Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1931 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1931
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THAUB fORHOT fiATHER vs put an electric Jo* real test That's -should go into the mat[power pretty thoroughly WHITTEMORE YOUTH IS WED AT ROCKWELL find that Frigidaire „„ to spare for every inc y.-that it provides the •positive refrigeration 1 , ihe thermometer reads . 70°. And you will also , you will never have to labout ice cubes if your re ;ot i s a Frigidaire. Fo; 5re freezes plenty of ic< a the hottest days;' , in and see a complet stration. And learn how . can own Frigidaire jehold model can be had atosuityour convenience, —•—- — "KTIMI WW/WDOUT AVhittemore. June ]l!—At the Ha- cred Heart church, Rockwell, .Tiino 2, the Rev. .1. Hartlgan said nuptial mass and performed a marriage ceremony for Michael -Haumunn, AVhittemore, and Eleanor Miller Rockwell. Loretta. Miller, • sister of :he bride, and Jack I'aumann, brother ol' the bridegroom, with No- fee-n Iniggnn, niece of the T>rlde, attended the couple. Airs. Lc'on Mlll"r Mulaney, organist, nnd 'Milton Scholl, violinist, played the Bridal Chorus, by Lohengrin, as processional. 1'fiuI McLiiughlln and AK» t.ha Downing want,-. A wedding '.l\n- ncr w.w served at I'.-.c home ot -n bride's iwrentn following the c:;n- ineny, 'I J;e couple (hen U-i't fi.r n weddirg trip in Alinnesota an I to the T'.lauk Hills. T'.oy will Uv< ,.„ the bridegroom's l'n,-m near AVhitic- mure. Out of town sucsts J;t UN.- v.eddlng \\ero the S. ,1. and Maty and .Voter V, hUU-more; the Andrew Millers, Kockwll City; Henry Haumann, AVest Bend; Kditn Meyer, Rockwell; and Lavlna Dyer, Mason City. for a time, while Robert tirnntz and Mrs. Brunette were to return sometime this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rmll Schmeling and Mr. nnd Mrs. Krnst Sanger attended services Sunday at the Hurt Luther, an church, where confirmation exercises were held for four hoys and two girls. Wllbert, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Bans, was In the clnss, and ho Is n, grandchild of the Sfjimi'lings. They were Sunday din- tier guests at the Baas homo. Mr. and Mrs. Mrylln Staiiffer and Alvina and Ralph Brnalz, all of Minnesota Lake, Minn., spent Runday fit the Louis Rraatx home nnO. attended tho Lutheran picnic. Mrs. Carl Huasn, her children, and Hnrnlce llalgeman drove to Armstrong Friday to take Harriot Kish tliere, and thence she went to Min- ne>npoli K to visit relatives. Mrs. Anna Anderson, Elgin, visited hist week at the Lauritssen and .Schoonhoven homes. .Airs. Amleiwon is a .sister of Mrs. Lauritzen and Mrs. Schoonhoven. Fred Jacob, clerk at the Zumach moat market, is again mi the job. after a short period of sickness. Charles Seymour has baen sick during the last wfjek. Mrs, flattie Mohr and daughters B:uim:nins. Viola, and Leona, Waterloo, have Mailman'], been visiting at the August Mielke lome. Mrs. Mohr is a daughter of Mr. Mielke. Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis AVagcner, Chicago, spent the week-end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred AVagener. The Frank Bells, Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the T>. Cordes home and attended the local Lutheran school picnic. Geneva AValters spent the first of the week at the Leo AValters home, Algona. Leo and Geneva are sister and In-other. Fred Banmgartner, who has been employed for some time at the Zumach market, left for his home at Dumont. Bernard Schreier, formerly AVhit temore, now Milwaukee, spent the week-end at his sister Mrs. Francis Albert's. A. nunVher of AVhittemoro rela lives attended funeral services for Mrs. E. Drtycr, Charles City, Saturday. Jean and A'alorie McCreery, Fonda, are visiting at thu H. S. TJailey and Dr. J. AV. McCreery homes. Herman Helmke, Britt, was AVhittemore visitor one day Ins week on business. Verdell Laurltzen i.s visiting a Hister, Mrs. Wolfe, at Klemme. Uelorcs Finnell spent the wek-end at a cottage a|. Clear Lake. WHO'S WHO and WHAT THEY DO PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK A HOME INSTITUTION : ST. BENEDICT, IOWA MARTIN RAHM, Prcs. E. F. RAHM, Cashier. This strong arid well known Institution has served fit. Benedict and community well and faithfully for man}' years. They render many personal services to their customers in addition ness Judgment in the management of the bank's affairs, both In regard to the protection of the depositors' money and in taking care of their customers' wants. to their banking service, which is of i Benjamin Franklin was a great the very best. If you are looking statesman, scientist, inventor, an/1 for a good, safe place for your I diplomat and he knew the 1 value of funds, where you can he, assured of jail things and recommended thrift a. normal rate of interest, with absolute safety you would irideed do well to come in and talk the matter over with the officers of thi.s bank. above all else. He knew that money saved is as pood as money earned and whatever may be your station in life you must realize the practic- Albert Unas Son Confirmed— Mr. and Mrs. Louis (3:ias Sr., and Arnold Baas, all of Windom, Minn., spent Sunday with Whlttemore relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Lauch, .and the visitors attended confirmation exercises Sunday morning at'the Burt Lutheran church, and Wllbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, was confirmed. Dinner was served at the Albert Baas home. The Lauchs and their guests attended church the same evening at Emmetsburg, where a class which had been confirmed in tlr afternoon received communion. Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Schmeling, formerly of Whittemore, was a member of the class. 10 Jno. Fairburn, 80, Visits Here— John Fairburn, former AVhitte- more resident, arrived in AVhitte- more one day the past week, and after a few hours visiting friends and looking after business matters left for Choklo, Minn., where he has been making his home with a daughter, Mrs. Stanley Parsons. Mr. Fairburn is more than SO years old, and recently underwent an operation for hernia at the university hospital in Iowa City, and was on his way home when he stopped here. BANCROFT F, N, PAYS A TOTAL OF 41JERCENT Bancroft, June 10—The depositors of the defunct First National bank are receiving their final dividend checks from Receiver W. C. Pyle, of Mason City. This payment wa's '11.04 per cent which makes a total of .111.04 per cent paid since the bank closed in October 1927. This bank went on the waiver plan a year before and 20 per cent was paid on these waivers before the bank closed. afternoon for Margaret Neuman, who is to be married to Edgar Rowlet next week. Mr. Rowlet is employed at tho Deitering garage. You are assured of courteous treat- j ability of thrift, and wherever you ment whether you wish to deposit j live In this community the People's money or are in need of funds to j Savings bank i.s ready to serve you. finance your farming and live stock. All successful business men and operations. j institutions, carry cash accounts, it The first great principle of this'is the first step toward independ- bank i.s absolute safety for the de-jence. Start an account with "The positors' money and the officers and 1 Old Reliable" Peoples Savings bank directors have shown sound busi-jand get on the road to prosperity. G. D. CURTIS PHONE 4U2 : SWEA CITY, IOWA FUKNITURE AND FUNERAL DIRECTING The C. D. Curtis furniture store and funeral home was established at Swea City about three years ago. It has through its policy of honesty and fair dealing built up a business second to none in the community. whether your needs be kitchen, dining room, bedroom or living room furniture, you can find just what you desire at this up-to-date store. Or possibly it is a new chair, an extra, table or floor lamp that your living room needs to brighten it up This is a modern furniture store In every way, carrying the latest this summer, a new rug for the din- styles and designs in furniture at ] ing room, or linoleum for the kitch- rcasonable prices and you can find I en, call at the Curtis furniture store anything for your home from a I and they will gladly show you the kitchen chair to a complete new! very latest in any of these designs GERMAN VALLEY STORE GERMAN VALLEY, IOWA PHONE 13F46 : TITONKA, IOWA outfit. They also carry a complete line of rugs and pictures. In fact anything needed in the house furnishing line can be found at this store. About tho first thing that the brides and grooms of Swea City do after the ceremony i.s to go to the Curtis Furniture Store to select their household furnishings and Mr. Curtis renders every assistance to enable these young people to secure the most complete outfit for the amount of money they desire to invest. But this Is not an exclusive of furniture. Mr. Curtis also maintains limousine and ambulance service, for the bereaved friends and relatives, In. fact a complete funeral and ambulance service not surpassed in this section of the country. Mr. Curtis' experience in this line enables him to render a dignified service in a most acceptable manner. Mr. Curtis gives these lines his exclusive and undivided attention and has gained a large number of fast friends and customers during the past few years, since opening this establishment. DOWN "Exams" Given at St. Paul's— Examinations were given at St. Paul's Lutheran school last Thurs- lay. In the forenoon school was conducted in H. AV. Behnke's room, grades 5 to 8, and in the afternoon n P. L. Jessen's room. Twenty-two lllOIDAIRE IN YOUR HOMI * * if llGIDAIRE HEItAL MOTORS VALUS TEED FOR THREE YEARS K. CLIFF i UTILITY SHOP j Modern Dry Cleaners Building PHONE 791 . 1-1065 iargain Fare —TO— ihicago te 19-2O-21 $8.00 ind Trip—Short Limit v od in Coaches Only. l$16.19 nd Trip—long Limit xood in Sleepers. Berths Extra. [hlldren Half Fare. F LIMIT tickets will i for all trains June 19 for leaving trains of not later wrote tho -exams in Mr. Behnke's room; 31 in Mr. Jessen's room. Ball Team Defeats Mallard— The local ball team played a real game Sunday against Mallard, at Mallard, winning, fl-6. Mallard was in the lead most of the time. In the Ighth inning the score was tied, 6-6,-and in the last inning AVhitte- more ran in three scores. Henry Behnke, star local player, brought in two home runs, the only ones in the game. Father Sweeney Performs Marriage The Rev. C. P. Sweeney, formerly of AVhittemore, now at Fort Dodge, where he is pastor of Sacred Heart, officiated at the marriage -of Blanch Duffy, Des Moines, and Tommy Grogan, Omaha prize fighter. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy, formerly of Emmeteburg. A. A. L,. Has Social Evening— A week ago Monday evening members of the A. A. L. branch held a social evening 1 at the Lutheran school hall. Five hundred was played at seven tables. High prizes were won by Mrs. O. J. Kloock, and Mr. Reinhard Zumach, and low by Edna Dau and Hugo Meyer. Lunch was served. , Receives "Letter" in Baseball- Francis Fish, son of Mr. and Mrs, AV. T. Fish, student at Iowa State Teacher's college at Cedar Falls, was one of 14 to receive a monogram letter in baseball competition this spring. He is an all-around good player, and earned his letter. Two Birthdays Are Celebrated- Last week Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strueck- er a number of relatives and friends celebrated the birthdays of Mr. Struecker and his daughter, Mrs. Martin Meyer, which fall on the same day. William Fubss Ix»seg Brother— William Fuoss, north of town, was called to AVaterloo last week Monday by the death of a brother. Jean OsHvinUle Head Nurse— Helen Ostwinkle, of Algona, spent several days last week at the J. H. ilenke home. Miss Ostwinkle is attending .St. Mary's training school Cor nurses at Rochester, Minn. Her sister Jean finished with honors at this same school several years ago, and won the $100 given by Dr. Leonard G. Rowntree to the member of the class showing distinguished ability as a nurse in the department of medicine. She is head nurse in the operating rooms in the Mercy hospital in Buffalo, N. Y., now. Bancroft Women to Retreat— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fangrnann returned from Carroll Friday evening. Mr. Fangmann visited his brother Henry and family while Mrs. Fahg- mann attended the retreat which was held at St. Angela's academy, The retreat opened Monday and closed Friday morning. Others from here who attended the retreat were Mrs. Joe Vaske, Mrs, Bridget Quinn, and Sylvia Nurre. There were 30 in attendance. Helen Lentz, of AVil- •mont, Minn., who is visiting the J. J. Nurre home also attended. Other Bancroft News. Julia and Margaret Quinn went to Carroll Saturday to gst Mrs. Bridget Quinn, their mother, who attended retreat at St. Angela's academy last week. Mrs. Louis Elsbecker rode down with them and visited her daughters Olga and Callista. Callista is attending a nurses' training school at St. Anthony's hospital there and Oiga is a registered nurse practicing in Carroll. The Mesdames J. AVilliams, M. L. Schiltz, G. D. Hart, Peter Berens, F. J. AVelp, L. J. Mouse], A. H. Deitering, Albert Schiltz and the latter's daughter Leone were dinner gueste at the Jos. Priester home, AVhittemore, last Thursday, In the afternoon bridge was played and Mrs. J. AVilliams won high and Mrs. Hart low. Mrs. Priester is a daugh, ter of Mrs. M. L. Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens took his This store supplies the community needs, offering the German Valley good merchandise RIGHTLY PRICED at their very door, so to speak, serving the farmers of this community a great many trips to town, and yet furnishing the goods at as low a price as they can be secured elsewhere. This is a good clean stock of dry •jioods and groceries, supplying the household wants in almost anything to eat, and many articles In wearing apparel. This store rates a fair share of your trade and it will receive careful consideration and attention and will be greatly appreciated by the owner. Patronize your home store, it has served you well. W. H. STOTT PHONE 1 : TITONKA, IOWA HARDWARE AND GROCERIES and she boarded a train there for Omaha, where she is employed in an insurance office. Miss Berens spent her two weeks vacation with her parents, the Peter Berens, hei-e. The Charles Bakers took Ambrose AVelp, of Humboldt, to Algona Sunday evening and there they met the AA'alter AA'elps and Ambrose returned home with them after a week here with his cousin, Frank Baker. Myra Studer, AVesley, visited the Joe Keekers last week AVednesday and Thursday. Miss Studer attends a training school for nurses at Rochester and is home on her vacation now. P. J. Nemmers returned to his home at Cedar. Rapids Thursday after fspending several w<eeks (here with his mother, Mrs. John Nem• mers, and looking after business matters. The Herman This store adds much to the efficiency of the community as a trade center and is headquarters for a large' number of people from the surrounding country. The hardware carried has been found to always be of the very best quality consistent with -the price at which each article is sold, and here you will find standard makes of the leading manufacturers. Mr. Stott and his men employed are courteous and accommodating. They will be pleased to have you come in and inspect their stock of hardware and supplies, nails, screws, bolts, • locks, knives, , tools, cutlery and shelf hardware of national manufacture and advertising. This is a store of the first class and carries all one would expect in such a store. Each and every article fully guaranteed. AA r e wish to compliment the management upon the admirable, manner in which the business is operated and upon the progressive and public spirited policies. Mr. Stott is well equipped to care for the splendid business in groceries, of which he carries a very complete line, which he has established through careful attention, courteous treatment and prompt service. This store is a strictly home owned proposition and has no connection with any chain organization, and the proprietor is a public-spirited citizen, Interested in building up Titonka and community. They give a prompt service and a reasonable credit, which are advantages impossible to obtain from chain organizations. Ericksons moved a. m. Return limit LIMIT tickets will be r all trains June 29 I Keturn limit July «. Your Tickets Early.. The IIWAUKEE ROAD \aFeeder wt soon Forfcelf 08 J H Fuoss. The latter was years old, and had been ill for some time with anemia. Presentation Sisters Jo Convent— The Presentation Sisters left last week Tuesday for their home at Mt. Loretta, Dubuque. Some expect to remain there for the summer vacation, and others will attend summer school, _,. - • '•« Seminary Students Come Horoe-Frank and Elmer, sons of M Eugene Wolfs Getting Settled— Mr. and Mrs. Eugene AA r olf took possession of the Joe Doleschal house in the west part of town Monday. Mrs. AVoir's sister, Margaret Miller, who is long distance operator at the local telephone ofice will live with them. She roomed at the J. J. Sherman home since her sister Mrs. Lulu Richards was transferred to Clarion. The furniture of the late Mrs. Joe Doleschal was sold at auction Saturday afternoon. Doris Hut ton Begins Work— Editor and Mrs. R. E. Button took their daughter Doris to Mankato Sunday to catch a bus for- Minneapolis, where she will enter the employ of the N-AV Bell Telephone company. Miss Hutton completed her secretarial course in the Minnesota University and graduated last week Monday from that institution. H. S. Principal is Married- Friends of Marion Thurn, of Manchester, received announcements of her marriage to Linus Putz of Edgewood on Saturday, June 6. Miss Thurn taught in the local public school for the past three years and was principal the past two years The bridegroom is employed in the State bank at Edgewood. Jeuks Buys Janvrin Home- Jos. Jenks purchased the H. E. Janvrin home in the west part ot town Saturday and will take possession in 30 days. The Leo Saunders family are living in this house at present. Mr. Janvrin was agent at the C, & N. W. station here until a year aso, when he was transferred to AVebster City. ttossmuns off for New.York— Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rossman and son Refine left last week Tuesday last week to St. Benedict, where Mr. Erickson is employed as a blacksmith. The Fred Ericksons 'moved to Tracy. Minn., Saturday. The C. C. Smiths, Burt, and Ed Kerr, Los Angeles, visited the H. J. Guides here Friday. Mr. Kerr is a brother of Mrs. Smith and they are cousins of Mrs. Guide. The Dan and Everett Harris families, of Fairmont, visited at the Henry Fox. home Sunday. Mrs. Dan Harris is a sister of Mr. Fox. The Lutheran Aid met with Mrs. H. J. Presthus last Thursday after- _ Mr. A\berrBehnke, came home raav from the Concordia teach„. college, River Forest, 111., and will spend the summer here. pastor Has Tonsils R enlovcd -" nstor >?he Rev H. D. Stahmer, pastoi ^e^airville Lutheran church at Fort Dodge Monday and had his tonsils removed. • jesseiis to Eliiiburst, IU.— L. Jensens, left for Eta ers of the was The ' lived there. —. -"— Appendicitis patient rr •••_-.,, jUiQifc, was taken an opera«on for Martinsdale, N. Y., where they will spend the summer months. The Rossmans go to New York every summer. Mr. and Mrs. Rossmans folks live there. Mr. Rossman is superintendent of the Seneca Consolidated school. Priests Leave^or Retreat— The Right Reverend J. D- Fisch, the Rev. Charles Ernst and Robert Quinn left Monday for Sioux City, where they will attend the retreat which opened Monday evening and will close Friday morning. Mr. Quinn attended the St. Paul seminary the past two years. Utcnd Bode Babe's Funeral— • W The Albert Ichiitz. L J Mouse* and John Schumacher families and Mrs. Lawrence Menke went to Bode Sunday to attend the funeral of Leo John Besch. Leo died at the hospital Friday following an for appendicitis. He was three years old. School Chums in Uet-Together-- Mr. and Mrs. Holland noon, and the Luther League met at her home that evening. The Ray AA'elps, the R. N. Bruers and the James Sheridans attended a party at the Henry Reimer's, Fenton, Saturday evening-. Peter wilhelrai, son Gerald and daughter Elsie visited the Raymond AVilhelmis at Des Moines Saturday and Sunday. Leo Schiltz returned to Granite City, Mo., Saturday after a few weeks at the M, F. Schiltz home, Frances and Regina -Berens left Thursday for Chicago to visit friends. The AVilllam Vaske boys gave a dance at Sexton Monday evening. MRS, JOS, KLIE6EL DIES; PIONEER AT WHITTEMOBE Whittemore, June 16—Mrs. Joseph Kllegel, northwest of town, died at her home last Thursday evening, after a long period of sickness. She was born in Germany December 25, 11865, and came to this country 65 years ago. In 1882 she was man-led. She is survived by her husband and 70 descendants, of whom 14 are her children and the rest grandchildren. The children are John, Joseph, Henry, George, Robert, Roy, Arthur, Conrad of Minneapolis,, Mrs. John Goeders, Mrs. James Conway, cream is exposed to the sun and all manners of bad weather and is not received in the prime condition that the Whittemore Creamery company secures their supply of cream. The chain creameries are consequently unable to produce butter of this high quality and worth. will you WHITTEMORE FARMERS CREAMERY THOSE 80 : WHITTEMORE, IOWA AVhittemore has just reason to be proud of the fine record established by this well-known creamery. This creamery specializes in pasteurized products which are thoroughly sanitary and clean, and they manufacture' the Quality AVhitte- more butter. This creamery is under frequent pure food inspection of the State of Iowa and has always received a high grade classification in cleanliness and sanitary conditions, as well as in quality of the famous butter. This is a purely home owned institution and one worthy of your support, whether you are a purchaser of butter or a seller of cream. They are interested in the citizens of Kossuth county and provide a first class market for pure cream. They receive their cream at regular intervals in a few hours' time, after it leaves the farmers or dairymen and are thereby enabled to manufacture a higher grade of butter in Whittemore than' chain creameries who operate over a widely scattered territory where the Farmers have fun in Minnesota! And they prosper! That's because Minnesota's 10,000 beautiful lakes, healthful climate, plentiful rainfall, rich soil offer every opportunity for play and profit. About 94 billion dollars a year is what Minnesota farmers produce. You can have a good share of this wealthl Just Send for FREE "tells-you-how" Book! It tells you what you want to know about the land, crops; climate, rainfall, people, towns, schools, roads—and how you canstart for yourself M Minnesota. Mail the coupon today for both books. Then come on and investigate... and have a lot of FUN fishing, swimming, boating. and food The AVhittemore creamery consider it a special favor if will specify AVhittemore butter in making a purchase and you will be assured* of the highest quality food products at a reasonable price. Why buy butter substitutes when genuine Whittemore butter can be secured at such a reasonable price which possesses the highest value while substitutes are of small food value and very low in vitam- ines? Remember that butter is the best spread for bread and that heajth is your most valuable asset. Take no chances and ask for Whlt- temore butter and you will be thoroughly satisfied. It will help to bring back prosperity to AVhittemore and Kossuth county. TwiTkoiuac St. Paul - Mlnn««polU - Duluth 10,000 L*t* of Mho***. A-octat»on. Dfl* «*. St. Paul, Vto*- Pltaw tend me Fte« booklets and Information on itenw I've checked. QF.m-0, Opportune D Vac.**, to Minn-oU NUM. • ~ JAS. JOHNSON PHOSE 28 : LU VERNE, IOWA QUALITY MEATS The Johnson Market is well and favorably known to the people of Lu Verne and vicinity. They have an enviable reputation for fair dealing and at all times carry a good line of meats of quality. This establishment is prominent among the leading business houses that have taken an active part in the development of the affairs of the community. It is a problem to buy to the best advantage, but you can make no mistake by buying your meats at the Johnson Market, for you will find this market fair and straightforward in Its business dealings and you will be courteously and promptly served by Mr. Johnson, who has the ability to give you exactly what Pettit, Butte, Mrs. Alfred Mclntire of Mary Eucartus of Austin, Mrs. Mont., you wish. Here you will save money on meats, and if.you are not familiar with the different cuts he will gladly explain them to you. Many customers have found the relative value of the different cuts of meat through this store. The Johnson Market carries a line of canned goods; Their meats are at all times kept in proper shape by their electric refrigeration-. Theirs is a model plant to which the public is at all times invited to come and make a tour of inspection for it is kept scrupulously clean and sanitary. You can make no mistake by calling on this market when in want of anything in their line. ..JUST.. Once or Twice in a LIFETIME Just once or twice in a lifetime the average family builds a home . . . the house is usually built when it is, needed regardless of building conditions and prices. i Just once or twice in a lifetime building prices hit the bottom ... if the average family would build their home when prices are low millions of American dollars would be saved. THAT SITUATION EXISTS THIS YEAR . . building costs are the lowest in fifteen years . , . more than $1,000 can be saved on a $6,000 home by building this year. '.••.;! Wise investors are going to make this year pay a hfindsome profit in building investments , . . let us tell you how. • , . i .«j Botsford Lumber Co. M. J. POOL PHONE 356 Algona, Iowa Frank Sister Minn., and Mrs. George Slagle. Funeral services were held Monday morning at 'St. Michael's Catholic church, and interment was made in the local Catholic cemetery, SUPREME COURT JUSTICES MAKE CALL ON AL60NIAN Justices Morling and Wagner, of the supreme court, were here Saturday to call on J. AV. Sullivan. Justice AVa&ner hails from Sioux City. Before Justice Morling went on the bench he was for a period of 30 years more or less frequently associated with Sullivan & McMahon in the trial of difficult lawsuits. MARTIN VINAAS HOTEL BURT, IOWA For nearly a quarter of a century ] this hotel has catered to resident and transient wants of the traveling public in a most satisfactory manner. He has many 'friends, both in Burt and among members of the traveling faternity, and tourists, who always find they can secure a comfortable room, with clean, linen and modern conveniences, and the best of meals, home cooked and at modex-ate prices. Many travelers regularly stop with Martin instead of going to larger towns having more expensive hotels, because they know they can secure a good night's rest and still have money left. Stop with Martin and save the difference. • This is recognized as a FRIENDLY hotel, offering splendid service, every courtesy, clean rooms, good meals, an£ at moderate prices. What more can one ask? Martin believes business comes where it is invited and stays where it is well treated. for appendicitis at hospital- the McCreery north girl. The Martes Have children. a no ot Earth, and Katherine Lee Algona, spent several hours at the LJ Nemmers home Thursday. Mrs Graue formerly Fran Carey, and Mrs U J. Nemmers were very close friends before theirjnarrlage. "SWSrMfffejs: double-decks of from Bancroft LotU Creek Lydia Meyer and Lydia Mlttag returned Friday from a week at Milwaukee. Mathilda Kressin, Nettie Weisbrod, and Marjorie Kleinheksel left Friday for a motor tour In the; west. They will be away from home eight weeks. Mrs. Walter Ohm, Eleanora Pompe, Gladys Saunders, and Olivia Kressin motored to Ventura Monday to vis** friends. A number of Itftts Creekera attended an annual school picnic at PR, A. WHITLOW ASSISTANT STATE VETEBINABIAN PHOK3ES; Office 101B2, res, 1QIB3 : SWEA CITY, IOWA Doctor Whitlow is well and favorably known to the farmers and stockmen of Kossuth county as being exceptionally competent in his line. He gives prompt attention to all calls, day or night. The farmers of Kossuth county have learned that a good veterinarian is necessary to properly conduct the ever growing live stock industry. The live stock farmer Is in for better circumstances than the grain farmer, as grain compares to the raw product and live stock to the fin- It Is to your advant much £«*» *« ,oad of hogs to town than the amount of corn they would consume during their feeding. It has been said that a man could not do well unless he Is interested in his work. Possibly the Doctor's love for farm animals has uted much toward his success In the splendid veterinary practice thai he has established around Swea City and Kossuth county. An ounce of prevention Is worth, a pound ot cure— it prevent disease tbte Tpejl tawwv larly inspect y°w* muck easier tp cure lt - veigftaarlan regu- ' For Service It Pays to Look Well! , - i Have your wearing apparel cleaned and regularly— We give you a satisfactory service Scud Us Your Rw$9 ,»ni Modern Dr^Cteanefif to proper vaccination Jt ^S*

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