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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, I0WA RIST TELLS OF HUNTING TRIP 30 TEARS AGO 'Algona Trio in Trek to Mountains in Washington. 30 A review of a hunting trip yenrs ago to the Olympic mountains, in the northeast corner of the state of Washington, was given before the Kiwanis club on March 16 by H. E. Rist. Mr. Rist, M. 'P. Haggard, and the latter'a 'brother-in-law, Harry Moore, former Algona druggist now at San Antonio, Tex., spent 30 days in the ihunt. Mr. Hist's remarks were illustrated by numerous oldtime ko- dak pictured. Journeys then were made by rail. The party went first to Minneapolis, thence to Moosejaw and to Calgary, in Canada, whence they took Canadian trains for their destination farther west. Grisly Uoar Attacks Indian. An interesting experience was meeting a special train of delegates j from far eastern colonies of Great j Britain who had attended the fun- ' eral of Queen Victoria and the coronation of the father of the present King George. The Algonians 'became friendly with two delegates from India whose pictures were among the collection of snapshots. From Calgary westward the •train passed through mountain country then sparsely settled. At one stop the Algonians learned that an Indian bad just been attacked by a. grisly 'bear only a mile from the town and had been nearly scalped. An Adventuresome Boat Trip. At Vancouver, British Columbia, the trio hired a sail boat to take them across the strait to Vancouver island, whence .they were to 'board a -larger boat for Seattle. They left early in the morning, but boat was becalmed within the Bight of Victoria, their destination After they had waited for a wind, a storm came up, and they had to beat back and forth a day and night. Then they headed .back to Vancouver with the wind at their backs. The boat ran into a kelp bed a mile from shore. After anchoring the sail boat, the crew and 'the Al- gonians rowed the rest of the way in a small rowboat. They landed SO miles south of Vancouver in a desolate spot 16 miles from a railroad. On search they found a farm home occupied by Hudson Bay pioneers who had occupied that part of the country 50 years. The boatman was then paid off. Newspapers Feature Experiences. After two days and nights -without food the three Algonians sat down to dinner, but a strange reaction had set in: they had no appetite, and just could not eat. Understanding the predicament they were in, the hosts loaded them •with whiskey to whet their appetites, and they were then taken to the nearest railroad station in a buckboard wagon. Here they regained .their lost appetites. The trio went on to Victoria and Seattle iby train and boat, and were met by newspaper reporters. Their sailboat experiences made the front pages of the newspapers that day. Into Oie Trackless Wilds. Prom Seattle they traveled by THOKSDAY. MAI.™. 43 Suits Noticed for Trial at March Court Trial notices, the time limit for which expired Friday, have been filed in the following cases pending for the March distric court term, which opens nex Monday: PROBATE Estate of Warren P. Brewster, deceased. Estate of John Urch, deceased LAW Toole vs. Pletch et al. Dodson Fisher Co. vs Elbert et al. John Deere Plow Co. vs Fisher. Lang vs. Kollasch. Jennie Vanderlinden vs. Theodore Goeders. Robert Curtis vs. Robert Womack. Bertha Ward vs. Frank Shilts. F. S. Norton & Son vs. H. B./ Seely et al. F. S. Norton & Son vs. Agnes Seely et al. 'Stella Hays vs. Dick Paul. Mary Fasbender vs. Andrew Heinen. R. A. Harvey vs. Luther Disney et al. W. W. Summy vs. Al Rosenmeyer. Lewis Wlldiri vs. Harold Kuecker et al. Blanche Grose vs. Harvey L. Simpson. Jennie Riley vs. William Funk et al. EQUITY Anthony Schmitt vs. F. J. Balgeman et al. E. H. Kahl vs. F. J. 'Balgeman et al. John Taylor vs. F. J. Balge- man et al. Bertha Lenz vs. Samuel B. Chambers et al. Frank R. Kuhn vs. WiHiam Kuhn. Federal Land Bank of Omaha vs. Andrew J. -Peterson et al. Thompson Yards, Inc., vs. Roy C. Mueller et al. G-v S. Buchanan, Rec., vs. I. J. Hii'ber et al. Paul Reiman vs. Olaf Funnemark et al. P. P. Zerfass vs. N. C. Rice et al. P. P. Zerfass vs. N. C. Rice et al. P. P. Zerfass vs. N. C. Rice et al. P. P. Zerfass vs. -N. C. Rice et al. A. Olson Construction Co. vs. Iowa State Highway Commission. Met. Life'Ins. Co. vs. William F. Mueller et al. Lincoln Joint Stk. 'Land Bk, vs. Jewell M. Patterson et al. Bankers -Life Co. vs. Frank E. Wilson et al. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. Duhigg. James I. Dolliver vs. Conrad ilmer. Walter J. Whitcomb et al vs. . C. Rice et al. Walter J.. Wliitcomb et al vs. N. C, Rice et al. Walter J. Whitcomb et al vs. N. C. Rice et ail. Walter J. Whitcom-h et al vs. N. C. Rice et al. Bankers Life Co. vs.- J. P. Mersch et al. John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. vs. D. W. Fults et al. Wesley Music Festival Postponed to April 1 Wesley, Mar. 2«—A high schoo! music festival has been postpone): till next Tuesday evening because of bad weather. Mr. Klooz entertained the basketball girls and the high school teachers at the schoolhouse last Thursday evening. The evening was spent at games, and refreshments were served. Docs Practice Teaching Here— Helen Funnemark, who attends St. Olaf's college, OMorthfield, Minn., is at home for three weeks; and during that time she will do practice teaching of .general and domestic science in the Wesley high school. Miss Funnemark is taking a four-year course and specializing 'n home economics. 'Aux" to Sew Carpet Rags— The Legion Auxiliary meets this veek Thursday evening, Mrs. J. T. rteurer hostess. This week Friday he Auxiliary will hold <a work neeting with Laura and Hertula tVolf and at 4:30 will listen to a adio program. The work will be sewing carpet-rags. Veteran to Have Operation- Ernest Burch has entered a veterans hospital at Excelsior Springs, Mo., for an operation.' He had a physical examination at Des Moines some time ago. E. L. Rally is Postponed— An Algona sub-district lEpworth League rally which was to have been held at Titonka this week Friday has been- postponed to next week Monday evening. lied the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Goetz, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meurer, Plover, and their little son visited N. J.'s brother W. T. Mrs. Ray Welp, Bancroft, niece of Mrs. -Matt 1/aux, and her family visited at Henry Haverly's Sunday. Mrs. Haverly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laux, were guests there also. •Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Benner and their son Burton moved Monday to Mason City. Mrs. Benner is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Goodnow. The iPrlscilla Phoebes meets with Mrs; Halvor Flom this week Wednesday. Mrs, J. Skow will conduct a Bible lesson. Mr. .and Mrs. William Walker, of Corwlth, and their son Raymond visited at Mrs. Walker's brother Lester Lease's Sunday. Supt. and Mrs. Swanson and ;heir little son spent the week-end with .the Henry Loofits at Seneca. Clara Amesbury, Carroll, visited ler uncle, John Amesbury, here, and Algona friends last week. or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 6th day of April, 1933, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where . due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 8th day of March, 1933. 'CARL DA-HLHAUSBR, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. pervlsora met pursuant to adjournment with all tnenlbef s present. , Motion by fialgemart and second* ed by Helken that April 12,1933* at 10 o'clock a. m. is hereby fixed as time for receiving bids for gfadlng. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Balgeman that salary of steward and matron of the county farm is hereby fixed at $125.00 per month for the year 1933. Ayes: Helken, McDonald, Balgeman. Nays: Funnemark. Motion by Helken and seconded by Funnemark that the salary of A. Hutchison, Plaintiff's Attorney. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. LEGAL NOTICES IRVINGTON'S • • • • H • • V • ^V • • 1^ F, B, WOMEN MEETMAR, 23 Irvington, Mar. 28— An all-day meeting of the Irvington woman's Farm Bureau was held last Thursday with Mrs. Harry -Seeley. Twelve women attended and heard i lesson on appropriate colors, ma- ;erials, and trimmings, given by Mrs. Paul Leaverton. Plans for Achievement day were discussed, md a covered-dish luncheon was served at noon. The next meeting vill be at Mrs. Martin Becker's was postponed because of blocked roads. Ihvlght Potters Hare Boy — Mr. and -Mrs. D wight Potter are parents of ' a boy, born Saturday. The Potters are with Mrs. Potter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Batt, Cresco township. Other Irviiiffton News. Mrs. Fred Andrews and her daughter Ardith went to Bancroft Saturday to visit the former's sister, Mrs. Jos. Wilhelmi. They were to go thence to the Warren Pickens home near Fairmont before returning to their own home near Staples, Minn. Mrs. Andrwes and her daughter had been at Mrs. V. J. Schichtl's since Mr. Schichtl's death. The Missionary society met 'Friday afternoon at the church, but onlv a few attended, n snnwstnrm Mrs. two re- April 19, when the fifth lesson will be given. This will be the last indoor lesson; a lesson on gardening, landscaping, etc., will be given later in the spring. Cm-ran Family Has Reunion— Mrs. Harry Curran, her two younger children, and a Mr. Smith, all of Naytahwauch, -Minn., drove to the Butterfield home here late last week, for a Curran family reunion there Sunday. Two of the elder daughters of Mrs. Curran, Ruby and Edith, employed at Rockwell City, attended. Ruby and Edith have lived with their grandmother, Mrs. A. Butterfield, at times. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran, near Lu Verne, were also present. Another Report on Earthquake— Ross Robison, Kallspell, Mont., reports that his eldest son Richard, Los Angeles, and Dick's wife were — '** j "i A^ti u.ii.i^liui'l.l, «. ail\J >Y OUJi 111 keeping others away. Foreigners in America and Japan were studied. Mrs. K. P. Roney had charge of the meeting. A covered-dish luncheon was served at 4:30. ' Mr. and Mrs. Reaper, who went to stay with their son Charles a few weeks ago, Mr. Reaper being in poor health, do not plan to return immediately, though Mr. Reaper is considered better. Mrs. Reaper's brother, John Mcllhattin, Illinois, has been here of late. The Aid meets this week Thursday afternoon at the Annex, Mrs. T. E. Wickwire and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, hostesses. There will be election of officers. Holiday calendars are to be turned in. The Dan Schultz family, near Kanawha, were visitors last Thursday at Rome .Robison's, and guests of the Robisons this week Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran. The Rev. A. English preached to badly shaken up in the recent ' a large congregation Sunday on Other Wesley News. ' Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings, their sons William and Gordon, and daughter Hannabelle, all Burt, visited Grandpa W. P. Giddings Sunday. They were accompanied by Fred Ringsdorf, also Burt. Ringsdorf, who had spent weeks here with her father, turned. The Methodist W. F. Ml S. meet: with Mrs. William Hutchinson thi: week Friday, and -Mrs. 'Lawrence Hansen will give the lesson. A Founders' day program .has been dropped because of conflicting events, but a -program will be given later. Anna Johnson, who teaches home economics -at Boone, is -spending a spring vacation and visiting her sisters at Wesley, the Mesdames Herman Carlson, Fred 'Bentele, and Silas Skow; also her brother Herbert. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. A. M Lease. The Ai'd will serve dinner this week Saturday evening at the lodge hall at a meeting of .the county Schoolmasters club. Irwin Haynes returned alst week Tuesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where on the previous Saturday he liad an operation for removal of a growth in the nasal cavity. Marion Paulson, Wesley, and the Revs. Bernsten and Thompson, of Britt and Buffalo Center, left Monday for Des" Moines to attend a state dry conventibw that evening and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz vis- packhorse west to the Olympic mountains, covering ten miles the first day. They .followed a small mountain stream in which the salmon were running, and they caught a number of the fish but found them so diseased that they were not ed'bile. The party camped near the top., of a mountain. The object of the \ "ff," hunt was to secure an elk. The first evening in camp Mr. Moore, who had cwandered to the nearest clump of woods for a look around, saw what he thought was a packhorse grazing in a clump of bushes. He paid little attention to it and was startled a minute later 'when a huge elk took fright and Algona. galloped away, passing within few feet from him. This was -the only elk anyone in the party saw S. S. that was within gunshot. Two Wild Deer Killed. earthquake, but were unhurt. Mrs. Robison's brother. Dr. Charles Rhodes, died at a hospital at Billings, Mont., March 7. Doctor Rhodes, who was a dentist at Cody, Wyo., was taken to a Billings hospital when he fell sick. New Girl at Stilt/ Home- Mr, and Mrs. For-bus Stiltz, Macon, 111., are parents of a 7%-lb. girl, born Friday. The baby has 'Delores Ellen. The Stiltz family are at the home of a relative, -Mrs. E. W. Keller, and Forbus is employed near there. I'ursons Family to Burt— K. P. Roney moved the Ralph Parsons family to Burt Saturday, Ralph having found employment near there. He had till recently worked for H. E. Ward, north of Elijah Under the Juniper Tree. He read I Kings, 19, and II Kings, 2:11. Anna Ramus and Eunice Thompson, Lu Verne, spent a few days early this week with relatives and friends here. The Henry Scheppmans went to Lake Park, Minn., Friday to visit relatives, returning Sunday. Prank Asa, who recently had an operation at the Kossuth hospital, is at home again. Elsie, Effie, and Ernie Egel, recently spent a few days with relatives at Mankato. Air. and Mrs. William Gronbach are parents of a boy, born late last week. NOTICE OF EETTUTG Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until" iff a. m. April 12th, 1933, for-grading- on 55 miles of local county roads, Involving 367.000 cu. yds. of earth excavation. Bidding blanks and' additional Information may be secured from the office of the county- eng-fneer Algona, Iowa. March 27th, 1^33'. ET. j; BUTLER, County Auditor. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 3711. State of Iowa, Koasuth county, ss. In District Court, March term, 1933. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John W. Harris, deceased, dated January 14, 1933, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 18th day of April, 1933, is fixed fur hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before 'he District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine 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. Wated at Algona, Iowa, March 15, 1933. E. J. McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Greiner, Deputy Shumway & Kelly, .Attorneys. 27-29 Notice is hereby .given that -by virtue of General Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered in said Court on the 27th day of September, 1932, In .favor of Iowa State bank, Algona, Iowa, aa plaintiff, and against Claude Seely, as defendant, for the sum of Twenty- four Hundred Fifteen arid 42/100 ($2415.42) Dollars and costs, taxed at Eighty and 95/100 ($80.96) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Claude Seely to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The East Half (E%) of the Northwest Quar- assistant and his wife is 'hereby 09 ,„ | fixed at $40.00 per month com- Z8 "' J8 menctng April 1st, 1933. Ayes: All. -Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Balgeman that an embargo limiting the maximum gross weight of vehicles and loajs to 6,000 Ibs. shall be in effect upon (NW 1 ^), the Southwest Quar- of the Northeast Quar- NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. 'Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to nie from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 6th day of March, 1933, in favor of The Mutual Bene!it Life Insurance Company, as plaintiff, and against Katie Thilges, also known as Katherine Thilges, and Katherine Thilges, Guardian of Anthony Thilges, Doloris Thilges, Irene TJiilges, Frank Thilges, Alex Thilges, Clarence Thilges and Bernard Thilges, and in rem, as defendants, for the sum of iffteen Thousand One Hundred Sighty-four and 13/100 ($13,184.13) Dollars and costs, taxed at Two ter ter ter (NEM), the North Half (N%) of the Southeast Quarter (SE^4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE}4), one square acre in the Southeast corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE'4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE%) all in Section Eight (8), in Township Ninety-Six (96) North, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5th P. M., containing 141 acres, more or less, according to United States Government Survey thereof; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, .with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 14th day of April, 1933, at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 15th day of March, 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Koasuth County, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Llnnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 28-29 , all county truck roads and local county roads from and after tho 23rd day of March, 1933. Said embargo to be lifted at such time an county engineer deems advisable. Ayes: All. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Funnemark that Mrs. A. B. Jensen be given $500.00 soldiers' exemption for 1932 taxes. Ayes: All. Motion by 1 Helken and seconded by Balgeman that official bond for $500.00 of R. E. Goddard, assessor, Bancroft Inc., Is 'hereby approved. Ayes: All. On motion Board adjourned "Sine Die." E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor. BOSINES! DIRECTOR KOSSUTH Newspaper as- December 81. of March!!, u^ B. Quarton Phone.: 1!ONAB Sullivan"" s'V, ln L.E.L,nnan E " Phones: 9. B. 403. HARRINGTON ft r. P. Harrington Phone*: B. J. TAK KESS, 0. Lawyer SPECIAL REDUCTION on Stromberg Chicks effective April 1, Leghorns, Anconas, $4.60. Reds, Rocks, Wyandottes, $5.50 per 100. Order now. STKOMIJEKG HATCHERY EDO MAAHS, Whtttemore, Iowa. Long's Quality Meat and 0. D. Shumway P n j BHWIWAT * KBU?' Attorneys-at-Law ' Block | •Algona,| . A. AVINlfiT ..,,, Atttorney.,,t.T,u, r Office in Qulnby BulldlJ Phone ISO ' HIIIAM It. WHITE Attorncy-nt'Imir Office over Iowa state 1 Phone 206. Board Proceedings Hundred ?230.46) Thirty Dollars and 46/100 and accruing •ostsv I hare .levied upon the fol- owlng- described real property as he property of the said Katie 'bflgest also known as Katharine Thilges, Anthony Thilges, et al, to atisfy said execution, to-wit: The Vorthwest Quarter of Section- Eigh- een (18), Township Ninety-four 94) North, Range Twenty-nine 29) West of the 6th P. M.; and I will proceed to sell said property, Auditor's Office, March 23, 1933. Board of Supervisors, met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Funnemark and seconded by Heiken that Wm. Goche be refunded the sum of ?1.00 being erroneously taxed by assessor in 1931-and 1932 and county auditor instructed to make' refund. Ayes: All. Motion by Balgeman and seconded by McDonald' that county engineer be instructed' to make a report and survey on secondary gravel road districts-: -N.bs. 21T, 218 220, 222, 224, 22S,, 226, 228, 229, 230, 234, 235, 237,. 23SV 239 241, 242, 243, 245, 246'.. Motion by Funnemark: and seconded by -McDonal'd that refund of $54.16 drainage and $26.47 consolidated tax be made to W. J. Whitcomb because of being erroneously taxed and county auditor instructed to make refund'. AyBsr All. On motion Board! ad'journed to one o'clock p. im. One o'clock p; mv-®oanl of Su- Watcli* our lOc canned goods bins. Something different every day or so. Remember, good brands of groceries are cheap. PERNDELL and BABY STEWART LEADS Phone and.delivery service. Top prices for eggs. MIMEOGRAPHING P. A. Attorney-At-LaiY Office over Iowa State „, Phones: Office, 4GO-J.; Rsjl — DOCTORS ADVANCE <41gona, Iowa JOHN N. KE\ T EFICK Physician anil Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug i Office phone 300 Res. phone 326, • . __ C. H. CRETMIEYEB : Physician and Surgeon Office in John Galbralth Bit Phones: Office, 310; res., j tlgona P. V. JANSE, M. D, Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Slik. Pnones: Office, 666; resldencJ Algona, Iowa —— — _ WALTER FRASER, M, li Physician and Surgeon \ Office in Qulnby Bldg., Rooml Phone No. 12 MELVIN G. BOUBJfE Physician and Surgeon . Office in Postofflce Block I Phones: Office, 197; resident*! READ THE WANT-ADS. Leaving Mr. Moore to look after Tomorrow 'IVifflit— The Star S. S. class will present a program at the church this week Friday evening at S. It was sched- the camp, Mr. Rist and Haggard", ! uled for last Friday evening, with the guide, went over the top!— of the mountain. At the crest they searc-hed with field glasses, and located a group of feeding deer a mile down the slope. They stalked down, and Mr. Rist -saw Uie -head of a duer in a clump but llritt Celebrates Reopening. There was a celebration when the First State bank at Britt -was reopened, and the Rev. B. M. Southgate was one of two pastors who spoke. Governor Hammill also spoke and among other things lau'ded President Roosevelt's masterly handling of the bank situation. DOINGS AT LU VERNE Presbyterian Aid met Friday in-i -of woods, then the ear of another.! stead of Wednesday. Mesdames Mr. Haggard could not locate the j Von Draska, A. Neilson, A. Schi- ear, so lie chose the head that was i showing and Mr. Rist was at the same time to shoot at the ear of the other deer. Botli shot at a count of three bv ' jpull, and Miss Emma Krause were hostesses. The Aid is trying a new plan for selecting hostesses this year. The names of all coun- In'n^'imi T 1 "; t ' 11 ' Llshi1ns soun;i i try members were put in a box and m the underbrush showed that Mr. ' the namea of al i town memhom In T-Io ,,•„•., ,.,1 i it- Risf ', „ n, » ' " imt mourned a wasted shot, but while tho guide and Mr. Haggard U I the names of all town members in •M' 1 - : another. At each meeting one name is drawn from each box to determine who will serve at the ,. . , . , , , , meeting. If the person whose that ho too had shot name is ( i rawn cannot possibly accurately arid had killed his game. 1'rlde Suffers a Full. Pilled with pride over their successful hunt, the pair climbed back serve at that time her name is put back and another drawn. Vera Tiede was home from Ames last week enjoying a vacation. to camp, where, to their chagrin, I 1' ne Progressive Women's club they found that Mr. Moore had ! enjoyed a social afternoon at Dr. A. killed two deer right within sight! 1 '- Spooner's Friday, with all but of the camp. two members present. The club A dinner at the time of this ex-' was divided into groups and orig- pedition which Mr. Rist especially ! i"al drama and games furnished recalled was oaten on the trail and amusing entertainment. Mrs. Wil- included venison, partridges, and ma Mosber gave a reading, -Mrs. ibrook trout, all .with trimmings. Tlu> trio spent ten days in the mountains and then returned train, afetr having been from home a full month. ture of their beards. absent A lea- pictures was full Roof Blaze Extinguished. Neighbors called the fire company to the R. p. N'orton home on east McGregor street Friday morning. Sparks from the chimney had set fire to shingles. The blaze was put out with little damage. The Nortons were at Fort Dodge and Ray Stone played a piano solo, and there was group singing. Refreshments were served. Richard Niver's clarinet solo was adjudged superior at a music con- Mr, and Mrs. Paul Phillips, and Jimmy and John Phillips. Harold Hof, who attends Iowa State college, came last week Tuesday to visit at his brother Ar- [thur Hof's. Last Thursday he and his mother, Mrs. Clara Hof, went to their home at Cedar Falls. Ed Lamb, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., and Mrs. Jesse Hill, Eagle Grove, have been visiting at Clarence Krause's. They are Mrs. Krause's brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert entertained the Progressive Rook club at four tables last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty won the family prize. Mrs. Dick Wermersen left Monday morning for Huron, S. D., to be with her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Dornberger, who is to undergo an operation for goiter. Mrs. R. -L. Corbin was brought home Sunday. Recently she had an operation for appendicitis at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Samuel Steussy returned a week ago Monday from Green City, Mo., where she bad been called by the death of a sister. Clarence, oldest son of Mr. and test at Britt Saturday, and he will j Mrs. William Thompson, is 7iow compete in the next contest 1 at Mason City on April 7-S. His' piano solo also was adjudged excellent. A family dinner was given at the Harold Phillips home Sunday, honoring Mrs. Harold Phillips and Mrs. E. L. Phillips, whose birthdays fell on the 25th and the 26th respectively. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phillips. Gait, and a son, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Phillips. steward at Bishop's Cafeteria No. 2, Sioux City. Feme Barton will represent the high school in a pre-district declamatory contest at Plover April 14. Mrs. J. R. Farrell, Mary, and Jack visited over the week-end at Clarence Trenary's, near Corwith. Maynard Spooner attended a meeting of Equitable Life salesmen at Fort Dodge Friday. 11111111111 "IIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIII I IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiniH Mail a Want to Fill a Want i ,. cir xrr rntr'zz: r.~ •%- -:,—» ~«- <u he same type as the news IB a "want ad.» You "want" to sell asVet.V — ' reBderi " "* ur farm, you « W a»f to take cows to pasture, etc. All such advert"!* L time it as W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0, Osteopathlc Physician and Located in General Hospital] Phones: Office 187, Re«. <!l| B. A. EVANS, K. D. Over Borchardt Drug Phones: Residence 312, offlctj Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. H. H. OLSON Denllgt. Gas or novocalne uaed tot) traction. Located over Chrlatensen I Phones: Business 166, reslden»| Algona, Iowa VETERINARIAN Ii. W. FOX J. B. WlNKEIi Veterinarians West State Street, AlgoMJ Phones: Office, 475-W.; retj i^—^^_—. in • INSURA\CE - ... • KOSSUTH COUNTS' MC INSURANCE ASSOCIAT Over $15,000,000 worth o£ ' In force. A home company. secure. J, O. Paxsoii, T " Only 2c a WorcEaclWeek No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamp,, Ca.h, or Check MUST Accompany Order CLIP THIS FORM ANDFuTlT IN i S Your Name H How many weeks is advertisement to run?. Address. do 10 e,oc k Tue8day Amount enclosed $, yon track orre^ranT^S "ff t0 8Me "' ant column, U tMei ^ ["JSftt*!.^*™^""!* _ 'knew nothing of the fire till that ight when they got home. City Property Loan* Farm I Insurance. Real Batata I CUNNINGHAM * UCl 107 W, State St. Algona,! .. ' • — DIS Sharpen! You will be surprised | cheaply you can get disc sharpened at the T Wood & Iron Works ^ spring. Drop in and a»| our special March prica B. A. 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