K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE]. ALOONA. IOWA Church Reception Is Given at Good Hope RALLY DAY IS HELD SUNDAY AT LONE ROCK Jjon& Rock, Oct. 3—(Rally and Promotion day exercises were held at the church Sunday; program: >song, audience; A Convincing . _..„.- f , „— Welcome, Claude Whitehill; Cradle' ferance - Monday evening the peo- noon. Mrs. Kesler was a pioneer of JUNE WEDDING ANNOUNCED BT FENTON YOUTH iFenton, Oct. 3-nNews has leaked Roll recognition service, (Lillian Angus. Etta Elaine Rath, (Dorothy 'Lyda Swan, and Betty Marie Shaser are new members of the cradle roil; a brief speech was given by Joan Mynn; Cradle Roll ode. m'Song by primary and beginners classes; promotion exercises—pro- Good Hope, Oct. 3— The 'Rev. Al-, pective friends of the church who len Wood, Good Hope pastor, re- j are not vet formal members. turned Sunday from Humboldt' Baffle Pioneer is Dead- ^ eM6n net 3-nNews has leaked where he head been during the pre-, Charles Kesler attended the fun- ou^of the mkrr^r of GerCd ceding days, in attendance on BOMeral of an aunt, Mrs. Frank'Kesler, Ut ot the marnage of Gerhard sions of the (Northwest Iowa Con- of Eagle township Friday after- ferance. Monday evening the peo- noon. Mrs. Kesler was a pioneer of pie of the charge gathered at the that neighborhood, and- died of a church, where a reception was ten- heart atack. She was 76 years old. dered to Mr. and Mrs. Wood in The Rev. H. B. Mitchell conduct- honor of their return for another ed the funeral survices in the Cen- year. Arthur Cruikshank spoke ter Chain church and burial was kindly sentiments for the people of made at Armstrong Grove ceme- the parish, and responses from the tery. pastor and his wife followed. A iffioted to"beginners class: Freder-'generous contribution of good ick John Rath. Evelvn Ellen <Swan. i things for the parsonage food re- I ick John Rath, Evelyn Ellen Swan, Norma Irene Fechter, and Gene-i 3erves waa a heart warming fea- . . vtevo Thomson; Cradle Roll cate- ture of the festivities. The affair ohism, Junior girls; promotion pro- was a complete surprise to Other Good Hope. Mrs. August Doering, Alice, Tex., gram. lers ing. They were parsonage folk and is greatly char- " f,V,i ne f llwepe TJ ishfid as » mnHfp a H,Mn« ^c .*(,» „»„_ VlSltmg the World's home after . Song, Come to Church, beginners i*hed as a manifestation of the peo- ,j __ ; _____ _, ______ „.'.•».?_- __ ., n p.'s ^atPAtr. nnri b-inrino.,., and kindness. and primary classes; scripture and P' e>s I>fayer, Qupt. L. B. Hollister; A !0 . , _, . . ' .. Little Girl's Piece, Ruth Ellen 8ocial *Tents at Church- Householder; song and exercise, Two social affairs of inerest at How Firm a Foundation, Junior 'the Good Hope Community Room ..,,„,. _..„..„„„ .„„ lc girls; recitation, Church Workers,''last week were Sunday school last f fr L™ Tt Hmr,hni,if Harold Nelson; Never Afraid, Har- '"»'—'•"' — *'•' ' ™ rance « Humboldt old Padgett, Gordon Wegener, Mar- tives in Minnesota. The Deorings formerly owned the present William Turner farm and were loyal workers in the Good Hope church. W. J. Bourne and P. A. McAr- aUended th Hantelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and popular mechanic at the Goetsch garage. The event took place June 28, but he had managed to keep it from friends till announcement 'Was made a week ago in the Graettinger Times. The bride, Edna Westfall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Westfa.ll, Graettinger, is a gradr nate of the Graettinger high school. The pair were married at Sleepy Eye, Minn., by the Rev. William C. Albrecht, Lutheran pastor. Members of the Priscilla club at Graettinger gave a kitchen shower in the bride's honor at the home of her parents last week Tuesday. Four-H Club Meets Saturday— The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday with June Weisbrod, Thursday an Aid group compri- __ «lng most of the members, spent con- 11 tending. Girls Glee Club Organized- Mrs. Viola Bishop, school music instructor, has organized a girls' glee club. The personnel is: sopranos, Evelyn iBierstedt, Ruby Cherland, Imogene Roderick, Margaret Householder, Sara Whitehill, shall Milligan; song, Jesus is the the .afternoon at games and'heard Children's Friend, beginners and primary classes. iRecitation, study, .Dorothy Jensen; play, Do It Gladly, Mary Jane and Eugenia Mae Hofius; exercise, A Good Example; recitation. Happiness, Helen Jensen; song, In the Garden, Junior girls; recitation, It's a Fact, Catherine Mae Householder; presentation of diplomas, Supt. L. B. Hollister; announcements and offering; exercise, Come Again; closing prayer, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone. i. Presley fair was arraigned by Mrs. Bourne and Mrs. Henry Engstrom, captains of the losing side. Saturday a group of children met for a similiar party at the same place under the direction of their department leaders. Rally Month in October— The new church year on the Good Hope-Whittemore appointment promises to be an exceedingly busy one.. Plans already made and in the making at both points give promise of constructive accomplishments. Among those already launched is the setting aside of October as a rally month in all departments. Next Sunday is Aid Day, . - . • I r-~ .-w. AIWAV ^jv*4*v*i*j JO .CXiU ±JUJ . Lucille Nelson, Pearl Wiener, De-j October 15. Sunday School- Octob- lina Rogers, Shirley Marlow, Grace er 22, Church members; and pros- Newbrough; altos, Muriel Long, (Dorothy Bierstedt, Margaret Gladstone, Coila Jane Hollister, Dorothy Burt, and Dorothy Dacken. Mite Society Meets Thursday— The Mite society met last Thursday at Mrs. A. A. Krueger's, Mrs, W. C. Heiter, hostess. Scripture was read by Mrs. Krueger, and waa followed by the Lord's prayer. Mrs. I. W. Nelson read two selections, Mrs. C. Madison conducted study on What, when, and where to read the Bible. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, assisting. Surprise for Viola Bierle— ''Attending a surprise birthday party at Charles Bierle's Friday evening in honor o£ Viola Bierle were: Myrtle and Samuel Orvick, Lucille and Raymond Nelson, Pearl and Jerold Wiener, Leon .Larson, (Harold Farris, Eugene Blanchard, •Marvin and Muriel Ackerson, Mur- iei and Tommy Long, Irene Whitford, and Russell Bierle. Ninety^Seeond Birthday Observed— propriate to the special day. It is asked of the various organizations' •that 'they make an especial effort to get 100 per cent attendance on the special days allotted to them. Of course all others will be welcome. Plan to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz, Primghar, long-time friends of the W. J. Bournes, were over-night guests at the Bourne home Monday. Betty, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom, is making rapid recovery from a serious illness of two weeks. Mrs. 'Frank Kelly returned Monday from Beulah, where she had gone to attend the funeral of an old friend. (Roll call was on favorite LAKOTA CLUB HAS 50-YEAR ISTYLES SHOW Lakpta, Oct. 3— The Acorn club held its annual Guest day with Mrs. O. H. Frerking Thursday afternoon, with 21 members present, and each brought a guest. The program consisted of group singing, two numbers by the sextette — coin- posed of Mesdames William Turley, Harvey Johnson, F. O. Johnson, F. Schroeder, Robert Williams, and R. Hamquist. A style show of garments dating from 1880 to 1933 on living models was the main feature. Mrs. F. O. Johnson played music appropriate to the age of the gowns. Mrs. H. H. Murray wore an ensemble from 1880, followed by a modern even/Mrs. Watson Shick entertained Sunday in honor of her father, , Charles Lingenfelter, -92. Guests: ess ' , , were the Irvin Trendies and the | »£?*£' S , U * Walter Woldbys, all near Hampton. 'Mrs. Trendle is Mr. Lingenfelter's ing dress worn by Mrs. Grabau. Mrs. Hamquist wore a black -- •*•*•**•». vell> and carried a s were worn in 1890. Schroeder wore a beau- sllk dre8S - elaborately . . r • j. granddaughter, and she presented truumed ' ln soutache braid and ! wore an en ormous -black hat with a long ostrich plume. Mesdauies Doris Ukena and Harvey Johnson represented grandfather and grandmother and sang a duet. him with a birthday cake. Quilt Show is Planned— A guest at H. E. Micka's last week Monday and Tuesday was F. „ .. M. Whitney, Eagle Grove, last I. Mrs - Murray wore an 1890 bath- Thursday. Mrs. Amy Mangold, of Ringsted, was a guest, and Mrs. E. G. Rich, Fairmont, spent Saturday and Sunday there. Girl's Birthday is Observed— 'Lola Marlow entertained in honor of her birthday Friday evening. and Evelyn Householder, Attending: Dorothy Bierstedt, Margaret , Kathryn Stebritz, June Bierle, and taiogene Roderick, Other Lone Rock. GuedU at N. L. Cotton's Saturday were: Mrs. Cotton's cousin, T. R. Williams, William Williams, sister •Bess, and a Miss Anderson, all of Rochester, Minn. Other guests Sunday were R. T. Angus and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. In the afternoon the guests and Mr. Cotton drove to West Bend to see the Grotto of the Redemption, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl, Superior, spent the week-end at William Krause's, and the Clifford Meyers', Corwith, spent Sunday there. Helen Clayton, Charles City, who had been with the Meyers, accompanied them here. Guests at Carl Ewoldt's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Reno Ortman, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, Lotts Creek, Jessie Smith, and Elva and Ella Ewoldt, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton La Bar, of Austin, Minn., arrived Sunday to visit the latter's sister, Mrs. Hugh Marlow, and father, William Cameron. Mr. La Bar went back Monday. IMr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter and iMrs. E. M. Hawks attended a party at Livermore a week ago Sunday in honor of Rudolph Schrieber's 89th birthday at Mrs. David Looge's. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter, daughter Harriet, Mrs. Frank Kuhn, Mrs. Albert Thompson, daughter Donna, spent Sunday at the Grotto at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helgason, of Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. William Helgason, Wallingford, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Mrs. Fred Willret, Algona, daughter Elsie and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, daughter Lillian, and son Earl were Sunday dinner guests of the •Frank Flaigs. Mr. and (Mrs. Fred Flaig, Lillian. Aekerrnan, and Mrs. L. R. Roderick spent last Thursday at Mason City. Mr. Flaig attended a welding demonstration. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. John iFlynn, Mra. E. M. Jensen, and Mrs. William Krause spent Friday afternoon with Mra. Clifford Meyer, Corwith. sir. and Mrs. Clifford Knute, Mrs. Darltuo Broadie, and a IMr. Mich- ing suit of bloomers, long skirt, stockings, shoes, and cap, and Beth Hamquist wore .the modern bathing suit. Mrs. Grabau showed a bride's traveling suit of 30 years ago, and •Mrs. Williams a brown satin afternoon dress of 25 years ago. Mrs. Woodworth modeled a beautiful white wedding dress, head dress and veil of a bride of 30 years ago, and her flower girl was Judith Schroeder. Mrs. Art Schissel wore her modern wedding dress of cream satin, and /Dorothy Woodworth was the modern flower girl. The gowns modeled were, lovely and much interest was shown in the style show. Pictures of the modeled gowns were taken as worn, after the show, and lunch was served. Out-of- town guests were Mrs. H. E. Harvey, Mrs. Ralph Olson, Ledyard, and Mrs. Emily Gutknecht, of Coli- fornia. WHlard Hell's Eyes Injured— The Rev. and Mrs. Willard Bell called on friends here last week, coming from Humboldt, where they were attending Conference. They are caring for a charge at Oto, in Woodbury county, and are enjoying their work there. They returned to Oto for another year. Willard is a graduate of the Lakota high school and of Morningside college. He attended Asbury college two years before going to Morningside. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, are fanning near Zearing, but Mr. Bell spent a number of weeks in a hospital this summer suffering with ulcers of the eyeballs. His sight was badly impaired, but is somewhat improved and he can see again, but wears dark glasses and can use his eyes only part of the time. The (Bells formerly lived Just east of Lakota. Attend Buffalo Center Party- Mr, and Mrs. E. R. Worley, Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. B . J. Woodworth, Mrs. Maud Hamilton, Mrs. Oran OTCeefe, and Helen Awe went to Buffalo Center Thursday evening to attend an Eastern Star party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson's 20th wedding anniversary. A mock wedding with gpwns of 20 years ago was given, after which a wedding supper was served. A program was given after supper, and they were presented with a piece of china. Pastor's Family in Visit— The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey and son visited at J. H. Warburton's last week Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Harvey went to Humboldt to attend the conference. Mrs. Harvey and H. E. Jr. stayed here till Sunday, and the Rev. Mr. Harvey came Saturday afternoon and took his family to 'Humboldt Sun- charge at Rowan next year, with Latimer as a second charge. Lelyard F. B. Entertained— Mrs. (Ernest Wortman, assisted by Mesdames Frank Lewis, Art Anderson, and Clifford Freeark, will entertain the Ledyard township Farm Bureau Friday. The annual election of officers will be held. Ledyard township women did cred- itible work last year. Mrs. John Heetland is chairman. Shower Honors Bertha Jfitz A miscellaneous shower was- given at A. L. Nitz's a week ago Saturday in honor of Bertha Nitz, who will be married to Howard Jensen this week. Bertha is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz. Jfew Electric Manager Here— B. Gustafson is the new manager for the Interstate Electric company. The family is living in Mrs. Minnie Thaves house, vacated by the Gillians, the former manager. Other Lakota News. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar drove to Fort Dodge last week to visit Mrs. Ray Bargar and daughter, who are still in the hospital from effects of the car accident in which Ray Bargar was killed. The Presbyterian Sunday school gave a Rally day program at the church Sunday evening. A splendid program of recitations, exercises, vocal solos, duets, and a flag drill was given. Mrs. H. E. Harvey and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. (H. Warburton, .the Rev. and Mrs. Willard Bell and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson were guests at E. R. Worley's last week Wednesday. 'Mrs, F. O. Johnson went to Des Moines to spend the week-end with relatives. The Rev. Mr. 'Johnson attended Conference at Humbol'dt. Mrs. Ted Collinson, who recently underwent an appendicitis operation at the hospital in Estfrerville, came home last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith spent last week at Chicago attending the world's fair. They went via train from Algona. Dick Dontje, youngest son of Henry Dontje Sr., and And'rae Hbn- ken were married at Blue Earttc last week. Mrs. A. Q. Smith, lay delegate' from the Methodist church, attended the -Conference at Humboldt Thursday. Henry, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs-.. Frank Dontje, had an operation for appendicitis a weefc ago and is recovering. Lakotans are pleased that the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson were sent back to the Lakota-Ledyard 1 charge. Mrs. Guy Beemer was hostess to the Priscilla club last weefc Wednesday. Gene, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Roelfsema, was ill with the CTu last week. books. A summary of the 1934 project was given, and bulletins for the music memory contest were distributed and studied. "A community library for Fenton" was the subject of a talk given by Lorena Dreyer. Marjorie Bailey was appointed treasurer to fill a vacancy left by Leona Borchardt, who is attending college. Farewell for Mrs. Schmidt— The Hook & Needle club entertained at Mrs. C. J. Weisbrod's Friday evening in honor of Mrs. O. H. •Schmidt, who is moving this week to a farm near Bancroft. Attending: Mesdames J. T. Waite, W. R. Wolfe, IE. D. White, Carrie Voight, Florence McFall, S. W. Meyer, Wilbert Holldorf, L. J. Weisbrod. The club met last week Wednesday at Mrs. W. R. Wolfe's. gona, across the street east from the courthouse. Mrs. J. f. Snyder was called t Lake City (Friday by word of th sickness .of her grandmother. The Martin Olsons, Haifa, spen Sunday with IMrs. Olson's parent Mr. and (Mrs. Ben Mitchell. The Or. J. T. Waites were vis tors at the C. B. Hobbs horn Spencer, Friday. Mrs. Samuel Warner entertaine the Dorcas Sewing club last wee Wednesday. Mrs. Matt Sandow, Ringsted, via itcd Saturday and Sunday at Sam uel Scare's. Arnold Klatt has moved 'his tarn ily into the L. J. Weisbrod tenan house. iDonald Boevers, Algona, was visitor at Gerald Voight's Sunday ' The L. J. Weisbrods were Sun day dinner guests at A. H. Meyer's Lone Rock Edna Mae Sill spent the week-end at Pastor Hueser's, Algona, staying with the Heuser children while their parents attended the funeral of Mr. Hueser's sister at Oskaloosa. Maurice Devine, Russell Kelley, and Marie (Erpelding were members of the confirmation class at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, Sunday. The Hugh Raneys attended a Gardner family reunion at D. C. Gardner's Sunday. Mrs. Raney was Lora Gardner before marriage. Pauline Black, Irvington, Ernest Egel, Algona, and Jimmie Warren, Bancroft, spent the week-end with their respective parents here. W .B. Devine, St. Joe, spent last Thursday with his sister, Mrs. Hal Skilling. Mrs. Mat Kelly attended the Doan Aid at Mrs. Thursday. Katherine Streit, Algona, was a guest of Irene Capesius Sunday evening. Party Honors Mrs. Yager- Mrs. W. V. Yager was honor guest at a surprise party at her home on her birthday anniversary last week Tuesday evening. Attending the E. K. Johnsons, the Clarence Wegeners, the Amos Finne- stads, Mrs. F. H. Bohn, daughter Mary Ann, Mrs. H. E. Reimers, and Dorothy Gerhard, Mrs. IF. H. Bohn, won high at bridge; Mrs. W. V. Yager the travel prize. Farmers Buy Feeding Cattle— A. J. Krause, Alex IRading, and Robert Boettcher, Fenton, and Flint Hunt, Bancroft, got home last week Wednesday from the Dakotas. where they purchased a large number of feeding cattle. They expect to go back for the cattle soon.- Alderson Daughter is Sick— . The William Aldersons were called to Illinois one day last week by word of the serious sickness of the daughter, Mrs. Lulu Hamilton. The Hamiltons used to live in and near Fenton. Group Attends World's Fair- Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, daughter Gladys, son Wilfred, the iRay Stoebers, and Hazel Weisbrod left Friday for Chicago to visit relatives and attend the world's fair. New Cement Walk Laid— A block of cement walk has been laid from the Newel hardware north. Martin Hantelman and 1 CG. Humphrey had charge of the work. Zweifel Son is Laid Up— Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zweifel's sore Fred has been ailing with heart trouble for some time, and is now confined to bed. Doctor Seeks Location Here— A doctor named Miller, of Cedar Falls, was here last week Monday. He was looking up a location. Algona Guild Meets Here— Mrs. W. E. Laage entertained the St. Thomas Episcopal Guild, Algona, last Thursday. Other Fenton News The Carl Kerns drove to Sexton Sunday to visit the Melvin Kerns family, and were accompanied by Mr ; and Mrs, Philip Weisbrod, who visited at the George Boevers farm, near Algona. Mrs. Wsisbrod an;l Mr. 'Boevers are brother and sister. 'Mrs. A. iH. Krause and her son Arnold .Jr. accompanied her bro;her, Anthony Gappa, and her sister, Mrs. Thomas Ford, of Whittemore, to Des Moines this week Tuesday to visit another sister, Mrs. Marcus McCuster. Claude Armstrong, grandson of iMr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall, visited them and other relatives here last Thursday night. He is a member of the C. C. C. at Little Falls, Minn. Selmer Scare, Radcliffe, came Friday to visit his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Samuel Scare. He was accompanied by his brother George, who. had been visiting a* Radcliffe. Mrs. Carrie Haase, Fairmont, and' her sons visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Widdel; Saturday. Mrs. Widdel has been seriously sick for some time. Mrs. IS. W. Meyer was hostess to the New Deal bridge club last Thursday evening. Mrs. F. «. Bohn won the high score; Mrs. J. H. Rieder, the travel prize. W. E. Stoeber made a business trip to Minneapolis last week Monday, and Mrs. Q. W. Meyer accompanied him to visit her sister, (Myr» tie Rasrnussen, Alice Dreyer. attended a banquet last week Wednesday at the 1.0. O. F. hall, Algona, fo.r persons appointed to sell Ked Cross Christmas seals. Mrs. J. A. Sehwart? and Agnes Goetsch entertained their Sunday school classes at the Methodist church Friday evening after school. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod was hostess to the Afternoon Bridge club Saturday. Mrs. H. E. Reimers won the high score; Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod, low. F. C. Bailey and Doctor Smith, dentist at Iowa Falls, came up Sun- 4 , - M .. • a , .. i day for some duck shooting with Ada Merriam and her mother, friends here. They went back Mon- Mrs. S. R. Merriam, are both sick. day. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Devine are The J. F. Newels, Mrs. H. P. parents of a son, born Sunday, Weisbrod, and Lester Weisbrod This is the third son for the De- were entertained at Le Roy New- vines. John McGuire was a Des Moines el's, Hartley, Sunday. Lucille Zumach has accepted em- ' ^ the Coffee Shop at Ajl- 1933. (Seal) aelsoii, all of Mason City, were Sunday guests of the Harry Hahns. The Harveys will hare John Flynh, Detroit, arrived las week Tuesday to .visit the J. M Blanchards. His wife and children had been here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. H. 'E. Morgan, .tw nieces, and Mrs. Mary Jane Clarke all of Algona, spent Saturday af ternoon at W. J. Cotton's. Donald and Gordon Blanchard students at the State Teachers col lege, spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice drove t Hampton Saturday, and Mrs. RICL is making a week's visit there .with her sister, Edith Hoxie. Helen Lewis was 'brought home Saturday from the Algona hospital where she recently had a.n appendi citis operation. Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, .Armstrong and her son Jackie were Sunda; guests of the former's sister, Mrs Hugh Marlow. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone attended a Fort Dodge Presbytery a •Burt last week Tuesday an< Wednesday. Dorothy Macumber, student at Fort Dodge business college, spem the week-end at the parental F; A Macumber's. The Busy Friday club meets this week Friday with Mrs.'William Leeper, Mrs. Arthur Priebe assisting. Supt. and Mrs. L. (E. Godfrey attended a Schoolmasters club meeting at Ledyard last Thursday evening. The William keepers attended a banquet for the Junior League ball team at Burt last Thursday evening. The Mothers club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Glenn Sharp, Mrs. Otis Sanders assisting. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a three-day convention of hatch- erymen at Des Moines last .week. The Mite.society will give a quilt show October 18 in the basement of the church. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hulburt, Glidden, were Sunday guests of the J. M. Blanchards. A land company, is remodeling the H. A. Wiener house and barn south of town. The Legion Auxiliary meest Friday, October 13, with Mrs. N. 1L Cotton. The Jos. Shasers, Botna, were Sunday guests at Chris Shaser's Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe are moving to the Swain property. STATEMENT °'. thc . Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc, Required by the to C , a Congress of August 24, Jlrla, of Kossuth County Advance, published weekly, a t Algona, Iowa, for October 1, 1933. State of Iowa, Bounty of Kossuth, ss. Before me, a notary public in and for the State and county aforesaid! personally appeared D. E. Dewel who-,'having been duly sworn ac- ~ng to law, deposes and says he is the business manager of Kossuth County Advance, and that the following is, to the; best of his knowledge and jehef, a true statement of the own- T filp V mana sement, circulation, jtc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption;, required by the Act ot August 24; 1912, embodied in Section 4'1T, Postal Laws and Regulations; printed on the reverse of his form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, manag- ng editor; and business managers Publisher' — Advance Publishing Co;,. Uhimiorp., Algona, Iowa. ^ 'Editor, W. C. Dewel, Algona, Managing Editor, D. B. Dewel, ltd & McCullough FUNERAL DIRECTORS We are in the service of Others PHONE 621 ALGONA, IOWA INSURANCE — LOANS — INVESTMENTS Reliable insurance service at low cost Surety bonds, automobile, dwelling, and-other'forms of insurance. Small loans made at once. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced, etc, 'A courteous, confidential and pleasing service. Call at our office or phone 55. C. R.LABARRE Office located first door north of Iowa State Bank. $50 to JWSS? that you .. H. N. '24 Stale street —See., BO SIlft DIRECT! BARGAINS IN USED CARS 'wiMOMfMT '32 V-8 Ford Tudor '31 Ford Coupe '31 Ford Tudor '26 Ford Coupe '26 Ford Sedan '29 Ford Roadster —TERMS- KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— —Salei ^VYEJ^ ""• B. 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