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KQS3UTH CO.UN*rY ADVANCg. 28,1933, HERE !£ .NEWS Effective DEC. DOAN WOMAN'S ANNIVERSARY IS CELEBRATED RAIL FARES 37 Cases Listed tor Trial at November Term of Court Wesley, Nov. 21—The Dean Methodist Aid, the Mesdames Anderson and Van Hansen, hostesses, entertained at the church last Thursday deceased, afternoon In honor of Mrs. J. D. Andrews' 69th birthday. A short program was given by some of the members, old members who had been specially Invited were the Mesdames Dehnert, L. E. Krantz, and Neal Smith, Algona, John Harris, Sexton and Ethel Gross, Rockwell. There were sixty women present and besides a gift from the Aid Mrs. Andrews received a number of individual gifts. Cases have been noticed for trial at the November term of court, which begins next Monday, as follows: PROBATE Estate of Warren p. Brewster, LAW Dodson Fisher Co. vs. Andrew S. Blbert et al. Roy Bone vs. J. <E. Henning. Jennie Vanderlinden vs. Theodore Qoeders. •IgQttt IWWt Of MM VVarl A reduction in rail tun of tuch wide-ipma iatenti and importance that treryoM will b« eager for the detaUaT Here tney aret ONIWAYt 2c per milt In cotcbt* Of chair car«44% % »WWrtfc* Sc per mile in sleeping and parlor cars, berth or aeat extra— 16% % rtdtctwu. ROUND TRIPi 2c per mile each way. In all classes of equipment, 10-day return limit— 44%% 2Hc per mile each way, in all classes of equ»pm«nt,iixtponth«r«turn limit— 30% % ALSO Surcharge on sleeping and parlor cars abolished. WHIRIt Between all point* in the entire territory west and north of Chicago, St. Louis and the Missis. sippi Rivet 'through to the Pacific Coast, including ±^£ all points on certain railroads in Illinois, Mississippi and the western parts oflndiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida* New travel 'mest anywhere you wish, when yen wish . . . «t baro«ln tared CHICAGO Cr NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY hanksgiving Roasters, 4 sizes $1.00 to $1.95 , with self basting lids and tray. __________ Skates . $1.25 per pair ckey Clubs -.._ 25c and 50c od Choppers' Wedges . 85c Jes, Mauls, Cross-Cut and Circle Saws. We have a complete stock of these items. i Handles, fair quality hickory 25c eel Baskets, All have double soldered bottoms, with rope handles which cannot pull out. bushel, $1.25; 1 1-2 busrel $1.35; 2 bushel, $1.50 bor Covering—7-ply paper, 25c per door. leather Strip,..:-.: _— 2 l-2c per ft. jime to our store and register your name. You will then receive a carborundum pocket knife hone with pouch, valued at25c. Kohlhaas & Spilles PUBLIC SALE (the Biddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, east ' tracks of Northwestern iTURDAY, NOV. 25, AT 1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP r expect itft. have a)J kip^s of livestock for this sale. One good brthorh milk -cow and calf. Also other good cows. A, number •good young stock. One black Shetland pony. All kinds of pd young chickens, including Barred Rocks, White Rocks, and lite Wyandottes, Fifteen young geese. Two Spotted Poland (ina sows weighing about 400 Ibs. each, with 15 pigs about six old, A few boars of all breeds, number of pieces of good furniture, including heaters, barn cks, and cream separators, and gas engines. what you Have to sell, and be on hand to buy what you ". •'•"•'"-, Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for. C.|O. Riddle, Auctioneer F. S. Norton & Son vs. H.B. Seeley et aJ. F. S. Norton & Son vs. Agnes Seeley et al. Mary Faslbender rs. Andrew Heinen. Ed Stuelcr Hunting Deer- Nathan Studer has received a card from his son Ed who returned to his home in Excelsior, Minn,, last Thursday, having just finished a road grading job In North Dakota which had occupied five or six months. The following day he went to northern Minnesota on his annual deer-hunting trip with a group of friends from Clear Lake. The men were to remain till each bagged a deer, Ed has another road job in North Dakota for next year. Aid Supper Clears $15.50— The Methodist Aid cleared $15.50 at its 25c supper In the church basement Saturday evening. The Aid will meet with Mrs. Amesbury this week Wednesday, Mesdames Butts and Benton, assistant hostesses. It Is planned to serve another supper the evening- of December 15. Dlst Supt Muhleman will then be present and show his moving pictures of the world's fair. , , Dinner Honors Mrs. J. D. Andrews-Mrs. Loyal Young gave a family dinner Sunday, in honor of the birthday of her mother, Mrs. J. D, Andrews. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and the family of the hostess, present were the Ted Hoovers, Van Hansens, the Howard Andrews family, Mrs. Andrews' sister, Mrs. Carrie Bakkie, and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Lucille Reed, both of Malard. >frs. Tryon Loses Father— Mrs. Harold Tryon, Louisiana, came through Wesley Friday, on her way to her parents' home near Titonka, called by the sickness of her father, Fred Relbsamen, who has since died. Mrs. Edith Dawson, Mason City sister of Preston Chapin, is here also and is expected to attend Mr. Reibsamen's funeral. She Is a relative of Harold Tryon. H. J. Deitering et al vs. Leo R. Sankey. Chicago & Northwestern R'y Co. vs. G. A. Sharp. * F. C. Lovrein vs. Northern Iowa Grain Co. Farmers Co-Operative Elev. Co. vs. Pletch. W. H. Godden vs. Mrs. (Robert Hamilton. B. H. Meyer vs. John H. Krull. F. Weyerhauser Co. vs. John A. Miller. Louisa Decker vs. August Strom EQUITY Anthony Schmitt vs. F. J. Balgeman et al. E. H. Kahl vs. F. J. Balgeman et al. John Taylor vs. F. J. Balgeman et al. Moe & Slogren vs. Marie L. Pederson et al. Met, Life Ins. Co. vs. James D. Andrews et al. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. John Boyer et al. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. George Scovell et al. Barbara Weiner vs. William Weiner et al. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. S. S. Tok- icim et al. Thos. Kain vs. E. !R. Collinson. Federal Land Bank of Omaha vs. Andrew M. Jasperson et al. Met. Life Ins. Co. vs. John (Boyer et al. Met. Lite Ins. Co. vs. Carl F. B. Meyer et al. iFirst Trust Joint Stock Land Bank vs. Samuel Zentner, et al. Equit. Life Ass. Qoc. vs. Mathias Brdman et al. Lottie E. Peterson vs. Anna Sorensen et al. H. E. Rist, Spec. Admr., vs., B. A. Hanson et al. iF. C. Lovrein vs. Wm. Neuroth. D. D. Monlux vs. Chas. H. Bunting et al. Met. iLife Ins. Co., vs. Esdert Johnson et al. Clara Wessels vs. Clarence Gehrtz et al. Addie M. Arpke et al vs. Carl A. Arpke et al. W. J. Payne, Editor. Charles Klnmp, Field Reporter. Shower for Hertual Wolf— Twenty young women gave shower for Hertual, daughter of Frank Wolf, at her home Saturday afternoon. Miss Wolf will be married to Clare Wtngert at St. Joseph's church next week Tuesday morning. Sunday School Exceeds Record— There was a fine turnout at the Methodist Sunday school Sunday morning. The attendance exceeded the enrollment by three and this was the largest attendance during the pastorate of the Rev. Mr. Me Nulty. High School Plans Entertainment- Tuesday, November 28, the high school will present a full evening's entertainment for the benefit of the activities fund: two one-act p!ays, The Tale of the Shirt, and a black face comedy,. "Oh, Doctor!" Mrs. J. T. Meurer Loses Aunt— Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer attended funeral services at St. Joe Saturday morning for Mrs, Meur- ers aunt, Mrs. Mike Brass, 59,. who was found dead in bed last Thursday morning. Aid Will Meet at Britf— The Priseilla Phoebes, Congregational Aid, will meet at Britt this week Wednesday, the pastor's wife, Mrs. Bernsten, hostess. , D A N C E CHAN CAIDWEM* Friday, November 24th Titonka Coliseum pon request of so many dancers for the return of band J have succeeded in getting the manage- t of this band's consent for a return engagement iday, November 24th. Friday, December l»t _ eke and his gang in a big carnival jamboree. pts, b.orn,s, confetti, and serpentines free. Make your " is to at£enj! tfcege two attractions, ••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^MMHMH S^^BBSSSBSS^^^^SSBSBBSBSg-eB-g^^—-—-—==s==; Advance Make* M&Ueal Chriit Pi-went for the Whole Family ALGONA PARTY GOES HUNTING NEAR TITONKA Titonka, Nov. 21—Pheasant hunters at H. A. French"s Friday atid Saturday -were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mackaye, W. Rlndedknecht. and a Mr, Burchman, Cedar Rapids, W. P. French and Herbert French, Eugene Murtagh, John Haggard, G. W. StHlman, of Algona; and Mart Wennen, Newton. Several other hunters were here from Algrona Friday including "W. A. Lorenz Floyd Saunders,, H. E. Rist, M. J. Pool, F. E. Kent, R. H. Miller, Joel Herbst, C. W. Nicoulin, and H. V. Hull. Junior Party Following Play- Following presentation of the junior class play, Girl Shy, Friday night, the juniors had a party in the Home Economics room. Guests were Carl Shumway, LaVonne Larson, and Erwln Malueg, Algona. Ferne Krantz, Kathryn Schram, Edlthmae Budlong, Supt. C, A. Hoon,, and Al lene Johnson, teacher. Lunch was served. The juniors presented manicure set to Miss Johnson, who directed the play. Cream Checks Are Issued— High cream checks for last month have been issued o : Nick Heesch $156.50; Warner Smidt, $123.75; Fre ( Stecker, $1(15.25; Henry Gray an: sons, $93.; W. H. Groves, $82. 50; Ed ward Zwelfel, $76.75; Edward Bart lett and Sons, $74.7<o; Bruno Stecker $73.75; Graham Bros. $70.; J. A Harms, $69,; John Koestler, $67.65 John B. Pannkuk, $64.50; and Geo RJppentrop, $61.50. ,, , Seniors pick Class Motto— The high school seniors recently chose a class motto, colors, and flower. The motto la, On the Violin of Life We Will Play the Chords of Success. Helioteope .and nile green were chosen as colors, and the yellow rose as class flower. T. P. Bridge Club Meets— Clifford Krantz and Donald Bacon were hosts to the Young- People's Bridge club last week Tuesday evening at the R. L. Krantz home. A travel prize was won by Carl Callies. Ethel Wellemeyer, Buffalo Center, was a guests. Other Wesley News. Margaret Otis, stenographer at Vinton, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Mary Otis. The John Uhlenhakes, Whittemore, visited John's mother here Sunday, The Arlo Dawsons were supper g-ueats at W- W. Sturdivant's Sunday. The Leo Goetz family spent Sunday with Mrs. Goetz's parents, the John Arndorfers, near St. Benedict. Mrs. Mary Goetz and Dorothy spent Sunday at Joe Goetz's. Miss Loof t was called to Iowa state college, Ames, Saturday, to aid In formulating plans for adult education in Iowa She reports that considerable progress has been made in 'plans for 1 ' future work among adults. Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends and Mrs. Amanda Ostercamp, Mountain Lake, Minn., visited their relatives Fred Oatercah^p, Mrs. •Stinnie Ostercamp, and the Herman Oster- camps, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Heidlung, Who had been housekeeper for Richard Van Horn 15 months, has left for her home at Fort Dodge, Richard's young stepdaughter, Delia Smidt, now bas charge. Union Thanksgiving services will be held at the local Methodist church at HO o'clock next week Thursday Bernsten, speaker. Communion services will be held at the Methodist church • Sunday morning, December a. Parents who desire may then bring their children for baptism. Mildred,, daughter of -the Olaf Funnemarks, was confirmed; at the Seneca Lutheran church Sunday one of the class of four. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and Raymond, Cprwith, Sunday visited their mother' and grandmother, Mrs, Susan Lease. The study club will spend the afternoon at Mrs, Bleich's on its re* gular meeting day t h 's week Thursday. The children in one of the farm families east of Wesley are suffering from chicken-pox. Mrs. Hariey Hansen, who lives east of Wesley, is sick, with rheumatism. Margaret L,ooft, home economics teacher, spent the weekend at Ames. Lu Verne, Nov. 21— Thje Metho dist Men's S. S. class had its annwal pheasant supper at the Qtty Hall Mpnday night- T« e y always prepare morning, the Rev, Mr. Congregational pastor, pent Saturday phbasant hunting ere and visited at William chram's southeast of town. The Oscar Blanchards and Wilam Stoutenbergs, of Burt, were - .• ,nd Carrie Bonacker'a. Mrs. H. A. French was a guest at inner party at Algona Monday eve- ling, hostesses W. E. Hawcott and Mrs. \V. P, French. Tlhe Lutheran congregation erved supper in the basement of he church Saturday night. The W. P. Frenches, Algona, vere guests at H. A. French's Sun- lay. The Fred Steckers have been vlsi- :ing relatives in Winthrop, Minn. Mrs. John. Wilson has been sick. The Chris Jensens have lived 16 years on their 160-acre farm two miles south and three-fourths mile west of Sexton. They have two daughters who are out of school and at home. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen will soon celebrate their silver wedding. Mrs. Jensen is one of the children of Tom Blain, who also lives near Sexton. Chris has a brother Nels who lives retired at Algona, where both were ,born. Their parents were Mr. and Mrs. Soren Nelson, who once ran a long since gone hotel across the tracks from the Milwaukee depot. • + * * Gust Carlson, northwest of Wesley, and his family were doing a little Algona shopping Monday. Twenty-seven years ago Gust emigrated from Sweden to America. He was married in this county, his wife's maiden surname having .been Johnson, and they have five children two boys and three girls. The eldest daughter, who is the wife of a baker, lives at Maquoketa. The other children are at home, the youngest being 16. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson have a quarter-section farm, on which they have lived since 1915 They milk nine cows, and the Wesley creamery gets their cream Gust has 54 hogs and said he was feeding a few baby beeves. His crops this year were good. new crib was nove it. Four Corners bur years. They will have some ixtra work to do, for they had the :orn in open cribs and when the finished were to The Mothers and Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Agnes Walker, and roll call will be answered with Thanksgiving quotations. A Thanksgiving play will be riven. The committee in charge is Ruth Robinson and Leona Walker. The meeting is a substitute for one scheduled at Mrs. Jessie Elmore's. The Edward Riches were Sunday dinner guests of the John Wilsons, Whittemore, and Avis Wilson accompanied the Riches home for a visit. Everett Witham, son Elmec and Ben Schroeder were at Pocahontas Sunday. A miscellaneous shower was given at Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom's last week Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Grace Bjustrom. A large number of Whittemore, Algona, Good Hope, and Four Corners people charivaried Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom at Andrew trom's, Whittemore, last week Monday night. Candy bars and cigars were passed around, and a dance was given by the newlyweds at the Mlsbach hall, Algoa Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb. Mrs. E. A. Genrlch, Mrs. Loyd Gross, and Mrs. Edward Rich, of the Union, No. 7 school.attended 1 a county council P. T. A. meeting at Titonka last week Tuesday. . At John Laubenthal's last week Tuesday we were shown a new daughter, Iborn October 17 and named Anna Mae. We asked tbj older .boys whether we could have, the baby, and they informed us that she was the only sister they had and they would not let anyone else have her. There are hree boys: Peter, 11; James Harold, 9; and Louis, S. They are proud of their sister. Peter said he helped his father cultivate corn last summer. We noticed that the corn looked good. They were still picking, and had .had some extra help •but had figured they could let the help go and finish what was left alone; but the heavy wind of a week ago Sunday blew about half of the ears off the stalks, so John kept his help, and when we called Nick Leners, six miles south of Algona, (bought the 90-acre farm ivhere he lives six years ago. His on Mike lived on it one year, then moved a half mile east to one of ,he E. J. Gilmore farms. Mr. :Len- :rs, who farms alone, is getting along in years, being 66. He said 16 would enjoy farming if he could get a little more for his produce. He has 46 fine Spotted Poland Ihinas that will soon be ready for market. Nick remarked that he hoped the highway commission or the county supervisors would allow him a driveway straight west of his place to the new highway. • * * * Stephen Loss, 11-2 miles west of Galbraith, was a busy man last week Wednesday, picking corn, bul he stopped to show us ears thai weighed 1% pounds. He has the test corn he ever raised, he said One field.of 75 acres was going 60 bushels to the acre. Some men. from the south were picking for him, and they were bringing in extra-large loads, intending to take pictures to send to their folks in te south. These men had been averaging 110 bushels a day. Steve Jr., the son, was away, shelling corn for one of the neighbors. He is one of the fast pickers in the ounty, for he picked 142 bushels in one day. The Losses have three iris and four boys. * * * * Arthur Fuerstenau, 3-4 mile orthwest of the Lptts Creek store pas getting up his winter woo< when we arrived aattordfcfrs Mir' farms SO acres, And he bought thft; < farm six yeafs ago. Me raises th« large-type Duroc Jersey hogs* LMt September he sold one old.hog tfefti weighed 700 pounds. He has thteA old sows left, and one of the sow* had 19 pigs this fall. He had to kill some of them because the sow could not feed all of them. Then] another had three pigs, but she laid down on them and killed all three. At that, from the two sows Arthur has 20 fall pigs, and he also had 45 spring pigs. He has a large boar which he wanted to sell on the market, but he was offered only a' dollar, so Arthur decided to keep him. He may kill the boar later • and feed the carcass to the chickens, if the market does not rise, was expecting to finish more days, provided it in three did not snow. Lilian on Job Crone, Again — Hampton, Believe it or not, at Orren Johnson's, on the McMahon farm, one- half mile east of Sexton, there is a litter of rat terrior puppies, also some Poland China sows that have fall pigs; and the puppies discovered that the sows gave milk, so they help themselves. We guess the milk must agree better than their own mother's with some of the puppies, for some are larger than the others. The Johnsons have two boys, Mynl, 7, and Harold, 6 both going to,school. • • * • On the farm where Hay Black lives, a mile east and a mile north of Sexton, a new corn crib, 27x36- 14, with 9-ft. driveway, has been built; also a small addition to thi house, 10x6. The barn has also been repaired. William .Roeber an< Arthur Heidenwith, 'Whittemore were doing the carpenter worl when we were there last week Tuesday. This farm is owned b; the (Equitable life, of New York Mr. and Mrs. Black have lived ther LaV ••Used-Tractors For Sale • * • • McCormick Deering Farmall, eat model, perfect condition. Massey-Harrls Wallls 29-39. A' powerful tractor In fine shape. •Twin City 12-20. Lota of aervlee cheap. Rumely Oil-Pull 16-30. Just the tiling for heavy belt work. Fordson. in good running order. COB WITH IMP. CO, P. J. Greiner|& Son) [Corwith,|Iowa THINK this over Dad- The housewife who has a fine linoleum floor in he* home has a great advantage over the one who Is continually trying to keep a worn-out floor clean. There never was a harder job than trying to keep & house clean with wood floors or old brown wornout linoleum to scrub. KEEP YOUR WIFE YOUNG Give her more time for rest and her other house* work by purchasing a new Armstrong or Kolor-Thnt Floor for her today. v JJNOLEUMS WERE NEVER CHEAPER than we are selling them today and worth twice what they cost in added happiness in the home. Here is a tip to mother—be sure dad reads this adv. Richardson's Furniture Co. SALGONA, IOWA. "Where Furniture Sells For Less" grade teacher here, who quite sick at home last week, returned Sunday to resume teaching again this week. During her absence Mrs. Ann Schenck took her place. Commercial Club Reelects Officers— The Commercial club met at the Odd Fellows hall Monday night, and officers were re-elected: President, Dr. W. F. Hamstreet; vice, Raymond Bonacker; secretary-treasurer,, H. E. Schweppe. Boy for Simon Schmidts— An 8%-lb, boy was born to Mr. and Mrs, Simon' Schmidt' last week Wednesday. This is the first child in the family. The name has not been selected, . Other Titonka News. Mrs, Ray Hansen entertained the Methodist missionary society Friday. The lesson was on The Widening Path In Connecting' Roads,, led by Mrs. William Schram. Roll call was answered with enigmas In the missionary magazine. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong, Mrs. S. J. de Vries, and Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball attended an Eastern Star dinner at Burt last week Tuesday evening. Each person attending contributed a hot covered dish. E. F. Callies is spending a few weeks at a veterans hospital at 'Fort Snelling near the -Twin CHles, taking treatment for arthritis and other ailments. He la a Spanish- American war veteran. A mistake was made in Jast week's THohka column as regards roller skating, Skating will be continued Wednesday nights only,_ with dances Friday -nights and. a 'snow every Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs, Lynn Callies, daughter Jacqueline, and Carol Reaser were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Lee Struthers' at Rolfe,, formerly Hilda Pouelson, Titonka. Edwarl Saathoff was also at Rolfe. Mildred Kokash, Minneapolis, daughter of Mrs. Virgil Penderyast, spent the week-end visiting her parents and daughter Petty, who makes her home with, her grandmother, - • Mr. and Mi's. Miller Nelson, entertained their bridge club last Tuesday evening, and prizes were wow by Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Terser- son and Carl Callies. Mr. and Mrs. Meindert Smidt, John Het'ti has received word of the death of a sister In Switzerland, the last of the family who never 'Jame to America. Mrs. .Hugh Colwell has been sick . Jlnd Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Colwell, fourth i Livermore, have been staying at fcejve this meat with, out from wxssen- is' teacher, - Brink northeast of spn; also Mr. itown, have a and Mrs. Jos, new ley,' Who have twp 9tl»W spnf. Auguust Sohranj, Fort-. . Hugh's. A Junior high school elimination declamatory contest was held Monday, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Wllma Mosher, and Supt, Evans Judges. Speaking In the home contest will be: Oratorical, Phil Lichty, Gordon Dlmler, Jack Holdcroft, Hazel Nygaard; dramatic, Phyllis Lichty, Maxine Smith Mary Alice Bigings, Betty Dlmler, Burnel "Wegner; humorous, Betty Burtls, Robert Chapman, Robert Lee Lichty Lillian Lund. Kathleen and Howard Me. Clellen, and Elinor Mae Wolto. Elby Brown, of the C. C. C. at Milford, spent the week-end at home.. , , Lucile Zuetlau and Lester Botn- mel were married last week Monday at Blue Earth. They were • accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Everett. Gaston. LONG'S FOOD SHOP Meats and Groceries Quality items we sell— New York buckwheat flour -we buy this flour right from the oldest mill in New York State. Waconia Sorghum, known for quality, Log Cabin Maple Syrup, 1933 crop. While it lases, I5c can of Penick Syrup for lOc, white Oats, large size or dark. Quaker bag, 25c. , Everything in Heats, Call or Phone gW, Pressed Chickens any time —our milk-fed chickens sure please. Insist on your Miss Mary Christmas coupons, one witfc every 25c purchase/ , Bggf Wanted. give you notice that, pur -stock will be complete'for Thanksgiving dinner —- Turkeys, J)uck£, THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS are now being paid out each week by checks of The Federal Land Bank of Omaha through THE ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION headquarters in Algona, Iowa. A great many far-sighted farm owners in Kossuth County and adjoining Iowa townships are placing applications for Federal Land Bank and Land Bank Commissioner Loans through Algona National Farm Loan Association Because — 1 — We are conveniently near you. to help in many ways. 2 — The loans placed through Algona National Farm Loan Association are amply secured. ! 3— THE ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION MAKES k THB BIGGEST LOANS POSSIBLE ON THE SB C U R I T Y; WHERE THE APPLICANTS REQUIRE TO GO "THE LIMIT." Before Snow Flies Now is the Time to Place Your Application With Us for a LOAN" Appraisals can still be made to advantage, "We Do Our Part" Promptly. See H. D. Hutchins, Secy.-Treasurer ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Telephone 2Q5-W. Prey 17 1-g East State St., Algoaa, Iowa M TJ*e Hjuh" .fv- • r / i ,"€ I- -VI

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