Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 6
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New Price on REMINGTON JUNIOR PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Now $29.50 Was $39.75-a drop of $10.25 "The Remington typewriter 'company has announced its intention of discontinuing its two low priced models. While they last in stock you will be able to get these machines at a great savings. They have been the bargain in typewriters since they were made. Now they are a bigger bargain than ever. You can't resist getting one of these machines now. This machine has capital letter and lower case and is standard in other ways except it lacks a margin release and back-spacer. It is a bargain for those learning to typewrite, for use at home or in a car. Order yours now before they are sold out. Ask to try out the machine. I. G. DEWEL Advance Office. Supervisqr_IsH^t to Family Gathering"Thursday BALGEMANS AT WHITTEMORE HAVE REUNION Whittemore, Dec. 5—A Thanksglv- in family reunion was held at Supervisor F. j. Balgenmn's last Thursday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, •Mallard; the George Balgeman!) and Harry Balgeman, West Bend; Viola Heller, Algona; Ruth Balgeman, who teaches a Sheffield; Oscar Schattschneider Frank Behnke, Webster City, Luth eran teacher; Viola Balgeman, re cently returned from Chicago, where she graduated from nurses' train ing; William Heller, with the re forestation army at Bunch; Louis Bcrnice, Raymond, and Delbert Bal genian, at home. Mrs. Johnson was formerly Meta Balgeman. College Students Come Home— Lloyd Roth, who attends Ames college, was here Sunday. LucilU Reimers, also Ames College, spen." the week-end with her. parents, Mr and Mrs. Reimers. Lester Quinn who attends school at Iowa Falls visited his father, C. A. Quinn. Rose ella Voig-t and James Fleming, who attend at Mason City were over Sun day visitors at their parental home Farewell for the Hantlemaiis— A farewell party was given Sun day evening by the Fatrvllle Lutlv eran church board for Mr. and Mrs, WHmur Hantleman, who will move to a farm six miles from Minnea polls. Other Whittemore News The R. A. Bartletts were last Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Bartlett's parents, the Schroeder B, Burt. The Loy Olivers, Le Mars, were at Mrs. Alice R. Calry's. Other dinner guests were the William Olivers and the Joseph Olivers, Vil lisca. The Joseph Olivers, Clete Oliver, Emmestburg-, Mrs. William Oliver, and Mrs. Cairy drove to Elk- acler Friday t o visit Sister M. Thomasine, who teaches at St. Joseph's Academy there. The George Meyers, the Erwin Bruhns, and Mrs. Louis Nissen ivere turkey the latter's iampbell, Spencer. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Meyer are sisters. The >arty -was accompanied home by Louise Campbell, who visited here till Sunday evening, when Edward Jreinert, and Lydia, Lawrence, and Verda Meyer took her home. Herman Voig-lu, son Raymond, and Arthur Heldenwith drove to Mason City Monday to take back Rosella Voight, Marie Miller, Fenton, Florence Dehnert, Algona, and Hatty Richter, Wesley, The Voight, Miller; and Richter girls attend the Hamilton business college at Mason City, and Miss Dehnert works there. Mr. and Mrs. j. E, Walker entertained at Thanksgiving- dinner the R. O. Bjustroms, Barney Platt, and the Carl Walkers,, Algona, the Har old Walkers, Delavan, Minn, and Lillian Heidenwlth. The Harold Wai kei-s came Wednesday and stayed till Friday, guests at Algona Whittemore. The following persons drove to Cylinder the other night to surprise Mr. and Mrs. Edrriond Carmody who will move to Graettinger soon. Messrs, and Mesdames William Rusch, Ray Oliver, and the Car Hansens; Bert Higgins, Emmets burg; and the Walter Ohms, Fen ton. Mr. and Mr s .Marcus McCuster, o£ Prole, spent from last Thursday till Saturday with local relatives and friends, and from here went to Iowa Falls to visit Mrs. McCuster's sister, Mrs. Fred Bailey. Mrs. Me Ouster was formerly Mary Gappa Whittemore. The Ignatz Eisenbackers and the Norbert Hilberts, St. Benedict, the Joseph Studers, Wesley. Lorraine Combs, Rodman, and Mrs. Emma Hilbert and her family were last Thursday dinner guests at Roman Eisenbacker's. Banker and Mrs. John Uhlenhake entertained at .G:30 dinner and three tables bridge Sunday evening. Guests were Ray Olivers, the Carl Hansens, the R. L. Burdines, the Tim O'Briens, and the William Rusches. The Harold Kueckers Delavan Minn., visited Sunday with local relatives, going back that evening ac- oompanied by the son Jimmy, who spent last week with his grandpar- Honor Rolls for Ledyard High School Pupils Posted Ledyard, Des. 6—The second six weeks of school ended with tho following high school student on the honor roll: seniors—James Logan, Tihner Halyerson, Adah and Idah Telkamp, Lillian Sanders, and Anna Jones; juniors—Lillian Klinksiek, Elaine Blame, Ella Goetz, and Marjorie Matzener; sophomore— Luetta Gelhaus; freshman — (lien day dinner guests of daughter, Mrs. Lee ents, Mr er. Thanksgiving dinner guests Bert Fusohen's, West Bend, Air. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, Sari, and Minnie Elbert, .and Mrs. William Kueck- at were Otto, Dick Vaughn, the Le o Walters family Mrs. Helen Walters, daughter Geneva. Irene Heller, Wilma Airhart, Ray. nond Balgeman, and Matilda Wag- ier, high school pupils, were exempt "rom agriculture examinations last veek because of good notebooks. The agricultural class tested milk. Frank Behnke and Viola Balgeman were Friday evening guests of R. C. Reimers, Fenton, and he xccompanled them to Whittemore 'or a call on Frank Behnke at Albert Behnke's. Mr, and Mrs. Christ Meyer en- ertained at dinner Saturday even- ng. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ar- iold Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baas, T r., and Edward Baas, Storden, Minn. Harry, Ruth, Viola, and Ray Bal- ^cman, Oscar Schattschneider, and '"'rank Behnke, Webster City, and Viola Heller were Sunday dinner quests at ~ ' ard. William ?amp at Bunch, was at home for Thanksgiving, and Lucian Meurer, the Lake View camp, came Friday, going back Sunday evening. Mi-, and Mrs. William Rusch Jr. ntertained at Thursday evening dinner Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rusch Sr. he H. R. Zumachs, the Otto Ruhn- ces, and the William Meyers. The William Kueckers, West C. C. Johnson's, Mai- Heller, of the C. C. C. , Bend, called Monday at H. Kueck- on 'Mrs. Erwin Kuecker, who suffered ollision injury in elsewhere an automobile reported. The C. w. Hansens and Ruth nn Smith were last Thursday din- icr guests of the P. J. Hansens, lolstein. C. W. is a son of Mr. and Irs. P. J. Hansen. Jimmy, son of the Harold Kueck- rs, Delavan, Minn., spent a few ays last week with his grandpar- weeks ago the camp was moved to Elmore for the winter. Other Ledynrd ICeivs. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Marjorie accompanied Mrs. Mayer's sister, Miss Dunham, home to Waterloo for Thanksgiving. >En route home Sunday they visited the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey at Rowan. uaoie, Henrietta 0 Weefe, Lois Wilson. Teachers Away for Holidays- All the teachers spent their Thanksgiving vacations out' of town: Miss Stranahan at her home, Fayette; Miss Kelly, at Charles City; Miss Jones, Brooklyn; Miss iRandall, Mason City; Miss Kitley and Mr. Granner, Hardy and paton; Miss Dunham, Waterloo; the Lau- ritzens at Klemme, Miss Underkofler, Britt 'and the V. A. Barretts at Livermore. Schoolmasters Club Meets- Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett attended -the school master's club at Algona last week Monday night. Dinner was served at the Algona hotel. Guests were given complimentary tickets to the Algona Junior class play "Apple Sauce" and the entertainment was fine and greatly appreciated. F. B. Meets Tomorrow Night— The general Farm Bureau meets Friday at John Heitland's. The program committee is Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Wortman and Mr. and Mrs. George Winters. The meeting will be a Christmas party and gifts will be exchanged. Young People Are Married— Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz, and Reuben, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Balvance, were married Thanksgiving day by the Rev. Mr. Depping of the German 'Reformed church. C. C. C. Youth Conies Home- Gerald Warner, who is in re-forestation work, was home for over Thanksgiving. He was first stationed at Fort Snelling, but two MANY FENTON FOLKS OBSERVE THANKSGIVING " ~ Fenton, Dec. 5— The E. R. Schleis entertained the Edward Jolstens and Alfred Schlel, Klemme, Verona Weisbrod, Minneapolis, and the Mike Weisbrods, Fenton, at Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday. The L. G. Losses and the Marion Losses were guests, at the Rev. J. T. Snyder's, the R. C. Goetsches, Pauline Osborn, and the Arthur Priebes, at Car Priebe's, Mildred Goetsch, Des Moines, the Harold Goetsches, and Agnes Goetsch were at George Goetschs. At C. H. Geronsln's were the Henrik Fauerbys, Eldora; the George Wilsons and Esther Horswell, Annstrong-; the A. L. Petersons Ringsted the Charles Stewarts, Bode, and tlie E. C. Fauerbys. The Dr. A. T. Whitlows, Swea City, were at Frank Bailey's; the C. L. Osborns and Mrs. Emma Curry, at F. J. Weisbrod's; Margaret Scare, Radcliffe, and Howard Robertson, Eldora, at Samuel Sctll'G's Joseph McGovern, of Whitternorei. Verona Weisbrod, and the Mike Weisbrods were G o'clock dinner guests at W. P. Weisbrod's. The Earl Deans were 6 o'clock dinner guests al Harley Green 1 ?, Algona. Seniors Kavo Pictures Taken— The high school seniors went to Algona last week Tuesday for photographs and were entertained at a matinee at the Call by the photographer. There are 12 members in the senior class: August Meyer Lo~ la Warner, Mathilda Runke, Edwin Luedtke, Lloyd Cornelius. Oscar Berkland, Leo Kramer, Hazel Weisbrod, Marie Sctmllln, Ardis Voigt,. Virginia Frank, and Verona Radig, Wander Attends State Meeting Philip Wander was a Des Moines business visitor last week Tuesday and attended a meeting- of county boards and sealers in connection with the new federal corn loan pro- grram. He is one of five members of the Kossuth board. Farewell f 0r Barbara Randan" — A farewell surprise party was g-,iiv. en last week Wednesday night at the John Ulfers home in honor Qtf Barbara Randall, who will accom- ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kuecker near West Bend. George Carmody and bis orchestra played for a dance last Thursday evening at Liveirmore. They played at Monterey, Minn, Saturday nigth. The Fred Helnrichs family visited Saturday and Sunday at Fred Thiemann's near Fairmont, and also visited the son Edgar, who works there. Friday shoppers at Mason City were Mrs. L. Walters, daughter Jannice, Mrs. Helen Walters, daughter Geneva, and Earl and Minnie El- jert. The H. S. Daileys and Dr. and Mrs. J. w. McCreery were last .Thursday dinner guests of the doctor's brother J. F. McCreery, Fonda. Esther Behnke, who works at Al- jona, was at home for Thanksgiving and spent the day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke. The Tom. Carmodys and the Ed. Carmodys, Graettlng-er, were last Thursday dinner guests at the Harry Hoi-greaves home Algona. Druggist C. L. Cavanaugh accompanied Druggist K. D. James, Algoa, to an eighth district code meeting at Fort Dodge Friday. The. Nick Meurers, Plover, and the Joseph Meuers, Wesley, were dinner and supper guests at Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr's Sunday. The Frank Bells., Blue Earth, were last Thursday guests at the D. Cordes home. Mrs; Cordes went to Blue Earth with them. Herbert, son of the Herman James Mayne's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Darg, Homestead, Okla., and daughters Shirley and Mrs. Leonard Robinson and the latter's husband are here.. iNorma Kelly and Marjorie Stranahan attended the Junior high school declamatory contest at Swea City last week Monday night. The Emory Smiths, and the Henry Mitchells and the Raymond Winters of Lakota spent Thanksgiving at Ray Estle's. The Leon Wordens and the Clifton Engelbys were Thanksgiving guests at Edward Campbell's near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a district meeting of the R. M. C. at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Drew and Junior went to Fort Dodge last Thursday to visit Mrs. Drew's brother. Mrs. Carl Burrows' son Glen spent last week with relatives at Fort Dodge and Gilmore City. Mrs. A. F. Schultz entertained the Methodist Aid last week Tuesday and a good crowd attended. Maxine Mason, Fairmont, visited her aunt,- Mrs. George Thompson last week Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Bashara and daughter Beverly Jean came home from Bancroft Friday. The Earl Jenks, Blue Earth spent 'Sunday with his mother, Mrs Blanche Jenks. Mildren Barger of Lakota spent the last week with her sister Mrs Edw. Knoner. Darlene Huntley of Elmore visited her friend Alice Mayne last Thursday. The George Thompsons spent last Thursday with relatives at Lu- Verne. Elvin Carpenter visited friends at Ohn from Thursday to Sunday. pany her sister, Mrs. Wilmar Han- teman, to a new farm home near Minneapolis. Postcards for Veterans Sent— The Legion Auxiliary had a guest meeting at the Legion rooms Friday. Christmas cards were donated for a postcard shower at the veterans hospital. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe was hostess. Warner Leaves C .C. C. Cainp— Oscar Warner, Lake View, came home Friday. He had been in a C. C. C. camp there, but will not E-O back. Other Fenton News The first meeting of the Evening Bridge club was held at Mr. and Mrs. F. p. Newel's last week Monday evening-. Mis. O. H. 'Graham and w. V. Yager won the high scores, H. H. Widdell low. Mrs. Ray Ptoobor was hosUss to thj Xew Deal Bridge club tho sa-ne evening, and Mrs. S. W. Meyer won the travel pri'/.e. Among: students and teachers home for Thanksgiving were Arthur Kuecher, Ames, Leon a Borchardt, Cedar Falls, Irene Newel, Belmond Frances Bailey, Britt, Mildred Goetsch, Des Moines, and Verona Weisbrod, Minneapolis. Dewey Tubbs, Marshall, Minn., came early last week to visit his wnete, O. j. Ranney, and attend the funeral of his father-in-law Frank McChesney, last week Monday at Zelma, daugher of Mr. and Mrs August -Meyers, has been suffering from, a nervous breakdown. A trained nurse was in charge several days Fast week. Mrs. T. N. Me Fall had been bedfast more than a week with lumbago, but was again up last weekend. Mrs. William Miers cared for her. Esther Kdmunds, Stanton, .came last week Wednesday to visit Mrs F. P; Newel and other friends. She is a former primary teacher here. Francrs. Stansberry and a friend from, Des Moines visited part of Fast week with the former's sister, Mrst Donald Weisbrod The Methodist W- F.' M. S. meets at the church this week Thursday hostesses, Mrs. G. W. Newel and Urs- H. p. Weisbrod. Tbe W. J. Weisbrods, the Donold Weisbrods, and Florence Weisbrod spent Friday at Hugo Denker's at Lester. The Earl Deans were six o'clock dinner suests of the Harley Greens Alg-ona, Thursday. Vaudts, drove to Ida Grove last week Wednesday for an over Sunday visit with friends. The Frank Farrells went to Waterloo last week Wednesday for Thanksgiving at the home of the son Willis. Edward, son of Peter Dahlhauser Jr., Tallulah, La., left for home Friday, after two weeks with relatives here. The C. L. Cavanaughs were last Thursay dinner guests of Mrs Cavanaugh's sister Mrs. B. A Gotch Humboldt. uoicn, Olga and Esther Discher, Wall Lake, visited last Thursday and Friday at their brother the Rev W H Discher's. The Hoi-old Walkers, Delavan Minn., went home Saturday, after visits with relatives here and at Algona. The Edward WHkins family, Clarksviiie, were over Sunday guests of Supt. and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman. Relatives and friends gathered Monday evening for a card party at Supervisor F. j. Balgeman's. Mrs. Anna Dau visited from last week Wednesday till Saturday at her son William's at Algona. A play, Jane Takes a Hand, given by. pupils of the junior Academy class, was & big success. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward and their family W er« last Thursday dinner guests at Ames. Ava. Simpson, Parkersburg- was a guest over Sunday of her sister, Mrs. William Reimers. Henry Flommer and Cecil Bjustrom have been sick. SLJOE YOUTH MARRIED TO MINNESOTAN St. Joe, Dec. 5—Last week Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock took place the marriage of Viola, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips, Ciaremont, Minn., to Clarence, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kramer, St. JOG, at the St. Francis de Sales church, Claremont, The bride wore a white satin gown and cap-shaped veil, with accessories to match, and carried a bouquet of roses. 'She was attended by her sister 'Hilda, who wore a yellow-lace gown with matching accessories and carried a bouquet of lavender chrysanthemums. Ray Kramer, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man, A wedding dinner was served to the newlyweds and close relatives' at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer will live on the John Kayser farm, northwest of St. Joe, after January 1. McNeils May Sell Station- It is rumored that Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McNeill plan to sell their rural Champlin station and house and move to West Virginia, where they will join Mr. McNeill's mother, who is operating a hotel. The Mc- Neills have operated their station two miles north of St. Joe a little more than two years, and have made a great many friends. They have one child, Jean, 3. Fuhrnians in Family Gatherings- Mr, and Mrs. John Fuihrman and the children are here from a distance to help them celebrate their 50t!h wedding anniversary and gathered at Matt Faber's Thanksgiving day for a reunion. They all spent Sunday at Charles Plathe's, and this week they plan gatherings at John Thill's, near Whittemore, and Louis Fuhrman's. Little Girl is Sick— Stella Mae Redin-g, 6, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reding, has been abed two weeks, .the result of a. broken blood vessel from which inflammatory rheumatism arose. She is slowly improving. Appendicitis Patient Home Again — Regina Krucher returned to the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet Sr., late last week, and is recuperating from her recent operation for appendicitis. School Pupils Give Program— A short Thanksgiving program was given by the second room of St. Joseph's school last week Wednesday as entertainment for the rest of the school. Catholics Observe Holy Bay— This week Friday will be observed as a holy day of obligation, the Immaculate Conception of the B. V. M. Masses will be .said at 8 and 10 a. m. Frank Weydert Has Birthday— A number of relatives and friends gathered at Frank Weyder.t's Sunday evening to help him celebrate a namesday. Cards was .tihe diversion. Party Planned Tomorrow Night- Mrs. John Becker will have charge of'a committee serving lunch at a card party at the St. Joseph parish hall this week Friday night. Party for Baseball Players— The baseball' boys' met at Eugene Thul's Friday night for an evening of cards. Luncfr was served 1 by the host. Wedding Dance Drirws Crowd— A very large crowd attended a Phi Hips-Kramer wedding dance at Livermore last week Wednesday night. Daughter for James Beckers— Born to Mr. • and' Mrs. James Becker December 3, a 9-Ib eirl their first child'.. ' Other St. Joe. Mr. and' Mrs. G'eorge' Balk, of Le Sueur, Minn., and their daughter Irene, accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Steil Sr:, Eden Valley, Minn., and Mrs. George Koch-, Lena, Wis came Saturday night and spent iSunday at John Hammer's and with other relatives. They left Monday for home; except Mrs. Koch, who remained to visit relatives and old friends at Algrona, and from .there is to leave late in the week for Milwaukee- to- visit a married son, Joseph. John Kayser, Fort Dodge, accompanied by Mrs. John Thul, St. Joe and' Mrs. Nick Eischen, Cylinder, drove to Claremont, Minn., last week Tuesday to attend the wedding of a niece, Viola Phillips, to Clarence Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer and Mary McDonald 1 were also there. Many were saddened Sunday when .they learned of the death of Martin Frankl. He was a former St. Joe boy who once lived with his parents on the Archie Hutchison farm now occupied by John Von Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob German, their daughter, Mrs. Benny Kurth, and the latter's small daughter Joyce, all of Blue Earth, were Thanksgiving 'guests at William Reding's Mrs. Reding is a daughter of the Germans. Mike Kupper, his mother, Mrs Joseph Kupper, and Mrs. Fred Schad, visitors here from Lindsay Tex., Jos. Sehad, and Richard <Hoberer, St. Joe, left last week for Plainyiew, Minn., to visit relatives. Nicholas Becker, Trinity college, Sioux City, came last week Wednesday for Thanksgiving with the home folks. His brother Thomas took him to Pocahontas Sunday on *he way. back. Swea City Builds Recovery Program Swea City's civic works admin* istration project is street gravel ing. The project has been approved, and nine men were put to work last week Tuesday morning, four as truck drivers at 75c an hour, the rest as manual laborers at >50c. .Forty, days' work, is ex-> pected. The gravel is being taken from a county pit on the John O'Neil farm three miles southeast of Armstrong. West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Whittemore, spent Thanksgiving at William iReding's. Mrs. Joseph Becker has been sick and was confined to her bed the' past week. (Emma Becker is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Caspar Kayser, of Claremont, Minn., came last week Wednesday to visit relatives, going back next day. Mrs. Edw. Hammer has spent the week at Algona, visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. C. HoLtzbauer. Lucille Simon, St. Benedict, came last week Wednesday night to visit at Susie Ziemet's. The A. C. Holtzbauers, Algona, spent Sunday at John Hammer's. Mrs. Nick Phillips, Claremont, Minn., is visiting relatives here. The Harvey Stevens were taken by surprise Sunday, when Mrs. Steven's brother, George. Wermersen, and his family, of South Dakota, drove in for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgln, Inwood, spent last week Wednesday night at Harvey Steven's, going on to Rudd last Thursday for Thanksgiving with Mr. .Hodgln's mother ad sister. Mrs. Hodgln was Pearl Steven. Thanksgiving dinner guests at Clem Cunningham's were Mrs. Warmbier, Lu Verne, daughter Lena, the John Millers, St. Benedict, the Hallard Snyders, and tho A. L. Greenfields. At , .Tamos Brophy' s were the Ferris Johnsons, Gilmoro City, and the W. C. Taylors. Mrs. G. B. wise spent last Thursday at the Henry Phillips home, Wesley, where the family met for Thanksgiving dinner. The Harvey Stevens psne Sunday evenig at Loyd 1 Steven's, near Burt. Leo Stevens Is able to be up and around. again, after a siege of the mumps. Freeman Ash came Sunday to spend the winter at Clem Cunningham's. The A. L. Greenfields were Sunday dinner guests at William Greenfields's, near Irvington. The George Gowins family, Mason City, were also there, Mrs. Gowins being a daug-h- oC the William Greenfields. •Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, Algona, were Sunday evening guests at Albert Grosenbach's. The Grosen- bachg spent Friday at Mason City. Mrs. Orvllle Hedrlck spent Sunday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital, visiting Mrs. William Hedrick, who fell a week ago and broke a hip. I South Cresco - , son , Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald, and Eva McDonald, all of Winfred, S. D., came last week Wednesday for a few days with relatives here. 'Ray, Alma, and Julianne Kayser, Mabel Bischman, and Hilda and Ar- leae (Phillips, Owatonaa. Minn., came last week Wednesday for a shout visit with relatives, going back Friday. ° Mr. and Mrs, (Qeorge Reding of Thanksgiving guests at George Brazee's were Mr. and Mrs. George Steil Sr., Rose and John steil, St. Benedict, the Simon Henrys, am George Hahle. Rose remained for week with her siste.r, Mrs. Brazee Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hiserodt and Mr. ami Mrs. w. V. Pool were guests of the L. G. Pools, Renwick The August Browns, were guests last Thursday at W. H. Brandow'; Mr. and Mrs. Frans Teeter, the Vorn Teeters, and Mildred Brandow were at J. p. Larson's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey left last week Wednesday to visit the latter's relatives, and were ac companiied- by Evelyn Walters and Harold Clayton, who visited rela tlves at Stamvood, all returning Sunday. * Guests last Thursday of the L R Buttons were the Jos. Koppens and Vivian Dutton. Live,™™.,* «u» J should Rave a Telephone*' ^^ - ""*- ^r ^. • ™ ' - ' as twenty Yo^yill fimfour, economical quire today ligation. "" " tia "« with, —See- BUSINES! DIRECTOR] KOSSUTH Weekly N Entered December 31, 1908 at at Algona,'i ow °°; "He fanners' annual loss from fire would build 40,000 homes-of • value of $2,500 each," says the report of the National Fire Waste Council. With • telephone on the farm, aid can .be summoned quickly in case of fire and almost always buildings and live stock can be saved. '. B. tjuarton QUAHTOTf A Phone.: Otttee" ft^ Iowa, Office Iowa Phone STOMVAN-, McMAHOJf ft ri, J. W. Sullivan s E . L. B. Limuln Attorneys-at-Ln Phone 287Att0rneyS - at ^ ;j , Office over Postofflce. 8. S. TAN NESS, G. IV. STtti; nwi Lawyers uinc6 over Iowa stnta i PhonojlS-w^J^fej 3. D, Shumway j. D , SHUSnVAY A KELH -""" ••oj'o-uL-ijaw Phone^^^^ I.. A. WINKElT Atttoruey-at-LaTt , Office in Qulnby Building Phone 180 — HIBAM B. WHITB Attornoy-at-taw Office over Iowa State ' Phone 206. Algona, iJ P. A. DANSON Attorney.Af-Law Office over Iowa State,Banl Phones: Office, 460-j,; CARROL A. WAJTDEB Attorncy-at-LsTT Office over Postofflce. Phone 65 Button. IJvermore. the M . and I. A. Duttons, and Messrs Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce .«=turned last week Wednesday from Pomeroy and Hanson. This W os their wedding trip, meL they a r e now at W. A, MoArthurs. LEGAL NOTICES! vi, virtue ed to KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3 e , l i he - reby given '"at by of Special Execution direct- me from the Clerk of the 1 C °< U ? of Koss «h coUv on judgment rendered in sa!d court on the 26th day of iSeu temtoer. 1933, in favor of S W %,"' ^"ntendeat of Banking of the State of Iowa, as receiver ot the Kossuth County state Bank Algona, Iowa, as ' p n Block Five (5) Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, as defendants for the sum of One Thousand Four execu- m Sey en (7), »m ,-ssx\r a in Block Five (Plat of property, or so much thereof . costs at public C °a S u t ion d highest bidder, for cash on the nst day of D as said the door w the the i8 Dated this 9th day of November, Plaintiffs Attorney. ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Inc. 1917 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1,000^00.00 THIS ASSOCIATION has always paid regular dividends of not less than 7 per cent on installment shares. And 5 per cent on paid up shares. ASSETS OTER $138,000 OVER FOUR HUNDRED accounts holding shares in association. UNUSUAL SAFETY through conservatively appraised city real estate loans is your security. LOANS ARE first mortgage loans reducing each month and fullv insured. INVESTMENTS in Building & Loan shares can be made at any time in any amount. Your earnings start at once. OUR ASSOCIATION is state supervised and is a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank. We Invite Inquiries, ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN - ASSOCIATION 7 North Dodge St. B. LA BARRE, See»y, A. Hutchison T. C. Huldiij HUTCHISON & JIUTCHISOS Attprncys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 DOCTORS JOHN N. KEtfEFICK Pliyslclnn and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug I Office phone 300 Res. phone 324. C. H. CRETZ9TEYER, I. B. | Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block,| Phones 444-J10. Ugona P. V. JAN8E, M. D, Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Sti Phones: Office, 666; residence, I Algona, Iowa WALTER FBA8EB, M. D. I Physician and Surgeon I Office Jn Quinby Bldg., Room 1^ Phone No. 12 JtfELVIN 0. BOUBNB Physician and Burgeon Office In Postoffice Block Pbonea: Office, 197; residence,] W. I>. ANDREWS, 1). 0. Oiteopathlc Physlelan »ni Located in General Hospital Phones: Office 187, R«.J!!J i DENTISTS DB, H. M. OLSON Dentist. das or novocalne used traction. Located over Chrlstensen S« Phones: Business 166, residence < Algona, Iowa ====== VETERINARIANS i. w. J, B. WINKE1 Veterinarians West State Street, Phones: Office, ' INSUBANCE OTtRUNO Every woman who loves her home, oilov «ngly plans it as » bride- to-be, fin d» in the MARY II pattern he* ideal of fine silver. She sees expressed w the refined beauty of its design the very spirit of her home— true and genl' Silver » genuinely A. H. Borchardt KOSSUTH COUNTY DCSUBAIfCJS ASSO Over 115,000,000 worth of insur in force. A home qompany. secure. D. D. Paxaon. MIMEOGRAPH1 ADVANCE

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