The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1938
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The Algonft trpjjg Peg Molngg,Algoim, IOWA, Axy- REVAMP RURAL SCHOOL ROUTES FOR SWEACTTY BUS DRIVERS Two Hew Buses Added For Fall Work; Four Routes Eliminated Swea City: The problem of transporting 200 children from their rur al home* to the Swea City consolidated school during the coming year has been fully solved for tho coming year by the school board this (.iimmer. Two new busses have been purchased, four old ones eliminated and three new drivers engog «d. Final details were settled at last week'* board meeting when contracts for drivers of the two motor buses were awarded to Clifford Smith and Weldon Brandt at J25 per month, plus $2.50 for the Insurance required by law. Clayton Real, non was engaged to drive a 25-passenger bus of his own purchase. In which he will haul tuition pupils from Eng'io end Swea township in rdditlon to t.iose within the northwest part of the district proper. Th« new buses will be kept In the school barn and will receive regular inspection from August Peterson. local garageman. Before the purchase of tht new btu*e* it required twelve routes to cover the 36 square mile* of what Is perhaps the largest consolidated district in Kostuth county. Eight route* will now be operated. Drivers of the five route* not previously mentioned will be paid from 158 to $72 monthly for operating their privately owned conveyance*. The driver* are Henry M. Larson, Jay Larson, John Lunn, Harold Roal•on and Ca/1 Berggren. took the place of the regular concert by the municipal band. A spec, lal number by a vocal sextette consisting of Elaine Kluger, Mildred Ltnde, Lucille Leland, Ardyce and Edith Dahl, all of Swea City, and Bernlce Horswell of Armstrong wag featured. Rev. and Mr*. H. E. Harvey and children and the Cecil Griffith fam lly spent last week fishing at Pelican Lake, north of Bralnerd, Minn. The party returned Friday night. Mr Griffith left the Rexall store In charge of Pearl Dahl and Mr*. Al fred Anderson during hi* absence Mrs, George K. Nelson and Dorl* •pent from Thursday until Sunday at the parental Watson home at Forest City. Mr. Nelson drove over on Sunday and from there the family went on to Elgin to bring horn* their son, Donald, who has spent the past week there with the Walter Bovls family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCrary and baby daughter, together with hi* mother. Mr*. Jennie McCrary, hi* sister, Opal of St. Paul, and his grandmother, Mr*. W. C. Barger, spent last Thursday at Fort Dodge visiting hi* brother Raymond. Raymond who held the Baptist pastorate at Ayrshire a few years ago, is operating a grocery »tore In Fort Dodge. The Swea City school band played a concert at Reynold Park last Friday night under the direction of Gerald Nlemeyer. Thl* program Chicagoan ViiiU Parents in Wesley Wesley: Mrs. W. F. Lyons of Chicago Is spending a ten day vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reno. She visited last Sunday at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sheets of Britt. Sunday the five Reno sisters. Mrs. W. F. Lyons Mrs. LuciKe Klrkpatrlck, Mr* Paul Flaherty, Mrs. Ernest Sheets and Helen Reno will go to Ledyard to visit their only brother, Leo Reno and take Mrs. Lyons back to her home next weeki Mrs. Sheets and Mrs. Flaherty will accompany their parents and all will spend a week visiting relatives at various places In Illinois and Indiana. Wewley Juniors Win At the Indian Day celebration at Tltonka August 15, the Wesley jun- :ors shut out the Tltonka Juniors by a score of 1 to 0. The batteries for Wesley were Lloyd and Vltr- thum. Five Innings were played. Ooea to Illinois Mrs. Barbara Schrauth took her granddaughter, Mary the tatter's home at Schrauth to Batavla, 111. Mary I* the daughter of Mr*. Teresa Schrauth. Her father, Victor Schrauth, was killed by lightning several years ago~ She had visited here since the flm of July. Oil Men on Trip J. P. and Alf Studer, Wm. Ward, C. W. GosIIn of Woden. Erlckion of Corwlth and several other K. & H. Oil company men left for Omaha Wednesday morning to go through oil laboratories. They returned Thursday night. Buy* New Car Sam Strlley Is driving a new Pon- tlac car purchased last week from the Wesley Auto company. Weeleyan* Go Fishing Mr. and Mrs. George Kelsh, MM. Irene Studer and family and Lester Metllle of Corwlth spent from Monday afternoon until Tuesday evening at Lost Island fishing. Sewing Circle Meeta The Stitch and Chat circle of the •lethodlst Aid met with Mrs. Vee Mullln last Wednesday. Oo to Buffalo Center Mr, and Mrs. R. C. Bauer. Ruth Mary and Ralph spent Thursday venlng at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Charles Kraus was hostess to the Good Will circle at her home Wednesday. Mrs. Esther flkow purchased a 1938 Chevrolet from the Wesley Auto Co, last week. Ben G. Studer exhibited the grand champion Shorthorn bull at the North Iowa Fair at Mason City. W. H, Henderson and daughter, Lois of Traer were Thursday night guests at the L. L. Peffer home. R. C. Bauer with four other men, left Saturday of last week for a few days fishing In northern Minnesota. Hilda Goetz returned to Wood, Wisconsin, Saturday after a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetc. Dr. and Mrs. Richardson attended an osteopathfc picnic at cottage of Dr. Jennings at Clear Lake on Sunday, Augut 14. Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake and Chas. Uhlenhake drove to Mason City last Sunday to visit Mrs.'John Brandt who Is In the Mercy hospital. The little son of Gordon Glddlng* has been taken home to his parents after careful care for six month* In the Raymond Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt and Mrs. AI Wagner drove to Mason City Monday to get Nina Mae Wagner, who has been visiting there the past week. Front* of the Klelnpeter store and the Benton cafe have received a fresh coat of paint. The work was done by Paul Erdman and "Bum" Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullln and family leave early Sunday morning for Council Bluffs to attend a family reunion of relatives of Mrs. Mullln. Dr. and Mrs. R, K. Richardson attended the monthly osteopath-.c clinic meeting at the home of Dr. News Items of Fenton Vicinity MM. Kate Newel of Hartley «pent la*t week W*dn«*day twrt wit* Ml atlve* and friend*. Herman and Rudolph Rhode of Mr MBto, Mn r viiited with Fenton f.-fend* lait well Monrtav. Dr. and Mr*. J. A. Mueller and daughter, Vlrflnla Roth, *penl ThtiiMsay evening; with Dr. and Mr*. J. W. McCreery at Whll'»,.»ore, Blllle and Marilyn Boettcher and Joan Chlpman ot Burt vlilted with Bll!le and Marilyn'* undo and aunt, Mr. and Mr*. E. C. WeUbrod la«t week. Mr. and Mr*. Qerhart Kraute and Children of Corwlth vlelted with the former'* brother, and *l*t«r-ln-!aw, Mr. and Mr*. week Tuesday. Ervln KrauM la*t Margaret Oronau of Chicago, who spent three week* here with her niiter, Mr*, Theodore Mueller and family, returned to her hotne la it week Mondriy evening. Mr, and Mr*. Selmer Larion and daughter, Caroln, Arltne and Arthur L«r«on, all of Decorah, (pent from Tuesday to Thursday with the Larsons sister, Mr*, Raymond Prlebe and family In Fenton and another flitter, Mr*. Arthur Prlebe and family at Lone Rock. Marjorle and Eunice Johnion., Harold Meyer at LuVerne Monday evening. Father Llnu* Elienbacher of Fort Dodge spent several days this week visiting at the home of hi* parent*, Mr. and Mr*. Ignatiu* Efsenbacher. Leila and Anna Wester came up from Ames Tuesdny and Leila will spend a couple of week* here at the home of her parent*, Mr. and Mr*. Emll Wester. Guy M. Butt* left here Monday on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota lakes. He stopped at Plymouth to get his two nephew*, ions of Mr. and Mr*. H. J. Ehler*, who accompanied him on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Harris and two children of Elmhur«t, III., Mrs. Mae Harris and Mary of Algona were dinner guest* at the Lawrence daughter* ni the E. K. Jonn«on«, were la*t week Tuesday dinner pucsts of Uarl^ne and I<u Marie Brayton of Burt In the afternoon tho girl* attended the theatre, had a dip in the Algona swimming pool rnd picnicked at the Call Bute Park. Richard and Mary Ellen Thee* field/ Kay Ru*ke and Martha Mienke submitted to tonellectomy operation* at the Dr. Mueller hospital, Thursday. Dr. Kirkegaard of Ring- (ted gave the anaesthetic and Alma Madison, R. N. Lone Rock, cared for the patient* during the day and night. Martin P>>r;l, second lieutenant In the U. S. army who hr.«, been at Fort De* Molnes for two week*, and hi* friend, Kathleen White of Iowa City, returned .to Iowa City Saturday after a week'* visit with Mr. Peril's parent*, Mr. and Mr*. Adolph Pert!. Martin will again attend the State University this fall. Mr*. M. M. Chlpman and Mr*. William Boettcher and Mr*. LeRoy Boettcher, all of Burt spent Wednesday afternoon a* gueit* of Mr*. and Joan Chlpman who ipent tine* Sunday her* at the Weisbrod home, returned home wUh their mother*. Mfttf'yn B-xtUher, al*o a vl«U.w in the V/eisbrrd It. mo, remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mr*. Martin Wittier* and ion*, Lloyd and Bobby, returned home from Dubuque la*t week Monday evening where they visited Mr. Wllberg 1 * titter*, Mr*. Clarenc* Anderton and Mr*. B, A. Elsen- tchmldt and their famine*. They were accompanied home by Mr. Wllberg-s parent*, Mr. and Mr*. Net* Wllberg, who have been visiting In Dubuque for the past two month*. Henry Soever* Lita*. Mr*. Chat. and daughter. Steinbeck and E C. Weisbrod. Blllle Boettche gue iTlle home one day last week, nlng they were supper That eve- guest* at and YOU can get /> with STANDARD RED CROWN THE LONG MILEAGE GASOLINE ^4 SPECIAL SUMMER BASOUHE/^^STANDAflD Oil DEALER the Milton Glddlngs home. Visitors From East Leave After Short Stay in Burt Home Burt: Mrs. Clara Hook. Pittsburgh, Pa., and her daughter Mrs. H. Donovan and daughter, Dolly Cleveland, Ohio, left Thursday after visiting since Sunday at the G. P. Hawcott home. Mrs. Bertha Wallace accompanied them to Mason City, where they were to visit Mrs Wallace's sons before going back to their homes. Mrs. Hook 1* Mrs, Wallace's sister-in-law. , The J. D. prahams, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck, F. O. Stow and Bertha Daniels attended a family reunion at the J. T. Graham home In Algona last Tuesday, which was In honor of Mr. Graham's 83rd birthday. A number of other relatives also attended. Boettcher Bros, are having a basement dug under their meat market which will be used for fuel and storage. The old Ice house and shed back of the shop will be torn down and a lawn made back of the shop which will be a great Improvement to that street. Aaron Taylor was In Mason City last week where he showed some of his hogs at the Maaon City fair. Son Bom to Burt Pair Mr. and Mrs. James Chrlsten- sen are parents of a son, born on Friday, Aug. l&th. The Christen- sens have one daughter. Return* from Fishing Supt. and Mrs. M. C. Bowie returned Tuesday from a week's fish- inb at Leech Lake in northern Minnesota. They returned by way of Wisconsin, visiting some of the beauty spots of that state. •on, Lyle, Mr. and Mrs. John Planting and family, of Oraettlnger, Mrt, Mae Volgt and children of Welcome. Minn, were entertained recently at the home of Mr*. Volgt'* *on-ln- law and daughter, Mr. and Mr*. Paul Klenz at Welcome, The gathering wa* to honor Mrt. Steinbeck and Mr*. Volgt'* birthday annl- vercarle*. A group of friend* (urprlsed Mr*. John Gramenz on her birthday anniversary, last week Monday afternoon. The afternoon wa* spent .laying chlnker-check, after which unch brought by thi guest* wa* served. Attending wcri Metdame* Martin Hantelman, John Kramer, -Tomer Pi cut, RaymmJ Tletz, Wll- <rrt Holldorf, Ear! Dean, Chat. Jlaus, Sam Warner, E, C. Fauerby, Harold Goetsch and U. B. Steven*, Raymond Schmidt, ton, of Mr. and Mrt. Edward K. Schmidt, who 1* atationed at the Port De* Molne* Cf.'zen*' Military training camp, ha* been named a* ono ot the winner* of the Son* of the American Revolution Gool ClMienshlp medal*. The medal u awarded for out* standing work. Raymond It a graduate of the 1987 clMt of the Fenton high school and thl* fall will be second year student at th* Jowa State College, Ame*. Mr*. John Bellinger wa* the honored guest at a suprise birthday party given by her daughter. Mrr. Cha*. Weiibrod. A* her homn last week Tue*dav aft*rnco/i. Tht tlmj wa* ipent vliltlng and a two course luncheon wa* served at the cloee of the afternoon. Gue*U Included Mr*. Herman Luedtke, Sr, Mr*. Emma Curry, Mr*. W. E. Stoehor, Mr*. L, J. Wel*brod, Mr*. R. N, Kyhl, Mr*. John Newel, Mr*. J. G, Waterman, Mr*. John Light and Mrt. T. N. McFall. 8eger took th* car* for lunch. Ml** Margaret Devlne of thl* plac* WM a complimentary guett at the horn* of Mr*. Hetoe In Emmet*burg Monday when the afternoon WM »p*nt playing bridge. Ml** De- vln* hM be*n a member of tho •chool faculty at EmmeUburg for «everal year*, and ha* been hired for the coming year. __ Mr. and Mr*, C, M. Baker, Mr, and Mr*. O, Kenneth Howard, Mr. and Mr*. O, 3. Cayou and Dr. R. 3, Oltman drove to Okoboll Thurtday evening to join Mr*. Oltman who with her three *on* I* (pending a couple of week* there. The group con*f*t of member* of th* double fotiMom* bridge club here. Mr*. Edna Ooodmough and *Uter Ml** Margaret Malln have returned to their home h«r* after enjoying a two week* 1 vacation vl«ltlng many place* of Interest, Including Buffalo, Niagara rail*, and New Tor*. The trtp WM mad* by bu*. Patricia Ooodenough of DM Molne* I* ex pected at th* Malln home for a few day* vi«it next week. Lo§«« Horte From Sleeping Sicknett Lott* Cf«ek: O*c«r Leudtke lo»t on* of hi* be*t hor»e* from «!eeping aleknei* Ifttt week. Hugo FnuUtlch, Otto Ruhnke and Art J«ckmiin ench have A horie «lck with the »«me dl*ea»e. Lorn* Ruhnke »p«nt rrld»y with M«rte r«ul*tleh. Lonta F«ul*tlch I* vUltlni? flt the Efflll Blewtedt home In Fenton, Mo»t of th* thre»hlng run* uroond Lott* Creek have completed the*n* ln> for thl* year, Mr. and Mr*. Adam Lleb of Algona (pent the part two week* at the Bdwln Lle» home. Carol Jaekman, daughter of Mr, and Mr*. Art Jaekman, I* vUltlnf at the Frank Crulk*hank home. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Lleiener «l Algona were brief caller* Tuejday at the Herman Rl*«ener, Hugo Faulitlch and Carl Zumach home*. It J.Harrington i, L. wnrA» ATTdfllrtrr At Collection* will r*e«lv« prompt •tttMttfBi ALOONA, IOWA GOING AWAY? Then you-will want a "Travelers" personal accident ticket—26c p«r day—10 days $2.00. Be sure you are equipped with our Motor Roa*l Service—Automobile insurance with our Agency includes carefree ^notoring. Enjoy your trip and drive with safety and protection. Full Map service and tourists' guide for the asking. The Algooa Insurance Agency Phone 55 C. R. LaBarre W. B. QUARTO* H.W.MtUUHfc ATTORNBTi AT LAIT Office over Co. iavlng* Mb BUft. Office Phone 4JT ALOONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk, Bldf. Phm* 911 B, 3. Van Wet* a W, •UJlmaflv VAN NEM A iTTLLMAX ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office* In new Hei»e Building Phone 318 Alton*, fiweV. Oaylord D, Shumway »dw, D, K*u> BHUMWAY A MVLUr ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bid/, Phott* 6* ALOONA, IOWA HIRAM B, WHflV ATTORMBYATLAW Office in Hutchl*on Building Pbone 306 son, Gordon and Mr. and Mr*. Wm P. Glddlngs went to Tamn, Thur* day to visit the Guy Glddlngs, Jr. home and to attend the Tama In dlan pow-wow. Cito Kraj'jn ur and dnuzlitf Joan, and hi* mother of Waverly and a sister from Ohio spent a few hours at the O. P. McDonald nome Thursday. They were on their way to Minneapolis to attend a Kraushaar renlon. Marlon Bernhard. who has been taking a course In beauty culture at Waterloo, (pent last week here with her parent*, Mr. and Mr*. A. C Bcrnhard. Her parent* and the Floyd Koenk»3 went Cown after her last Sunday. A»»i»t« In J'hone Office ' Mrs. Clifford Schrader has been assisting at the telephone office thii imtil week, while .Martha Ruhnke has been enjoying u week's vacation at the home of her cousin. Jarnea Powers, at Melbourne. MINNEAPOLIS, .,.:^.^^*-^:u*l Tk« ckeict U c««ly m«J«. Tb« A*4«., Hot*l i> n tmied in the ctnUr oj th« - < few >tc^> u> tftop* Gatlti «ad dtn««» - »tn*dl in tlx G«»t< MJ.IC*.. AH Hp«-iic«r VUltom In Burt Mr. mid Mrs. Fred Hosencran?,, -Spencer, were dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Burt Family Had lU-union A family reunion was held it the Hann Kotstler home last week .Sunday. Tliose attending were Mr. and Mrs. J P. Patterson and their 'laughter of Orient, the Charles Moycrs, of Terril. the W. T. and H E. Moyers and Ed Moyer and (laughter. lont. and Mrs. K. J Hrn'ttj and IMI,.|I a business trip f, Mr ui-< Mu.iuv.|,.'li, (.-,) Thursday. Frances Vaughn returned to her home HI Kolfe Friday after spend ing a f.-w days with Hurt friend,. Mr.v \'...]rn,i Mcliridr and Ktn- Jieth Cook viaittd at Ihc Ituy Claw- I<i(d ijuuit ,il M.,.,,,,1 Cay la,t we-k SWEACITYANSON TWO WEEKS TRIP Swea City: Mr. and Mr*. E. L. Hannen, with their friends* Mr. and Mr*, Curtis L«r*on of Maple Hill are away on a trip to the Black Hill* and Yellowstone Park. They expect to be gone about two week*. Orvllle Molan arrived home on Sunday from Triumph, Minn., where he has spent several weeks help- Ing hi* uncle, Hlbble Abba*. Miss Esther Smith had her ton- 1U removed at the Koisuth hospital In Algona Wednesday. Dr. R. M. MInkel was In charge. Mrs.\Monford Peterson returned last Monday from a two week*' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressln, at Letts Creek. Mrs. Chas. Chamber* who Jive* north of town, suffered a badly cut Inger recently when she caught It n a corn sheller which she waa us- Kev. and Mrs, G. R. McDowell and family of Rowan visited friends here the fore part of last week. Kev, McDowell filled the Methodist pastorate here some years ago. The Arthur Pthrsons moved into the Hoeck reldence laitt Tuesday. The house which they vacated will be tenanted by Ha owner, Mrs. J. K. Pehrson. and her daughter, Mis. Anna Griffith. Miss Opal McCrary. assistant surgical supervisor at Midway hospital, St. Paul, in spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Jennie McCrary. The first of her three weeks' vacation was spent with a party of friends at Uurnside Lake, near Ely, Minn. She returns to her work at Ht. Paul on August 28th. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson of Washington, D. C.. will be interested to learn that the Petersons are the parents of a seven pound daughter, Patricia Ann-, born August 7, at the DCS Moin<-s (jeneral hospital. Harry, who 11 the son of Magnus Peterson. Swoi City, is employed in the department of archives in the nation J capital He arrived Tuesday for <i few days' visit and his mother accompanied bun back to lit 1 -, Muines to make the acquaintance of her nrst grandrtnld The baby's inater nal gntiidparents iiXf in l>e.s Muinc.-* St. Joe Residents Go to West Bend For Family Reunion St. Joe: Mr. and Mr*. Joe Stattle- man and family and Slater Ursula attended a Von Bank family reunion at the Joe Schaller home near We»t Bend recently. The Schaller*' daughter also a. Sister from Dubuque, wa* aUo prevent at the reunion. Mr*. Schaller Is al*o a •liter of Sitter Ursula. Back from Denmark We«t Bend: Quentln Kongibach arrived home Tuesday, from a two month*' trip to Denmark. Relatives of hi* father, the late J. C. Kongi- bach, live there. He say* any ono Interested In history, hlttorlcal place* and statue* of famous people would be interested In those countries over there. He say* he has had enough of foreign land* and will etay In the U. 8. A. Three years ago, he and a number of fellow students at Iowa State Teacher* College, took a trip to England, France, and even to Jerusalem and the Holy Land. Sexton Ladies Aid Plans Bake Sale Sexton: The Sexton Ladle*' Aid wa* entertained Friday afternoon with 18 In attendance. Mr*. Jergea Skow held Bible study, following he builnes* meeting. It ws» voted o hold a bake sale In Algona, Saturday, Sept. 3. The next meeting will be held Sept 22, with Mrs. Sim Beml*. Mitch Taylor wa* on th« tick list Friday. Mr. and Mr*. Leo Steven, Fonton spent Thursday at the Harvey Steven home. Mr». B. E. Sauncler* I* staying th«remainder of the w««k at th<slr cottage at Clear Lake, Mr. and Mm. Harvey Steven spent Thursday and Friday at Maple'0:1 Minn., with their son, Ucyd family. Air. and Mm. Arthur nichardaon Hid daughter of C'>irind;i were re<.<-..» *u«*tM of 8h«lv cousin, Harvty Steven and family. Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Ander- fcon, Juanlta, WaJter and Cecil left Thursday morning for a two week*' vUlt with relative* in Indiana. Tired of Ordinary Cleaning? THEN TRY THE ELK'S In every step of tlie cleaning proc- e«H, you get the advantage* of The Elk'H superior experience and «kill. The methods used are the latest and the best. That '» why *o many people prefer Elk cleaning to all others. You will too. f'onie in and look over our new fall wool en« — 250 patterns. 8«ld Your ftuite, Ormwo, Hw«-aU-r«, Glove,, IfaU, I)ritp<-* and Rug* to ELK CLEANERS NORMAN & J'KKKY Phone 330 ATTORNEYS- AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S.B. L. B. Unnaa Algona, low*. Office over KoMtith Mat Inc. BUf ALOOTf A, IOWA I* A. WIMKEL ATTORNETATLAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby PHTRICIAWS A'SUBOEOMI t. if. PHYSICIAN A SUROEOW Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rl*t over Rexall Drag tton Office Phone 300 Re*. Phone S3* ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRBTZMETER, M. D. Phone M4-11* SUROEON * PHYSICIAN Office John OalbralUi Bldf, MELVfN O. BOVBNK PHYSICIAN A SUROEON Office over old Peet Office Phone*—Office 197 Re*. OSTEOPATH* DR. S. W. HETKB ! Osteopathlc Phyticlan General Practice Special attention given to non* surgical treatment of rectal dU- ea.*., yartcoM vein, and rupture/ General Ho*pital Phone ItT OENTUm DB. M. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In New Call Tbe*U* Phone, Biuinee* 1M, Rec ALOONA, IOWA OB. L, C. NUOEWT DENTIST Second floor 8awy*r Phone 313 DR. C. O. ftCHAAF DENTIST Qulnby Bid*. R«s. Phone 174 und.iy The H A rh,,n, Mrv - K.i! I .S I > t VV,. ii i rj t n n A ; it 11 (uld VV Burt Women Back From Stay in Ames H Bl<». Burt and M i Mi, Mi.-. Jiiinu '! huiiiii .mi returned Ki fri-in i !>.',<, ,n.tK.-, vi>u ,ii trie L Cltmtnt rii.iiu- i! Arnea Thi < tiUo ijiimiihl ttn-iii hoiiu- ui'l •A i sit -,(; u, ;iui MiniiCMitu Former Burt Man Die* in Story City ! ! - f '* H -*- \ =* i i 'v" r ,* f, H J ti 'lie >.iii in If Mil < Mr,» Mi:., A-\Vvi. tj l**iS i* UJ) V tltg iitgil laivt Mi, OEOC II. WAUtATH, D. D. GENERAL DENTISTRY HAM,*, HOFFMAN DENTIST . fo» Dr. J B pfflc. MO We.tSut.BtM* Office Phone 478-W Re* 4TH.R ALOONA, IOWA B Typewriter Pape which *l tor for 500 Thl* I* * good gride bond P»P«r *nd will make •*•*. celUnt school paper. Tbe Algoii Upper Liver-more News &*t*aa£®&t^ visitors at the H. L. Zlgrang home Tuesday were Mr. and Mr. J H Zigrang of U*» Moines. who were on tiieir way to Can-ida. where they had borne buniness to care for. H L. Zigrang and hi* father Dennis Zlgrang. who u v|»U(rij here, coming from l.o* Ang«l«« California, drove n, Mmu«»oU un ihursd«y where they .uine bu»iiu-i»» <ii their (arm Mr utd Mia h(iv« been neie from visiting at the home Mrs VV K Mil| tr hiiv their /lure,; Oth MilU-r iiume liei,- and Mra, |. toll Miiu-, Ui4ii ijiintr -*ti B Mj .,nu Mrs. "., u tiy /ente. l.:,, y d j Ui v seatly ttjt in,' l

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