Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 17, 1932
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* * I*-Mr >' <0 YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME » Friday and Saturday Specials CAFE SODA CRACKERS 2 Pound Caddy 21 c ROB ROSS FRUTE GEL Package 5c Blue Ribbon PEACHES The fine ineaty peaches add to the variety at the table at a low cost. 2 Pound Cartons Valley View BLACKBERRIES Fine for sauce and they make excellent pies. 2 Full Size No. 2 Cans ___ PORK AND BEANS In Tomato Sauce, 4 A 4* Large No. 2}£ Can I UC EVERGREEN CORN 3 ».£""!. Z5c You will enjoy eating POPS Wh'eat Pops, 4 "y^ 2 Packages I I C Rice Pops, 4 Aja Package , I UC MACARONI and SPAGHETTI 2 Pound Bag _. 15c SERV SAT AG CESHELD JRDAYFOR :D SETTLER * . t' v ^ J <! *J, tf^ f i 0 A * r _ \ ^^ ' ^ |^ ^ •ufr •. v tt A " « jt Joint F. B. Meeting at Lakota Attracts 12S JFEBUOY SOAP, 3 BARS 22c BIN S 0 ,2 PACKAGES , , 15c • Crystal White SOAP CHIPS .Kind to your finest fabrics and keeps them looking fresh and new. Large Carton __. 19C Tac-Cut COFFEE Now packed in vacuum tins at no additional cost. 3 Pound Cans $1 MORTON'S Free Running SALT 2»- 15c Blueing, Stewarts Large Bottle >iPackage 14c SOLID PACK NEAR GALLON FRUIT Note the price and then repack enough No. 10 Fruit in glass jars to run you through the planting and harvest season. Oregon Prunes, No. 10 Can 35c Red Pitted Cherries, No. 10 Can 45c Apricots, No. 10 Can 45c Pineapple, Sliced and Crushed, No. 10 Two Leathers Are Smarter Than One . . Patent and Ring Lizard .. PONTRAST is the big theme this spring—and we have expressed it to • perfection in our special selection of modes for Easter. No matter how hard you are to please, you're sure to find just what you want at our modest price. For the Easter tlancc, choose a pair of our kid pumps. $5.85 We have a fine line of straps and sport oxfords for the kiddies. $1.45 TO $2.95 Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department Wesley, March 15.—Funeral 'services for the late Mrs. Jacob Road- lnger, \vho died last week Wedne3- day morning, were held at the St. Joseph church Saturday morning at 9:30, Solemn requiem mass was celebrated, the pastor, the Rev, Father Wessllng, being celebrant; the Rt. Rev. J. D. Flsch, Bancroft, deacon; the Rev!. Father 'Loeffelholtsrf, St. 'Benedict, sub-deacon. Burial was made in the family lot at St. Benedict. Mrs. Roadlnger had never recovered from a serious operation per- j formed about eight months ago, and had been confined to her bed the last six weeks. She was born April 2, 1863, in Grant county, Wie., and was married to Mr. Roadlnger 50 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. 'Roadlnger came to Kossuth county 49 years ago, and lived five years on a farm near St. Benedict. They then moved to the farm between Wesley and Sexton, -which has been their home for 44 years. Mrs. Roadinger is survived by her husband and three children: John, Freeman S. Dak.; Mayme and Frances, at home. She leaves three brothers: Joe Schaben, Algona; John Schaben, Wisconsin; George Schaben, Alaska; one half-brother, William Schaben, Chicago, and three half-sisters, Mrs. George Aman and Mrs. Joe Clnk, Sexton, and Mrs. George Valentine, Oakland, Calif. John Brirtkman had been a member of the household for 20 years, and had largely taken the place of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Roadinger. Gerdes Brothers Lose Father— Diedrich Gerdes, father of Ihno and Henry, died of heart disease at the home of his aon, John, Corydon, last week Tuesday evening. He was born in Germany, and came to the United States at 10 yeans of age. He was well-known here, having frequently made long visits with his sons. Mr. Gerdes was 75 years of age. Funeral services were held at Cor.vdon laet Thursday, and Ihno and Henry Gerdes of Wesley, attended. The remains were taken to Chicago, and were buried ibeside the grave of Airs. Gerdes, who died 13 years ago. Besides the sons Ihno, Henry, and John, he left one other son .Peter, of Chicago. Lakota, Mar. 16.—Friday night at the local Methodist chUrch was held a Joint meeting of the Lincoln- Ledyard township Farm Bureaus, and the community was Invited to attend. On account of the Impassable condition of elde roads, many were not able to come, but a good-sized crowd of 100 to 125 was present to hear a worthwhile program. The Ramsey-Greenwood orchestra, led by Mrs. Ray Miller, played a number of pieces. Mr. Holcomb, president of the 'Ledyard Farm Bureau, then Introduced 'Mrs. Miller, who Introduced members of the orchestra. A Led- ehorus sang Body, H. D. A., gave a short report arid Introduced Mary Glsch, champion 4-H club girl of Kossuth, who gave a report of her trip to the International at Chicago last fall. Geo. W. Godfrey, county F. B. president, gave a talk on What the Farm Bureau Is Working For, and spoke among other things of the benefits derived from the individual, the community, and groups nil striving to make "not only a living but a life." A Ledyard township mnle quartet sang three sacred songs, and the orchestra played while lunch was being pre r pared In the dining room. Six C'ug-e Stars Grainate— Four members of the girls' basket- l>all team will be lost by graduation this year: Madeline Hauptman, captain; Anna Siemer forward; Buena Niewald, running center r Dorothy Kraus, substitute forward. These places will be hard to fill, but there is other material developing. The boys won nine games and lost 10, including the Two members will graduate this Two Town Tickets Nominated— .• A town caucus was held at the town hall last Thursday night to nominate candidates for mayor, treasurer, assessor and five councilmen, and the following tickets have been filed: Peoples ticket—H. W. Roba. mayor; E. R.: Worley, treasurer; A. B. Ogren, assessor; councilmen, Guy Beemer, Sid Lindsay, F. C. Krall, Ben 'Farrow, and Ed tlnder- dahl; conservative ticket—-<3hris As- muHson, mayor, assessor, Bert Keln- Itz; councilmen, Ernest Trasamar, Oran O'Koefe, and Herman Wlrtjes. The election will be hold Monday, March 28. Training School Is Held— '"Last Week Tuesday, Muriel Body, D. D. A., held the fifth training school for Lincoln and Ledyard townships at Mrs. J. E. Telcamp's. On account of a storm only two women from Lincoln, Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, and six from 'Ledyard Mesdames Tel- camp, Torino, Nitz, Winter, Jerry Heetland and Alma Heetland, attended. A lesson on applied design was given, and each leader decorated a pillow top, picture ,or something similar with crayola. Achievement day plans were discussed, and plans were laid for demonstrations. Alree Boeckholt Itabe Kick- Mrs. 'Margaret Faulkner, who has been caring for her daughter, Mrs. Alroc Boeckholt, and the latter'e new baby, came home Friday for a short tournament games. | rest . ishe rep orted that the Boeck- holts had been suffering with the year, Leo Wellik and Kenneth Robinson. Kenneth was captain played forward and guard; played center and guard. and Leo Girls Lose In Tourney— The basketball girls finished the season in a game with Ottosen at West Bend in the tournament Friday evening. Wesley lost, 45-2?. Ottosen won the tournament. The girls' record for the season included 10 games won and five lost. These included th.«| tournament games olj which one was won and two lost, was a successful season; only three games were won last year. flu and that the little daughter, Harriet, was seriously ill, with a nurse from Titonka caring for her. Later reports are that she is recovering. Mrs. Faulkner went back Saturday evening and there. Js spending this week Benefit Plays >"ext 'Tuesday— . Plays for the benefit of the activities fund .will be given next week Tuesday evening. Lu Verne will present, The Finger of God; Titonka, The Red 'Lamp, and Wesley, The Mouse-Trap. The teachers' district convention will be.held next Thursday and Friday, and Wesley teachers will attend Friday, and will be dismissed that day. Celebrates Birthdays In Algona— Messrs, and Mesdames Lawrence Hansen and Gordon C. Giddings were uests Sunday at Homer Anderson's, Algona. A birthday dinner was served in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hansen, the Andersons' baby son, and Gordon Giddings, whose anniversaries are all in March. Kloliipeters Adopt Baby Girl- Mr, and Mrs. 'LeRoy Kleinpeter have adopted a baby girl, who was two weeks old Friday. At St. Joseph church Sunday she was christened Diana May. The Kleinpeters also have an adopted son, David Lawrence, who was two years old at Christmas. BUILD THIS YEAR Costs are at Rock Bottom said: Roger W. Babson, world famed economist, recently '-Reduction in the cost of building materials fcar; brought them down, on an average, to where fty were fifteen years ago, thus affording faror- opportunities for home builders." Mr. Babjsouvis correct . . . 'but the favorable opportunity may not last long . . . already the accumulated demand for housing caused by the lack of building d n rir.fi the last few years is being felt . . . prices are stit't'eaing. The builder who would make use of the present extremely favorable opportunity should do so AT ONCE. In. 1932 building savings of 20 per cent are available to anybody . . . next year will be different. Let us help you make the most of today's bargains. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Manager PHONE 256 Algona, Iowa Pastor Rnthf Sermon Series— The Rev. F. O. Johnson closed a series of nine sermons on The Fruits of the Christian Life, Sunday morning. By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them was the main subject, and the following individual subjects were stressed: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, meekness, and self-control. Youth Buffer* Broken Foot,— One day last week, while he was trying to life his car wheel out of a rut, the car being stuck on the road east of Alrec Boeckholt's, Arthur, brother of Alrec, broke the bones in one foot, when it slipped into a hole. The foot was put in a cast, and Arthur is using crutches. with the John Johnsons. *he women are sisters. ( ' The Raymond -Winters, who recently moved to the Vicinity ot Iowa Cfty, visited the Ray Estles Sunday Mr. attd Mrs. Harold Pierce went to Mason Cilty Sunday to .visit the former** mother, Mrs, George Heetland and Mrs Wessel were 'Hostesses to women friends • at bridge Friday evening. St. Benedict The flu htt* maintained a long stego here. A nutaber of people were sick last wnsefc. ' A number from hierre attended the August Garrnanti funeral last week Tuesday at Wesley-.. ' . Al Rosenmeyer drove to Hiumboldt last Thursday, on businewi. The Ted Thurnells. of 'Burtt, have moved to a farm-tJi miles south of St. Benedict. Mr. and. Mrs. Albert Blue 'Earth, and their son, Harold George, spent Sunday here with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. (Martin ^Blelcfr. and* their daughter, accompanied! iby Mre; 'Martin Seller, who had been Helping; Mrs. Blelch settle In 'a new honwat •Dolllver, spent Sunday here with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' Henry Sellee, and other relatives. The •BletcH's- movott March 1 from Tltonka to Dol- llver, where Mr. Bleich 'Is employed in a creamery. He formerly worked at' the TItohka creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Al 'Rosenmeyer were recent Visitors' at Everett Steuesy's, Clear Lake. Mrs. 'Steussy is a sister of Mr.- liosenmeyeri Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and the Anton Grandgenetts. were Sunday evening vinitors at Julian Arndorfers. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rahm, Sr., were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs: Jhilllp Immefall. Tho Leo Arndorfers', accompanied by Mrs. Mary Dorweller, West Bend, mother of Mrs. Arndorfer, and Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Studer were recent vle- it.ors at William Arndorfer's. A number of farmers here have been repairing telephone lines, which in places have been down a 'week or more. Mrs. John Arndorfer underwent a allstonesj operation Monday morning at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mre. A. J. \Fehr were at Corwlth Monday, on business. The Rev. B. H. Loef f elholz left Sunday for his home at Mt. Carmel for a fow days' visit. Mr. and Mr.s. Carol Garmann, accompanied by the former's father, Jacob Garmann, of Elmore, spent Saturday with relatives here. Sexton I 4-H Hoys' Activities Planned- County Agent Morrison, Ernie Wright, state leader' in 4-H boys' dairy clubs, Bernard Downing, West Bei)d, and a Mr. Thels, .buttermaker here, met with Gus Torlne, county chairman''of hoys' 4-H clubs, last Thursday evening to ( lay plans for he year's activities. Wins Second In Clare Wolf w Decluin— on second in the county at the declamatory contest at Buvt Friday. Forest City participated, but is outside the county. Algona won first in oratorical; Fer|ton, first in dramatic, and Burt, first In humorous. Mrs. Mobility's Mother Ill- Mrs. I. C. McNulty, wife of the Methodist, pastor, Saturday afternoon received word that her mother, at Furnhanwille, was sick. The Mc- Nultys will leave this week Tuesday morning to see her. H. S. Pupils Hear Chinese— A young Chinese, Dr. No Yong D urk, a graduate of Harvard with a Ph. D. .degree, entertained the high school pupils Friday afternoon. He old them much' about China and ex- iluined what caused the present war )etween China and Japan. Inter-Town "Ucclam" Held— Mr. Graban, Mr. Hamquist, Audrey Hastings, and Lucy Carsen, all of the school faculty, and the John Smiths went to Burt Friday evening to attend a declamatory contest. Vir;il Smith was one of the contestants n the oratorical clas. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and their son, Raymond. Corwith, spent Sunday with Mrs. Walker's parents, the I. W. Leases. Mr. eLase is somewhat Improved in health. Other guests were Mrs. Ed iStuder, another daughter, and her son, Maurice, also of Corwith. Mrs. Clyde Whaley, Des Moines, and Mr. Whaley visited her sister, Mrs. Dick IStuder. Dick Studer is a son of the Ed Studers. The Lou Rickes, Williams, visited his parents and other relatives from last Thursday to Sunday. Everett Lawler, New Providence, visited his sister, Mrs. John Hutchison, from last week Tuesday to' Friday. The Henry Looft family, Seneca, visited his mother here Sunday. Isadora Carman, son of the late August Garman, who was mentioned last week, lives in North, Instead of South Dakota, his town being Sykes- toai, as stated last week. Mr. Garman, Sr., left 45 grandchildren anc 10 great-grandchildren. 'Mrs. John Ormsby lost week sub stituted as teacher In District No. ! for Mrs. Julius Seller, who was sick with flu. The John Ormsbys spem Sunday at Garner with the family o: Mr. Ormsby's sister, Mrs. Rober Kirschbaum. John Roadlnger, Freeman, S. Dak. who attended funeral services for his mother, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Olsen and Ardeen were Sunday guests of .Mrs. Olsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hoover, near Britt. Mrs.. Hoover was recovering from an attack of heart disease, and Bob Hoover was Just getting over a four-week siege of tonsiHtis.- The Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. A. -L. Greenfield. The Harvey Stevens spent Sunday at Harry Marrain's a;t Corwith. Mrs. Marrain Is a sister of Mr. Steven. Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Nehrlng and their son,' Donald, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nehring's sister, a Mrs. Johnson, at Renwick. The sister, who has been sick, was much improved. The C. E. Taylors have moved roni southwest of Oes Moines to a arm Just across from the church, 'ccupied laet year by the John Mc- Vtahons. Mr. Taylor moved every- hing by truck. Mr. Brennam'an, the driver, said that when he left the Des Moines neighborhood Sunday, he mud was so deep that he got stuck almost before he had started. Mrs. Fred Girres, near Kanawha, came last Thursday to care for h«r daughter, Mrs. 'Henry Mantz, and' the latter's new 10% pound boy. A school election was 'held Monday and Tony Seller was elected director to suceed Albert Grosenbach, At an election at the Martinek school Adolph Girres wan named' to succeed himself. The William Packards moved 1 Monday from the Carl Paetz tenant house, where they had lived for several years, to Renwick, where Mr. Packard has secured work. Fraud's Tjuden Is Bride— Frances, daughter of the William Tjadene, near Titonka, and Simon son of the Warner Smidts, south of town, were married at the bride's home last week Monday and will live on the Henry Beenken farm, south of town. Contest at School Election 'H. H. Murray and F. W. Baum are school directors whose terms are about to expire, and two out of th> following candidates were to 'be elected Monday: Messrs. Murray am Baum and Leonard Christ. Other Lakota News. Emory and Lorraine Smith, Pear Ray Farringtons. They also went t Montgomery Saturday to visit the Ray Forringtons. They also went ti Spencer, where Emory attended i meeting of Fuller brush salesmen. Mrs. Charles Thaves came homi Friday from Estherville, where sh< has been a. week, helping her daugh ter, Mrs. Korse Eliman, get eettlei after moving from Titonka. Emma and Louise Thavee wer< dinner guests at Mrs. Tillie Kramer's Buffalo Center, Sunday. The women are cousins. Arlene Pringle came home one day last week from Cedar Falls, wher she had taken a six weeks' cours at the Teachers' college. Mesdames I. E. Wortman, John Grelese, P. R. Smith, and Ray Smith entertained the Presbyterian Aid a a 25c euppe'r last Thursday. The E. R. Worleys went to Masor City Sunday to take home Mrs. Wor ley's father, M. H. Bailey, who ] visited here two weeks. The John Smiths went to Buffal Center Sunday and spent the day in 20 WE CAN TELL YOU IN A FEW MINVTES HERE is the way 4-wheel brake»shoald grafc? Stopping DManee . 14 and 16 feet Commercially perfeet Bet»«c« 16 and 18 feet ....Excellent Between 18 and 20 feet.......—Good Between 20 and 25 feet .....Fair Between 25 and 30 feet Poor If yon have 4 wheel brakes and cannot Mop in 29 feet or less from a speed of 20 miles per hoaur, your brakes are not Working as they shmrfdv Drive over and in a few minutes we wiD tell yon bow far your car goes before stopping* If thereto anything wrong we can tell yon exactly what ft fo, . ' , . ':";'••' . •'••,' Why take any chances at all when it is so easy to have safe brakes? We test any make of car free.- • •' ,''..•''''. '"' We relme brakes and make all necessary Brake ad jmlments. Low flat rates. We nse Firestone Brake Lining, the best we are able to obtain. It costs yon no more than or- Lower Price* In Relining We use Factory 'Recommendations for Ford AA and Chevrolet Trucks. • Folded! and Compressed Firestone Brake Lining. Bofefc Rear Wheels Relined for $7.50 Foryoor own Safety-—and the other fellows', •top in for free test. T1RKS • . RIMS • * BATTERIES • • BRAKE LIKINC "Mac" Tire Service Co. *Vk? Phone 856 ' . B. Quartern * Offices Wionw Office 427, Algona, i owa . -J* 1. BONAK Attorney-at-Law Ottte* Irrwa 8tate a, I 0«te» pfcort, 4S*W. AlMB fft J. W. aMttvtn s . a L. E. Llnnan Attorneya-at-Law Phone*: Office, 261; j w T. P. Harrington . Attorney Phonea; Office-, 28; T. p, O. D. Shumway , SHCJHWAT Attorneya-at-Law „. Office In Qutnby Phone 68 , L. A. WIJFEEL ^«. Atttoraejp.at.lvnw Office In Quinby Phone 180 DOCTORS" KKNEFICK .n* Surg«W, Office over Bexall Drue Stonl Office- phon«. 300 W M. J. Kenefick, M. D> res. Bhn«. J. N. Keneflch/M. D.,'reMS5? C. B Physician and Surgeon Office in Johm Galbralth Phones: Office-, 310; res, P« >y« JAN8E, m. m PhjrilelMr Mi« Surgeon . Office on South Dodge street! Phonea: Of flee,, 666; residence I Algona, Iowa WALTER Physician and Surgeon Office In Quihtosr Blag., Room ] Phone No. 12 Fenton Margie Bailey and Mildred Goetsch, attending the Capitol City Commercial college, Des Moines,-came Saturday t6 spend a week's vacation at the Frank Bailey • and George Goetsch homes. Mrs. Kate Newel, Mrs. J. F. Newel, and Margie and Hadley Bailey spent Saturday afternoon at Frank Weisbrod's, Emmetsburg. The Mesdames Newel are sisters of Mr. Weisbrod. The Glen Sharps, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris GodfredsQn Rlngsted, were Sunday dinner guests at the> parental John Dempsey's. Mrs. Mary Hayenga returned' last Thursday to her home at Henry, S Dak., after three weeks with relatives here. The Charles Lauritzens, Whittemore, vleited Fenton friends Sunday and were supper guests at C. H. Geronsin's. Mrs. P. H. Jensen entertained the Seneca Aid last Thursday. Wesley The Methodist Aid will held a bus! ness meeting at Mrs. Ammon Lease's this week Wednesday afternoon. The Aid made $12.50 at a supper servec in the church basement Saturday evening. Emma Hoddap, housekeeper fo Father Wessllng, went to Granville last Thursday, to see.her father, who is sick. Leona Siemer is taking he; place. The Arlo Dawsons and Fred Diek mans spent Sunday at Algona, help ing fhe Henry Beckers celebrat their sixth wedding anniversary. Ralph Welter and Hazel Hudson Mason City, spent 6vnday with thei parents, the Robert Welters. TJj, Theodore Larsens, Algona, spen, Julius JCuna, Davenport, spent week-end at home. IN ALGONA »> & Y F.S.MORTONi/bON 5 C«M > . HERt COMES •rtffi. PARADE VOU *VEVER Qr&T E*COSES -YOU V*lt-C AL.WAVS &CT R£A», IF you CALL Phone 229 F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Building Materials. MELVIX G. BGOTKNE PhyglclMk and Surgeon Office ; in Poatoffice Block Phonea: Office, 197; residence, | Dfe. W. 1>. ANDREWS^ Ottoopathlc Physician and 8w 0 , Eye, 'Ear, Nose, and Throat-l X-ray Office over Hub Recreation Phones: Office, 187; residence, i R. A.. BTAK&). M. By Oltstretlcs amd Electrotherapy| wit/: Diathermy and Ultra VIoIetE Over Boifehardt Brug Store] Phones: Residence 312, office i Algona,. Iowa. .BEKT1&TS I»R, H: H. OLSON Ga» and novoeaine used for traction. Located over Christensen St( Phones: Business 166, residence! Algona, Iowa VETERINARY ;:.Ii. W. FOX ; Veterinarian West State Street, Algona Phonea: Office, 475-W.; res., 478; BUILDING CONTRACTOl COWAW * SON General Contractors . •.':••-.• Estimates Furnished I Phones; ; Business. 63i)-J;y rea,J MACHINISTS . NORTON MACHINE WOEK8| Machinists and Welders Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearing! West of Courthouse Phone j PRODUCE SWIFT * COMPANT Cash Buyers Poultry, EffiB, and Hide* Matt Lamuth, Mgr. Phone 264. For Service Get Ready Fpr EASTEH i Have your Wearing Apparel i Repaired and Dry Cleaned i Bring m y 0ur hats "and have them cleaned and reWocked for Spring. Modern M.,..«. Sd. :.k ! 'A, :,>*:.!,. KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUA INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $1,5,000,000 worth of insurr In force, A home;company. «ecure, J, p, Paxson, SecreU THE ALGONA INSU1UNCB| AGENCY .. 0. B. Xa Barre Al Falkenhil Reliable Insurance Service , . Phone 55 City Property Loan* Insurance. Beat Bistate. CVNNINOUAM * I<ACt 10T W. State St.,. • . Algona, 1 JOE GBEENBEBO New and used Auto ParU Tire* and'Accessories Hides, Fur .and Wool Alffon*. low* H. W. POST| Dray a»4 Transfer Long Distance Hauling] Every; load insured against low and a a ®'| t age of all kinds. Equip-J Ped ^ do all kinds and draying. PHONE W Algona, Iowa '-,. A VV.y£n^,T".3^ <&*.&1.1!}&&*?M*&

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