Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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, II, iev J. at th * lowfc VnAw th» Act 1879. of Mare" Sfrr H. W. MlltW MI1LEB U4 Algona, Iowa. ftone 460'W. Algona, low* illlvan Llnnan .403. Algona, low* . DICKINSON ^rlngton tu J.DlflWn-w Attorneya-at-Law Office, 28; T. P. H., 441 [NB8S,G.W. 8TILLMAB Lawyers • over Iowa State Bank 10 Algona, Iow« bmway OIWAT a KBILT E. D. K*ll> Algona, low* I.A.WINKEL Alttorneyat-Lnw i in Quinby Building phone 180 •• B. WHITE , "Altorney-at-law i over Iowa State .Bank. Algona, Iowa p. A. DANSON Atlorney-At-Law i over Iowa State Bank ; office, 460-J.; Res. Sll _ DOCTORS f N. KEtf EFICK ana Surgeon s • Hexall Drug Store Office phone 300 • Res, phone 326. H. CRETZMEYEB sician and Surgeon i in John Galbraith Block »:• Office, 310; res., 444 low* . T. JANSE, M. D. 'ilclan and Snrgeon on South Dodge Street Office, 666; residence, Ml Algona, Iowa IUTEB FEASEB, M. D. 'bytlclan and Surgeon e ID Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phohe No. 12 BLTIN 0. BOURNE 'ilclan and Surgeon i In Postoffice Block , Office, 197; residence, SI ',D. ANDREWS, D. O. Physician and Surgco* I in General Hospital. *: Office 187, R<*. 688. , EVANS, M. D. Miorchardt Drug Stare : Residence 312, office M. Algona, Iowa. i DENTISTS H. M. OLSON Dentist. f novocaine used for ex- I over Christensen Store. : Business 166, residence 470 Algona, Inwa VETERINARIANS 1. W. FOX B. M'INKEL Veterinarians '• State Street, Algona 475-W.; res. 475-R INSURANCE H COUNT y MUTUAL ASSOCIATION [15,000,000 U nome worth of insurant company. Sato . , 0. Paxson, Secretary iURANCE ° ver the Insurance Cunning- n» S6rvlce to patrons - We are in Insurance companies its branches in re- at reasonable «« give good teTms it Surety Bonds AGENCY 185 low* ^ PRICE today 4 2 YEARS AGO SECON BAN( A IM.&D, 1ET HELD LU VERNE (Lu Verne, May 16—The second annual mothers and daughters ban- qtiet given !by the Methodist Aid took place last week Wednesday evening at the city hall. Eighty- four women and girls were seated at long tables centered with bouquets of spring flowers, and a two- course dinner prepared by Aid members was served by the young men of the Sunday school class taught by John Brink. Mrs. .Herbert Smith, president of the Aid, was toastmlstress for the following program between courses and after dinner: "Welcome to Our Daughters, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. Music, girls' small group led by Mrs. Opal Morrison. 'Response to Welcome, Our Mothers, Kate Skinner. •Saw solo, Mother Machree, Irene Swenson. Vocal solo, Mother Love, Norma Partridge. Musical reading, An Old-Fashioned Picture, Bernice Swenson. Music, girls' small group. Assembly singing. Club Profrrnm Features Muale— •A program on music was given at a meeting of the J. J. club at Mrs. J. L. Lichty's Friday. Each member gave her favorite old-time song in response to roll call. Then there was a music-memory contest, and games about music were conducted toy Mrs. Wm. Heftl and Mrs. Charles Wolf. Mrs. Hefti and Helen Hetti gave a humorous skit, Sparkling Peggy Jane, and :Ruth and Phyllis Uchty played a violin cello duet. The last meeting of the year will be held at the home of the new president, Mrs. L. Eustace, May 26. Commencement Next Tuesday— The commencement program will (be given next Tuesday night at the high school gymnasium: Invocation, the Rev. William Baddeley; music, girls' Glee club; address, The Community and Citizens of Tomorrow, President Hamilton, of the Mason City business college; music, grades mixed chorus; presentation of class and diplomas; benediction, the Rev. D. iLang. There will be no admission charge, and the program will start at 7:45. Eight Attend Y. P. S. Social- More than 80 persons attended a Y. P. S. social in the Lutheran church 'basement last week Tuesday night. After business, the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg continued a study of the Book of Revelations. Then a play, Economical Boomerang, was given by Sylvia Becker, Anna •Frost, Florence Hinz, Lawrence Grpnbach, Orville Ramus, and Henry Zweifel, Florence Hinz was hostess for the evening. Laura Engle Is Bride—• Announcements have been received of the marriage of Laura Engel to A. F. Zweifel last week Tuesday at Fort Dodge. The Rev. A. G. Peterson, former (Methodist pastor here, performed the ceremony, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach were attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Zweifel will live on the old Zweifel homestead, where the bridegroom has spent most of his life. Lu Vern» Girl in Velshea— Among iLu Verne people who attended parts of the Veishea at Ames last week were Bernice Swenson, Wllma (Mosher, and George Tiede. Vera Tiede, third- year student at Iowa State college, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA Is Presented l ]by Good Hope Aid Women uoon nope, May 16 A play, The Sewing Society, presented by the Good Hope Aid n JloC Wednesday'evening, drew an T prcciatiye audience of 125 peopi^ i ne cast included Mesdames Tom Held, w. J. Bourne, James Knoll Out t St ° lnman ' D - c - Gardner! Orlin Hutledge, Nathan Parr^Arle' Dittmer, and Edith Bates, Viola smith, Margaret Dodds, and Martha Madson. In addition to the Play, features were: a piano solo, Mrs. Earl Stelnman; accordion solo, Durwood McArthur; Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom at the piano- vocal duet, Mrs. Arie Dittmer 'and Viola Smith; reading, Bernice •Dodds. Plans to repeat the play at Whittemore are in progress. — . Aid Entertains Whittemore Aid— The Whittemore Methodist Aid was entertained last Thursday by the Good Hope Aid at the parsonage here, and DO local members and guests attended. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Burt, helped with the program, the former conducting devotions, and the latter giving the address of the afternoon. Violin music <by Marilda Pratt, Burt, was a delightful addition. She was accompanied by Vera Chipman. Mrs Arie Dittmer and Viola Smith sang. Among out of town guests were Mrs. Yopp, Burt, and a granddaughter. Repairs at Treptow Farm— For several weeks Mrs. William Treptow has had men at work on her farm making much needed repairs to fences, cutting out trees, etc. "Eph" Stuart, Burt, has been there steadily, and has been assisted by other help. The last two weeks Mr. Polhemus, Burt, has been working with him, and while he was handling heavy timber, one of his fingers was rather badly smashed. Roy Lowman Death Mourned — This community is greatly grieved over the death of Roy Lowman 'Friday. He grew up here, and was NEWLYWEDS ARE NONCHALANT OVER WEDDING AT UNION Union Twp., May 16 — The A .B. Schencks were interested in an Advance front-page story of the marriage of John R. Stover, of Thompson, and Josephine S. Green, of Ames, last week Monday at Justice Danson's office. Mr. Stover is the Winnebago county agent, and he was at the Schenck farm only ten days ago for a truckload of soybeans which he purchased for farmers in his county. 'He returned last week Monday forenoon, accompanied by the young woman to whom he was married and purchased 12 additional bushels. He said he would came back after dinner for the beans, casually stating highly respected. With his famil he moved to the Lowman fan some months after the death of h mother. (Funeral services were hel at the Baptist church, Algona, Sur day. Pastors to Trade I'ulplts— An exchange of pulpits has bee arranged for by the Rev. J. E. Cli ton, Burt, and the Rev. A. H. Woo< Good Hope, next Sunday. Mr. Cli ton will preach at the usual hou at Whittemore and Good Hope, an the Rev. Mr. Wood will do th same at Burt. „ Schools Day Next Week- Preparations for the annual ot servance of Rural Schools day ar going ahead in the schools of th township, and the program proir ises to be of unusual interest. Th date is next week Friday. M. & D. Club Meets Today The Union Mothers & Daughter club is to be entertainsd this wee Thursday by Mesdames ' W. 'Bourne and Tom Held at th Bourne home. Other Good Hope. Observation of Mothers day las Sunday brought out good-size congregations at 'both Whittemoi and Good Hope. At Whittemore M and Mrs. Frank Kelly were receh ed Into the church by letter ( transfer from the Giard Methodis church, McGregor. Mr. Kelly station agent at Hobarton. 1 Dr. Ralph Weber, Bancroft, an Julia Bourne were at Ames Sa'u day, returning Sunday. Both at former Ames students, and wei down to attend the annual Vei< shea celebration. Juia Bourne accompanied he brother, Dr. M. G. Bourne, to De Moines last Thursday. The doctc attended a state medical conver tion. The Frank Kellys, Hobarton, ha a visit from Mr. and Mrs. H. ] Patton and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Pa ton, all of Hartley, Sunday. Martha Madson is helping Mrs. John Reid's this week. 1 La Verne The Roy Peitzkes, Webster Clt spent Mother's day with the mot ers on .both sides, Mrs. H. E. Pelt ke and Mrs. H. Brummond. Mr Brummond also had -as guests h< sons William and Herman, Kai awha, and their families. Mrs. Dick Wermersen was calle to Huron, S. D., Sunday by nev that her daughter, Mrs. Wayr Dornberger, was worse and wou] have another operation Monday ( Tuesday. Mesdames William Baddeley, j L. Spooner, O. S. Lund, W. F. Got frey, and H. C. Allen attended W. H. M. S. convention at Esthe ville last week Tuesday. Editor H. B. Coleman and Lindebak took Mr. Coleman's motl er to Waterloo Saturday to visit flail prVl f OT» uaugULtJi * The Charles Boyles, Fort Dodg spent Mother's day with Mr Boyle's mother, Mrs. Harry Vo nrnclrn J. BANCROFT TO ORGANIZE NEW JUNIOR TEAM (Bancroft, May 16—Members of McKlnnon post of the 'Legion met Monday evening last week at the bank, and decided to organize a Junior league 'ball team and furnish the boys with new uniforms and equipment. The post sponsored a Junior league team here In 1931 and 1932. Plans for the annual Memorial day program were made. The Rev. M. A. SJostrand, pastor of the local Immanuel Lutheran church and the Algona First Lutheran, will give an address at the Forester hall, and both schools will participate In the program. The Legion here Is most active. It owns the dance pavilion, and every Wednesday, evening a dance Is held. .Last week 142 couples paid admissions. Cec Hurst, Mankato, plays this week, and next week Al Menke and His Gang, of Fairmont, will furnish the music. Raymond Bcckncr's Wife Here— (Mrs. Raymond Beckner, o£ 'Los Angeles, arrived last Thursday from Washington, D. C., to visit her'husband's mother, Mrs. Blanch Beckner, a month. The young Mrs. Beckner's husband, who Is attending a fire-control school at Washington, Is in the U. a. navy. After the school closes In the second week in June he .will come here, and he and his wife will then drive to their home In California. Mrs. Beckner drove here from Washington alone, and It took her less than three days. B. at J. took a leading part In Vagabond me nt. King Friday night, and also played for his car then. The couple returned shortly before 4 p. m., and then started homeward with bean •bags inside their two-door sedan, along the fenders, and on the front bumper. They did not share their big news with the Schencks, but the latter were not at all surprised to read the marriage announce- in vaudeville last Thursday evening. Seniors Give Class Play— The senior play, In the Good Old Summer Time. Friday evening was a success. There was a larger audience than ever before, and $78 was taken in for admissions. Between act skits were The Girl in the Little Green Hat, An Old Fashioned Garden, and the Shuffle Chorus. Opal Morrison was director. Party Honors Mrs. Jno. Rnmus— A birthday surprise party was given for Mrs. John Ramus. last week Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wer- mersen. The afternoon was spent at Rook, Mrs. Cecil Williams winning the high score, Mrs. P. C. Lichty, low. Mrs. Harold Burtis, Corwith, was an out-oftown guest. Junior C. E. Entertains Mothers— The Junior Christian Endeavor entertained the mothers Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church, Invitations were prepared by a committee, and 12 mothers attended. Burnell Wegner, president, conducted a program. Miss Murray and Mrs. F. I. Chapman have charge of the Junior C. E. Memorial Day Plans Laid— A May meeting of the Cemetery association was held last Thursday at Mrs. F. I. Chapman's, 25 members and guests 'attending. Plans were laid for Decoration day, ana The with other business was discussed. June meeting will be held Mrs. B. Voss. Needle Breaks In Hand- Mrs, F. I. Chapman suffered painful accident last week Wednesday, when she ran a needle into trie palm of her right hand and It broke off. She was taken to 'Fort Dodge, where using a floroscope, Doctor Gorbin located the broken part and removed it. Mothers' Jewels Meet Saturday— . 'Seventeen "Mother's Jewels' and a number of the mothers attended a meeting at the leader, Mrs. H. C. Allen's Saturday,. and following a program there was a play period. Mrs. Arthur Kamus helped entertain. Returned to lu Verne— Members and friends or Evangelical church are glad earn that the Rev. D. Lang to nas >een returned by the conference. Other tv Verne News. Wanda QtodxJard was .seven Monday, and after school playmates were entertained at a party at her Lome. Forreet Raaey went to Relntoclt to work lor ale brptaer-in- Party Honors Maxine Kearns— Mrs. E. E. Kearns entertained at a surprse party last week Monday evening in honor of her daughter Maxine's 13th birthday. Guests included Ruth Thompson, Phyllis Brook, Maxine Schenck, Burt, Jeanne Devine, Dorothy Alt, Dorothy Ward, Pearl Alt, No. 4 schoolmates; also Mrs. Claude Hain, Mrs. Kenneth Brayton, and members of the Herman Dau family, with whom the Kearns live. Mrs. Kearns is a daughter of Mrs. Dau. Games filled the after school hours and were followed by dinner. The guests presented gifts to the honoree. Dorothy Ward stayed over night with Pearl Alt. Kural Schools Day Planned— Union township's eighth annual rural schools day will be held at Good Hope next week Friday. Competitive athletic events will fill the forenoon program and be followed by picnic dinners. A program, with graduation exercises for eighth grade pupils and the recognition of prize-winners will follow. School exhibits previously arranged and judged will be on display in the community room of .the church. Man for No. 4 School- Edward G. Elam, Van Wert, will teach the No. 4 school next year He has taught a Decatur county rural school two years and expects to receive a bachelor's degree at the close of this year's Cornell college summer session. He plans to bring his family, consisting of a wife and a 6-year-old son. Other Union News. 'Sunshine since Saturday has changed the outdoor world. Leaves on the trees have grown remarkably. The planting season for corn is here, and the farmers have forgotten about the depression and anticipated government aid. Gertrude Sage-Ackerman and her pupils will picnick in near-by woods this week Tuesday. Preschool pupils of the district will be guests. Maxine Kearns spent Saturday and Sunday with Maxine Schenck, Burt. Algonians at Britt Hear Radio Pastor An audience of 760 to 1000 heard the Rev. R. R- Brown, Omaha radio preacher, speak in behalf of the 18th amendment at the Britt high school auditorium last week Monday evening. The Rev. B. M. iSoutbgate was platform jnanager. Before ^beginning 'his address Mr. Brown asked lor the names ol towns represented In the audience, and there were ware than 20, In- cludKng Algpn* ftna Wesley, Cresco M. C, Worster has been under a doctor's care since Friday morning because of blood-poisoning in his left hand, which was punctured by a wire while he was working on his car last week Wednesday. The hand was lanced Sunday. (Frank Goodrich died Saturday night at the county farm, and burial was made Monday at Elmore, his old home. Corn-planting began full Wast Monday, after two days of ideal weather. Some corn planted ten days ago, previous to the wet spell, is reported germinating and not in bad condition. A number of farmers are seeding _sudan and other grass. Oats are looking fine. Mrs. Fred Parks attended the funeral of C. R. Smith last Thursday at Lakota, and Mrs. Henry Guderian, Algona, accompanied her. St. John Seniors Give Play— The large auditorium at St. John's was crowded Sunday evening, when the play Speeding Along was presented by the seniors. This is a three-act comedy. In the cast were Antoinette !Hart, Frank Brink, Edmund Ford, Dorothy Schlltz, Janet Miller, Celeste Trenary, Bernard Dahlhauser, Emmet Devine, Agnes Schiltz, Eileen Walsh, Mildred -Deitering, Charles Quinn, iLu- cille Dyer, Richard Welp, Paul Simmons, and Edward Mescher. Three Off for Auto Jaunt- Monica Baker accompanied her cousin, !Leo Plunkett, Rochelle, 111., and his niece, Margaret' Plunkett, Eagle Grove, on a ten days sightseeing trip to Port Arthur and Port Williams, Canada. They left Sunday afternoon. Monica is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, and Mr. Baker is a partner in Williams & Baker, barbers. Mrs. Bergman's Birthday Observed A number of friends and relatives were entertained at Amos Bergman's Sunday, as it was Mrs. Bergman's birthday. Among those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Beckner, Carlyle's brother Billie, Mrs. Amy Johnson, two daughters, Lena Bergman, and Ed Granger, Algona, and Lawrence Bergman, Emmetsburg. Couple Married at Ledyard— Andrew, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs, John Karels, north of town, and Viola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cushman, were married a week ago Saturday at 'Ledyard by the Rev. A. A. Depping. Minnie Karels, sister of the groom, and Harold Cushman, brother of the bride, were witnesses. Burned Crlrl Resumes Work- Margaret Schiltz has resumed her duties at the Farmers & T raders Savings bank. She was badly burned about the legs and feet on the evening of April 19, when celluloid sheeting in the bottom of a car in which she was riding caught fire. For three weeks she could not stand on her feet. Group Attends W. M. S. Convention The Lutheran Aid met last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Peter Johnson's". The Woman's Missionary society of the Northwestern (Sioux City) district meets this week at Swea City, and there will be a large delegation of women from here. Mrs. Doyle Is Grandmother- Mrs. Imelda Doyle received word last week Tuesday of the arrival of a son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'R. J. Schwartz, Prairie du Sac, Wis. Mrs. Schwartz, who was Mary Doyle before marriage, Is the only daughter of Mrs. 'Doyle. Fishermen Are Active Here—The Rev. J. F. Schultes and Arthur Merrill went to Spirit Lake to fish (Monday. Bill Janvrln. left at 2 a. m. Monday for Spirit Lake, and at noon was displaying fine fish on the street here, among them some pike. Bank Building Is Sanded— The front of the bank building was sanded last week, and the stone Inthe postoffice building was sanded Monday. This makes the •buildings look like new. Physics Class to Algona— The physics class of the high school went to Algona Friday with Supt. Hart to visit the Algona high school. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Andy McGulre, Primghar, and her daughter came Sunday evening to visit the C. J. Stauders, till Monday, when Mrs. McGuire's sister, Mrs. Kate Bolster, went home with them for a several weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanson and a daughter arrived Saturday from I Omaha for several days with, Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. €. P. Hanson. Frank is an engineer in the employ of the Bell Telephone company. The Charles Fox family spent last Thursday at Ledyard with Mrs. Fox's folks, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Barslou, and attended graduation exercises of Mrs. Fox's sister Irma at Ledyard that evening. Mrs. (Blanche Beckner, daughter Grace, and the former's daughter- in-law, Mrs. Raymond Beckner, spent the week-end at Webster City at Orvll Knoll's. Mrs. Knoll is a sister of Mrs. Beckner. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Theis, of Oelwein, and two daughters visited at the H. E. Theis home Sunday, and that afternoon both Theis families drove to Spirit Lake to visit the B. E. Chapins. Mr. and Mrs. Tony .Nemmers, of Cheyenne, Wyo., arrived one day last week for a couple of weeks with the former's mother, Mrs. Theo. Nemmers. The children of Mr. and Mrs. John Karels spent Sunday at the Heiko Karels home south of Al- pona. Heiko is an uncle of the children. iDr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and their daughter Joan visited the Doctor's folks at <Le Mars from Saturday till Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Carstensen and her daughter, Mrs. Ole McGee, of iFair- mont, spent Saturday at Tom Jacobson's. • Mrs. Bert Quinn was sick early In the week. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolf. Kenneth Ditsworth left last Thursday for Canton, O., to visit an uncle, Louis Gilbertson. Evert McCoy, Britt, spent Friday and Saturday here with Kenneth McGuire. Grocery Store Closed. O. J. Stephenson, former district court clerk, later an Algona business man, and his son Kenneth have closed a. grocery store which they had for some years conducted at Fenton. BLOOM'S REMOVAL SALE NOW GOING ON Entire stock must be sold before we move to our new location. Here is just a few of our Specials for the last few days of our removal sale. Men's union suits, 75c value . 89c Men's and boys' dress shoes, pair $1.00 Children's school oxfords and-straps, $2 values $1 pr. One lot children's school shoes, pair 50c Children's unionalls —_ 89c Boys' and men's khaki pants, pair - 45c Men's and boys' dress pants 98c 250 yards challie and cambric, percales, yard lOc Men's shirts, child's union suits, choice 25c 300 yards pongee tub silks, woolens, rayon, choice, yard 15c Men's $1.00 broadcloth .shirts , 45c 1 lot of men's and boys' tennis shoes, pair 45c Entire stock of ladies summer hats, $2.00 values -77c Men's dress caps, 75c values ^45c Boys' overalls, sizes up to 16 89c P. G. Soap, 10 bars 98c Men's knee boots, while they last, pair $1.45 BLOOM'S STORE This is our last week in our old location, LOWEST TIRE PRICES OF ALL, times—at Gamble's May sale. 2 first line tires and 2 tubes $5.95 to $11.40. Guaranteed 1,2,000 miles. 23-36 Opportunity Opportunity often comes in the door that a fellow did not know he left open. Call It luck or foresight or whatever you want to, just so you take advantage of It. 1 have been lucky in placing orders before the price raise and my good luck makes an opportunity for you to supply your wants at old prices. We have on hand about $18,000.00 worth of shoes and furnishings and have orders placed with the factories for over $10,000.00 more yet to be delivered at old prices. There will be no raise In price at Neville's Shoe Store for as long as $28,000.00 worth of goods lasts. Shoes have already gone up 10c to 15e a pair, with another raise coming June 1. Cotton goods have gone up and still going higher. So now Is the time to supply your wants. I never again expect to sell shoes, hose, underwear, shirts, pants, overalls, and furnishings as cheap as we are selling them right now. We are selling lots more shoes this year than we did last year. Opportunity has walked in our front door this year with some wonderful .buys. These lucky buys have been passed on to our customers as bargains, such, as the beautiful pumps and ties that -we are handing out at $1.98. These slippers sell themserves. One woman tells another. Women from Spencer, Laurens, Fort Dodge, Garner, Blue Earth, have either driven to Algona or sent for these slippers. Our men's $1.00 work shoe Is the best shoe I ever sold for $1.00 in all my life of retailing shoes. Our men's oxfords at '$1.49, $1.98, $2.48, and $2.98 are real bargains that can not be equalled In the State or Iowa. Our children's slippers and oxfords for boys and girls in all sizes at %c a pair are real values. Ladies' pure silk full-fashioned hose that will slenderize your ankle and flatter your legs at 39c 49c, and 59c. ' Beautiful rayon hose at 2 pair for 26c. Men's sox, fancy or plain colors, at 5c a pair These are all new this year's goods, standard quality, and up-to-date in style and finish. •Now is the time to ibuy and save money. Times are changing. We are on the up grade. This man, Roosevelt is doing things. When he was elected I was wishing he had the courage of old Teddy, but say this bird has more guts than Teddy ever had. He is not afraid of any of them.. No one has any strings on Franklin. Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. Notice In agreement with other Kossuth banks th£ Iowa State bank will observe Monday, May 22, as a holiday to enable the employes to attend the banker's conference at Storm Lake. Iowa State Bank \ Clean Cotton Rags Wanted DUCTION *?wii5s:r ON AH MOPE is t l * Cf BI * IT J Never before have you been offered Maytag quality at kj£!£^ such sensationally low prices. Never before has such an opportunity been offered you to give your budget the benefit of Maytag economy—with such a small initial invest* I meftt * • Come in today and learn what a small down 5Q payment will put a Maytag in your home. THE MAYTAG COMPANY *TO» Newton, IQW»> now only ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION INCORPOBATBD 1917 Authorized Capital S^ock, f 1,000,000.00 Never paid less than 7 per cent on installment stock or 6 per cent on paid-up atocji:, ASSETS QVER i FvOj tororw.tJla* on regu.ee*. * g. ^ y^ 14BSH& 213 E. State Street BJUSTROM'S Phone 520

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