Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
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f AGE SIX PRANKSTERS HEARST, JOE UPSETWAGONS St. Joe, Nov. 9—A number of Halloween pranks were played in this community, but so far as known none were serious. Most of the tricks concerned corn-husking wagons, a number of which were tipped over, and one was taken to a field and taken apart, even the wheels removed. Another was taken to the river, where It was left. Friendly Club Has Meeting— The Friend!}- chib held a monthly meeting Iain week Wednesday R. V. Fitch'.*. Mrs. Robert Casey, a Blsting hostess. Mrs. Wm. Metze and Mr. 1 ?. Peter Thilgres had charg of entertainment, which conslste of two contests. Ouests of the clu were Mrs. John Frlderes, Mrs. H ward Sphere, and Mrs. Robert Sk) ling. The next meeting will be hel "Wednesday. December 6, at Mrs. O. McXeill's, Mrs. C. R. Schob Jos. C. Hinos is Dead— We k-nrn that John Cunning ham has received word of the deat of his brotherin-la-w, Joseph C Hines P*ay, Mont., Monday, October 23. o a parolytic stroke at the age of 59 He was married in 1907 to Teresa Cunningham, near St. Joe. who diec In 1915 in the west. Both Mr. anc Mrs, Hines were born and reared in this vicinity. Boy for Lawrence Deckers— Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Decker are parents of a boy. born Wednes day, October 25. They have three other children, all girls. Mrs. Wil ]iam Metzen took care of mother and child. The baby was baptized Ronald Raymond at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, last week Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzen sponsors. KQSStJTM COttNtY APVANCB. ALQONA, IOWA Byrd to Broadcast Thrills From Antarctic Expedition Surprise for Atlolph Furhman— Forty people gathered at Mrs. Lucy Warner's last Thursday evening and ilu-nce proceeded to Adolph FurhmanX where they gave 'Adolph Furhman a. surprise, the occasion being his birthday. The evening was spent at cards and dancing and socially. Soldier is Visiting Here- Francis McConnell, who is In the army, came home las Thursday for a few days with his mother,. Mrs. Eva McConnell. He expects to have a three months furlongh beginning In December. gorensens Have New Son- Mr, and Mrs. Tony Sorensen are parents of an SV»-lb. boy, born last week Monday night. They have one othf-r child, a girl. Mrs. Fred Dole, irvinjrton, is caring for mother and baby. Mrs. Hammer Loses Grandmother— Mrs. "William Hammer has received word of the death of her grandfather, Oeorge Dailey Sr.<. near HumbolcU. Funeral sen-ices were held Wednesday at Humboldt. Laura Fritters, Has Operation— "Word \vr:s received by relatives last wc-ek thru Laura Frideres. near West B<-nd, had had Wednesday nif-'ht at hospital, AlKona. Charles J. V. Murphy, left; Admiral r.lchard E. Byrd, right. •T'HE scene is the South Pole ro- * gion. The temperature is 70 degrees below zero. Against the terrific odds of overpowering cold, the spectre of hunger and threat of burial in eternal Ice, heroic men are battling to discover a new continent. Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd is leading his Second Antarctic Expedition to new pioneer glories. Toasting their feet by a comfortable fireside, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Radio Listener will share the high adventure of these Intrepid explorers. For the thrilling drama of this fisht to conquer the world's last remaining frontier, is to be brought to the American public, direct from Little America, 10,000 miles away, by weekly short-wave broadcasts. Pioneering Achievement For the first time in history, civilization will learn the thrills of pioneer discoveries instantaneously as they take place In the polar wastes. "When the dials are tuned in on Little America, Admiral Byrd and others of his party will present vivid dramatizations of Antarctic conquests, Inaugurating the most ambitious broadcasting project ever conceived. Assigned the most difficult radio reporting Joh Charles J. V. ever attempted, Murphy, brilliant young New York newspaper man, accompanied the expedition to announce and direct the Antarctic broadcasts from the scene of action. Besides possessing exceptional ability as a writer, and a dramatic speaking voice. Murphy, standing six feet two inches In height, and weighing 180 pounds, has the physique to battle the hardships he will encounter .on the world's last and coldest frontier. Series Starts November 18 The first broadcast has been announced for Saturday night, November 18, from Byrd's flagship, the Ruppert, as it sails on its last lap to the Antarctic regions. The series will be heard In this country oyer a Columbia Broadcasting System network of 59 stations every Saturday night at 10 p. m. Eastern Standard Time, 9 p. m. Central Time, 8 p. m. Mountain Time and 7 p. m. Pacific Time. GOOD HOPE WOMEN, WHITTEMORE AID, HOLD JOINT MEET Good Hope, Nov. 9—Several auto loads of Good Hope women were at /Whlttemore last .Thursday, guests oC the Whlttemore L. A. S. and Birthday Club. It was a social affair characterized, by contest., games, and a .play, Ma and her Family, presented by a group of Algona women. Mrs. L. W. Swanson was hostess, assisted by a number of women of her organization. Corn-Husking About Done— Every day finds one or more farmers • of the neighborhood finllhlng corn-husking. There will be little remaining by the end of the week. This Is a contrast to a few years ago, when It was commonplace to have husking drag on till late in the winter. Halloween Party Is Given— Thirty-five Good Hope young people gathered at the Community Hoom last week Tuesday evening for a Halloween party. , Colored singers Ar e Coming— The Rust college colored singers who entertained last year will be with us again November 21. Other Good Hope. Rally services of the Good Hope church in October were loyally supported by the 'people and were exceedingly healthful in' effect. The influence of the special effort promises to take itself felt for many weeks in the future. Sirs. William Rath was hostess to the No. 6 Parents Teachers group Friday at the schoolhouse. There was a 100% attendance. ifinal plat of Algona, Iowa, as defendant, tor the sum of Three Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-four and 69/100 ($3454.69) Dollars and costs, taxed at Eighty-eight and 79/100 ($88.79) Dollars and accruing costs, I hare levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Lewis Bike and Carrie Bike to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The South Twenty-two feet of the North Forty-six feet of Lot Five '" ! - ft* OS PAtD.tf ',% Off INSTAlLMEHf SHARES You can start a building.and loati account any time with any amount. Interest paid on savings twice" each year. TftE ALGONA BUILDING It 10AK ASSOCIATION Inc. 1MY , AUTHORISED CAPITAL STOCK, $1,060,000.00 7 North Dodge St. Block Twenty-eight (28) (6) of in the original plat of Algona, Iowa; and I will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruin costs at public auction, to th highest bidder, -for cash, in hanc on the 17th day of November,1933, a the east door of the Court Hous 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 17th day of October 1933. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosuth County, Iowa By Casey Loss, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Plaintiff's Attorney. 8-9 QUICK.... • • Alta Albright was home from DCS Moines over the week-end. She was accompanied by Elsie Black, of the same city. Mrs. John Palfrey, Garner, was an overnight guests at the Good Hope parsonage Tuesday. Good Hope Community Brother- In Equity TSo. 13383.. NOTICE OF HEARING ON AFPLI CATION TO SELL CERTAIN REAL ESTATE In the District Court of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa Plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona •Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors oi the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, and to "Whom It May Concern: - . You are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the H. S. Pupils at Whlttemore Selling Tickets for Plays an operation the Kossuth Secondary R«a<l is Closed— The secondary road past the Mike Brass and "Cap" Kohlhaa,s farms is temporarily closed while workmen are oonsmictinR a ne\v bridge. Halloween Susie JJl Party Is Given— hostess at Halloween party last week Tuesday night. Other St. Joe. Mr. nml Mrs. peter Halsrurt entertained relatives and friends last •week Tuesday nlsht at a Halloween party. The Halloween spirit was used throiiffhcuit the evening, with ghosts and goblins "popping" in and out among the dancers. The Henry Wolffs West Bend, Mr. and .Mrs. Xic-k Reding, -\\Tiitte- more, and the James Heelings, and Mrs. John B. Reding, and the Rosalia Friderts were Sunday afternoon visitors at John Reding's. George Wagner has been laid up a week with an infection on his left wrist. It was lanced Saturday by Dr. Kenefick, of Algona. The Eugene Welters, near Rockwell City, were Sunday visitors at George Schaller's. Mrs. Welter is a sister of Mrs. Schaller. A few St. Joe young people are taking- part in a musical comedy, Billy Boy, to be given at Llvermore November 30-17. Eugene Thul and Emma, Raymond, Lawrence, and Thomas Becker drove to Pocahontas Sunday to spend the- day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Leonard Manthei, were Sunday dinner Hammer's. Langerman Swea City, guests at John Nurse Anna Kayser went to St. Benedict l;ist week Wednesday night a new baby at George to care for Simon's. Mrs. Mike Erpelding, Llvermore, has been visiting the John Recjings and George Bormanns. Dominic Ziemet, of West Rend, spent last week Wednesday with re- Whlttemore, Nov. 9—Irene Heller eads in a ticket selling contest for hree plays to be given by the high chool. She has so far sold 15 dult and 11 children's tickets; une Wehrspan is second with nine dult and six children's tickets; Arold Heldt, third, 11 adult and 2 lildren's tickets; Raymond Balge- nan, fourth, nine adult and three hildren's tickets; Lydia Meyer, fth, eight adult and three chil- ren's tickets. The final winner ill receive an honor sweater. Farm Buildings Are Improved— William Roeiber and his carpenters have built a new corn crib at Mike Kollasch's. Another corn crib has been built on the ' old Frank .Murphy farm, on the pavement, north of town. Some buildings on the former Murtagh farm, where Peter Mueller resides, have been repaired, and all have bepn repainted. A new machine shed has been built. Card Party Prize Won— Mr. and Mrs. fray Oliver and Mrs. Alice R. Cairy were at Algona last week Tuesday evening, attending a card party at the Academy. Air. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, Editor and Mrs. R. L. Burdine, and Lucille O'Brien also attended, and Mr. O'Brien won the high score 'for men. Halloween Party is Given- Young folks were entertained at a Halloween party Friday evening at George Meyer's. Lawrence Mover and his sister Lydia were host and hostess. Prizes were won by Bertha Vaudt, Lawrence Gade, Eldor a Dau, and Lillian Heidenwith. Treats for Cast in Play- Pupils who took part in the play The Cheerful Liar, Sunday even- ing at the Academy were given a treat Monday afternoon at 3:30 by Verna Emanuel, coach, who served chocolate sundae and wafers. The play drew a large audience. Christinas Operetta Planned— The Kidnaping of Santa Glaus, a Christmas operetta, will ,be given by the first eight grades at Christmas time, and Misses Sammin and Lifldstrom are choosing the cast. The children will begin practicing this week. Birthdays of Two Honored- Last week Sunday Mrs. J. M. Fleming entertained at dinner in honor of Grandpa Fleming's and George Carmody's birthday anniversaries. Elbert Girls Are Hostesses— A number of young folks were entertained last Thursday evening at a wiener roast given by the Simon Elbert girls. Other Whittemore News 'Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes returned Friday from Blue Earth, where they had spent a week with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Bell. Mrs Cordes also visited the Walter Bells. Walter's wife has -been laid up eight weeks with pleural pneumonia, but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Mallard, spent Sunday evening with the latter's parents. Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman, and were accompanied home by Bernice Balgeman, who is spending two weeks with the Johnsons. Ella Burke entertained in honor of her nephew, John Edward Burke last.week Monday evening. John was celebrating a birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, of Lotts Creek, were Sunday dinner heed meetings will be resumed at an early date. • , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett are parents of an 8-lb. boy, born Saturday. Martha Madson was . a dinner .guests at Fred Plumb's Sunday. Charlene Rath has been sick with intestinal flu since 'Friday. guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz. A meeting of the county barbers' association was held at the Tom Kelly shop here last week Monday evening. Verdell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lauritzen, Graettinger, was an over Sunday visitor at George Meyer's. The St. Paul's Y. P. s. was entertained last week Tuesday evening at Mallard by the Y. P. society there. Willima Heller, with the reforestation army at Bunch, was at home over Sunday. John Henry Jr., Rudolph Hahn, and Mrs. Mike Kollasch Sr., were sick last week.. Mrs. Hibbard, Fort Dodge, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Smith. Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, the Application of D. W. Bates, Superintendent of •Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa, asking that he be authorized to sell and convey his undivided one-half (%) interest in the South Half (S%) of the Northeast Quarter (N>E»4) and the Northeast Quarter (iNiE^i) of the Southeast Quarter (SEj/4) of Section Four (4), Township iNinety- ,six (96) North, Range Twenty- eight, (28), Kossuth county, Iowa, to William H. Grover, of Kossuth county, Iowa, and Zada I. Grover- Smith, of Milwaukee county, Wisconsin, for the sum of Three Thousand \Dollars (13,000.00) according to the terms-and conditions set out in the Contract which is attached to the Application, and to which you are referred for further particulars.- You are further notified that the hearing on said Application will be had at the Courthouse in Algona, Kosauth county, Iowa, on the 15th at at LEGAL NOTICES Halloween Party Given for Pupils in Lotts Creek No. 6 Lotts Creek, Nov. 9—The pupil of Dist. No. 6 had a Halloween pa ty at the school house last wee Tuesday, given by the teacher Games in keeping with Hallowee were played, and prizes were w o by Arthur Potratz, Kenneth An n Hackbarth, Lois Kucker, and Anton and Kerm Bonnstettei Lunch was served by' Leona an Helen .McMahon, the latter bein were Herbert teacher. Visitors latives here. Violla Mtifllt-r last week Tuesday here. AVhittemore, spent Wednesday Helen Sumlem.-in is helping- with housecleaning at .Airs. Joseph Becker's. The Rev. George Theobald is driv. ing a new Plymouth sedan. Dennis AVajjner Jr. spent the week end at Adam Kramer's. Kathryn Thilges, L u Verne, spent last week here. . if.- church service hours hav .•hanged from afternoon t ;<?. Sunday school will be hel at 11:45. John Hoff Sr. was sick Sat i-'.'i .Sunday. l£ir-.;.'i Hinders family, "V :••*'-• -~- -ridciy at Mrs. G ,B !..*.-•: if.--. K. E. Sanders were - ' •-*.' fe' -'=* la of Mr. and Mrs. Stott is _i{.-i H-i-' a dinner Thorpe, birth- Hackbarth and Walter Bonnstetter Thirty Join New Y. P. S.— The new Y. P. S. met Friday eve ning- at the school auditorium, witi Arthur ancl Milton Geitzenauer an< Margaret and Ada Feine as . host and hostesses. Thirty signed a con stitution drawn up at a previou meeting. After a brief busines meeting- games were played, follow ed by a lunch prepared by Mrs Flene and Mrs. Geitzenauer. To Celebrate Luther's Birth— The Immanuel Lutheran congregation js invited to attend service* commemorating the 450th anniver sary of the birth of Martin Luther next Sunday at the high school au ditorium Algona, Andrew Kading and Otto Ruhnke are to be officia delegates. Pastor Preaches at Burt— The Rev. Ernst Feine preached an English service at the Burt Luth. erari church Sunday afternoon in honor of an anniversary church. of that Farmhand's Finger Wounded Glen Pantier, farm hand at George Wlnkel's, cut his forefinger on tin last Thursday, and the wound vas painful for a few days. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haack, Mr .and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth, Mr. and Mrs., f.fn" b™ un go othe, Arnold Meine and tended the __ eral Friday at Burt. He ther-In-law of Mrs. Haack „..„ cle to the others. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg- *„ home Saturday, after three week with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. Wlll am Radlg, and other re latives at Pasadena and points .in California. Mr .and-Mrs. Alvin Potratz and Edna and Martin Potratz attended a play given at the Whittemon* Academy by the public high school The play was "A Cheerful Liar Herman Reisner, otto Liesener and Henry Meyer were elected del esrates Sunday. t o a finincial meet ing of the Algona Lutheran circui at Algona Sunday November 19 Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisnei- Kathryn, and the William dinner Wich NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WIL No. 3780. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss In District Court, Novembe term, 1933. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that a instrument of writing purportin to be the last Will and Testamen of Lizzie Guderian, deceased, date October 18, 1933, having bee this day filed, opened and read, th 27th day of November, 1933, is fixe for hearing proof of.same at th Court House in Algona, Iowa be fore the District Court of sai county, or the Clerk of said Court and at nine o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons inter ested are hereby notified and re quired to appear, and show caus if any they have, why said instru ment should not be probated anc allowed as and for the last Wll and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Octobe 27, 1933. E. J. McBVOY, Clerk of District Court Alma Pearson, Deputy Van Ness & Stilhnan, Attorneys. g-1 Leiningers w ere Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry tendahl. West Bend The Edward Maahs family Whit temore, visited last Thursday eve nine: at the Richard Potratz home Mr. Potratz is sick with dermatitis George Winkel gave a dance at hips pavilion, Fenton, Friday evening. An orchestra from this community furnished the music. Martin Potratz and Wilfred and Fred MHtag went duck-hunting a t Swan Lake last week Wednesday but had no luck. Nearly everybody here has fin- shed or is nearly through husking 3orn. The weather has been, favorable this season. The Aid meets this w eek Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school "mil; Mrs. Herman Reisener hos- ess. The men working: under Super- isor Mori-is have been setting up now fence. Luella Llesener has been working t Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer's. NOTICE OP INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given of the for mation of a corporation known as Christenson Brothers Company principal office at Algona . to take over and operate the business formerly conducted by a corporation of the same name whose sole stockholders were L. Christensen, of Estherville, Iowa and P. J. Christensen, of Algona Iowa. The total amount of capital stock authorized is $40,000.00 which is to be issued as needed for cash paid in from time to time, or for property at values approved by the Executive Council of Iowa. The corporation is authorized to commence business when $30,000.00 in capital has been paid in. The period of this corporation shall begin on the date the Secretary of State issues a certificate of incorporation and shall continue for twenty yean unless sooner terminated as by law provided. The aiffairs of the corporation are to be conducted by a Board oi two or more Directors and Officers who are to be named at the annual election in January of each year. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate liability except to the extent and in the manner provided .by the laws of the State of Iowa. CHRISTJQNSEN BROTHERS COMPANY. By P. J. Ohristensen, Secretary. 8-11 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OB 1 IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. /Notice is hereby given that by «rtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the district Court of Kossuth county Iowa, on judgment rendered in said Court on the 13tfa day of Oc- ober, 1933, in favor of H. R. Cowan, as plaintiff, and against the South Twenty-two feet of the North orty-six feet of iUt «T« (5) in Block Twenty-eight (28) of the or- day of .November, A. D. 1933, two o'clock p. m., of said day, _. which time you may appear and show cause, if any you have, why an Order should not be entered authorizing said sale. O. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings (Bank, Algona. Iowa. By HARIRY V. HULL, 9 Examiner in Charge. In Equity No. 12383. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO -SELL AND CONVEY REAL ESTATE AND TO COMPROMISE DEFICIENCY JUDGMENT. In the 'District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth County. D. W. Bates, Superintendent • Banking of the State of Iowa Plaintiff, vs. County Savings Bank, Algona Iowa, Defendant. To All Depositors and Creditors o the County .Savings Bank, Al gona, Iowa, and to Whom It Ma Concern : You are herefby notified tha there is now on file in the office o the Clerk of the District Court o Kossuth county, Iowa, the applica tion of D. W. Bates, Superintenden of Banking of the State of Iowa, a Receiver, asking that he be author ized to sell the following describe. property, situated in the County o Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wit Beginning a t the Northeast corner of Lot One (1) of Auditor's Plat of Lot One (1) of Auditor's Plat of the East Three-fourths (E%) of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NE& NE^i) of Section Eleven (11), Township Ninety-five (95) North,. Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., running thence East to a point one (1) rod west of the Northwest corner of Lot Ten (,10) of Auditor's Plat first above referred to; running thence South thirteen (13) rods; thence West to a point ten (10) feet East of the east line of Lot One (1) first above referred to; thence North Seventy-eight (78) feet; thence northwesterly Fourteen and one-third (14 1/3) feet to intersect the East line of iLot One (1) first above referred to- thence North to the place of beginning, o the Church of the Nazarene for he sum of Eight Hundred Fifty dollars C$850.00) according to the terms and provisions of a certain :ontract of sale, a copy of which is attached to the application and to which you are referred for further particulars. You are further notified that in connection with said sale, this Re- eiver has made application for authority to compromise the defi- icncy judgment against the Church )f the Nazarene of Three Hundred ., Dollars $3*57.25) and interest for the sum xf Fifty Dollars ($50.00) in cash You are further notified that the earing on said application will toe md at the Court House in Algona, .ossuth county, Iowa, on the 15th ay of November, A. D. 1933, at 2 .clock p. m., of said day, at which ime you may appear and show ause if any you have why an or- er should not be entered authorizing said sale and authorizing said ompromase settlement. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking of the state oi Iowa, as Receiver of the County Savings Bank, Algona, Iowa. By KARBY V. 'BUI4-, Examiner in. (^oleman Radiant Lights Instantly Just Like Gas This new and improved Coleman Heater gives you 'instant gas heat at the touch of a match! Radiates an abundance of fresh, healthful heat. Portable . , . use it anywhere. Makes and burns its own gas. Costs less than 2^ an hour to operate. YOUR LOCAL DEALER THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE COMPANY WICHrrA, KANS. . PHILADELPHIA, PA. CHICAGO, IU. LOS AN66LCS, CAUF. Payments Income. that you Federal f KOSSUTH ' er aranift! DMte 37. ? 9 inr -' A* A Irvn*... r " fc *!5- «7«V, Algona, Iowa! QUARTON ft Phone.: ~^- w °«'«*" 3ULMTAX, VcXAllOX t. W. Sullivan Pheasants FALL FOR THESE SHELLS Remington-Nltro Express, Peters High Velocity. Another shipment of Peters High Velocity Shells in 12 ,16 and 20 ga. just arrived. Our stock is again complete in all sizes of your favorite loads and size of shot. 3 1-4 dr. 1 1-8 02. of shot •___ 75c and 85c 3 3-4 dr. 11-4 oz. shot 8 ?c and 91.00 Shoot this world's champion ammunition—the heavier the load the harder they fall. See us for your hunting equipment—COATS CAPS- CLEANING RODS, AND GUNS. Kohlhaas & Spilles f*I S. E,! L. E. Llnnan A "°rneys-at-La j 5 B- J. Harrhicrton • •**tiornG3 Phone 287 R , Office over Postottlce, «. J. VAN If ESS, 0. W. 8111 Lawyera White's Grocery j Week End Specials Oranges — Large size, Coffee— Peaberry, 3 n». _ Bacon — ' « * Squares, Ib. _____ I I C Cranberries— 2 Ibs. 21c Calmnet B. Powder 1 Cake Chocolate Free Cookies— Fancy, 2 Ibs Dried Peaches— 2 Ibs. 19c Rice Flakes — . Jack Sprat, 3 for Toilet Paper— 4 4 _ 1000 sheets, 3 for I I C Sweet Potatoes, 5 Ibs. 19c BUTTERNUT COFFEE Don't forget Pancake Bay November 25th. 9. D. Shumway 8HDMWAY * KEllt" Attorneys-at-Law ^ one ««ce in QUU^JJ ] Atttorncy-at-Uw Office In Quinby Bulldlni Phone 180 ——— , HIRAM B. WHITI Attorney-at-Uw Office over Iowa State Buk,' Phone 206. Algona, 1 P. A. DANSOK Attorncy-At-Law Office over Iowa State Buk L Pbonea: Office, 460-J.; R«. m| CARROL A. WANBEB Attorner-at-Iair Office over Postolfice, Pkone 65 A. Hutchison T. €. Hutf, HUTCHISON & HCTCHISM Attornej's-at-Lan Quinby Building Phone 251 DOCTORS PREMIUM Coal JOHN N. I'hyslelan auil Surged Office over Rexall Drug Ston Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. i C. M. CHET/JIEYE1VM.D, Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block, • •••• Phones 444-310. vlgona P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician unit Surgcoi Office on South Dodge Strett Phones: Office, 666; residence, f Algona, Iowa tTALTEli FKASEH, M. ft Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room H Phone No. 12 MEIVIN 0. HOUR** Physician and Surgeoo Office In Postofflce Btek a Phone*: Office, 197; resldencM" W.D. ANDREWS, B. 0. Oite«p*thlc Physician and Bu|M| - Located In General Hospital PQ0ne>: Office 187, Rei. I" DB. H. V. OLSON Dentist, or novocalne used M Located over Chriatensen Phone*; Business 166, r Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS I. W. FOX J. B. WINKEl Veterkiurlans West State Street, Phones; Office. 476-W.!J» INSURANCE JOSSUTH COUNTY MW DfSUBANCE iSSOCIAljW Oyer |15,000,000 worth of insuw In force. A home company- * secure. D. D. Paxson. SecreW'| MIMEOGRAPH APVANCE Algona,

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