly Minnie Halverson and lived with her parents on the place where George Smith now lives some 90 years ago. Grant: Funeral services were held Friday afternoon for Charles Farrow, at the home of his son, , David Farrow. Mr. Farrow was ( 90 years, five months old nt the time of his death, much of his life hav- ng been spent in this vicinity. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Earl Richardson and one son, Davd, both of Grant township, besides a host of grandchildren, great- grandchildren and friends. Floyd Colwell and children visited Sunday at the Janet Colwell home in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson visited Friday evening at the Marvin Baum home in Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilland and daughter of Swea City visited Sunday at the Ely Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Speicher and children visited Sunday at the Mrs. H. A. Jennings home at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and family visited Sunday evening at the John Karls home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tokheim and children visited Sunday at the Sam Tokheim home in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Selberg and children of Swea City visited Sunday afternoon at the Frank Boever home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taft and Ward Taft of Fairmont, Minn., visited Friday at the Wm. Speicher home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Read and Read of Lyle, Minn., visited Wednesday evening at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielsk* and sons, Dean and Arden spent the week end at the Raymond Wilco:t home in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and daughters. Mildred and Wanda, were Sunday dinner guests at the John Patterson home Sunday. Mrs. Tom Kowell of St. Joe came Sunday to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Selberg. She plans to remain until Wednesday night. The Ed, Lou, Fred, Marvin and Elmer Junkermeiers of Ledyard und Ralph Mathews of Sioux Rapids were Sunday dinner guesU at the Henry Selberg home. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson visited Friday afternoon ut the John | Hall home in East Chain. Mr. Hall is in a critical condition, suffering from an abcess on the brain. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt and son, Clarence, accompanied Leigh Caslleman of Spirit Lake to Waterloo Friday, where they spent the week end at the Paul Bergrens. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Skaggs of Sherburn, Minn., spent the week end at the Walter Engstrom home. Mrs. Henry Skaggs and son, Harry of Sherburn, also visited at the Engstrom home Sunday. , Swea Tjensvold and daughters, Mildred and Ardys, spent the week end visiting relatives and friends near Williams and Ellsworth. Mra, Clausen of Ellsworth returned with them to keep house for the Tjeus- volds. New Building Started The Hamilton Hatchery started the excavation of the basement in the erection of the Hamilton Hatchery building on the location known as the Gilbert Nelson lots Efficient machinery and men an making quick work. Lee O. Wolfe and Ubbe Winte returned Friday from a fishing tri into northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prewltt o Forest City spent Sunday at th parental Lee O. Wolfe home. Mr^and Mrs. Floyd Lltcheixberg er, KSnawha were attending to bus tness in Titonka Monday afternoon Mrs. Lester Prewltt of Fores City is spending a few days th week at the parental Lee O. Wolf home. Mrs. Clarence Mechler Is assist ing at the French Lumber Co. ol flee as bookcepcr for a couple c weeks. % Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Hove an children left early Saturday morn ing for Ackley, where they visite relatives until Monday. James Winter of Gilmore City Mr. and Mrs. Nels Benjamin, son Gene and Frederick and daughter Ardith Ann were Sunday guests a the W. J. Denton home. Ernest Petersen, Eric Petersc and son, Woodrow, were anglers en gaging in this sport at Rutland Sunday morning, reporting a fin catch. Why go to Minnesota? Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson an children visited Sunday with re] atives at Albert Lea. returning vi Crystal Lake where they purchase vegetables for winter consumption Open house was held at the Geo Bonacker home Monday afternoon honcfing Mrs. Bonacker's birthday Many friends and relatives calle to remind her of happy days t come. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young, an their daughter, Wanda, were bus iness callers in Mason City Satur day morning, and in the afternoo were guests of relatives and friends in Forest City. Miss Mable Wandling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wandling, former residents of Titonka and vicinity, now of Buffalo, Mo., returned here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Krull for a few weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Frank Fisher and children went to Monona Saturday to visit at the home of her sister, who is very ill, and to bring home with her the two youngest children to eare for during their mother's illness Mrs. Fisher reports her sister is making little or no improvement, suffering with a heart anaction. Monday afternoon at the Craven home, Mrs. M. S. Craven and Mrs. Martin Bleich were co-hostesses in a farewell party and handkerchief shower honoring Mrs. V. G. Pendergast, who is leaving soon to spend the winter in the south. Bridge was the diversion for the afternoon, followed by a delicious lunch. Grady Smith, local barber, \vas> called by telegram to Buffalo, Kansas, by the sudden death of his brother, and left immediately accompanied by Mra. Smith, driving to Holland, Iowa, where they joined other relatives and going on to Buffalo, Kansas, to attend the funeral. This is the second brother to pass away within a. couple of months. Druggist W. J. Denton has on display in one of his windows several pictures in colors of the many and various kinds of ducks, which seems to be curiously interesting to many, judging from the number gathered about the window. It must be that most of these men are interesting in "knowing their Cetenrat** Birthday A birthday celebration was held t the Emory Smiths Sunday. Rlch- rd Smith was four years old and 'anice Ray Hagge was one year old. The guests were the Ray Estles, Ledyard. the Otto Koppens, Lakota, the Roy Farrtngton's Montgomery, and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Lakita, besides the parents, the Emory Smiths and the Edward Hagges. Several couples from here attend- 3 the Joint Legion and Auxiliary meeting at the club house in Algona Thursday evening. Mrs. Dave Friets and Mrs. R. Zielske honored Irene Schwarz at a miscellaneous shower a week ago [Tiursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Freeark and son of Clear Lake visited the Geo. Edwards and attended the Pres- >yterlan church Sunday. Arthur Baum, who was critically II following an operation for appendicitis at the Buffalo Center lospital last week, is reported recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thaves and family, Burt, came Sunday to attend Presbyterian church services and ;o visit his sisters, Emma and Louise Thaves. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hanson and family of Crystal Lake visited at the Louis Hansons Sunday, Sept. 26. Mrs. Harvey Hanson is a niece of Mrs. Louis Hanson. Mrs. Charles Lewis, Sr., enjoyed a birthday party Saturday afternoon In the form of open house from 3 to 5 o'clock. Many visitors called and she recevied some lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and daughter, Arllss spent the week end visiting at Waterloo, Eldora and New Providence. Mrs. Jerry Heetland took care of the twins, Fanchon and Fanstine, and little Rodney. Father Hyland, a missionary priest from New Orleans held meetings at the Catholic church In Buffalo Center every night last week closing Sunday night. Several of the families from this vicinity attended and report very interesting sermons. Mrs. J. H. Warburton returned on Friday night from Sioux City where she attended the annual N. W. Iowa conference and also visited at the Rev F. O. Johnson home at An* thon. Iowa. Mrs. Warburton was reserve lay delegate for Lakotn, and attended the lay and united ses sions. Burt Club Women Open Year's Work Burt: The Woman's Club opened its year's work with its nnnunl flvc o'clock ten, which \vns held ut the home of Mrs. A. H. Monday evening. Following the tea a business meeting wns held. Greetings were given by the now president. Mrs. Al Stenhle and n preview of the year's program wns given by Ruth Hodgson, chairman of the program committee. The topic for this year's study is to be "These United States." Officers for this year are Mrs. Al Stcahle, president; Mrs. O. H. Graham, vice president: Mrs. Helen Peters, secretary: and Mrs. .1. W. Dorrancc, treasurer. The club has R membership this year of 31. There are four new members. Mrs. Glenn Anderson. Mrs. J. M. Dpms, Mrs. C. W. Patterson and Mrs. Thoburn Speicher. Mrs. Goodnow Birthday Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodnow, Gerald, Roger and Arvllia, and Arvllla, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Benner and sort, Burton, all of Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp and family of Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their parents, the Eli Goodnows, where they observed Mrs. Goodnow's birthday anniversary. During the afternoon other callers included Mr. and Mrs. Fairfield Dean and Darlene. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean, Walter Highwood, all of Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings of Wesley. Marcella Koppen Guest At Shower Lakota: A post nuptial shower was given Thursday evening at the Gust Koppen home honoring their daughter. Marcella, who was married to Merrill Wcsterland several weeks ago. About 60 guestH were present and many wrote recipes for the use of the bride. The rest of the evening was spent visiting and watching the honoree open her many packages. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs Westerland will make their home in Bricelyn, Minn. Hairbows, Overalls For Ledyard Frosh Ledyard: Friday was freshman initiation day. The freshman boyi appeared at school in dresses anc halrbows and the girls in overalls In the afternoon a rather impromptu program was given and the day end ed with a big party at night a which real initiation rites were in dulged in. Lunch was served by the sophomores and the freshmen departed a real part of the Ledyard high school. DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? TODAY'S HOT TIP 'Own Your Own Home' A. straight mortgage seems like in easy way out when you start, but constant renewals, fees and Interest costs will make you wish that you had chosen OUR AMORTIZED HOME LOAN PLAN Algona Federal Sayings & Loan Association R. J. Harrington J. D. IX»W» HARRINGTON ft 1A>WB nooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bid*. ALGONA. IOWA i. I* BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW W. B. QUARTON H. W. MHJLJB» ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldfe, Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HtJTCHBKWf ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone an E. J. Van Ness O. W. Stilton* VAN NESS ft 8-HLLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. KeUf 8HUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone M ALGONA, IOWA "Sharp Stomach Fains Upset My Whole System' Neutraltie Irritating scalds will Aclla Tablets. Help to prevent i sore, Inflmod stomach, yet eat wlia you want Adla. gives relief or your money back. Says E. Hentges: "I tried a $1.26 bottle (tl.ree weeks' treatment) of Adla Tablets under your guarantee. Now the pains are gone and I eat anything." —E. W. Lusby. Druggist. HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-810 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 Read The Want Ada—It Pav* Get The Combination Habit ! It's Thrifty ! 2 for 1 - For 52c Football, Friday Oct. 15 Webster City vs Algona Ticket to complete show at Call After the game, See Dick Powell and Fred Waring's Penn- sylvariians in "Varsity Show." Tickets on sale at theatre, high school or gate P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa SIrate Bank Bid*. Office Phone 460-J Re*. MB ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahoa L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, M'MAIION ft LINNAN Algona, Iowa Phone 981 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS ITS THE PURER /^-VEGETABLE SHORTENING MAKES FRIED fOODS CRISP- DJGKTlBlf N o WONDER Spry is so different from ordinary shortenings. It's made in a brand-new plant by new and improved methods no other shortening manufacturer uses. Spry is whiter, smoother, creamier,purer. It's ALL-vegetable,not an atom of animal fat. Creams easier, makes baked and fried foods doubly de See for yourself. Get S|>rv t'ldav. Approved by Good lloiisekf-,"nij> Bureau. 14k. l Operated Upon Lakota: Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards, was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital recently where Dr. Williams operated for appendicitis and she is reported as recovering. Visit Near Lakota Lakota: A group of friends from the Prairie Center Mt-thodist church near Britt spent Sunday with the Louis Hansons, when; all enjoyed u picnic dinner. The Hansons attended the church before coming to u farm near Lukota. ducks" preparatory to opening day of hunting for ducks Saturday, Oct. 9th. Mr. and Mrs. John Vogt of Winnebago, visited at the John Cassein home Sunday. Notice of Probate of Will State of Iowa, Kossuth County, as. No. 4300 in District Court, September Term. l'J37. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the lust Will and Testament of John H. Heirt, Deceased, dated January 14. 193f>, having been this day liled. opened and read, Tuesday the 2tilh day of October, 1937. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of aald deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 29, 1837 KATHARINE Me EVOY. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Attorney 39-41 • When you install a Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Burner, your fuel bills go down —not up. And they stay duwn — year after year. Here is the only type of automatic beat that costs less than hand firing. Let us prove ic to you. Phone us now. Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Burner (BIN FEED TYfC) No coal shieling— NONE. NO DUST. Instillation requires oaljr « few hour J. No extra* to buy. Slipi into the furnace you now bare: Gets more heat out of chcapcc grades of coal. Investigate! Anderson Grain & Coal Go. Phone 308 Milwaukee Tracks J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone BM ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYCB, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over Post Office Bid*. Phones—Office 197 Res. IM OSTEOPATHS DR. 8."~W. MEYER Osteopnthlc Physician General Practice Special attention frlven to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and ruptare. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS Dlt. II. Al. OLSON DENTIST Located over Christensen store / Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, ICWA DR. U C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iow« DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone US Res. Phone 174 Algona, lowm OEO. D. WALHATH, D. D. B. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Poatoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, low* KARL R, HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone llfl REAL ESTATE MURTAGH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Qulnby Bldg. Phone 10* VETEiUNABIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. 3. Wink*! Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 476-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 arid will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moioes Algeria Upper Dea Moinea office for partruclara

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