Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1931
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VAOBTWO CfltTKTt ADW ALQOKA. IOWA BUSINESS DIREaORY •BM0UTH COCSTT ADVAWCB tNrtitr Newspaper Pounded 5n 1901 Altered as Second-Class Matter MMOrtMT SI, 1908, at the Poetoffto* «t Algon*, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS Quarton H. W. Millei QUARTON A MILLEB I>aw Offices. Office 427, residence «M Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa WHITTEMORE RESIDENT FOR 40 YEARS DIES Whittemore, June 23—Jacob Hartman, west of here, died at his home last week Sunday evening, following a short illness. He was.'tS and had lived in the community 40 years. He is survived by his wife, three ;«JIAIVAN, McMAHON * LINNAB .«jj_ •jy. Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law Office, 261; J. W. S., 809; Me, 403. Algona, Iowa JlBINOTOy * DICKINSON Harrington U J. Dickinson Attorneys-at-Law Office. 287; T. P. H., 440 sons, and .flv e daughters, the sons, John and Ted, Two of are at *. TAN NESS G. W. STILLMAB Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank. 218-W. Algona, low* Shuihway E. D. KelU BHUMWAT A KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Quinby Block. 58. Algona, low* L. A. WINKEL Attorney-at-Law Office in Quinby Building. Phone 180. home; Jacob is working away from home. The daughters are all married: Mrs. Adam Laubenthal, West Bend; Mrs. Charles Bormann, south of Whittemore; Mrs. J. H. Laubenthal and Mrs, Francis O'Connor, Rodman; Mrs. Adam Reding, West Bend. Funeral services were held last week Wednesday morning at Sts. Peter and Paul's church, the Rev. Father M.urtagh, Emmetsburg, In charge, and burial was made in a West Bend cemetery. Surprise for Walter Thompsons— The Arthur Heldemviths spent Sunday at Lone Rock, attending a surprise event at Mr, and 'Mrs. Walter 'Thompson's. Mr. Thompson's birthday was Saturday, and Mrs. Thompson's falls on June 23. The sisters and brothers of Mrs. Thompson took phrt in the surprise. Attending were the Henry Kuecks, Lone Rock, the Erwin Heidenwiths, Lotts Creek, the Leo Sankeys and Delbert Sankey, Bancroft; and the Fred C. Wegeners, Lone Rock. All took baskets for dinner. Ellsworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helden- with, stayed at Lone Rock to visit the Henry Kuecks. Frank, Gappa• Jrj«-and£ Theodore Gappa spent Sunday at "the soldier a', •hospital, Minneapolis, visiting Ignatius Gappa, who has been,there for some time. Mrs. John Meurer, her children, and Frank Flleter, of Charlee City, spent the week-end at Joseph Meurer's. Frank Is a brother of Mrs. John Meurer. Mrs. Carl V. Wolfe, Klemme, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laurltzen. Verdell Laurlt- zen, who had been visiting at Klemme, came with her. The Francis Elberts spent Sunday at Manson with Mrs. Elbert's brothers, Jake and Frank Schreler. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis 'Elbert, stayed for a longer visit. Mrs, John Wilson and Geneva Walters spent last week Tuesday at the Charles Kpllasch home, Bancroft. Olivia Faulstich, R. N>, of St. Louis, has been visiting her parents the Rev. and Mrs. William Faulstich. Mrs. P. J. Locke, Bancroft, spent last week with her daughter, Mrs J. E. Walker, north of town. Mrs Locke Is 88. James Brunette, Milwaukee, arrived Friday to vieit the Louis Braatz family. Mrs. Brunette came some time ago. The C. C. Baas family spent Sun- POCTOBS XENEFICK £ KRNEFICK Physicians and Surgeons. 'Office over Rexall Drug Store. Office phone 300. J. Kencflck, M. 1)., res. phone 57 . JKenef Ick, M. I)., res. phone 348 C. H. CBETZMEYEB Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Block. Office 310, res. 444, Algon* P. T. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office on South Dodge Street. : Office, 666; residence, 861 Algona, Iowa. George.* Harold is a son of Mr. and Mrs'; Cf-C.xti&M.,' N,-'' ,- ' The William Kuschw, sentof fthd lufilor, and Mrs. Aureila Ohm were 1 Sunday dinner guesls at Martin Meyer's, Letts Creek, Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas, south of town ( has a new Chevrolet coupe, bought of Poirot & schattsehneider. The Harold and Paul Phillips families, Lu Verne, spent last week Tuesday at the home of the men'* brother, Ernest Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. E. 'Schoonhoven and Mrs. Anna Anderson, sisters, Elgin, 111., spent a day or so last week at Spirit Lake and Arnolds Park. Mrs. Nora McKlnstry, Los Angeles, arrived a few days a.go to visit her mother, Mrs. Frances Chalus, and sister, Mrs. J. W. McCreery. . The Henry Felders drove to Ledyard last week Tuesday,- and took Katherine Nell Sullivan, who had visited her grandparents two weeks. Ruth Kueck, Lone Rock, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Arthur 'Heiden- wlth. The Arthur Heidenwiths spent Saturday evening at the Barber Henry Lavrenz home, Algona. John Mergen, law student at Crelghton university, Omaha, Is at home for a month. Durwood, son of Leo Algona, spent Saturday KOSSUTH GIRL WILL WORK AT "OUDE" RANCH Good Hope, June 23—Beth Annla leaves sometime this week for Aug- *lated by |V her sister, Mm. ttenrjj Bngstrom. ^ usta, Mont,, whence' she will ceed by ftUto 26 miles and'by to be L*arn**-, service at Good Hope next Sunday 'w»l be largely devoted to learning new songs In' the new son* book and singing familiar favorites. If particular hymns are desired, get •the numbers to the pianist, Evelyn Crulkshank, or to the pastor or his wife. . . 4-H Club E"tert«lnmentr- day at the Harold Bans home at I aunt, Geneva Walters. .Walters, with Ms SIX TOWNS IN GROUP RALLY AT LU VERNE WALTER FBASEB, M. J>. Physician and Surgeon In Quinby Bldg., Room Phone No. 12. 14 »R. W. D. ANDREWS O*toopathlc Physician and Surgeo* Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat— X-ray. •Office over Hub Recreation Parlor ^Phones: Office, 187; residence, 688 CHIROPRACTORS DR.- R. J. THISSEN Palmer Graduate Chiropractor ^Thirteen year's successful practlo* Office over State's Cafe. Alfred Bruhn's Birthday Observed— A surprise party was given last Sunday evening at Mrs. Mary Bruhn's for Alfred Bruhn's birthday. A wiener roast took place. Guests were Raymond and Elmer Wehrspann and Jack Bakk, Ottosen; Hilda, Lotts Creek; Lawrence, Bill, Arthur, and Alfrieda Gade, Edna Dau, Hugo Meyer, Doris and Hilda Meyer, Lornetta and Lillian Bierstedt, Edw. arid Rudolph Tietz, Rosa Leininger, Louis Grein- art, and Edna and Ruth Schultz. Cullen to Banker's Convention— Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cullen and John Cullen Jr, .left Sunday for Cedar Falls to visit the Stephen Coles. Mrs. Cole was formerly Kathleen Cullen. On the way down they stopped at Oelwein to visit the Maurice Cullens. The senior Mr. Cullen attended a bankers' convention at Waterloo. "Suds" Cullen and Bernice Balgeman kept house at home while the Cullens were gone. Klttenbnll Teams Win, Lose— The local Lutheran Y. P. S. kit- tenball boys and girls played at West Bend Sunday, and the girls won, 9-S, from a theretofore undefeated West Bend team, Lillian Kuecker pitching, but the boys lost, 11-10, after playing an extra inning. Alfred Meyer pitched for the boys. VETERINARY Ii. W. FOX Veterinarian Weet State Street, Algona, CRhones: Office 475-W., res. 475-R BUILDING CONTRACTORS COWAN & SON General Contractors. Estimates Furnished. : Business, 639-J; rea., SI OEOUGE L. MILLEB General Contractor. Estimates furnished. Ml* B. Podge, Algona, la. Phone 761. MACHINISTS 1TOETON MACHINE WORKS Machinists and Wel/lers. '••rrioe stock on Piston Rings, Pin* and Bearings. of Courthouse. Phone SIS PRODUCE SWIFT ft COMPANT Cash Buyers. Poultry, Eggs, and Hides. Matt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264. Nelson Crawford Nephew Dies— Kelson Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, and Clifford Crawford, with Mrs. Norman Crawford, Algona, went to Osage last week Tuesday to attend funeral services for Edward Towner, nephew of Xel- son Crawford by marriage. Five Fishing In Canada— ' Father William Veil, C. L. Cavanaugh, Dr. J. W. McCreery, Oscar Poirot, and Merrill Raweon, Eagle Grove, drove to Canada Sunday morning for a week's fishing vacation. Carl Walkers Hare New Son— The J. E. Walkers received word Monday that a boy had been born that morning to the Carl Walkers, of Alexandria. There Is one other boy. Carl is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. Junior Ball Boys Defeated— Whittemore boys between 10 and 14 played baseball against Lotts Creek and Lone Rock Saturday on the local high school diamond, and being smaller and younger than their opponents lost, 7-0. Lu Verne, June 23—The Evangelical W. -M. S. held a group rally at the Lu Verne church last Thursday. The group is composed of societies of six towns: Fort Dodge, Pomeroy, Boxholm, Paton, Renwlck, and Lu Verne. The morning program was given over to devotionals and a discussion of methods, and a picnic dinner was served at noon in the Community 'hall with about 80 in attendance. The afternoon program began with a pantomime musical number. The Rev. Carvelti, Fort Dodge, sang "The Stranger of Galilee," and the representative from Pomeroy contributed a piano solo. This was followed by an oratorical contest, with six women contesting. Hazel Nagel, of Pomeroy, won first and received a silver medal. Esther Merkle, Lu Verne, who teaches in a mission school in the mountains in Kentuckey and is at home for a vacation, gave an address on her work. A free-will offering was taken for missions. Aid to Have Bake Sale— The Preebyterlan Aid will hold a bake sale at the Benedict store next Saturday afternoon and evening The baked goods are to be made from Daniel Webster flour. Eacl member of the Aid is to call a Benedict's and get two pounds of flour, from which she will bake as many articles as she can. The member whose bake goods sells for the most money will receive as a prize a sack of Daniel Webster flour, and second and third each will receive a half sack. elebrated their twentieth anniversaries together. Annt of Mrs.,Sorenson Passes— Mrs. Harold Sorenson returned ast week Wednesday from five lays with relatives at Cumberland, \Vis. She was called there by news of the death of an aunt, Mrs. Helen Grant. Mrs. Sorenson was accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson, Algona. llblc School at Galbraith— A daily vacation Bible school is in progress at the Galbraith school- louse. A Miss Bennett and a Miss tVatson are conducting It. It began June 5 and will last till June 26. A program will be given Friday, June 26. Brothers GC* New Sister- Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Jones are par- 2nts of their first daughter', born !ast Thursday. They have three sons. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Felt, northeast of town, also have a new daughter. Other Lu Verne News. B. Jones enjoyed a visit from hie sister, Mrs. C. W. Hausman, Litchfield, Minn., over the week-end. She was accompanied by two sons and a granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and their guests spent Sunday at pro- trail miles to the Allen "dude ranch," just over the line in Wyoming.' With four other teachers she will be employed at making the camp comfortable and attractive. Horsemen, guides, swimming Instructors, supervisors, and others make up a body of employes who look after the welfare of wealthy eastern city dwellers who visit the camp for health and recreation. The camp Is equipped to care for 35 guests, and Is located close to the top of the Continental Divide. It is in the midst of pine forests, and has a swimming pool fed by underground springs with a temperature of 86 degrees the year around. Miss Annls will drive in her car, and is to be accompanied by a teacher, Elizabeth Allenbrand, of Darlington, Mo. Homemade Ice Cream Served— The G division of the Good Hope Aid, Mrs. D. C. Gardner, chairman, served homemade Ice cream and cake In the Community room of the church Friday evening, and was successful beyond the women's fondest hopes. To the disappointment of late arrivals the supply of the homemade product ran out and "store cream" had to be substituted. Some patrons were doubtless kept away by threat of storm, which, however, held off till all had been served and most of the workers had gone home. A large number of patrons came from Burt and Algona, and their patronage was greatly appreciated. Wedding Anniversaries Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. Mack Schroppel, Schaller, were Saturday to Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll, and the two families • drove to Armstrong Sunday morning to attend services at the Methodist church of which Mrs. Knoll's father, the Rev; C. B. Mitchell, is pastor. The three families had dinner together in celebration of the wedding anniversaries of both the Schroppels and the Knolls, the dates for which were June 17-21 respectively. Arthur Mitchell, who had been at the Knoll home 1'or some time, returned with them to Armstrong, where he will remain most of the summer. The Union township 4-OH club IB giving an entertainment at the community room of the church this week Friday evening. Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Madden, Garvln, Minn., four daughters, and another daughter, Mrs. Edwin Bedow, Marshall, Minn., with two children were guests Sunday afternoon and Monday at William Treptow's. Mr. Madden, a brother of Mrs. Treptow, was once «, resident of this community and as a young man taught in the Staley, Cook, and Donovan schools. Mrs. Homer Wlllett, who had been at her daughter Mrs. Paul Schmidt's returned to her home at Manson Sunday. Mr. Willett drove here for her. During Mrs. -Willett's stay here a child was born to her daughter, but it survived only a few days, and interment took place Saturday. Mrs. W. C. Nelson returned Sunday evening from Rlngsted, where she had spent several days with a sister-in-law, Mrs. Chris Christianson. Mr. Christlaneon was in the hospital at Esthervllle, recovering from a major operation. Mrs. Christiansen is a sister of Mr. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Morris, .of Oakland, and their daughter Leona spent the week-end at C. L. Dittmer's, en route home from a visit with a son at Madison, Wis. Mrs. Gladys Dlttmer-Morrls is a daughter-in-law. , The Marvin Ruggs called on friends, here recently, en route to Rochester for medical attention. Mrs. Rugg, formerly Vesta, ,Dau, was a daughter of Max Dau. Mrs. Kate Annis and her daughter Beth visited the former's sister, Mrs. A. H. Allen, Mankato, Monday. Mrs. Allen is in her 91st year. 1 Mrs. E, L, Kelso, Fairfleld, a son, and James Goodwin Jr., Des Molnes, went home Saturday, after several at W. J. Bourne's. FARM The fly seasoh is here* Protect % horses by getting a set of yo FLY and Nose Guards •• ' i j All kinds at the lowest prices in years, I F. H. Shackelford THE HARNESS DEALER Picnic for S. S. Children— I The Primary department of the Methodist Sunday school was entertained last week Monday at a picnic on the church lawn given by the teachers and officers. Games were played and lunch was served. Assisting were Mrs. Rae Stone, Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mrs. Frank Chambers, Feme Lindebak, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, and Mrs. James Chrlsten- sen. Edith Alexander and Mrs. Ed Allen were guests. Attend Christian Endeavor Meet— Two cars of local Presbyterian young people attended a state Chris- INSURANCE XO88UTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Orer 115,000,000 worth of insuran** 4ft force. A home company. Safe ••core. J. O. Paxson, Secretary. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. X. L« Barre Al FalfcenbataM Reliable Ins. Service Phone 55. •CKy Property Loans. Farm Loan* Insurance. Real Estate. CUNNINGHAM & LACT MT W. State St. Algona, low* JOE GKEENBEBG New and used Auto Part* \ Tires and Accessories. Hides, Fur and Wool. Algona, Iowa. , MODERNS CURL SHOPPE N, f -i* Phone 68, Fenton Frederick Vita-Tonic Permanents |( finger Waves and Marcels, SOc. J^H other beauty work. Creamery Buys Milk Route— The Blue Grass Dairy, managed' by H. E. Frost, has sold Its milk business to the local creamery, which will take over the milk route July 1. Seminary Quartet is Heard— A large number of Whittemore Lutherans were at Lotts Creek last week Tuesday evening to hear the Largo Quartet, of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Kittenball Schedule is Prepared— Captains of the Lutheran kitten- ball teams in this neighborhood met last week Wednesday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran school to adopt a league schedule. PIANO TUNING , J. C. Colburn, Tuner 80 Tears Experience. Unitary Band Insts. Tuned. Expert Service Guaranteed. orders Foster Furniture Store or Phone 642, Algona. M'esley Wins Sunday Game—The ball team played at-Wesley Sunday and lost, 12-9. The team has lost more games so _ far this season than it has won, but the boys are not discouraged. Hotel and Cafe Repainted— The Iowa Hotel and Cafe is being repainted for Dorothy Kenne, the new lessee. tian Endeavor convention at Webster City laet week Tuesday. This year conventions are held at four places in the state, this so more young people can attend. The Lu Verne people were the Rev. am Mrs. A. J. Koonce, Gwenetha and Byron Jones, Florence Ramus, Lottie Mason, Virginia and Phyllis Lichty, and W. B. Mason. Bible School Programs Given- Programs of recitations, songs and an exhibition of Bible schoo work were given Sunday at thi Presbyterian and Evangel i c a churches, when Children's day wa celebrated. A Missionary play, Th Color Line, \\:as presented by th young people of the Evangelica church. Offerings were taken fo missions at both churches. Wedding Anniversaries Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty an Phyllis and W. B. Mason left fo Chicago last Thursday to visit th F. G. Hagists and the Don Llchtys Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and Mr and Mrs. Hagist were married at double wedding June 21, 1911, an Eagle Grove at the ,Geo. Jones home. Vera Tiede, attending college at Detroit, got home last week Wednesday. She and her sister Elda recently made a trip to Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Marty are at Iowa City, w,here Mr. Marty is attending summer school. He exp'ects o teach at Cloquet, Minn., again ext year. Doris Larimer is at home from Chicago, where she has been at- ending college, and Theodore Coschler is here from Lombard col- ege, at Peoria. Hildegard Lothringer and Ruth ngel, the latter of Fort Dodge; pent the week-end at the Charles Volfe home, and the Wolfes took hem back Sunday night.- Al Miller and Milo, C. H. Lichty, ind Jack Huff, the latter of Sexton, vere fishing in northern Minnesota ast week, ; Mrs. Robert Masterson and Cordelia Ristau returned Sunday from Ames, where they attended a 4-H club convention. . The C. J. Johnstons, Wilmington, Calif., arrived from Rochester last week Wednesday to visit with relatives before going home. Mr. and Airs. Harold Phillips BEE SUPPLIES A full line of Bee Supplies. Get them of G. E. Van Dorston, having moved to north end of N. Minnesota street, which Is first street east of paved street leading to Burt. Gospel Team Conducts Services- Helen Morrow, Bernlce Wilson, Harriet Smith, • Bernlce Dearchs Helen Parsons, Mary Foster, Gladys . Rising, Margaret Lease, Robert Richardson, and Donald Parsons were members of a gospel team from the Algona Methodist church which supplied for the local pastor at South Cresco and Good Hope Sunday morning. A symposium of the Life of Christ and special musical numbers provided a service of interest. Aid Holds Postponed Meeting— A postponed meeting of the Good Hope Aid was held at Mrs. J. M. Elmore's lost week "Wednesday. The hostess was assisted by Mesdames A. R. Cruikshank and Etna Mitchell. The next meeting is this week Thursday at Mrs. Otto Eng- Strom's. Mrs. Engstrom will be as- WEHLER fil.'cd r iv- franu's. $8.50 llou™ •* h. H.. I., F, W. WEHLER & CO, rimnf 210 MKIIIIII. ln»u 1927 Chevrolet coach . 1—1929 Whippet truck I 1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1929 Chevrolet coach Nash Sedan 1—1929 Chevrolet truck I 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—yiodel T Ford pick-up box 2 track stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet KOHLHAAS BROS, - Phone 200 Emmetsbnrg Golden Anniversgry celebrating Third Annual Golden Air Showl SUNDAY, JUNE 28th, 2:00 p.m. An AddreM by Senator Smith W. Brookhart 5O AIRPLANES — Th . c Iat , CBt fe^r in aircraft. Middlewert'll greatest pilots. Iowa's largest Air Fair. AAtt- •? n E* •? ft ft <t «p «|JI JJJ> tc. mm ft K< «B> «P «p To the spectators ... Bags of gold... and Free Airplane Rides Plenty of thrillt ,. daring flying .. speed rocei, balloon butting .. spins . . barrel rolls .. oulili»\ ; loopt .. parachute drop ADMISSION SOc—CHILDREN FREE Aviation Ball Saturday Night made a business trip to Grundy Center Friday and also visited the R. S. Sherwoods at Parkersburg. Mrs. Jennie Levier had as guests Mrs. Joeie Bailey, the latter's son, and Mrs. Susie Rollins, all of Sylvis, 111. The three women are sisters. The Otto Willeys returned recently from a trip to Illinois and Wisconsin. Fern Barton, who has been seriously ill for several weeks, seeme to be improving. The Roy Peitzkes, Webster City, were at F. A. Niver's and H. E. Peitzke's Friday. Mrs. C. C. Anderson, Grant City, Mo., arrived recently to visit the parental W. F. Godfreys. Mrs. H. Brummond left Saturday for Webster City to visit her daughter, Mre. Roy Peitzke. Gwenetha Jones is spending the week at Goldfleld. IF 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., Des Moines, Iowa. g32tf THE NEW FORD.; / STANDARD S EDAN MIMEOGRAPHING W ^I^J^ff W W^B^W T ^I^TP^P First Child for the N. J. Meurers— A boy was born -to the N. J. Meur- ers, Plover, one day last week. This is the first child. Father Veit Attends Retreat- Father Veit attended retreat for priests of the Sioux City diocese at Trinity college last week. Other Whittemore. The H. C. Meyers and the Roger Elberte spent Sunday at Mason City with relatives. Mrs. Grace Gebhart, her children, and Mrs. Bertha Bowers Skow, the latter of Emmetsburg, were at Mason City Saturday. Mrs. Leo Walters and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Algona, with Mrs. Leo Elbert, Minnie Elbert, and Marvel Elbert drove to Mason City Saturday. The F. C. Wegeners, Lone Rock, spent Friday evening at Arthur Heidenwith's with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener, who have both been isick during the last few months. F. C. is a nephew of Fred Wegener, and Mrs. F. C. and Arthur are sister and brother^ The H. S. Daileys and Mrs. J. W. McCreery drove to Fonda last -*«elt Wednesday to visit the J. F. Mc- Creerys. They were accompanied by Jean and Valorie McCreery, who had been visiting here a weefc or so. Just Before the Vacation Trip There are two suggestons which may help you as they have helped others. 1. See that your valuable papers, little family heirlooms, etc., are tucked away in a Safety Deposit Box—safe from fire and theft and loss. 2. Provide yourself with Travelers' Cheques. We have them in all convenient denominations. If they are lost or stolen, you are fully protected. We wish you a happy vacation trip. Kossuth County State Bank Algoia, Iowa A beautiful five-passenger car, with longer, wider body, attractive, comfortable interior. The slanting windshield is made of Triplex safety plate glass. You can now have the new Ford with safety glass in all windows and doors at slight additional The price of the new Ford Standard Sedan is $590, o, b, I

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