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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17,1938 North East Kossuth Page LAKOTAG1RLTO MARRY IN JUNE Mary Jane Lewis to be June Bride, Friends Learn Lakota: Mary Jane Lewis and Gertrude Wortman returned home Sunday evening from a week end stay in Cedar Falls, where they were guests of Westminster House. It is the custom of the sponsor of this house to invite the alumnae and their mothers for a Mothers' Day party and this year the muln event was a breakfast at eight o'clock Sunday morning. The last number of the program was the theme song, "Daisies Won't Tell but Phi Chi Delta Roses will Tell." Fern Lewis, sister of Mary Jane Lewis, then passed each guest a rose with three tiny slips of paper tied to each stem and on each slip was the announcement of the coming wedding of one of the girls and of course of interest to those in this vicinity was the announcement of the marriage of Mary Jane Lewis, early in June. The girls report a very enjoyable event in spite of the steady downpour of rain and describe the trip home as a "swimming marathon." School Exhibit Last week Tuesday marked another milestone in the local school year of '37-'38 with the annual exhibit of work done during the year and the happy faces of the children and their instructors proved that the event was a success. A large group of visitors assembled in the audtiorium at two o'clock to enjoy a musical program under the direction of Mary Templeton, music instructor. The band played two numbers after which Dorothy Schroeder and Dorothy Woodworth introduced the program by song. The first and second grade pupils sang several groups of songs as did the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and grade pupils sang songs that were composed by some of the pupils, the composers being John Wortman, Peggy Grabau, Dorothy Ukena, Genevleve Frye, Dorothy Asmusson, Arliss Heetland and Iris Ann Heetland. The instrumental sextette played two numbers and the girls' glee club sang several numbers and Fanchon Heetland, Judith Schroeder, Peggy Grabau and Fanchon and Fanstlne Heetland demonstrated the art of dancing and the program closed with all singing America, after which all went to the school rooms to view the exhibits. Buffalo Center hospital for two weeks, critically ill, following an operation for ruptured appendix, Is reported as somewhat improved, and is expected to recover. Ferdinand, the older son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen, one mile east of town, was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday for an operation for appendicitis and Is reported recovering. Mrs. Samuel Warburton attended a W. C. T. U. meeting at Swea City last week Tuesday. A program was given and the three prize e&says were read. A poster exhibit wus held In connection with the program. Poppy Sale* Planned Mrs. John Roelfsemm was hostess ek Monday evening. Plans were made for Memorial Day services and popples were distributed to the members to be sold on Poppy day, May 28th. Mrs. Leonard Christ nnd Mrs. Ernest Christ were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid at the church last week Wednesday. The Rev. Carl Hammer and his daughter, Mrs. Runn from Chicago, spent mqst of last week with relatives at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves and little daughter spent last week Sunday with Mrs. Thaves' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Picht of Shell Rock. Mesdames Ida Smith, Celestine Smith, Lucille Ley and Irma Woodworth entertained 32 women at dessert bridge, Thursday evening. Nick Keller, who has been in the HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints To boil a cracked egg -place it in water to which a little vinegar has been added. This will keep the egg from seeping through the shell. Brighten up the menu by serving special Rolls, Cookies, etc., from our shop. Wilson Bakery Phone 43 Ledyard Girls Entertain For Mothers, Tues. Ledyard: On Tuesday evening the junior high reserves served a three course dinner to their mothers in the lunch room. Miss Arlene Archer and Miss Evelyn Cappel, the girls' sponsors, had charge of the affair. The mothers who attended were Mrs. Wm. Garry, Mrs. Martha Gable, Mrs. Risk, Mrs. L. Junkemeler, Mrs. Paul Gelhaus, Mrs. Hendrickson and Mrs. G. B Mayer. The girls who attended were: Connie Garry, Marjorie and Jean Gable, Dorothy Risk, Deloris Gelhaus, Delorls Junkemeler, Jean Hendrickson, Marjorie Mayer, Marvel Halverson, Violet Cassem, Eunice Priebe, Phyllis Strand, Jean Estle and Leola Busch and Miss Maurlne Doores. Sirs. .Finnic Hostess On Thursday afternoon Mrs. N. A. Pingle entertained the following ladles at an aid tea: Mesdames Glenn Yahnkey E/lvin Carpenter, Charles Hilferty, Glenn Burrows and Lawrence Pingle. Former Resident III Mr. and Mrs. George-Thompson, Mrs. H. Gray, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and daughters, Barbara and Peggy were in Fairmont Wednesday afternoon visiting Mrs. T. J. Parrish, who is seriously ill. She had just been brought home from the Fairmont hospital where she hnd been given radium treatments. The Par- rlsh family lived here a long time and at one time ran a hotel where the Standard Oil station now stands. Seniors Attend Vefahea On Friday the senior class drove to Ames to attend the Velshea celebration. H. M. Grnnner and Chas Bashara took them down. The seniors who went were: Alvira Halverson, Beulah Halverson, Glenn Dyer. Doris Olson, Bernard Anderson, Verna Berglund, Agnes Junk ermeler, Margaret Smith, Arlowe Blome, Doris McDonald and Marjorie Caaaem. Has Second'Operation Marjorie Matzner, who is In the General hospital, Algona. recovering from na appendicitis operation underwent a second operation on Thursday evening for abcesses. Mrs Mntzner returned to Algona thai evening to be with her daughter Marjorie is getting along nicely al this time. Glenn Yahnkc drove to Rochester Tutsday and brought hip. father from the hospital to his home in Buffalo Center. Dr. B. A. Storey was in DCS Moines May 3 and 4 attending n state convention of osteopathir physicians and surgeons. The sophomore class accompanied by Mr. Holt, Miss Stofiet and Miss Capple, went to Interlaken Friday evening for a picnic and then skat ed during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch took them In the school bus. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner were in Lakota last week Monday on business. Mrs. Knoner's par cmts, Mr. and Mrs. Rarger, who have been living in Idaho the pasl year, plan to move back to Lakota very soon. On last Tuesday evening the Woman's Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Edward Knoner. Mrs. Lars Skaar led the devotions and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke presented the lesson. Mrs Sum Warburton and Mrs. Carl Hammer of Lakota attended. Please Notice 'All Barber Shops will be closed on Memorial Day Committee National Tire Safety Week — Let U» Check Over Your Tires We have a complete fresh stock of General and Gillette Tires Our prices are competitive Liberal Allowance on your used tires Greenberg Auto Supply Phon.118 New Officers, Self Government Setup At Ledyard, Named Ledyard: Self-government at the Ledyard consolidated school observed its fifth anniversary, last Friday evening. The Purple and Gold Activity Association, at that time, held Its fifth annual banquet, heard reports and installed a new set of officers. A. E. Lauritzen, now superintendent at Parkersburg, was present, and related the formation of the association, and its development while he was in charge. Kathleen Reece gave a talk on the life of Stephen Foster, and Mr Morris led group singing. Ruth Estle told of acomplishments of the association this year nnd then Introduced the speaker of the evening, Rev. Harvey Nelson, of Lu- Verne. New officers were installed in each department. Supt. Granner installed Cecil Langerman as the new president and Edna Dcntje as general secretary. Mr. Holt installed Lurene Lloyd, Lawrence Flynn and Billy McDoanld as the members of the athletic board. Jean Nelson, Jean Estle and Deloris Gelhaus were named members of the forensic board, and Ervin Beenken, Kathleen Reece and Jean Gable were installed on the literary. Marvel Halverson, Howard Nltz and Marjorie Gable were named on the music board. Hebron News Herman Larson traded for a new tractor last Wednesday. Leslie Lunning has been regrav- ellng the lane for the Oscar Fran- dies. Ernest Halverson traded his car for a new Ford V-8 pickup last week. Mrs. Joe Olson spent last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Frandle. Arnold Estletoe left Saturday for the Great Lakes where he will be employed for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jordahl, Mrs. Alvina Jordahl and Mrs. Christ Berg spent Wednesday in Blue Earth. Theodore Osland and Marvin Dyer were fishing last Tuesday but found the fish did not bite as well as they might. Mrs. Louis Corhus and tho girls visited Thursday night at the hospital in Buffalo Center with Marjorie Oswald. Oscar Frandle attended a soil conservation meeting at Lakota recently. Mrs. Frandle spent the evening with Mrs. Gertie Boehm. Commencement exercises were held last Thunday, May 12, at Rake with 16 boy* M* Rtrii r«Mtvlnv diplomas. Orvllle Dahl of North field spoke. Marjorie Ostwald underwent un operation for appendicitis last Monday night at the Dolmage hospital. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Klepping of Forest City, Mrs. C. O. Legricd. nnd Clemnns and Bona and Mrs. Burnild Lcgried visited Sund'iy night with the Oscnr Franclles. &®aC8SI3ff&!XC^^ I Council Minutes LAKOTA NEWS Mrs. Marlin Fisher of Thompson Is critically ill in the Dr. Irish hospital at Forest City. Mrs. Fisher 9 a sister of Mrs. Clifton Buckels and was a former Lnkota high school graduate. She is reported as somewhat improved. Mrs. H. H. Murray entertained the Methodist Aid nt her home last week Wednesday at a business meeting. Plans were made for n public supper to be held June 8th. A social meeting will be held May 23 with Mrs. Grabau as chairman. 4 From St. Joe In Livermore Hi Senior Class Play St. Joe: Seniors from the Livermore high school present their class play Thursday and Friday evenings. May 19th and 20th. Lorene Bormann, Irwln Weydert and Richard Thul from this vicinity are members of the senior class. The play will have a different cant each evening with Richard Thui being with I the cast presenting the play the first evening and Miss Bormann and Irwin Weydert with the cast for the last evening. Father Theobald attended the funeral services for the Rev. James Fitzpatrlck at St. Joseph's Catholic church at Barnum, Wednesday morning. Rev. Nicholas J. Becker went to Emmetsburg Tuesday to his appointment at St. Thomas paris'h. Mrs. Will Reding from here and Mrs. James Reding from Algona returned last Saturday evening from Rochester, Minn., where they had gone for medical aid. Welcome a Son Mr. and Sylvester Thilges are the parents of a boy born May 4th. This is their first child. Mrs. Theodore Besch, maternal grandmother, is caring for mother and child. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plathe and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Becker and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bormann and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Plathe home. Mrs. William Hammer spent Thursday at the Herliev Neilsen home near Bradgate getting acquainted with Ila Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neilsen, born on May filh. This is their first child. Mrs. Neilsen nnd Mrs. Hammer are sisters. Pinned Under Tractor, Gets Bruised Leg Portland: Clifford Rtnndorf vnu Thursday when doing some work and has a badly bruised leg which requires the use of crutches. Fortunately Bill Stewart was helping him and released him as soon as possible. Not Superstitious Friday, the 13th, was Lavin;i Jamil's 12th birthday and was celebrated with a party. Guests were Frank Klatt of Clyman, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. John Grossnick, Mrs. Mary Grossnick and Erick Herbergor fnmily of Watertown, Wis., returned to their homes lust week Wednes- rtrw nfter R visit here nt the Ben Klntt home and with other relatives. Mrs. Arthur Schweppe suffered a number of bruises and a large bump on her head Thursday forenoon, when she fell down the basement stairs at the Walter Jentz home, where the Schweppes have rootm. She is recovering from the effects of the fall. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and daughter, Edith, entertained the lady numbers of the school faculty and Mrs. V. J. Tatum and Agnes Goetsch at bridge Inst week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Tntum won the high score prize, Gladys Sleichter the second high and Pearl Chrlstenson the consolation. Mrs. Arthur Schweppe was the victim of a surprise party Thursday afternoon at the Walter Jentz home. Five hundred was played at four tables with Mrs. Arthur Mueller winning the high score prize and Mrs. William Jentz the low. Mrs. Schweppe was presented with a number of lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber entertained at a family dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Stoeber's father, W. E. Stoeber, who was celebrating his birthday anniversary. Guests included, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys. A family party was held last wefk Sunday at the O. J. Ranney home in honor of Mrs. Ranney's father, A. P. Peterson, who was celebrating his 91st birthday anniversary. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wllberg and family of Rlngsted, Mrs. Hugo Stark and Edith Laage of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and family and A. H. Peterson. Mrs. O. H. Stoeber and Mrs. R. L. Padgett entertained the Sew nnd So club at the home of Mrs. Stoeber Wednesday afternoon. Guests included Mrs. V. J. Tatum. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. George Boettcher nnd Mrs. Shelby Wcisbrod. The same afternoon Mrs. J. T. Walte was hostess to the Hook and Needle sewing circle. Guests included Mrs. Frances Lakln. Mr.«. Mary Hanson, and Mrs. John Krnm- er and daughter, Beatrice. ^ The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Saturday afternoon, May 14th, with Mary Ann Bohn. The following porgram was given: health talk. "Posture," by Irene Krausc; demonstration on Crocheted Rugs by Marjorie Brown; talk, "How to Build a Color Scheme Around n Figured Print," Marjorie Johnson; picture talk, Lavonne Newel; music talk. Shirley Frank, and poetry was given by Eunice Johnson, Shirley and Phyllis Frank. Rosemary Finnestad and Lorraine Wcgencr were guests of the club. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod nnd Mrs. C. H. Geronsin / were joint hostesses to the Fenton Woman's club at the Weisbrod home last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. J. Frank and Mr*. AUr«d .Meyers g»v« . Interest- Ing papers on their respective subjects, "The Anatomy of Personality," and "How to Win Friends and* Influence People." During the business meeting it WHS voted to semi $5 to the scholarship lonn fund. Mrs. W. T. Fish of Whittemore was nn out of town guest. The club year will close June 14 with a picnic. HERE'S THAT FAMOUS WOLVERINE WORK: SHOE: Algona, Iowa, Thursday, May 12— The city council met at the City Hall in adjourned session. Mayor Specht and all the councilmen wet's present. A motion was carried that two firemen attend the firemen's convention to be held at Ames during the month of May. Motion carried that city enter Into a contract with Thorpe Bros, for n well, contract price to be $4, 875.00. The following appropriating ordinance No. 475 was passed. KUrtric Light Fund J. W. Kelly, salary $ U7.SO Leo Bellock, salary 70.uO F. C. Dailey, salary 70.00 Tom Halpin, salary 67.50 j Walter Gorman, salary 67.50 H. E. Stephenson, salary 65.00 Ray Barton, salary 65.00 C. C. Wright, salary 52.5!) Adah Carlson, salary 70.00 Wayne Stephenson. labor 41.18 Joe Kelly. Jr., labor 37.40 Vern Scobba, labor 27.00 Dick Helmers, labor 27.00 Bertha Johnson, labor 11.20 Mrs. Amy Johnson, labor . .. 1.00 Mrs. Tlios. Schultz, labor 4.40 Shell Petrin. Co., dist 375.83 Milwaukee Ry., frt 240.21 Remington-Rand, mdse 102.00 H. W. Post, frt 28.90 Ry. Express Agcy., exp 3.87 Postmaster, postage 38 Water Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 37.50 Harry Barton, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 65.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 55.00 Earl Bowman, labor 52.80 Harold Roth, labor 52.60 H. W. Post, freight 1.65 General Fund H. A. Van Alstyne. salary ... 61.00 Arthur Moulds, salary 55.00 Cecil McGinnis, salary 50.00 Jess Lashtarook, salary 70.00 Elliott Skilling. salary 66.22 Willard Grogson, salary .. 56.50 Oliver Bakl'cn, salary 37.34 Frank Skilling, salary 35.04 Geo. Gunder, salary 40.03 John Helmers, salary 48.5S Herman Lyons, salary 30.43 Chas. Harvey, salary 30.43 Spear & MeVay, salary 24.64 H. W. Post, frt 2.03 Kruse & Blosom, prcm 50.00 Sewer Fund J. W. Kelly, salary 15.00 Fire Maintenance Fund C. C. Wright, salary 22.50 Kossuth Hospital, service .. 186.00 Uepo»H Fund W. G. Groashans, refund S.uO Passed and approved this 13th day of Muy, 1938. C. F. &MSCHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Lawrence Miller, Betty Dcloris Peterson, Lavonne and Louis Oesterreicher, Dorothy anil Betty Stewart, Paul Bruns. Paul Gartner, Dick and Darrell Batt. Daylc Bruns, Duane Higgins, Marvin Pruisman and Twylah Hamstreet. Tim Wftnt Acte—It p»y« George Becker is now able to be out after a ten day siege of the mumps. The Helping Hand club met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Dittmer. Mr. and Mrs. George Lannins; spent Sunday with the John SchrUib- ers at Livermore. Mr. ,ind Mrs. E. O. Mann were Thursday evening visitors at the Lyle Mann home. The Portland Peppy Pals are to meet with Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter, Saturday, May 11. Harold Nelson, Waterloo, spent the week end at the S. M. Petersons. His wife and baby returned home with him after a week s visit here. Clell Woltz, Hazel and Leo Woltz, Grand Junction, were recent callers al the Alfred Godfredsons and took W. D. Woltz with them to Winnebago, Minn., for a short visit. Mrs. Tony Jandl and her daughter, Mrs. Meniiet Trunkhill, with her two daughters, Delores aiyi Noreta, spent Thursday afternoon at the Floyd Bilsboroughs, Algona. — it wears a thousand miles, stays soft and scuff-proof VOU'VE probably read the •*• advertisements about thete famous Wolverine Work Shoe* in your favorite farm magazine. Now we've secured a stork of Wolverines In all styles, ankle lengths lo knee high*. And we invile every work •hoe wearer to come in and see the perfect work thoe. We've Investigated and tented this line—and every word they cay about Wolverine* i» true. They do dry soft after making and may •oft despite all weather condition*. The uppers are almost impmmihle to rip and tear, for tlie 4-ply thread Is tewed deep into the »iir- ATTORNEYS AT I,AW R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON * LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA ,1. I. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA \V. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 25t E. J. Van Ness G. W. Stlllman VAN NESS * STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone 58 ALGONA, IOWA face. The uppers are al»o sniff- proof and Hand up longer againat acids tlinn any work shoe we know. Lait and equally important. Wolverines are made of Shell Cordovan Horoehlde — a leather that outwear* any other work §hoe leather. You'll be under no obligation If you wish to drop In and examine a pair. And once you try Wolverinei, you'll never switch to any other grade of work shoe. WOLVERINE WORK SHOES WORK GLOVES HUB clothiers Leuthdld—Williams—Reynolds Used Cars '3? Oldsmobile Touring Sedan '37 Plymouth DeLuxe Coupe '30 Chevrolet Coach, extra clean '29 Chevrolet Coach '28 Chevrolet Sedan WASHING GREASING TIRE SERVICE - -: .•- • -:'..-1 -.- ..-• " . * HOENK MOTOR CO. Phone :5<)l \\Vst o!' Court House O.OJO.OOO.OOaOOOOOftOO.OOOOdOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOJOOOOOOOOOOoli' READ U. D. M, WANT ADS—IT PAYS" Wesley C. D. of A. Unit Has Election Wesley: The Catholic Daughters held their election of officers at their meeting Wednesday evening. The officers elected are: Tracy Ward, grand regent; Hazel Studer, vice regent; Florence Ravlin, prophetess; Edna Mae Lickteij;. monitor; Ruth Haverly. sentinel: Bernice Richardson, historian; Susie Pfiffner, financial secretary; Clara Erdman, treasurer; Clara Haverlv. organist. Trustees are Anna Loebig. Rose Laux, Thecla Eisenbacher. _Caro line Kleinpeter, Emma Studer ind Louisa Sicmer. After the busmen meeting an hour of entertainment was enjoyed by all. A covered dish luncheon was served. Mrs. Ruth Kunz and her daughter, Fidelis, were guests. FENTON NEWS Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Chas. Glaus were visitors at the home of Mrs. Dean's daughter, Mrs. Wallace Brown of Gruver, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bruhn became parents of a 9 pound daughter Wednesday, May 11. She has been named Alice Mae. Mother and baby are being cared for by Mrs. George Meyer of Whittemore, the mother of Mrs. Bruhn. What Girl or Young Lady Between the Ages of 16 and 30 would like to get an 18 day, 8,000 mile vacation trip FREE as guests of Algona Merchants? Somebody from Kossuth County Is Going to Get Such a Trip. Watch The Algona Newspapers for Complete Details Soon It' you know of somebody \vboiu you would like lo see £c( such a trip, prepare, now to have them enter this unusual event. No lottery, no drawing, but a ^ood clean contest with this jjrand trip to be uiven the person who p>es after it the hardest, and whose folks and friends will give her their support. Without a doubt, the top award of this trip is the greatest offer of its kind ever made in Kossuth county. There- will also be a $•>() cash award to a second entry. Watch for coiu- 'plete details soon. 150 Algona Business Finns Are Cooperating to make this trip possible ... it will be the thrill of a lifetime for somebody BY BOAT Old Victoria and "Brit ish Columbia via Al :iska Stcaiusliip lini;. from Seattle . . .a tri|i to ])i<-tniv>M m ' (<ata " Una Islaml on H ti'' !lss huttoni boat aiul re turn. V~*^s HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg;. Office Phone 400-J Res. 315 ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dcc'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SlfUJVAN.M/MAHON &LINNAN Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKKL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A, L. Rist over Rexall Drug Storo Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 32fl ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CBETZMEYER, BL D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. MKLVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over old Post Office Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 OSTEOPATHS DR. S. W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DK. II. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Cnll Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DK. L. CX NUGENT DENTIST Second lloor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. HTHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldp. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH. D. D. S. GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in old Postoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone llfl HKAI, ESTATE MURTAfiH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby BId K . Phone 105 VETERINARIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-r ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages '500 sheets) which sell for 75c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school puper. The Algona Upper Des Moines Inquire at The Upper Des Moines office for partruelars " i 1 1 > n I *, t j j t i s &utii»t'-*iVKioi

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