Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1931
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If I COAL We handle the BEST GRADES of COAL and • sell on the lowest possible margin. Seeds Let us furnish you with your Seeds the coming season. FABMEBS' ELEVATOR CO. HOBARTON las. Elder Jr., Malinger. Phone 36F1. 9 GRADUAT FROM WES HIGHSC D LEY IDOL KG First—in the dough. Then in the oven. Vou can be lure of perfect bakings in using— BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER 4O YEARS 25 ounces for 25c * MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT Wesley, May 26 — Some school events took place last week too late for publication. The commencement exercises were held at Bell theater last week Monday evening. Anna Slemer again played the processional; and the audience sang America. Margaret Haverly gave the salutatory; Clarence De Boer played a clarinet-solo. Dr. Arthur E. Bennett, Des Moines, formerly of Upper Iowa and Des Moines universities, then delivered the address. The large audience paid rapt attention. At close of the speech a girls' trio, Ruth Garman, Ivyl Marie Kunz, and Margaret Haverly, sang "For the Sake of Auld Lang Syne." The superintendent Mr. E. R. Swanson, awarded medals, letters, and scholarships, and the president of the board, Emil Wester, presented dip- lomns to the graduates: Ruth Garman, Margaret Haverly, Alan Wester, Marjorle Uhlenhake, Florence Reno, DeEtta Angle, Gordon Kunz, James Lloyd, Ivyl Marie Kunz. Ruth Garman delivered the valedictory, and the program closed with the singing of America, the Beautiful, by the audience. Nine girls and eight boys received basketball letters, and ten boys were awarded baseball letters. Clare Wolf, Florence Reno, and Marie Reno received declamatory medals in the oratorical, dramatic, and humorous classes. Ruth Garman won two scholarships, and Gordon Kunz, one. Nine pupils received honors for perfect attendance; Ivyl Marie Kunz and Michael Wingert won first in Citizenship; Ruth Garman and Clare Wolf, second. The Senior play, Patty Makes Things Hum at Bell theater last Thursday night, was well rendered, and brought In about $70. The last baseball game of the season was played here between Wesley and Titonka last Thursday afternoon. Titonka won, 9-3. A Freshman picnic was held at Hirner's grove Friday, Miss Conrad, sponsor. Miss Beck's primary pupils had a picnic in their room. The seniors held a wiener roast after play practice last week Tuesday. The Junior-Senior banquet was held at Mrs. Ferguson's, Algona, last week Tuesday evening. Madeline Hauptman was toastmistress. Pastor Moore's Son Sick— The Rev. Mr. Moore, Methodist pastor, writes friends that when he and Mrs. Moore arrived at Osborne, Kas., to visit their son George, they found him very .sick. He had suf- ered from infection, had had an op- ration, and was being kept under he influence of opiates. The infec- ion is thought to have been the •esult of gland trouble from which suffered a few weeks ago. Mr. ind Mrs. Moore once planned to visit him at that time, but put it off vhen their son improved and later apparently recovered. day morning delivered' an Interesting sermon on,"Tempting Satan.' Other Wesley Hews. Mr. and Mrs. Ban Goodnow and their daughter Ruth, Mason City visited from Saturday to Sunday evening, with Earl's sister, Mrs Herman Ostercamp. Mr. and Mrs Otto Ostercamp and little daughter Betty, Britt, were afternoon callers; also Mrs. Malueg, her son Leo and daughter Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Goodnow and their son Emory, Algona. The Methodist AV. F. M. S. meets this Week Friday afternoon with Mrs. Gordon C. Glddings. The Aid will be entertained this week Thursday . afternoon by Mrs. , Ernesl Hutchinson and Mrs. Vee Mullln at the Hutchinson home. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt returned last week Tuesday, following a stay of seven months with then: daughter, Mrs. Earl Ranck, Rockledge, Fla. The Felts went to Mason City Saturday, and have not returned. Henry Sherman and Harry Math- xhs attended the recent annual Master Barbers' convention at Fort Dodge. Mr. Sherman is president" of he Kossuth county association. The Charles Murphys visited her sister, Mrs. Miller, at AVIlliams, Sun- lay, and took home Patricia Miller, vho had spent the school year with icr aunt and uncle. , A crew of ten men is at work on he concrete foundation of the new 'armors' warehouse. T. E. Ivver- ion, Minneapolis, is contractor. Mrs. Albert Neuroth, who was op- irated upon for appendicitis at Kos- :uth hospital last Thursday, Is dong well. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchinson ml Florence Hansen attended the Bankers' convention at Spirit Lake aet Thursday. The Priscilla Phoebes, Congrega- ional Aid, meet this week AVednes- ay afternoon with Mrs. Eva Monon. Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, Titonka, isited Mrs. Fred Diekman last 'hursday afternoon. The Alfred Erdmans, Leo Blelchs, nd A. M. Leases picnicked at Crysal Lake Sunday. Joseph Me'urer Sr., AVhittemore, isited his son here from last week A r ednesday to Friday. Mrs. Ben Hopkins left last week AVednesday for a visit at the George lacKean home, Cleveland. he YELLOW PENCIL with the DBAND SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT PKOCTOLOGY Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf NOT APPENDICITIS- GAS PAINS FOOL HIM "I had such pain In my right side I though tl had appendicitis. But il was only gas. After taking Adler- ika I've had no trouble." — W. L Adams. You can't get rid of gas doctoring the stomach. For gas stays in th UPPER bowel. Adlerlka reaches BOTH upper and lower bowel, wash ing out poisons which cause gas nervousness, bad sleep. Get Adler ika today; by tomorrow you feel th' wonderful effect of this Germai doctor's remedy.—E. W. Lusby Druggist. Backache r« Leg Pains If Getting; Up Nights, Backache, frequent day calls, Leg Fains, Nervousness, or Burning, due to functional Bladder Irritation, In acid conditions, makes you feel tired, depressed and discouraged, try the Cystex Teat. Works fast, starts circulating thru the system In 15 minutes. Praised by thousands for rapid and positive action. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pronounced Sies-tex) today, under the Inm-Clad Guarantee. Must quickly «llay these conditions, improve lest- tul sleep and energy, or tconey back, Poly $0o at E. W. ICSBY'S »BUG STOBE Studer Grandson Has Operation— Nathan Studer reports that h grandson Donald, at Excelsior Minn,, had an operation on his injured thigh last week AVednesday morning. A piece of bone one incl thick and five inches long, was taken from his left shin and graftec into his right limb. AVhen Donald father wrote, the boy was still undei the ether, and the outcome of the operation was not known. Donalc suffered a double fracture of the thigh more than four months ago. Study Club Elects Officers— The Study club held election o: officers at Mrs. A. M. Lease's las Thursday: Mrs. A. M. Lease, president; Mrs. Alfred Erdman, vici president; Mrs. Leo Bleich, secre tary; Mrs. Aldrich, reporter. Foui members were added to the roll: th Mesdames Arlo Dawson, E. R Swanson, Herman Bode, and Louii Goetz. Social meetings will be hel during the summer, and a course o study begun again In September. Teachers Have Gone Awuy— Supt. and Mrs. Swanson wil spend a few days on the farm neai Swea, City, and will go to Dei Moines about June 1. The severa teachers left for their homes the-las of last week: Miss Conrad, AVay land; Miss Relmer, Edgewood; Mr Klooz, Sumner; Miss Beck, Belle vue; Miss Lewis, Kanawha; Miss McConnell, Mediapolis. Later in the summer, Miss McConnell will visi St. Joseph Pupils In Picnic— The children of St. Joseph schoo and the families they represent, heli their annual picnic on the schoo grounds Monday. This gathering always largely attended. Games contests, and races are featured basket dinners eaten, and ice crean cones provided for the children. Sees Brothers Graduated— Mrs. Theron Hansen left las Thursday for her parents' home a Washington, Iowa, where she was t see three brothers graduated; on from high school, one from junio college, and the third from th eighth grade. Logan Tt'uc'lii'r lit Anna Johnson, who teaches Do mestlc Science at Logan, Iowa, cam Saturday to spend the summer wit' her sisters, the Mesdames Sila Skow, Fred Bentele, and Hernia: Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Skow me her at Fort Dodge. Birthday Tarty Is Given— Ivyl Marie Kunz entertained group of friends in honor of he birthday Sunday evening. The grou enjoyed a theater party at Algona and afterward went to the Algon quin, where the hostess provided re freshments. Poppy Sole Is Success— The Legion Auxiliary poppy sal drive last Saturday afternoon an evening was successful, but the or ganization has some poppies left and will offer them on Main stree this week Wednesday evening. SJxth Child for Bauers— The third son and sixth child was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Baue at Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday. Mr. Bauer is an im plement dealer here. Titonka Pastor Preaches Here— The Rev. L. C. Gartner, Titonka at the local Methodist church Sun LEDYARD H, S, WINS 17 OUT OF 18 GAMES Ledyard, May 20—The Ledyard H. 3. baseball nine has made an out- •tanding record at baseball this spring, a record that had never been quailed here. It played 18 games ind won 17. Ostermann and Greene iroved themselves efficient on the nound as pitchers, and AA'arner as catcher and best hitter, having an average batting record of more than 500. Following are the teams played and the scores: Ledyard, 4; Grant, 3. Ledyard, 4; Grant, 2. Ledyard, 14; Britt, 6. Ledyard, 10; Lone Rock, 6. Ledyard, 15; Elmore, 4. Ledyard, 5; Grant, 1. Ledyard, 10; Britt, 4. Ledyard, 0; Fenton, 2. Ledyard, 26; Elmore, 6. Ledyard, 6; AVesley, 4. Ledyard, 5; Burt, 1. Ledyard, S; Fenton, 7. Ledyard, 3; Moneta, 0. • Ledyard, 14; Fenton, 5. Ledyard, 4; Rodman, 3. Ledyard, 11; Armstrong, 8. Ledyard, 8; Goldfleld, 7. Ledyard, 3; Yale, 5. Ledyard scored 159 runs to opponents' 74. Six boys on the team were seniors, so the team will suffer a big loss next year. Cecil Tillmoney is Married— Friends here were pleasantly sur prised to hear of the marriage o Cecil Tillmoney to Velma A. Alcorn on May 12. Cecil is a son of Mr. anc Mrs. J. J. Tillmoney, Ames, and a grandson of Mrs. Mary Tillmoney Ledyard. Cecil was born and edu cated here, and it was only four years ago that the family moved to Ames. He Is employed at a Fire stone Super-Service station there as brake and battery man. The mar riage took place at Princeton, Mo. with Mrs. C. V. Brlttker and Claude Kramer as attendants, The wedding party returned to Ames, where a 7 o'clock wedding supper was serv ed by the bridegroom's mother. Th< young people are at home at 604 Carroll Ave., Ames. in -»• recent auto broiftht home last w«*k (fey. 1 - s. ' ' ' ' Chtltt Arty Reroiitjr The Ed > ehrlsts were at Elmore last week Wednesday, consulting a doctor about the baby* who has been critically alck with a cold, S, Class Has a picnic — Helen Hagge entertained her Sunday school class Sunday at a picnic and wiener roast. Other Ledyard. The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. George Thompson last Thursday, and members turned in money they had earned, which amounted to $12.50. Several members 'were not present to report. The money was earned In various ways, such as sew Ing, baking, cleaning, etc. The V. A. Barretts left last week Wednesday for a short vacation with V. A.'s parents at Chester and at- attended graduation exercises there. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. George Schulte, Alexander, return- Ing Sunday. Mrs. Howard Mayne and lier children left Friday for two weeks at the old home, Moberly, Mo. They went by car, and the first night they stayed with Mrs. Mayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Neuenfeldt, Alden. Mrs. Jess O'Keefe and Henrietta and Mrs. Alice Warner and two sons went to Fenton; lost week Wednesday to help Mrs. O'Keefe's mother with housecleanlng. They returned st Thursday. The Max Nitz family went to Rad- cllffe Sunday, and Mr. Nltz returned the same day, leaving the others for two weeks with a sister of Mrs. Nltz. Mrs. Mary Tillmoney went to Ames Saturday with her grandson Bill Welmer, and remained a few lays to visit her son, J. J. Tillmoney. The Marquis Lindseys, Fenton, spent Saturday and Sunday with Marquis's mother, Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe. Mrs. L. W. Welmer, "Bill," and Tanice Williams returned last Thursday from the Okobojls, where they lad spent a week. Mrs. V. A. Barrett visited a friend n Irvtngton last week Monday and called on friends In Portland township, where she used to teach. The Lakota-Ledyard Epworth teagues met here Sunday night. Mr. Olson was leader, and members gave special reports. The Ledyard town team played jail at Elmore Sunday and won, 9-5. Ostermann was pitcher; Warner, catcher. The George Thompsons have a new Ford sedan. They went to Blue Earth last week Monday to get It. AL60NIAN HIT BY AUTO AS HE TARS HOLES IN PAVING Seneca, May 26 — Roy Osborn has received word that Robert Carney, Algona, was taken to the hospital one day last week for medical aid, after he had been hit by a passing car while he was pouring hot tar down the center of the paving. The extent of his Injuries is not known, but his face was badly burned by tar. Mr. Carney, who works on the state highway, is well-known among Senecans. See U. I. U. Beat Cedar Falls— A. E. Laurltzen, V. A. Barrett Hubert Ostermann and Wilsoi Brack went to Cedar Falls last weel Monday to see Upper Iow a Univer sity play ball, but the game wa not played because of rain, so thej went to Fayette to let the senior in the pa.rty see the college there Then , on Tuesday the game was played, resulting in a victory o£ two for U. I. U. and 0 for Cedar Falls. They also saw a night game, Waterloo vs. Davenport. Cufo Closed and lieopened— Mrs. Mentor closed her cafe last week Wednesday because of pool- health and left last Thursday morning with her cousin, Gene Sa-ge, Livermore, for Gayvllle, S. D., where a sister lives. She plans to stay there till her health is better. The daughter Jane went to Fort Dodge to work In a beauty parlor. The cafe was reopened Friday by William La Couer, former owner. 4 to Vacation Bible Institute- Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. Yahnke went to Algona Saturday with the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson to attend a preparation institute for teachers in Daily Vacation Bible schools. The school opened Monday morning, with Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Yahnke, and the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson as teachers. Snyder Delivers Baccalaureate— The baccalaureate was well attended Sunday evening at the consolidated schoolhpuee, and an excellent sermon was delivered by the Rev. J. T. Snyder, pastor of the Fenton Methodist church. This week Wednesday evening Geo. W. Godfrey, Algona, will give the commencement address at the schoolhouse. Xoll Osliorn on KOW Job— Nell Osborn returned to Charles City last week Tuesday, after two days with the home folks. He began work Wednesday at a dairy farm juet out of Charles City. His work there Is about the same as he formerly did at a creamery. Several factories there which had to turn off men have not resumed full time work. Two Ball Games This Week- School will be out this week-end and the pupils will celebrate Friday afternoon by playing baseball here against Bancroft. This week Wednesday Grant plays Seneca. Other Seneca News Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lowe, Bar ron, Wis., spent last week at John and William Osborn's. Mrs. Lowe and John and William are sister ano brothers. The Lowes left Monday for Waterloo and other points to visit another sister and other rel atives. Larkin Osborn, Seattle, arrived at the parental William Osborn home Friday night for a visit. Ed Me Chane and Faber Dolan, also Se attle, are likewise here, the three having driven to Iowa In Ed's car The Jens Petersons, Haifa, and the Paul Saxtons, Fenton , spen Saturday evening at Lawrence Sax ton's in honor of Lawrence's birth day. Mrs. Thompson's Grandmother Dies The George Thompsons were called to Lu Verne Friday by news of the death of Mrs. Thompson's grandmother Mrs. Patterson. The latter had been in poor health for some time, so the news was not unexpected. The Thompsons went to Lu Verne again Sunday for the funeral. Accident Victims Home Again— William Barnes and Howard Dyer, who had been In the Kossuth hospital with fractured skulls suffered Lotts Creek The eighth graders in Dist. No. 1 Lotts Creek, recently reqeived re turns from the spring county ex aminatlons, and all passed. There were six of them. Mrs. Albert Kressln and hei daughter Olivia, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke to Albert Lea Sunday. They were to returi this week Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Kressin attended a Mothers' day program at the Al gona telephone exchange Saturday Lunch was served and each mother was presented w ith a rose. Miss Peterson and Olivia Kressin both teaching i n Lotts Creek, had school picnics Friday. Klttenbal was played at both. Miss Kressin sprained a knee, and had to con suit Doctor McCreery. The Ben Schmidts have moved In to a house on the old Schallln place There was no parochial schoo last week Monday, It being secom pentecost day. Elenora Pomp© and Gladys Saun drs drove to Loots Creek from Cor rectionvllle Saturday. Miss Saun ders has been teaching in the first grade there and will g o back next year. Mathilda Kressin, first grade Fen ton teacher, is w ith her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin, bot leaves eoon for Loa Angeles. Adrance June 1, 1»11. First patlug wM to be laid, on State, according to plans nf the city council. This had been discussed pro and con more than a year. In 1910 a proposal to-pave the business section of State had been shelved by the council. The street was now to be paved . from Hall to Jones street, with the other three blocks around the courthouse added. Property owners subject to assessment were to appear before the council and file objections July 12. t t t The estimated cost by city-lot front was ?170, which could be paid In installments over a 7-year period. The paving was not contemplated before .1912, but the rest of 1911 was to be spent at relaying water and sewer lines out of the paving area and the streets were to je graded. t t t The Hnll & Basmn93on Security bank, Wesley, closed and depositors filed a petition In involuntary bankruptcy in federal court at Fort Dodge. Investments in land In tforth Dakota which had turned out unfavorably were believed to be re- sponlble for the 'failure. t t t Forty auto owners had organized a county association at a meeting at the couryiouse. L. J. Dickinson was chairman, and M. P. Haggard, secretary, and Messrs. Dickinson, J. W. Sullivan, and E. 'V. Swelling vere a committee to draw up a constitution and bylaws. The purpose of the organization was to boost for good roads and affiliate with state and national organizations. The annual memberhip fee was $3. t t t Lightning had struck the Methodist church, ripped tile from the tower, and cracked off a 50-pound piece of rock at the base of the >elfry. Tile were, scattered 100 feet. The damage, estimated .at $400, vas covered by Insurance. t t t The Gorman bank, Lu Verne, was to be reorganized as a state bank with a capital of $25.000. The bank had been in operation ten years, and W. E. Kyler, now in California, was cashier. Rodney Hill, who died a few years previously, had organ- zed the bank as a limited partnership. Mr. Kyler planned to retain a large share of stock in the new nstitution and would be cashier. t t t Guy D. Stokes, who had resigned as railway mail clerk and had gone to Oregon a year before, was returning to Iowa to take a mail run between Oelwein and Omaha. He was later returned to the Milwaukee at Algona, and is still on the job, being now a veteran in the service. t t t C. T. Chubb had been named treasurer of the County Mutual succeeding his father, the late Senator C. C. Chubb. . t t t "Whlttomoro had downed Algona's baseball team. 4-1. Algona players were Jos. Meurer, catcher; Harry Dailey, and Howard Beardsley pitchers and fielders; James Walters first; William Busse, second; Tom Stull, third; Harry Stephenson shortstop; Archie Bushnell, Alfret Hansen, and W. T. Daughan, fielders. t t t The Irvington band was to give a concert and dance at the village. t t t W. H. Ketcham's small office building had been moved into the street, and a block-tile building was to be erected where it had stood Editor J. W, Hinchon broke grount for the new building, and the Cour ier wae to be moved into It when it -was completed. The location the present site of the Haggard Falkenhainer building, t t t Druggist E: E. Conner had been made cashier of the First Nationa bank. He had been vice president but C. A. Palmer had resigned cashier. t t t Jay Wellington, professional ac tor, was staging a home talent show here. Cast and musical numbers included Betsy Baker, Mary Ben jamin, Linnea Heise, Harry Nolte and Mr. AVellington; Henry Willey and chorus; Harry Stephenson and chorus; Elizabeth St. John and chorus; Mr. AVellington and chor us. A one-act society drama was to be played by Mary Shearer, Mary Holtzbauer,. and Mr. Wellington, j Dreamland scene was to ' be th- High point of the event, featuring Elsie Kllbourne and chorus.. Mus ical numbers Included Meet Me To' night in Dreamland, Miss Kllbourne Heres a Toast to You, Camilla Wilson and chorus; You're Just the Same Sweet Girl, John Donahue am chorus; Love's Young Dream, Mis Kllbourne; Take Me Up With You John Lowe and chorus; A Girl, £ Drink, and a Song. Mr. Wellington Toasts were to be given in thi scene by Misses Urlson and Heise Harry Nolte, John Lowe, and Henr Willey. t t t Forty Civil AVar veterans ha. marched in the annual Memoria day parade. t t t Extension of power facilities ~ the light plant was advocated, am the council had authorized prelim inary steps for $18,000 in bonds t pay for the improvements. Th bonded indebtedness of the city wa $34,000, not including- the proposei Issue. •t t t Twenty-eight seniors received di plomas from J. w. Sullivan, pros, dent of the school board, at the an nual commencement following a tal by Prof. C. P. Colgrove, of th teachers college at Cedar Falls Graduates were Stanley AVorster Milton Norton, Chester Schoby, Ton .Little, Roy Keen, Ray Potter, Daj Potter, Fred Strandberg, j. T. Jack son, Max Klein, Laveta Anderson Mary Holtzbauer, Ethel Lowe, Nan nle Worster, Ethel Williamson, Ha zel Fellows, Camilla Wilson, Grac Crulckshank, Vivian Pangburn Clara Granzow, Adah Carlson, Ra chel Jenkins, Fiorice- Minkler, Myr tie Melville, Grace W.illey, Valerian Lamuth, Elsie Urch, and Verba, Morgan. as LIGHTING FIXTURES of 1931 Modern decorative effects and comfortable, healthful surroundings are easily achieved with new lighting fixtures. Come in and see this new and nifty line of fixtures. We have some real buys for you. We are continuing our Fixture Deal over from last week. A number of people availed themselves of this offer last .Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Why don't you come in this week and let us explain it to you. Snappy Fixtures at a Snap Price Let us show you how to get more light for less money. Let us check your wiring for you, balance the load, and show you real results on lighting and also take away the fire risk. .GIVE US A CALL—PHONE 170 THERE IN A MINUTE Beamer Electric Company "Pat" "Denny" Thorington Street, near Call Theatre. v For Service , Let Us Spruce It Vp! We'll make that last summer's straw hat serve you another season in a manner that will keep your secret that it is not a brand new one. We shape it up clean it and remove every vestige of last summer's wear and sunburn. We clean and reblock felt hats Send Us Your Rugs and Draperies. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 Borrow the money you need at once. Pay it back in 1 Month or 20 Months ° r The Inland Finance Corp, First Door Nnrt* «?? ". o^. «_.-. *«** Use The J. L. Mtedhajn.s, Emma and Louise Thaves, and the Ed Thavea attended commencement exercises at Burt last week AVednesday. at Wesley last week AVednesday evening. Mrs. Everett Steussy and her mother, Mrs. Josephine Bosenmeyer, antee to satisfy completely and bei worth 100 times, the, small cost SB your money bacls, « E. W, LpSBy'S DBUG Advance WantA4» for Quick Results HEMSTITCHING COTTON 8c yard, silk Ipc yard.—The Elite Shop. 10u37 Newspaper as 31, *; l Attorney.^ . SULLIVAN, * W. Sullivan s T. P. HarrlngC A tt°rne Phones: Office, 287 Phone 213-AV. Q. D. Shumway SHUJIWA ']'• A. AVlJfKEl Attornn Office in Pliono up. c. Physician and Surgeon Office In John Phonea: Office 31 WALTER Physician and Surgeon Office In Qulnby Bldg, Phone No. 12. ~.... ,,. ,j, AflUKEWa , Osteopathlc Physician and S.tH Eye. Ear, Nose, and Throat-I „„, X-ray. Office over Hub Recreation 1 Phones: Office, 187; re P. V. JA3SSE, M.D. Physician and Surgeon, Office on South Dodgs Slmt Phones: Office, C66; resided, | Algona, Iowa. CHIROPRACTOgT DB. It. j. THISSEX Palmer Graduate Chiropractil Thirteen year's successful pradt Office over state's Cafe,: VETERINARY L. W. FOX Veterinarian Weet State Street, Algoni Phones: Office 475-W., res, tit BUILDING CONTBAC COWAN & SON General Contractors. Estimates Furnished. Phones:' Business, 639-J; rtt,| GEOBGK L. JIILIEE General Contractor, Estimates furnished. 610 8. Podge, Algona, la. Plum II MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE ff01111 Machinists and WeMen, • | Service stock on Piston Rlngi,! 1 and Bearings. I West of Courthouse. P&«l PRODUCE SWIFT & COMPAST Cash Buyers. Poultry, Eggs, and HM*;-| Matt Lamuth, Mgr; Phone 264. INSURANCE' ':. K088UTJI COUNT! MBtOlJ ' INSUBANCE ASSOCttlWIrJ Over $15,000,000 worth of to In force. A home company. secure. J. O. Paxson, Sec THE ALGONA INSUBAHCIi AGENCT ' 0. B. La Barre Al Fall Reliable Ins. Service Phone 55, City Property Loans. Farm! Insurance. Beal Esta CUNNINGHAM A UCI 107 W. State St. Algol* q JOE GBEENBEBO New and used Auto Pa™ <| Tires and Accessories Hides, Fur and Wool Algona, low*. HODEBNE CUBL 8HOW|| Phone 68, Fenton f Frederick Vita-Tonic PerinaifflJ Finger Waves and Marcel! All other beauty PIANO --J, C. Colburn, Toner 30 Years Experience^ Military Band Inste^ » Expert Service f""' Leave orders Foster --- ,,g or Phone 642, Algol* a MIMEOGRjfl

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