Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 7, 1932
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South Bend Ranges Monarch Ranges Sanico Ranges General Electric Frigidaires All leaders in their line. Buy them for less at Kohlhaas Hardware SPECIAL—20 per cent, off on all heaters. GUIDO SARTOR TITONKA, WED DECEMBER 30 Titonka, Jan. 5—A beautiful wedding ceremony took place at St. Patrick's church in Buffalo Center at -9 o'clock last week Wednesday, when Luella Recker was married to Outdo Sartor. Alice Sartor was bridesmaid and Wilbur Recker attended Mr. Sartor. The bride was dressed in liberty blue, and carried violets and lilies of the valley, and the bridesmaid was dressed In a Spanish tile drees. • The groom and best man were dressed in brown. Mr. Sartor Is a graduate of Ti- Bancroft Couple Wed at Buffalo Center January Clearance Sale ot Used Cars One De Luxe Ford Tudor Demonstrator at a big discount. 1—1931 Ford Tudor $395.00 1—1931 Ford coupe ; $395.00 1—1930 Ford Tudor $335.00 1_19» Ford Roadster $275.00 A FEW CHEAP CARS $10 AND UP —TERMS— KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa —Sales tonka high school, and has attending the university at LOANS'!!.! 0 Ready Money $300 Personal Loans Car Loana Cars Refinanced QUICK CASH LOANS MADE—NO RED TAPE—LOANS MADE TO PAY TAXES, BILLS, ETC. YOU BORROW TODAY AND REPAY IN SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Milch Cow Loans Ask us about our special low rate loan plan for the purpose ot purchasing more milch cows. Dairy cows assure a regular monthly Income. We will loan you money to buy additional cows for your herd at a special low rate, repay in small monthly payments. Call at our office or write us for full particulars. First Door North of Iowa State Bank. INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION ALGONA ' been Iowa City. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor. Mr. and Mrs. Guido Sartor will make their home in ' Iowa City, where he will continue his studies in the medical college, v, Auxiliary Watches Legislation— : The 'Legion Auxiliary held Its regular monthly business meeting at the Legion hall Monday evening. Reports were given by the committee chairman present, showing considerable activity of the unit. Following the regular business, members were asked 'to give attention to the legislative measures coming before the 72nd Congress now In sion, and to familiarize themselves with the laws passed by the Iowa legislature for the benefit of war veterans, federal laws for the bene fit of honorably discharged veterans as well as the national legislative' program. Auxiliary Sends Shipment— Hatilda Falk, rehabilitation chairman of the Titonka Legion Auxiliary, reports a large shipment to the U. S. veterans hospital at Knoxville as follows: 264 new magazines; 12 bright colored pillow tops; 12 Ibs. carpet rags; 10 packages of cigarettes; 8 coat hangers; 5 sets of earphones, as well as candy, playing cards, games, gospel books, etc., the total valuation of the shipment amounting to $60.82. This- is, the fifth shipment for the 1932 Auxiliary year. Estelle Itonackcr Heads Alumni— The high school alumni had their annual party Friday night at the Odd Fellows' hall, with Magdalene Sartor In charge. The minutes of the last meeting were read by Oscar Blanchard, and new officers were elected: Estelle Bonacker, president; Arthur Jay Budlong, vice president; Myrtle Ama, secretary- treasurer. Games were played, some of the alumni danced, and refreshments were served. Sleigh Party is Held— Young people here met at the home of Arthur Jay Budlong, and after a sleigh ride went to the home of Phydells Peterson for lunch and to play cards. Among those who attended were Phydeiis Peterson, Arthur Jay Budlong, Violet Slack, Kenneth Larson, Dayle Craven, Myrtle Ama, Alice Sartor, Bradford Buffington, Donald Bacon, Florence Bacon, Estelle Bonacker, and Oscar Blanchard. Bancroft, Jan. 6 — Luella, second daughter ot the Henry Redkers, Of Buffalo Center, and ouido J., only son of the Dr. Pierre Sartors, of Titonka, w«re married last week Tuesday morning in St. Patrick's Catholic church In Buffalo Center. They were attended by Alice Sartor, slater of the bridegroom and Wilbur Recker, brother of the bride, The couple will live in Iowa City, where he Is a medical student. The Recker and Sartor families are former residents of Bancroft. • Four Babies Are Born- Mr, and Mrs. George Wolf have a girl born New Year's day, and Mr. and Mrs. John Ayalo have a boy born that day. The! Alphonse Lenslngs have a boy born Saturday morning, named Thomas Joseph. Tim Doocys have a boy born Saturday. Mrs. Doocy will be remembered as Kate McGulre. The son of Art Longs, born Christmas, only lived eight 'hours...-. . ; 1 • Forester Party Draws Crowd— A large crowd attended the For.' ester card party and dance Wednesday evening. Kelleys, of Brltt, furnished 'the music for the dance. High scores In bridge and 500 were won by R. J. Welp, Armella Menke, Regina Berens, and Frank Lappe. — — — • Nick Scholtes is Recovering— Nick Scholtes, 76, who was operated on for appendicitis a week ago Sunday, is slowly improving. Mr. Scholtes is one of Kossuth's largest land owners. • Parish to Hold Parties— St. John's Parish will hold card parties at St. John's hall every Sunday evening beginning this Sunday. • Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke entertained • at six tables of bridge at 'their 'home Sunday evening. High scores, were won by Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and F. J. Welp. Mrs. Joe Jenks obtained the highest numbers with dice and won a prize. Mr. BURGLARS IN THREE WESLEY OIL STATIONS ^ — •• Wesley, Jan. 5 — The Standard Oil station was broken into last week Wednesday night. Three quarts of r»!T n nrl n "ft*w T^Atrnips! in pin n DTP Ull cLUU cL lew JJcIlllItr*? Ill ^IJ clll^o were taken. The thieves lirst broke the door glass, but could not obtain entrance that way, so broke a window. Slight damage was also done at the Texaco in the west end, and the K. and H., where the door Kohnke manages the Thompson Yards here. Both schools opened Monday. Mrs. Linus Putz returned from Edgewood and Milton Wolto returned from LU Verne. Mra. Pute Is principal and Mr. - Woito Is coach. Richard underkofler, Ray Brink and Nell Garry returned Sunday to Omaha where they are students at Crelghton college. Richard and Ray are medical students while Nell Is a law student. tPaul Krtvpp, of Jamestown, N. D,, and Mr. and Mrs. August Ewald, of Austin, Minn., are visitors at the Mrs. . John Kockler home. Mr. Krapp Is a brother of Mrs. Kockler and Mrs. Ewald is a Sister. Calllsta' Blsbecker returned Thursday to Carroll, where she is a student nurse at St. Anthony's hospital. Miss Elsbecker visited her folks, the Louis Elslxsckers, here. Harold Pohlman visited at the G. W. Carmeltn home New Year's. He Is attending college! at' Cedar Falls., Mr. Pohlman was coach here the past two years. ; , Corrine. Nemmers, saleslady in Kennedy Bros., Is spending two months at her home helping care for her mother, Mrs. Math Nemmers. Mrs. Charles Skllllng and two children returned to their home at Wlndom, Minn., Monday, after two weeks here with her folks, the M. A. Saunders. ' Mr. and Mrs. Al Toffelson and .son Tommy Joe, v Milwaukee, came Thursday for a visit with her parents. Mrs. Tollefson will -be remembered as Doris Dyer. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. J. Berens returned to Chicago Saturday after ten days with . his parents, the Peter Berens. Dr. Ed Nemmers returned to Chicago Saturday evening after a few days visit with his folks, the Math Nemmers. Mr. and • Mrs. T. H. McGllligan, Algona, were Sunday guests at Joe Recker's. The Rev. J. Strum, of Ledyard, was in Bancroft Monday visiting friends. the father of Mrs. Henry Swanson, of Wesley. Children Arc Entertained — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen entertained the families of their children at a duck dinner New Year's day; also the A. E. Giddings family, with W. P. Giddings. The Hansen children present were Raymond and Theron and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, Wesley, and Howard, Clear Lake — a party of 15 in all. Garnets occupied the afternoon. Shower Honors Mary Weig — A miscellaneous shower was given at the lodge hall Saturday for Mary Weig. Her marriage to Joseph Drummer will take place at St Joseph's church this week Tuesday morning. occupied 'fey^bocto L., ft smith, dentist, ' • . • The Site* Skow family returned Saturday, .following ft 16'dfty trip to Alamo, TeX,, where .they visited Mr*. Skow'8 parents, the Nets M. Johnsons. Low mass wa* read it St Joseph's church at 8 o'clock New Year's morning. High mass was helft at Iff o'clock. The Wilbur Flatter* spent both Christmas and New Year's day With their parent* at Britt. .. Bftrtott «t It. W. Pi»t, fft. aftd dray.*- ' 4-55 tty. Bltpress press Agehdy, Tom fiftHey, labor »'*' »M» toM< ton [ Council Minute* [ Alirnna. TnnrO TVfiCember 31. (1831 Algotm, Iowa, December 31, •^-Clty council met in regular ses- alon on thto day at the city hall, and among, other things allowed the foU lowing bills: ' ELECTRIC FUND. J. W. Kelly,.salary ;*....$ W5.00 Leo Bellock, salary ...... 60.00 Leo Bellock, salary 90.00 Walter Gorman, salary ... 135.00 Ray Barton, salary , 130.00 Tom Halpin, salary ....... 135.00 H; B. Stephensbn, salary. C. C. Wright, salary .... Adah Carlson, salary .."... 145.00 Terry" Durin.Co,, mdse.•••;.. i ' ':33j24 Terry Durln Co., mdse. .,. 20.97 National'Meter Co., mdse.. 63.02 , - .130.00 85.00 Kennedy mdse. & Parsons Co.. 34.78 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse 26.44 Electric Supply Co., mdse.. 16.35 W. S. Nott Co., mdse. 9.1'4 A. T. McDonald Mfg. Co., mdse ..... 30.96 Westlnghouse Elec. Supply Co., mdse 149.32 Westlnghouse Elec. Supply . 375.71 17.10 45.6(1 Hltchner & Hitchner, poles ,418.89 Co., mdse r. Pulton Iron Works nidso. ,'...,. ...... Co., Line Material Co., mdse. Security Petroleum Co., gas, oil . / Security Petroleum Co., COlIlpf •»•?• — — —— - m±mm Atf General fund, transfer —- «862.07 Algona Ins. Agency, "pub. 1 liability Ins. -*'—-..—-..* SEWER FtND . W. Kelly, salary »- *6.00 A. B. Michel, engineerings , F. Donovan, bai comp* ins. • >••*— GENERAL .FUND II, 1968, at the PO at Aigoha, Iowa, tinder the] LAWYERS ' 23.25 30.75 Jesse Lashbrook, salary — $ 84.20 Jesse Laehbrookr aaWry — 60.00 38.40 WlllardyOregson, man team ~* • Elliott suiting, man team — , Elliott Skllllng, man team and and and 28.00 Frank Skilling, labor —,-- 27.65 Chaa. Hanson, gravel 37.50 Louis Hagg, labor George iGunder, : labor Chas. Hanson, gravel——- 13.30 54.60 10.50 W, B.,0ttartsn "' R W.i QtTABfoir * MILLER] KW Offices. Phone*: Office 427, Algona, Iowa. J..L. BONAB Attorney-at-Law • Office Iowa. State, a»nk Office phone 460-W. AlgonH gULLIVAN, MeMAHON ft i,r Ji W-. Sullivan. S. E. Mci L. B. Llnnan ' Attofneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. w. S. E. McM., 403. Algo HARRINGTON A DICKIK T. P. Harrington L. J. Di« ' ' : ' AttorheyS-at-Law PHones: Office, 28; T. p. Frank Green, salary l2B.pO H..A. Van .Alstyne, salary-,, 125.00 H.W.'Post, frt and dray— "li?7 Tom Dailey, labor N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service Skelly Oil t!o., gas _— Netaon./Hdw., mdse. ii.- Borchart Drug, rent C. S. Johnson, mdse. —— George Hansen, mdse. J. L. Molloy, mdse.. Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, mdse. and labor ----- — Elbert Garage, mdse. and rent of room 13.90 3.25 4.12 67.50 1.35 14.85 1.25 6.65. 11.83 F. J. Laing, mdse. ---- - — 10.00 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 5.00 " Continental OH Co., gas, oil Remington-Rand Inc., ser- 157.37 11147.96 148.16 5.80 Thorpe Wood" & . Iron Works, mdse. _ .......... 23.89 ease Umbenhower, care of dump --------- '-- ------ Phos. Akre, rent I. ' -Lawyers ' Office over-Iowa State Phbne.:21»-W.-y.,1'. ..,•; '• Algo fl. D. Shumway E. D.I 8HCMWAT * KELLY I ; Attorneys-at-Law L Office In Qulnby Block! Phone 68 . Algona,! L. A. WINKEL . • Atttorney-at-Law Office In Qulnby Buildlni Phone 180 DOCTORS Young People Go Sleighing— A sleighing party was given the other night by Donald Banta, who furnished sled and team. Among the guests were Cliftord, Harold, Fern, and Mildred Krantz, Edward Boyken, Pauline Blakley, Loraine and Woodrow Peterson, Arlo and Harley Larsen, and Edithmae Budlong. After the ride games were played and refreshments served mond Krantz's. at Ray- IT RAINS-IT POURS In nee« of gUm* Ban, jvu ejre* tboromgMy DR. F. E. SAWYER Helen Heed Party Hostess— A New Year's party was given at Helen Seed's last week Wednesday evening, and among persons who attended were Edithmae Budlong, Loraine Peterson, Arlo Larson, Merwyn Hansen, Margaret Callies, and Elsie Kuchenreuther. Cards were played, and refreshments were served. glass was broken, but entrance was not effected. Teachers Betnrn to Work— Public school teachers who were away lor vacation all reported for duty Monday morning. Plans are being laid for the second semeeter's work. Final examinations lor the lirst' semester will be held next week. Basketball teams played at Thompson. December 18. The girls won 27-28, but the boys lost by a large margin. During vacation games were played December 22 with Corwlth at Convlth, where the second team won by a large score, but the lirst team lost 29-28. This week Tuesday night Wesley plays Seneca. The Wesley and Seneca girls' tarns are both undeleated, and an Interesting game Is expected. Edward Froelich Joins Navy— Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froelich, has joined the navy, and left .Monday morning. His brother Carl took him to Fort Dodge. Watch Party, Dance Called Off— The New Year's eve dance at the Coliseum was called of£ because of the bad weather. The watch party at the German church was also cancelled. Woman's Club Meets— The Woman's club was entertained by Mrs. Mayme Oesterreicher. The lesson was-on The Constellations, led by Mrs. J. F. Fisher. Other Titonka News. Mrs. Gray, of Burt, mother of Maybelle Gray, who attends Morn- ingslde college, and Maybelle called on Violet Slack Saturday morning. Arthur Jay Budlong, Phydells and Woodrow Peterson, and Violet drove last week Wednesday Cars Tangle on Icy Streets— At about noon last Thursday during the Ice storm, a Model A Ford headed west was standing on the paving just east ol the turn from the south, while the driver was attempting to clean the ice oil his windshield. A larger' car coming from the west ran against and caught It, and passersby at the curve saw with trepidation not unmixed with amusement the two cars whirl about lor some time before going into the ditch. The cars were damaged, but no one was hurt. The occupants of a passing car offered help. Both were foreign cars. Mrs. Chas. Hultgren Is Dead— Word has been received that Mrs. Chai-les Hultgren died at her home in Varna, 111., Wednesday, December 30, following -an illness of many Other Wesley News. The Rev. Mr. McNulty delivered a convincing sermon on the Divinity ol Christ, at the Methodist church Sunday morning. The Bible Study class will meet at Raymond Hansen's this week Tuecday even- Ing. The Missionary society meets Friday afternoon with Mrs. Amesbury. The girls' intermediate Sunday school class will hold a party this week Friday evening at the home ol their teacher, Florence Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Daughan went to Forest City Friday to see Mrs. Daughan's sister, Genevleve Lawler, at the hospital there. Miss Lawler, an accountant at Minneapolis, was visiting her lather at Woden, and was taken suddenly vice Matt-Parott & Sons Co., ' mdse 12.16 H. W. Pos.t, frt. & dray ... 19.92 C. M. St. (P. & P. Ry. pole freight 227.11 Ry. Express Agency Inc., express .... 5.98 Howard Hoen.k, meter 28.17 Cleve Barton et al, labor.. 103.90 NW Bell Tele Co., service.. 16.30 Cresco-Unlon Elec. Co. sign 6.1)1. Western Union, service ... .71 Skelly Oil Co., gas 14.911: C. M. St. P. & P. Ry,, frt. on gas, oil ...... 635.71 Ernst Thiel, meter reading 23.85 H. R. Cowan & Son, labor & material 85.00 Nelson Hdwe., mdse 9.85 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works, mdse 1.76 S. J. Backus, p. M., envelopes , • 100.00 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse .4'5 Bert Deal, labor & paint... 90.81 Alex Nielsen, labor & paint 34.20 George Hansen, mdse 1.35 Algona Ins. Agency, public Liab. Ins 226J20 J. J. Neilling, refund deposit ...... ...... 5.00 WATEE FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 75.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 130.0( Laura Mitchell, salary 110.00 O. E. Atcheson, salary 100.00 O. E. Atcheson, salary 25.00 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. — 38.44 A. E. Michel, engineering R. F. Donovan, bal. comp. ins.' Algona Ins. Agency, pub. Hab. ins. S. J. Backus, P. M., box rent r— Chas. Pomerennlng, refund poll tax: SWIMMING POOL FUND Bert Deal, labor 4.50 El, F. Donovan, bal. comp. ins. 5.16 General Fund, transfer — 3646.15 FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary •___•— 45.00 5.00 16.00 .50.50 86.18 113.10 ,75 3.50 Lu Verne Fire Co., mdse. Apparatus Star Brass Mfg. Co., mdse.- 88.00 5.25 KENEFICK * KENEFIC Physicians and Snrgcnnil Office over Rexall .Drug Su Office phone 300 If. J. Keneflck, M. D., res. J. N. Keneflck, M. D-, res. phoi « C. H. CBETZMEYEH ' Physician and Surgeon Offlfe in John Galbraith •Phones: Office, 310; res., Algona : P. V. JANSE, M. J). i' ••: Physician»and, Burgeon Office on South' Dodge Sti Phones:, Office, 666; resident Algona,'Iowa WALTEB PHASER, M. Physician and Surgeon Office in Qulnby Bldg., -Roon Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon ' Office In, Postoffice Bloc Phones: . Office, 197; residen C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Loans 9300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobile and live Stock. For additional Information call, write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY < Algona BE. W. D. ANDREWS] Oiteopathlc Physician and Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throi X-ray Office over Hub, Recreation Phones: Office, 187;' resideni E. A. EVANS, M. I). . Obstretlcs and Electrothei viz: Diathermy and Ultra Vio . Over ' Borchardt Drug St Phones: Residence 312, offlc Algona, Iowa. CHIROPRACTORS Phone 598 Representing Federal Finance Co, Des: Metaes opera- Forest months. Burial was made at GLASS Replacement Service . . . Your broken door and windshield glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford, installed $5.00 JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 to Algona evening. Arthur Jay Budlong, Peterson, Violet Slack, and Kenneth Larson took Hazel Budlong to Wesley Sunday evening, and thence she continued her trip to Hampton to teach school. The C. G. Winters returned to Mason City Friday following a holiday vacation spent at the Harms and Denton homes. Mr. Winter is employed at the Ideal Sand and Gravel Co. Henry Wibben, who has been in Iowa City for treatment for an in jured hip, came home a few days ago, and Is making his home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wib ben. Magdalene Sartor, who has been teaching In Magnolia, spent the holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor. She returned to Magnolia Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, Mrs Moore, formerly Emma Richter were guests of her mother, Mrs Gus Richter Sunday. • Helen Beed went to Rowan las Thursday to visit the Rev. L. G Gartners, formerly of Titonka. She returned Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Wilson has been ser iously ill, and is under the car of a physician. Doyle Craven and Jess Hutchln son returned to Minneapolis Sunda to work. John Wood Jr., who has bee: very ill the last few weeks, is im proved. Mrs. J. E. Keil has been ill sev eral days with the flu. Francis Lonergan, Bancroft, wae Varna. Mrs. Hultgren was 77. She left five children; Hulda, Arthur, and Mrs. Fred Lundgren, Varna; Arvid and Harry, Kenyon, Minn. Mr. Hultgren died last October. The Phydeiis Hultgrens were formerly farmers ortheast of Wesley, on the farm iow owned by Wallace Donovan, 'hey moved to Illinois eleven years go. Mirprlso Party Is Given— Mrs. John Amesbury surprised er husband last week Tuesday evening in honor of his birthday. lleven friends arrived unexpected- y, Including the s'turdivant fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson, and 'reston Chapin and Paul G. Engen. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury, Algona, was present also, having visited the John Amesburys from last week Sunday to Wednesday. a Titonka caller Friday night Young People Have Party— A party for young people of the !ongregatlonal church was given at Jorgen Skow's the evening of New Year's day. The young people conduct services at the Congregational church every alternate Sunday evening. On the remaining Sundays regular morning services are conducted by the pastor. The young people prepare programs of . readings, music, etc., and frequently ask some of the older members to speak. Mrs. Swanson's Father passes— •Peter (Peterson, an old friend of the Skow and Ole Flom families, was a guest of Mrs. Peter Skow and the Marlon Paulsons Monday. The Ole Floras .were present also. Mr. Peterson's home is at Goldfield; he had come to attend the funeral pf his uncle, Ben Anderson, at Brltt Saturday. This Mr. Anderson was sick with appendicitis. ' An tion was performed at the City hospital. Leota and DeEtta Hall left for their schools Sunday, following a two weeks' vacation spent at their home. They teach at New Richland, Minn., and Forest City respectively. The Oscar Ericksons returned to Elmhurst, 111., Saturday, after a ten-day visit iwlth Miss A. McPherson. The Kiilsholm family, Amanda Olsen, and the Ole Floms were guests at Olaf Funnemark's last week Tuesday evening. The Carl Franzens were entertained at the same home last week Wednesday evening. The Ole Floms entertained the Olaf and Henry Funnemark families last week Monday evening. The Wm. Hendersons were New Year's day guests of the J. L. Stu- ders. The Fred Loofts were at L. J. Haverly's. The Leo Maleceks visited the Frank Welliks Sunday. The Henry Amans, Mrs. Elizabeth Lemke, and Mike Kalen, Algona, were New Year's day guests^ at J. T. Meurer's. Th second son and second child was born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Dornbier, on the Nick Miller farm. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilson and daughter Lenore, Mankato, visited at ttie Nick Miller home and with other relatives from Friday to Sunday. Mrs. Wilson is a daughter of Mr. Miller. At the Catholic Daughters' even- Ing party last week Wednesday Julius Kunz Jr. won high in bridge, and Roy Sherman in 600. Lunch was served, and this was followed by an hour of dancing. Green's orchestra furnished music. The Leo Reno family, formerly Foster's Furniture Store DR. B. J. THISSEN Palmer Graduate Chlropra Thirteen year's successful Office over State's Call VETERINARY L. Wj FOX Veterinarian W«8t State-Street, Algol Phones; Office, 475-W.; tea. BUILDING CONTRAC COWAN * SON General Contractors Estimates Furn Phones: Business, 639-J; If you figure on buying a Living Room, Dining Room or Bedroom Suite be sure and see what we are offering. New patterns in Armstrongs and Con- goleum Nairns Linoleums at the new low prices. "Better Furniture for Less" MACHINISTS NORTON MACHINE WO Machinists and Welde Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Be West of Courthouse PRODUCE SWIFT, * COMPANY Cash Buyers Poultry, Eggg, and H Matt Lamuth, Mgr ••• Phone 264. INSURANCE KO88UTH COUNTY MU INSURANCE A880CIA1 Over $15,000,000 worth of ir In force. A home companj •ecure. 3. O. Paxs'on, S THE ALGONA INSURA AGENCY 0. B. La Rarre Al Falk Reliable Insurance Sen •Phone 55 City .Property Loan* .Farn Insurance, Real ttsta CUNNINGHAM * LA 107 W. State St. Algol Anybody Seen Our Pup? The other day somebody came up to our studio with something alive in his 'pocket and when it turned out it turned out to be a pup — a teeny-weeny bull pup. It was albout the size of a big man's fist and the head was nearly bigger than the rest of him. Just wait till you Bee the picture of that pup! (It's down in our showcase now). The Peterson Studio , P. S. We make pictures of pep' top. . :, . . The New Chevrolet We now have the 1932 model Chevrolets oh the floor. Free wheeling and synchro-mesh gear shift, New body lines. Cpme in and see them. We have radiator shutters for l^gS-^'SO and '31 Chevrolet cars. . Hot air and hot water heaters for Chevrolet cars, Alcohol and Prestone for radiators. We sell alcohol for 45o a gallon, Bring your own container, Oil, Gasoline, Batteries, and Accessories. TJSPPCARS 1929 Buick Coupe 1929 Model A Ford Coach 1929 Chevrolet Coach 19§8 Chevrolet; <$ach/ 1929 Chevrolet Coupe KOHLHAAS BROS. •V , JOE GttEENBEBG New and used Auto •Tires and Accessor^ Hides, Fur and TT Alvona. IOWA H. W. PO Dray rod Tr Long Distance Han Every load against loss and age of all kinds, I ped to do all kind hauling and drayl PHONE Algona, Iowa] • M.MMMMMMMMH MIMEOGRAP

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