Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1931
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^ u « Sunday- eve- Volght won first tit Linda ftoeber, low. 3 high tot the bdys; , )ow. Refreshments guest*. •• i ,il Benefit Dawe Meld— "' 1 benefit dantie for the team took place lost KTS'a'y evening at the Hlg- Kill amf t^re was n. large at- H f"' whlttemore will have a F , th« field this- spring, as •"" n the proceeds of this ' "ni help'pay for equipment. rs Divided wlt»TFenton-- , boys and gMs' ' *™ k ' , f ^iS'-enmJ'anS; 1 ^ **ti^-K«*££ " -vei-pcrlod. At the tie the was 24, Fenton finally won, BCC Is Held— Hinff bee took place at Mrs. ferman Volgnt's lost Thursday-af- Cn, and attending were Mrs. Tan Meyer, daughter Hilda, George Meyer, Mrs. George ' Mrs' Henry Schultz, daugh ' ia , and Mrs. Arthur Heiden •mm* Wedding' is Announced— •Announcement was made, last lek Sunday at St. Michael's church f the approaching marriage of Leila Fit 86 " an(3 Dce Oswalt ' < A ferriage " cense was^recently Issued f Arnold Meyer, north of town, Id Jlargaretha Schneider, Algona, Lvw for West BendI Girl— ^ •Mrs. George Schultz, Mrs, Henry Ihtiltz, and. the latter's daughters titb anil Edna attended a recent lower at the Methodist church, lest Bend, In honor of Mrs. Victor n: The bride received many irents Are 55 Years Wed— l-The 0. J. Kaschmitters spent Sun |Th A ton, guests ot the George •ho were celebrating ESTsiith wedding anniversary. P-KMotanltter is a daughter of i Vricdmanns. •(tend Sliil Tourney in S. D-— _ • Among local persons who attendee 1 skiing tournament at Canton, S Suntav were Herbert Zumach jrtln aiA Harold .Wfcgner. Earl Uslnger, Lester Nellis, .and Itamy Volk. . mm B. B. Tournoy at lf>n» RocU— ••The annual county girls' basket 11 tournament will take place at me. Rock Friday and Saturday fcuary 2Q-ai>, and the boys' tour intent will take place at Ledyard •week later. • • : a Meyer 48; Party— > |A number of relatives and friend ent last week Tuesday evening a urge Meyer's, east of town, and 1 Mr. Meyer celebrate his 48th rthday. The entertainment was rds. r Sweeney Visits Here— | Father C. P. Sweeney, former .idle pastor here, now of the icred Heart parish, Fort Dodge Islted Father William Velt two pys recently. ule Grove Defeats Academy— | The Eagle Grove boys' basketbal i played the local academy boys t the public school gymnasium Frl : evening, and Whittemore lost t-W. . Other Whittemore. lilrs. John S. Cullen entertained I live tables of bridge last week Wednesday evening. Ella Burk< 7<m the high score; Mrs. Carl Han ™, second; Mrs. Jos.. McTigue tametsburg cut; Mrs. Grlppen, low IThe Harry Haases, Fenton, spen Vt week Tuesday evening a paries Laurltzen's. The Lauritzen e at Fairmont next day and Mr int#n drove on to Welcome t< 1 after.a business matter, • V. Elbert and his son, Walte ft Sunday to attend a skiing nt at Canton, S. B. The spend a week .with Mr, Elbert 1 , *'• Mrs ' Adam Hoffman, Bowdle Robert Flnnell and Henry Behnke Sunday at Rock Falls with w Flnnell, who- teaches In oHdatea school there, Robert '^Dolores are brother and sister "Arthur Heldenwiths and lit rn - -v. Wagoner's, Lon Mrs. wagener and' Mr "h ore slater and brother ana M rs . j. c Ho§rani ^ana "Chic" Wagner lef "" "iltimore, where the; employ of a pictiir 'eling salesmen Roupes w ere Walters, Algona, 'spen and wit* " elae ™lth IThe Mat's, fleld KQ8SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Scenes and Persons in the Current News clothing and supplies for shipment to victims of the .. Mexico, which was wrecked by an earthquake. 3—Presl- golcl medal to Lincoln Ellsworth In recognition of his flight over 1020. Mlelke were among the sick last week. The H. R. Zumachs attended a show, Ina Clairo in The Royal Fam- 'ly, at Algona Sunday evening. Kdna Lauritzen and a friend from Fentcn attended a skiing tourna- iient at Canton, S. D., Sunday. The Charles Lauritzcns were Sunday evening supper guests of the Martin Larsons, Seneca. Lorraine Botsford, public high school teacher, spent the week-end at her home at Britt. Miss Schiltz, high school teacher, spent the week-end at her home at Fort Dodge. Verdell Lauritzen spent the weekend ^at the Harry Haase home, Fenton. Earl In a critical condition. She has three children. Mrs. Henry Weber Operated On— Mrs. Henry Weber Is in Rochester recovering from an operation on her throat. Mr. Weber, who has been with her, returned Saturday afternoon, but will go to Rochester again soon and will probably stay till Mrs. Weber is able to come home. Mrs. Webor's mother, Mrs. Walters, and her son are staying at the AVeber farm and caring for the children during their absence. Yen at William ' and vlB »«4 Mrs. - f°f Mr. ana Mrs. n ° rtl ? of town, 8 pent the Le<) Walters hon>es - " Mart Ine Brennen, Mr 3 A!gon.a, H. R. Zumach, local meat dealer, spent Monday forenoon at Algona. IRVINGTONIANS REMINDED OF WINTERJF '82 Irvlntgon, Feb. 3—Old-timers, in talking about the weather, say this is the mildest winter since 1882. Jos. W. Wadsworth, Algona, and M. L. Roney both recall the winter and spring of '82, and say the weather was similar. Mr. Roney came with his parents from Ohio that spring, and got to Marshall county In time to enjoy a cold and snowy spring, which followed the mild winter. D. T. Smith, Algona, also recalls that winter, for he was teaching a singing school in the northern part of the county, and remembers that only occasionally he found it necessary to wear an overcoat. Some doubt that frost Is out of the ground but at least it Is out in some places. Morris Parsons and Russell Maxwell spent this week Monday afternoon using a scraper to level the ground around the Maxwell house. The soil looks and feels as it does in April when gardening starts. Hammers Entertain Many Guests— Mr.'and Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer and children were Sunday dinner guests at the John Hammer home. Others entertained there Sunday evening were: the Lawrence Deckers, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammer, and Mildred Balk, Le Sueur, Minn., niece o'f : Mra. Ed Hammer. Miss Balk is spending a few weeks with Mrs. William Hammer, while Mr. Hammer is employed at Madella, Minn. He'has been-working for the Tan- vllac mineral company and many later move his family to Madella. Missionary Society Will Meet— • The Missionary society meets February 20. The foreign topic will be chosen, and subjects are, "The Growth of the Church," "Educational Openings," "World Day of Prayer." The national topic will be The Indians, with talks on "The Economic Status of the Indian," ''In and Out of College," and "The Native Church and Pastor." A 25-cent supper will be served after the 'meeting and all are invited to attend, Cemetery Society Names Officers— "The .annual business meeting of the Irvington cemetery association was held laet week Wednesday at ternoon at the elevator office. Frank Weber was reelected president, and M. L. Roney vice president. M. de L. Parsons, who has been secretary 30 years, resigned his office and Henry Weber was elected in his place. Stanley Woreter is treasurer. The assopiation is In a splendid financial condition. It was decided to purchase a new power mower. party Honors »lytbe Children— Twenty children were entertained at the church annex Saturday afternoon: ftt a party in honor of Wendell, Betfy, and Gene Blythe, who will leave with their parents this week Wednesday for their new home Jn Chicago. The afternoon spent in games, after which was served, Mrs. Blythe, who „„, „.*»» a member of the njission- ary and Aid societies, has been presented with a silver butter kniie anfl sugar shell by the societies. Cousin of Mrs. J. M. Cox Sick--- ^ra. J. M. Cox recently received W0rd that a cousin, Mrs. Glen Earl. Rge&opi, nj., ip critically ill in a hospital at, Kalama^oo, Mich. 1MrB - nitsworlhs to Farm Near Hurt— Edward Ditsworth and son Harry are "batching" on a farm they have rented near Burt. The family located on tho farm have moved and | Ed has moved his stock and ma- rhinery, and will be joined by the rost of his family March 1. ivening. Those who attended were Pauline Lewis Evelyn Behrman, iura Sewick, Evelyn Thompson, Jessie Stebrltii, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baring, at whose home the party was held. Sewing Club is Entertained— Kathryn Stebrltz entertained the sewing club Saturday. Those who attended were June Rahn, Doris Mae BJanchard, Imogene Roderick Doris Sanders, Marian Jensen, Dorothy Jensen, Deone and Delta Hawks, and Kathryn Mae Householder. Fnrewc'll for Jlrs. Roy Ulythe— Mrs. M. L. Honey entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Hoy Blythe. Guests were Mrs. David Blythe, Mrs. V. and Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi. luncheon was served. ,T. Schichtl A 4 o'clock Other Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Thornton, of near Elgin, 111., who have been at the Frank Thornton's for several weeks, left Saturday to visit relatives at Emmetsburg. Frank Thornton, who is recovering from injuries received In an auto wreck some wee"ks ago, is able to be around on crutches. Fifty-five attended Sunday school last Sunday at 10 a. m., an earlier hour than usual because of the absence of the Rev. Mr. English. A half hour song service was held, and new song books which recently arrived were used. The collection was .$3.00. The P. W. Grobes and Henry Lof- ings. Mason City, were Sunday visitors at the A. McLean home. Mrs. Grobe has been ill recently with the flu. Cecil and Lewis Thornton, of this vicinity, have also been suffering with bad colds and sore throat. The Embroidery club meets this week Wednesday all day with Mrs. Cleve Stewart. A program will be given in the afternoon by Mrs. Nels Alitchell. Robert, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Armour Lemke, who has been bedfast since before Christmas, Is slightly Improved but still in bed. Mr. and Mrs. David Hines, La Porte, recently visited Mrs. Hines 1 sister, Mrs. Charles Sankey, here. TOYSlfsiP GOME TO LIFE IN LJ, PLAY Lone Rock, Feb. 3—The pupils of first, second, third, and fourth grades, taught by Evelyn Thompson and Harriett Fish, gave a program last week Tuesday entitled, "Midnight in the Toy Shop." The story tells how after Mr. Oggen- helmer has looked up his shop for the night the dolls all come to life and give a little song and dance. Characters were: Blue Top, Clara Bierle; Sally, rag doll, Vannita Wegener; clown, Wm. Householder; Capt. Dick, Wallace Hobson; Antoinette, French doll, Doris Sanders; Indian Chief, Arnold Reilly; Mr. Oggenheimer, master of shop, John Sprank; Bennie Benson, school boy, Bernard Genrich. Betty Reynolds, a little girl, Maxr ine Flalg; Mr. Reynolds, her father, Donald Ackerman; Mrs. Reynolds, her mother, Viola Sprank; dolls, Betty Marlow, Wilma Marlow, Mary Ann Flalg, Dorothy Jensen, Dorte Mae Blanchard, June Rahn, Lucille Genrich, Maxlne Simpson; drums, John Orvick, Harold Nelson, Marvin Rath, Raymond Bierle, Earl Swan, Irvin Olson, Klrwood Quinn, Raymond Janvrin. _ Tops, Dorothy Hobson, Ruby Nelson Lorabelle Householder, Irene Van Denbergh, Mary Jane Hofius, Verda Belle Thom»son, Violet Nel- Junvriii: Family to Bancroft— Mrs. Clarence Janvrin and children have moved in with Mrs. Jan- vrln's uncle, A. H. Doleschal, ai Bancroft. They moved their household goods last week. Mr. Janvrin is employed in Chicago. Last B. B. Games Dated— Next week Tuesday the Titonka boys play here, and next week Friday Seneca will play here in the last game before annual tournaments. N Another Movie is Scheduled— The show for Saturday night wil be Greta Garbo's "Anne Christie." 85 "SURPRISE" SENEGANS WED 40 YEARS AGO Seneca, Feb. 3 — Last week Monlay night Mr. and Mrs. William )sborn were surprised by 85 rela- Ives, neighbors, and other friends, vho called to help them celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. A program furnished the greater part of the entertainment: solo, : Love You Truly, Mrs. R. L. Ross- Vian; scripture reading and prayer, Joseph Anderson Sr,; reading, Oh Wife of Mine, Marjorie Wilberg; luot, Down by the Old Mill Stream, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christenson; reading, Th e Red Disc, Hazel Anderson; quartet, Silver Threads Among the Gold, Mr, and Mrs. Jhristenson, Mrs. R. L. Rossman, and Ralph Jensen; solo, .guitar accompaniment, -Lll'e'M Railway to rTcaven, Joseph Anderson Sr.; ciuur- L-et, when You and I AVere Young, Maggie, Mr. and Mrs. Christenson, Mrs. Rossman,• Mr. Jensen. After the program J. H. Jensen, tonstmhster, made a -few remarks and in behalf of the gathering pro- sented the couple with a library table. Both Mr. and Mrs. Osborn expressed thanks. Following the program lunch was served cafeteria style. Mrs. J. H. Jensen made the anniversary cake, which was cut and passed to everyone at the close of the luncheon. The rest of the'evening was spent it visiting. Mr. Anderson contributed several more songs with guitar accompaniment. Mr. and Mrs. Osborn have made their home here contlncously since their marriage in lljfol, and have reared nine children, all of whom were present on this occasion except- the eldest son, Larkln of Seattle. PAGE THRM1 Mrs. William Klein Dies- Mrs. William Klein known Seneca pioneer, Sr., died well- Jan- Paul Saxtons, Fenton, and the Roy Osborns, Seneca, spent last Thurs- day'evening at Lawrence Saxton's, the occasion being the fourth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton. Mrs. Martin Thompson Sick— Mrs. Martin Thompson has been confined to her bed since January 24 with pleura) pneumonia. Alma Madison, trained nurse, has been caring for her since last Thursday Mrs. Thompson has been and re mains In serious' condition. Other Seneca Last week there was a misunderstanding concerning Mrs. Henry McGregor's illness. She was operated on for mostolditis instead of appendicitis, nt a hospital at Algona. Mrs. Roy Christenson Is helping with the household duties at the McGregor home. Mrs. McGregor Is recovering. Mrs. Chris Madison, Lone Rock, helped her daughter, Mrs. Charles Osborn, of Seneca, put up meat last week Wednesday. Mrs. Osborn has been suffering with an Infected .law bone since sh e had some teeth extracted. The J. H. Jensens drove to Rake Sunday to visit Mrs. Jensen's brother, 'Hllmer Jorgenson, and attend the christening 'at his Infant son. who was named Harold Leroy. The Lutheran Aid met at Mrs. August Nelson's last Thursday. A potted plant was ordered sent to Mrs. Martin Thompson, a member who is seriously sick. South Cresco Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tuthlll and Eva Whltford, Cedar Falls, came last week to see Finley Whitford The Roscoe Whltehills, Floodwootl Minn., visited him Saturday. Mr Whitford has been' seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton and N L. Cotton took Mrs. N. L. Cotton a far as Fort Dodge Sunday, and sh there took a train for Ames' to vlsl the Harley Shellltos. Mr. an'5 Mrs. R. E. Trainer son, Kanawha, and Mrs. Claud Ackerman, Burt, and the. Frank Flalgs were entertained at Jim Ackerman's Sunday. Fifteen attended sewing circle at Mrs. Frank Flalg's last week Thursday evening. The circle meets at Mrs. Wm. Thompson's next Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle 'Rosendahl, Superior, and Rose Krause, Ayrshire, were over-Sunday visitors at the William Krause home. Mrs. W. Hlllman and daughter, Welcome, Minn., came Friday for a visit at the F. E. Genrich home. They 'returned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westergaard, Graettinger, and the H. C. Morten- sens, Rlngsted, spent Sunday at Frank "Flaig's. The Roy Jensens drove to Marshall, Minn,, for a week-end visit with relatives, returning Sunday. The Auxiliary meets next week Wednesday. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Tina Jensen will serve. Mrs. Otis Sanders and son went to Renwlck Sunday for a week's visit with relatives. The woman's bridge club was entertained at Ernest Jensen's Thursday afternoon. uary 23 at the home of a daughter, Mrs. E. L. Trost, Waterloo. The body was brought to Bancroft, and funeral services were held last week Monday at St. John's Catholic church, the Rev. J. D. Fisch in charge. Mrs. Klein's death followed a lingering illness. Her maiden name was Catherine Baehr, and she was born at Sublett, 111.,' on August 10, 1850, being 8,1 at death. She was married t o William Klein January 25, 1809, and ten children were born. She und her husband came to Kossuth 50 years ago and settled on a farm one mile south of Seneca, where they lived till he died in 1924. Since then she had been making her home with her children: Mrs. Margaret Lynch, Lone Rock; T. P. Klein, Bancroft; William Klein.Jr., Lone Rock; Mrs. Trost, Mrs. Gertie Ken-, and Jack Klein, AVaterloo; Mrs. P. -E. Beck, Hudson; Mrs. Lena Reimers, Lake Arthur, La.; Mrs. Kate Engesser, Balaton, Minn.; and Mary Keller, LaUii Arthur. The pall bearers were Jos. Crowley, Jos. Sandschulte, I. F. Engesser, Jos. Engesser, Arthur Paulsen, and Paul Lonerga.n. Harold Clayton, his sister, Mrs. Ward McWhorter, and the latter's daughter Nancy Claire, of Mason City, were visitors Sunday at Ar B. Clayton's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cook, Burt, were guests Sunday at C. H. Potter's. / Guests Sunday at L. D. Potter's were the William McDonalds, Des Moines; the Ray Miners, Merlden; Mrs. Martha Potter, Algona; Mrs. Ellen Potter, Sioux City; the B. C. Potters and Otto Laabs; and Audra, Vivian, Dwight, and Richard Potter, Seneca. Callers were Mr. and Mrs. H. Potter; also Mr. and Mrs. B. 3. Potter and their daughter Joyce, who were en route home to Seneca after having spent Saturday night it Britt attending a family gather- ng at the home of. Mrs. Potter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark. Mesdames Martha and Ellen Potter accompanied the Miners home for a .veek's stay. At a recent telephone meeting officers were elected: William Runch- sy, president; A. E. Clayton, vice president; Mrs. C. H. Potter, secretary-treasurer; directors—line 7, M. N. Phillips, line 16, G. W. Brown; line 25, H. L. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sparks Went to Nevada early laet week, and B. F. entered the Adventist sanitarium for treatment. He was to undergo a minor operation Monday. The son, D. D., went down Saturday night by rail to be with his parents for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huldeman have closed their year's work at the county farm, and Sunday they went to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark, Algona. They expect also to visit Mrs. Huldeman's brother, R. C. Clark, at International Falls, Minn. They are undecided on future plans. The Charles Runcheys moved Saturday from the E. J. Gilmore farm to Algona,. and the George Brezees moved from the Hargreaves tenant BUSINESS DIRECTORY K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded In lf(MU Entered to Secortd-Claea Matter eoember 31, 1908, at the PoStottte* at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. house to the Glmore farm. Mrs. C. F. Walters and her son Leo are at the former's daughter Mrs. Henry Weber's near Irvington, cm-ing for the Weber children and looking after the farm while the Webers are. at Rochester, where Mrs. Weber has had an operation on her throat, this being the third one. She was in a critical condition for several days, but is now reported doing well. girls. Both The Lu a point, Willard Quinn, Bierle, Charles son; tin soldiers, James Rath, Roy Simpson, Earl Ferris. Bancroft Wb» , .. . aam Bancroft won a double header from Lone Rock basketball teams on the local floor Friday evening. The girls' game score was 18-16. Lone Rock had the ball most of the time but failed to. make baskets. Bancroft's forward was exceptionally good. The boys' score was ?5-21. Both, teams showed good team work. Every Day Specials Post Toastles Kellogg's Corn Flakes Kellogg's Bran Flakes Kellogg's All Bran Kellogg's Rice Krlspies Kellogg's Krumbles 2 PKQS. 25c THEIIE IS A BARGAIN FOB YOU ON OUR SPECIAL TABLES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES— YOUR 4 ||^ CHOICE FOR _ I VV We are handling the best meats we can buy — Baby Beef, Pork Products, Veal, HOME MADE Hamburger and Sausage. AU kinds of Cold Meats Ready to Serve, us A TBIA:U We are here to serve and please'you H.R.SORENSEN 4 COMPANY E.v-.Scnccans Brief Visitoi Neil Osborn, Charles City, and Taft Haddy, Mason City, surprised the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Osborn, when they arrived for the, anniversary celebration of Neil's paretns _last week Monday night. The boys had only a few hours to visit, for they had to be back at work next morning'. Neil works in a creamery at Charles City, and Taft in the tire department of a Ward Store. The Haddys once owned the Seneca store, and Mr. Haddy now operates a Mason City suburban store. Wedding Anniversary Celebrated— The Jens Petersons, Rlngsted, the Clarence Saxtons, Armstrong, the LU VERNE BOYS WIN FROM GILMORECITY; GIRLS LOSE Lu Verne, Feb. 3—The best games of basketball this season were played Friday evening against the Gilmore City boys and games were hard- Verne girls lost b 31-30, and the locarboys won, 32-17. Rlstau starred for Lu Verne, and Sorenson played a good game at guard. Last week Tuesday evening the local girls played at Bancroft and won, 28-21. This game was also hard-fought. This week Tuesday evening the Algona boys will play here, and this week Friday evening Clarion boys and the Ledyard girls will be here for the last home games this year. Kenefick is Speaker. Dr. M, J. Kenefick, M. P. Weaver, and E. P. Hancher, telephone manager, attended a meeting of (the Humboldt Rotarlans last week Tues- night, and Doctor Kenefick spoke on the objects of Rotary. Alan Loth, a lawyer, secretary of the Fort Dodge club, also spoke. NEAV LOCATION— THE ALGONA Hatchery, !'/£ blocks south Iowa State Bank. Ilu21 When Planning Your Home don't overlook the fact that quality lumber is' essential to satisfaction. Lumber that has been carefully selected, graded, and seasoned saves time in erection, insures sound construction and makes a better appearance. Our advict anplans is-frtt. Ask tu for it. Botsford Lumber Co. M. J. POOL Phone 2M Alfona, Iowa. fuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiiin BS » • Greatest Radio Price Sensation of the Year SO to 75% Reduction Mighty Majestic Radio priced for everybody. Think of it, this $147.50 Radio for S69.OO exactly as cut shows Model 93—$177.501 radio for $72.00 ana all other models reduced from 50 to 75 per cent. These are standard 1931 radios, and we are overstocked and miist close them out way below wholesale 1 cost. And, remember, our expert service goes with every set. We are authorized ~~ dealers and we install and take care of your radio for 90 days free of '-charge, and give you some liberal guarantees. If you are planning on buying a radio be sure to conwj in and get a bargain. We have 10 radios to go at these prices, and they are all brand new sets, never out of the factory crates. Our 1933 line of Majesties is also being shown at our show rooms. 1932 prices range for Super-Heterodyne, 9 to 12 tube sets, from $49 to t>o»'t fail to see them. Godden Radio & Elec East State Street, f i • t . ,- i i LAWYERS B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON ft MILLER Law Offices. hones: Office 427, residence 114. Algona, Iowa. J. L. 110NAR Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. fflce phone 460-W. Algona, low*. ULLIVAJf, McMAHOJf & LINNAK W. Sullivan S. B. McMahon L, B. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law hones: Office, 261; J. W. S., 309; E. Me, 403. Algona, Iowa. HARRINGTON & DICKINSON P. Harrington I/. J. Dickinson Attorneys-at-Law hones: Office, 287; T. P. H., 440 . J. VAN NESS 0. W. STILLMAH Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank. hone 213-W. Algona, Iowa. D. Shumway B. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY - ' Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block, hone 58. ' Algona, Iowa. L. A. WINKEL Attorney-at'Lair Office in Quinby Building. Phone 180. DOCTORS KENEFICK & CRAWFORD Jl. J. Kenefick R. H. Crawford Physicians and Surgeons, f flees: .Algona Hospital; phone SM Residence Phones: Cenefick, 57. Crawford, 111. C. H. CRETZMEYER Physician and Surgeon Office In John Galbraith Block, hones: Office 310, res. 444, Algona WAITER FRASER, M. ». Physician and Surgeon fflce in Quinby Bldg., Room Phone No. 12. 14 DR. W. D. ANDREWS steopnthlc Physician and Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat— X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation Parlor. 'hones: Office, 187; residence, 681. DR. P. E. WALLET Ostcopathlc Physician. Rectal diseases and confinement cases. Office phone '79. Residence 211. Over Zender & Caldwell Store. ALGONA, IOWA . P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office on South Dodge Street. Phones: Office, 666; residence, 1M» Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DE. A. D. ADAMS ' Dentist Office in First National Bank Bid* Phones: Office, 20; res., 25-W. V DR. H. M. OLSON Dentlft Located over Christensen Stan Phones: Business 166, Residents* 4W: .'... . •, Algona, Iowa •.. •'''.•:•'-.-.$. DR. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Located in former Dr. W. EL office, over Christensen Bros. Phone :183. ., : ' CHIROPRACTORS ^ DR. R. J. THISSEN ^;ll Palmer Graduate Chiropractor ••-*?•% Thirteen year's successful practice/.<Office over State's Cafe. ^ ' VETERINARY L. W. FOX .Veterinarian ; '! ; Weet State Street, Algona. • Phones; Office 475-W., res. 471-R. BUILDING CONTJUCTO1 COWAN A SON . . General Contractors. Estimates Furnished. : Phones: Business, 639- J; rea^ MACHINISTS NOBTON MACHINE WOKKB v Machinists and .Welder*. ^ v w ; Service stock on Piston Ring*. 1 and Bearings. West of Courthouse. Phon* SWIFT * COMPANY •Cash Buyers, Poultry. Eggs, and Hide*. Matt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264. INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over 115,000,000 worth of in in force. A home company, •acure. J. p. Parson. THE ALGONA IN8UHAK<J|| AGENCY C. B. L» Barre Al Reliable Ins. Servlo* Phone 55. City Property Loans. Fa,im. T TH|nl, Insurance. Real Estate. "T CUNNINGHAM ft IAC¥ ,/ 107 W. State.Bt. Algon*, JM^ . New and used Auto Part* • Tires and Accessories. ' Hides, Fur and W Iowa. HIMEOGWffiK -*.»-"

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