Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1932 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1932
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APVANdK. ALQ6MA, LINCOLN F, B. WOMEN ELECT NEW OFFICERS Lakota. Sept. 20—'Lincoln township Farm Bureau women met with Mrs. A. E. Buckels Friday. Neale S. Knowles, head of the state project work, and Mrs. Paul Leaverton, H. D. A., attended. Mies Knowles talked on the county project for 1932-33 and the Achievement day score card, and the H. D. A. spoke on plans for the year's work. A vegetable storage demonstration will be given September 27, and anyone Interested may attend. Plans for the new project, fifth-year clothing, •were discussed, and the first lesson on gift suggestoins will be given in Lincoln and Ledyard townships on October 11. Following are the Lincoln officers; chairman, Mrs. J. H. Warburton; vices, Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Mrs. Henry Patterson; secretary. Mrs. David Patterson; treasurer, Mrs. Louis Sachs. The list of cooperators has not been completed. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Gus Koppen's October 21. Editor Clemans Is Honored— The Rev. F. O. Johnson, A. Q. Smith, E. R. Worley, E. N. Clemans, and Paul Johnson attended a Methocliet Brotherhood meeting at Crystal Lake last week Monday evening. The Aid served 100 men in the Forest City district. An address was given by Supt. Tompklns, Garner, on My Debt to the Church. A Mr. Taylor, of Hayfield, was elected president, and E. N. Clemans, Lakota editor, was elected to the executive committee. Irvington Couple See Blind Taught to Read Irvhigton, Sept. 20—Mr. and Mrs. Austin, sons, and Mr. Summer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Summers, of Eagle Grove, returned Sunday after several days in southern Mrs. Mina Ward, Saguache, Colo.i was recently unconscious for a time from a fall. Mrs. Harness suffered cramps in one leg In the night, and •on arising she fell, her head hitting Minnesota. They visited Rochester, j a bureau. Mrs. Ellsworth believes Goodhue, Mazappa, and many other her mother became faint from pain, places, the most Interesting a school for the blind at Farlbault in which Mrs. Summer's brother, M. R. Vevle, Is a professor. The school takes pupils of all ages totally or partially blind. The totally blind are taught causing the falL AM Plans Chicken Supper— The Aid met last Thursday at the church; Mrs. V. J. Schlchtl, Mrs. H. T. Sabin,' hostesses. A bazaar held the alphabet and numerals in the i for manv y ears in December has Braille method. A full course of j been given up because of hard study, including' all school subjects tlmes - A chicken supper will be Acorn Club Is Entertained— Mrs. Gus Torine was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday, the first meeting this year, 19 members attending. Plans were laid for two prizes for high school students, one each for the outstanding boy and • girl. In a program "trip around the world" Mrs. Margaret Powers told of a stop in Ireland, and Mrs. Madera Torine of one at Bergen, 'Norway. Mrs. Delia Smith, county citizenship chairman, spoke on the D. M. Register's straw vote. Kralls Heturn from Ylslts— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall, who had spent two weeks in the East, got home Saturday. They visited a niece at Pittsburgh, Pa'., and Mrs. Krall's brother at Richmond, Va., whom she had not seen before in 20 years. They also visited at Des Moines. They left again Sunday for Hopkinton to visit Mrs. Humphrey, a sister of Mrs. Krall, but were to return this week Wednesday. Mr. Krall, local depot agent, will be checked in Thursday. FamJIy Get-Together at Timer's— A family reunion was held at James Bruer's last week Sunday, all children and families attending: Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop, Pilot Grove, Minn.; Mrs. Fred Weinberger, Buffalo Center; Mrs. -Harold Madetzke, Elmore; Mrs. William Rickleffs, Titonka; and Peter Bruer, Lakota. Mrs. Bruer's brother, John DeVries, Leland, his family, and a Miss Meyer, Lakota* were also guests. 'Pastor Johnson's Brother Preaches— The Rev. F. O. Johnson's brother Paul preached at the Methodist • church Sunday morning on Prayer. •Paul is a student at the Garrett Theological Seminary and leaves October 1 to resume studies. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Johnson, Kanawha, spent Sunday here, . and Paul, with Myrle Robinson, who "had spent last week here, went to Kanawha Monday. Beth Hanit|«Ist Heads Sophomores— The sophomores organized last •week Tuesday; Beth Hamquist, president; Melvin Schroeder, vice; Joanne Kline, secretary. There are 13 -in the class, which held its first social event Friday evening at R. E. •Hamquist's and entertained some of the other teachers, with an attendance of IS. Leona Bchultz, teacher, Is class adviser. Sylvia Koppen Is 18; Party— 'Sylvia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen. was IS last week Monday, and her mother gave a surprise party for her at the Methodist church. The roads were too muddy to have it at home. Fourteen girls attended. Mrs. Elmer Darg helped .Mrs. Koppen. Mrs. A. Q. SinKh Suffers Fall- Mrs. A. Q. Smith fell one -clay last week anrl tore loose ligaments in a knee. This is causing her much pain, and she is using crutches. • Other Lakota News. Mrs. A. Q. Smith. Lorraine and Marie, and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Smith left Saturday for Revillo, S. D., to visit Mrs. Smith's relatives, including two sisters, Mrs. Roy Grimstead and Mrs. Walter Mada- genK, and a brother, Hans Christensen, also her father, Andrew Christensen, p:ist S9. They will return ni'Xt week Wednesday. The Peter L. Koppens went to -Irving-ton Sunday to visit the Martin Beckers. They hart received word that Mrs. Becker had broken an arm in a fall from a step-ladder •while she was hanging wallpaper. Mrs. Koppen is a sinter of Martin. ' The Oran Stur<Ievants fished at Lake AVInneblgoshUsh in northern Minnesota last week. Oran's brother Ralph, Mason City, took care of 1 Oran's shop. C. D. Ellsworth, Steward, 111., daughter Esther, and Mr, and Mrs. Scott Ellsworth, Eagle Grove, were A. E. Buckets' guests part of last week. The Elmer Dargs attended the funeral of Mrs. -Martha Stone, SI at Lu Verne, a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Stone was an aunt of Mrs, Darg. Florence Koppen, who works al Des Moines, came home a week ago to visit her family. Bdw. Hulterstrum, Baraboo, Wis., spent Sunday with his brother-in- law, F. G. Torine. Jack Ailte left one day last week tor German Valley, 111., to attend school. Mr. and airs. Arthur Schissel attended the Minnesota state fair last week. and music, is given. The pupils also are taught to make baskets, brooms, door mats, hammocks, etc. When j school begins and the pupils are just j learning, the finished products are used by the school. Later, when the pupils become expert, the articles are sold on the market, and the profits go to help support the school. All pupils are taught a trade before being graduated. There are 115 pupils, with more than 50 caretakers and servants. Mr. and Mrs. Summers also visited a home for the feeble minded in Faribault. There are more than 2,200 inmates and more than 200 awaiting admittance. Hoard Hires Second Teacher— A special meeting of the school board was called last week Wednesday to solve problems presented by the Irvington school. There are 34 pupils in one room, and Pauline Black, teacher, had been teaching without help. The board decided an assistant was necessary, and Marguerite 'Skilling was hired. The teachers think that by one conducting Supervised seat work while the other is hearing recitations they can work together effectively. Most schools near here have an attendance of between only five and ten. a few between 16 and 20. More children are expected in this district after March 1. Talks on Universal Language— The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on A Universal Language. He announced that communion services will be held next Sunday morning. Anyone wishing to join the church or have children baptized is requested to make arrangements with Mr. English before Sunday. The first Sunday in October S. S. promotion exercises will be given in the church hour, and the usual Sunday school service will follow. Mrs. Harness Suffers Fall— Mrs. Frank Ditsworth has word that her mother, Mrs. Mary Harness, who is with another daughter, served in its place early In December, and there will be an apron Bale. Jnmcs Pllklngton Is Married— . James Pilklngton and Velma Horn were married August 29 at Mrs. Mina Ward's, Saguache, Colo. James Is known here, having lived some years ago with the Frank Dits- worths. He has been working, on a ranch in Colorado and will continue. White Cross Work Today— The Missionary society meets this week Friday at the church. The afternoon will be spent on White Cross work. Two hundred sponges and some bandages are to be made. Mesdames O. L. Miller and A. Lean will be hostesses. Mc- Other Irvington News. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran, near Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philp, Kanawha, the Vernon Robi- sons. and the Harry Sablns were Sunday guests at. Rome Roblson's. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison spent Sunday with Mrs. Robison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lohse, near Burt. Mrs. Casey Loss was unable to teach her Sunday school class or fill her place as musical director at church Sunday because of intestinal flu. Mr. and Mrs. Rosman Simpson and Mr. Simpson's mother, all of Lone Rock, and the Earl Millers were Sunday dinner guests at J. M. Cox's. The O. L. Millers and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Skilllng drove to Eldora Saturday to visit the Lorlng Plck- irlngs, returning Sunday. Minnie Scheppman, employed at Edward Schlel's, near iFenton, recently spent several days with her parents. The Embroidery club met last ive'ek Wednesday with Mrs. Leo AValdschmidt, near Whlttemore. Elmer Dole and K. P. Roney were Fort Dodge and Webster City business visitors Monday. Helen Johnson has been sick, and ertrude Skilllng took charge of Helen's school. Three Are Off to College—. Clifford, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantz. and recent Titonka high school graduate, has entered the Mason City business college for a year's course, and Banker and Mrs. William 'Boyken's son Edward, also a local graduate ast year, has entered a (Lutheran college at Decorah. Alice, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor, left ast week Monday for Chicago to spend a week with relatives, after vhich she was to return as far as Iowa City, where she has begun the study of pediatrics. She is also a Titonka high school graduate. GLASSES NAME NEW OFFICERS AT LONE ROCK .Lone Rock, Sept. 20—High school class officers are: freshman president, Lawrence Rath; vice president, Myrtle Orvick; secretary and treasurer, Beryl Sanders; sponsor, Mr. Frye; sophomores — president, Coila Hollister; vice president, George Long; secretary-treasurer, Margaret Gladstone; sponsor, Floy Jones; juniors — president, Philip Reilly; vice president, Dorothy Bierstedt; eteoretary-treadurer,' Muriel Long; sponsor, Ruth Cross; seniors —president, Marvil Marlow; vice president, Lola Marlow; secretary- treasurer, Berneyce Roderick; sponsors, L. E. Godfrey. Three Named S. S. Officers— The Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Delmar Angus, Mrs. \y. C. Heiter, Mrs. Frank Dacken, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, and Evelyn Blanchard attended a Kossuth Sunday school association meeting at Sexton Friday. Three Lone Rock people were elected to office: Delmar Angus, vice president of north half of the county, the Rev. Mr. Gladstone, leadership training superintendent, and Mrs. Dacken, superintendent of the adult division. $3 Acre for Corn J Lone Rock, Sept. 20—Corn on the Joe Elvidge farm sold last week Saturday for ?3 an acre. Machinery and livestock sold fairly well AM Entertained at Klng-stcd— The Lone Rock and Haifa ' Aids were guests of the Ringsted Aid last Thursday afternoon. After the business meeting: the following program was given: violin eolo, Dorothy Peppards; reading, Mrs. Joe Oakes; piano solo, Francis Henrickson; talk on Aid, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone; vocal solo, Georgia Peterson. Lunch was served by the Ringsted Aid, Auxiliary Officers Arc Elected— The Legion Auxiliary met with ifrs. Roy Jensen last week Wednesday. Officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Ralph Thompson; secretary and treasurer,. Mrs. Roy Jensen; chaplain, Mrs. Ernest Jensen; historian, Anna Flaig. There were seven members and one guest present. Visits Friend of 40 Tears Ago— Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson, son Wallace, and D. T. Hobson, Burt, drove to Marcus last week to see a brother, G. R. Hobeon. They continued to Sioux City visiting a Mr. Shaw.-an old friend of D. T. Hobson whom he had not seen for 40 years. Attends State G. 0. P~ Jlally— Charles Morris, daughter Vera Esther Godden, Marietta Christen- eon, and Mrs. AV. J. Cotton motored to Des Moines Friday. Mrs. Cotton, vice-chairman of the republican county committee, attended the state republican rally. Girl's Face Is Burned— Mary Ann Flaig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, suffered burns on her face last week, when she accidentally spilled a hot liquid, AVomun's Birthday Celebrated— The H. A. Wieners and Roy Chris- chilles gave a birthday surprise dinner for their daughter and sister Mrs. Henry Sebroeder, Sunday. First H. S. Game Friday— The high school team will play its first baseball game on the local diamond with Seneca this Friday. vllle, Mo., for her second year. Mrs. Cotton remained for a few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Shellito, the L. C. Dittmers returning Friday. Mrs. Ed Simpson and Mrs. Oliver Sampson, Chicago, came last week Tuesday to M. E. Blanchard's. Mrs. Simpson's mother, Mrs. Mary Brunson, who has been visiting here for some time, returned! with them Friday. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, son Edward and his family, spent Sunday vith Mr. Blanchard, workfngr on a. arm near Irvington, where they expect to move fn the spring. N. L. Cotton and son W. J. Cot,on drove to Ames Sunday, the Mesdames N. L. and W. J. Cotton eturning with them after a brief visit at the Shellito home. Mrs. Clinton La Bar, Austin, Minn., came last week for a month's visit with friends and relatives. Mrs. La Bar was formerly Una Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pertl, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Rlfen and son, Brainerd, Minn., were at :he August Pijahn's last week Tuesday. Mr. and "Mrs. W. N. Davlson, Mrs. Margaret Davison, son Bob, and daughter Georgetta, all of Mason -ity, were week-end guests at L. R. Roderick and' Robert Dransfeldt's. Mrs. Carl AViebusch returned to her home In Omaha last week Tues-> day after two months with her mother, Mrs. Lillie Worthington. The Bob Padgetts spent last week-end in Superior, visiting the M. Orville Rosendahls. Mrs. Padgett and Mrs. Rosendahl are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn left a week ago Monday evening for Centerville, to visit a cousin, J. C. Bolander. They returned Sunday. Gladys Stebritz, who attends Hamilton Business college, Mason City, came Friday evening to spend the week-end with her mother. The Valoris Abels, Carroll, Glen Leepers, Bernard Leepers, June, and Mervyn Rahn were at the AV. C. Leeper's Sunday. The Arthur Longs, 'Bancroft, Tom O'Donnell, and the Richard Longs were Sunday guests at A. W. Lampe's. N. A. Jensen returned last week Wednesday from La Porte, Minn., after visiting 'relatives a few days. Clarence Janvrin, Webster City, former agent here, was in town Friday visiting friends. Mrs. Jack Quinn is suffering from an infection caused by the extraction of a tooth. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne left Friday for a four-day trip through the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micha were Sunday guests in Ringsted at Frank Olson's. The Jim Ackermans were Sunday guests at G. J. Burl's near Armstrong. Martin Walsh, Chicago, came last week to look after his farm interests. N. A. Jensen has been sick the last few days. Ten High Checks listed— The ten high cream checks for ast month are: Nick HeescH, 193.70; Bruno Stecker, $102; A. Schram, '$81.80; Jennie Hansen, 73.80; John A. Harms, $72.20; kVarner Smldti $68.'SO; Chris Brandt, $67.60'; Edw. Bartlett & Sons, $65.60; John Koestler. $62.80; W. H. Senne, $52.20. onflrinatloii Class Formed— A Lutheran confirmation class has >een organized. The class meets Saturday morning from 8 to 12. The class is composed of Edna Wibben, Arthur Boyken, Bruno and Aletha Stecker, Melvine Heesch, and Henry and George Alke. Alice Sartor Is Honored— A farewell wiener roast was given Saturday In honor of Alice Sartor, who left Monday for Chicago. The young people skated, then had the wiener roast afterwards. Other Lone Bock* Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dltmer, Mrs N. L. Cotton, and Alice Angus d^rove •to Ames last Thursday, and Alice continued to Park college, Park- 6TITONKIANS WIN TRAINING WORK CREDITS Titonka, Sept. 20—Among those who went to the Training School at Emmetsburg Saturday to reci credit for five hours work were Mrs. S. J. de Vrles, Mary Oeeter- relcher,. Mrs. L. B, Larson, Mrs, R. L. Krantz ,Supt. C. Hoon, and Mrs. Ray Budlong. Mrs. Rae, of Washington, D. C., conducted the school of Irtstructlon, and Mrs. Loomls, state president, answered questions. Palo Alto county gave a short program which consisted of violin solos. An address was given by Mrs. Roe, Finding the ,Way Together. . ' Eleven Attend P.-T. A. Gathering:— Mrs. Nadlne de Vrles, Mary Budlong, Mary Ball, Mary Oesterrelcher, Mona Bonacker, Inez Wolfe, Grace French, Carrie Torgersen, Minnie Oesterrelcher, Irene 'Peterson, and Roma Budlong attended a P.-T. A. district round table at Esthervllle Friday. Outstanding speakers were Mrs. C. E. Roe. Washington, D. C., who conducted a school of Instruction, and Mrs. Hattle Moore-Mitchell, whose subject waa, But the Greatest of These. Following the program, people In attendance were taken by the 'Esthervllle Community club for a scenic drive, which included Inspection of the new Fort Defiance state park, where tea was served by the Emmet county council. Other Titonka News. The Antone Pannkuks left Sunday for a short trip through Minnesota and Wisconsin, where they will visit relatives. They expect to return Tuesday night. The Rev. and Mrs. Schoenllen and three grandchildren, Keith, Ted and Janet Holf,- spent last week visiting relatives in Boone and Ames. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pannkuk entertained at bridge last Thursday. Vtrs. H. Schweppe won high, Mrs. L. B. Larson, low, C., Hoon, high, and R. L. Krantz, low. Violet Slack, daughter of B. O. Slack, left Monday for Sioux City to attend Morningside college. She plans to teach school. Violet Slack, Daisy Craven, Blanche Buffington, and Alice Sartor were at Algona last Thursday venlng. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP PROBATE OF AVILL No. 3663. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, September Term, 1932. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of James P. Gilbride, deceased, dated August 10, 1932, having been this day filed, opened and read, the llth day of October, 1932, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, September 13. 1932. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court By CLARA SCHAAP, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Attorney. Council Mimrtet Algona, Iowa, August 26, 1932—* Algona, Iowa, July 28, 1982— City council met In regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: . ' • Electric Fund. . Salaries ——- * 1160.28 Jerry Ewen et al. labor _-_ 140.28 Commonwealth Electric Co., balance on contract __—. 3800.00 Town Macltinery(& Supply Co., mdse. —— 1-58.30 Commonwealth Electric Co., mdse. <__ 1.30 Fairbanks, Morse & Co., mdse. .___ 347.90 Flaunt Paint Supply Co., mdse. i , 9.15 The Bristol Co., mdse. 3.63 Standard Oil Co., mdse. — 6.20 Westlnghouse Electric Sup- * ply, mdse. * > 125.46 W. D. Allen Mfgr. Co., rodee. 16.90 Polox Mfg. Co., mdse. 4.80 Iowa Public Service Co., mdse. _ ' 35.09 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works! mdae. and labor 20.55 Nelson Hdw., mdse. 15.72 W. H. Koran Elec. Co., mdse. 32.16 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service 16.20 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil- 20.23 Skelly Ojl Co., gas and oil- 13.45 Security Petroleum Co., gas and oil .' 125.38 Milwaukee R. R., freight on oil, -. 448.66 Floyd Turner, labor 13.90 Collector of Internal Revenue, remittance 30.89 Bert Muckey, labor 10.35 W. S. Lee et al, refund deposit 13.00 H. W/'Poet, frt. and dray 20.56 R'y Express Agency, ex- " press __: 3.30 Ernst Thlel, meter reading 18.75 Paine & Sorensen, mdse. — 6.55 Cresco Union Electric Co., sign 2.53 R. B. .Loss, refund material 19.57 H. R. Cowan & Son, mdse— 899.11 W. J. Pech & Sons, labor - 18.00 Robert Strabel et al, labor- 140.74 Elliott Skllling, man and team _ 19.80 Willard Gregson, man and team 24.00 eorge Gunder, labor 6.00 Louis Hagg, labor 1.50 Frank Skllling, labor 12.00 Botsford Lumber Co.. mdse. 36.05 Norton Machine Wks., rprs. 19'.55 Laing & Muckey, mdse. and repairs _ 9.75 "Water Fund. Salaries ; 41>S.OO Wlgman Co., mdse. 64.08 Iowa Machinery & Supply", mdse. ' 144.50 Leighton Supply Go., mdse. 15.92 Neptune Meter Co., mdse.— .41 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. ~ 3.50 Iowa Machinery & Supply, mdse. 6.54 H. W. Post, frt. and dray.— 18.97 G. F. Towne, labor and mdse. 66.91 Earl Bowman, labor 95.45 Fire Fund. C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Skelly Oil Co.. gas and oil- 1.14 J. Greenberg, mdse. 7.00 Heckart St. Extension Hlllcregt Seivcr. L. A. Andrew, Rec., coupons 50.53 (Jeeiiral. Fund. Frank Green, salary 117.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary. 117.00 F. W. Green, dogs 3.00 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service , - 3.25 Supreme Mfg. Co., paint — 39.00 Salaries 447.70 R. E. Cpleman, gravel 70.50 Frank Skilllng, labor 65.50 Oliver Bakken, labor , 35,25 Oliver Bakken, labor 10.00 Standard Oil Co., mdse. — 67.91 Jesse Umbenhower. care of 'dump 12.50 Harper Brush Works, mdse. 4.46 Thorpe Wood & Iron fWorks, mdse. 5.95 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil, 8.4T Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil- 8.39' John Steinman et al, labor 3.00 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 23.30 Milwaukee R'y Co., frt. and sand . ,.-- 58.43 Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. — 9.04 Norton Machine Works, mdse. and labor 10.60 A. E. Michel, engineering— 8.25 M. V, Stephenson, engineering 2.25 Swimming Fool Fund. Salaries 179.50 Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. .88.16 Monsanto Chemical Works, mdse. 32.75 Kirsch Laundry, laundry 12.73 N. W. Bell Telephone Co v service '3.25 H. W. Post, frt. and dray .25 H'y Express Agency, express i.oi G. F. Towne, balance* on contract, etc. 19.10 Sower Fitnd. J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 EJast End Foundry, mdse.'— 54.00 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 827.60 Wayne Godden' «t al, labor 148.74 Elliott Skilllng;, man and team __ 5.40 Willard Gregson, man and team 3.00 George- Gunder, labor 1,80 Oliver Bakken, labor 2.50 Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. 1.75 A. B. Michel, engineering— 148.50 M. V. Stephenson, engineering 'J 20.25 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 18.85 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON. City Clerk. Mimeographing Loans In any ahiouttt ffotn $40 up to $300 mttd6 same day as applied for. Money loaned on liyestock/ automobiles and other security., Loans can be repaid through small monthly payments or paid in full at any time. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. No waiting or extra signers, we are in position to complete your loan at the time you apply. Phone or Write to Inland Finance Corporation Office located North of Iowa State Bank. Phone 55 Algona, Iowa ANDERSON'S LITTLE THEATRE HOME wny CUR- COAt-^^fl ^5T BEEN M/ 81LL. ANSWERED .WHEN OWVER. STOPS Anderson Grain and Coal PHONE 308 The Telephone saved us $8OOO An actual incident from a community sarvcd t>y thit Company, showing how on* telephone call may be worth more than telephone ler- viee cost* in • lifetime. Yo IOU may have read this story in the newspaper . . . and forgotten it. It was just a small item: "Fire caused by the explosion of a stove slightly damaged the residence of...." The owner of the home tells more ::^.v:<v of the story: How his wife rushed to the -.;•.-••::: telephone and called firemen; how they arrived quickly and put put the fire with chemicals. "If we had not had a tele- S hone, the house would have burned own," he 'says. "It is worth $8,000 and rv-::^. wasn't insured." \ Em.rg.ncy calls make up only a (Mail ••* of telephone us. 9 e. In everyday affair. *h« telephone saves time and expense, brings friends and relatives together—all for a few cents • day. NORTHWESTERN B E L L TELEPHONE COMPANY National Belgian Horse Show American Poultry Congress Industrial Exposition The ONE Big Show of the Year! The GREATEST and ONLY National Dairy Show in / ST. nCa » this year! Hundreds of the World's Best Belgian Horses! Waterfowl and Poultry — thousands , of them ; scores of educational exhibitd and demonstra- 11 ? 1 ? 8 P ro 6r a B» W Women's Building: club contest and demonstrations, Action Entertainment — Clean Fim — for Every Onel 20 thrilling circus acts — a score of clowns — 15 bands — JNovelty acts — special quartette — concerts — so Joists - society horse show - beautiful drmng and trained horse acts . Every minute a live one! Bring the Family .,'. £o/oy ft All! OCT. 3rd- 9th Waterloo, Iowa Weekly Newsp, fcntered as &, December 31, 10 at Algona, of ^VVERg^ B. Quartan Phones: Office Office Phone 460.^ •'. W. Sullivan Phones: 8, B. -- v.u« \j McK «»^m. T. P. Phones: •«M_ 8. J. * DICK VAN \JL Phone «*»^—• O. D. Office —J, 0. IV. Lawyers --- over Iowa <!t, 213-AV. wast « — Shumway 8HDAHVAY Phone 180 I; A. Attorney.At.i, w Office over Iowa State 1 Phones: Office, 460-J.; BOCTOfiT PhyslcImrand'sutjwJ Office over .Rexall Drugs Office phone 300 Res. phone 326, ....Physician and Sure»,l Office in John Galbralfh|M Phones: Office, 3ig. ona ' _-.. - and Stirieoil Office on South Dodge T' Phones: Office, 666; raid, Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASEVH/I _.-., Physician and Surgeon] Office In QuinbyBldg,r ' Phone No. 12 MELVIN 07 Physician and ourje Office in Postoffice Bl Phones: Office, 197; rei W. D. ANDREWS, D.O Oiteopatliic Pliysldan and 8 . Located over Hub Blllatd Pi Phones: Office 187,Beit : E. A. EVANS.M.B,;' Over Borchardt Drug L Phones: Residence 312, ofllcil Algona, Iowa, ===== DENTISTS . . DB. H. M. BcntlBt. Oaa and novocaine used traction. Located over Chriatensen f Phones: Business 166,: Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS] L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEI Veterinarians West State Street, < Phones: Office, 475-W.; BUILDING COMfiiC COWAN t SOS . General Contractors Estimates Fun Phones: Business, 638-J; MACHINISTS NOBTON 5UCHINE VfO] Machinists and WeU«J ' Service Stock on Piston Rings, Pins, and I West of Courthouse = INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY . IN8UBANCE ASSOCUH Over $16,000,000 worth of W In force. A home compapjj •ecure, J. 0. Paxson, City Property Loan* Insurance. Rai CUNNINGHAM 1 1 191 W, State St. JOE GBEENBEBgJJ New and used Au" Tlrea and Acce Hides, Fur and W* Loai $300 or less obtained -— Furniture, Automobiles P|| MONEY for additional '• write, or pl ALGONA Federal

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