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JOHN KLEIN OF SENECA, BURIED Bites at Bancroft Held Wednesday; Sister At Lone Bock Seneca: John Klein, former resident here, died at a Waterloo hospital a week ago Sunday night of cancer. Mr. Klein has been In ill health all fall. B. E. Sanders has been on the sick list the past week with the flu. Betty Kennedy spent Sunday night with her friend, Harriet Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy entertained at a card party In their home Sunday evening. Donna Jean and Gene Botlig spent the week end with their sister, Mrs. Clarence Metzger near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Johnson and children of Gilmore City were Sunday dinner guests at the W. C. Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson were out of town guests at a party given by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons, Everett and Wilbur, spent Sunday at Webb with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin Mr. and Mrs. Dell Pitch, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch. Chester is a nephew of the elder Mr. Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Fitch and son, Avery and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Rosa Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thompson of Garner were Sunday dinner guests of their brother and son, Dale Thompson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen are parents of a daughter born Friday morning. They now have a family of two children, both girls. Mrs. Andrew Berg of near Swea City is spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Jens Peterseh helping care for her new niece. John Hammond, Clinton, 111., and his brother, Herman of Corning, spent Friday night and Saturday with their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. John had been visiting his father, Ed Hammond at Corning, but left Saturday night for his home in Clinton. Sohopmorea and juniors enjoyed a coasting party near the Albert Cody home Sunday afternoon. After the party they gathered at the Cody home and played bunco. Attending were Keith and Russell McKean, Wayne Wilberg, Roy Homan, Daryle Hansen, Barbara Lentscb, Betty Kennedy, Evelyn Clemensen, Helen Burt, Harriet, Alyce and Blanche Olaen, and Helen and Maxine Cody. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 1, 1938 BOMB PLOT DISCOVERED—Seattle, Washington: Pictured here are customs officers, H. A. Brown, left, and Paul W. Copestick with the bomb laden suitcase found at Smith Cove near the Japanese line Hiye Maru. FREAK CALF DIES—Picture shows freak calf with two heads, born to cow owned by William Martin, of Adams county, Indiana. The calf was normal in every respect, with the exception of the heads, both of which were perfectly formed. The. calf wts injured at birth and died soon afterwards. The animal has been mounted, and the owner has been offered a large amount of money for it. Creamery eb.S1 Stockholder!, directors and frlenda of the Algona Creamery will gather Feb. B, at 12:30 p. m. at the high school for the annual banquet, followed by the business meeting, of the organization. Election of officers, and annual reports, will be the business of the day. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trauger, of Des Moines were Sunday guests at Mrs. Helene Traugers. Plan Cooperative Boys, Girls Work Ground work for a definite program of boys' and girls' club work was laid at a meeting last Friday night, in the Chamber of Commerce offices here. G. R. Patten, Y. M. C. A. worker of Spencer met with a local committee to discuss matters. Attending from Algona were Rev. G. C. Vance and Rev. Sjontrand of the ministers' association: C. R. Holt of the Junior Chamber of Commerce; O. S. Reiley, senior chamber secretary; Mrs. A. L. Long cf the D. A. R.; Mrs. H. R. Cowan of the P. E. O.; Dr. I* C. Nugent of the American Legion; Eleanor Fraser, secretary of the Auxiliary; and Antone Johnson cf the K.hvania club. The committee will reconvene in a month after reporting back to their respective organizations and explaining the outlined program that has so far developed. Virgic Hnrdcopf was here from Cedar Falls over the week end. Earl Hanselman and William Chapman come from Ames Saturday afternoon. QUAKER OATS is great to keep you fit!" says Great American Pilot Murwin Ator f Commandtr of Amtrican Airlintt' Famatu Flagtkip! • No wonder Quaker Oiti if called BREAKFAST OF GREAT AMERICANS I It's • warm, friendly breakfast, rich in flavor, rich in food energy. And gives you an abundance of Nature's Vitamin B, the vitamin your system needs daily to combat nervousness, constipation and poor appetite! Yet Quaker Oats, mainstay of millions, costs only H cent per serving. You can't beat Quaker Oats . ^ ./S? for a breakfast! Cvaurm twr rr\ < ""'' t Many grocers / JZ u ,7Tv^v:..'_ \,{;Offer To Save Money If You Have The Right Plan • Dimes make dollars, and the Savings & Loan plan is admirably suited for small savings as well as large. 9 This association originally organized in 1917, i has never paid less than 4% on savings. Safety of your investment insured up to *5,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation—an instrumentality of the U. S. Government. We Welcome A Chance To Tell You More Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association Algona, Iow» O. B. LaBarre, Secy-Trow. BOSS KIDNAPPER — Los Angeles, Calif.: Arrested at the Santa Anita raco track while betting part of a $50,000 ransom, Peter Anders, 30-year-old Northwest logger, confessed the kidnapping and slaying of wealthy Charles S. Ross, greeting card manufacturer of Chicago, and the killing of his confederate in the crime, one James Atwood Gray. Last week Anders led "G" men to a lonely spot near Spooner, Wisconsin, where the bodies of the victims were found. Practically all of the ransom money has been recovered. His real name is Seadland, and he hails from Minnesota. Makes Gift of Houses To Son And Daughter Livermorc: The tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Harmon occurred Saturday, Jan. 22. The couple arc living at the home of Mrs. Bertha Wilson, his mother. Because of the illness of the mother of Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. W. D. McCullough, who also lives in her home, there were no festivities held in honor of the event. The Harmons have three children, Willard, Hogei' and Gloria Muc. March 1st, tiiey will move into their own home, a residence which is located about a block from that of where they are living, and a *{ift from his mother in honor of their tOth anniversary. Mrs. Wilson also made « gift of cnother residence next door to her own home to a daughter, Mrs. Henry Aitgilbers. Repair Work on LuVerne Phone Cables LuVerne: A crew of men began Monday to replace cables for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. There are five men in the crew, and it is expected that the work will i take about a month. Lorrine Stevens, Sheffield, spent the week end with LuVerne friends. Dorothy Gregory, Algona, visited several days at the H. C. Aliens last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lclioy Depew and her son, Kenneth, former LuVerne residents, spent Friday in town. The George Latches and Mrs. Nelie Barnes, Renwick, were Sunday dinner guesU ut the J. L. Lichtys. Chris Gronbaeh, Creston, was here last week Thursday. He and his family are former LuVerne residents and will be in this county again after March 1, having rented a farm near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Meyer went to Rochester Saturday to visit Herman Meyer at the Mayo hospital. Mrs. Meyer stayed there to be with Herman's wife a few days. The Harold Larimers entertained the bridge club of which they are members last week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips won the high family score and the John Jacknons were second high. SWEA CITY FIRES DO LITTLE DAMAGE Boys and Girls Entered Lambs in Show at Spencer Swcn City: The Swea City fire company was called out Tuesday night during a hard driving wind to the Henry Larson farm, one- half mile west of town, and again Thursday morning to the Hugh Butterfield residence. The Larson fire was ignited by soot in the furnace pit which Jturned the brick in the chimney red hot and set fire to the baseboard. The firemen soon had the fire extinguished with little damage done to the house except tnat caused by smoke. The fire at !he Butterfielas was n roof fire and was soon put out. Bancroft Boy Wins Northwest Kossuth boys and girls who entered Iambs in the Northwest Iowa 4-H fat lamb show nt Spencer, Jan. 14 and 15, were Albert and Betty Anderson, James Cody, Daryl Hunt and Maurice and Wallace Johnson. Albert ana Betty Anderson received 9c a pound for their Inmbs and the others received 8*4 e. Third place in the individual plac- ir.gs wns won by a Kossuth county boy—C. C. Inman of Bancroft, who sold his lamb to Wilson & Co. of Albert Lea for 20c a pound. Honor Roll Swea City high school students who have earned grades ot 90% and over, are as follows: Ruth Anderson, Elaine Bexell, Beryl Tyler, Marjorie Hillsten, Evelyn Bexell, Beth Lord, Elaine Kluger, Wilma Preston, Kathryn Anderson,' Carl Schroeder, Dorothy Nelson, SeDell Martinson, Clara Montgomery, Maurine Linde, Hazel Rohlin. Mary Schroeder, Ada Uhr, Melvin Krumm, Laila Berg, Jeanne Sperbeck, Marie Sperbeck, Mavis Swanson, Ruby Berg, Betty Anderson nad Maxlne Paterson. Farewell Get-Together A farewell get-together given in honor of the Loren Byers family by the Baptist church Wednesday evening was quite well attended, considering the cold weather. After a social hour lunch was served followed by n short program, after which the Byers family was presented with a large suit case. They will leave this week for Virginia where they hope to locate permanently if the climate proves agreeable to Mr. Byers' health. LuVerne Club Arrm>™iAm« OIUHXAX-K Gives Fine Program LuVerne: Everybody took part „ in the program of the J. J. club on ; JV \- ' a ' • • Friday when the annual radio pro- i* 1 . ' . IMiley. s gram was given at the Dr. H. D. I Tom "nlpm. snlary .... Meyer home. The club hart been " r " 1( " " - —i--.. NO. 171 J. \V. KoI'v. s.-ilnry l.oo Bellock. salnrv divided into three groups with six Wnltor Oornwn. snlnry _ C. C. Wright, salary.- women in each group. The first I "ny Norton, salary __.. group with Mrs. Albert Schneider as chairman, presented "A District Skule" with all the wisecracks and jokes that make up such a program. The second group, advertising beans gave a miscellaneous program including instrumental and vocal music, recipes and the Musings of Oscar. The third group selected a short play. "Employing n Cook" The plans of each group had been kept secret and the program proved to be very interesting. Eighteen members were present. A son, Henry Thomas, was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Zwiefel, Thursday. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society will meet February 2, with Mrs. Henry Kubly. Mrs. Wm. Bradley and daughter, Lusk. Wyoming. Mrs. Martha Dawson and Mrs. Belle Umland, Otho, were guests at the Dr. T. L. Williams the last of the week. Mrs. Emil Anderson, Mrs. Geo. Wolf, Mrs. Elmer Kubly and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson were in Stratford last week Monday attending the funeral of a family friend. What might have been a serious fire was averted last week Tuesday shortly before noon when it was discovered that coal near the furnace at the Wm. Ramus home was burning. The fire department was called out and the fire extinguished causing small damage. Nine women met at the Henry Kublys Wednesday for the Farm Bureau lesson on Meat Cookery. It was an all day session with the women cooking their dinner nnd applying What they had learned in their lesson at the same time. Mrs. Wm. Murray presented the lesson. The basketball games at Bode, the cribbage tournament at Jackson's Sandwich shop and the meeting of the Tuesday club were postponed the first part of last week on account of the severe weather. J. D. Lowe, Algona, was to have been guest speaker at the Tuesday club meeting. Plans are being made to have him here at n later date. Nine women were present when the Presbyterian Women's Missionary society met with Mrs. Carrie Coleman Tuesday evening. Harry Von Draska led the study of Our Mission Work In the Inter-Mountain Areas after which Mrs. Irvin Chapman led the devotions. Committees were appointed for the observance of the World Day of Prayer, March 4, which will be sponsored by the three missionary H. K. Sto-phensnn. snlary, Adah Carlson, salary Harold Roth, labor ______ Krnst Thiel, labor ______ Mrs. Anno Siillon ot al, labor __ ________ . _ .. . .loo Kelly ,lr., labor ... nnd 140.01) 35.00 ins.no 1 ;',,">.00 ST..00 mo.no iso.oo i -10.00 ins.BO SI.5!) 11.SO Albert material _________ . . Fulton Iron Works Malleable Iron Ranco Co.. Socony Vnruum Oil Co., lubricating oil On-atonna Tool Co., mdso. Minneapolis - Honeywell Regulator Co., mdse, _. Klectric Supply Co., mtisr- Crane I'o.. mdse. Trrry-Durin Co., mdso. Wp.st in^houso Kloctric Supply, mdse. _ _..__. Cownn & Cowan. md.sc. - C.on. Kloc. Supply Corp., mdsp. . \V. D. Allen mdso. Slirll Pelroleuni KAS, oil __ _ . '. M. St. P. & p. Ify, pas, oil fre-ljjht Mfj;. Co., The Thursday club met with Mrs. societies of LuVerne. P. J. Helkcn, Thursday. The teachers of the Swea schools were entertained at the J. J. Anderson home Thursday evening. Jay Larson has purchased the Pantry cafe from Clifford Pelley- mounter and took immediate possession last week. Bwea City ha* a beacon light once 32S.IS C.I2 2. fin :i:!0.nn fi.r>o :!:i.o'i I'.S.TO 5. SI :I%.TI Mntt Parrot t K Son.s Co., md.se. _ N. W. Hell Telephone Co., service N. W. Hell Telephone Co., pole rent ._ hic.ipo Journal of Commerce, sub. Western Union, service- _ [own State Lkuik. pxch. ._ Ry Express Agency, express ________________ ''resco Union Klectric Co.. sign _________________ 3. F. Towne, labor and material _____________ A. II. Borrlnmlt. mdsp. _ Algona Laundry, laundry Treasurer of State, sales 80.50 3.75 S.22 1.71 l.!i6 2.50 7.fi2 tnx L. A. Copp, adv. . \V. W. Sullivan. P M., -173. SS .50 SO. 75 23.54 2.2 I r,r, 1.17 C. F. RPF.CIIT. Mayor. ADAM CARLSON. City Clrr'x. OKIMNAMT, XO. 25:1 ORDINANCE NO. I'M OP' TIIK CITY OP AI/T.ONA, IOWA. l?e It Ordained by the city Cnun- ril of tho City of Ali;onn. town: Section One. That Ordinance- No. 1!)I of the City of Alton;). town, entitled "An Ordinnnce- Provldini; fur Toll Tax ;ind for Collection of Snme" lie <tml the same is hereby ivpeni'-d. Section Two. TliM ordinance, sball IIP in full Cone nnd effect, from and nfl'-r its jiiiblu-nrinn as provided by law. Adopted and pnwd by the i'ity Council of |IIP city of Alaonn, Iowa, tlii<! L'Ttli liny of January, 1I»:!S. ADAH c.\HLSON. City Clerk of tlie ( ity of Alf na. Iowa. A|>pro\pd liv in.- (lii.-- -Til) (I:iy of Janu.iry, 1'OS. c. F. Sl'KCHT. M;\\ if of the ' ify of Alcon-i, In\\ ;i. STANDARD RED CROWN! Get some of this Gasoline today from your STANDARD OIL DEALER • 10 A 760-watt light was placed on the water tower last week. Mra. Theodore Klein and Mrs. Wm. Mullert of Mason City were guests last week at the home of their sister, Mrs. Chas. Johnson. Relatives of Ralph Smith who is now at San Angelo, Texas, learned last week that he had been in a hospital with streptococcus infection, Mrs. J. H. Knutson underwent an operation at the University hospital at Iowa City last Tuesday. Her daughter, Mrs. Roy Johnson, Is with her. The LeRoy Swanson family of East Chain. Minn., will soon move onto the farm vacated by the Loren Byers family and owned by Mrs. Sadie Byers Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg and Herman Bowman attended the Kossuth county American Legion and Auxiliary meeting Thursday night The February meeting will be held in Swea City. Fred Berggren reports he has sealed 75,000 bushels of corn in Harrison, Eagle, Swea and Seneca townships. He expects to seal more later, but has completed all applications to date. Clyde Sanders suffered cuts on Whittemore Aid Met Thursday Whittemore: The members of the Lutheran Ladies' Aid society held their monthly meeting on Thursday- After a forief Wtfsrtriew meeting, lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Louis Braatz, Mrs. August Bernau, Mrs. Otto Bell and Mrs. Dietrich Cordes. Fined $10, Costs W. H. Ricdel. Burt, wns fined $10 and costs, Jan. 21, on a charge of reckless driving in Justice Delia Welter's court. Patrolman Dean filed the charge in justice court. •OOOOOOODOOOOOUCFuOOOQOO^ rr-nt and postage II. W. Pout, frelubt llotsford Lumber Co., mdsp. KOASUth Motor Co., re- pa irs Knhlhnns & Splllrs, nid.se. N'clson Iltliv., indse. K. I). Jnmes, mdse. Ed Hnlpcek, return woods W. W. Sullivan, I'. .M., bond Kossuth Motor Co., repairs Pratt Klectric Co.. nidse._ KLKCTRIC I.KJ1IT SINKINC, FUND W. W. Sullivan, P. M., bond 3655.01 PWA CONSTRUCTION FUND ACroUNT Electric Light Fund, return transfer 12782.94 DEPOSIT FUND Stanley E. Johnson ct a), refund deposit 3500 WATKR FUND J. VV. Kelly, salary "5.1111 Frank Ostrum, saUiry .__ irjo.no Harry Karton, salary Marry' Harton. salary I .a lira Mitchell, salary Merchandise at Cost Your company in the past seven years has paid fifteen straight dividends, amounting to over $100,000, which spells merchandise at cost to its members. In 1030 we Hold 50 carloads of gasoline; In 1937 we sold 185 cnrloadH of fuel. This cons'stcnt steady growth should prove beyond doubt the quality of our merchandise nnd service. We employ twenty people, who are constantly trying their utmost to serve and save for their members. K & H CcvOp Oil Co, indite. St. Benedict News 3 X)OOOOOOOQOOQ.QOOOOOOQQOO Jack McKemna was on the sick list the past week for several days. Floyd Hood and son, Gene drove '.o Des Moines on business Thursday morning. Edward Arend won ten pounds of lybrid seed corn at Corwith Wednesday evening. Miss Roslee Dorr, Mason City, arrived Thursday to visit over Sunday with her parents. Miss Genevieve Cosgrove is a juest at the Harvey Johnson home for several days this week, his face Thursday morning while I Miss Bessie McMahon, Algona, i.s on his way to work. A pheasant | spending a week here visiting her (lew into the windshield of his car, (sister and family, the Glen Woods. shattering the glass. Clyde had to lay off work for u few days. Mrs. W. O. Nelson went to Armstrong Friday to attend a joint in- htallation of officers for the Royal Neighbors of Armstrong, Swea City and Ringsted. A covered dish luncheon was served after which the new officers were installed. Amanda Looft, junior chairman uf Fisher Post, American Legion Auxiliary, has organized the juniors here and reports they are making rapid progress. All daughters under 18 years of American Legionaires are eligible and are being invited to join at this time. Adelaide Harang and Cora Pollock entertained members of the faculty at the Dahl home Wednesday evening. Feminine members spent the first part of the evening with sewing and fancy work. Later in the evening, when the gentlemen arrived, games were played and a lunch was served. Supervisor Hetuen and John Mrs. L. L. Pfeffor entertained the members ot her Thursday afternoon bridge club at her home Thursday. Lynch of Ledyard, who is connected with the Seifert Contracting Co., drove to Estherville Wednesday to take the train to Peoria, 111., to Inspect a caterpillar tractor. The tractor company chartered four railway couches for boards of supervisors, contractors anu county engineers. The Rev. Antoii Nelson of Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, Canada, stopped here one day last week to visit his mother and sister, Mrs. Swan Nelson and Miss Emma Nelson. Mr. Nelson, who is president of the Canadian conference, had been at Rock Island, 111., attending a meeting of conference presidents of the Augustana Synod of the Swedish Lutheran church. Alice Mae Baiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baiter of Swea City, and Victor Weaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. 8am Weaver of Springfield township, were married at Fort Dodge, Jan. 12. The couple hatfe gone to housekeeping on the F. O. Nitz farm near Lakota where the bridegroom is employed. A kitchen shower was held at the home of the ! bride's parents Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Mike Baker, Mrs. Clarence Scott, Mrs. Wm. Beck and Mra. Dillon as hostesses. About 30 guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Woods, Miss Betty McMurruy attended the tire- men's ball at Wesley Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Terhune, of Bancroft, were Friday visitors at the Carrie Erickson home, Mrs. Terhune's mother. Miss Veronica Kunkel who is employed at the Henry Arnflorfer home, culled on her parents, the Ben Kunkels, Thursday afternoon. The parish card party which was to be held Tuesday sponsored by Mrs. Hood and Mrs. Ricke waa postponed until this Tuseuuy, Feb. 1. John Arend, John Arndorfer, Nick Arndorfer and Edward Arend drove I to iranuwha to attend a meeting concerning the planting of sugar beets. There were quite a number from here who attended the Ventelcher sale Wednesday. All their friends in this community regret to have them move from our midst. There was another pig roast at the McKenna store Thursday night but on account of the different amusements iu our neighboring towns it was not so well attended as previously. Miss Wilma Arend accompanied Frank Urandjennet and Mrs. Greg Studer to Milwaukee. They left on Thursday morning after being delayed several days by the storm. They planned going Tuesday. owimtn, labor Neptune Meier Co., Iluffalo Meier Co Kos.sutli Motor Co., md.se. II. W. Post, freight _ IxiinM & Muckey, md.se. Treasurer of Slate, wilc.s tax 10. mi llirt.MII 110.0.1 10.1. (id U'7.1' 'o.. mdse. Auto Supply, Skelly Oil IJreenherK mdse. (JKNKRAL FUND Frank C.recn, salary ,._. II. A. Van Alstyrie-, salary II. A. Van Al.<tyno. Hilary R. II. Valentine, salary . R. II. Valentine, Milary ._ F. \V. Green, dogs Thos. Akre, rent Meyer & Went lie, mdso. N. \V. Hell Telephone Co., .service Kossuth Molor Co., repairs . ...... Kii.ssutli .Motor Co., repairs .. ....... jobiusoii l>\ Scr\ice, j. r as 2.08 i. id I SO.dl( KM. '10 IK.mi IL'.liS !I7.70 2.00 10.12 I^islibrook, salary - l-asbbruuk, salary l-.'llintt Skillint;, limn and 71.111 Willard (ircL'sn:i, man und team - _ _ (!eo. (hinder, labor . . Frank Skillin^, lubor Oliver Hukk«--r, labor _ . John Hclnieis, man ami team . . SIKUI- & McVay, man and team Fred (ironbuch tt al, snow removal _... L'd. CO 15«.2S ] ••<! 23.75 .811 .70 1.75 and oil. Service. KJIS 12 .:;•! H.I 5 soii.s, re- lic«-n.se is.75 li.Sl Council Minutes The City January 27, l!Ki8. Council met at the City Hull in regular session, Mayor Spec-lit in tin.- chair. The cuua- ciluieu present were Hawcou. Harris, Ovtiujjcr. White, and iiueiihold. Abiieut. Kobluuus. The minutes of the lost meeting were read and approicd. A cigarette liceusu waa granted to the Wilson Cafe. Motion carried that tho city pay for tho clwufft-ur's licenses for city employes. Ordinance No. 253 was passed. i T)'e. fulluwiiig bills were al> lowed: Christenseii bros., Co., md.se. BoLsford Lumber Co., mdse. . . Grecnberg Auto Supply, mdse. 15.18 Nelson Hdw. Co.. radse. - J.!M Kohlhaas it Smiles, mdse. 7.1)0 H. W. Post, frelnht Wm. IHliiifit. lubor Frank Cook, mdse. . 'lapji's Service, ;;a.s und oil _ _.. ffarris liros.. White Ho. und oil Cent Motor Co.. md.ie. lovey Super Service. i_-u: and oil vennedy i- I' fund ci^aii-l K. 11. Hi-iird.slfy, expense Dr. Sawyer, rent of rest room ... Mrs. A. M. Colliiison, matron rest room . lien Whitinarsh, care of dump SEWKK FUND .1. W. Kelly, sulury Dick Heluiers et al, labor FIRE FUND c. C. Wright, salary . W. S. Not I Co., nid.se. - . Central Fire Truck Corp., uidse. - luwu Machinery & Supply mdse. Kossuth Motor Co., repairs BAND FUND Algoua Military Buud, contract Fasaed and approved il Jay ot January, 193S. The Algona Auction Co. We nn> hern to norm Imtli the heller and buyer at our pa- ilHon In Alirnnn every Saturday. Saturday, February 5 Kon'l fiirjret HP sell an)thine tlmt yon have to noil every Sat- unlay h.v flip bend or Height. Our plan- I* packed ulth »»uy- rrs, and all stock Is deiiiiindlni: (fond prices. So don't forgot to (jet jour stock In, us you nlll iret the liesf cimh price. He ''aie IN!ed (or inir horse sale (Ills Saturday nl>uiit L'O liiiud of horses. Including one .toiuiu Iciiiu, Mack and Iron trniy, hrokej bay ifrlilintr nulling '-'-.(cur-old, broke; one sorrel colt, i'\fra ifoodj one bay full colt; one Muck pair KeldliiKs, neigh- Ing :i^MH), sinoofli month. He nlll sell (lies,, luirses us Ihej lire listed In, so get them listed In early. He are going to start at I'Js.'IO and sell what small stuff came !n, and shirt on slock at I ;IU>. Bring any kind of stoek. us «e -nlll hate nil Minis of ))li.\crs here. Don't forget—etery Saturday ne will have a repair man for all inukeH of separators. M'e also handle the eonipletx line of Mussey.Ilarrls ma- ehlnery. Don't forget to look this Twin Tower Kow Cr«p Tractor over. Will handle 32-In. sep. and 8 11-In. plows. Open every day. Sule Imrn phone 77 or residence 8F22. Start on stock at 1:30. TKIl.V.S- Ca»b. .\« property removed until eel tied for. C. O. RIDDLE & SON Operators B nd Auctioneers. 30.11(1 6.0(1 45.0i) 18.5S >00.00 One Way to keep the Family Interested in the Home IN to have a home in which they can be interested. Just a place to eat and uleep does NOT, as a rule, fill the bill at all. The home SHOl'LD foe a combination of (he ideaa of every member of the family and the children should be given speeial consideration. A home built on nueh a foundation with all of Uie modern conveniences now available, will make a home that will appeal to the mo»t active and social minded family. It will lie u home where tile m. mix is of YOL'B family, for instance, will love to be; where they will be Ulad to invite their friends, and uhere their friends will be glad to come. Thai is the kind of home yuu and your family should phui NOW and build THIS YKAK. Let us help you with the planning iii all its detail*. We caw tell you how to start getting; the idea* of your fuiiuJy into plan form. Let us discuss it with you NOW. Uive us a riug— 'i'i'J. F. S. Norton & Son l*hum: li'Ji Algoua, Iowa

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