Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX KOSStTTH COUNtt A&VANCS. ALQON BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOSStmi COUJTTT ADVANCE >Veekly Newspaper Founded in 1901 Entered as Second-Glass Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postofflot at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS ,W. B. Quarton H. W. Mlllei - QUAIITON A MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 81* Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iow» SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAJ J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahor L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, 261; J. W. S., 809 S. E. McK., 403. Algona, Iowa WESLEYAN, 89, HAS BIRTHDAY PARTYSUNDAY Wesley, Jan. 24— The S9th birthday anniversary of W. P. Giddings was observed at his son's home Sunday. Visitors were another son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Qid- dings, and a daughter, Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, and their three daughters, all of Burt. Mr. Giddings was handsomely remembered by absent grandchildren; among their gifts being a bouquet of American Beauty roses from the Algona greenhouse Mr. Giddings is still confined to his bed most of the time. Mrs. Ringsdorf remained for a few days. Leg-Ion Auxiliary Gives 1'nrty— At the Legion Auxiliary card party last Thursday evening, prizes in Surprise Party Given for Irvington Woman Irvington, Jan. 24 — A surprise party in honor of Mrs. Russell JPry'e birthday was given at her daughter Mrs. Elliott Skilllng's last week Tuesday evening, Guests were the Fred Skilllngs, the Charles Harveys, Mr. and 'Mrs. Willavd Gregson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hain, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee,' and the Frank Skilllngs, Algona, and the O. L. Millers. Mrs. Fry, who had both bones In one wrist broken in a fall more than a i has been at the Parsons home, helping with the housework.. A DicKUfsour T. P. Harrington L. J. Dicklnsoi Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 28; T. P. H., 441 B. J. TAN NESS, G. W. STILLMAK Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona, lows G. D. Shumway E. D. Kelli SIIUJDVAY & KELLY Attornoys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block Phone 58 Algona, lowi ~ iT A. VIiVKEL AtUorncy-iit-LiiiT Office in Quinby Building Phone ISO BOO were won by 'Nell Frlmml and John Eisenbacher; In bridge, by Mrs. J. L. Haverly and Al Rosen- myer. After lunch there was dancing, music being furnished by Fred Dlekmann and Mrs. J. L. Haverly. A meeting for sewing will be held at Mrs. Kennedy's this week Friday afternoon, and at the same time members will listen to a radio program. These are broadcast from Ames for the benefit of auxiliaries on the last Friday of every month, HIRAM H. WHITE Attorney-nt-LnvF Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 20C. Alg-ona, lows P. A. HANSON AtloniPy-At-Lnw Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 4CO-J.; Res. 315 DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. Sew Semester In Schools— This week Monday started a new semester. The following pupils i Mis« McConncll's room were perfec in attendance last semester; Lavo Gerdes, Pearly Haynos, Martin Mon .son, Jen-old Aldrich. In the fift and sixth grades Lavon Gerdes ha the highest marks; in the scventl Jen-old Aldrich; In the eighth, Har old Ilansen. This week Monda; evening, Supt. Swanson and th Misses Reimer and McGee were t go to Corwith to judge a declama tory contest. week ago, is mending nicely. Saws Trees for lumber— Ben Terhune, who cut down several large cottonwood trees on his farm northeast of here a few years ago, recently had the logs hauled to the Allie Brown farm, where custom sawing is done, and had them sawed into lumber for buildings on the farm. Since the trees were cut down the logs had been drying in the open. Mr. and Mrs. Terhune bought their farm some years ago from the late William Ward, who left here with the family and went to California for his health. Improvements have been made since the purchase. floods Many Cellars- Many complaints of flooded cellars and caves have been reported as the 'esult of a thunder shower and the icavy rain Saturday night. In one nstance the water almost reached a 'urnace grate. The river nd many Other Irvington JTews. The 'O. !L. Millers, Edward Mawds- W.v, and the latter's* daughter Dorothy were Saturday evening guests at Fred were M. L. Honey's, and the Austin Summers family were afternoon guests at Tom Warren's. The O. L. Millers LONE ROCK IS TWICE WINNER FROMTITONKA Lone JRock, Jan. 24 — The basketball teams won a doubleheader from Titonka last week Tuesday night j and Dendall Gregson were Monday evening dinner guests at Willard Gregson's, Algona. Mlio Gregson, who has been making his home with the O. (L. Millers since he finished picking corn for them, is leaving for his home at East Moline, 111. Before coming here last fall he was employed in an--A. & P. grocery store there, and he is returning to that work. A miscellaneous shower In honor of Arlene Stewart was given by Mrs. George Hackman at her home one afternoon last week; Mm. Fred Gel- gel, assisting hostess. Minnie Scheppman and her brother Henry Jr. returned last week Tuesday from two weeks with relatives at points in Minnesota. They reported good roads. Bernard Frankl, who had spent a few weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl, left Monday for Samborn to resume Iris insura7ice work. C. H. CIIETZJIEYEB Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbraith Block Phones: Office, 310; res.. 444 Iow» P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 060; residence, 861 %j^ Algona, Iowa WALTER FRASER, ST. D. '-.•'. Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 14. _ '; ; Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence ill W. D. ANDREWS, B. 0. Osteopathlc Physician and Snrgeo* Located in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, Res. 688. R. A. EVANS, M. B. Over Borchardt Drug Store Phones: Residence 312, office S0«, Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. H. M. 01SON Dentist. Gas or novocaine used for extraction. Located over Chrlstensen Store. 'Phones: .Business 166, residence 470 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS "—- _ 1. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.; res. 475-R Mlsslonnry In Talk Here— Odvelig Thompson, returned mis sionary, spoke at the Congregationa church Sunday morning. She was sent out by th 0 Scandinavian Alliance 'Missions, and stationed at £ point in Swaviland, southern Africa. She will also speak at the Congregational Aid meeting, at Mrs. August Engstrom's, this week Wednesday afternoon. Miss Thompson is a sister of Pastor O. Thompson, Buffalo Center. "VVeslcyniis Win Tivo Games— Our basketball teams won over the Algona academy, here, Friday evening: the girls, 34-20, the boys, 29-25. A large crowd attended. This week w e go Tuesday to Whittemore, Friday, to Thompson. Our next home game will be with Corwith Tuesday, January 31. Corwith Is unusually good, having lost only one game thus far; so this contest promises to be interesting. Hnnsens Married 8 Years— 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansen observed their eighth wedding anniversary Friday evening, January 20. Guests were Mrs. Hansen'e brother, Philip Dahlin, Des Moinee, and his family; also the Theron Hansens, Gordon Giddings, and William and Minnie Frimml. The Philip Dahlins returned home Sunday evening. Methodist Aid Names Officers— At the Methodist Aid meeting last week Wednesday, officers were elected: President, Mrs. Amesbury; vice president, Mrs. Haynes; secretary, Mrs. Dawson; treasurer, Mrs. A. M. Lease. The next meeting will be a covered dish luncheon, to be day. Frost is reported out of the ground in spots. I'orcy Sell kill Is Have Son- Mr, and Mrs. Percy Schichtl are parents of an 11-lb. son, born this week Monday morning. Mother anc baby are doing well. Mrs. Schichtl'e mother, Mrs. Otto Ramus, of Lu Verne, is spending a few days at the Schichtl home. UliRiiiiiaflsni Lays Fnrm Wfo Up— airs. Morris Parsons has been suffering a week with rheumatism. Eunice Thompson, near Lu Verne, SYLVIA ABBAS, & BEN HEYES, LAKOTA,WED Lakota, Jan. 24 — Sylvia, eldest aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Abbas, of German township, and 3en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heyes, were married last week Wednesday at 12 o'clock at the Pres- >yteran manse, the Rev. Mr. Frerk- ng officiating. Attendants were .he bride's sister Anna and the bridegroom's brother Eigo. Fifty relatives were in attendance. Mrs. Frerking played Lohengrin's wedding march, O Promise Me, and I Love You Truly, during the ceremony. The bride wore white lace over white satin, and her veil was decorated with flowers from her mother's wedding veil. She carried American beauty roses. The bridesmaid wore tan silk crepe. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's larents, and 150 attended. A party .for the young folks was held the [ A large group of Star class mem bers had a party at the church an nex Friday . evening. A few. hour were devoted to indoor games. Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes an< i Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham wer Fort Dodge shoppers last Thursday Donald, youngest son of Mr. am j Mrs. Frank Asa, is spending a feu weeks with an uncle at Waterloo. The Aid meets this week Thurs day at the annex; Mesdames A. Me Lean and K. J. Roney, hostesses. Mrs. U. B. (Frankl entertained a1 a card party last week Tuesday j evening. with 40 in attendance, buttermakers and their wives. A covered dish dinner was served at 8. Sec. 6 consists of Kossuth, Emmet, Palo Alto, ano Huni'boldt counties. leave to Visit Veteran — Will, Charles, and Edw. Gutknecht left via auto Tuesday for Tucson, Ariz-., to visit their brother Fred In a veterans* hospital there. His condition is reported much the same as when- Wmfam and Charles -visited him in California last year, but Edw. could not go at that time. Margaret Smith 12? Party— A family dinner was held at W. E. Gutkneelit's Sunday in honor of the 12th birthday of Margaret, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith. Sure-, Gntknecht Is her aunt. Other Lakota News. The Dorcas Sunday school class met at J. H.. Warburton's last week Tuesday evening- for a monthly meeting. Mrs; A, Q. Smith had charge of devotions, and Mrs, Elmer Darg of th'B'" lesson on the Book of Judges. Some of the men folks drove cars- for the women and spent the evening" a-t visiting-. Mr. and- Slra. Jacob Telca-mp, Mrs. OrCOrCfi Wihtfel-L RnlhniT SVrrfl-Vv +T.« i •Heated Titonka 32-15. Lone Rock led 12-6 at half, though the score was tied 6-6 at the quarter. Lone Rock won another north Koesuth conference game Friday night at Whittemore. The boys outplayed Whittemore 28-7, and the local girls also won, 24 j l'S. 21 Fnpllg on Honor lloll— iPupils dn the local schools who attained a semester average of 90 per cent or more were: first grade, Luverne Schroeder; 2, Virginia Frye, Catherine Mae Householder, Merrill Miller; 3, Maxine -'Flaig, Dorothy Hobson, Mervin Thompson, Jack Benjamin; 4, Roy Bierle, Doris Mae OBlanchard, iMary Jane Hofius, Dorothy Jensen, Wilma Marlow, June Rahn; 6, (Betty Marlow, John Sprank, (Bernard Genrlch, Arnold Rellly ;7, Marian Jensen; S, Bernard lellly, Shirley Marlow. IS Enter 'Declam' Contest— The 'high school declaimers have started work. Participating are: oratorical—'Dorothy Dacken, 'Beryl 'Sanders, -Jack Tlbbets, Verne Dacken ; dramatic—Margaret Gladstone, Colia Jane Hollister, Lawrence Rath; humorous—Dorothy Burti BOX CARS TO HOUSE POOR IW COUNTY Twenty M. & St. L. box cars which •the Clay county hoard of supervisors recently 'bought from the railroad company will be remodeled for poor families on two acres of ground just Inside the- Bponcer town limits. The county has leased five adjacent acres on whch the poor families and unemployed persons may raise truck gardens. Early In December a wood lot was opened by the county and men whose families were 'being supported out of the poor fund were asked to do the work. They were paid at the rate of a dollar in provisions. -The number employed daily varied from a dozen to three dozen. Two hundred forty tons of firewood were cut and hauled to distributing point on land ait Spencer owned by the county. .A dispatch In Sunday's D. M. Register said that Spencer people who live near the proposed bo.tcar colony were in revolt. Dorothy and Evelyn Bierstedt, Lqla Marlow, Kathryn Stebrltz, ' (Ruby Cherland. The tentative date for-the contest is February ,13. Splits Heel In a Jump— P. L. Pierson, east of town, broke footbones and split a heel open while he was cutting down a tree on his farm one day last week.' ' He was up in the -tree, and when his ladder fell he jumped to the hard ground.' He will have lite foot in a cast for some time. ' Girl Hurt "While Coasting— While she was coasting with a •oup of children last Thursday, Doris Sanders' sled upset and hit her in the mouth, badly cutting a lip and breaking off one front tooth. The rest of the tooth had to toe extracted. Quilting Bee Is Given- Mrs. Frank Flalg held a quilting bee last week'Wednesday evening-.. Attending: Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. H. J. Rice, Mrs. Jack Quinn-, Mrs. Otis Sanders, Mrs. Alex Krueger, and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman. Farewell for Departing- Woman— The Larkin club gave a farewell card party for Mrs. M. E. Blanchard at iher home last week Tuesday- afternoon. The, Blanchards will 1 soon move to a farm near Irvington: Brother of I. W. Nelson Dies- Three Youths Killed. Ledyard, Jan, 24-^-The Ed Halvor- lons attended ithe funeral of two of Vtrs. Halvorson's nephews, Alvln and erome Kalsted, at Frost, Minn., Sat- rday. The boys and another were nstantly killed late last week Wednesday night, when their car skidded off a high grade. Burt • Mrs. •,Paul Moore'is at Corwith, caring for her daughter, Mrs. L. J. 'Schmidt, who has been sick several weeks. • The D. F. Slaughter family visited 'Sunday at the home of Mrs. Slaughter's brother, N. J. Peterson at West Bend. Ada Beitz left Thursday for Cedar Rapids, where she will stay with an aunt, who recently lost her husband. Lloyd Elston and J. Thompson were business visitors at Rock Rapids last Thursday and Friday. iLeona (Lichter and Maurine McCullough, Algona, visited Rachel Clapsaddle 'Sunday. Mrs. Robert Moore, Algona, and her two children, spent the week-end at Paul Moore's. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dugan entertained at a 500 party Saturday evening. Mrs. J. G. Thaves entertained the Sewing Circle last Thursday afternoon. The .Legion will give a dance this week Thursday evening. Walter Hanna spent the week-end at Ames. held at Mrs. Dawson's afternoon, February 1, Wednesday INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUN-I y MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 'Over $15,000,000 worth of insurance In force. A home company. Safe (secure. J. 0. Paxsoi., Secretary 'City Property Loan* Farm Loans Insurance. Reui Ifiatate. CUNNINGHAM & LACY 10 1 ? W. State St. Algona. low* EMERGENCY LOANS INTEREST ON UNPAID JJA1- AXCE FOll ACTUAL TIME LOAN HUNS Loans made on Automobiles, Live Stock, etc. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced, uur "Inland," plan of loans will meet with your approval because they are convenient and helpful. Quick service, confidential, no signers or endorsers required. Twenty months to repay if necessary. Loans made same day as applied for. LOANS MADE TO PURCHASE MILCH COWS AT A LOW RATE OUT OF TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment made on a budget schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Office located 1st door north of Iowa State Bank. Former Butfermnker Calls— T. A. Clarke, West Bend, a state inspector, was in Wesley Monday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Clarke, who called on old friends. Mr. Clarke was buttermaker and manager of a creamery here in the late eighties. His term as inspector win expire February 1, because of the political change. Jos. Roetz Bnfie Christened— The new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz was christened at St. Jos- morni'ng-, and Leona 'Siemer,. who had been working for- Mrs. George Hauptman during her sick- nevsti, returned home Sunday.. Electric Service Cut Off— No church services were held Sunday evening; partly for fear of no light. A transformer had burned; out during- Saturday night's storm, and part of the town was without electricity until afternoon. eph church Sunday named John Ruth. iog Patient Recovering— John Knapper has bought the Allie Fuertsch tenant house, now occupied by the Rickard family, and will move March 1. Mr. Knapper is living on the farm known as the old Weig- place. Adelo Klcliinpfpr Is Hrlde>— Ailele Klelnpeter, daughter of the A. L. Kleinpeters, was married to Don Mullanoy, Bi-itt, Saturday evening, January 21, at the home of the •pastor, the 'Rev. Father Weseling. same evening. The newlyweds will live on the farm now occupied by the Henry Hofbauers. Mrs. E. Ennen la Dead— Mrs. E. Ennen, who died her home here, last week Sunday, was born in Germany in August, 1856. In 1879 she was married to Fred Kline, and two children, Henry and Marie, were 'horn. In 1885 the husband died, and In 1S9I she and the children came to America. They lived near Bancroft till 1S9-1, when Mrs. Kline was married to Mr. Ennen, and then moved to the farm now occupied by the Jacob Telcamps, north of town. Here their daughter Grace was born. In 1911 they moved,to Lakota. Marie diext a/t St. Paul some Henry still lives here. I. W. Nelson received word last week Tuesday of the death of a brother, A. N. NeWn,,3n California. Other Lone Rock News. Alma Madison, R. N., returned one day last week from Armstrong,' where she cared for two appendicitis cases, Supt. Ortmeyer's son Ho\va>v? m, the | and Harold Palmer «owaid Overt Rippentrops, Chartfe* and i The Mite society met last Thurs- Edw. GutKnecW, Jos. Rippentrops, j day at Mrs. N. L CottonT M « W The next m'eeT' ' Mite " Mrs. Gus Tor-Ore, Mrs. Lou CNKz,!J. Cotton assisting and Mrs. J7. HU Warburttnr. attended i ing win be at Mrs a meeting before- the supervisors at son's. the courthouse? last Thui-BcTay. The Rev. Paul Johnson- went to Kanawha last- week Monday afternoon for a visit 1 with* relatives! Taes- day morning- He accompanied; his Bad Pscherer, Lincoln, Neb arrived last Thursday evening for an extended visit with his mother, Mrs. L. A, Naylor. Eteel BlanehanJ and Chester Alme father to Khraviller to- visit the Rev. ! returned JFrfday from a and Mrs. Frank O. Jbh-nson. They ' Mr. Alme's parents at report the pastor recovering slowly, i NV D>. Mr. and Mrs; Harold Pierce went j William Rath motored 10 to Mason City-Sunday to visit the; Momes last week Wednesdav fnrm»r'« m»%fHiw Tnv— -m _ . - : «. n 4. A » *-. »*-*»x«c3,j visit with McHenry, to years ago. i February; former's mother. TlYe> Pierces-, -who manage thV' local' teltepfrone exchange, have- received' word' they are to be transferred' to Mason City in Grace lives ADVANCE WANT AD5 6ELL at Hardy. There are seven grandchildren. Mrs. Ennen was a lifelong member of the Lutheran church, and burial was. made in the (Lutheran cemetery east of'town. > Acorn Clab is Entertained— Mrs. H. H. Murray entertained the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon with IB members pesent. Mrs. Delia Smith, vice president, had charge of the meeting and the following were named as calendar committee for the coming- year: Meedames Olga Wortman, Delia "Smith, Ida Smith, Gertrude Schissel, and Lucile Ley. Mrs. Worley, as secretary, will assist. The following program was given: A. Study of Armenia, Mrs. Celestine Smith; 'Russia, Mrs. Edna Turley, and Mrs. Harvey Johnson read a paper on France prepared by Mrs. Elaine Johnson. The Rev. Paul' Johnson- and 1 Harry Warburton,were hosts at the Methodist parsonage to tne choa'r Thursday evening, and' after last veterans' bureau examination Mr. and 1 Mrs. j. ar. Blanchard attended the funeral of W. B Pratt Burt, last week- Wednesday. 'Evelyn- Behrntann and Ruth Cross were dinner- guests at W. G Flaig's last week Tuesday evening. The S. S. Beginners and Primary,„- elasses- had rat Fre hearsal was flushed' the young folks hioh's Saturday afternoon. Annual Library Meet Held— The Library association has held Other Wesley News. Mrs. Lilly, Doctor Adams' houee- kepeer, te sick, and a granddaughter- is here caring for her. Ethel Stillwell, who is married and liven in Michigan, has recently been sick with pneumonia. She Is Mrs. Paul Erdman's sister, and formerly lived here. Everett Lawler, New Providence, is spending a week at his sister. Mrs. John Hutchison's. Valera Mayer, departmental teacher at Mason City, who taught the 7th and Sth grades here some years ago, spent the week-end with the John Hutchi- sons. Vee Mullin and the children visited Mrs. Mullin Sunday at a Fort Dodge hospital, where she had undergone an operation for gallstones. She IK rapidly recovering, and will probably come home this week Tuesday. The Study club will meet with Mrs. Aldrich this week Thursday afternoon. The subject is Floor Cov- its annual meeting and elected officers: president, Mrs. Arthur Schis- eel; vice, Mrs. W. E. Ley; secretary, Mrs. R. E. HamquJst; assistant, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht; treasurer, Mrs. R. Williams. The following report was given by the secretary: membership' dues, $11; fines, $3; money raised by the four divisions, $50.87; dividend from bank, $12.30; total, $77.30; spent for books, $24.16; insurance, $18; total, $42.16; amount in closed Citizens Savings bank, $25.10; amount on hand, $1040. Mrs. Warburton Ames Delegate— Lincoln township Farm Bureau women met with Mrs. Henry Patterson Friday afternoon. Mrs. A. CJ. Smith gave project lesson No. 2. At a business meeting (Mrs. J. H. Warburton was elected delegate from Lincoln townshljp to Farm and Home week, Ames, February 6-10. The women earned the money for expenses of delegate by giving an ice cream social lost July. Woman Hag Major Operation— Thelma McKinney, Minneapolis, eldest daughter of William Noble, had a major operation at the Dea- had a treat of popcorn, apples, etc. The creamery }i<fld' its-- annuaT meeting at the Woodman hall' Satur>day. Directors are Gus Steinberg, John Meyer; Louis Sachs-, George Grlese, and' Ernest Ti-asamer; NTeft Behrends is buttevmaker:. Fred iBradburn-, Humboidt, was a caller at Eakota Saturday. The-'Brtid-. burns fQrmerly lived" north- of town. Fred manages a dairy farm and' sells milk at- Humbolat. The Standard" Bearers- . met with Mlsa Awe at C. R. Smith's last Thursday afternoon, and 16 gMs atattended: Thu class.- Is studying- Chiim-.. Tfie Rev: Paul Johnson and other you-ng follts took the Rev.. Mr.. Kaimiihoeftuflr to Algona Sunday, ana" he preached there Sunday morning. Ali-ec Bueckholt broke two bones in the back of one hand: while he was wrectling with a cow one day last weefc A number from here attended a taxpayer's meeting at the schoolhouse at Bancroft Saturday.-fvf; Titonka and! Lakota play ^''basketball Friday on the local floor and Titonka won, 1T-14'. ' Mrs. Edw. Clemans land son Boh went to Red Wing, Minn., (Saturday, returning Sunday. A good crowd was out Thursday evening for a free movie given by the Woodmen. Blbfo Study -was held last week- Wednesday evening at Mr. and Mrs' A. A. Krueger'e. Mrs-. Paur (Learrerton, county H B) Cotton erings, and Mrs. A M Lease is I coness h °spital there a week ago - * *J\-<-*-.3<J AO itJ t ,,„/!,, j-.*»rl_i1.-i. leader. For roll-call name a type of rug. members will Christian Peters is reported sick; Mrs. Michel Wingert Is laid up; members of the Nathan Studer family are ailing but not bed. confined to The Zack and Elmer Gibsons left Friday to visit at points In Illinois. The Chas. Paviks, Humboldt, visited Sturdy, and at last reports was recovering. graduate Her nurse, sister Hortense, Js caring for her, , and her mother, Mrs. Mary Noble, is keeping house for her during her stay at the hospital. Buttewnakerg In Meet Here- i A monthly meeting of the Iowa Buttermakerg association In Section 0 was held at the Nick Behrende home Frlo^y afternoon and evening, IOOK ~\\\\ oui -- *' CLASSIFIED IT PAW the Wm. Hendersons Sunday. Earth Seriroecfer, spent last week at Henry'to Emmetsburg; her brotfier- F. A. Sharp had *n-. «" work: done at Whittemore last »V€T?K".. The Start Lively League 4-HJ club, met faaturniay with Muriel Lowg: NOTICE OF PIIOBATE OF WILL No. 3C96. State of Iowa, Koseuth county In District Court, January •E9v*tf* To All Whom It, May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Ji. ©•- Faxson, deceased, dated January 3, 1931, Saving (been this day ffliea, ppene, and read, the 20th day filled, opened, and read, the 20th »!fl! ng . Proo£ of same at the Court J n Algona, Iowa, before the Court of said County or the derit of said Cwu-t; and at 9 o'clock a. mi-, of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause, nT amy they have, why said instrument should not be pro- I^.^L?J d a "<wed as a>d for tne ana Testament c at (Seal) E J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. By Alma drainer,. Deputy. SHutmvay & -KelHy.. -. - v - 2 0-22 MACHINE BOTH WIDE Am* HARROW AT THE ABVA3TCE ' V-"* -saiS^ i * * •' . . . until LONG DISTANCB trough !»„ Mother's Voice The daughter of one of our customers was almost unbearably homesick on her brst night away at school 100 miles from home. The telephone rang. It wa s her mother calling-a cheerful voice from home that meant more than anything else m the world to her just then. School life was saved for her-for it was the first of the lr regular weekly visits together by Distance. 7 NORTHWESTERN BELL^TELEPHONE MHC DISTANCE—,,- COSTS COMPANY nspcction Service npntE LIFE may be great. •1 ly Increased by proper care. When we equip your car with Firestone* we help yon get aD the miles built Into your tires. Periodical The Hem FIRESTONE BALLOON SarptMM In •trength, toafhneM Mid traction anjr pMMnger tin ever bnllt Tr.d. In your old tiro today. We will Inspect your tires regularly without charge. Check Inflation pressures, examine for cuts and 1m- bedded nails, f lass, etc. Track>ad Bm Owners Our "Proposal of Service" lowers operating costs and Increases tire mileages. Call for our booklet. No obliga- tlon. Service Slash $1 Alemite-ing .and change oil. A complete satisfactory job with 5 quarts oil ___: Ten days only. New Packaged Oil Try it. A two gallon can of bright stock 4*4 4 A paraffine base oil. Only . : $ | B | ^ Satisfaction or your money back. Tin Repairing '-upectie Bation Inspection Inflati "MAC" Battery Repairing Testing ** — Charging? Gat—Oil—Lubrication Phone 856. Complete Service Brake Testing Adjusting Helming "VIC" Trustee Sale Friday, January 27 and continue until all Is sold stock ' of underwear. 'hlgh press overshoe* ' A " en A ° veralte - Goodrich standard goods $14,000.00 •nie of this community. \y e the dollar. -So we r—"'- such as you never Remember of this .. at 25c on to hand you bargains will see again. free come and get the Jimmie Neville "The Poor Man's Friend." GAR OF Sunshine Iowa COAL On Track Phone 229 . S. Norton & Son Lumber and Coal Laird & McCuUough UTT^TTlw* a •— ^^ I; PHONE 521 FUNEBAI, ALGONA, IOWA Her

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