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The Algona, Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 21,1938 TTTONKA PROUD OF NEW HOMES NOW COMPLETED Schutjer, Wilson, Peterson Places Were Recently Completed A residence was completed for J. E. Wilson in August and three other fine homes, and the fireproof building for the Hamilton Hatchery, costing $7,600 are other new improvements. Geo. L. Miller, Algona, was the contractor on the Schutjer and Peterson homes. Titonka Is having something of a building boom. In addition to the new $20,000 Ramsey Reform church, just completed north of Titonka, about $25,000 or more worth of other new building Is under way. Jerry Schutjer is the possessor of a new $8,500 home, seven rooms, brick construction, completed Sept 15. Elmer Peterson's new house, ' three-fourths of a mile south of Tttonka, was completed October 1, at a cosUflf some $5,000. It is five rooms and bath. Whittemore Bride Honored In Shower Whittemore:, *A surprise miscellaneous shower was held at the horns of Mrs. William Berninghaus Tuesday afternoon In honor of Miss Malinda Ruhnke. There were about 35 present. Games were played. Miss Ruhnke received many beautiful as well as useful gifts. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the afternoon's entertainment. Hostesses were Mrs. Adolph Pertl, Mrs. Will Lauck, Mrs. Will Berninghaus and daughter, Margaret and Johanna. Joan Fleming Honored Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming received word one day this week that their daughter, Joan, was chosen to work during the hair dressers' convention held at the Hotel Sherman in Chicago from Monday until Thursday of this week. Joan was the only studeYit chosen from the Chicago Hairdressers' Academy, where she attended school in the past six months. Heikens Back Home Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Helken returned Thursday from Los Angeles, Calif ornla. They made the trip home in four days. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Berninghaus and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald drove to Fort Dodge ' Thursday, where Mr. Ostwald consulted an eye specialist. v Ferdinand Miller of Fenton and Mrs. Otto Bell of here, were sponsors for Ruth Edna, daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Alfred Bell, who was baptized at St. Paul's Lutheran ihurch here Sunday. H. W. Behnke and P. L. Jessen of here and William Schmiel of Letts Jreek left. Tuesday afternoon for forktown, where they attended the Lutheran school teachers' conference from Wednesday until Friday noon. 3 CUHHINGS New Things — Special Values Ladies Snuggles Vest-Pants each Ladies winter weight Rayon Plated Sose 25c pair Children's Knit Sleepers with feet 69c size 1 to 4 Misses'Pullover Sweaters all wool, long sleeves n.oo Boys' and Girls' Leather Mittens warm fleece-lined 39c parr New Pepperal Print Dresses. n.oo Ladies' Suede Belts wide, narrow, all colors IQc 25c Tailored Rayon Slips 59c - sizes !M to 44 Flash Sewing Thread 40-5<M)(), white-black 2c spool Ladies' Gloves Suede-silk-knit 29c ,„ 79c Boys' All Wool Sweaters size 28-'.Ui, zipper top n.oo New Smocks all sizes and colors n.oo Boys' and Girls' % Socks plain colors, fancy *•"* pair Children's Hose fine combed cotton 98 PRESENT AT SUNDAY SESSION LUVERNECHURCH Evangelical Rally Draws Young Folks From Five Towns LuVerhe: In spite of disagreeable wea'her there were about sixty young people from the Evangelical churches of Pomeroy, Paton, Boxholm, Port Dodge and Renwick, who atteided the Young People's rally held at the local Evangelical church, Sunday afternoon and evenftig. The main talk of the afternoon was given by the Rev. J. S. Dietrich, Waterloo, who told of his experiences as a missionary in the mountains of Kentucky. The local society served a supper to the group at the community hall and re-aa- sembled at the church at seven p. m. Glorine Stevens led the lesson study of the evening. Special music was given by a chorus of twelve young men from Paton. Ninety- eight registered at the afternoon session. Sherman Shiners 15c pair Men's Lined Leather Gloves 'LOO pair GEO.LARSENS DINNER HOSTS Other News From Portland Township and Vicinity Portland: Sunday dinner guests at the Oeo. Larsen home were: Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Johnson, Jewell; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Nelson and son Waterloo, also the Jim Shipler family. The new bridegroom, Stanley Larsen, was also home and took his bride, Kathryn Keith, back to Waterloo, where they will live. Mrs. Geo. Larsen spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Will Grover. The Portland Peppy Pals met at the Ivan Long home Saturday. Mrs G. O. McFarland was also there. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Douglas, Mi not, N. D., Mrs. Jake Winkel and Frances, also the Bob Harvey fam ily, Union township, were Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Zankes The Lawrence and Geo. Winke families joined these guests in the afternoon and all enjoyed a suppe; with the Zankes. ,. 4 * • -T* •fr-*'*' The Sherman Shiners met Satur- ay afternoon at the home of La- onne and Doris Sankey at Galraith. At this meeting the moth- rs were guests and there were 28 n all attending. Lucille Pepoon, he home demonstration agent, was resent and gave a talk. Velma iowman gave the health talk, Dorthy Downing gave the courtesy alk and Kathleen McCIellan sang solo. Lavonne Sankey had charge f the games during the social lour. Plans were made for a mas- uerade Hallowe'en party on Oct. 0. The next regular meeting will e Nov. 13, and election of officers will be held. Arnold Sanders spent Sunday at he Otis Sanders, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede, Mrs. Alex Evans spent Tuesday in Des rlolnes. Mrs. S. E. Smith, Minneapolis, is isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Albert Lau Sunday. They now have wo sons and one daughter. The Kelsey Burtls family attended the funeral of Mrs. Burtis' father, John Seip, at Bancroft, Friday. Rev. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Mrs. Drusle Noble spent Monday at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson an< children spent Sunday at Game with Mrs. Thompson's parents. The Sexton Ladles Aid clearec $76 at their annual chicken suppe and bazaar last Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and children spent Sunday at the horn of Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. Grace Green, near LuVerne. Helen Paetz, teacher at th Draegw school will have a program and pie social in the communlt room o fthe new Plum Creek cents school, Friday evening, Oct. 22. MENU Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes, Gravy Esralloped Corn Cabbage Salad Rolls, Pickles, Jelly Pumpkin Pie Whipped Cream Coffee Place, Baptist Church Time, Tues. Oct. 26 Serving begins at 5:30 accompanied them home to spend Sunday. Mrs. August RelSener of Sheboygan, Wl»., came here last Friday, Oct. 15, to visit at the Herman Reisner home and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Herman Relsener and Mrs. Aug. Relsener are sisters. 0 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb and son, Duane, were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Emil Bierstedt home at Fenton. Other visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn of Fairville and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck of Whittemore. Farm Women In Session Tuesday At Harner Home Swea-Eagle Twp.;. faie women's home project training school for Swea and Harrison townships was held at the home of Mrs. Geo. Harner, Swea township, Tuesday, Oct. 19. This was the first lesson, "Home Made Play Equipment" and included the making of both toys and gifts. The toys made consisted of a child's peg board and spools painted in bright colors and dolls made of rockford socks. Miss Lucille Pepoon, county home demonstration agent, gave the lesson and interesting talk on constructive toys for children. The meeting asted from 10 to 4 with a pot luck uncheon at noon. The meeting was well attended. < Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jenson attend- d the corn husking contest at Ring- ted last Friday. Freda Bergeson, who teaches at Newell, Iowa, spent the week end at the home of her father, Albin Jergeson. Grace Berg, who underwent an operation at the General hospital, 3es Moines, ten days ago, returned home last Thursday. MR. & MRS. FRED GENRICH, LONE ROCK, HA VE25TH ANNIVERSARY and Mrs. E. E. Hancock Wrs. Harry Von Draska and Mrs [rvin Chapman aftended o. Pres byterian rally at Burt, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wnlyter Wohlwend Seventeen, Ohio, arrived Sunday for n few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Henry Kubly and husband. Delbert Vessel, Colfax, visited at the William Guy home from Thursday to Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Keipp, Waterloo were guests of the Gvy» over Sunday. Mrs. R. E. Morgan Cresco Club Host South Cresco: Mrs. R. E. Morgan was hostess to the Mothers and Daughters club, Wednesday afternoon of last week, with 24 members present. Guests were Miss Robison of Fargo, N. D., Mrs. George Bell of Jamestown, N. D., and Mesdames H. E. Morgan and Delmar Angus of Algona. Mrs. O. S. Moore gave a report ol the county federation meeting held at Burt recently, and Mrs. B. F. Sparks spoke on her trip to Florida. Mrs. Gordon Wooster sang two solos. The next meeting will be held Oct. 30th, in the evening, at the church, with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser as host and hostess. A play is included on the program numbers for this meeting. Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained Sunday in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Dinner guests were: M^s. Evelyn Earing, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, the Lawrence Newbroughs. the Rev. T. D. Arends family, Dorothy Walker, Eliza Roen, Mafnard, Lucille and Bernard G«nrich, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard of Des Moines, the Edward Blanchards of Irvington, the Delmar Angus family, and the Edward Genrlches. Algona, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hauck of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hauck of Llvermore, Geraldine Lemtng of Hampton, Mrs. Will Hillman, son Wilfred and daughter Evelyn, of Welcome, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Will Wetzel of Lotts Creek. A two coufse cafeteria dinner was served, after which the Rev. Arends gave an Interesting talk. Open house was held from 4:00 to 8:00 p. m. Guests were served Ice cream and cake. The guests included Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson, the Arthur Prfebes, and the Sheldon Straleys, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Genrich received a purse made up of silver coins and many gifts. Fred Flalg made a business trip o Mason City Friday. Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton, spent Sunday with Elma Krueger. Fred Flalg attended a Chevrolet dealers' convention at Des Moines Friday. The Leo Sahkeys, Britt, were Sunday evening guests at the Henry Kuecks. The I. W. Nelsons spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. H. J. Bacon in Algona. Melvin Hawks, who has been em- ployed at Thor, returned here List Thursday night. The Dick Jnnssens. Lnkntn. were last Friday evening guests at the Arend Neelands. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan. Algona, called Sunday afternoon on the W. J. Cottons. The M. O. Richards tinniiy were Sunday dinner guests at the Wrn. Bilsoorcmghs. Algona. Mr. and Mis. Lf.ster Simmons nnd baby, Waterloo, spent the week end at the Robert Ackermans. Gust Kraft and the Emli Krnfts spent Sunday evening at the Her- rrtan Reisners, Lotts Creek. The Delbert Geitzcnauers and Charles Hnwks spent Sunday nt he John Geitzenauers. Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker and son. Ellsworth, Oelwein. spent Sunday with Mrs. Hattie Sprank and amily. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson. FUngsted. were Sunday dinner fuests of the Eugene Pearsons and Wrs. John Dempsey. Mr. and Mrs. George Faush, Waterloo and Mrs. Russell Thompson and son, Jackie, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests of the Fred Wegen•s. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter and Mrs. Earl Dean, Fenton. attended the wedding of Melvin Heiter, son f of Thomas Heiter nt Rolfe last i Tuesday. I The Otis Sanders family had ns j Sunday dinner guests, the Arnold Sanders family. LuVerne. and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Sander? nnd son. Clyde, Swen City. The Merwin and i.y.e Marlow families were Sunday dinner guests at the Hugh Marlows. The Bern- jard Leepers, Swea City, were afternoon callers there. Mrs. F.rnest Fischer entertained I Snturday afternoon in honor of her laughter, Ueloris' llth birthday. At- tending were; Ruth Kraft, J«* Zwiefel, Marjorie Osborn and neth and Ardelle Fischer. Mrs Margaret Moser, Coles* and n Mr. Funk. Dyersville, * last Wednesday at the Bernard. sens. Sunday guests there were and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen, Sen* Bates Scott and Carl Kuejck. Sunday guests nt the James W« worths were Doris Madden and and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Mrs Harris Wndsworth r here Tuesday after a few days' with relatives at Amiret, Minn. Miss Kleta Flnl •t Ma»on City. 5 (pent Sunday e bad as bar guest the first of the week, Mr» George Kelly,\Newton. Miss Louise Luers spent the week end at her home at Keota. Miss Glorine Stevens, Sheffield, spent Saturday with her friend, Esther Merkle. She was a teaclier at Vernon consolidated school for several yeara before tMs fall when she went to Sheffield to teach. Myrtle Jordan, teacher at Irvington, went to Cedar Falls for the homecoming Saturday. She was accompanied by her nlec« and nephew, Jean and Billy Hardcopf. Another niece, Virgie Hardcopf, Is attending college at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Chas. Newel Guest of Honor Fenton: Mrs. Charles Newel was iven a surprise at her home, Sun- Ay afternoon, when a group of lades called to help her celebrate he,r birthday annlvenwry. Bridge wa* ilayed at flve tables with Mrs. Geo. entz winning the high score prize nd Mrs. Walter Jentz receiving a rlze for having a score nearest a riousand. Other guests were Mesdames Amos Finnestad, Walter Krause, Fred Jentz, Art Mueller, Delbert Hanna, W. V. Yager, F. H. Bohn, Clarence Wegener, Clarence Thees- eld, Everett Dreyer, A. J. Krause, William Hintr, E. K. Johnson and Mrs. Fred Jacob, the latter of Alona. Hostesses .were Mrs. G. B. ohnson and Mrs. E. J. Frank, who erved a two course lunch brought y the guests. Lotts Creek Hews The Wm. Lelningers were In Fenton Sunday afternoon on business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Herman Hintz home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Faulstich and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Wm. Bell home in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke und family were Sunday evening supper guests at the John Ruhnke home. Mr. and Mrs. Emi) Kraft a family of Lone Rock were Sunday evening visitors at the Herman Heisener home. Mr. and Mr*. Win. Maron from Dolliver visited Saturday afternoon at the Nick Gengler and Join Markgraf homes. Wrn. Bell and son, Edmond from West Bend were callers at the Lotts Creek store Saturday evening. VioU CUMMINGS A RECORD BREAKER IN SPEED and LUXURY THS MA«QUETT£ ...to CHICAGO Houn iwtex tkut previous train §cli»duJ»i,Th« Milwaukee Road'* MABQunn Mb n»w fUsd&id* oi tpeed with, comfort Every cw air-conditioned—*p»ciou« luxury-louaae oomchet; c«ie-p«lor-»ol«riujn c«r with cUniog car iervice. Delicious hot lunch^M for only SOI, djnaer 63*. Buflal service. Low iaiei on The Milwaukee Road make U cheaper than driving. Park your worries with your car at the nearett Milwaukee Head station stop and climb aboard a U»t Milwaukee Road bain. Dally 12.01 pm 12:36 pm 12:38 pa 100 pm 2:83 3:12 iw 1:24 PB 3.S2PB 4. 15 pa 4;43pa 11:28 pa ll:S7pa 12:80 *m 1:22 U> 2:40 W 2:48 «m •3:08 M> 3:20 u 3:87 «a .4:23 Ml S.OOM Lr. N.w . C*llMf Lv. Lv. L*. Li. U. ~~~W*<&i»~ IT. Be«olwl L». Lou* Book At. lluonwil* Ai. MadUoa Ai. Ai. It. Ai. At. Ai. Ai. Ai. Ai. Ai. LT. Li. 4.23 tm 3:43 u. 3:16 MI 2:21 «a 1:88 ut 1:00 MB 1243am .12:23 Ml 1X11 Ml 11:33 pm .11:11 pa 10:48 pm Dally 0:2Ou> 8:31 Ml 8*1 Ml 7:13 Ml 6:33 Mi 9:30 Ml U HUMBOLDT-K08BCTH JOINT DRAIN NO. 2 Humboldt County Boiiril of Snp- prvlom inpt with the Kossnth, County Hoanl of Supervisors, with the following members present: llurabolilt County, Bootheroyil. Nnverutl, Wler, Huff man. and Sawyer: Kossuth County. McDonald. Frazer, llnum. Cosjcnive, and Morris. Motion by McDonald and 2nd by Hootheroyd that HaveruOe ac-t us Chairman. A.ven: All. Motion by Bootheroyd and 2nd by Morrln that Klosey, County Auditor, act as Secretary. Ayes: All. The minutes of the Inut Joint meet- were read na renneMetl by the 'halrman. „ „ Motion by Morris imd 2nd by Huffan that the minutes uf the last leetlng be approved as read. Ayes: Motion by Dnothcroyd and 2nd by Icponald 'that Charles Chubb, en- cliwer. IIP appointed to make a prc- Imlnarv mirvey to relay tile or deep- n mild' ditch to afford sufficient out c(, fivr llw liind Included In upper eml >f drain District H. K. Joint No. 2. I'M* survey Includes that part of Iraln from the old Hulkhenrt to tuc roml north between (Section 17 ana W. The c'ost of the repairs not to eiceed 10 per cent of original assessment. A.ven: All. Nays: None. Ily vote Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and Jnrt by Hootberoyd that n «w Bulkhead be constructed In II. K. Joint Drain No 2 to replace tbe old Bulkhead tha ce» UNION NEWS was waited out. Aje«: All. M Motion by Sawyer and 2nd bjr Mor tU that the final «tlm«te at John 8 B*fd«l for W087.66 be «pr;that tb« bond cowtnr J* be relea-ed. numbold- .__ am eontrae M.8 per c*n KoKsnth 45.2 «f cstlinutp or *NI02.0:i. -. per cent or tlSOT.. «2. Ayes: All. Motion by Huffman and 2nd by Baiim that there being no further Blm-HS the Joint Board adjourn. i'x: All. Lewis Saverud. Chairman. E. 8. Kln«ey, Secretary DANCE \ The V. F. W. Hall Algonn, Iowa Sat. Oct. 23 Arlo Martin and his Orchestra Kig Carliiviil Dance Sat. Oct. 30 Rhythm Club Orchestra il yours, every hour of the day, it you have a Sun Flame Oil Burning Heater. No dirty fuel or ashes to contend with—no "stove tending"— no fuss and bother. Clean, healthful heat—and at a lower fuel cost than you've thought possible. SunFlcuiu Oil Burning Heater Kohlhaas & Spilles 6*e toe mm Flame Heater now. Get full detail*. We have a model to «ult your oeedt, FARMERS We are in tin' market at all times with top prices fur EAR CORN, SHELLED CORN, SOY) BEANS, BARLEY, OATS Farmers Elevator Company Plione :MiF1 K. L. Ki-i«l, MKI-. Hobnrton There Is No Substitute for a Farmers Elevator 42-43-44 Louis Bode was at Garner Tuesday of this week. Will Drayton, son-in-law of Will Rich, is driving a new Chevrolet. Donald Gardner is picking corn with his 2-row picker for Ms uncle )eLos Gardner. Mr. Beisch from near Sexton it helping during the corn picking season at the N. J. Krieps farm. Charles Bollig and his Bister, Anta Hollig of Com/rey, Minn., were recent visitors ut the Kmil Stoffe lome. Anthony Stoffel has accepted >i position in the Al Staehle hardware btore ut Hurt during Mr. Sluehlc's illness. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould entertained al U:30 dinner Sunday. Those endinH were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Biitlcrh'eld and son. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butterheld and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould and son, Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker were guests at dinner Monday evening at Hie Clarence Kramer home. Miss Eileen Phillips and her friend of Owatonna, Minn., spent the week end at the Kramer home. Miss Phillips and Mesiiames Kramer and Becker are sisters. Sunday a family get together was held at the Joe Zanke home east of Burt in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Will Douglas (Emma Zarifce) who, are here on a visit. Present were Mrs. Mame Winkel and daughter, Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winkel and family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey and family, Union. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4303 In District Court, September Term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Joseph Rahm, Deceased, dated November 9, 1931, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday, the 2nd day of November, 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 said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 4, 1937. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. attys. . 40-42 PROTECT your Car for Winter. We recommend WINTER FLO tho NEW odorless a nt i-frcezc, is cheaper than alcohol, muck- by the nuikers of PRESTONE. PKESTONE, the best anti-freeze known, at regular prices. CHANGE GREASE in TRANSMISSION and DIFFERENTIAL to winter grades makes SHIFTING easy and PROTECTS. WE WILL CALL FOR AND RETURN YOUR CAR PHONE 391 HOENK MOTOR SERVICE H. L. HOENK West of Court House Phone 391, Algona, la. WWWWWIA rt/WVWWWVWWVWWWWW LONE BOOK NEWS „ Sufferers ,of ftMAdf ULCERS HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE W1LLABD TREATMENT ha* brougUl prompt, definite relief In tbousondi of cues of Stonucli and Duodenal Utcm. due U> Hy»«r>cM- Ity. and oiner form* of Stomach Du- Ircii due to Eicai Acid. SOLO ON U DAYS TBIAL. For comuleta informal inn. read "WHUrd'i MMM»> •I IWtof." Aik tot It-hw-tl A. H. BOKCHABDT fc. ft ""I- MILWAUKEE], •QUifMKNTl Th» SIOUX — pompUul, Thirnfj*? rtiTiHir^ T*—*~ " ~~ i..—— i—.. QUI vf jfn ndJT and bi__ low priced m««U i» Hi* dioUm car Me. >0<-33—Au-con^iUoaxi. SUad«j **. Club auudliuf For {urthM InlwroaUon, r»Mr»i»Hon« ttni Uefccto m joui lawl aguU. ,9/H' MILWAUKEE ROAD Mrs. D. W. Furnau and daughters spent the past week at the H. C. Collins home, in Chapin. Mrs. Collins is a sister ol Mrs. Furmiu. Mr. Furnau drove there Sunday, all attending tbe wedding of Carlotta Collins to Howard Philpot. The uewlywedb returned here with the Purnaua for a visit. Mrs. W. C Heiter, Mrs. P. M. Christenson, Mrs. Will Christenson and Mrs. Charles Morris were Monday afternoon guests at the Mrs. Will Weisbrod's, Fenton. The oc- caalon was in honor of Mrs. John KUngelhofer and daughter, Mrs. Frank Raney of California, who are old friend* of the Lone Rock folk*. RUPTURE SHIELD EXPERT HEBE H. M- SHEVNAN, widely known expert of Chicago, will personally be at the- \V'ahkoiu>a Hott 1, Fort Dodge, TueMlay only, October 2t>, from « A. M. to 6 P. M. Mr. Shevnan says: The Zoetic Shield is a tremendous improvement over all former nittho<lK, effecting immediate results. U will not only hold Ui<i rupture j'erfectly b;;t increase the i:in ulation, '-.tii-ng- tlitru the wefiki-uetl j-iirts, t.-iertby closes the opening in ten iljys on the average case, regardless of heavy lifting, straining or any position the body may assume no matter the size or location. A nationally Unowu scientific method. No under straps or rumbervume arrangements and absolutely no medicines or medical treatments. Mr. Sheviuui will be glad to tK- ou»tru,te without cluirge. Add. frMl N. Richmond St. Chicago For IS years assistant to F. H Set-ley, famous rupture expert o; Chicago. OFFICAL NOTICE Social Security Registration ( I'Ydiu (We of Iowa— I,a\vs nf iTtli General Assembly) "lie It Enacted by tin- General Assembly of the State uf Iowa: Section 1 ... Any person \vlio is regisit-red under tbe Federal Social Security Act may have such record permanently recorded in the office of the county recorder, upon payment of a fee of twenty-five cents. There shall be kept in connection with such record an alphabetical index, referring to the name of the persoiiso registered under Federal Social Security Act." t WE ARE READY TO REGISTER YOUR NAME PERMANENTLY , — j — IN TIIM COUNTY RECORDS ... DO THIS NOW ... IT MAY MEAN DOLLARS IN THE FUTURE. J, L DOOLEY County Recorder \\\\ ( 'tiiirt House, Algona, Iowa. K.

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