Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1932
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<Jk 1 I*,, 1 -"• 1 ; ' THURSDAY CLUB 32 YEARS OLD Swea City, May 31—The Thursday Club met last Thursday with Mrs. James Vaux. * This was the last meeting before the summer vacation, and the next one will be on September 6 with Mrs. Arthur Christiansen. The new officers assumed their duties: Mrs. Vaux, president; Mrs. William Thompson, •vice president; 'Mrs. Samuel War•• Iburton, secretary; Mrs. William Le- Uand, treasurer. The program was on Club reminiscences. The club •« *• t ; and Airs. Earl Hoffman, >,attd Edwards spent part of v last tuttle 'Lake, fishing. ' The first ball gam* oh the hew diamond one-fourth mile north t of town was played Sunday,•' 'when Britt met Swea City. Marie Jacobs has returned from Algona, where she cared lor Mrs. Harry .Edwards, who has a new 8%* Ib. son. NEVA RATH, I LONE ROCK, WE AT 60DID HOP They returned Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahh wlll-Mnlalrt at unlws she obtains a position. . Oraee Walker spent the week-end if <•'« the Week-simd' with Mr. aWd,<j,Mtt!. Wm. Seiphmn, of Afeona. * S O. A. ftobln*on and feon' of Battle Creek* caftie - ikst week Tuesday to. Visit at Fred Getirlch'S. and to Ban* Mrs. Wm. Leeper went to Fairmont last .week Thursday to decoratft graves for Memorial day. Evelyn Bierstedt went croft Sunday to spend the summer with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heclt. Mr. and Mrs. John .Geltzenauer and Mr. and Mrs. A. Peril, of Fenton, visited relatives at West Bend Sunday. Mrs.' Ollle Tyler, of Council •was organized 32 years ago, Mrs. Olof Pearson is now the and only charter member left. This is now a Etudy club, but it was in the beginning a fancywork and literary club. It has a limited membership of 20. Lone Rock, May 31—Neva R&th, daughter of Mrs. John Rath, Was married,to Albert Shaser, son of;Mr. and -Mrs. Chris Shaser, of Bancroft, last Wednesday. The ceremony was performed at 2 o'clock at '.the Good Hope parsonage by the Rev. A. H. Wood. The bride was dressed In a light blue flat crepe dress with light slippers and hose, and carried a "bouquet of iris and splrea. They •The club colors pink and green; the were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. motto, "Mind Unemployed is Mind Unenjoyed." The study this year Jha.s been current history, art, jnusic. and House nn Farm Is HnriiPd— The house on the farm four miles Kouth and three miles west of town owned by Mrs. Sadie Anderson and operated by her son, Loren Byers, was burned to the ground last week Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Byers noticed fire around the stovepipe, and by prompt action apparently quenched it, but the blaze Hath, of Algona. They will be at home at the Chris Shaser farm. A four-course dinner was served to 32 relatives at the Wm. Rath home Sunday in honor of the newlyweds. Bluffs, came -Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp. Mrs. Lillie Worthlngton spent Sunday at home. She has been working at the G. Kueck home. Marietta Chrlstenson Went to Webster City to spend the' weekend with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Car] Paetz, of Sexton, were Sunday guests at P. M. Christenson's. The Wm. Blanchards, of Humboldt, visited at M, E. Blanchard's Sunday. Esther Godden and Beulah Gladstone went to Algona last week on business. Neoma Wegner went to Cedar •Falls Monday to attend summer school. Bible school will open Monday June 13. Students Given Party — Vera iron-Is, Rebecca Shinn, and Mary Stewart came home -Saturday from Ames to spend the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris. The Lone Rock girls, Esther Godden, Beulah j Gladstone, Berneyce and Margaret Roderick, Dorothy Macumber, Ruth Householder, Neoma Wegner, and family saved little. The house, valued at $3,000, was insured for only $800. The furniture was insured for $1,000, but adjustment was made at .$900. Mr. and Mrs. Byers are now Jiving in a small building on the farm and in the hay mow, till other arrangements can be made. Farty Honors Departing Woman— A party was Riven last week "Wednesday evening at the Methodist church for Nellie Anderson, assistant -postmistress, who leaves soon f6r Mitchell, S. D., to wed M. L. Anderson. The congregation presented sifts, and the departments of the church were represented by speakers: the Sunday school by Supt. Samuel Warburton: the choir, toy Mrs. William Thompson; the church board, by L. O. McNeil; Mrs. Anderson's Sunday school class, by honor of Vera and her friends Saturday afternoon at Ambrose A. Call state park In Algona, and roller skater at Chip's pavilion in the evening. Dorothy Samson and Irene Dalziel, Algona, home from college, also attended the party. Attend Picnic at Good Hope— Several Lone Rock people attended the picnic ,it Good Hope Sunday. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Eugene Hofius and two children, Mrs. Laurence Dittmer, Lillian Angus, Evelyn Blanchard, and Ruth and Florence Householder. PROGRAM FOR MEMORIAL DAY ATLEDYARD •Ledyard, May 31—Memorial day exercises were held at Monday at 10:30 a. m. the The park pro- Links, at dena, tit Algonft. Edith Logan and Evelyn returned Friday from Arr \vhere <they had visited a Week al John Johnberg's. Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Alice DuJl 1 ham, Mrs. D. B. 'Mayer, and Mar-, jorie were at 'Fairmont and Interlaken Sunday. The J. C. Petersons, Sartborn, spent Saturday at Cecil Peterson's, and Jackie Peterson remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Garrison, of 'Elmore, and hev n Charles visited last week Wednesday at George Thompson's. A. E. Laurltzen, Geo. D. Moulton, and L. W. Wiemer' spent the weekend at Silver Lake and Coronis. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Brltt, was here last week Wednesday, attending to business interests. Elmer Junkemeler left Friday for Baxter to attend a Reformed Sunday school convention. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett left last week Wednesday for a week at Llvermore and Chester. The Earl Jenks family, of Blue Earth, s.pent Memorial .day at the Blanche Jenks home. . Mrs. Ralph Olson's mother, brother, and sister, all of Ellsworth, spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Edward Knoner spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with relatives. Albert Brandt and Lou Nitz hauled cattle to St. Paul last week Monday. Mrs. M, Flynn, Buffalo Center, Is visiting this week at William Flyhn's. Mrs. William Weinberger spent Sunday at Mankaito with Mr. Weinberger. Janice Williams, of Redding, is visiting the ,L. W. Wlemers. The Thompsons are driving a new Chevrolet. daughters, of Mlnnesotaj dfoVe to Algona last Thursday to bring back Mr. Marso's toother, -who lives at Whlttemore. Mrs. Marso and her daughters vialted Mr. and Mrs. dtorge Lee, th« Lyle Johnsons, and Mr. and Mrs. John Rich while ahey were here, they returned Monday, The Marsos, the George LeeB» and a niece of Mr. Lee, the 'Lyle Johnsons, and the Mrs. H. Johnsons spent Sunday at Johiv Rteh's, Mrs.'MarsO, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. R|eh, and Lyle'John- son are the .three daughters and son respectively of the H, Johnsons, Phone We make 'effl, re-cove^ attd Also general wbodwork aiid blacKfttfalthing. THOBPE WOOD AKB ilM>N WOttlS rV Shop on Call Street. -..,•,;,. oi Mar'fch 2. i R 7 rft tluarton H T» AUTOS A MILLS*' Law Offices Office 427, rest Algona, Iowa. *• 1» HONAJI .... "Attorney-at-Law -I Office Iowa State Bunk mi *"* I* 0 " 6 46fi - W - "Tgona . ,k' E.-Linnan ' Attprneys-at-Law. Phoned: Office, 261- r T,: _• 9, E. McM., 403. Seven Enjoy Slumber Parly— A slumber party was given at the Edward -Bierstedt farm last week Wednesday. Those attending were Imogene Roderick, Kathryn • Ste- Hazel Rohlln;" in theibrltz, June Bierle, Muriel (Long, church, by the Rev. Mr. Weaver. There were TOO people in attendance. Mrs. Moats presented the Marvil Marlow, and Evelyn and Dorothy Bierstedt. gram was as follows; musical selec- I tion, band; quartet, Alice Moulton,' Alice Mayne, Anita Gelhaus, Winifred Friday, Irene Dyer at piano; invocation, the Rev. 'Father Sturm; reading, Henrietta O'Keefe; song, quartet; address, the Rey. Father Sturm; march to cemetery; decoration of veterans' graves by Opal Dorsey, "Violet Pingle, Alice Weaver, Mar jorie Matzener, Alethia Brack, Alice Moulton, and Anita Gelhaus; taps; salute, firing squad from Swea City. Lcdynrd Woman Loses Father— •Mr. -and Mrs. Fred Darnell, their daughter, Mrs. Laura Runkesmeier, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curtis returned last Thursday from Huron, S. D., where they attended the fun- gifts, and Mrs. Anderson voiced appreciation. Tacutlon Bible Schools 1'rosper— The Bible schools of the three local churches are going along well. The Immanuel Lutheran teachin. staff consists of the Rev. R. C. | Swanson, Theodora Hovey, and (Frances Dahl, and more than 60 children are enrolled. The Methodists have 50 children enrolled, with the Rev. B. L. Weaver, Florence •Dinzy, Ila Gushing, Geneva Picht, and Bernice Smith as teachers. The Leoim lilerstedt Graduate > T urse— Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bierstedt and Mrs. Walter Sorenson went to Sioux City last week Tuesday to attend graduating exercises of the former's daughter Leona, who has been studying nursing there. ClmMvnrl Honors Xe-wlyweds— • A large crowd attended a charivari at Chris Shaser's last Thursday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser. Ice cream was served. era! of a Mr. Black, Mrs. father. Curtis's •Baptist teachers are the Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Siemens, 'Florence Anderson, Florence Johnson, and Harriet Poole. "Wood Addresses Brotherhood — The Methodist Men's Brotherhood met last week Monday evening, 50 men in attendance. The Rev. A. H. Wood, of the Good Hope church, was the principal speaker, and a program of music and readings was given. Gifford Smith and Wayne Griffith gave cornet solos; Billy "Whitlow, a saxophone solo: 'Robert Leland and J. I. Moats, a piano fluet; Errol Young, a piano solo; (Samuel Carter, two readings. Sam- Mel Warburton and August Peter- eon served lunch. F. B. Executive Board Meets— The county Farm Bureau executive board met at the Herald shop Saturday evening. Attending were Muriel Body, H. D. A., Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lakota, woman's chairman, Geo. W. Godfrey, Algona, county president, Tom Berg, near Elmore, Edw, Droessler, Bancroft, County Agen t Morrison, M. L. Johnson, Eagle township, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ditmer, Burt, J. H. Jensen, Seneca, and Ray Miller. B. C. Boy to be Graduated— Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Warburton, Omaha, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, over Memorial day, and the eider Mrs. S. Warburton accompanied them to Omaha. The elder Mr. Warburton will drive to Omaha late in the week, and with his wife will go to Topeka, Kans., to attend exercises at which the son Harry will Shower Honors Lone Rock Bride— Mr. and Mrs. Orland Rutledge gave a shower for Mrs. Albert Shaser a week ago Sunday with 44 present. r,one Rock Loses to Fcnton— The Lone Rock Twin Six League team lost to Fenton 7-2 Sunday. fee graduated from Washburn college with a B. A. degree. 7 Teachers Home for Summer — Young women from Swea City Who teach elsewhere are returning for the summer vacation: Lucille JThomson, from Manchester; Theodora Hovey, Haifa; Emily Pearson, Faukee; Gail Weaver, and Bessie Anderson, Blencoe; Maomi Hewitt, Other Lone Rock 3fews. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Erickson, ol Granger, came Sunday to visit at Harry Raton's. Mr. Erickson will be remembered as the high schoo coach here several years ago. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, daughters Bertha and Evelyn took their sor Howard to Cedar 'Falls Tuesday to attend summer school. He taugh last year in -Brighton. 'Shirley and Betty Marlow, Vir ginia Bates, Lola Marlow, Neoma Wegner, and Maynard Genrich at tended a school picnic at Seneca last Thursday. Mite society was held at Frank Flaig's last Thursday. Mrs. Fred Flaig, of Fenton, was present. The next meeting will be at Willie Christenson's. "Ernest Jensen and two children, Marion and Dorothy, went to Downey Saturday. Dorothy will stay there for a visit with Mr. Jensen's mother. Mrs. W. J. Cotton and her ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Morgan, of Algona, went to Minneapolis 'Friday to attend the wedding of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger went to Forest City Friday to attend the commencement exercises, in which Ruby Schultz was graduated. Mrs. Melvin Hawks and two children, Charles and Phyllis, spent SRenwick; City. Lila Eckholm, Mason Town House Moved to Farm— C. M. Christiansen 'is having his town home moved 'to his farm, foul- miles west and 2>/4 miles south of town. The house, a large, square two-story structure, will be placed on the site of a building which was turned three months ago. Farmer Kills Rattlesnake— 'Rattlesnakes are not yet wholly «xtinct here. Paul Bollig, east oil town, has veen showing one he killed which fills a pint fruit jar. The rattlers were well developed. Bolt Kills Farm Animal— William Thompson, west of town, Jiad a. horse killed by lightning in the storm of last pighi. week Monday Other Swea City. Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Mrs. Mae Pearson, Buell Jearson Jr., Marjorie Peareon, and Bernice Pearson drove to Aldfcn, Minn., a. few days ago to vJalt Mrs. Walter Schmidt, daughter of Mm. Johnaon and sister ol Mrs. Mra, Schmidt, Who was Jo'itnsioa, was married ». S*i$ had been manager of the telephone exchange but has t. aMt Mr* Guy Campbell, Mr. our Homes Being' Painted— The George Thompson, L. W. Wiemer, William Flynn, and Ed Halvorson houses are being painted. The Weimer and Flynn homes ire heing done by Anderson & Steinberg. Former Teacher is Mother— Mrs. Carrie Steinberg has received announcement of the birth of a daughter to her son Joseph, and his wife. The mother was Nettleton, formerly a teacher here Go Picnicking at Lake— The Lou, Max, and Frank Nit: families, Mrs. Nitz and Lizzie Nitz Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Ott Lange, Elmore, had a picnic at In terlaken Sunday. Elsie Ttanman Is Bride— •Elsie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Bauman, was married to Floy Anderson at Blue Earth Wednes day, May 18. Bible School Is Planned— The Methodists plan a daily vaca tion Bible school soon. Other Ledyard Sews. Mrs. John Looft and Edith Loo: went to Algona last week Wednes= day, and Edith left thence for De Moines, where she is a nurse. Mr Looft visited Mrs. E. J. Skinner, a former Ledyard woman whose husband, now deceased, ran a hardware store nere many years ago. The Milo Halvorsons, Buffalo Center, spent Sunday at Ed Halvorson's. The George Thompsons were at Interlaken. The Jos. Jenks family, Bancroft, spent the day here. The Merle McAn.inches left last week Wednesday for Chicago to attend the graduation of a brother from a ministerial course at Northwestern university: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne, James Logan, Mrs. Thackeray, and Mrs. Blanche Jenks attended a senior play at Grant Center last Thursday evening. GAR CRASH NORTH OF TOWN BASIS OF $85 DAMAGE SUIT Robt. MurcTiland, Algona, a minor, by his mother and next friend, Mrs. Olive Robinault, has brought suit against Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Knudsen, .also Algona,. for $85.74 to cover ar damages suffered in an accident hree miles north of town on No. 69 April 16. Murchland was driv- ng a Ford'roadster and the Knud- ens a Chevrolet coupe, both going orth. Murchland claims -that he onked to pass, but that just os he -as about to go by Knudsen turned n his way to enter an intersecting ighway and ran into his car, which •as forced into the ditch. The Cnudsens have not yet filed answer. I. B.-White is Muchland's attorney. <!!'• P» ••torn HABIUVGTOX & T. P. Harrington L. j"i - .- Attorneys-at-LaV Phone*: Office, 28; T. p, H O. D. U , Attorneys-at-Lav; Office In Qulnby Block Phone 58 a tUJ - ~ ~ — la tyMRHH "^f^iWii 'iff, I iV-Vi i^^^^w | Unit wi* • Old-Fadiioned refrigeration cocts you more than that. A Coronado is a savins instead of an expense. The easy payments are at the rate of 8^3 cents per meal ... . Therefore the Coronado. actually pays for itself. Ontrol Acid RMiitini Pore*- IMNI IflVBWwr MODEL 45O F.Q.B. FACTORY .MOML 550 1. A. Amoniey.iit.I,iuv "Office In.Quinby Bulld| nB Phone ISO HIRAM B. Attorney-nt-Inw Office over Iowa State Bank. I . ftArt ., JJa "t, | Algona, loi Phone 206. Picnick at Park. The sixth to 12tlh grades of the Vest Bend schools, accompanied by he superintendent, the principal, xnd five teachers, ate picnic lunches at the Ambrose A. Call state park Friday, and in the afternoon attended a show at the Call. The day was gloomy, cold, and windy. The Coronado saves the average family $2.80 per month through elimination of food spoilage; saves $4.0CXthrough quantity food purchases at special Friday and Saturday sales. No ice to buy. That's true with most fine refrigeratory of course. but— you share Gamble's mighty edge on price with the Coronado — luxury at lowest cost— the finest workmanship and features of refrigerators costing far more. 3-year guarantee. $89.50 f. o. b. factory. $99.50 delivered to your home, installed. & KEXEPICK Physicians nnd Surgeoni • Office over. Rexall Druir stiml Office phone 300 J. Keneflck, M. D., res. phonil J. N. Keneflck, M. P., res. jne v , C. H. CBET/JIEYElf Physlfclan and Surgeon Office in John*, Galbraith Blocki Phones: Office, 310; res 444! (Ugona " P. T. JASSE, 3r. . Physician and Surgeon • Office 6n South Dodge Strati Phones: Office, 666; residence I Algona, Iowa ' WALTER FRASEH, M. D, '• Physician and Surgeon i -Office In Quinby-Bldg., Roomld Phone No. 12 Model SSO— SW.SO l.o.b. Factory; $139.50 delivered to your kitchen Model 4JO-SW.SO f.o.b. Factory; flM.SO delivered to yow krtchm Model 7SO— S1W.SO ».o.b. Factory; $199.10 delivered to your kitchen MELVIJf G. IIOUHSE . Physician and Surgeon Office in Poatoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, ' W. B. ANDttEAA'S, B. 0. Osteopathlc Pliyslciiin and Sori 'Located, over Hub Billard Par! - Phones: Office 1ST, Ees. MODEL 75OJ Four Corners •Pupils of Union No. 7 enjoyed a picnic in the Cruikshank grove last Thursday. The school closed for the year Friday, and attended Rural School day at Good Hope. A number of prizes were won by the pupils on articles exhibited. Mrs..Ed Genrich is teacher, and will return for another year. Farmers kept from the fields by last week's heavy rains spent the week fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen, of near Burt, spent last week Thursday at Etna Mitchell's. The Hoppe family, of Minnesota Electric Refriqerators B. A. EVANS, M. D. Obstretlcs and EU'ttrotlietipjl viz: Diathermy and Ultra Violet Over Borchardt Drug Store] Phones: ^Residence 312, office ! , -, " Algona, Iowa. t |. -DENTISTS Bud Barnard, Manager The Friendly Store 103 West State Street, Algona, : DB. H. ST. OLSOJf Dentist. , Gas and novocaine used for' traction. . Located over Chrlstensen Stoi Phones: Business 166, residence I Algona, Iowa VETERINARY I. W. FOX '' Veterinarian r , . 'Weat State Street, Algo'w'i Phonei: Office, 475-W.; BUILDING COM HA( PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Mail a Want to Fill a Want Because of the Adrance'i conntywlde circulation, want advertising in this paper U exeepUoaally pro4 le Ure. At the Maw Um N Is Inexpensive. Bepllei often cost the advertiser lets than a cent apiece. Note—Except lony "readera," a«7 kind of advertltla* art In the same type a« the newi !• a "want ad." You "want" to Bell ai well ai bny, jom "want" to trade, 701 "wait" U reat a koua or farm, yon "want" to take cowi to pasture, etc. All v»ch advertising; Is called "want" advertising h* newspapers. . Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wprcten and Harvey were at Algon^ last week Wednesday evening, visiting- J. B. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF IOWA Des Moines Annual Certificate for Publication of the Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company of Iowa, located at Algona, in the 'State of Iowa. Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty- first day of December, 1931, in accordance With the provisions of Chapter 404, Title 20, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas sadi Insurance Company has complied with . the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, E. W. Clark, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact the business of Fire; Automobile Fire, Property Damage and Collision; Windstorm Insurance in the Stato of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1933. I further certify that on December 31, 1931, the statement shows — 1st. Total admitted assets ..... ____ ..... $280,346.56 2d. Total liabilities, except capital. ..... $114,551.91 3d. Capital paid up _.$ 4th. Surplus over all 111 abilities .......... $165,794.65 5th. Surplus as regards pollcyholders ----- $165,794.65 In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Mplnes, this first day of Apr!}, 1938. (Seal) 9 E. W- Commissioner of Insurance INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF IOWA Annual Certificate for Publication of the Central Manufacturers' Mu- :ual Insurance Company, located at Van Wert, in the State of Ohio. Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1931 in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 404, Title 20, of the Code of Iowa, rela.ting to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, In pursuance of law, I E. W. Clark, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact the business of Fire; Automobile Fire, Property Damage an< Collision Insurance in the State o: Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1933. I further certify that on December 31, 1931, the statement shows— list. Total admitted assets $4,242,898.16 2d. Total liabilities, except capital _-_$2,'514,666.0i 3d. Capital paid up .$— — 4th. Surplus over all liabilities $1.728,3^2.1' •5th. Surplus as regards pollcyhold- ers - $1,72'8,332.1 In testimony whereof, I hav* hereunto set my b^nd and ray seal of off ice-at Des Moines thjs first day of April, 1932. B. w. 88 Commissioner «f Insurance , '- •'' COWAN 4.S03T•',': General Contractors Estimates Furnli Phones: Business, 63B-J; teaj MACHINISTS NOBTOJT MACHINE WOI - .'Machinists and Welder* i Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Be, Weat of Courthouse Phony PEODUCE SWIFT * COMPANI > Cub Buyers Poultry, Evr§, and HIM •• Matt Lamuth, Mgr. 7 Phone 264. INSUHAME Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads— Stamp*, Cath, or Check MUST Accompany* Order CLIP THIS FORM AND FILL IT IN Your Name-- ..... ,.,._ ...... .__._____, ..... „ AddreM __,_._ KOSgCTH COUNTY -> INSURANCE ASSOCIATIOXI Of« )|J5,q«0,QOr worth o£ l"« ••cure, 'J. O, Paxson, C, «. la Borre ——T - v — H*»aDje Insurance Sen* 1 '! L.OJMI0, Real Estate, • D "" M Phone 65 City Property Loan* , Insurance. Real CUNNINGHAM * UOfjjl 10? W, State Sf. AlgowJ How many neeksit advertisement to nm? __„____„ Amount enclo.ed f Note— Write plainly, one wwi In weh ipace fcelow, Inelualnr aame, aidreif. and nhon« io not write name In fora .below but count four «<ra wort, to /OT« co,i i 0 < k" P ?u ?* m«t re.ch A4T.n«, by W o'clock TueMay morning to In,.,* taw*** to w f »lL TI »• elia* JOIB W an.d used Autp Tlre« and Accessor!* F«r and Iowa , Jow» AOVANt WANT At

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