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The Algona Upper Pea Motaas, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 85, 1937 DON THOMAS OF LUVERNE, GROOM In Double Wedding at Stratford, 13th of November Lu Verne: Mabel Cofer, Rippey and Donald Thomas, LuVerne, ant Dorothy Powell, Lehigh and Lloyc Long, Dayton, were married in a double wedding ceremony Nov. U flt the Methodist parsonage at Stratford by the Rev. Johnson, pastor of that church. Donald Thomas is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas of this place. He lived here with his parents, moving with them to Rippey, when he was a junior in high school. He has been employed here this summer. Swea Twp. Pupils Sponsored Social Swea-Eagle: The pupils of Sunnynook school district No. 7, with August Grenlin teacher held a basket social at the community hall last Monday evening. A very fine program was given and a fair crowd attended. The proceeds will go to ward equipment for the school. Ralph Walker went to Mason City last Friday and took the train to New Mexico where he will spen< a few weeks visiting a sister. Ed Bergeson received word las Sunday that his sister, Mrs. Chas Knutson of Little Falls, Minn., had passed away suddenly of hear trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergeson expect to leave later in the week for the funeral. Mrs. Knutson's two sons were up in northern Minnesota deer hunting and have not been located, but were expected home the middle of the week. The funeral will therefore be delayed until their return. School Program At Good Hope a Successful Event Good Hope: Tuesday evening o last week Mlsa Ellen Steussy anc the pupils of her school, District No S, presented a program at the Good Hope Community Room which pleased his audience more than any which has been presented there In many a day. The spontaneous ap plause was clear evidence of deserved appreciation. Participating were Letty and Betty Sarchett, William Kohl, Jimmie Bobble, Virginia and Patty Mlttag Jlmmle and Shirley Ann Harvey Ralph Taylor, Eldon Marty, Esther Will and Benlta Reid. Proceeds amounting to nearly $15 will be expended for the benefit of the school. Frances Sorenson who was out of school several days last week with and throat Infection was able to return to her school duties Monday. Saturday afternoon the girls of he 4-H club were entertained at a ruest day meeting at the D. C. Gardners. About 16 members and ruests with their leader. Veronica Jardner were present. The Rev. Earl Burgess, Algona, assisted Rev. Wood In the canvass or the Retired Preachers Perm- Rewrites Of Newi From L«rt Tuesday V Kottuth County Advance BARBARA HAGGARD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard of Algona, was painfully and seriously injured when an accident occurred near Carroll. Iowa, while she, in company with Ruby Turner and David Phillips, were returning Saturday afternoon from Council Bluffs. Th e two girls are high school debaters and Mr. Phillips Is their coach. A bump in the road jarred the latch on the car's door, partially opening It and Barbara went to close it. The door opened from the front, Instead of the back, and as she was used to the latter method, the wind caught the door and pulled the local girl from the car before she could catch herself. She was dropped to the gravel •oad, and suffered broken bones in >oth of her legs. The right leg is broken in the thigh, and the left one above the ankle. She wijl be confined to a hospital at Carrol un- II about Christmas time, when it s hoped she can return here for final recuperation. Miss Haggard 3 an outstanding student at the Igh school, and had been scheduled to play a piano accompaniment THE NEW 1938 ZENITH RADIOS Slay Be Purchased on Convenient Budget Plan at THOMAS Radio Service Irvington, Iowa Phone 12F12 Liberal Trade-In Allowance nent Fund at Good Hope last week I f to plays a , P' ano accompaniment Tuesday. Rev. Wood assisted the for a musical program, Sunday aft- Rev. W. L. Patterson at Titonk Monday of last week and the Re Burgess at Algona Tuesday of thi week in similar work. Infant Baptism At Lotts Creek Lotts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. ward .George of Armstrong their baby girl baptized Sunday a the Immanuel Lutheran church They named her Sandrad Jean. The sponsors were Mrs. Kenneth Boll inger and Delbert Geitzenauer. Mrs Edward George is better known as Marie Geitzenauer. Parish Night The Lotts Creek congregation had their first parish night Friday evening in the parochial school basement. They were entertained by the Little Germna band. Cards were played. Mrs. Fuerstenau won ligh prize, and Nick Gengler low. Martin Meyer won the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig left on 'uesday morning for Pasadena, Cal- fornia, where they will visit, a few lays. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Beverly and Bernlce Faye, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward were Sunday visitors at the Richard Potratz home. Compounded Dividends are Profits on Profits INSURED —^ -= — Save! Earn! Have! Our Current DIVIDEND Itato on SAVINGS SHAKE ACCOUNTS IS 1% IVr Annum The LIBERAL dividends credited to YOI'K savings share account are just as productive as the money you actually save here. You earn profits on profits, and BOTH jour savintrs and profits are AM> I'LY SKI.TKED by many modern homes. ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ALtiOXA : IOWA I i 1 I I i Oh, It's Chilly! Furnace Full Of Fire- But Not Heat ernoon. FTVE WERE INJURED Sunday night, when a car driven by Everett Bowman, Algona, crashed into a horse west of Sexton. The car struck the animal while traveling about 50 miles per hour. Bowman was cut, and injured by the steering wheel. Edward Johnson, with Ed Bowman, lost four teeth, and had a had cut on his lip that required 14 stitches to close. Leota Rifen suffered bad cuts on her leg, and Edward and Cecil Cook were also cut about the head. The horse was killed, and its owner so far has not been discovered. * • • SOIL CONSERVATION officers for Kossuth county for 1938 elected Monday were Robert Loss, Al- jona. chairman; G. D. Welhousen, Titonka. vice chairman; O. L. Thorson, Swea City, treasurer; W. J. 'rimml, Wesley, first alternate, and Dave Friets. Ledyard. second alternate. All officers were reel- icted. * * • ABOUT 350 unemployment cen- us cards had been turned in at he Algona post office, yesterday, ut of the 2,000 distributed. * • * DISTRICT P. T. A. will meet In ilgona next Tuesday, Nov. 30. Mrs. Irnest Craven, Titonka, is second ice president Registration will be- in at 9 a. m. in the high school udltorium. Milton Norton, Mrs. [arold Gilmore and SupL Laing are mong local folks on the program. Reservations for luncheon In the I Legion hall can be made with Mrs E. W. Evans. » • • R. C. WILSON, Ayrshire, report- a hit and run accident, Saturday night, to the sheriffs office. Wilson said his machine was struck head-on, the other car caroming from his machine while he rolled over twice in the ditch. He and his wife escaped with minor cuts. The accident happened east of Wesley. • • • Mm. ROBT. FORRESTER, wife of an ex-pastor of the local Methodist church, died Nov. 17 at Sioux City, friends here have been informed. • • • BITKETS OF WATER put cut a fire that started in a car belonging to Juliu.s Ferstl. on an Algona street. Saturday afternoon. Faulty wiring was blamed for the blaze. Some damage was aone. • • • (.KIDDKKS HONORED by athletic letters from the Algona high fci'hool. at the mothers' banquet on .Saturday were Captain Don Willas- son. Kenneth Lynk. Wm. Douglas, Harold Banv/art. Jack Long, Robert M-jckey. Jos. McNeil. Lyie Anderson. Junior Long. Roger Michel, I-ee Roy Lee. Clarence Devine, Robert Conklin. Wesley Schultz. Bruce Miller. Louis Neville and manager. Darreli Bruns. Lyie Anderson WHS elected captain of the team for next season. Party By Loser* For Winners at Sexton, Saturday Sexton: The Rainbow class of the Sexton Sunday School had a party at the home of Mrs. Harvey Stevens Saturday afternoon as the close of a contest. The ones that were absent during the period from Oct 1 until Nov. 14 entertained the perfect attending members. A tray lunch was served with the horn of plenty on each tray. The committee was Lois Fraser, Dorothea Paesley, Betty Miller, Phyllis Thompson and their teacher, Mrs. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Sr., were callers Sunday afternoon with the W. C. Taylors. Mrs. Mitchell and her daughter. Laura, Algona were Monday evening visitors at the Plumb home. Fred Plumb Is on the sick list at this writing and Is under the care of a doctor with stomach trouble, but was somewhat improved today. Arthur Olscn is spending some time at the home of his brother, Geo. near Burt, helping with the work as George had the misfortune to have two of his fingers taken off in a corn picker. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and children leave Wednesday morning for Saunamln to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Thompson's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Reddinger who is nearly BO years old. Mrs. Mary Brockman of Macon, Mo', Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman, of Sexton, and Carl Neuman started on Monday morning for Macon, Mo. where Mr. Neuman will make his home during the winter with his sister, Mrs. Brockman. Mr. and Mrs. John Benda of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the W. C. Taylor home. The Bendas moved to Humboldt last spring from Cambria where they were former friends of the Taylors when they lived near Cambria before moving to near Sexton. , Sunday visitors at the home "of Mrs. Mary Huff were her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner i nd family of Plum Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Huff and children of Algona. Mrs. Huff went home with her son, Ray and family to spend a few days with them. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Owns, Ruth Hodgson and K. J. smith and son, Richard, attended the musical entertainment at the Algona high school Sunday afternoon. William Elvidge, as has been-his custom for a number of years, celebrated his 82nd birthday Sunday by entertaining the C. B. Chlpmans, R. F. Elvidges and M. M. Chlpmans at an oyster supper. Henry Anderson, e( Mornlngslde college student, Spent Friday and Saturday here assisting in the corn drive, which was being made for the college. He was entertained at dinner at the B. W. Brooke and J. O. Isenberger homes. Mr. and Mrs. 'Wm. Spear, Elkton, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr, Austin, Minn., spent Sunday at the H. A. Salisbury home. Mrs. Spear is Mr. Salisbury's sister and Mrs. Parr Is a cousin. The Robert Ackermnns were also guests. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon and Mrs. Lois Trainer, Philip, S, D., were dinner guests last Friday at the F. L. Pratt home. In the afternoon Mrs. Pratt and her guests visited the Will Fish home in WJitttemore. Mr. Fish is ill with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Schemel, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher were supper guests Friday evening at the W. W. Boettcher home. Marilyn and Billie Boettcher went home with the Schemmels and visited them until Sunday when their parents went up and spent the day and brought them home. Gladys Bierstedt of Burt Bride at Bancroft, Saturday Burt: Gladys Bierstedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, was married Monday morning at ten o'clock to Richard O'Donnell son of Wm. O'Donnell. Lone Rock at the Bancroft rectory. Helen Fox. Bancroft, and John Long attended them. The newlyweds left for a honeymoon trip. They will be at home near Lone Rock. On 111.- father ur -(in often have vu doe> iiii! ma It hat home as n lii nn in In | Mlt V hi.- ( i. That'- 'ati-r ii. Sev,-,,V. H. DAMAGES OF S7.VJ were award- ii Dorothy Moore. Elrnore, in a listrirt court suit against J. M. and Jons Welfare nf Ledyard. The fj\ petition asked for $2,000 damages as ;i result of an ac-f.-id*nt. June 11, Ju'ige Davidson heard the case. A ('Aft C KASif on an i< y pave- Mitrit near Ktfjkuk, bruised hut did not :,enou.-,ly injure K it Smith and Kr.i. Walker of Swea City, and and AJr.i. Carl I'aetz. Sexton. Mr <i.-: reluii.m;; from a tri|i to was badly dam- Tr.r. '-•vc-r. It did V.I . u,, •lit V I, I ) i 1 1 nn oil 1-. ||U\V t winter da if \vati-i iat iIn- v will r day. N A.M.KV H(M,iS. H..: I . ' . 1 1 i I <'!. ' Ii C' ll ,'l ii -,y.-i!' nf 4<; or 50 of ••aimed to at- i ho 'fos.ied a. slowly while or wolves are !•-• Ui'.-;n surly. Raise $45 In Drive The annual Red Cross canvass was made here last Saturday afternoon by eleven high school girls, who collected $45 and some amounts wer e promised in addition to this. Mrs. I. W. Hansen is confined to her bed with a severe cold. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith will entertain the birthday circle Friday afternoon. Frances Vaughn and Ben Stewart visited Miss Vaughn's home at Rolfe Sunday. Mrs. G. C. Giddlngs and son. Bobby visited at the Robert Ward home at Wesley Sunday. Kugenia Mae Kricthe spent the week end at home. She is a student at Drake University. i'. II. Ortman and son. Ronald and G. E. Brace were business visitors at Spencer Saturday. Marilda I'ratt. who teaches at (tunnels, will spend the Thanksgiv- inj,' week end at her home here, Hertha Daniels and Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Titonku, .spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. Carrie Taylor in Algona. The G. E. Braces, Letha Mann and LeRriy Lee were Sunday dinner guests at the Seldon Straley home in Kenton. The. Hev. and Mrs. Cyril McNary, Karnrar will be Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Hev. Thonurn Siieichei home. The Leonard Heerdts were Sunday dinner guests at the Einer Han- .ien home in Estherville. Mrs. Heerdt and Mrs. Hansen are sisters. Henry Thompson, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. C. H. Blossom, since last summer, left on Tuesday for his home in California. Mis Carrie AcUerman. Tom Trainer and Mrs. Lois Trainer of I'nillii'. S. D, sjjent the week end at Ihe Ii K Trainer home at Kanawha. Doan Aid Clears $20 From Lunch Doan: The Doan Ladies' Aid served lunch at the Van Hansen farm sale and cleared $20. Former Resident* Visit Mr. and Mrs. John Wolk«n of near Rapid City, S. D., cnroute home from Champaigne, HI., spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the A. J. and Wm. J. Martlnck homes. They are former residents of Doan as they owned the D^le Struthers farm 18 years ago. when they sold it and moved to S. D., where they have farmed since then. Mr. Wolken owns 2.000 acres n~w in S. D. Wavel Moyer entertained his brother and family. Raymond Moyer at dinner last Sunday. The A. J. Martineks spent Sunday afternoon at the Wm. Ringsdorf home in Portland township. L. E. fcrantz left Saturday for Waterloo where he visits his daughter and family, Mrs. Rae Hutchi- The Bryan Asas and Claude Hains of Algona were Sunday dinner guests of the tatter's daughter, Mrs. Cliff Hoover. Mrs. Viva Hoover assisted by Mrs. Pearl Knox entertained their bridge club last week Tuesday and decided to discontinue being members. An 8 pound daughter was brrn Saturday, Nov. 20 at the General hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Go»tz. This makes a family of three girb and a boy. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Franxen and Mrs. T. J. Franzen of West Union, Iowa, and W. J. Martinek of Britt spent last week Wednesday night and Thursday at the A. J. and Wm. J. MartlneK homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ha;eman of Blunt, S. D.. spent a few days last week with the latter's uncle, A. B. Venteicher and went from there to Thief River, Minn., wher a they expect to be employed for the winter. The Henry Baileys and Mrs. Will Blame of Cunby, Minn., spent Saturday evening at the Wm. J. Martinek home. Mrs. Blaine came on 1 liursilay and returned home Tuesday after vi.iiling her various relatives. THE ANSWER: r.-,]| Jij,,-i/-.,/, ( -, ( . (t] ,| aiitniiiat ie humidifier in.-tall.-d al om-e up to 20 per cent on your fuel bill, n whether ynii have in liiirn. coal, wood ( moving iiari-. NII final.-. La-1-- in< ways jiiM the rijjht amount of hun/idiir ri^ht time. Never needs attention, and installed while the furnace is in use. C'o> installed. i '(• an save .I. N'.i y. ;«l- 1 the ARMSTRONG NEW«f Scores have taken advantage of ready. All new automatic heat it. (Jet your order in today.' made by experienced men. Call this store. Phone f>!><)-\V or write the savings al- obs eoine^vith Installation ustrom Open evenings on appointment ei and daughter. Fern ;i '. i.iiled friends here on (.'onion returned Thursa i/i(,nth'.i vui.-atiori in III- .1 K Ii '•I l':iii!l.ii T>ie.-,day. Titoina., day from inois with relative-., Harold Mitr hell of Maaon City .i|<rni th. ; w,.-ek i-nd at the parental Win. Mitr hell home. Ml and Mrs H M Inniter and •on. Willard and daughter, Marie, wen- Sunday dinner guests at the Ch.irlej i'lathu home near Bode. Air ami Mrs. Arnold Oaarde have named their baby daughter born Nov. 7. Cheryl Kay Mrs. Gaarde and baby are at the ental f. A Gnarde home. par- GET UP NIGHTS? H.ISH KlU.MHiru WITH •I u i: I PC r oil. buciiu leaven, elc. Make nuo tlinijlu tcoi It pa*Btiicti la »can- ly. IrrcKuliir. mnurU, or burns, havo frc'juent deoilu. tfi;l up nlKhU or It are i=luHttl»h cnunlng back acre «u-.. U» Juiilpur oil, buehu leaven, do lutu llulu »re«n tablet* cue Bukttt* tu SuMh the kidney*, Just iut you would u»e castor oil to flu»b the bowel*. Hull) nature eliminate troubu>Murut) wrute and exeaw ftcida. A*k »ny drugjri»t lor the tut bos of Buket*. I.ocally at Lu«by-«, Al«uiia. Don toe Drue Sfore, Tltonfca. Snini, .N..II l. wi-bt lh. in I-ant I 1'J (ll 1 K I A I. MHICl; i; TIIK IHUA .vt'ATi; COM- '•ITI/il.Nri 01-' KO.SSITH i.• i i i,y «iv, n that a i.el- • t Ii ,in« i.(»e lo en-cc, n-sf .1,1, p..I.-.- >\irtr.'. ifiuy wile.-, i LI. .-, conduits and oilier .•I .i|.j,;i.n,i , ., for Hi.- pni- ••li'l.n IIHK electricity fur i.'i'.vt r und heating pur- I.- ii. nil 'I hy i hu liilei-blatf ;iiji.iii>. Ouliu'iui-. Iowa, lu -.i !in- Invyu State (.'wln- ui, i:-..|i,i. ; that b.i|ij petition .^i.i I,, , on;, 11 ucl. opt-rate .iiii ,-unl '-lecinc llullnlillrf- L. i ah 1114 ami acio.-i.i the •l- -'ii n,-d public lamia. .*!r< am.-, mnl private lands. inniiiK ill tin- |i. ler&ecliuri of .-1 ui.'l wti-l highway lint; ami r.^1 i "t \,i,i ali; Hum of the town n-i'.n -'ii lli*- east ami we»l _i:i.-: -jt Sci.iiuu Twenty-four I:,IIIK> T Wenl >--nii:e (-*'J>. 'f Eli- ^11. II 111. KubHUtll CUL1I1- w.i liu-iu'e t.-ant uii bald hiyli- i.i.i -f..ui-Hi ( ',i ) uille. tlieiin,- nn I in.- lil«liway mi tin- eaat of ,~.iiil Seetluii Twciity-tuur '•iie-fourtli (^») mile, tlier.eu ''ii UK- hiKliU'uv uerrih^ tlie liiir i.stt) of Sectlun Nineteen Township Ninety-eight (fti) . K.IIII^,: Tweltty-elKlit (2tt) • it tlu- ^ih L>. m.. one 11) mile, i- nijitli on tliu f lgItway on thti liii<- nf *:tlii Seetlon Nlieteen <in--f»urtli ( 14 ) mile. .NOTIt 'K OF KXrlllATIO.N ••!•' TIMK "TAX MAI.K TO .IANK OIIKV liAVIS ANIl FKAN- CJ.S IIltAHl.HV: Vuu ami t-acii of ynu an- lu-n-liy licit Itleil that on tt.e "til duv (if Dec- iilit-r. A. !».. ItloG. tlie then Trnmurel if Koaaulli County. M. J. Ituffy. at Hit; reuular Tax Sale lielil at Hie Court ilou*« lu »ald ('nunty on >-ii late, sold al rtcaveliKi r lax Sale pur- -uant to Keellim 7-'i.> "f Hie Code <il Iowa of rj;:i. tne [OII..WH.K a.-.feni.- d real estate, ultuated m County it Kussultl ami .Slale of Iowa, town: Lot Twelve (Ul In Hlork Four ll) at Ihe uiiHinal 1'lat of liun- erofl, Iowa. in Flora Mae liradie y, liunerofl. Iowa, for '.he «i*-llniiuei, l laxea for ll.•• >eait> \'J-'>3. 1'J^i aii'l I!*o5, wliteh vv».-ie then pa.it due. iK-llmnieiil, ami a Ili-lt thelcon. Tt.al lh»-ie wuii l.-i^ii^.l to the bald Flora M.ie lila-ll. hy the bald Treasurer of Kottauth i:niu. ly. Iowa, a Tux Sale C*-iiifliiii of IMui.-l.aae at .Seaveiiaei-d .Salt il.i-refor. That on or about the 2StK day of Oilohir. 1!»37. for valuahle iom,id.-i nil.Hi the HUld Fluia Ma>- itladley duly a>i.-il^ri'-d. c-nnv-i-yed. transferred iiiid H,-I over -s;jjd Tax .Salt- < VrlJ/lrale of I'urt-hase I., M r. H.iKKald , AlKoha. Iowa, whn I.T now tin- law- nil owner and hoi.lfi- of said Ta v |.--.ih- c.-itifli ui>; .if I'm t ha.-.,- That H.t- rlK>.>» "f r.-.h in|,lli,i. from *ald Tax Hale will expire and a Tax l>..-t-d ui.der hiifh Cerllllcate will be made hy Iht; Treasurer of Ko*,suih eoiin- l\'. Iowa. (onevyiriK naid it-al t-alale ax plovM.-d hv law, uuleit.i it-dt-mp- lion In made iht-refrom within nlm-- ty. Inwa. conveylntf talil real estate nf ihl« Notice. Oati-d thin (Jlli day of November, A. U. 1937. K. P. BAOOABD, « lawful Owner and HohU-r of Said CV-rtlfUati-. 4S-46--47 Tlie lovvu State Commerce f'oru- iiilmiloii him Hxed the fourteenth iHtli) ilay of IieeemUer, 1U37, ten iluj o'eloek a. m.. In lia office ui Oeb Molneb. iowa. us the time antl Place for hearing »uld petitlun. Any objeet)on« to the Kruntlnii ut Hueli fruiu'liltte iiiuttl be Ir. writing umj tiled In triplicate with thlB Coru- mlKiilon ut leant five (5) duyu befor« date of tieurlliK. Tt e Iowa SI a to Coineive CommrHiiloii «u«Ke»t» that the ohpeetor btt represented at the lieuriilic by vomeone who lias full althurlty tu act for It Dated ut !'<•» Molneu, Iowa November, lu. 1937. IOWA 8TATK I'OMJdKHCfc: COMMIriHION Attest: J J. LYNCtt Fllu E2»l« Seereturv 47-48 DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? STOMACH ULCERS " J '';i ACIDITY DKFIMITC BttlfF Oil MONEY PACK Bridge Pattie* at Bancroft Home* in Past Week Popular Bancroft: Mrs. Joseph Reciter, Sr., entertained her club and two extra tables at bridge Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Vasku won high score for the club, Mm. C. M. Baker won high for the guests and Mrs. J. H. \tyelp drew the cut prise. Droemtors Entertain Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Droessler entertained at four tables of bridge Sunday evening. J. H. Sheridan won high score for the men and Harold Hamilton won low score For the ladles Mrs. Enos Kohnke won high score and Mrs. J. H. Welp. Sr.. won low prize. Mrs. A. A. Droe.-ifler entertained at five tables of bridge Monday evening. Mrs. Joe Fox won high score, Mrs. Henry Lappe low prize and Mrs, Ambrose Kennedy won the cut prize. 8 Table* 500 Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kramer entertained at eight tables of five hundred Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert won firjt prize and W. J. Hood and Mrs. Frank Wil- helml won prizes for having the largest score for the last game. and Mrs. Allan Carr won the high scores In bridge and Frank Froehle and Mrs. Ed Schemmel won the high score In five hundred. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson visited from Saturday until Tuesday with relatives in South Dakota. Mrs. Jesse Underkofler of Belmond Is spending Thanksgiving i.nd the week following at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Cletus Deiterlng. Mrs, Lappe Hosteas Mrs. Henry Lappe entertained at a bridge party Saturday evening. Mrs. Mae Lattlmer won high score and Mrs. Frank Mulligan low prize. Mrs. C. M. Baker won the cut prize. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lappe entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neuman and Donna Jean, Frank and Mathilda Neuman, Florence Lappe, Bernard Neuman and Pelma Lande. A fair crowd attended the C. O. F. card party and dance at the Forester hall Monday evening. Mr Algona Woman Has Goiter Operation Thursday's Swea City He-raid carried the following mention: . Clarence Hovey, who drives a pickup truck for an Algona cleaning firm, said Monday [Nov. 16], when he was in Swea City, that his mother, Mrs. Edwin Hovey, of Algona, was recovering satisfactorily from a goiter operation she underwent at a Fairmont hospital Thursday [Nov. 11]. Her daughter, Mrs. Theodora Felkey, Red Wing, Minn., is looking after the home at Algona till Mrs. Hovey returns. The elder Mr. Hovey Is a plumb- ;r in Bjustrom employ. The Hoveys formerly lived at Swea City. jonxaansm AT LAW R, 1. Harrington 3. D. Low* HAJUUNaTON * LOW» Rooms 919-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA J. L.BONAB ATTORNST AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA I H, W,POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or -inmaee Routpped M do all Kinds of draying and hauling. ja-tf | ^Q fl C"ff*yQ"C*ffO^ w. B. QUARTO* H. w. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 437 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD a HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone Ml E. J. Van Ness G. W. Stlllman VAN NESS A STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Thanksgiving The weather and the trade feels and acts more like just before Christmas than before Thanksgiving. From the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers down to the present day each year people of the United States have had plenty to be thankful for. Iowa in particular has been favored by kind providence In a great many ways. Fertile soil with plenty of. moisture for the growing of crops and fruits. An abundance of everything even coal for our existence. Iowa Is the land of tall corn and pretty girts, where the farmer is king, secure in his own rights, and happy in the sunshine of prosperity. s He is the man who sends food to the east and winter tourists to the west, making It possible for both sections to exist. lowans are sound in body and mind. You will find them everywhere and In all fields taking; i foremost part. In the camps and in the cabinet. In the professions and in the trades they shed fresh lustre on the nam e of their native state, dear old Iowa. I am thankful that I live in such a state and among such people. Jimmie Neville Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Quinby Bldg.. Phone 68 ALGONA. IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-310 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 4SO-J Res. 815 ALGONA. IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan »ULLIVAN, antAHON ft LINNAN Algona, Iowa , Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Quinby Building PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlat ovffr Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Re«. Phone 8M _ AIXX?NA. IOWA O. H. CRETZMK¥BR, M. D, SURGEON & PHYSICIAN ^ Office John Galbralth Bldg. MJ5LVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phone*— Office 197 Ret. 1M OSTEOPATHS ML 8. W. MEYEB GUARANTEED Get the Most for Your Fuel Dollars You can buy coal in inauy different price ranges, and we have them all. But you will find that you get the most heat for your money from our Peerless (Ohemacol treated). Once you use Peerless you continue to buy it. Order a good supply today to last through the cold weather that is ahead. Botsford's Phoue 256 LUMBER COMPANY Jim pool •urgleal treatment of recUl ea*e», varieoM veln« mnd rupture. General Honpltal Phone UT ~ DENTISTS ~" DB. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Chrlstensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA. IOWA DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 183 Rea. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. 8. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postofflce Block 20 Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. ne <« Rea. Phone 110 REAL ESTATE „_ SIUBTAGH ft SON REAL ESTATE FARM *X>AN8 INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone 1M VETEBINABIAN8 " FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fos Dr. J. 3. Wlakel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 476-W Rea. 476-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream package* (600 sheets) which sell lor 75c for 500 sheets Thli la a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire at The Algona Upper Des Moiuea office for parthiclars WautAdt Bring You QukkR M ukt

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