Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1932
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*•"--, ' v > '. f 1 ' *' k 'f * '" > |V '- ' »' ' 4< H FOR FUNERAL Wesley, June 14.^-Walter F. El* well, formerly ot • Wesley, died at the state university hospital, Minneapolis, last week Tuesday. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church here last Thursday, conducted !by the Rev. I. C. McNulty, and burial was made in Evergreen. He was a citizen o£ Austin, Minn. Walter, son of Joseph P. and Augusta Elwell, fiprn at Crete, 111., May 20, .1868, was ilus past 64 at death. With his f rents, he came here about 1875.- IB elder Rlwells formed north of ,vn until 1892, when the moved to Big Stone, Minn., and continued farming . Walter was married to Minnie Hopkins Emmons May 5, 1909. She is a sister of R. B. Hopkins here. Mr. Elwell, who retired arta moved to Austin some years ago, still 'had an interest In one or more "Minnesota farms. His wife and two brothers, C. W., Remer, Minn., and Alfred J., Austin, survive. Track AVorkors Were Here— A gang laying new rails for the Milwaukee was quartered here three days last week, moving east Friday. Cars sidetracked consisted of 24 for the workers, including supply cars, oil cars, etc., and eight old passenger cars for officials and clerks. Spectators often gathered to watch the •work, which was apportioned among 175 men. "Grandpa" Giddings, who saw the laying of the first track in 1870, remarked on the amazing swiftness of this work in contrast. Children's Program Pleases— Children's day exercises at the Methodist church Sunday morning, as usual were largely attended. The church was never more beautifully decorated, a flowery arch on the platform adding greatly to the general attractiveness. Bouquets of roses were distributed about the platform and front of the room. The arch was made to .appear as if climbing roses covered it. Winsome participants also added to the attractiveness. St. Joe, June 14—Clarence Berte went into the field to bring in the milk cows Saturday evening, and a 'resh cow, maddened, knocked him lown arid tried to trample him. The boy's father ran to the field, picked Up a stick arid hit the cow over the lead, breaking the stick, The cow .hen started for him, but he rammed he broken stick Up her nose, arid when her nos* began bleeding pro- usely, she calmed down. Rlrerdale Women Win First— Rlxerdale won first on re-caning chairs at Achievement day at Burt. Mrs. Jack IDevine and Mrs. Ray Fitch, leaders In follow-up meetings. Will go to the state fair with all ex- t«nses paid. This WHS Rlverdale's second year in the project work. Boys Defeat Married Men— There Was a practice ball game at St. Joe Sunday. '-The married men played the school boys and were jeaten 10-1. Epwortli T>iifrners to Convene— A sub-district Epworth League convention at Titonka ha.s been postponed to this week Friday evening. There will be a lllb'.e story-telling contest, and winnfirs may compote in a district convention at Burt Tuesday June 21. The final contest will be held at an Epworth League convention at the Okobojis, and winners in all three contests will receive a half-scholarship at Morningside college worth $75. "Wesleyan Heads Harness Makers— Joseph Meurer has been elected president of the Iowa retail harness makers, whose annual convention was held last week Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Des Moines Mrs. Meurer accompanied him bu1 came 'back Wednesday evening, having learned that the senior Mr Meurer, Whlttemore, had suffered a ibroken leg. Joseph returned to Des Moines Thursday. Bible School is Planned— A daily vacation 'Bible school wll open at the Methodist church nexi Monday. Pearl Steven, Sexton, wil again be the leader. A nominal tuition of 25c a pupil will be chargec to help defray expenses. A final public program will be given and a free-will offering' will be. taken. Surprised on Her Birthday— Sunday was Mrs. Ole Flom's birthday, and she was surprised at noon by the .lergen and Silas Skows, he mother, 'Mrs. Peter Skow, sister, Mrs Paulson, Amanda Olsen, and the tw Kiilsholm boys. Dinner was eaten ipicnic fashion in the grove. Veteran Undergoes Examination- Joseph Studer, Lester Lease and ; August Kirschbaum, also a Mr. Huff, ; Sexton, went to Des Moines last week Wednesday, and at a veterans' bu- 'reau there Mr. Kirschbaum underwent a physical examination. He has long been in poor health. Cow St. Joe Farm Youth St. .Toe Wins from "Algona— The St. Joe Cubs crossed bats with the Algona team on the Algona diamond Sunday, score 13-5 in favor of St. Joe. • Other St. Joe. . In another field accident Sylvester Wagner narrowly escaped serious njury Sunday evening while he was doing the chores. He was In a pasture, driving the cows and horses, and when a horse stopped suddenly ust in front of him he clapped his lands and the horse kicked, hitting ilm in the face just below the eye. He suffered a bruised and skinned cheek. The Tony Flushles, Lindsay* Te*» who had Visited the John Fuhrmans and other relatives, left Monday for Iowa City for other visits. Mr. FlUshle. is a railway mail clerk. The six Sisters who taught here left Monday for Mount St. Frances convent at Dubuque. Bertha Thut plays the pipe organ at the church during their absence. A barn dance at Weydert's Friday evening was well attended. Buff and his Gloom Chasers, Whittemore, furnished music. Earl Joy, Livermore, served lunch, Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and their daughter Rose drove to' Iowa iFalls Sunday to visit, the Edward Dieters. Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Dieter are sisters. •Nickolas Becker, who came -home a week ago, .'after having-attended Trinity college, Sioux City, a year, is assisting with the farm work at John Thul's. The Tony Flushies, Lindsay, Tex., the Charley Plathes, and Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrman were Sunday dinner guests at Peter Erpelding's. Mra. Catherine Wright, St. Paul, went home Monday, after several weeks with relatives here. She came to attend the Peter Klsch funeral. A ball game Sunday between Clare and Tom Becker's Alley Rats was called because of the heavy rain at Clare. Many from here attended the Hazel M. Cass shows at Algona last week. TWOW,F,M,S, SOCIETIES IN JOINT MEET iLedyard, June 14—The Ledyard and Lakota Methodist W. F. M. S. met with Mrs. Moe at Lakota in thB ilethodist church last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Clemens led the devotions and the following program was given: Story of the Hymn, Jesus Shall Reign, Mrs. F. O. Johnson; stewardship story, Mrs. G. Thompson; reading of letters from missionaries in India and Philippines, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Moe; presentation of the lesson from text, Mrs. Yahnke; duet by Mrs. Hornquist and Mrs. Johnson. After tne program, lunch, n-as served in the church basement. children, of Guckeen, visited relatives here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz attended the funeral of a relative at llmore Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler and Audrey, of Brltt, were here Friday on business. £ The Methodist Aid meets this Thursday with Mrs. George Moulton. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle spent Sunday at the parental Looft home. The 4-H club met Saturday with Irene Zielske. Hear Former Pastor Speak— Mesdames Weimer, Tillmoney, Barrett and Mayer, Miss Dunham, Marjorie and Mrs. Steinberg all went to Buttalo Center la st week Wednesday night to hear the Rev. Mr. Mathis who is conducting evangelistic meetings. The Rev. Mr. Mathls was Methodist pastor here thirty-four years ago. Ledyard Band at F. B. Meeting— A general Farm Bureau meeing was held at George Hagge's Friday evening. The Ledyard. band! under the direction of Alvin Carpenter, played several selections. There were speeches by George Hagge and by J. H. Holcomb, pr.sj.dent of the organization. Observe Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Clifton EngJeby celebrated their third wedding: anniversary Sunday by entertaining the Ed and Ralph Campbells, of Seneca, San ford Rowe Dies Sanford Rowe, North End old- imer till some years ago, when he retired from farming and moved to Elmore, died two weeks ago, aged 82. Titonka i^iffiW'fflVflfefel'j^Eg^^-^^^^S^jSM^SS^a^ ^2t L4j.£.«.^tefit!'..''t i .iSLiiS^^SILjaLliiiZJ Farmer Is Operated Upon— August Carman, Wesley farmer, whose wife is a daughter of Max Laux, was operated upon last Thurs day at the Kossuth hospital for gallbladder trouble. Though still seriously sick, he is thought to be pro grossing satisfactorily. '01<1 Itesldent Is Hero— Seth Benson, who manages a lumber-yard at Milford, called at Nathan Studer's Sunday, accompanied by his wife and their three children, 'two boys and a girl, the eldest a boy 'of 11. Mr. Benson Ls a former Wesleyan. Editor Goes on Trip— Editor and Mrs. William Sturdivant and their daughter Opal left for North Dakota last Thursday for a ten day vacation. They are visiting Mr. Sturdivant's parents and relatives. Chaucey Sturdivant gets out the paper this week. local Newsboy Is Winner — Evourel L,oebig, D. M. Register- Tribune carrier, is at Des Moines for a newsboys' convention. Among 18 winners in a recent contest, he was furnished transportation. Dleckm'ann Audits Accounts — The TYed Diekmanns left Friday for Boyd, where the family will visi Fred's .brother and two slaters whlli Fred audits accounts for the Kun: elevators. "Wesleyan Instructs Teachers — Marion Paulson left Saturday to Hokak, Minn., to teach a week in ; Sunday school teachers' institute. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Myrtle Casler, Britt, and Mrs Jluth X,atham, sisters of Mrs. Elwel attended the Walter Elwell funeral and visited Mrs.. Ben Hopkins ti (Friday evening, when both left fo Brltt. Mrs. Latham returned to he home at LeMars Monday, and he niece, Lavon Gerdes, went with he tor a visit. Vernon Benncr is at Oklahom City, his former home on business At Dallas, Tex., recently, he visite* hto wife's cousin, Mrs. DeSpenc Bentley, formerly Helen Giddings Mrs. John Aroesbury leaves this Wednesday to attend an annu homecoming picnic and old set- reunion at Nora Springs. Homer Lawuon, with Russell and drove to Ames Saturday to Blcb*rd the Ross Colemans of Algona, the Otto Richters of Elrrtore, and the Leon Wordens of Ledyarct. .ttenil R, L. C. Convention— Last week Wednesday the George Thompsons atended. a picnic of rural etter carriers of Humboldt and <ossuth counties. The Humboldt as- ociation was host to the Kossuth Carriers. irst Hand Concert Given— The first band concert of the season was givpn Saturday evening. The band is sponsored by some of the >usiness men and is being directed by Alvin Carpenter this summer. Girl's .Birthday Celebrated- Last week Tuesday afternoon Marvel Halvorson entertained in honor of her birthday. The afternoon was spent in playing games and lunch was served. Other Ledyard News. Harold Granner, of Renwick, came last week Monday morning and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and son Jerry to Fayette to attend the Upper Iowa University pageant and commencement exer- cies. They returnd Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett left last Thursday for a few days visit at Livermore before going on to Fayette, where Mr. Barrett expect: to attend the summer session of Upper Iowa university Mrs. Barrett .returned Monday. Mrs. D. B. Mayer visited Mae Christiansen at Buffalo Center last week Wednesday. The two are both former teachers here, Miss Christianson teaching fourth grade and Mrs. Mayer home economics. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Zielske and Mrs. Charles Gabejl returned last Wednesday from Hubbard where they had attended the funeral of Ms. Zielske's father. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Priest returned last week Wednesday from Hubbard where they had attended the funeral of a relation. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn purchased the farm north of Ledyard which was sold at auction Saturday. Several others frome here were bidders. The Leo Wordens "were in Algona Saturday evening visiting J. B. Worden, who is still in the Kossuth hospital. L. W. Weimer, Bill, and V. A. Barrett went to Silvef Lake, Minn., fishing last week Wednesday evening. 'Last week Tuesday afternoon Mr, and Mrs. L. C. Strand attended a meeting of buttennakers in Algona. John Ttllmoney, now of Ames, having his house here painted by Marquis Lindsey, of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and Edith Budlong, Mrs. Roy Budlong, Frances Budlong, and Edith Mae Budlong were at Mason City Saturday and they also stopped at Clear Lake. E. O. Slack drove to Burt Sunday to see how much damage his car suffered in the recent upset north of Algona. He was abed for several days after the accident, but is up again and will soon resume work at the elevator. Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Jay Budlong drove to Algona to shop last week Wednesday. Edith Budlong, who works for the Citizens National bank, Hampton, came last week Tuesday for a two weeks vacation. She, will go back: next Tuesday, taking hen nijeces., Edithmae and Betty Budlong, for a veek at Hampton. The Archie -Cooks, Sioux City, were here Saturday, and Monday. Woodrow and Erie Peterson, Lester CalHes, Arthur Falk, and Ernest Peterson 'went fishing at Clear Lake Sunday morning, 'but had no luck. The Junior league ball team Played the Bancroft Junior leaguers at Bancroft Sunday and lost, 6-0. The Jay Budlongs and Mrs. Mary Relterman were at Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. They were at Mason City last Thursday. The William Clemans, Lakota, formerly Titonka, were callers here Sunday afternoon. Mr. Clemans, now editor of the Record, used to be the Topic's linotypist. The Charles Sargents, Hampton, visited the Harry Seeds Sunday afternoon. The Rev. A. H. Wood, Good Hope; his wife, and nephew, Allan Moore>, were callers at Jay Budlong's Sunday. FOR PROGRAM Irvington, June 14—A full hotUe heard a program at the church Sun" day morning 1 . A special collection of $13.15 was taken up In church and Sunday school. This goes to neglected Sunday schools in Iowa. The pro* gram follows: song, prayer, and welcome song, primary department; invocation, the Rev., A. English; recitation, A Short Speech, Kenneth Bpckes; exerdlse, Thank YoU, Loral, four girls; song, Star class; exercise, Message of the Church,' four girls; recitation, Jack Schuitz; pantomime, Jeaua Calls U«, Helen tSchulz; exercise, Best Thing, four children; 'play, Suffer the Children to Come Unto Me, Juniors; exercise, A True 1 Story, 12 beginners; recitation, Helen Leigh; exercise, Which? three girls; song Star class; exercise, Where'er You Like, three boys; recitation, Ruth Leigh; exercise. What the Flowers Say; song, Star class; exercise, Fulfillment, four- children; exercise, Gifts We Can Bring, group girls and boys; tableau, Rock ol Ages, Betty Lemkee: One hundred and twelve persons attended Sunday school. Three on Federal Jury— Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Griffin, Algona, were Sunday guests at M. L. Roney's. Mr. Griffin, J. C. Mawdsley, and Mr. Roney were drawn.as petit jurors, federal court at Fort Dodge, to report this week Tuesday, and Messrs. Griffin .and Roney were to go together. Corn Cultivation Delayed— ' Many-farmers here have not been able to start cultivating corn because of moisture in the fields. Spots in many fields on low ground are under water. A few farmers still have corn to plant but have been unable-.to plant because of wet fields. • Missionary Tea Jnne 17— A Missionary June tea will be held next week Friday afternoon at the church, all members hostesses. Other Irvington News. The Raymond WHhelmis and Mrs. Jos. Wllhelml, Bancroft, vistied Sunday afternoon at V. J. Schichtl's; Mrs. Clifford Scvhrader, who was visiting the Schichtls accompanied them to Bancroft for a few days with Mrs. Jas. Wilhelmf, her sister: •Mrs. Fred Andrews, Staples, Minn., writes that Dora:, youngest daughter of Mrs. Charles Reinecke, Verndell, Minn., recently visited the Andrews family. The Reineckes used to live on the farm now owned by Henry Scheppman. Marforie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley, has; hud one leg in a cast more than a month because of a badly spranied ankle, but it is to be- removed" some time- this week. She will have to use crutches for a time. ' The Rev. A. English announced Sunday that another surprise number will' be- given next Sunday morning; It is reported that the person or persons- wfiro will' entertain- have never been- ire this pulpit.. The Householders, who had occupied the eBTytfte house since early spring; are 1 now employed at the Alfred' Se-hetrck's; north of Algona. rt 'is- reported' that the Louis Schichtl's Algona, will Trave- the BTythe- house. The? Ralph' Lees> were guests Suit- day at the P: W'. Lees; Webster City They called" on Ann Beck, critically fl with- heart trouble. Josephine Lee remained". Mr. and" Mrs; William GreerrfTeTd the Rome Robinsons, and the Harr; fMWy, ^ .,. t« ttedhe'rier ia*t Tuesday and Mrs. Hawks took treattrien t* f at 1 the Mayd ' ho*- tjifty returned Thursday. The Mite Moiety met at Mrs. Will liwi, Thursday,, WA'NTBD^LOAJD. «BTI-. , * house. Phohe^lSBJ. MM. Jas. Charles Osbortt, Seneca, gave a talk, and Lillian aigler and Kathryn Man us, Burt, a piano duet, the next meeting will be at Mrs. Willis.Cot- ton's. Louis Landgraf, of the Switt Pack- Ing company, Dubuque, visited at the Will Chrlstengon and Supervisor 'Morris homeri last week. ,, Mr*. Claus Helmke, Renwick, daughter"Eva; and Evelyn and Ethel Kruse, Hardy, visited at the Otto Sanders home last Thursday. Mrs. Sanders has been sick from poisoning. A birthday aurprlge party for Mrs. E. M. Jenson took place at her home last week Wednesday. Attending were Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, Mrs. Ray Jensen, and Mrs. Willis Cotton. • The N. L. and WIHIg .Cotton* Went to Waterloo Sunday-""ft* meet Angus Cotton, and brlhgshla children, 'Julianna and Angus, here for a visit. John Sprank went to Mankato last week Wednesday for a blood transfusion. Mrs. Sprank, William O'Donnell, and Arthur Sprank followed Friday to call on him. Mrs. Sprank, he children, and Mr. and Mrs. Jamea ckerman called on him Sunday. The Bert Angus family, Mr. and Irs. Albert Shaser, Mr. and. Mrs. Lawrence ; Dlttmer, Mrs. N. L. Colon, and <: Evelyn Blanchard .fished t Lost Island last week Wednes- Lillian Angus Is teaching- two veeks in a Bible school at Bethel. Mrs. Clayton, Charts City, and er daughter;-Helen visited at Wilam Krause's part, Of last week. Deatta, (Betty Jane, and -Forrest Murray, Spencer, and Elaine Nellis, Burt were recent guests at Charles Bierle's. Mrs. Ollle ... SALES-SECOND lotte, cream iepftlfator. Hardware^ UOOM-WOVtfN sulky for sale, cheap. In good con- dltlon. Phone 60>. , ,FOR SALE—8-iPOUND fries. Live weight, 20c Ib.t dressfed 28c. Phone Wli.-C. li YOUng. 13pW of Mason City, vi^ted at Gus Anderson's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johjwofl 334 The Dr. W. F. Hamstreets have- gone to Pennsylvania for two weeks- with relatives. They were to do a good deal of sightseeing both ways, Theodore Dunmire and Carl Collies took first degrees in Masonry at Burt at recent meetings. Mr, Dunmire, now at Cedar Falls, attending school, will become a full-fledged Mason when he returns in the- fall. A new boy arrived at Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moore's, first child In the family. Mrs. Alta Clement, who visited her daughter at Minneapolis, is again at 'her home west of town. The Rev. L.-G. Gartners, of Rowan, formerly Titonka, have rented the Al Meyer house north • of town, and will return before long to specialize in bee culture. The son Harold, who has been taking care of the bees, went home Saturday for the week-end. Alma Plazier, employed at Buffa" lo Center two years, is now with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Plazier, having had to quit work because of poor health. Mrs. Ernest Wilson, Orlando, >Fla., and her son Bob have come for an extended visit with the former's sister, Mrs. W. J. Denton. A number of Tltonkans have beeq fishing at Silver Lake, among them John Wilson and Frank Fisher. The Clarence Winters, who had spent a week at the Harms and Denton homes, returned to Mason City Sunday. The county Legion Auxiliary has elected officers: Luella Schencke, Bur.t, chairman; Sadie Denton, Titonka, vice chairman; Martha Ban- acker, Titonka, secretary; Fern Peterson, Swea City,, treasurer. The new» county chairman will appoint historian and publicity chairmen. A 21-plece band financed with weekly donations from Titonka business men will play every Saturday evening this summer. The Buffalo Busy Bees go to Al- gpna for Bally day this week Tuesday. Among club girls from here were Loraine Peterson, Edithmae Budlong, Loraine Lamoreaux, Fern Krantz, Ebtelle Bonacker, Margaret Collies, Gertrude Meyers, Betty Bv$long, Kathryn Schram, and Leotat were- Sunday guests at Har old Curran's near Lu Verne. Vera Belle Ulfers, Fenton, Is spending several days with- he grandparents; Mr. anfl M'rs; Wil Ham Greenfield]. Mrs. David Blythe, visiting he daughter; Mrs; John Frank!', spent a few days Btst weefc with- Mr. am Mrs. A. DY-Headley. The 1 Aid' society will meet this wee! Thursday, with Mrs. Ben Terhune Mrs; T". E WTckwire, assisting'host ess;. ' ' ... Mr. and' M'rs. A. T. HeadTey drove to Aurella Friday to visit the! daughter, Mrs. Maurice Eddy. Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, recent ly spent several days wftft the O. L, Miners. Many roads tn this vicinity .hav weeks. Pool Is Opened Esthervflle's swimming pool wa opened a week ago Saturday. Seas on tickets for children under ten ar a dollar; ten to 16, £1.50; adults ?3.50. Tyler and ' her son Wayne have gone to Council Bluffsi fter a visit with the former's par- nts, Mr.; and Mrs. G. A. Sharp. Mr. J. M. Blanchard and H. J. Rice Went to Corwlth last,week Thursday o attend a ball game in which the ormer's son Donald played.. Mr. arid Mrs; Arthur. Sprank got tome last , week Tuesday from a month In ebraska and Colorado. The Alex. Kruegers went to Fort Dodge last week Monday for an elevator managers' meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig a,ttend- d a •blacksmiths' convention at Spencer Friday arid Saturday. The August Pljahns went to AI- >ert Lea to attend "a family reunion Sunday. " . , John WIswell and O. J. Sheehe, Chicago, were week-enders at Wit- lam"- Flaig's. ''.'••' , : Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and her granddaughter, Lucille Genrlch, went o Cedar 'Falls one day last week to vfsft the former's sister, Mrs. -Laura Mantor. ; The -Lone Rock Twin-Six league I team played 1 Fenton here Sunday and won 10-4. 'The locals.play next] Sunday at Whlttemore. : The Henry Schraders were Sirnday| etfnner guests at Ervfn KlatTs, Emmetsburg. RE3AL ESTATE — RBNTAL%V- sthall loans—Insurance. — Algona insurance Agihcy., MODERN APARTMENT FOR rent —Ko0suth County State Batik Ex amlner in Charge. lluJltf AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE — low rates—full coverage.—Algona Insurance Agency. 9u8«tf LOST—TACKLE BOX gona last Thursday. Francis N. Elbert. FOR SALE—SECOND HAND MA- jestlc range in good condition. Kohlhaas -Hardware. 11U40 MARRIBD" MAN WANTS' WORlt- Any kind; farm work preferred.— Amos Kromlnga, 'Burt. 12p40-*l PIANO TUNING—EXPERT AND artistic. Satisfactory references. —G. Ray Smith, 821 Elm St. 12pS8-42 SMALL LOANS MADE—$50 UP to $300—no waiting. Loans made at once.—Algona Insurance Agency. 16u36tf FOR PRACTICAL NURSING, Especially maternity cases, see Mrs. A. M. Collinson, 915 E. Elm street; 12p40-43 FOR RENT—MODERN BUNGA- low. Close to Catholic school. Mrs. Theodore Goeders. Phone 792-W. 13U40 --,.-«*8 ,{*;<v*f Ray Barton^ totary , H. 45, Stiphensoh, salary,;— d.'c, ' Adah Carlson, salary 116.66 W. D. Allen Mf«, do. j nidde. 14.14 W.-S. Nott Company, mdae. General Electric Co.) hid*e,* pulton 'iron . Work* tto., ? m"ds0i J*»»***<.£i l ».»t<.4.i..fciJ»««.tf Standard Electric Stove-Co,,' mdse. —--.*-uJ-i-.-^ii' S. F. Bowaer "A Co.s Kennedy A Pargons Co., mdae. **A*J+~~+,*,*M~ Iowa Machinery A Supply Co., mdge. ........^.^^1.^, Terry-Durin Co., tnds«. '.-.. 1T.M 4.91 19.21 •- 5 9.0S j ' ' 20.18 Terry Co.> mdse. -. — , Westlnghouee Electric Supply Co., mdae. —.„....—„ ' 180.SI Illinois Sdlderlegs' Con. Co., » i ' ,' md«e. ,-j.— * —^.'1 7.48 Chrtechilles ft Herbst, mdse. ' 9.98 Kohlhaas Bros. Oarage, mdse. ......... ....... Nelson Hdw., mdse. ....... 1.28 Public Ownership "League of America, membership ... B.OO Remington Rand Inc., repairs . 1 , 10.30 Matt Parrott A Sons Co., mdse. . 11.81 American Surety Co. of N. Y., Cowan bond ... 39.15 Petroleum Products, gas and oil . . 809,77 Security Petroleum Co., gas and oil _. 173,97 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, frt. on gas,' oil 222'.48 C. M. St. P. ft P. R'y, frt. , ' on gas, oil S86.46 H. R. Cowan & Son, labor /and material D1RI IK* L • D. Shumway' Phone iso • HIRAM B. WHITE DOCTORS FOR S-ALE —STRAWBERRIES, Special, $2,25 crate. v Get 'em while they last. L. J. Hendren, 1% M. S. E. State Park. '17p40 YOU MAY NEVER SEE THIS again—Linseed oil 69c gal.;. 100 Per cent pure paint $2.20 gal.; barn paint 89c gal., 5-gal. lots. Gamble Stores. "" 24-40 WE DESIRE IN THIS WAY TO express our heartfelt gratitude to all who helped us following the death father, Peter Jenkins and of our husband and Jenkins.—Mrs. Peter children. H. R. Cowan & Son, labor and material 1. H. R. Cowan & Son, labor and material __ H. R. Cowan & Son, contract Graham's Department 'Stores, mdse. .."!_ Cresco Union Electric Co., sign , S. J. Backus, P. M., postage H. R. Sorensen Co., mdse. Ernst Thlel, meter reading Western Union,. service Advance Publishing Co., printing .-.. Mrs. Wilbur. Holdren, labor Henry Cook et al, refund BAKING POWDER 11.40 ' 8.70 - 77.35 2623.65 .65 2.S1 3.00 .90 29.70 .38 68:47 2.55 15.00 Agency, ex- Cresco •Mr. and Mrs. Fern Huling, Wesley, are parents of a girl, born Monday. Tftere are two other children, both boys. Mrs. Haling is Gladys* daughter of TVTr. and OTrs.. J, P. srick- ersora.. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin are parents- of a girl, born Sunday. There are- how a boy and! -three- girls in tfts family., . . HAYE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense- and drudgery ot typing. Our addresses cannot be told from typewriting.—Advance. 25tf USE W» DM* of ki 9 h priced brandii MILLIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR l^OViRNMENT 10.01 13.17 350.10 38.40 103.65 -33.15 16.64 18.55 18.70 70.00 125.00 103.00 9.47 ' 14.25 14.56 KKIfEFICI?! C. H. CRETKMEYEB Phsl ° lan ai «J V. ^ am* , Ottlce on South Dodge Strwt' Phones: Office, 666; residence ' •'" Algona, Iowa ' ' WALTER FBA£EB, M n«« Ph y sl ° lan and Surgeon . Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 111 Phone No. 12 ' GLASS Replacement Service . . . Your broken door and windshield glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford installed .»_, _||.0t JOE GREENBERG PHO^B 118 wans SUPER POWER to keep foods pn the hottest days^to freeze more ice in shorter time—to operate with less cost. deposit R'y Express press _. , . H, W. Post,-frt. and dray— •Hugh Post et al, •'. frt. and unloading engine parts Clarence Fordney et al, unloading: engine parts P. P. .Button et al, labor -. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. W. H. Horan Electrical Co., mdse. • —. ..' Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., service — Skelly ,OU Co., gas and oil. WATER .FUND J. W. Kelly, salary Prank Ostrum, salary Laura Mitchell, salary Leigh ton Supply Co., mdse. Leighton Supply Co., mdse. Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. -_ WateroUB.^G.o., mdse. 68.95 Lalng & Muckey, mdse. and labor ! Earl Bowman et al, labor. 101.50 H. W. Post, frt., and dray.. 1,10 Harry Barton, salary 20.00 Harry Barton, salary 100.00 A. E. Michel, manhole 7,00 Lalng & Muckey, mdse. 19.50 GENERAll- FUND Frank Green, salary 117.00 H. A. Van Alstyhe, salary. 117,00 L: T. Griffin, police i.os Prank Green, dogs Percy Kuhn, police II Skelly Oil Co.', gas and oil. N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service • Jesse Lashbrook, salary Jesse Lashbrook, salary Elliott -Skllllng, man and team „__ Willard Gregson, man and team 115 _ 00 Geo. Gunder, street labor . 6860 Frank, Skillirig, street labor 65.00 Oliver Bakken, street labor Louis Hagg, street labor.. Fred Baumgartner, hauling gravel : ——_.... Nelson Hdw., mdsel'III™ A. R/Voss Stone Co., rock Standard Oil Co., mdse. Standard Oil Co., mdse. ..I Botsford Lumber Co., mdse" C. M. at. P. & p. R' y< frt ; on rock—.. ..„_,_ H. W. Post, frt. and'dray". Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump .._,,., A. E. Michel, engineering" Fred Baumgartner, hauling gravel. ..., ,...,, ,5490 J, F, McGee, filing saws Cunningham '&• Lacy, p rem * on ins. marshal's car ' Haggard & (Backus, print' ing ______ • SEWER FUND"" J. W. Kelly, salary FIRE FUND •• C, Wright, salary ___ Algona Fire Co, 4 fires ., SWIMMING POOL on Hdw, Co., m dse. .. Mill Owners Mutual fire Ins. Co. of Iowa, renewal pnnlr T3,.ti~ ^ . . . '* MBLVIW G. KODEJTE Physician and Surgeon . Office In Postoffice Block Phones: Office, MT; W. D. ANDREWS, A, 0. Osteop.thlc Physician an4 Si Located over Hub Billard Phones: Office 1ST, Res. B. A. EVANS, M. ». * Obstretlcs and Electrothwijji »lz: Diathermy and Ultra VtoletB 1 Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office I Algona, Iowa. 1,00 1,05 8.71 .8.25 50,00 54.20 131.80 DE. H. H. OLSON ' Dentist, Gas and novocaine used for 'traction. Located over Christensen Stori| Phones: Business 166, residence ( Algona, Iowa VETERINARY L. W. FOX i Veterinarian West State Street, Algona j Phones; Office, 475-W.; rea., " BUILDING CONTKAt T01 - , COWAN i SOW Genera,! Contractors Estimates Furnished J Phones: Business, 639-J; re*, MACHINISTS HTOBTOX MACHINE WOBI8' Machinists and Welder* ' Service. Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and Bearin|i| of Courthouse PhoneJ™ PBOOTTCE ^T^^^P ^^^^P ^^^^P ^^mp ^PPIP VHIIIJ^I A General Motor* 46.50 45.50 18.00 90.99 67.36 1185 92.3,8 32.20 12,50 18.75 l.QO 16.50 4'4.70 45,00 12.0.00 j « , ?rank Butts e t al, ' 12,80 Harry Baker, painting . IMPROVEMENT FUND Geo. M. Bechtel Co., coupons CITY D. Beh q 0 ., and int. _______ nosftna \SWIFT, * COMPANY Cash Buyers £ K8 , and HIM -Jlfett Lamuth, Mgr. ' Phone 264. INSURANCE K088VTH COUNTY MUTCill IN 8TOAH OE A880CIATIOH J O?er, $15,m,000 worth of ' ~ , force,' A home company, Mdjur*.; ,J. O, Parson, Bar 0, B. I* Burre Insurance ServtM . ,'Real Estate, Phone 55 CJty Property Loan? 1 Insurance. -.Real CUNNINGHAM * •'• • st Algona, I JOE ,„„ Accessories Fur and WWl Jow» *'** ADVANCE WA

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