Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1934
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MOB TWO K088OTH COttNfy ADVANCB, AMONA, IOWA Rummage Sale UN MANUFACTURERS & JOB BERS WINTER MERCHANDISE A 10 TO 30 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR Ladies' new rub- 1 Of* fcers, pair I «*U ^Children's union Aflfl* suits "tOU Men's drawers, 4 CM pair I «**» Men's heavy 9Cf* ribbed shirts fc%lv Buttons, Of% card t*» Children's stockings, ^^ all sizes, pair I *» Laundry soap, 1 Hf* 6 bars I UW REMNANTS TO CLOSE OUT Children's school shoes Sizes 8 1-2 to 2. Boys' high cut boots Ladies' dress pumps, pair Ladies' leather shoes, wool lined Boys' 1-buckle overshoes, pair _. Hand soap, 3 bars Soap Chips .regular 25c box, 2 boxes_ 25 boys' school suits, sizes 1 to 18, values up to $20.00, now ___ Boys' lace breeches, pair — Boys' and men's pants, pair Men's work £4 tltl shoes, pair ^ I «UU Sizes 10 to 11. Joe Bloom $1.95 $1.00 . 95c .. 50c .7c FOR SERVICE Freshen Up Your COAT Being dropped on office chairs and falling off of hangers does not add to (lie good looks of your coat. But our dry cleaning docs—find ive take out every wrinkle, besides eliminating shine. Bend us your wearing 1 apparel foi cleaning, pressing and repairing'. Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. We Call For and Deliver. TIW CUttlFICD ANC and BST Quickly Yield to FDP Annoying Night Coughs and Had -Bore Throats quickly yield to Famous Doctor's Prescription. This prescription is called Tlioxine The v_ery first swallow soothes your irritated throat and stops your cough. Unlike gargles and cough eyrups, which touch only the surface. Thoxine goes directly to the internal cause and quickly 'brings you hack to normal. Millions of bottles sold. An amazing success. f)on t take chances with old fashioned remedies when you can get this famous doctor's .prescription for only S6c. Demand Tlioxine at Ha. W. Lusby Drug Co. ADVANCE WANT ADS 6ELL Burt Savings Bank Declares 5 Percent Dividend OLD OFFICERS REFLECTED AT ANNUAL MEET Burt, Jon. 16—The Burt Savings Twenty Years Ago Mrs. F. W. Waterhouse had diet at Cednr Falls, following an operation. She Was born in 1SB9 at Irv Ington, the daughter of the Thomn Robisons, and was one of the firs babies In the county. The Calls hat mado their first settlement In Algo- bank held its annual stockholders na only five years before her birth, meeting last week Tuesday, and the officers and directors were all reelected. A 5% dividend was declared. Dr. W. T. Peters is president; F. E. Kubey, executive vice president; J. T. Heaney, Cashier. Other directors laro L. E. Llnnnn, Algona, G. W Blelch, Sen. Geo. W. Patterson, anc Editor-Postmaster W. A. MacAr ithur. Among other shareholders are W. 13. Bleich, William Boettcher LeRoy Boettcher, C. B. Chipman George Gerhards, Mrs. Ellzabetl Patterson and K. J. Smith. 0. E. S. Officers Installed— The following officers of Kossuth chapter No. 201, O. E. S. were in stalled at the meeting last week Tuesday evening: Mrs. Ida Paine W. M.; R. H. Thompson, A. M. Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, A. M.; F. E Rubey, A. P.; Lulu Hawcott, sec'y Mrs. Nellie Dremmel, treasurer; Mrs Tressio Brace, cond.; Mrs. Anna Vinnaas, asso. cond.; Lottie Hawcott, marshal; Mrs. Nellie Klamp, organist; Jennie Thompson, Adah Mrs. Nellie McWhorter, Ruth; Ivn, Trunkhill Esther; Helen Schroder, Martha; Mrs. Gertrude Thaves, El ecta; Mrs. Maude Hanna, warden Mrs. Nettie Dorrance, chaplain; anc W. H. Klamp, sentinel. Twin Boys for C. M. Grosses- Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Gross, west of Burt farmers are parents of twin boys, born Sunday, Jan. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Gross have three other boys and one girl. Mrs. Robert Cogdill is helping care for the new arrivals. Mrs. "VV. R. Carney returned Saturday after several days at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Nichtern, near Graetinger. Friends Observe Wedding Dale— A group of friends went to the W. J. Lockwood home Friday evening to help them celebrate their wedding anniversary. Those there were the H. A. Gettma-ns, Wayne Manns, G. E. Braces, and H. A. Salisburys. The affair was a surprise. Presbyterians Have Special Services Special services are being held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday. Thursday, and tomorrow evenings this week. Yesterday the Rev. C. Paul Carlson, Algona, preached and to-morrow the Rev. S. M. Glalstone, Loo Rock, will preach. Pattersons Market G Cars Sheep— Sen. G. W. Patterson came from Dos Moines Saturday and lie and :iis brother, C. W. took six carloads of sheep In to Chicago Saturday night. They have now marketed most of their sheep. County Legion \\MI1 Meet— There will be a county joint L/e-ion and Auxiliary meeting here lext Wedesday evening. Talks will >e given by district and county officers. The business meeting will bo followed by a lunch and dance. Joy Breaks Bono Coasting— The sixteen year old son of Mr. ind Mrs. Ernest Riedel broke both Jones in his ankle Sunday while coasting- with his brothers and sis- Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black and ittle daughter 'and Mrs. Leonard Dittmer returned last week Wednes-lay from Cache, Okla., where they lart spent a month with Mr. Black's and Mrs. Dittmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Black, former Burt res- dents. Mrs. G. W. Leek, Arnegard, N. D. visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Floyd Duncan, where lier father, W. H. Smith, who was been seriously ill for some time, is being cared for. Mr. Smith is much improved at present. Mrs. C. E. Sig-sbee, Mrs. Tony Jamil, Mrs. s. M. Peterson, and Mrs. E. B. Dittmer met at the AYill Ring- doi-f home last week Wednesday afternoon and made out the calendar for the Portland Progress club foi HI3-1. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whitney took their daughter Jeaneta to Maxwel Saturday, where she will stay with her aunt and attend school until hei parents move there March l. The Ivan Long family moved Thursday to the farm recently v a cated by the E. R. Colllnson family The Longs have lived near Sweft City for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Mrs Mary Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. J H. Graham were guests ait a waffle supper at the M. L, vinaas home Sunday evening. Mrs. Louise Staley, Aurora, 111 visited last week at the E. H. Staley home and transacted business matters. Mrs. staley owns a farm near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman were called to Armstrong Sunday by the illness of Mrs. Chipman's aunt, Mrs Harry Helgason, who died that evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and daughter Hannabelle and Nina and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf visited W p Giddings at Wesley Sundav. The Woman's Home Missionary Society will meet Saturday afternoon at Mrs. C. S. Coffin's with Mrs. Geo (-•ray as assistant hostess Junior Schenck celebrated his Oth Birthday Saturday afternoon by eii- tortaining a group of his boy friends it a party at his home. The Seniors and Juniors and al -'roup of invited friends held a dan- ing party in the Legion hall last Saturday evening. Fred Main, Grundy Center, came ast week Tuesday for an extended visit at the home of his sister Mrs. I. G. Clapsaddle. Tho U & I Circle will hold its annual banquet for the husbands >i the members tomorrow noon in be Legion hall. Tlie Richard Gabriels, Armstrong," pent Sunday at the M. M. Ohipman iomo. Mrs. Gabriel is Mrs Chipnan's sister. ' The Leonard Schmidts, Corwith nd Mrs. Robert Moore and child- en visited. Sunday at the Paul Moore home. The Birthday Circle will meet tomorrow with Mrs. Belle Reynolds. * * » * The annual election of the- conn ty historical society was <to be 'held and local speakers were on the program. * » * * Explosion of an oil line on on M. & St. L. engine in the round house here had resulted in a loss of an eye for James Pentecost, employe. It broke just ns the engine was leaving the building. * * * « J. B. Johnston was considering candidacy for sheriff on the Bull Moose lUcket. Though that party was short-lived, it was for the moment almost as strong as either of the old parties. * * • « Dr. E. E. Savers had been attacked by a bull on the Julian farm, but a. farm hand had chased the animal off and the doctor suffered only two broken ribs. * * * * In three months three Algonlans had realized a profit of $3120 on the purchase and re-sale of a 240-acre farm near Burt. They had only $1000 invested, and they bought at $88 an a-cre and sold at 5101. * * * « "Tom" Keefe, well known Northwestern conductor, had died, and train crews were let off to attend the funeral ait Eagle Grove. * * * * Lela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Peck had just been married to Geo. J. Stewart, and they had gone to the Twin Cities for their honey"~ nions were charter members: J. B. Johnston, C. R. Madson, J. D. Caugh- Hn, E. J. Van Ness, E. B. Sergeant, Dr. E. S. Qlnsler, J, A. Brown, W. E- Laird, A. L. Peterson, and W- C. Dewel.. • t • * Each class In high school had been organized to give performances in the auditorium of the then new Bryant annex. * * * * Milton Norton •was Si state univer slty student and a member of the Zetagathian forensic 'society. The society and one of the others then maintained an inter-collegiate debait ng league, and Milton had won sec ond place on the S. U, I. team. • * * * B. N. Weaver, father of M. Weaver, had died at the home of a laughter at Des Moines. The body vas brought to Algona for burial, * * » » The Corn belt Poultry show was not to be held. There was not enough nterest to keep it going. • * * * Sheldon, Spencer, and Algona had >rganized a triangular debating league, and a debate was to be held, vith one contestant from each town aking part at each town. * * * * A cousin of the Rev. F. O. Taylor lad been murdered at Plum Coulee, lanitoba. He was manager of a ii-anch bank, and a lone robber shot lim. A federal dairy expert whs to come to make arrangements for buying good cows dn Wisconsin. A public meeting was to be held at the courthouse, the farmers were then to order what they wanted. * * * * The annual delinquent tax sale had taken only 20 minutes. There were only four bidders. Don'ald * * * * Hutchison, How ard Mawdsley, and Edna Sorensen were to uphold the affirmative, and Alfred Kresensky, Dicie Beane, and Fred Geigel the negative, in a high school debate on the advisability of requiring corporations engaged in interstate commerce to take out federal charters. * * * » The Advance that week was a Christmas advertising issue, and 24 pages were printed, requiring three Sections, which was considered a great achievement in country news- papering.. * « * • An Algona Moose lodge had been founded by a national director from "ioux City, and the following Algo- ***« The Emmetsburg Democrat had reused Algona of having failed to ppeor for a football game against Jlarion, but Supt. Overmyer said o game had been scheduled against Clarion. * * » * Tho district court clerk's office had been entered, but nothing of value was missing. Entrance was gained to the office, but not to the vault. • * * * Ray s McWhorter was then attending Ames college, and a newspaper dispatch said he Avas one of the leaders in a track race at Columbus, Ohio, and was being considered for captain for the Ames team the following year. * * • * Methodist & Congregational girls' and boys' basketball teams had been organized. * * * * A private garage building "bee" was in progress. One was being built for the Rev. F. C. Taylor. Frank and p. J* Kohlhaas and bought the Patterson & Son grocery store. * * * * The Advance carried a picture of L. H. Mayne, onetime editor of the Algona Republican, then editor of the Emmetsburg Reporter, who was shown hauling home a load of corn he had himself raised. His newspaper claimed he could pick more corn than any other newspaper man in lowai. Farewell Surprise Party Given for St. Joe Couple friends gathered at Alful Reeling's ast week Wednesday evening and from there drove to Joe Kramer's to give a farewell surprise. The Kramers are moving to the Stewart farm south of Algona. The evening was spent at cards and socially. Mr. and Mrs. Kramer were presented with a blanket as a remembrance. To Attend Silver Wedding- John Keyser, of Fort Dodge, accompanied by Edward and Irwin ELschen, of Cylinder, and Herman Illg and Eugene Thul, of St. Joe ( left Saturday for Owatonna, Minn., where -they will attend a double silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips and Mr. and Mrs Caspar Keyser. John Kayser is a brother of Mrs. Phillips, and Cas par Kayser and the others are neph ews. Newlywcils Settle on Farm- John Thul, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer, drove to Claremont a week ago Monday, returning the following day. Mr. Thu came with his truck to get furniture canned fruit, chickens, etc., belong ing to the Kramers. The Kramers who were recenty married, will live on the John Kayser farm this year It was occupied the past year by the Joe Kramers. Truck Skids into Ditch- Isaac Smith, of Lvermore, work ing on a C\VA project hauling grav el, ditched his truck Saturday when it skidded on icy roads. He coming from Livennore with empty truck and as he turned from a secondary road onto Highway 109 his truck made a complete turn anc landed in the ditch. No damage was done. Friendly Club in Meeting— The Friendly Club met January 3 at Jack Devine's. Mrs. Wm. Metzen was assisting hostess. There were 14 members present, and the afternoon was spent socially. The next meeting will be Febuary 7 at Mrs. Anton Becker's, with Mrs. Wm. Boldridge assisting hostess. 4tli Boy for John Altmans— Mr. and Mrs. John Alt ma n are the parents of a boy, their fourth child all boys, born Friday. The child was baptized John Nicholas in St Joseph's church Sunday afternoon Sponsors were Margaret Gales and Nicholas Altman. -'liango iu Teachers Made— Maxine Devine, of near Algona las been visiting at school No. e the )ast week or so. Uauiu Hilbert is he present teacher, but has resigned and Miss Devine will take her lace at the end of the month. luldicr Homo ou Furlough _ Francis, son of Mrs. Eva McCon- iell, arrived home last week for a 45 day furlough which he will spend news with relatives and friends He wa& Girl's Tonsils Are Removed— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reding took their daughter Stella Mae to Fort Dodge last Thursday, and she had her tonsils removed. James Reding and daughters Alvina and Alice accompanied them. Ice Harvest Looks Good— The Jos Beckers were busy a couple of days last week filling their ice house. They report the ice only iG inches thick, but very clear asd of exceptional quality. CaTd Party" Next Sunday Another card party is planned for next Sunday night j n st. Joseph s church basement. Mrs. James Reding has charge of the circle serving refresments. Other St. Joe. Mrs. Theodore Wagner. w ho has teen sick with the flu the past week or so, is at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs. George Lenertz • ' Livermore, where her mother is ing for her. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs i er "^ d r>6Vine ^ ba Ptized Ger* aid Michael a week ago Sunday in the Livermore church. Sponsors and near Eagle car- John Klooster, of - - , — _ •**^tw. ''f-1 K"J Grove, has been visiting his sister, Mrs, HIko Karel. The Carl Karels home wit h him WHITTEMORE GIRL MOTHER OFTRIPLETS Whittemore, Jan. 16—Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr. has received «a letter from her daughter, Mrs. Frantz, of Michigan, and a newspaper clipping, as follows: "Triplets at Atheletane Pride of Neighborhood; Never Sick a Day; Talk at 18 Months and Walk at Less Than Year— "Marinette, Wis., Dec. 2<5—Marinette county folk thrill with pride when speaking of the only triplets in the county, Raymond, Mary, and Richard, children of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harteau, of the Lauerman Lodge, near Athelstane, "The children are 18 months old, and not one ihas had a sick day. They were center of attraction at a recent health clinic. The tots walked before they were a year old, and now are able to talk quite a NOTHING JBtJT FIHST GRADE PARTS AND MATERON ALL REPAIRS. >RS. BRUCE EORERT is bit." A picture of the triplets was also in the paper. Joseph Meurer Sr., who died a couple of years ago, once lived with the grandparents of these ;riplets, and Mrs. Meurer knows ;he mother. Musical Comedy is Planned— A musical comedy will 'be presented 'by the Holy Name society this week Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the Presentation acad- my. The cast includes George Carmody, Guinevere Kelly, Ruth Ann Smith, Sylvester Foxsen, Herman FandeJ, Mae O'Brien, Henry laag, John Haag, Joe Loebach, lalph Keene, Kay Higgins, James Butler. A mixed chorus of 12 will :ing. Aid Buys Skelgas Store— The Lutheran Aid met last Thursday in the school diall with he Rev. W. H. Discher, pastor. The tvomen decided to buy a new Skel- ;as stove from R. O. Bjustrom, Al- gqna. Next month's serving committee is Mrs. Charles Ostwald, Mrs. Frank Schattschneider, Mrs. iVm. Rusch Jr., Mrs. Laurence ^ertl, Mrs. August iSchattschneider, nd Mrs. Wm. Roeber. Sosary Society Names Officers- Rosary society officers for 1934 .re: Mrs. P. J. [Foxsen, president; Jlrs. Harve Higley, vice; Mrs. Marin Eischeid, secretary; Mrs. Josph Faber, treasurer. Holy Name fficers are: Harve Higley, presi- ent; 'Leonard Loebach. and Edw. 'arrell, vice ipresidents; Wm. Kely, secretary; James Geedan, treas- rer. 'uilting Bee is Held— A covered-dish luncheon was aken by guests and served at a uilting -bee at Mrs. Carl Ebert's ast week Wednesday. Attending: ttrs. Peter Mueller, daughter Vila, Mrs. William Mueller, daugh- er Alice, Mrs. Michael Thul, Mrs. Vick Reding and Bobby Lee, Mrs. "larl Seip and Edna Schultz. Rosary Society Gives Party- Last week Tuesday evening at a ard party given by the Rosary ociety there were 19 tables of 600 and 12 tables of bridge. After lunch here was a dance. iCard prizes vere won iby Elmo Barber and Mrs Vick Semon, high, at 500, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ligh at bridge. Elbert, Algona, w v Citing relatives in and neftp B le Emnietsburg' Preacher Speaks _ The Rev. Walter Wegener, Em- metaburg, preached in German Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church here, substituting for the Rev. W. H. Discher, who had a cold. The annual meeting for Sunday afternoon was postponed till next Sunday. Stalimer Grandmother iSick— The Rev. H. D. Stahmers, (Fairville, and the Rev. Walter Wegener, Emmetsburg, returned Friday :rom Davenport, where they visited the Rev. Mr. Stahmer'-s grandmother, who had been in a hospital, but was again at home. Parents Are 50 Tears Wed— Mrs. Peter Schumacher and her ions Joseph and Edward went to Clarion last Thursday to attend the tolden wedding Monday of Mrs Schumacher's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Jake Thul,. Mr. Schumacher oined them Sunday. let Contract for Barn — Edward and John M. Parrel drove to Luzerne Saturday to let contract for a barn to replace one cella, daughter of Mrs. Henry Nelson. She was married December 30. Picture from Des Moines Register. week. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mi. and Mrs. George Wagner and " spent las t week ertz's near Livermore. Agatha Thilges Is helping brother of Mrs. Reiling. The Reil- Ex-Whittemore Girl Hotter— i™= were at Carroll part of lagt l Mr> and Mrs |p _ A Hato h ^ word that a boy was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Railph Albright, Algona. Mrs. Albright is the Halm daughter Marie. This is the first child. Academy loses to Ft. Dodge— ,, «,,„ The Presentation academy boys weeks were defeated 26-16 last week Tuesday evening by Sacred Heart iFort Bodge. Son for the Frank Doyles— Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Doyle have received word from Flint, Mich that a boy was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Frank DoyJe, the third son. St. Benedict. ' the week to Simons - "*• c, and Mrs. Herlew Neilsen, and Dwayne Benge, of near Bi-adgate Mra. Nick JJiemet and snmll son lett Monday for Springbrook, where they W iu visit relatives betore return ing to their home in Melstone, Mont. Chris Gales went to Waterloo a week ago Sunday to visit relatives. He was accompanied by a nephew, ho went to Chicago 6 ' 3601 ' 6 Becker lias be «» th the week. Marcella Thill is ,tak. g care of household duties Mrs. Nick Wagner, o f Algona Reglna Kruecher of near vvt!SL Sne^ruSr with b " *^ Mrs. Jack Devine was ill i n bed ni»l» rln..,. » , . J * Wl-U Gades Haye New Daugliter— The Hugo Gades have a new girl. There are three other children, all boys. Rural Carriers Meet Here— The county rural carriers met at """'• Fan-ell's last week Tuesday Other WlUttemore News ioy was born at the local hos- Friday to Mrs. Fred Goetz, °" and was named Charles Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- and Mrs. Yates, Pioneer. n en ' ' four days last week from an attack %, * W $* y at the ho *Pital. Mrs of appendicitis. • lacK j Y &tes is the mother of Mrs Goet^ The John Hiibe, lts ' lhe Mrs. Charles Sauer and Carl ere, bune« cullers in West Bend stT/ unlay. j j ~~ ~ — "•" "'•• ** «*»v*. v*J. IVIl'S. land Mrs. MoLaughlin is the latter's sister. Patricia Weir. R N ,is nurse. ' w '» Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Mr and " M a Youn Bartlett ', Mr- Barb ?"» meeting otfW National ^sso- ciation of local creameries at Spencer last week Tuesday. Mr. Bartlett is district secretary. ' (Leo and Herman KoMaech, Hubert O'Brien, and Sylvia Thilges drove to Des Moines one day last week, and Leo bought a car there. Then they motored to Iowa' City, where they visited Mary Alma O'Brien. Mrs. C. W. Hansen and her daughter Beverly have been sick. Others sick have been two of the Joseph Banwart children, a boy at Elmer Ludwig's, John Volk Jr.'s, and a baby_ at Werner Cade's. John Leinbach, who bad been with his daughter, Mrs. . H. W. Geelan, has gone to Glenhaven, Wis., for an extended visit with a sister and brother. He was born and reared there. The Carl Walkers, sons Richard and Charles, Bobby Maxwell, Algona, Amanda Dietrich, Rodman, and Lillian Heidenwith were Sunday dinner and supper guests at J. E. Walker's. The Presentation academy alumni officers called on Leonard Loebach Sunday and gave him a ibox of candy. (Leonard is sick and confined to his home. Thelma Keene, who has been working' at Algona two months, is at home for a couple weeks with lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keene. Linda Roeber is working at Mrs. Louis Weisbrod's, Fenton. Mrs. Weisbrod recently returned from Fairmont, wliere she had an operation. Minnie Elbert and Richard Vaughn drove to Mason City Saturday, and on the way home stopped at Leo Elbert's, Garner, over Sunday. Meta Gade, R. N., superintendent of the Kossuth hospital, spent a few days last week with her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. (Herman Gade. Eileen O'Brien and Kathleen and Rose Ann Holtzbauer, Algona, were Sunday guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Mary O'Brien. The James Geelans were Sunday guests at Fort Dodge of the P. Schiltz family. Mrs. Geelan was formerly Mary Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, Mason City, visited Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mr?. Robert Finnell. The Arnold Gades spent Sunday evening with (Mrs. Gade's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt, Livermore. A girl, since named Mary, was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Guy •Farrell, who have one other child, a boy. The Nick Redings were at St. Joe Friday evening to help celebrate Mrs. Louise Wagner's 63rd ibirth- day. Mrs. Craig Butler, Clarion, and a daughter are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Foxsen. The Supt. F. J. Rochfords spent Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mr. Rockford's sister, Sister M. Olivia. Young foaks had a party last week Wednesday evening at Mrs. Peter Haag's, south of town. The Adam Luchsingers were Sunday visitors at the C. Haas home, Estherville. Mrs, John Monarch has gone to Rochester to go through the Mayo clinic. Rosella Doering, Graettinger, visited last week at Frank Farrell's. A. A. Zuniaoh is renovating the Zumach Lunch and Confestionery Father Sweeney and Leo Daly Fort Dodge, visited here Sunday Burt The L. H. Sehencks and' J. k. Hansen were Sunday dinner guests a the Harold Hansen home near Algona. Helen Sohrader will onter,tain a group O f gin friends at three- tables of bridge at her home .this evening Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Dorrance and Mrs. Maude Hanna visited in Fairmont, Minn., last week Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds, Corwith, visited from Friday to Sunday at the Mrs. Belle Reynolds home. lone Mover spent the week-end at the home of her brother R B Moyer, near Algona. ' T , < entertained the Fortnightly club last week Wednesday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald The Wm. Dehneuts, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the M. L. yinaas nome. ^^ Mary Fairbanks, who works at home Be> SP6nt the Week ' end at A large crowd attended the Le- Sion dance last Thursday evening tn^m, 0 ' Bl Miltche11 was sick T tonsilitis several days last week. A real drip coffee pot and one pound of Folger coffee all for 98c. And we also will tell you about the refund plan, so your coffee pot won't cost you a cent. FOOD SHOP We have learned that It pays to (give our ^customers the best material to be obtained and only experienced mechanics are employed. We will gladly give you estimate on any repair Job. DAU GARAGE Phone 165. 17 Years Proof Save With Safety INVEST WISELY—You do just that when you purchase shares in this Association. For your entire investment is secured by the finest type of First Mortgages on good, local city property, all insured. And each and every Mortgage is based on a very conservative appraisal. In addition to ample security, you receive a good yield regularly. The Algona Building and Loan Association has from the date of its organization in 1917 paid their regular scheduled dividends twice each year for every year and-these regular scheduled dividends . have never been less than 6 per cent on savings shares and 6 per cent on paid-up shares. You Can Start Your Savings Any Time With Any Amount OTJB ASSOCIATION IS STATE SUPERVISED MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK This Association Is looking for good conservative loans on city property. If you want to build, remodel, purchase a home or refinance your present mortgage—see the Algona Building and Loan Association. . ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSN: 7 North Dodge St. Phone 55. C. B. La Barre, Sec'y-Treas. uality FIRST! CRE THIGINUINI CONSOLIDATION MIUEtS CtlOC Famous For Y«rars-"Th« D M |* r Knows" o better coal than Grenadier, because Mother Nature herself put quality in every piece of it. Over 95% combustible matter/ less than 3% ashl No wonder you Set more heat, more comfort, greater economy, and the highest satisfaction. The first few days you burn Grenadier will show you that it does pay to o w a qualitycoal. Order a supply now, Every ton is GUARANTEED to satisfy youV IN ALGONA; r Anderson Grain & Coal]Co, In Wesley: Kunz Grain Co, P*y Your Advance SubwriptionNow

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