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RENWICK PASTOR ML SUPPLY M. E. HlLPffATBURT Hurt—The Rev. R. E. Cook, of Henwick, preached Sunday morning In the Methodist church here. At a meeting of the official board after the service, arrangements •Were made for him to fill the pulpit here until a reguluar pastor can be secured. The Rev. and Mrs. Cook were dinner guests at the ttev. G. H. Wessel home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were also dinner guests at the Wessel home. Guy Richards is working on a farm near Swea City. The Junior League will meet next Sunday evening with Don Boettcher. The Guy Carlsons of Wesley were week-end visitors at the G. C. Giddings home. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and son, Donald, spent Sunday at the Clifford Holding home. The Fortnightly Club met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. C. Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. George Graham and son of Cedar Rapids spent the week-end at the Emil Christiansen home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus were Sunday dinner guests at the J. P. Stow home. Uoyd Vinaas returned home on Saturday from Iowa City where he had been taking treatment for several weeks. Mrs. Bernard Leeper and children spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. keeper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow at Lone Rock Mrs. Gordon Schmidt spent Friday evening with Mrs. George Kinkki who is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman. The Sewing Circle meets Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. The birthday of Mrs. M. E. Polhemus will be celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfredson and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft of Armstrong, were Sunday callers at the Paul Dettman home. Mrs. Gordon Giddings has moved Would like to see your Fat Cattle N. J. BROWN CATTLE BUYER FOR Geo. A. Hormel & Co. WILL BE AT Hotel Algona THE WEEK OF MARCH 22nd out of the Charles Olson house and has stored her household goods and efcpects to get work. Her husband is in the army. A meeting Is to .be held at the school house Monday evening for the purpose of organizing a unit of the Iowa United Service Women of America. Mothers, wives, and sisters of men in the armed forces are urged to attend. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer M. Larson are parents of a 9 pound son born last Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Larson, who has been working at Owatonna, Minn., recently, came home Saturday to spend a few days with his family. Mr. W. W. Boettcher and children visited at the Ivan Long home near Algona Sunday. J. N. Holding, who had been at the home of his son, Merwyn, at Royal a couple of weeks, is now staying at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Soderholm of Des Moines, and Mrs. Soderholm's mother, Mrs. George Bannlck, were week-end visitors at the C. C. Smith home. Mrs. Barmick, whose home is in Wilton Junction, has been spending the winter with tho Soderholms. ILieut. and Mrs. Arlem Hackbarth visited Wednesday afternoon at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home. They were recently married tn the east and were on their way to Egan, S. D., where Mrs. Hackbarth teaches. Lieut. Haskbarth was to go on to Colorado Springs, Col., where he is stationed. He is from Dows. The Burt Woman's Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. G. H. McMulleir, with Mrs. P. L. Dremmel as assisting hostess. The program included a paper, "Power and Peace Workers," by Mrs. George Boettcher and a book .study "Mission to M-oscow," by Joseph E. Davies, and given by Mrs. G. J. P. Vogel. Hospital News General Hospital Marrh 10— Maurice Murry, Britt, medical. March 15— Mrs. Emmett Berhow, Ledyard, surgical. March 16— Mrs. Arthur Maasdam, Algona, girl; Mrs. Clarence Wetland, Britt, surgical. Kossuth Hospital March 11— Kay Harnlin, Lone Rock, surgical. March 12 — James Mortenson, Algona, surgical; Mrs. J .H. Snydcr, Bancroft, medical. March 13— Mrs. E. M. Larson, Burt, boy; Roy Braun, Algona, sur- gival; Myrna Nielson, Lone Rock, medical. March 14 — Virginia Miller, Fenton, surgical. March 15— Mrs. John Riggle, Corwith, surgical. March 16 — Mrs. Adolph Girres, Wesley, girl; Mrs. Arne Behrends, Lone Rock, surgical. March 17— Mrs. Gerald Frankl, Irvington, boy. Moved In March 1st moving time helped the Ogden rural school district in Warren county. The enrollment of four grade pupils has been increased to 21 during the past few days. It has been necessary to borrow seats from a neighboring school building to take care of the overflow. Loans COULD YOU USE '$50 - $100 - $200 OR MORE RIGHT NOW? Get the money you need through us. Store bills, doctor bills, insurance, taxes, buy clothes, feed and livestock — easy monthly payments. Special plan for the farmers. Confidential. L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algona, la. Words or Deeds The man of words but not of deeds, Is like a garden full of weeds. If congress would quit talking and show some action this war could be won this year. I am getting anxious to see the boys come marching home. This is no time for peace terms. That is counting your chickens before they are hatched. Uncle Sam, with a big army and navy, with plenty of bombers and all the food i-n the world that is 'fit to eat, can talk pretty loud when it comes time to sit around the peace table. Fifty years ago, when playing poker out in Dakota, I noticed the guy with the largest gun generally took the jackpot and we were all willing to let him have it. * When this thing is over if any of those fellows want to start trouble take their chewing tobacco away from them. It is easy to talk peace to a hungry man. Uncle Sam does not want any of their territory but we do not want to lose a lot of our boys every 25 years trying to make them be good neighbors. Let us win the war and get our boys home. No matter whether our loaf of bread is sliced or not. Cut out the unimportant things. People are buying more shoes now than before they were rationed. There is plenty of shoes. I have the largest and best stock of shoes I ever had on hand and more coming. loot's of these regulations are simply lost motion. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN ^ Irvington Vicinity Nvw* Items Mrs. W. F. Mulllca was a week- nd guest of her itteee, Mrs. Gerald 'olgt of iFenton. Mrs. Walter Barr was hostess last wedned&y (a week ago) to the Cresco Embroidery Club. The Irvlngtoft Twp. Farm Bureau met last Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blseheld. Pres. \VNT LUCY'S Helpful Hints MEAL PLANNma . COODNQ . 8EWWO How about a little of this and hat today! You know, a few of the ecipes we can use these days with he foods now available? Would -our family enjoy a delicious des- jert, one with an unusual flavor? It s not too expensive although you'll mve to use two of those precious eggs, but it will be well worth while. Peanut Butterscotch Pudding 6 slices bread; 2 cups milk; 2 :ggs; •% cup brown sugar; 1 A cup raisins or dates; % teaspoon salt; 2 tablespoons brown sugar; 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Spread the peanut butter on the bread. Mix together the milk, eggs, brown sugar, fruit and salt. Pour over the bread which has been ar- •anged in layers in a pnn. Mix brown sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle over all. Bake until set nd well .browned. * * * The following suick bread is very jood, better try it. There's an abundance of wheat for us to use, •ou know. Raisin Buttermilk Bread 2 cups flour; 3 teaspoons baking powder; % cup sugar; % teaspoon ioda; % teaspoon salt; 1% cups chopped raisins; 2 eggs; 1H cups buttermilk; 3 tablespoons melted ihortening. Sift the flour, baking powder, soda, salt and sugar together. Add he raisins, beat the eggs, add milk and shortening, stir quickly and ightly together. Pour into a greased loaf pan and bake in a moderate oven for 45 minutes or until ivell browned and done. * * * /The following pudding is good 'or us, with all the vitamins and minerals. It is easily prepared which is no small item these busy days. Bice Fluff Pudding Two-thirds cup raw rice; % cup sugar; Grated rind 1 orange; 1 qt. milk; '/{ teaspoon salt; H cup raisins. Mix all the ingredients together. Pour into a large baking pan and mke in a moderate oven for 3 lours. As scum forms on top of the pudding, stir well into the mixture. a tablespoons butter; B cups of ihredded cabbage; salt and pepper; [.whole cloves; 2 tablespoons vine- jar; 2 tart apples, peeled and quar ered; 3 tablespons flour; *4 teaspoon cinnamon; 4 tablespoons >rown sugar. Melt butter, add cabbage, salt, pepper, cloves and apples. Pour over 1 cup boiling water and cook [5 minutes. Combine, add remaln- ng ingredients and cook 5 or 10 minutes longer. FOR SALE —Bay horse. Good, sound work horse, weight 1600 Ibs. Seven years old. Joe Stattelman. 4 mi. north, 1% mi. west Bode. 11* [FOR SALE —1940-41 Wallpaper closeouts. Over 50% off. 59c for ;hree double rolls and 16 yards of jorder Gamble Store. 11 TSTEW APPLIANCES FOR SALE Frigidaire Frozen Food Cabinet; 2 Iowa cream separators, 1 all elec- ;ric and 1 hand turn; J 4 h. p. Elec- ;ric motors. Aigona Maytag Store. FOR SALE—Hereford bulls. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 11-12-13* From the Files TWENTY YEARS AGO The Goeders Store presented their annual fashion show at the store. Among the models were Mesdames Raymond Wehler, N. C. Rice, Jhet Williams, Lloyd Wellendorf, A. P. Fechner, William McDonald and Misses Eugenia Rist, Eleanor Haggard, Ruth James, Helen Murtagh, Helen Jasperson, Eva Streit, iita Quinn, Clara Amesbury, Grace Taylor, Madonna Quinn, Meredith Lathrop, Janet Zerfass, Twylah Riley, Anna Murtagh, Philomena- Quinn, Helen Goeders, Mary Janice Hice, Betty Barry, Marion Corey and Isabel Greenberg. Fred S. Geigel won the first prize n the northern Iowa ten ear corn show. A reporter from the Journal- Stockman interviewed Mr. Geigel and he presented his views and knowledge on the subject in an article in the magazine. Bill Geerlng was the smilmgest man in Algona as he handed out the cigars saying, "It's a girl." Miss Ruth Tribon, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. F. L. Tribon received a $25 prize for a short story in a contest conducted by the Des Moines Register. The scene of the story was the gypsy burying ground on the W. W. Annis farm, six miles north of Algona, which is said to be the only gypsy burying ground known in the country. Harttld Htiht presided, itJavld Smith hft» completed hit course , M Jnltltery ifmttittisj at Memphis, tan*,, and ha* befeft transferred to California. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reaper enter* talned at dinttet Sunday noon, the guests being Mr. aiid Mrs. F. ft. Hunt and two daughters, Janet and Bevetly, of Bancroft arid Mf. and Mrs. F, R, Haldeman. The Raymond SanRey family of southwest of Irvlngton have moved to the Hugh Raney farm, better known as the old Algier place. The Sankey children will be enrolled in School District No. 4. Mrs. Grace Phillips and Mrs. Tillie Hargreaves were joint hostesses to the Plum Creek Woman's club last Wednesday afternoon at the Ferguson home. Mrs. Doris Keith, vice president, presided. Mrs. Ralph Lage, Mrs. Fred Gel- gel and Mrs. Harold Hunt attended the garden plarmlng meeting held at the Algona high school last Thursday afternoon, representing the Farm Bureau ladles group of Irviwgton Twp. Helen and Birdie Schultz have written their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz from Hollywood, Calif., where both are employed at a Lockheed plant. The girls seem oVef thel tr fftHt wtth alr]p1ane*jan tenn., oil Thurtday afifera ten d£$> urlough at hoM6 flit hfl paf ehts. he Andrew «oMia«on*. Lowell as completed his training 1 & radio Mhnlelan at Oxford, Ohio, and will setf be taking advanced work i radio aviation at Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. 'Sim Leigh have re- elved word frotti thelf 'son, Donald hat he has been promoted to head mini Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25o for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2o per word; when charged, So per word. Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients So and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. ' For Sale iFOR SALE—Three-year-old Bay colt. Broke. Would trade for good cow. Ed Chambers, Corwith. 11* .WANTED — Girl for general housework. Mrs. Peter Schmit Bode, Iowa. . 10-11* FOR SALE-^Fifty pullets. $1.50 each. Call or write Mrs. Tillie Weaver, Algona, Iowa, Box. 68. / 11* WANTED—200 tons baled alfal- a and clover hay. Write, stating condition and lowest price. Box 285, Mound, Minn. 9-11* FOR SALE — Good used cook stove. Gamble Store. 11 HELP WANTED—18 to 80. Call at Cook's Tavern. 11 FOR SALE —1937 International truck, panel type. Herman Wise, Sexton. 11* FOR SALE—1941 Chevrolet 2- door, 15,000 miles. Extra clean. 1941 Buick 4-door sedan, fully equipped. Very clean. 1941 Pontiac 5 passenger coupe. Kirk Auto Co., 1st door east of Foster Furniture FOR SALE—<Desk Spindles, 20c each. Algona Upper Des Moines. 11-tf Stop Loan Renewal Costs am High Interest Rates. Buy Your Koine or Refinance Your. Present Loan the Low Cost Way. See Algona Federal Savings and Loan AsS'n. lOtf FOR SALE —Used baby bed. Gamble Store. H USED MACHINERY (Oliver 80 tractor with cultivator; 15-30 I.H.C. tractor, good; 2 John Deere 999 corn planters; John Deere corn ibinder; McCormick- Deering 5-ft. mower; 2 spreaders; Several plows; 2 10-ft. discs; 6 h.p. gas engine; Several cream separators, with or without motors. We have new Black Hawk corn planters and land rollers. Also a 700 chick brooder house. Bradley Bros. 11 Phone 714 So. Hotel Algona RUBBER 'STAMP PADS and nk, black, red blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines 11-tf TEN YEARS AGO Frank Schciby, thirteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby, received the full charge from a loaded 410 shot gun in his right arm at an accident on the Schoby farm. He was taken to the Kossuth hospital where he was re covering. Miss Ruth Messenger, Eleanoi Keen and James Bishop were attending the Shakespearean play festival at Cornell College at Mt Vernon. C. F. Specht had been reelected as mayor of Algona. Leighton Misbach defeated Conrad Herman for fourth ward councilman, Frank Geigel and Tom Kain were elected councilmen-at-lurge and W. A. Foster, W. A. White and Frank Kohlhaas were the other council members. Grocery prices, it seems now were unbelievably low. Choice bee: roast was advertised at ten cents a pound, dates were two pounds for fifteen cents, bacon squares were eight cents a pound, top grade coffee three pounds for forty-nine cents. The grocery ads were very small, eight to ten inches, compared with today's page and half- page grocery ads. J. F. Overmyer, superintendent of schools, spoke at the Algona Rotary club on the subject of Japan in Manchuria. He said that in many ways Japan was justified in her expansion into Manchuria because of money lent to Manchuria for construction. Japan was forced to expand to protect that foney. LUy of India H. H. McVey has on display in his store window in Tama a sacred lily of India that is now blooming. The lily itself is 4 feet 10 inches high and measures 12 inches in diameter. The four-year-old, dark- wine lily is blossoming for the first time artd many residents of Tama are seeing for the first time such a flower. Twenty-five Years Ago Gail Hemmingsen of Newell entered the armed forces of his country exactly tweatynfive years after the induction of hla" father toto the army in World War I. It lacked just one hour of being the same time of day for each induction. FOR SALE—Timothy seed. Cur- ity 98.8%, Germination 97%-)-. 7c Ib. Phone 2609, v Bode. Julius Capesius. 11-12* HYBRID SEED CORN Iowa 939, Germ. 96%. Twice winner of banner .trophy in state yield test, 1939, and 1940. Iowa 4316, Germ. 94%. Winner of banner trophy 'n 1942 state yield test. Rounds, $3.50; flats, $5.50. Thousands of acres of our Hybrids were growing over 9 counties of north and north cental Iowa. Lawrence O. Miller, Luverne, Iowa Phone 2642 11* ORDER YOUR CHUCKS now by mail. Or telephone collect on 300 or more. Started chicks on hand. I will pay you to see them. Hamilton Jatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 9-tf WE BUY all kinds of used brood ers, oil or electric. Gamble Store FOR SALE—inside baled straw at 35c a bale. Joseph Krieps, Sexton, Iowa. 11* FOR SALE—Manchu soy bean seed, 95% germination. Price $2.50. Bring trailer or sacks. H. Frambach, .Phone 2150, Whittemore. 11* USED APPLIANCES FOR SALE —Good Maytag and Speed Queen washing machines; Ice box; Studio couch, used only two weeks, snowflake wine color, has springs; gooc Westinghouse electric range; good electric radio; 3 good used cream separators, 1 all electric, 2 hand turned; Maytag and Briggs & Stratton motors; 1 Clean Easy milking machine. We repair all makes of washing machines. We have wringer rolls for all makes. Algona Maytag Store. 11 "FOR SALE—About 5 tons of red clover hay. Walter Barr, Algona. 11 'FOR SALE — Salesbooka, origi nal and duplicate. A sales slip: with every purchase. lOc each or 2 for 25c. The Algona Upper Des Molne* HYBRID SEED CORN Iowa 939 and 303- State certified Prices $3.50 to (5.50 per bushel More 939 is grown than any other Hybrid. 303 was near the top In the 1941-1942 Iowa yield test. M. A. Serlien, Bode, lewft 10-11' FOR SALEr-Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50 Also a small ideal Junior stamp and envelope moistener, 80c. The Algona Upper 'Des Moines. 9t LoskFound (LOST—Two No. 2 ration books Return to owners Verona H&gg o: Melvin Hagg. Phone 7F2. 11 Wanted WANTED: Dish washer. Hote Algona. HOUSEKEEPER on farm want- d. C. H. Bunting, RFD 1, Wes- ey. 10-11* WANTED—Married man to work in farm the year around.. Joe Preson, Swea City, Iowa. 11* .WANTED TO BUY—1% or 2 orse power gas engine for pump- ng water. Call 897. - 11" For Rent FOR 'RENT—The C. W. Sarchett ilace is for rent in east Algona. Six room house, electricity, sm orncrib, barn, chicken house and cratch sheds. Two blocks land. Call on Mrs. Mary Metcalf, 322 W. College St., Algona. 11 Miscellaneous CARD PARTY—Sunday evening, March 21, at 8 6*clock. St. Benedict Hall. Sponsored by the Rosary Society. . 11* Disc Grinding—Get lined up with ynur neighbor and let me do the disc grinding in your community his year. Co-operate and save tires. E. Ray James, 322 West Col- ege street, Algona. 10-ll r WE BUY play pens, baby bug giea, strollers, baby beds, walkers ligh chairs and what have you "ramble Store. 1" CLEAN OUT your attic and base ment. We buy all kinds of uset merchandise. Gamble Store. 1" SEE ME FOR Real Bargains In forms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohl haas, phone 22, Algona. 1-fl PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—al the new releases. Needles—albums —Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona Iowa. 1-t' (FOR DURABILITY — For tn pressiveness — Use Better Papers The best papers are made from rags. Try new Era Bond, 20 Ib. sub stance, for a really fine paper. $2.7 for 600 sheets. The Algona Uppe Des Moines. 8-t JUST RECEIVED a new shf.p ment of Warm Morning coal heat ers. $49.95 each. You likely, ar eligible to buy one.—Raesly Lum ber Co. Phone 234. 3-t Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets. Radios and Washers Bjustrom's Furniture 1-t DESK BLOTTERS, assorted co ors—dark green, chocolate, pin! peach and red for sale at the Uppe Des Moines office. 15c each, 2 fo 25c. BUY YOUR pencil and type writer carbon at the Algona Uppe Des Moines. 9 NOTICE —OFFICIAL AOENC1 —Boy Tour W«r Bonds mid Stamp at Akron* Federal Sayings ft Loan AMUI, Courteous and Confidential Service, 7-W . tloned at Ft. f#3ntfd W66d, Mo. Dttnald has MWA IK this 6amp illttce Ootebef, IMir'fftlng dlWfttly tftftf after his Inducttott mid thtTaetvlce.- Mrs. Clem OanniKgham enter* talned at a miscellaneous shOwef last Tuesday aMerndtffl h&fioWn* Miss Edith Greenfield, daughter Af Mr. and Mrd. A. L. Greenfield, whdse approaching marriage has been announced to Walter Heldt Walter is the 86n of Mr. and Petef Heldt. liiiimiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiii BURN BERWtND BRIQUETS or Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber Co. GEfT YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf IF' YOU NEED « rubber stamp for any purpose, you can order them at The Algona Upper Den Moines, SOc ant} up. il8*-tf RflU» tor sale at the Algona Upper Dg# Molne*. Regular si?e. 15c facfe, 9 for 860, Large size W *<M*, ? Know YOU America WAS -THE U.S. ESTABLISHED AT U/£ST POINT, A/V Get your EASTER Cleaning in early. Avoid tiie last mirra'te rush and possible disappointment. PHONE 330 • OPP. POST OFFICE - ALGONA,IOWA ANSWER The U.S. Military Academy was established In 1802. Eliminate the Production Bottlenecks on Your Farm The "Food for Freedom" goals set by the Department of Agriculture call for the greatest agricultural production In all history. Every "farm factory" has been conditioned to the hilt to meet its quota in this all- out effort. Don't let your production drive bojr down because of inefficient or obsolete farm "buildings! Only well-planned, prop-, erly-conatructedstock quarters, poultry houses and crop storages can insure continuous capacity pro- duction . . . and protect ' your profits! It's easy and economical to erect such buildings today with the tested Celotex Farm Plans/ Developed ,by expert farm architects' after months of painstaking research ... the plans have been useft by hundreds of farmers without the change of so much as a single comma in the specifications . . . let them be your guide to the placing of your farm on a capacity war production basis I . Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool CHATTER BOX Paint up and clean up time is here. Birds are back from the Southland and cold weather just can't last much longer. So buy , . Sargent, paint from us now and get' your painting done early. In practically every home there is some painting or varnishing to be done; and there is a Sargent paint for every job. Not only is the quality of Sargent's products tops, but the price is LOW I —JLR— Sargent Sar-Toner Flat Wall paint comes in ten exquisite pastel shades, which form endless combinations of color, The inter-mixing of the varl» ous colors will create new and delightful effects. The addKion of colors, ground in oil, will give the darker or extreme shades that are desired in some instances. Price per gallon, $3.?8, chairs, two coats, $1.26 per quart. —JWEt— A brother of Super * Fine Enamel is Gold label Spar Varnish, This varnish will withstand water without turning white, and sells for only fj.30 per quart Sargent Interior Gloss forms the ideal 'background for bath rooms and kitchens, in- fact, wherever a high gloss finish is desired, Tn keeping with the modern trend, the colors lend themselves well in beautiful pastel tint*. Select your colors. tiflO per quart. -T-IW&Anyone can point' like a professional with Sargent Super- Fine ^4li*r»rj1ng Bnwnel. A quart will finish a iarjje breakfast *»W e and four Sargent Floor and Furniture • Varnish SMn is made from the highest grade of varnish that it te possible to produce. You are assured of the maximum degree of elasticity, toughness and water ana weather resisting properties. Produces a free-flowing and self-leveling varnish stain. Directions for you to use in apply Sargent-aVarnteh Stain ftt< "fW| ""* i' ' n-i-JS and ffrni§h solute ^ ent paint at* guarantee. J. L. Richardson Hdw, B. J, Van Ness Allen A. Brunao* VA*f NESS A BttUNBON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helfle Building •hone 2iS Algona, low* IJARMNflTON A ice in Office, I»hon6 42? ALGONA, IOWA & ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison <i862*l§88> Donald C. Hutchison Theodore d HutchlSon Security Slate Bank Building 'hone 261 Algdnft, lt>W» D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SttCMWAY ft KBLL1T ATTORNEYS AT LAW • Office in Hutchison Bldg,, Phone 58 ALGONA, IOWA UNNAN ft LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 291 Off Ire over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WDfKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW . Office in Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS .1. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 820 C H. GRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELtVIN G. BOURNE • Phone—Office 197 Res. 164 Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to rron-sur- :lcal treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture . •' DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST xicated in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 183 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A. J. EASON, Dentist ' Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg,: Phone 44 v Res, Phone.: ElVIMETSBCRG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION ' loans to Farmers and Stockmen with a sound basis for Credit Rate 4%%. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. ra, at Bohannon Insurance Agency, above S. & L. Store, Algona. Typewriter Paper 500 shfiftta 59' This Is a good grade bond paper and will make.an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines "BETTER QUALITY" -QUICKER SERVICE" HEADQUARTERS; For Mnde-to- Order' RUBBER STAMPS Your orders will be fiBed promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW! STAMP PADS AND INKS BAND STAMPS-SEALS THEALGK>NAVPJ>EB DES MOINES BROODER Brooder Stoves and Chicks W9HT- \ 1. S. Bohannon

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