The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 17, 1942 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 17, 1942
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The Algona Upper Des L ZWIEFE OF LOTTS CREEK HAS LONE ROCK TRUCK Iowa, March 17, - »' and rfl - aw rertce Zwlefel moved their house hold goods to Lone Rack Monday into the rooms at Alex Kruegers vacated by the Harold Luedtke and Lawrence has taken over th p-X gasoline truck 'which Harolc had, and Mr. and Mrs. Harolc Luedtke have mdved on the Osca Luedtke farm, which they hav rented, "*• iMri and Mrs. John Schallln wer Thursday dinner guests of Mr. an< Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Hurt. Rev. E. Flene spent Thursday In Des Moines visiting his wife who ia 1ft a santlarlum there. Rev. W H.' DUcher, St. Paul's Lutheran •pastor of Whlttemore, conducted the German Lenten services her Thursday morning. ttlie Ladles' Aid met Friday aft er'npon at the Lutheran school. Mrs Meyer was hostess. Guests of .the Aid were Mesdames John Segebarth, Arnold Meine and Fred Boettcher, Mrs. Leland Hantelman ana Mrs, Wm. Meyer of Fenton. Word was received here the past •Week of the birth of a daughter Kathleen Ada, to Mr. and Mrs. Dai Kane on Match 10 at Cheyenne WyO. Mrs .Kane is the former Ada Fiene, Her husband ia now a lieut- ^pnant at Flort Warren near there. Supt. H. F. E. Mueller of Fort Dodge, superintendent of the Lutheran schools .visited Friday fore noon at the local Lutheran schoo Of which Wm. Schmiel is teacher SUpt Mueller accompanied Hugo Faulstlch to Algoml in the afternoon and returned to his home al Fort Dodge via bus. •' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radlg entertained' at supper Wednesday ,,evening in honor of their son, Roger's third birthday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig Mr. and Mrs. John Schallln, Mr and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher, (Mr. anc Mrs, Martin Dreyer and Larry ol Burt, Mra. Olara Grimmels anc Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte, Ivadel and Delond of Falrville. Parish Night was held Friday evening at the Lutheran school The band played several selections and Rev. Fiene gave a short talk Later in the evening 500 was played. High score prizejs. went to Mrs. Carl Zumach and Otto Ruhnke and low to Martin Meyer and Mrs. Frank Pompe. The committee fior next fall consists of Mr. -and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. and Mrs.' Carl Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. ' / M 1 . and Mrs. Orville Holdren and ,• •Mr. and (Mrs. Arch Walker spent Wednesday at Osage.' HEMORRHAGIC "5EPTICEMIA BACTEMN ate fXCLUSfVf AGENTS 5££BI PRODUCTS Lusby & Giossi THE FINEST THINGS IN LIFE Hort lo th* moil In Sioux City/' You art welcom*. HOTll MARTIN Portland Young People Married Monday Morning Portland: Loreen Paridl and ford Brock were married Monday morning at the Algona Catholic church, Rev. J. M. Malllnger performing the cermony< Attendants were Lavina and Eugene Jandl, sister and brother of the bride. The bride wore an old rose ensemble street length dress and the bridesmaid wore pink, A reception was held at the home of tHe bride's parents and thirty relatives" attended, Loreen' graduated from the Tlton- ka high school two years ago and Hanford attended the Woden schools. The bride has been .employed In Dr. Bahnson's office at Burt the past year and a half and the groom has been employed in this vicinity for some time, but the couple Will reside near Crystal Lake. A shower will be held on Tuesday, March 17th at the home of Mrs. M. new bride. J. Trunkhlll for the Mrs. S. M. Peterson who has been 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence iLarsen, Waterloo, is now much Improved and It is e£- pected that she will bfe home In another week. Kyle Kelly, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott, enlisted In the army and went to Des Moines one day last week. It has .not been reported to which camp he was sent. A Legion Auxiliary meeting was held Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. C. C. Smith's, Burt. Special sewing was done, also carpet rags were sewed. Attending from here were Mesdames Ray McWhorter, Ralph Roberts, Henry Smith, Ted Rings- FENTONITES ATTEND FUNERAL OUT OF STATE Fenton: Mr .and Mrs, Rex. Wolfe and Mn and Mrs. Frank McFall attended funeral services Tuesday at Blue Earth, Minn., for E. B. Armstrong. Mr. Armstrong's wife is a sister of Mrs. Wolfe and Frank Mcfclall. Ofiri McFaM of Cedra Rapids who had spent the week end here, accompanied them to Blue Earth and left for his home from there. , dorf, Scott. Trenary and Charles Mrs, Carleton Stevens of Stevenson, Washington, arrived here on Wednesday night for a visit at the parental Charles Glaus, Sr., home. She was formerly Alice Glaus. The 500 club met Tuesday night at the William Jentz home with si>. tables in play. Mrs, G. B. Johnson Won high score honors for the ladles and Amos Finnestad high for the men. Mesdames W. J. Welsbrod, W. E. Laage, J. A. G. Smith, E. J. Frank and Don Weisbrod attended the County Federation meeting in Algona Tuesday at the Congregational church. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schroeder, are parents of a 6Vi pound girl born Thursday, March 12th. Mrs. Schroeder was the former Marie Mienke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mienke. Mrs/ Mary Hansen was called to Verdigree, Nebr., because of the serious illness of her mother. Word was received • here of her death Wednesday morning. Funeral services were held Friday. Grades one to eight will present an operetta "The Land of Dreams Come True" on Friday evening, March 20th. There are 17 main characters. amd choruses Including daisies, blue-bells, roses, pixies and playmates. Miss Charlotte Dunn is In charge assisted by the grade teachers Fern Carlson, Helen Bahl and Gladys Bratland. ,Mrs. Mervin Priebe was honored at a miscellaneous shower Thursday night at the Ed Priebe home. Five hundred and bridge was the evening's diversion. Miss Lillian Baago won high score prize in 500. In bridge, Mrs. Priebe won high honors and Mrs. Robert Goetsch low. The honoree received many lovely gifts. A twio-course luncheon was 1 served. Circle 2 of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. J. A. G. Smith. Mrs. Tenn Newel was assistant hostess. Mrs. Clifford Haase, chairman of the group had charge of the devoti'ons. The lesson, "It Happsned In Americana", which was chapter three of "Author of Liberty" was given by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. Ten members were present. Lunch waa served, , The W. S. C. S. met Thursday afternoon in the church, parlors. After the business meeting the devotions were given with Mrs. Art Voigt in charge. The lesson, "Health in India" was given by Mrs. Earl Crouch. A solo was gi\'- en by LaVonne Newel with/Betty Jean Schwartz at the piano. Mrs. Fred Brown gave a report on the New Outlook Day meeting heW recently at Fort Dodge. Guests were Mesdames F. F. Mueller, Weber Yager, Clarence Wegener and George Jentz. Hostesses were the Mesdames Henry Lind.ley, Philip Wander, Art Voigt, G. B. Johnson, A. H. Meyers and Melvin Mansager. Seneca Students Hold Declam Contest ANTI-SUBMARINE,BLIMP IN ACTION—Washington, D.: 1C'.: Blimps'of the United, States Navy are playing an important part in the job of making waters adjacent to the U. S. unhealthy ; for Axis submarines. .Above you see one of those blimps in action •'-off-the--Atlantic coaat.^The^-erew of the blimp sighted an oil slick on the-water, ah indication that a disabled U-boat might 'be present, -%Top left, the first depth charge dropped by the blimp lets go. The blimp speeds on and circles back dropping another charge (top right). Below the airship is shown circling - the area. The oil slick may be plainly traced on the water below the blimp. TITONKANEWS SIOUX CITY R, L. Kraritz left Tuesday for Long Beach, Calif., where he will visit his father, L. E. Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keil were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. <eil's parents near Elmore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Dick Sleper and r and Mrs. Clarence Penning vis- ted in the Ben U. Meyer home on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken and son spent the week end at Elld- worth with (Mrs. Boyken's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson. Maxine Petdrson vims released rom isolation Tuesday* at the Mery hospitaj in Mason City. She ill come home to recuperate. (Mr. and Mrs.,. Wilbur Schram, ifrs. Harry Beed,, 'and Mrs. Miles Remellard were at Mason City on Friday on business and to shop. Next I A wood carving of an old-time barber shop, complete with tiny soap mugs and sleeping Indians, the work of Ed Stldd of Red Oak. is on display in the barber shop of Earl Confer in that city. pring Spring will be here this Saturday. Our FatrU cia Pat low shoes ace on the way "and. wil^ be here ready for business, Patricia Pat pumps ties need no introduction to the women wf this community. Patricia Pat has more friends in, northern Iowa than any other IJne of style shoes. Once a Patricia Pat customer no use trying to sell that ~ / lady »ny other,, kind of slippers, ^ We have over twenty .women, on the waiting ** list right now. They want to see the new ones just aj agon as we open them up. They really do fit the foot,, They are' perfectly balanced, have » good arch, a posture eoofcle buijt in and other new improvements. There is iwjt pne sore foot In a thousand pairs of PfttJlcJa Pftta. j*sr style they are the very latent, all new models In «1| the JQSW leathers and colors. Sizes to" 10 and widths AA to C. ' Next Poor West of AJjpw* Jimmie Neville m$ n \ LONE ROCK AID HEADED BY MRS. WM. CHRISTENSEN L:ne Rock: The Ladies' Aid society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs, Alex Krueger, 'Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough assisting. Officers were elected as follows: president, Mrs. Will Christensen; vice president, Mrs. Ray Snyder; secretary, Mrs. W. J, Cotton; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Flaig; pianist, Mrs. W. G. Flaig; assistant pianist, Mrs. C. H. Whitehouse. The next meeting will be n party the losers of an attendance contest entertaining the winners. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Mitchell of Fenton accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Melford Mitchell to Eagle Grove and Klemme Monday to visit with relatives. The Mothers club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs: Donald Banphard, Mrs. Mervin Marlow assisting, Mrs. A. A, Krueger conducted an interesting quiz. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E. M. Jensen, with Mrs. H. G7Flalg assisting. \ ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe entertained at two tables of bridge Thursday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Delano, Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moore of Algona. M.\ Delano * and Mrs. Carter received high score prizes, UV Red Cross War Relief fund card party sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary and Band Mothers was held Thursday evening at the school gymnasium. Fifteen tables of 500 were played. Airs. Paul Olson and Roy Jensen received 'high prizes, Mrs. Albert Shaser and Jack Quinri low, and George Long door prize. Seneca: A fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grade declamatory contest was held in the Seneca school gym Monday afternoon with Dale Nyman ifirst in oratorical, Donna Moore first in' dramatic and Donald ^Baldwin first in humorous. Mrs. Charles Osborn, Mrs. Alfred Godfredsen and Mrs. Frank Looft were the judges. The Seneca 4-H boys met at the home of Kenneth . Campbell Wednesday evening. • A Seneca P. T. A. meeting was held at the Seneca school house Thursday evening. The Jolly Jokers card club met at the home of Mrs. Clem Dotson Thursday afternoon. iFran'cis Culbertson received a broken nose Wednesday morning while playing kittenball. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and daughter spent Thursday at the Lawrence Saxton home near East Chain-. Maurice Smith who is attenSing school in Kansas City, Mo., spen several weeks at the parental Wai ter Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley en tertained a number of neighbor and friends at a card party at thei home Sunday evening. The Seneca Band Mothers ,clu met at the Seneca school house o Tuesday afternoon' with Mrs. Cur tis Olsen and Mrs. Charles Osborn serving. Clem Dotson returned'to his home Monday from the Coleman hospi tal in Estherville where he under went a major operation severa weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Petersen and son and Mr.j and Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn and daughter spent thj past week end with relatives in Des Moines. The Seneca school election was held at the Seneca school hous, recently with O< R. Patterson and Henry Looft being elected. Mrs Looft will succeed J. W. Bollig. PON TOWNSHIP DIRECTORS HOLD OVER FOR YEAR Union'? All former school directors will hold over another year, as only one election in District No, 1 was attended. Kenneth Strayer was elected to fill the vacancy left when Melvin Ellingson moved away. The others are: District No. 2, Louis Scott; Dist. No. 3, closed; Dist. No. 4, Alfred Schenck; Dist. No. 5, Roy Sarchett; Dist. No. 6, Delos Gardner; Dist. No. 7, Wm. Drayton, UNION" TEACHERS ARRANGE FOR SPELLING CONTEST The teachers of Union' met at the center school house last Friday afternoon and made arrangements for the spelling contest for the township which will be held at the Good Hope church Thursday afternoon, March 19th. at one o'clock. Pupils and parents will please come at the appointed hour. Rural School day is dated for May 22nd. MRS. LAWRENCE GISH SUBMITS TO OPERATION Mrs. Lawrence Glsch underwent a goiter operation at Rochester this past week. She came through the operation nlrely anc' is doing well, Her son, John, remaine.) with her during and after the operation. Fern Gisch visited her mother on Sunday. Mrs. Robert Sarchet entertained the Busy Beo club at her home last Friday afternoon,'24 ladies attending. A story was road by Hilda Gross. Bingo was pl?.yed with defense stamps as prize 1 ;. Lunch was served, Mrs. Arnold Heiso of Corwith was a guest. Mrs. Rudolph Will entertained last Wednesday evening in honor of her brother, John Leininger's birthday anniversary. The guests played cards at six tables. High scores were given to Henry Geilenfeld, Jr., and Marjorie Riedel. low to Walter Riedal and Lois Ohm, chair prize to John Baas and travel to Stanley Riedel. Lunch followed. Mrs. Delos Gardner spent last weelc Thursday with he;- parcncs, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Marrc in Al- gan.a, it being their 57th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Moore, who is 78. and Mr. Moore, 83, observed the day quietly. They raised a family of 12 children and all are married. The Mopres lived on their farm in Union, whore Che children received their education and grew up. They retired about 20 years ago. TITONKANEWS Cow Gives Enough Milk to Provide Baby to College Age Brattleboro, Vt,, March 9: Segis Viola Vale, a registered Holstein cow owned by Herman Soderberg, Bancroft, produced enough milk this past year to provide adequately for one child _from birth until he is old enough ^to enter college, says The Holstein-Friesian Association of America. "Viola", as she is called by her owner, made this record on a two times daily milking schedule beginning when- she was 9 years 6 months of age. Her year's total was 16.012 pounds of milk with 481 pounds of butterfat. Jowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts and The Holstein-Friesian Association of America supervised the making of this record, and it will be permanently recorded by the association. , Rural Youth Holds Meet iii Plum Creek School Wednesday "Resolved) that the girls should work pn the farm", was the subject >of the debate held In,the Plum Creek community school room last Wednesday night. The affirmative was taken by-Lucille Caihoun and Barbara Schrauth while the negative was argued by Andy Miller end l?enny Gould. The affirma? tive iteam was judged -the winner, The national anthem was sung, by the group after which games were enjoyed, foHowed by A lunch. The program and^meeting was sponsored by the Plum Creek Rural Youth Wttfe Neva AJbMfb^ and Mabel Kubley thjt) coujgjlttSP in, <?fewge. Not quite all of CJqeser of^Neola, * northern/ Cornell College Product lEdward Weismuller, Cornell college graduate, former Rhodes scholar, and now instructor of English in Harvard university, is author of the poem "The Fox" appearing in the March Atlantic Monthly. He also has two books of verse in preparation and is completing a translation of a French novel for spring publication. Brimming Wells Water levels in shallow wells in Iowa are higher than they were a year ago, and 4n the southwestern part of the state they are the highest in seven years. The highest observed rise of well wqter was 15.11 feet in Page county, Precipitation in inches in 1941 for the state was (Donald Trees left Thursday for a military training camp. Mrs. Guy Barton 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Larson and son, Rex, cf Woden were callers at the C. B. Egesdal home Friday afternoon. Richard Isebrand of Duncombe stopped over night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Senus,Isebrand. He was on his way to Minneapolis. •Mrs. B. H. Meyer has been very ill this week, first with pleurisy and then she had several attacks of gallstones. She is Improved some at this writing. . Jess Willet and a friend arrived here from Beatrice, Nebr., and hope to get work this summer. Jess Willett is visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Korte, Jr. About 60 people attended the district basketball tournament at Estherville Friday evening when the Titonka boys beat Arnolds Park, the score being 22 to 21. On Thursday they defated Dolliver. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and children and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton helped Wm. Larson of Woden, celebrate his birthday Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper and children of Buffalo Center were also guests. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Heyo Boekelman, Mrs. Menno Fuls, Mrs. George Alke, Christina, Henry and George, Mrs. Neil Michaelson' and Henry Redenius of Britt attended the funeral of a relative, Eilert Hendrickson at Little Rock Tuesday. Theresa Spear was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening when 16 friends came to help her celebrate her sixteenth birthday. The evening yms spent playing games and her mother, Mrs. Harm Kettwick and sister, Bernice, served a delicious lunch at a late hour. Mrs. Geo. Higgins entertained the., yfork club Thursday at the home of Mrs. Jerry Breen. Guests were Mrs. Frank Fisher, Mrs. Henry Orthel, Mrs. Bill Batt and Mrs. Forest Manwiller. High prize was won by Mrs. Raymond BartleUt and low went to Mrs. Guy Bruns. Lunch was served by the hostess. Dale Higgins took Darlene to Cedar Falls Tuesday where she enrolled at Iowa State Teachers' College. They were accompanied by Mrs. T. A. Dunmire and Carroll and Alice Budlong. Mrs. Dunmire will spend the rest of the week with her sister at Cedar Falls. Alice Budlong had been hohie a few days with, her parents. Mrs. (Martin Mimbach has been under the doctor's care this pa<st week. Dean Taylor spent the week end visiting Dean and Marvin Thompson at Osage. Perry Lowman was a guest Monday evening at a Rotary dinner at the Algona hotel. Mrs. Ferd Brethorst has been on the sick list the past few days and is under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., of LuVerne, wees callers at the Herman Wise home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora arrived home Tuesday after visiting their daughter at Clark, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swedin and daughter, Janice, were Sunday visitors at Bancroft with friends. John Jensen, who has been absent from school because of an appendix operation, returned to schoo' Monday. Miss 'Phyllis Thompson accompanied her father, Dale Thompson of Osage, to spend the week enc at her new home. Miss Joan Krieps Is slowly recovering from an ear infection Charlotte Ann Wise has been ill with glandular trouble the pas! week, t Ward has been received tjiat Ronald Fraser. son of Mr. and Mrs Joe Fraser, former residents ol Sexton, is with the U, S. army in North Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kirschbaum and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malaney and children of Mason City were visitors on Sunday at the Wm. Kirschbaum home. |Mr. and Mrs Clarence Swedin will entertain the Sexton Church Builders class at their home Thursday, March 19th. All members and families are invited to attend. Mrs. George Olson, Sr., will be hostess to the Sexton Woman's So- lowo't new ttreomlirter ih* Monlrow Hotel 'n lo the •veryday hole! what o Deiiel-power«d jioni of the raid h lo an old fashioned wood burner. lt r i new throughout, from flagpole lo Hooitonw. New Java Room Coffee Shop, HurdU and Holler Inn and Food Fountain Room will pleat* and delight you. HOTll MOWROSt We Have Plenty of GOOD USED FARM EQUIPMENT IF YOU COME IN NOW One F-20 Farmall on rubber apd with cultivator One Regular Farmall;, with cultix'utor. One F-30 Farmall .on Rubber with chains and cultivator 1 Model H John Deere on rubber with cultivator, nearly new One 10-20 McCormick-Deerlng tractor. Good shape. One 22-36 McCormlck-Deerlnsr tractor, good shape. One 15-30 McCormick-Dserlng tractor, good shape. McConnick-DeeriDg Store INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO, Phone 52 Walt Hall, Mgr. clety of Ctoi&tttn" &tvl<S6 0ft day, March 10th, at her farm Devotions will be l«d By M>a, Neuman and the lesson by Mrs, ARiggs. Everyone Is invited" t» *t« tend. Mrs. William Hartley and Mrs., John Flora entertained the Sextan Woman's Home Project grout) 6ft Tuesday, March 10tW, at the Hartley home. Mrs. B. E. Sanders pfeS« ented the last lesson '"Fh6 Family and the World of Today* of the project year. There was a gootl attendance of members Lunch served by the hostesses. Professional Cards ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldfc ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTOK H. W. MILLBB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, Iowa E. J. Van Ness Allen A. Branson VAN NESS & BRUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, Ia< Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly; SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 68 ALGONA, IOWA HERAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 206 LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone.281 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg, ALGONA, IOWA L. A, WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney ) Office in Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS I,»- ill > providing this specialized service ' " " CHEVROLET'S Car Conservation Plan J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 826 .ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D, Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John.Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON' MELVIN G. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 ' Res. 1M Across from F. S. Norton •& Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN | General Practice Special attention given to non-surgical treatment of rectal disease*, varicose veins and rupture. DR. HAROLD MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ' General Practice Special attention given to disease! of heart and chest. Sawyer Bldg., 9 East State St. ' Phone 342 DENTISTS. DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Phone, Business 166, Residence 781 ALGONA, IOWA ^1 '>> , '"'*? ffi CONSERVE • TIFUS HOG WORM Oil, For Q|| motorittf who wqnt to keep their cert lerving dependably, the word* to remember are; $99 your /Of a/ Chevro/ff deafer, ..« Chevrolet originated the "Car Coniervatlon Plan/ 1 and he Is a specialist (n "Car Conservation." ... He alve« skilled, reliable, economical f ervlce on a|l make* of w« and trvtkf, , , , See him today *•••,• him at regular hitervahMf yaw want your «ar to "»ee yoy through." A/wayt pot yovr local CHEVROLET DIALER FOR SERVICE on any ror a/ tnitk x DR. O. D. SCHAAP DENTIST • , Hutchison Bldg. Phone 139 Res. Phone 174 Algona, A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 800 KARL B, HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in N.ew Helse Bldg. Res, Phone Phone 44 * PAINTING — DECORATING For Good Work and Low Qost* t ,RELIABLE DECORATOR! 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