Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1932 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 23, 1932
Page 6
Start Free Trial

gA^' : ;v; X1 -; >; : ; : .'". /" V^,*,* ;-"<" - ^r4T^^ Is a Bargain Hone Building Year Savings in the purchase of many commodities are ad- vantageoiis for 'the time being... Saving's effected in i'^ building of a home re' turns dividends' 'iti interest every year. That's why shrewd buyers rare doing their building this |year when the cost of all building materials is lower , than at any time since the ! ,\var. i « , , if , |A house that cost $6,000 two •years ago can be- built for i$4,500 this year . . interest Jon the difference can be sav- •ed every year and a much jbetter house can be built. Let us show you how it costs as much as 30 per cent less to build this year. F. S. NORTON & SON BUILDIlYfl MATERIAL COSTS HER $425 TO REDUCE 65 POUNDS "Worth It," MisH Bates Says. If you're young and fat. read what Miss Bates of Beech, Iowa, has to say about Kr'uschen 'Salts — if you are middle ape or old ICruschen shows you the way to lose fat the SAFE way. "J took one bottle of Kruschen Salts a month for five, months. It amounted to $4.25 and I reduced 65 Ibs. but It was worth it. Imagine Jnst 23 years old and weighing what I did. I coultl not enjoy myself »s 'other girls did. I could not get the clothes I wanted. I think It Is won- ilerful the results Kruschen Salts . To lose f.it the safe, sane way — take one-half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a gla?.s of hot water before (breakfast, every morning — eat less fatty meats, potatoes and sweets— a jar that costs but a small sum lasts 4 weeks. Get it at E. W. Lusby's or any drugstore in the world— but 'be sure for your health's sake to ask for and g-et Kruschen Salts. It's the •little daily dose that does it. V ^a^*WW» TO HA PICNIC: 6URT Hurt, June 21.—* Rain Interfered with the Methodist Sunday school l)lcnic Friday, and prevented a few from .attending:, Those present were compelled <to take refuge at;the Jay D. Graham, home, where they.- had their picnic dinner. After, dinner- the children .played In the big hay barn and. repqrted a good time In spite of .the rain.. Rebekahs ShOwtr tlie Strmyers— • MK"and' Mrs. Seldon Straley returned last week Tuesday from their wedding trip to Gary, Ind. Thursday evening the Burt -Rebekahs, of which Mrs. Straley Is a member, gave a shower for them. Mr. and Mrs. Stra- Jey will make their home In Fenton. wehere Mr. Straley carrier. is a rural mall Home from Western .'Tour— Vergil Schrader returned last week Wednesday from an extensive trip through the west. He visited his sisters In Carlsbad, N. M., and friends In California. Allan Graham, who accompanied him, remained" for a longer visit with his brothers In California. J. T. Heiuipy's Father Passes— Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney returned Sunday from Prescott, Wls.,' where they had been called by the illness and death of Mrs. Heaney's father, who was burled Saturday. Mr. Heaney went Friday to attend the funeral and bring Mrs. Heaney home. Speaks on Anti-Saloon League— The Rev. Mr. MacBeth, of Des Moines, spoke at the Methodist church Sunday morning on the work of the Anti-Saloon League. The Rev. Mr. MacBeth took the place of the Rev. Mr. Orcutt, who was injured .in an auto accident last week. Mrs. J. 0. Isenberger Home Again— J\Irs. J. ,O. Isenberger was brought to her home here Sunday after .spending a number of weeks in the Kossuth hospital recovering from an auto accident in which the members oE the Isenberger family were injured. A niece, Gail Isenberger, is still in the hospital. . Jftiv- IS OBSERVED AT THE U CHURCH Good Hope, June 21—'A Children's lay program at the ctood Hope hurch a week ago Sunday was ,mong the most successful We have lad, and it drew the usual capacity rowd. The fcommittee In charge, Mrs. Jake Smith, Mrs. Roy Sarch- U, Mrs. Raymond Reid, and Eveyn Crulkshank, deserves credit tor .ccompllshment. They we«<e ably assisted by, -the cooperation Of par- 'iits arid children. The decorating :ommlttee, Mrs. Arle Dlttmer, Mi-a. Qu in ten >Bju strom, Misses Edna and jeoha Walker, and Viola Smith, irovlded a pleasing touch of color nd beauty. The community Is in- lebted to these faithful groups of vorkers for a profitable service. Mrs. Annls, Daughter Here- Mrs. Kate Annls and her daugh- er Beth arrived Friday, following a .ojourn at Miles City, Mont., during h« • school year. Mrs. Annis exacts to be here most'of the- sum- ner. Beth may remain only a ihort time, ,as she. U considering i-ork at the "Dude 'Ranch" summer eaort where she was employed a eason or two ago. M. * J>. Club Gives Social— Only a small crowd, accounted for >y the busy season on the farm and certain town attractions, at- ended the ice cream social given by he Mothers & Daughters club at H. E. Ward's last Thursday even- ng. A program was given by. a group of young people. ondltlonn Bad In Nebraska— Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon, arrived 'riday evening for the summer at '. L. Dlttmer's. En route she vis- :ed her sister, Mrs. .Julia Bond, lartington, -Neb. Miss Morgan re- Rloli in anus Back from Wheaton— The Rev. L. Rlchmanns returned last \veek Wednesday from a ten days visit at Wheaton, Minn. Mr's. Richmann's mother, Mrs. (F. W. Neuman, returned with them for an extended visit here. FILMS DEVELOPED FREE! During- June and July we will develop your films FREE Bring us your developing and printing. We will guarantee satisfaction ahd only charge you for the printing. A TASTY ENLARGEMENT 8x10, mounted on a nice easel 'folder will be furnished for only 39c, with every $2.00 worth of work. LUSBY'S DRUG STORE Troubles Shower for Mrs. Seldon Straley— Mrs. I. W.,Hansen and Mrs. Gerald 'Brace were hostesses at a shower given Tuesday at the Brace home in honor of Mrs. E3eldon Straley, who was recently married. Attends Bankers Convention— F. E. RuTiey, vice president of the Burt Savings bank, spent the weekend with his daughter at Ames, and attended the bankers' Des Moines Tuesday. convention at VARICOSE VEINS TJIX3EI18—BUNCHES ..An amazingly simple home treat- went gives quick, sure relief without enforced rest, operations, injections—nor failure. Simply rut) the afflicted limb with a generous amount of Emerald Oil and bandage it comfortably tight. Use a bandage three inches wide and long enough to give the necessary support, winding upward from the ankle to the knee, the way the Mood flows in the veins. Just follow directions and you are sure to be helped. B. W. Lusty wont keep your money unless you are. 'Goodbye Dandruff! • Ktdt't Shanutoo dinolvc* and mnam ib«B7 tnc* •* dandruff in a iln(U •ppUca- •laa oa4ar a afiHuy-Back Guarantee. Cleuu •M nCn nfcMiuM your acalp—nuke* your bair BWM and beautiful. Uw it today —a* adraf tomorrovl SPECIAL OFFER For a limited tim*. we offer a tic bottto of fitch't Ideal Tonic (especially good for dry, tender acalpa) FREE with each pur- chaw of a 7Sc bottto of Pitch'* Dandruff Remover Shampoo. Get your combination pack* todijrt LUSBY'S DRUG STOBE Breaks Arm Pole-Vaulting— Claire Watkins broke his left arm last week Wednesday while pole vaulting at the Clyde Bristow hoine. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff took Mrs. Ray Ladendorff to Ames Saturday .to take a train to " her home at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken accompanied them to Story City, where she spent the week-end with relatives. Mrs. R. P. Elvidge and son Ronald, Mrs. Mary McDonald and Chas Hanna visited relatives at ' 'Fort Dodge a week ago Monday. Mrs McDonald remained for a week 01 two to visit her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Nelson. The J. G. Sewlcks took Mrs. J. N Wagener to Fort Dodge Sunday \vhe,re she took the train for her home at Freeport, 111. She had been spending a number of weeks here with her sister, Mrs. H. G. A. Sewick. The Roy Ringsdorfs went . to Charlas City Monday, and met Mrs Ringsdorfs sister, Mrs. Leon l ton. ^Vendell Ringsdorf went witl his aunt to her home at West Un ion to spend a couple of weeks. The N. E. Loofts, Armstrong, and the Frank Loofts, Swea City, vis ited Sunday at P. A. Looft's. Mrs Looft, who has been seriously ill, is again able to be up. N. E. am Frank are brothers of P. A. The Carl Fran^ens, Wesley, wer Sunday evening guests at the Rev J. E. Clifton home and attended th evening service conducted by th Epworth League. League officer were installed. Hannabelle Glddings went to El more, Minn., Sunday to be nurse fo J. B. Worden, who had been in th Kossuth hospital a number weeks, and who was taken to his home Sunday. E. O. Chipman and daughter Vera left Friday for a week or two with relatives at Nashua and Milwaukee, Wis. They will visit Mr. Chipman's son Owen at Milwaukee. Mrs. H. V. Johnson, Pomona, Cal., and Mrs. J. D. Kusler, Kansas City, came Thursday for a several weeks' <visit with their nieces, Mrs. R. S. John and Esther Olson. The Albert Staehles and daughter, Mrs. H. L. Sauerman and little son, and the Dr. W. T. Peters family spent Sunday at the Sauerman cottage a>t Spirit Lake. The C. W. Reynolds family, Corwith, and the Bob Hitchcocks, of Britt, spent Sunday at Mrs. Belle A" 1 ' ON Ml Oil Wesley, June 21—Dorothy Ahgle daughter of Amos Angle, well known Wesley farmer, tvaa fnarrle* to Raymond wetland, son of John wetland, Thursday, June 1 9, The Rev. G. W. (Eggleston was the bffl elating clergyman, and i the couple 'was attended kby Raymond's sister Mrs. Clarence Seefeld, and her hue band. Following the ceremony they left for Dee Moines. They were ex pected backVthls week Sunday, am are to make' their home'with th bridegroom's father, northeast o Wesley. Former Wesleyan Help* Ch'lMren— The June number of the Christian Herald, New York, contained a tul page advertisement of Mont Lawn the children's 'home sponsored by ihe Christian Herald and maintain ed_by Interested friends, of Whici a letter if rom <Chas. C. Mantle, one superintendent of schools here, am now of Ganada, Ariz., was 'a pari Mr. Mantle Is teaching In an Indian mission 'school at Ganada. As sec retary-treasurer of the Presbyterian Sunday school he sent $30 con t rib u ted by Navajo and Hopl Indian children, to be used in giving slum children an outing at Mont Lawn. orta living conditions ion heart-breaking. in that re- Vhlttemore S. S. Has Picnic— The Rev. and Mrs. Wood attended picnic at the Ambrose A. C%11 tate park last week Wednesday. 'hey also attended a -meeting of he South Cresco L. A. S. the same t'ternoon at Mrs. A, E. Clayton's. Other Good Hope. The Good -Hope L. A. S. met at drs. P. A. McArthur's Thursday, une 9. Mrs. iDon Moore assisted Irs. McArbhur. The meeting this veek will be at Mrs. John Reid's. his is a change of place. Mr. and Mrs. Will Easterly, of •seelln, Manitoba, left for home Saturday, following a.week at W. J. Bourne's. Mrs. Easterly, formerly iusie Goodwin, is Mrs. Bourne's ister. .Lola Moser and a young woman, loth employed at Mankato, were at he home of the former's parents, VIr. and Mrs. John Moser, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Madden, of Marshall, Minn., their son Harold, Jackson, Minn., and his family were ;uests at William Treptow's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Schroppel, of Schaller, were guests of the James- Knolls from Saturday to Monday. Mr. Schroppel is a postal employe. The James Goodwins, Des Moines, were over-Sunday guests at W. J. Bourne's. Mr. Goodwin, a former Burt boy, is a lawyer. .Leonard Dittmer is sick with intestinal fever. Carl Kueck is dong his chores. Mrs. Lena Sforgan, Hampton, Is at Willfam Treptow's. ' •, Free Movie Attracts Crowd- In Old California, a Paramoun sound picture, was shown to th public Saturday evening under th auspices of 'Wesley business men Free tickets had been distributed tc patrons of the various business places. . Plank seats and the ap paratus were arranged on the va cant block west of the Looft furni ture store. When seats were flllec and the opening moment arrived canvas walls were taken away to permit disappointed ticket holder to look on. An immense crowd at tended. The Primrose Path will be shown next Saturday evening. Surprise Birthday Picnic Held— A surprise picnic in honor of. Mrs Thomas Nelson and her son Junior was held at Raymond Hanson's Sunday. Sunday was the little boy' birthday, and Mrs. Nelson's occurred during the week. Besides the family of the honor guests and that o: the hosts, each of four members those attending were the Messrs and Mesdames Theron Hansen, Alfred Nelson, Lawrence Hansen, Wil Martinek, and Gordon C. Glddings and Helen Nelson and Merrill John son. S. S. Union Picnic Js Held— The Congregational Sundaj schools of Wesley, Britt, and th Upper Flat held a union picnic a Eagle (Lake .last week Wednesday Eatables were set on tables and self served, cafeteria style. After din ner, there was a short miscellaneous program, followed by games anc amusements. Husband, Wife, Lose Appendices— Jos. Drummer was operated upon for appendicitis at Kossuth hospita Sunday morning. 'His- wife had similar operation a few weeks ago August Garman, who-underwent serious operation at Kossuth days ago, £s doing well. te visit her daughter Mrs. E. E. IPaine, Mrs. J, Locke and;'son Arthur, and Mrs. Clara Dorgen, Whittemore, vis- ted Sunday at tne-.Mrs. Augusta KInney and Clara Shaw homes. Supt. and Mrs. Donald Wier and son left Friday for Sussex, Wis. to spend a month- or two with Mrs. Wier's parents, the W. D; McGills. The Russel SMpIers returned last week Monday from Maxwell, where they had spent the week-end with his brother; Brink Shipler, Mrs. Annie Hawcott and family spent Sunday with her son Will in Algona. Mrs.. Will Hopkins and family were also guests; ' Mrs. G. U. Martin and little son, Grimes, are visiting several weeks at the Glenn Cox home. Mrs. Martin .is Mrs. Cox's mother; Mrs. Belle Hansuld, who has been spending several weeks at the C. C. Smith home, returned 1 to'her home at Mason City Friday. Mrs. Johanna Dettman spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Adams, and at Chris Godfredson's home In Algona. Adeline, Marjorie, and Pauline Cooper, Bonilla, S. D., were expected Tuesday to visit their' aunt, Mrs; Wm. Vogel. The S. M._ Petersons, WH1 Ringfs- dorfs, and Tony Andersons were ScTen Inches of Bain Falls— Tn common .with other place Wesley had a tremendous- rain Fr: day. Roads, walks, cellars, . an 'basements were flooded. Farmer, both nortft and south of Wesley, un officially reported a fall' of seve Inches. Vacation BflMe School Opens— The Vacation Bible school openet at the- Methodist church Monda morning; Pearl s Steven-, Sexton, leader; and" assistants are 'Erm Ward", Margaret Flom, and Dorothy Kraus; Sessions will continue two weeks. S 1fc< »k*d His .inqthe ,, -jnaay. 'i Tlte Joseph MBU.—,..,-— to EmmetBbUrt'io, «e* Joe'* father,! who broke his leg two W&sks ago ahd to in a hospital, . '' Mi's. Nannie Setchell, Algona, and Mrs. flormoy) Minneapolis, rorhiefty sona, visited Mrs. susle Grai* Sunday, the Dormoys were^ early settlers near Algona, and aftertvar'd lived in the town. Anna Johnson, Who teaches home economics at Boone, came last week Tuesday to visit her sisters, 'the Mesdames Silas Skow, Herman Carlson and Fred Bentele, an4 brother, Herbert Johnson. Mrs. Nettle Turgeson, who _ suffered a eudden and violent illness five or six weeks ago, has now re-* covered her usual health, and is able to attend Church. Mrs. Turgeson Is nearly 88. > ~" Mrs. Laura Furst, who has been running a beauty parlor in the barber 'shop ow ; ned by ^her brother- in-la\v, Harry jtfathahs, returned Saturday to her home at Forest City. _ Mrs. Vee' Mullln and her children Avery and- Elaine spent Sunday at' George Hildman's. *Thej' accompanied i Beatrice Hlldman, • who -works for Mrs. Mullln. ' The Ben Felte left Sunday to visit Mrs. Mary Felt, Mason City, a week. Mr. and Mrs. Hem'y Looft, Seneca, visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft, Sunday. Myrtle McCall, Who has recently been employed at Flint, Mich., where she has relatives, arrives this Tues-j day noon -to visit her aunt, Eva McCall. ;;' .'; - ;;.--. ; -. A son was born • last Thursday morning to; Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Bode. Mrs. Oi-msby Is the nurse. The Bodes have one other son. " The Sisters of St. Joseph school left-Monday evening to spend the summer at" their home convent, St. Francis, Milwaukee. . The:Methodist W. F. M.. S. meets this Friday afternoon with Mrs. Herman Ostercamp', roads permitting. ••.•.'...';•••• ,•• : ' Phone 521 4 "Tii« \, Sexton guests at Frank A BLADDER PHYSIC IK a medicine that works on the bladder as castor oil on the bowels. Drives out impurities and excess acids that cause irritation which re- eults in getting up nights, frequent desire, burning, ieg i>atns and backache. Get a 25c test box of BU- KETS, (5 gr. Tablets) the pleasant bladder physic from any drugg'ist. AfK-r four days if not relieved go back and get your money. You will feel better after this cleansing and you g-et your regular sleep. Sold by E. W. Lusby, Druggist. Reynold's. Tom Ellefson was also a Sunday night guest. Mrs. L. V. McWhorter and daughter, Jane Carolyn, left last week Wednesday for Berea, Ky., to visit Mrs. McWhorter's mother and other relatives. The James Goodwins, Dea Moines spent Saturday night at the W. J Bourne home, and Sunday night at the C. 'C. Smith home, returning Monday. The William Blelcha spent 1 week with their son Albert a Spring Valley, Minn. Albert is em ployed by the Spring Valley news paper. Edward Paine, Ames student, an< hi8 sister Sarah, who had been iting a few days with her uncle in Awes, returned last week Wednea day, Dr. B. A. Harris, Cairo, IU brought his -mother, Mrs. Agne Harris, El Pa«», 111., her* Sunday t Sunday dinner Bahllng's. Irma Davison left last Thursday for Palo Alto, Cal., to spend six weeks with her sister, Mrs. S. S. Bradford. Mr. and Mre. Delbert Vogel re- urned last Wednesday from a few days visit with relatives at Bonilla, , D. Esther Toebben, Chicago, arrived Sunday for a two week's visit with >er mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. John Hughes, of Oklahoma City, Okla., arrived last week and is atay- ng at the home of his daughter. (R. W. Sturgeon, Cedar Rapids, visited from Wednesday to Friday at the M. E. Polhemus home. William Giddings went to Pine City, Mirtn., last Wednesday to visit relatives for a few days. Two carloads -of Epworth Leaguers attended a group rally at Tl- tonka -Friday evening. Kathryn Elvidge spent the weekend with her friend, Gail Shackelford, at Goldfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mantor, of Elmore, Minn., visited Saturday at C. H. Schroder's. Margaret Nelson, who has been working at Humboldt, returned home Sunday. The Elbert Sewlcks, Rock Valley, were week-end visitors at H. G. A. Sewick's. Stanley and Glenn Black spent the week-end with a brother ,at Nevada. Dr. H. S. Van Vranken will attemJ a state veterinary meeting at Friday. Marguerite Elliot spent last week with her brother at Woden. Aid met and cleaned the Methodist church last week Wednesday. Lorena P«ter#on recently p»r- chaied a new Ford coupe. Other Wesley News. Hilda G'oetz, registered" nurse, left Sunday for Waterloo. She had been here since March 2T, first to nurse her aunt, the late Magdalen Goetz, and' later to care for her mother, Mrs. Anton G'oetz, and sisters, Mrs. George Hauptman antf Mi's. Lorette Lloyd, who had been- injured In an automobile accident. Hilda herself was in the car which was struck, but she suffered no serious hurt. Vee Mullln and hfs son Victor left for Omaha Saturday. Mr. Mullin 'brought Thayer home, but left Victor for a vtsft with Mrs. Mullin's father, N. M. Perkins. Vincent Carpenter, little son of Mr. Mullin's cousin, Bmmetsburg; completed a visit with Victor Mullin Saturday, and this week his brother, Joseph Carpenter, is visiting the Mullin children. Mrs. Amesbury returned Friday evening, having visited Nora Springs, Mason City, St. Ansgar, and Rudd. She drove, and brought home with her a cousin, Mrs. Herman Bortz and the latter's daughter Katherine, who remained -till Sunday. Clara Amesbury, Albert L'ea visited in Algona over the week-end The Methodist Aid meets with Mrs. Haynes this Wednesday afternoon. The Bible class studies John 19, in the League room -this Tuesday evening. No church services were held here Sunday evening since the pastor and others wished to attend the closing program of th< Vacation School at Sexton. The Ihno Gerdes family left Mon day for Le Mars. They will visi Mrs. Gerdes' aunt, Mrs. R. M Latham, a week, and will bring home their daughter Lavon, wh A girl, born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ollom at the 'Kossuth. hospital, Saturday 'night, -. died early Monday morning. (Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2- o'clock from the Merritt Funeral Home, the Rev. Mr. McNulty, Sexton and Wesley, in charge. Burial was in Riverview. Mrs. Ollom* te still in a serious condition in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ollom have three other children, a girl and' two> boys. They are with Mr. Ollom's parents at Burt. Children enrolled In Bible school the past two weeks gave a program Sunday evening at the chm-ch. There were several drills and' dialogs, and the children showed wTiat they had accompllslT&d. They were directed by Marie Harris and' Nell Wise, and there was a good attendance. Pearl Steven went to Wesley Monday morning to teach Bible school at the Methodist church- there for the next two'weeks. , The Ferris Johnson family, Gilmore "City, were Sunday guests- at W.- C. Taylor's. Mrs. Fred .Neahring and son- Donald spent Monday forenoon in 'Britt with Mrs. Neahrlng's mother, Mrs. Henry Glave. John McMahon returned" last TTmrsd'ay morning from Chicago, where he had gone the Saturday before with a car of cattle-. Mr- and Mrs., Oscar Hammond', of Wesley, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Hammond's mother; Mrs; Amy Smith. ; ' .' Pfearf Steven, Marie Harris; Neva Often, Everett Hodgln, Milton- Gid- Ings and Leo Steven enjoyed' a pic>- Ic at the Harvey Steven home Sun-ay noon!. OTrsv. Henry Phillies, Wesley pent a few days last week" wiHV her mother,' Mrs. G. B. Wise, at the store-, Tfre Harvey Steven family went to Fort Dodge last Thursday to attend a family reunion. A picnic dinner- was held at noon in the state park- at .Fort Dodge. There- were 93 In ittendance. Mrs-, Harvey Steven- was called to Algona last .week-end' to care for- ter mother, Mrs. John Wermersen, wfvo was again bedfast. Sh» was a fttle improved and Mrs. Steven came home Sunday even-ing;. will have completed a three weeks visit. Mrs. George Spai\gler and sons of Everly, came last week Mondas SEE THE NEW 1 i , CARS NEW BODY' LINES FBEE WHEELING AND PRICES REDUCED PARTS, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES Now Is the time to have your brakes serviced and « * lights adjusted. First — Play safe before, the latf ,; checks on you. , •_, USED CARS 1930 Chevrolet coach 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevrolet coupe 1930 Ford Sedan '. KOHLHAAS BROS. PHONE 200 Westinghouse T " I't I ..".n '» .l!' 1 ! >', B. Quart uartpn QtTAIttO •jfl»J«: ft&S? 1 -/-'. ^ i.tt.MeM,^ 261 '^,! P. Harrington n ^'J^Si D. Shumway ;,.,,8HCMWAY ft AMornoy.nt.U Office in Quinby BI Phone 180 HIRAV Attorney.at'.Law" P. A. DAKSOK . Attorney. At-taw .Office over Iowa State •Phones: Office, 4GO-J • R, ' DOCTORS , KENEFICK . 'Offlc 1 e >r over ll RexaU jSJ?, , ^ Office phone 3nn It.' J. JCenefick, M D res » J. N. r - • '-- ' re3 '' D ~ C. H. Physician and siinroAn «LI? sa» ^SP-Su Xfcr AoIr-M r«db. •MI*. » mtlKmt itOmr WMnntwo, u the went of TWO automatic devices DOUILE PROTECTION •DOUIIE ECONOMY r Now! A. principle that provide*/uUy automatic 'refrigeration . . . completely dependable, com-, pletely trouble-fre«t Only Wectiaghoute ha* it. Learn more about the amaiinc feature* of thi* modern refrigerator . . . and bow it pay* back every penny it cotU. Viiit our •bow-room today! Pratt Electric Co. Dennis Pratt 118 N. Thorington V. JANSE, M. D. «,., - )lcl «n »nd Surgeoi f l Office ,on South Dodge 8tn«? Phones: Office, 606; realdenwiI • Algona, Iowa . _, WAITER FHASEB, M, B. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room! Phone No. 12 MELVIIf G. BOURNB Physician and Surgeon Office in Poatofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence,] W. D. ANDREWS, B. 0.~ Oit«opatlilc Phy«lclan and Located over Hub Blllard i Phones: Office 187, Res - ' B. A. EVANS, M. 1 Obstretlcs and Electrothenp | vta: Diathermy and Ultra Violetl Over Borohardt Drug Stor»-l Phonea: Residence 312, office I Algona, Iowa. i " DENTISTS DR. H. M. OI/SOK Dentist. Gas and novocaine used for traction. Located over Chrlstensen StwJ Phonea: Business 166, resldenc«< ' • Algona, Iowa Four Corners The Mothers &• Daughters- club waa to have met: tlti's Thursday with Mrs. Nettie Bichv but has been postponed because -*rf; heavy Kett work. Mrs. Chester Robinson has been ill in bed lor wore than a week with gallstone trouble. Irene \Valker is- at the 'John Sabtn home cajring; t&r Mrs. Sabln and her new babe, Harriet June. Pauline, eldest daughter of the Carl Seipsv celebrated her birthday Friday by entertaining a few of her friends. Some were unable to attend because of the hard rains that day, •Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowman enter, tained the Lowrnan reunion at their home Sunday. Those present were the- Howard Lomnans, of near. Sexton, the .R«y Smiths, of near Burt the Everett Wlthama, the Ixe Ijowmana, Mildred Robinaon, Mr and Mrs. Crawford and a friend Heba Crawford, all of Virsinia, Mr. Probst, of Illinois, Mrs. Craw ford and Mr. Probst are sister ant brother of Mrs. Howard Lowman The Crawfords and Mr. Probst drov 'here together for a two weeks vl colt In ««•) tm.rg.ncy lh« Ul.phon. m.y b. worth mor, to yoM than it coiti in * lifoti*,. \ ..'•'. t NORTHWESTiRN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ^^^ini.^^ VETEEINABIANS L. W. FOX J. B. HINKEL , 4, Veterinarians X ;West State Street, Algona |l Phonef: Office, 475-W.; res. 4?j BUILBINO CONTKACT01 COWAN £ SON .General Contractors Estimates FurnbtaM Phonea: Business, 639-J; ret.,' MACHINISTS NOBTON MACHINE WOBB | Machinists and Weldew i Service Stock on " Piston Rings, Pins, and Be West of Courthouse _Phonej PBODUCE SWIFT * COMPANI ' Cash Buyers : Poultry, Egg», and RUM ' Matt Lamuth, Mgr, : Phone 264. ^ INSURANCE K088DTH OOIWCT - IN8UKANCE ASSOCUTWf Ovar, IX6.QOO,000 wortn of iw ln"force,» A home company a>ci)r«(, ^ J, Q. 0 " 0. V. la Barre Reliable Insurance Servj* • iMuut, Real Estate, ™-- hlta ' i • i Phone 66 Property Loan* Fan*.' ' Ipaurance. Real W an cc Fur and Vf<m We repair v scre?» 014 load \At&£&Jj% ',••47?. •W**;*^ ws# -v,'.;fl?^Tf^f^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free