Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1932 · Page 6
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1 S v; ; k s % '' /'" * "" l - v : ""<''''' /iv> T " 4 ^ !r'' ^^'^vl^^Q^fe^itt^^^ Bank Building to be SOLD ^People's Savings Bank Building, St. Benedict, including two lots, out- Jiouses, vault door, oak counter and grill work,.Crescent circulator heater, wall desk and blackboard, will be sold at 2 p. m., May 26th at the courthouse, Algona, Iowa. We have B contract from a buyer for $120.00 cash, but higher -bids will be accept-, ed 'fm the day of the sale. J. M.' HBRBST, Examiner iri charge of People's Savings Bank,. St. Benedict, Iowa. First—in the dough. Then in the oven. You can be sure of perfect bakings in using— KC BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER 4O YEARS 25 ounces for 25c MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT 1882 KOSSUTH ICNEB DIES ATBURTHOME Burt, May 17—John Martin Dettman died at his home here early Saturday morning following (in illness of ninny months With pernlc- !ous anemia. Mr. Dettrnah was born November 3, 1861 In Kolbe'-nf, Germany. He came to Janssville. \Vls., with his parents when he was about six years old. He came to Iowa in 1882 and settled in Kossuth. February 5, 1883, he was man-led to Johanna Doerlng. Three children survive, George, Mrs. Martha Adams. Algona, and Paul. Bach sons live OP. farms near Burt. Mr. Dettman lived for many years on a Earn; south of Burt and about 15 vears ago retired to a home In I3urt. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Monday afternoon, the Rev. S. H. Ate'i In charge, and burial was made iri tli> Burr, cemetery- Mr. Dettman is survive! by his wife, three children, 11 grand-children, and one sister, Mrs.- Will Doerlng, Clear Lake, Minn. Among the out-of-towp relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Will •Doering and a son and daughter, of Clear Lake. Minn. Lone Rock Observes Last Day of School Lone Rock, May 17—A track meet, community dinner, and baseball game has been planned for Friday, tfce last day of school; The track meet will be held at 10:30. The dinner is at noon with'each family supplying a covered dish and enough Hurt to Graduate 16— The baccalaureate sermon was given at the Presbyterian • church Sunday .evening, by the Rev. J. E. Clifton. Special music was given by a choir of young people. Commencement exercises will be held at the Methodist church this Thursday evening. Dean R. E. Rienow, of the state university, will deliver the address. A class of 16, 12 boys and four girls, will be graduated. They are Edward Polhemus, Bruce Clifton, Wlllard Stow, Donald Ringsdorf, Oliver Stewart, Verne .and Emil .Lovstad, Norman Sanderson, Richard Lavrenz, Donald Patterson;/ Dean Clapsaddle, William Giddings, V'era Chipman, Ada Schwietert, Letha Mann, and Viva ' Brayton. Vera Chipman is valedictorian and Bmil l<ovstad will tory address. jive the saluta- PERSONAL Loans $U.UU UK Ltuu tupe, cml.ar- rassment or delay. Families living In Algona and vicinity can secure any amount up to |300 at legal interest, on furniture, automobiles or lire ntock. It Is easy to secure a loan through this Company and easy to pay back. Just one small payment a month. Morness Family to Remain— A rumor to the effect that N. I. Mornesa, section foreman, might be transferred .or possibly lose his job entirely has proved to be without grounds. Mr. Morness will remain at Burt and will also have charge of the Bancroft section, the Bancroft division having been eliminated. This will give Mr. Morness 14 miles of track to care for, from about half way between Algona and Burt to two miles north o£ Bancroft. Mr. Lund, the Bancroft foreman, who it was thought might be transferred to Burt, will probably be sent to some other point. sandwiches for themselves, A ball, game will be played with Seneca In the afternoon. Baccalaureate services were held In, the school auditorium Sunday evening, the following program given: Processional, Miss Dunn; Scripture lesson and prayer, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone; music, girls, sextette: sermon, the Rev. Mr. Gladstone: music,• girls' glee club; processional, Miss Dunn.,. Two Slumber Parties Given- Muriel Long gave a slumber party last week Tuesday. The Home Economics class was present, and included Cleo Hobson, Margaret Gladstone, Dorothy and Evelyn Bler- stedt, Margaret Householder,. Ruby Cherland, Imogene Roderick, June Blerle and Dorothy Dacken. Pearl Wiener, Beryl Sanders and Grace Newbrough. Ruby. Cherland also •gave-a slumber party Thursday evening. Those present were Carla June Holllster, Dorothy and Evelyn Blerstedt, Irene Whltford, and Muriel Long. League Teum Befools Rodman— The Lone Rock Twin Six team played Its first game at Rodman Sunday and won 14-5. The batteries for Lone Rock were Hutchinson and Marlow. Elmer Pijahn made a home run and a triple. The schedule for the first half of the season followe: May 22, Mallard here; May 29, at Fenton; June 5, Rodman here; June 12, Fenton here; June 19, at •\Vhlttemore; June 26, at Titonka; July 23, Whlttemore here: June 10, at Mallard; and June 17, T'tonki here. John Sprank Under Knife- John Sprank went to 'Mankato last week for an operation Saturday for ulcers of the stomach. Mrs. Sprank and the nurse, Alma Madison, went over Saturday. Frank Sprank and 'Mr. and Mrs. William Flaigr and baby went to Mankato Sunday and Mrs. Sprank returned with them the same day. Mr. Sprank is reported recovering. Students See Business Wonders— Juniors and seniors spent last week Wednesday at Mason City, where the visited a; brick an-r tile factory. Decker's packing plant, the Globe-Gazette, and Hamilton college. They were accompanied by Superintendent L. E. Godfrey, L. R. Roderick, Margaret Roderick,' Fred Genrich, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Dinner Honors Liniffn Anffns— A birthday dinner was given for Lillian Angus at Lawrence Dlttmer's Sunday. Present xvere her piireftta, Mr. and Mre. R. T. Ang'u, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Crulksfunk, the Joe Rlcker family and Mr. John McNlel, 'Algona, and and Mrs. Neva Rath, Evelyn Blanchard, and Albert Shaser. County President In Talk — The Auxiliary met with Mrs. Ira Newbrough last week Wednesday. Mrs. Schenck, county president, gave a. report of the county executive meeting at Titonka^ and asked that the quota be made, Since this meeting dues for a new member have been paid, making .a total of 20. . ___^ Posters Advertise Popples— The Auxiliary held , a special meeting Friday at Mrs. N. L. Cotton's. A wreath and motto of pop- ples were made and placed In business places to advertise the poppy sale May 28. AnxRIary to "Sell Popples— The Auxiliary will sell poppies next week Saturday, May 28. Other Lone Bock News. The Mite society met at Lawrenc? Dlttmer's last week Thursday. Mrs. Lillle Thompson won the flower contest. The meeting win be held next week Thursday with Mrs. Frank Flaig. Mr] and Mrs. Emil Pearson are parents of a girl, born last 'iveefc Thursday. Mrs. William Krausra- has been taking care of mother and child. ' Donald Blanchard. attending Cedar Falls college, came home Saturday to visit his parents, the J. M. Blanchards. He returned Sunday- The Tuesday club met with Mrs; Ethel Benjamin. Present were Mrs. Willis Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen, and Mrs. Ernest Jensen. Ralph Wolfe, of Waterloo, visited at Calvin Householder's Sun'lay. Mr. Wolfe -is a brother of .. Mis. Householder. Agent Mlcha resumed his -duties at the depot this week. Morris Miles,. substitute, has returned to PauF- llna. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and Mrs. Andrew Thomson attended a school picnic at Bertha Blanchard's Friday. iRose Krause and Junior Reed, of Humboldt, were week-end visitors at William Krause's. The J. M. Blanchards are having the interior of their home decorated by Fred Genrich. Priebe brothers gave a dance in Diamond pavilion Friday with 300 present. Semester examinations were given Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Lone Rock defeated Whlttemore 7-3 last Friday here. s.b.wttwn^ Uiitll. ANNOttNCM v.™«-, tor ahefllf of v county on Ih8 tefeubllcftj subject to the will of th& Fred ti, Powell. ;.. I HERBS* ANNOUNCE dldacy «or representative of suth county, 'on the "»» ticket, subject to the Will of voters.— J. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE M? CAN- dldacy for the dertiodratld ^ ln - atlon for supervisor In the First district. Your vtfte will be apprecU ated.—Henry Scheppmann, Ir ™$' ton. 23p33-3jf ffi. L. HARRIS,- CANWDATEi Republican nomination for sheriff at primaries June 6. M'-« years experience'aa d «P uly I HEREBY ANNOUNCE-THAT I am a candidate for supervisor In District No. 3, on the democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated.—W. S. Cosgrove. 26p35-38 . soh*« by gride* j lej co?h6t Soto, .Pltft Lltihly; VfAltis ~ Mftweri, (mliW-chptUS! " ,...*....$ feOlo, Arirteiitha Pale M6oh and Star Lullaby, * <3lee clubi clarinet trio, Bernlce Swenson, Richard Ntver, Mr, Spot 4 void; Peanuts and Pennies, operetta- In three acts, grade boys' chorus* Crowd at M< E. There was a large attendance at the Methodist homecoming Sunday morning, when Dr. W. H. Lease, of Algona, preached. Between 150 and 200 enjoyed a Covered dish lundheott at the city hall, where Dr. Lease gave another Splendid talk.'.The Rev. Mr. Baddeley preached the baccalaureate sermon at the schoolhouee at Llvermore in the evening, and Mrs. Baddeley conducted the ** r t vices In LU Verrie. There .was a boys' choir. » Graves t« Be Decorated—^, , Eighteen members and seven visitors attended Cemeterji* society at Mrs. P. C. Llchty's last Thursday. Plans were made to make, wreathe for soldier's graves Decoration day at the Rev. Mr. .Baddeley 'a Sunday, •May 29. Flowers to be donated should be taken there. ,'Some of the flower beds .at the' —Cemetery-; need plants, and donations can be left at Peter.Thompson's. 'The next"meet- Ing '-will be June 9 with Mrs. D. Voss. , " \ ' : ;." . : Mrs. Spooner's Father Dies— Mrs. Maynard Spooner received news last week Monday evening of the sodden death 'of her father, the Rev. Mark Williams, of Turton, S. D. The Rev. Mr. Williams died of a heart attack. He wae 67 years of age and wns a retired Presbyterian mfnfeter.. HFe visited at Lu yerne last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Spooner "left for Turton Tuesday .morning.:' Party fa GlWn for Awards— 5fr-.. arid 1 ' Mrs. Burdette Agard were entertained'last Thursday at a cafeteria picnic dinner at the lodge at Call' state park; Algona. After. dinner- ibrfiJgB' TOW prayed at six tab'les. Mr. and Mrs. Aganf were presented with a pair of etched-plaques as a S°™ township, on the remembrance.. All- Lu- Verne, teach- cket.—Ernst-G.Thiel. ers- were included in the group entertaining. '•',: . : OAtf- Mawdaiey. 28083-87 I ANNOUNCE MY CANDIDACY for fthe republican nomination for JuSr iice of the. peace, Atgona township* —Hiram B. White. ' 18U34-38 I .HEREBY. ANNOUNCE as a candidate for constable, .Algona township, on the republican ticket.—C. C. Wright. lSp35-38 I AM A .CANDIDATE FOR THE republican nomination for supervisor In the Second district at the June primary.—C. B. Albrlgh_t._20p38 A* \6ng as you have art e*cea» of urtc acid in 1 the Joint*, blo6d n ,and y6U AW going w haVS matlc patfifl,, aches, tWlnge* Joint swelllnga-^-yoU can't help but have thetn. ' . Jl M So start today *lth a swify *&ti, popular prescription to get rid of all your annoying rheumatic troubles— , juat ••*, E, W; Lttsby or^any druggist for one, 86- cent bottle M of Alfenru— * MturtM* 'scientific , for mula free from opfctea.&r nwv deadenlii? drugw-^t drives out all pain and agdny tn 48 hours — rt<* money back, i > ' Uric acid px»fson Mart* to leave body In 24 hour*— the same guarantee holds good for Sctattca, Newrttto and Lumbago— w*y not *t«rt to gat well today. '• ' '- I HBHtBEY' ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the republican nomination for constable, Algona town- shlp.^Tesse ;Rlddle. I AM A CANDIDATE FOR RE• publican nomination for sheriff of Kossuth " county subject to the will of the :voters in the June primary. World war veteran and member of American Legion.—W. H. Steward. ; . 33p36-38 I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF as a candidate for constable, Al- republican 36u39 Teacher Resigns- Pusftfoit Eva R'oy, who has taught the first and" second; grades i'n the local school' for two years, has been elected at Ogden for next year. This is closer to her hqnie at Dow City. Nbrma Partridge, of Owatonna, Minn., has been engaged 1 to fill Miss Roy's position.-. 11 tli era n Cliol'r Pleases— The Lutheran choir gave a secu- ar program in the church basement ist Thursday night. It was dlrect- d -by the teacher, Ernest Zertz, and here were songs- by the choir, quar- et, a dialog, monolog-, piano duet, musical reading, sofa, and pantomime. • CONFIWENTIAI; LOANS to SCHOOL TEACHERS If Not Near a Representative Write Us Direct SEE CUNNINGHAM & LACY Flume 698 Algona Representing FEDERAL FINANCE CO. Des Molnes FOR AUDITOR Mothers' Bay Tea Given— The Busy Bee club held its annual Mothers' day tea at Esther Bahling's -Friday afternoon with 70 members and guests present. The program was: Welcome, by Mrs. Clifford Holding; piano solo, Mrs. Frank Thompson; one-act play, Mrs. Clarence Riebhoff, Mrs. Chris Long, and Zelda Long; recitation, Dorothy Bahling; musical number, Mrs. A. "A. Graham, Edna Staley, and Dorothy Scott; . reading, Mrs. John Long Jr.; vocal solo, (Betty Walker. Mrs. A. A. Graham Is Honored— A family picnic dinner in honor of Mrs. A. A. Graham, Holly Hill, Fla., was held at the Call state park Sunday. Among those present were the J. D. Graham, Harvey. D. Graham, J. G. Sewick, F. O. Stow, and D. E. Fitch families, and the J. T. Graham and August Strom families, Algona, and Alfred Matson. P. T. A. Officers Are Named— The P. T. A. elected the following officers at its meeting last Thursday evening: J. D. Graham, president; (Lloyd Elston, vice president; Myrtle Hanna, secretary; Mrs. C. B. Chipman, chairman of the program committee. The most of the evening was spent in viewing an exhibit of the work of the school year. Geo. P. Hawcott Candidate for Republican Nomination for COUNTY AUDITOR World War Veteran FREE A $1.00 box VANARD Pace Powder for only 25c—and a bottle of perfume FREE. You get BOTH FOR 25c FBIDAY AND SATURDAY May 20 and 21 Paine & Sot-onsen Drug Store Every 38 seconds of the working day someone buys a Majestic Electric Refrigerator.—See Algona Auto Market. WECALLFOK </W DELIVER YOURf £lk Cleaners and Tailors fff^^^W BIMe School Here Planned— The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Nelda and Ellen Volentine and Marguerite Elliot went to Garner Saturday to attend a meeting to outline daily vacation Bible schools. Such a school will be held in the Methodist church here, beginning Muy 30, and continuing for two weeks. Ventura League Entertained— The Burt and Fairville Lutheran Walther Leagues entertained the Ventura league at a rally at the Lutheran church here Sunday afternoon and evening with 60 present. Good 'programs were given, part of which was an oratorical contest, won by Hilbert Hantelman, of (Fairville. Memorial Day Speaker— The Legion post has secured H. J. Craig, Jefferson, to deliver the Decoration day address. Mrs, Craig is state sargeant-at-arms and last year was district commander of the eighth district. Mite Box Opening 1 Saturday— The W. H M M. S. will hold its annual mite -box opening at the church Saturday afternoon. A good program is being, prepared and a cafeteria luncheon will be served. Other Burt News, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Schwietert, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Manon, Mrs. C. P. Whalen, Arthur Barker, and Melvin Hunt. Dolllver, were Sunday guests at W. H. Schwletert'a. Helen Schwietert, who has been spending a three weeks vacation at home, will return to her work at the Methodist hospital at Des Moines Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mackay, Pipestone, Minn., came Monday and Visited till Tuesday at Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson's. Tuesday Mrs. Patterson left with them for a ten days visit with relatives at Cedar •Rapids, Des Mojnes, and Van Meter, is Mrs. Patterson's Mr. Mackay brother. Iva Trunk-hill drove to Rochester, Min'n., last week Tuesday and brought home her 01 rents, the J'. P- TrunkbJlte, who bad been there a veat through the clinic. Mr. TrunkhillH is somewhat improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Johnson, of Terrll, visited Sunday at the Senator G. W. Patterson home and attended the baccalaureate sermon Sunday evening. Mr. Johnson was speaker of the house at the last session of the legislature. The Herbert Volentine family, of Truman, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Volentine, Fairmont, Minn., and the Jess Volentine family were Sunday guests at A. G. Volentine's. The gathering was in honor of Mrs. Jess Volentine's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Holding and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holing and son Jimmie .went to Farnhamville, where they, visited relatives. Mrs. J. N. Holding remained for a several weeks' visit. The others returned Sunday. Selby Russel, receiver, Lloyd Elston, and Sellna Clifton spent last Tuesday and Wednesday at Bode, where they were paying a first dividend of 27 per cent to depositors of the closed First 'National bank of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schraeder, of Milwaukee,' Wte., arrived 'Sunday for an extended visit with Burt relatives. Mrs. Schraeder is a sister of Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, and'Mr. Schraeder is a brother of C. H. Schraeder. The Portland Peppy Pals, 4-H club, will have a special meeting at Bernlce Larson's May 28, Instead of May 20. A 100 per cent attendance is desired 'because of work needed for the 4-H rally day contests. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davison and baby, Sioux Rapids, visited with Frank's parents, the W. J. Davl- sons Saturday. Frank . has 'been- superintendent' of the Sioux Rapids school for a number of years. Mrs. N. M. Godfredson and little son, who had been in the Kossuth hospital for a week recovering from 1 injuries received in the Isenberger auto accident, were able to return to their home here Friday. Mrs. R. I. Iliff, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. "Walter Burkle and baby, o£ Webster City, visited from Wednesday to Friday at the home of the women's sister, Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mrs. Paul Moore returned Sunday from Corwlth, where she had spent a couple of weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Schmidt. The sophomore class had a picnic at Call state park Friday afternoon. The freshmen had a May breakfast at Oakdale farm Saturday morning. The U and I Circle met last week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. R Saathoff's with Mrs. Earl Reed as assistant hostess. A good crowd attended. Mrs. E. E. Paine and daughter Sarah went to Fort Dodge Friday to meet her son Merwyn, Omaha Neb., who came for a week's vacation. Mrs. W. A. Peters accompaniec the O. H. Grahams, Fenton, to Ames Saturday to visit Mrs.» Peters daughter, Mrs. R. J. de la Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. G. C, Allen and and Mrs. Clifford Holding and son visited Sunday at the Elmer Kienitz home near Lakota. Edward Carson, Armstrong, visited Paul Moore Friday. The men were boy-hood friends, but 'had nol met for 44 years. The Harold Hansens, Algona, Mr and Mrs. J. J. John and Esther Ol- HENRY KLASSI SERVICES HELD AT Un/ERNE Lu Verne, May 17—'Funeral services for Henry Klasei, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klassi, pioneer family of Lu Verne, were held Sunday afternoon at the Evangelical church, with the Rev. Mr. Foster, Stllson, a former pastor, officiating, Burial was made In the Lu Verne cemetery beside the grave of a younger brother Leo, a World war veteran who died in 1918. A quartette trom Stllson sang, A large crowd of neighbors and friends from the Hardy and Renwick communities attended the tun-' eral and the floral offerings were beautiful. Mr. Klassi had ibeen 11 since last fall, and died at his farm home southeast of Lu Verne 'Friday, He was 58 years old, and besides his aged mother and wife he is survived -by three daughters, Mrs. Rura' Wallace, Buffalo Center; Mrs. Connie Mount, Owatonna, Min.n, Mary teaching near Britt; and one son Matt, at home. son were Sunday dinner guests a.1 B. S. John's. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pearson are parents of a daughter, born Saturday. Tnesday Club Has Guest Day— The Tuesday club held its annua guest day party at Mrs. O. J. Marty's, last week Tuesday with 34 members and guests present. A pro- ram on The Mother of Washington was given. A paper, written by Florence Hof on Mary Ball In Early Life, was read by Mrs. Wm. Woito Mrs. ,H. E. Peitzke gave a paper Mary Ball Washington as a Wife and Mother, written by Mrs. Herb ert Smith. Emrna Voss wrote a pa per on Mary Ball Washington In Later Life, and it was read by Mrs Albert Genrich. The .-Rev. Mr Baddeley sang a couple of solos Refreshments were served by com mlttee. Favors were bouquets of English violets. Back From Church Meeting— The Rev. D. Lang, and CPlorenc Hof, who, represented the local con gregation, returned Sunday after noon from the annual conference o the Evangelical church at Dumon .Friends are glad to hear that th Rev. Mr, Lang has been returned t Lu Verne. The Rev. Lawrence Soh of Waverly, was transferred to Ren wick, and the Rev. Mr. Hahn, o that place goes to Hartley. The Re 1 Philip Hahn, former pastor her was returned to Wilton Junction Mrs. Hahn continues to be In a verj serious condition at their home, Th next conference will be held a Manly. Bish,op Seager, of lie Mar was one of the principal speakers a Dumont. Baccalaureate Next Sunday- Baccalaureate services for senior* will be held at the Methodist churc 'Sunday night with the Rev. D. Lan preaching. Dr. W. A. Hamilton president of the Mason City bus ness college, will give the Com mencement address next week Tues day night, and there will be no ad mission fee for this program, Thei are only six graduates, the smalles class for many years. They ar Elsie Hunt, Josephine -Donaldson Dorothy gtoddard, James Bowman Donald MeCteUan and j onn yosa. Music Program Postponed— Because of Illness of Mr, Spotvol' director, the music program tha to hay* been given oss Car Hit oir HTg-hwar— The John Vosa family narrowly scaped a serious accident last week sunday when their car was hit by a ar from Webster City as the Voss ar came out of their lane. Mrs. Voss was bruised, 'but no one else vas injured. Both care were dam- ged. Tear Ends for J. J. Club— The last J. J. club meeting of the ear was held Friday at Mrs. Bernard Wolfe's. Ten members and three juests-wiere present. After a short justness meeting progressive rook was played at three tables. A covered dish luncheon was served. ANNOUNCEMENTS I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for County Auditor ol £oasuth county, subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primary. Your vote and support will be appreciated.—-Harley E Bartlett. 32PAtf I AM A CANDIDATE IN THE June primaries for the republican nom natlon for supervisor In the First district, consisting of Whlttemore Sarfleld, Cresco, Riverdale, Irving- on, Sherman, and Lu -Verne townships. — Hugh Raney, Irvlngton township. 33(2)20tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN- dldacy for county attorney of Kossuth county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters.—H. W. Miller. 24 (2)23-38 TO THE VOTERS OF KOSSUTH county: I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for county recorder, subject to :he decision of the voters In the June primaries.—Helen Dickinson / 31u23t: I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN didacy for the republican nomina tlon for county- attorney, subject ti the will of the voters at the June primary.—G. W, Stlllman. 25u23tf I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY CAN didacy for the republican nomina tlon for county auditor subject tc the will of the voters at the primary election June 6, 1932.—Earl F. Grif fith. 29(2)26t ANNOUNCEMENT ^- I HEREBY announce my candidacy for th republican nomination for supervls 1I7E HAVE ADDED a wood turn W ing lathe to our equipment, an we are now In a position to execut promptly orders for all kinds wood turning. See us lor anythin to be made of rounded wood, such a ladder rungs, lawn mower rollers neckyokes, . etc.—Thorpe Wopd Iron Works. 32-8 VAIUCOSB YEIN8 ULCERS— BUNCHES An amazingly simple home treat ment gives quick, sure relief with out enforced rest, operations, Jnjec tlons— nor failure. Simply rub tb afflicted limb with, a generous amount of (Emerald Oil and bandag it comfortably tight, JJs.g | bandog three Inches wide and. Ions £n,ovi,g, to give the necessary .,j uj?p,ort, •s Inf upward frpm the -<p&% 4o th, knee, the way the tolQ^ftem In. veins. Just follow (jlreottons an, are sure to be feelped, Ef, W- Lu,sby wont Seep your money AM A CANDIDATE FOR CON- stable on republican ticket at the une primaries. Your vote will be ppreciated.—L. T. Griffin. 20p36-38 AM A CANDIATE TO SUCCEED myself as Justice of th© Peace, Ugona townehlp. Cour support will e appreciated.—L. A. Winkel. 2lp36-38 ANNOUNCE MYSE'LF AS A candidate for the republican nomina- ion for Supervisor, Dist. 2.—E. N. 'avion 16p36-3S IMALL LOANS MADE—$50 UP to .$300—no waiting. -Loans made at nee.—Algeria Insurance Agency. 16u36tf vVWHiDert 81i 1908 nf iC^ ^l&l *.&k It u ^^ • °* ttl ' thft T»A». B, Quarton OCAiwoir * W11 Law Offices. Algona 4 , 2 lowa? l(lenM I Ot«ce tdWa phone 460-w. A JU B. Llnnan Attorney s-at-Law irrlngton L j j Attorneya-at-Law Office, 28; T. p. Phone*: Office, 28; K. 4. TA» WB88, O. w. _- Lawyers Office over Iowa '>' SHE REDUCtD-Jo POUNDSTHESAFEWAY "I hare been takln» Krnschen Salts for 4 months and t thlnft- they ore wonderful. I am 8ST ywww of« and 5 ft, 9 In. tall. I was very fat. I weighed 165 Ibs. and now I we%h 137 Ibs. and feel fine. If I let np taking the Salts one morrtlng I feef lazy and heavy", Mrs. Florence- Loftus, Boston. 1 This is Just one of hundreds- of letters we get every month — Kruschen not ' only causes you to> lose fat hut 'while you are losing It you gain In health — In vlvaclousness — you lose fat where fat Is most prominent and at the same time keep stomach, liver, kidneys, and bowels functioning naturally. / E. W.,Lusby or any drugstore In the world will sell you a Jar of Kruschen for a trifling 'sum— take one-half teaspoonf ul - In a glass of hot water every morning — go light on fatty meats, potatoes and sweets. But 'for your healths sake demand and get Kruechen Salts— imitations 1. D. dhutnway , i . - Hwmmt+ti^** < ^Attot-neys-at-Uw I Qfffe* In Qtrfnby Block ; I are numerous. It's the little dose that does it. daily '2 PILES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS' PILE OINTMENT For Blind. Bleeding and Itching Pilei. For ule by all drugguto, mail SOc and $1.00. WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. rnn.. ClncUad. OUo LCSBY'S DRUG STORE, ALQONA L. A. WINKEL Atttoney-a^Luw , • Office In Quinby Building'! , Phone 180 •» •IRAS JR. WHITI *M>WWMW^-*l.-lj«Vr Office over Iowa State Phoir* WG. Afeona™ LONG'S FOOD SHOP MEATS AND GROCERIES LOOK OVER OUR LIST * ' . : Peaches, 4 cans ; — _49c Popcorn,^ Ibs. —'-- i-____ 25c Corn Starch, 3 pkgs. . . ._25c Gloss Starch, 3 pkgs. —_ __• 25c Yeast Foam —_ _8c Soda, Arm and Hammer _ : : _______8e! Cookies, Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. ; _______25c Corn, Iowa pack, 12 cans !__ ;___ 85e Try our Mun-Hing Chow Mein. SOMETHING BETTER Visit our Meat Department. • It will do you good. WE WANT YOUR EGGS SALE PUAUTYWASHERS Only two d«y, Itft fw you |« v.nU 9 « e fjh« Dmtic Prict Reduction* •n<| extremely tow Ttrmi offtrsd dw ing tnU n| t , No pthr with** «r« li|<« or even co^r.bU to tht Q,,,' MinuU . . , no other wil) glv, you M f.rt, »H«nt .nd tfficiwl doAff Wllhlni, torn* in during thrn«yt two th, Ucto on Q»t Thw« U no on rang, fr OI , $69.50 Wt * W. A. FOSTER DOCTORS KftNEFICK * KKNEFIcl] Physicians and Surgeoti 1 Office over Rexall Drug stj , Office phone 300 ^ \l. J. Keneflck, M. D., res. mmm r. N. Keneflck, M. P., res. phon>l C. H. CBETZSJEYElT Physician and Surgeon , • Office? ln> John Galbralth Bl Phones: Office, 310; res.', Mgona P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office oh South Dodge Stre™ Phones: Office, 666; residence, 1 Algona, Iowa WALTER FKASER, M. 571 Physician and Surgeon L Office in Quinby Bldg., Room lj Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. UOURNE Physician and Surgeon 'Office: in PostoEfice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence,) W. BU AJFOTOEWS, 1). 0. Osteepothlc Physician and Sun Located over Hub> Billard Part P^urae*:: OfOee 18Z r Bes. 68J. I R. A. EVANS, M. D. Obstretlcg and Elottrothenp; »lz: Diathermy and Ultra Violet S Over Borchardt Drug Store] Phones-:. Residence 312, office I Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Deatlst. GM and, novbcalne used for. Located over Christensen St< iii.Baatnesa, 166, residence < Algona, Iowa VETERINARY -Ii. W. FOX Veterinarian Wait SUte Street, Algona Phones; Office, 475-W.; rea.._r BUILDING CONTBACTOI :.•:,' CO WAN t SON General Contractors -.•.'• : :; Eatlmates Furnish«d| Phone*: .Business, MACHIMSTS NORTON MACHINE WOBK8| Machinists and Welders Service Stock on Piston.Rings, Pins, and Be West of'Courthouse PhoneJ PBODUCE SWIFT * COMPAST ' -Cash Buyers Poultry, Enr«, and Matt Lamuth, Mgr, 'Phone 264. INSURANCE K088VTH COUNTY INSURANCE ASSOCIATION] Over flS.QOP.OOO worth of Insurf In force. A home company. wcur«, ' J. O. Paxson, C. R. la Barre Reliable Jn»urance l. Estate, RentaU J . Phone 65 C|ty property fcoftii,, Farm .. ., IiwurWe, R«tt CUNNINaHAM * 107 W, BUto Bt JOE GRBEJfBEIUJ W »n<J uW Auto Pa Tire* and Accessories —- - p ur and Wool H ; MI? (pit**** STORABEWLUIW againet loss and $ attends- Equip-

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