Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1931 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1931
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PAGE FOUR COtTtiTY ADVANCfi. AtflONA. IOWA BLUEBIRDS ARE PERFECT T, HE MONTH OF DIAMOND BIRTHDAYS I he birthstone ... i be sure your April diamond ! n a Bluebird. Doubly guaranteed registered diamonds with full track-in value . . . from $25 up. F.W.Wehler&Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. Phone 240. jfo/Aarfzed'distributor H, S, SENIORS WILL PRESENT 'THEBUSYBODY' The seniors have chosen the^r class play, which is entitled The Busybody. This is the story of a mother who has the fatal habit of prying into everyone's business. She is convinced that "mother knows best," and her conviction results in an amusing and disastrous jumble. The cast follows: Sally—Hazel Neellng. Archy—Wm. Ferguson. Hilda—Alva Benson. Mother—Burnetta Bonnstetter. Edward—Karl Shumway. Rosamond—Irma Dee Roupe. Minerva—Eleanor Backus. Miss Hammer—Marjorie Turner. Cadman—Edgar Flnnell. Baby—Helen Morrow. Janitor—Lyle Runchey. Cassldy—Everyl Adams. Detectives — John Simpson and James Vipond. BIddlebury—Genevieve Hartshorn. Professor—Peter Chubb. Lyle Runchey Is stage manager, with Peter Chubb as assistant. The cast has begun rehearsals, slage-fright has been overcome, and everyone Is now trying to acquire professional polish. DIAMOND RINGS AGED LU VERNE RESIDENT DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS Lu Verne, Apr 114 - witter Sr., 82, father . John Kla- of William Klawltter and Mrs. Fred Tlede, died Sunday night at 8 o'clock. He had been sick for months with cancer. He has been living with his daughter. All of the children were sent for and arrived before he died, and he i-ecognized them. The sons are Ed, Charles, and John; the daughters, Bertha and Mrs. Lwls Stevenson. All are from Illinois. Funeral services will be he'.d at the Lutheran church' this week Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, with burial In the Lu Verne cemetery. tor. Lofenz, son of John Qeltzenauer, secured the job. Other Lone Rock. The Harry Rahns and Gleen Leep. era drove to Fairmont Sunday to bring home Mrs. keeper and the children, who had beert- visiting vhere Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Macumb«r H. S. Boys Banquet Guests— The Rotary and Klwanis clubs gave a banquet for the boys of the high school and the academy last Thursday night. The boys met at the high school at 6 o'clock and received tickets, then went to the Woodman hall, where supper was served. Each card bore the name of a Rotarian or Kiwanian with whom the boy was to sit. After^ every one was seated, songs were sung. After supper Mr. Miller, president of the Klwanis club, and W. C. Dewel, president of the Rotary club, gave short talks, and were followed by Lewis Moore, of the high school, who spoke in honor of the men of the two clubs. The Rev. Mr. Boozer, of Ames, then gave the principal address. Supt. Overmyer presided. GRADES AT L, R, MAKE POSTERS FOR AUXILIARY Lone Rock, Apr. 14 — The Lesion Auxiliary met at the local post's hall last weak Wednesday afternoon for a monthly meeting. The secretary reported the arrival of popples for the annual sale, and after discussion it was decided to sponsor two poppy poster contests in the schools. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Jit's. John Sprank were appointed to purchase material for table runners to be made and sent to headquarters for use in veterans' hospitals. A dollar is sent monthly to the hospital at Knoxv^lle, also a dollar to the Auxiliary's adopted soldier, J. Phillips. Two members donated 78 cents to the Auxiliary's birthday box, and the flower committee reported that flowers had been to a bereaved member. Mrs. Pettit and Mrs. Ernest Jensen served refreshments. The last P. T. A. meeting of the year will be held next week Thursday. sent Geo. First—in the dough. Then in the oven. Vou can be sure of perfect bakings in using— J Freshmen Study Scotch Classic— Miss Krampe's freshman English classes have spent a few weeks on The Lady of the Lake. Two attempted to give the story in newspaper form, and spent much time on headings, such as "War Declared on Roderick Dhu," and "King Lost; Horse Found Dead." Other students consulted maps of Scotland and enlarged the district where the story had its setting, illustrating a Scotch dance. Several pupils made log cabins to represent Ellen's home and worked out a suitable background of forest and vines. Sterling Castle, with towers and turrets of gray cardboard, was brought into the class room. This was the result of a great deal of work on the part of three boys. The poppy poster contests will be for the oth and 6th grades and the 7th and 8th grades. First and 'second prizes will be awarded in each contest, and all the posters will be exhibited at a community picnic at the close of school. They will then be posted in business houses to advertise the annual poppy day sale on the Saturday before Memorial day. All proceeds of the poppy sale will be used in child welfare work. drove to Whittemore Saturday to visit Mrs. Macumber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Mlelke, and the W. T. Fish family. G. A. Sharp and his son Russell drove to Omaha last week Wednes' day with a truckload of hogs^ returning Friday. A. W. Lampe is at work again for the Champiln Oil Co., after having been laid up two weeks with the flu. The Glen Burts, Iowa Lake, were Sunday guests at James Acker man's. The Aid society will meet with Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer next week Thursday. Elsie Willrett, Algona, was sewing last week at Mrs. Gco. C. Hanna's. •Mrs. \V. J. Cotton and Mrs. H'. J. Rice took Margaret Schloeman to Armstrong Wednesday. W. G. Flalg and Ernest Jensen drove to Des Molnes last week Tuesday to attend a fight exhibition. Ruth Cross visited friends at Paton over Sunday. Lura Sewick was a week-end visitor at Sioux City. Claude Whitehlll, Llvermore, visited here last Thursday. •Mrs. Ed Blanchard has been sick with the flu. The W. H. Johnsons, Fort Dodge, visited the Ernest Jensens Sunday. Mark Simmons, Fairmont, was calling on friends here Friday. GRINlERTOR ST, BENEDICT IS GIVEN UP .St. Benedict, Apr. 14—The elevator has, at least for the • present, given up the idea of buying a grinder. Grinders of the size used by elevators require housekeeper, and Mrs. A. J. Fehr, Father funeral of Monslgnor Fort Dodge last Week There was a great attendance at this funeral. Father Griffin was for many years pastor of a Fort Dodge Catholic church, and when he had to give up the pastorate months ago because of health he was succeeded by Father C. P. Sweeney, of Whlttemore. Frocllclis Entertain Bridge Club— Mr. and Mrs. Don Froellah entertained their bridge club Sunday evening. This club consists of Messrs, and Mesdames E. F. Rahm, Loeffelholz attended the Griffin at Wednesday. a few falling and the electric a lot of company power, which 25 ounces for 25c MONEY TO LOAX —on— EASY TERMS READY CASH • SERVICE "We loan you money on a few minutes notice, in amounts from $50.00 to ?300. Phone or call tfn us, _as pur method is quick, courteous and confidential. We lend on household furniture and automobiles, and allow you to repay in 20 small monthly pay- merits. HAWKEYE FINANCE CO. Represented by CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W. State Street. Phone 598 Track Prospects Seem Bright— Algona met the Livermore high school Friday in a track meet here which showed real running. Algona won the high jump, pole vault, mile run, and all relays. The local mile relay team almost set a new high school record, and intends to beat the record before the season ends The record time on the mile relay is only four seconds shorter than the time set by this year's team. Coach Bonham is working hard to make a good track team this year, and has had pretty fair success thus far. Algona has hopes of turning out one of the best track teams the high school has ever had. The team is equipped with new white silk running suits trimmed In red. Fanners Are Buying Machinery— Frank Flaig has sold a John Deere tractor to Fred - Kading; a Fordson tractor to A. A. Dreyer; a 20-wheel disc to Philip 'Bros.; a spring-tooth harrow to Wm. Christensen; a planter to Carl Rath; and steel drags to William Rath and Harry Hobson. Mr. Flaig has the John Deere agency here. 5-Yoar-OId Girl Has Operation— The 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll was operated on at the Kossuth Hospital last week Wednesday for appendicitis. Gangrene had already set in, and .she was a critically sick baby for a time, but Is recovering rapidly now. serves this neighborhood -was unwilling to go to the expense of installing the necessary sub-atation for only occasional use unless the elevator would make certain guarantees which the board of directors did not care to accept. Another thing which influenced the decision was the thought that It would, be best to wait and see what competition the new portable grinders would offer. The use of portables is spreading rapidly and they may be improved in the next 'few years till they will almost or quite put stationary grinders out of business. Dan Froelich, Wm. Etch, Leo Arndorfer, Henry Arndorfer, Albert Johnson, Al Rosenmeyer, and John Ludwlg. Farmers Are Through Settling— Most St. Benedict farmers have finished seeding, and many are now shelling and delivering corn. Yellow corn was bringing around 46c Tuesday. Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Raskopf, Mrs. J. L. Raskopf, Helen Raskopf, Eleanor Rahm, and Mrs. Anna Huschka were sh'oppefs at Algona Saturday evening. •Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arndorfer Jr., Algona, and their son Sylvester spent Friday evening with JosephV mother, Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Seller and Mrs. Martin Rahm spent last Thurs day at Tltonka, guests of the Sell ers' daughter, Mrs. Martin Blelch Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfei were Sunday evening guests of Mr and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer. •Mrs, John Arndorfer entertained the Larkln club last Thursday at ternoon. . Leo Ludwlg and his mother, Mrs Geo. Ludwlg Sr., were shoppers a Algona Saturday afternoon. •Marie Grandgenett, who had been employed at Algona,. came home Saturday. Frances and Matilda Germann were afternoon callers one day last week at Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer's. Mrs. William Arndorfer called on Mrs. Mary Simons, who is sick, last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. John Witte and her daughter Anna were Monday evening visitors at William Arndorfer's. Geo. Arndorfer has been sick since Saturday with the grip. Frances Raskopf was sick Saturday and Sunday with the flu. Mrs. Tony 'Seller, near Sexton, was sick last week. Pearl Hniina Back to Work— Pearl Hanna has resumed her Two in State Music Contt-sl— A North Central music conference opened at Des Molnes Monday, with headquarters at the Hotel Fort Des Moines, and will continue through this week Friday. Algona is represented by Mary Elizabeth Foster and Gladys Rising, who left Monday to participate in the concert. The girls were accompanied 'by Grace Miller, local music teacher. The chorus in which the girls will sing is being organized by Jacob Evanson, of Flint, Mich. school duties at Mt. Vernon, N. Y., after having spent nearly six weeks with her parents while she was recuperating from a recent major operation. Trees Planted at Cemetery— Father Loeffelholz, J. M. Witte, and the latter's son Joseph drove to Hampton last Thursday and brought back a large number of trees, principally evergreens, which Mr. Witte and the sexton, Jacob Fehr, have set out in the Catholic cemetery a half mile east of town. The cemetery has never had many trees, but it is expected that when the trees now planted grow up they will add greatly to the beauty of the sacred ground. While the St. Benedict party was at Hampton they called on the F. M. Gerlemans, former residents here. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 7th day of April, 1931, in favor of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States as plaintiff, and against Earl M Toothman and Carrie M. Toothman, as defendant's, for the sum of Seventeen Thousand Four' Hundred Seventy-six and 67/100 ($17,476.67) Auto Collides with a Horse— Tom Engessor ran into a horse owned by Fred Simpson at a point north of town Friday night. The front end of the car was damaged .somewhat. GASH LOANS Automobile Loans — Refinancing. Payments cut down. Hero's What Pupils Road— The most popular books in the high .school book club are Queen Elizabeth, by Katherine Anthony, The Royal Road to Romance, by Richard Halliburton: Henry Irving, by Gordon Craig; The Dove's Nest, by Katherine Mansfield; The John Riddell Murder Case, by Corey Ford; and Mirthful Haven, by Booth Tarkington. Mrs. Sliiok Falls, Breaks Ann— Mrs. Watson Shick slipped on rug in her kitchen last week Tue day and fell. Her arm was broken between the elbow and the shoulder. She has suffered considerable pain. Mrs. Fisher Loses Granddaughter— Mrs. William Fisher went to Watseka last Thursday to attend the funeral of a granddaughter, Wilda, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rons Horner. Mulert Daughter at Rochester— Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rahm Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Phyip Immerfall left Sunday morning for Claremont, Minn., to visit the Fred Mulerts, returning Monday, When they arrived they found that Mrs. Mulert was at Rochester with a 15-year-old sick daughter who was going through the Mayo clinic, so they drove to Rochester to see them. The Mulerts are farming near Claremont, which is only 40 miles or so from Rochester. Dollars and costs, Hundred ($230.32) Thirty Dollars taxed and and at Two 32/10.0 accruing I'riebe Plans a Gas Station— Carl Priebe has purchased the two lots on the corner across from the Blanchard hardware store, where the O!d Wigwam stands, and will erect a gas station the're. Fh'ViUor Sei't'iid Job Awarded— Bui* were opened one day last week for second man at the eleva- Diistslorm Envelops tlio The duststorm of last week-end was especially severe here, there being not enough trees or buildings to protect the village. Though there were no clouds, the sky was so obscured by dust that the sun cast only a faint shadow. Motorists found it difficult to steer their cars against the strong wind, and they cou)d see no farther than In a fog. It was impossible to keep the dust out of the most tightly closed houses. Pastor .Attends Griffin Funeral— Accompanied by Marie Moes, his costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Earl M. Toothman and Carrie M. Toothman, A. L. Peterson, et al, to satisfy said execution, to-wit; Northwest fractional Quarter and the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (except commencing 22 feet, North of the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, thence South 22 feet, thence .e_ast 22 feet, thence Northwesterly to place of beginning) and commencing 22 feet West of the Northeast corner of the Southwest Quarter, running thence East 22 feet, thence South 22 feet, thence Northwesterly to point of beginning, all in Section Thirty- one (31), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, of Range Twenty-eight (2S) West of the Fifth P M. Kossuth county, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 7th day of May, 1031, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 8th day of April, 1931. L. E. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Penningroth and Holmes, Plaintiffs Attorneys. 31-32 Special Loan Service to farmers for the purpose of buying good graded milch cows. Loans can be made on cows you already have. Convenient terms. Glois 'Clubs are Practicing— Besides the usual glee club practice, the boys' glee club has been working exceptionally hard in preparation for commencement exercises. Miss Miller, music instructor, has selected a number of part songs, and the boys seem enthusiastic about learning them. So far progress has been made rapidly. GriniH'll Field Man Speaks— One day last week the high school as pleased to hear a representative of Grinnell' college. His subject was the. necessity of a liberal arts education before taking up professional courses in a university. Loans made at once. No delay. WES TERN CREDIT CO. Phone 55, Algoua, Iowa First door north of Iowa State Bank. WANTED—DRESSED CHICKENS. State's Cafe. .5u31-33 ROOM FOR RUNT — MEN PRE- f erred. 705-W. Gu30-31 FOR SALE—SEED CORN. Laird, Algona. W. E. 7U30-31 FOR RENT—FURNISHED ment.—Phone 99. apart- 6p31 Awards in Typing Given— Awards In typing classes follow: 50-word pin, Josephine Lee; 40-word pin, Annie Glllingham, Hazel Neeling, Helen Becker, Josephine Chubb, and Genevieve Hartshorn; 30-word pin, Catherine Shultz. WANTED—A LOAD OF Call Advance office. COBS.— 10g31 Juniors Oreaize Baseball League— Coach Aubrey Bonham Is organizing a junior baseball league in which only boys under 17 may enroll. The boys practice every Sunday afternoon at Athletic park. WANTED TO BUY — LAWN mowers.—Matt Holtzbauer. Phone C43. 9p31-34 SEED POTATOES, $1.25 BUSHEL up. — Potato Exchange, Des Moines. 9u30-33 GIRL WANTED TO DO LIGHT housework for Phone 073LJ. family of two 10p31 FOR SALE—FIVE USED DELCO GEO, L, MILLER Building Contractor We Do All Kinds of BUILDING Estimates Furnished 610 S. Dodge, Phone 753 Algona, Iowa. Other School News. The pupils at the Third ward school have been busy on fair work and completing the art schedule for this year. Supt. Overmyer, Miss Coone, and Miss Grace Miller attended a musical contest at Estherville Friday evening. Miss Wilson's Eighth grade reading pupils have been making airplanes and booklets on aviation. Miss Quinby's ninth algebra classes have been taking the Rugg-Clark standardized algebra teste. Such boys as Max Richardson are looking wild, for socialism Is -being studied in economics. Four teams will enter a sectional light plants.- ermore, Iowa. -Bert B. Brown, Liv12u28t: WANTED—STUDENT NURSES — Apply Superintendent Koseuth Hospital, Algona. 8u29t FOR SALE — LADY'S SPRING coat, size 1C. Also tan lace dress size 1C. Call 472-J. APARTMENTS AND ROOMS 30 east Kennedy street, two block south of new school. 13p3 WANTED—CREAM, EGGS, AND poultry.—Fairmont Creamery Co H. H. Boettcher, Rep. 10u25t commencement contest at April 18. Spencer HORSES. MULES, SHEEP AND writ 12p3 dogs sheared. — Phone or Meyer Bros., Ringsted. FOR SALE—7 PUREBRED Short horn yearling steers and heifers.— E. R, G. Riedel. Burt. 10p3 OR RENT—SLEEPING ROOM; also garage. Call Advance or G2-J after six o'clock. 13g22tf VANTED—EGGS FROM HEAVY breeds, especially White Rocks.— Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. Ilu29tf FOR SALE—HOTEL AND CAFE, 10 rooms, modern; ideal place for mall family; small payment terms. S T orth Iowa town SOO.—Inquire Ad- •ance. 22p31 VANTED — PLOWING TO DO— l.GO per acre.—John J. Collins, West Bend, Phone HG , On 16. 13p30-31 SEED CORN FOR SALE—HIGH yielding, early white and yellow. maturing, both Hugh Raney. 14p30-34 FOR SALE—WIMPLE'S YELLOW Dent seed corn, tests 97, $3.00 per bushel. E. B. Dittmer, Burt 15pfb30-31 FOR SALE OR RENT — SLIGHT ly used potatoe planter.—M. M Morrow, Algona, Iowa, Phone 850 . 14u3lU: FOR SALE — CHOICE YELLOW Dent seed corn, test 100, price $2 —O. E. Butterworth, Algona, phon 84. 16p31-32 K. D. JAMES RECOMMENDS an guarantees Erickson's wonderfu new Eczema remedy for most sever cases. 15p3 FOR SALE — HALF DOZEN SEC ond hand lawn mowers in firs class condition.—Matt Holtzbau«i Phone B43. 15P31-3 HAVE TWO FINE LOTS IN TER race Park, Okobojl, for sale o trade. Anyone interested write Loc! Box 122, Algona. 15g31t FOR SALE AT AUCTION—School hpuse No. 3 in Plum Creek town ship. Auction will be held at school house April 21 at 2 p. m. 22p30-3 1EED CORN, $2.50 BU.; HIGHEST yielding by test: Kossuth Rell- nce, Golden King, and Golden Dent. 15-re-test satisfaction guaranteed. Graded ready to plant.—A. C. Carlisle, 3-4 mile east of Whittemore. 30(FB)31-34 WANTED: EXPERIENCED single girl for general housework. Good cook, sound health, looking for a permanent place. Age, 20 to 30. Apin person.—Dr. S. B. Chase, Fort Dodge; Phone: Walnut 2760 or Walnut 1394 for appointment. IP YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWSPAPERS INC., 214 Royal Union Bldg., Pes Momea, Iowa. g32tf REGISTERED CERTIFIED Grimm alfalfa, Scarified sweet clover. Low prices. Shipped subject inspection, freight prepaid. Write 1 for club offer, free samples. — North Dakota Grimm Alfalfa Association, Fargo, N. D. Cooperative organization. 39(1)29-32 GET PAID WEEKLY—LIBERAL terms to right man in choice territory as sales representative for Wisconsin's Greatest Nursery. No delivering or collecting. Healthy work with good pay in a business of your own. Stock Northern grown, with liberal guarantee. Company established over 30 years. Write McKay Nursery Company, Madison, Wls. 60(1)88-31 THURSDAY A**.. ||( New Plan for Issuing Improved Telephone Bills Is in Effect Algona subscribers will receive their first improved bill for telephone service on about April 21 The new bill is neater more legible, and includes all long distance charges and all credits up to the date of the bill. This new telephone bill is dated April 16 and covers charges for local service from April 1 to May 15, inclusive, and any long distance service used from February 21 to April 15, inclusive. It will be noted that this bill includes charges for more than a normal one month period. This is necessary to introduce the new plan and bring all charges up to the new billing date. Hereafter, your bill will be dated the 16th of each month and will be received"about five days after that date. It will cover local service for one month in advance of the billing date and long distance service for one month preceding that date. Our business office will be glad to furnish any further Information you may want concerning this new plan of Issuing bills. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY KO&8UTH PROTECTION FOR FE COME IN ... let us show you the only Cream Separator you need never "trade in" ... the Separator that need never go back to the factory for "re-balancing"' . . . the Separator backed by the strongest guarantee ever written for your protection. In addition to the Self-Balancing Bowl, you will be delighted with the unusual construction that makes the Anker-Holth so easy to clean and so easy to'turn. ANKER-HOLTH Cream Separator with the famous SELF-BALANCIWBOWL 1 Interchangeable Discs have no numbers or notches. . . put them together any way you like. 2 Automatic Oiling... no oil holes or oil cups ... all moving parts oiled at start of handle. 3 Shortest Handle ever placed on a separator ... proof o£ easy turning. 4 Cream delivered at bottom. of bowl, sk}m-milk at top ; ... no chance of intermixing. 5 Removable Bowl 'Chamber/ ... no unsanitary cast iron bowl housing. 6 Precision workmanship that rivals the skill of a watch-. ''maker: • Drop in and let us tell yqju,the, whole story ALGONA—Farmers General .Store, Hobart'n.' BURT—J. H. Graham. WESLEY—Lease & Lease. WHITTEMOHE—L. W. Swansbn. LOTTS CREEK— Lotts Creek Store. Used Cars -- «|'«*l'Ur fl'Qj Entered as Second-c December 31, 1908, a t th j at Algona, Iowa, Un ^JI of March 2, • ' _LAWYJ ;RS B. Quart on Phones: office 427, re Office Iowa State Office phone 400-w - - - MJLMVAN, J. W. Sullivan --d w Phones: office, 281; , I 3. E. Me, 403. ' HABMWGToTTiJiJ T. P. Harrington u j Attorneys-at-La, Phones: Office, 237. T p lawyers Office over Iowa s Phone 213-W. Q..D. Shumwny SHUMW Attorneya-at-La» J; A. WINKEl Attorncy.»t-I, w Office in Qulnby B Phone 180, POCTOBT KENEFICK M. J. Kenefick „.,. Physicians and Surgeon Offices: Algona Hospital; phi Residence Phones Kenefick, 57. C. H. CRETZMEml Physician and Surgeon I Office in John Galbralth Bl Phonee: Office 310, res. 4«, j WAI/TEJIFIUSEIU,! Physician and Surgeon] Office In Quinby Bldg., Phone No, 12, DB. AV. J). A }?„„„„ OHteopatli Ic Physlclnn and \ Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thro X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation I Phones: Office, 187; resldeni P. V. JAN8E,J[. D, Physician and Surgeon, | Office on South Dodge ! Phones: Office, COG; resldi Algonn, Iowa. ., CHIltOrHACTOBSl DB. K. J. THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chir Thirteen year's successful ] Office over State's Cafe. I VETERINARY L. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Algl Phones: Office 475-W, BUILDING CONTRAC COWAN & SON General Contractors.' •, • ;" Estimates Furnished. Phones: Business, 639-J; GEO HUE L. : , Generul Contractor, .' Estimates furnished. 010 S. Dodge, Algona, In. Phi MACMINISTS NOBTON MACHINE W)l Machinists and \ ' Service stock on Piston R and Bearings. West of Courthouse. PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPAX! . , Cash Buyers. : Poultry, Eggs, and Hldal Matt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264, INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNT? MB IN8UBANCE ASSOClW Over $16,000,000 worth of I 1 " In force. A home compan •eoure, J. O. Paxson, 1928 Durant 100QT3- ^ -Tudor 1927 Pontiac eoach 1928 Ford coupe i 926 Dodge sedan 1929 Ford truck Some cheap Ford and Chevrolet cars and trucks. EASY TERMS KENT MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED Algona, Iow§ Phone 434 Service— . THE AIGONA IN8DB AGENCt 0. B. La Barre AH Reliable Ins. ServlM Phone 65. City Property Loan. ^ *•* Insurance. Keal . CUNNINGHAM * J 107 WV State St, JOE W" 0 "". iwil New, and used Auto WM TJres and Accessorl* ,1 Hides, Fur and w( Algona, Iowa. DANCE| FRIDAY Music-Milt Stewart orchestra, of Are you one of the 3,000 Sutirfied ADVA*

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