Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1934 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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Monday, February 26, 1934
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PAGE COUNT? AJJVANCR AMON ALGONA GIRL'S HUSBAND GETS NEWSWRITE-UP Fred Shaffer Enters Legal Practice at Mason City. Many Algonians remember the former Katharine Paxson's hus- Irnnd, Fred B. -Shaffer, who for a year or so lived here as receiver p£ the First (National hank, and will be interested in the following story, whin appeared recently in the Mason City Globe-Gazette: Believing that the period of depression has about spent itself, that good times in the business world will improve in the near future, and that prosperity for the businessman is Just around the corner, Fred B. Shaffer has opened up a law office and will return, to the active practice of law. Mr. Shaffer formerly practiced law at New Hampton. Served in World War. During a portion of this period, he served as county attorney for nearly two terns, resigning the office to enlist in the U. S. army at the time of the Would war. Mr. 'Shaffer was born in Cbicka- saw county February 1, 1889, and spent his early life at New Hampton, having been, graduated from New Hampton high school in 190G, obtaining his college education at Des Moines college and the Harvard law school, completing his law course at the University of Iowa and being admitted to the bar in 1913. Married 20 Tears Ago. He served in the ordnance corps at Camp Hancock, near Augusta, Ga., until the armistice was signed, returning to New Hampton to continue his practice Ojf law. In 1921, Mr. Shaffer assumed direct control of the First National bank of Lawler, being interested in several other banks of Northeastern Iowa and southern Minnesota. In 1914 he was married to Miss Katharine Paxson, Algona. They have two children, a don, Paxson, who_is attending the Mason City Junior college, and a daughter, Kayrl. For the last four years .Mr. Shaffer has been commander of company F, 133rd infantry of the Iowa National Guard, one of the Mason City units, and holds the rank of captain. He has been active in Legion circles ever since his return from the army, having been fourth district- commander, ipost commander of the HarolcMledmon post at I/awler and is now first vice commander of the Clausen-Word en .post No. 101. He is also a member of the Lions club and the Masonic lodge. i Hobby in Music. For the last five years he has been employed in the Hanford McNider office and during the last 90 days, he has been connected with the Luke B. Miller stores. Mr. Shaffer's hobby is music, especially conducting community singing and entertainment for the different organizations of the city, with his little folding organ and piano accordion. Mr. Shaffer is contemplating opening up several other enterprises, including real estate, insurance, collections, and loans. His office is located in rooms 204-200 North Federal building at 12% Second street northeast. t THAT'S THE SLOGAN AT Full steam ahead—that's the 1934 watchword of C. and H. as buyers are busy gathering together the most outstanding spring line in the history of this 64-year old store. Go, go, go—and we're off! New goods are pouring in daily—hot from the style centers of the East. You'll like the atmosphere of activity here—the distinctiveness of the goods, where quality has been king for over half a century. New cotton blouses $1.00, $1.95 Two-way stretch girdles, all sizes $1.00 New spring knit blouses $1,95 New spring silk dresses $5.95, $3.95 And for your spring sewing, attractive new printed cottons and silks. Two lines of patterns and all accessories to make dressmaking a pleasure. ]®®ssfflsmass®®®®ss®s> Fine Smart Clothes For Spring Single and double breasted suits in sizes for all men, models for all figures—styled the way younger men like them and older men as well—good colors, smart patterns—guaranteed all-wool. $17.50 22.50 $24.50 Early showing of new spring hat styles. Concord, blues, peacock, crystal sand shades $2.95 $3.50 $3.95 THE [JOB CLOTHIERS LEUTIIOLD - WILLIAMS • BEYNOLDS A Friendly Dependable Store Auto Show 8 Models on Display on Wednesday, Feb. 28 at Kent Motor Co. Garage ON EAST STATE STREET, ALGONA Here's your chance to see the most popular models on display at once, to compare them and make a choice. This is also an opportunity to see the different body colors, including 1 1-2 ton truck chassis with cab. See them at the great special M n ° obli S ation -™ are glad to Get]Your Complimentary Ticket "These Thirty Years" PHIL STOWS NEW PICTURE The story begins in a small country town of thirty years ago — and builds an interesting life story of the average American—his experiences, ambition and adventures—bringing in the influence of economic, business and transportation changes—and its effect on the American business man. being shown in theatres throughout the United we are privileged to bring it to Algona for your Call at the Kent Motor Co. for complimentary tickets THEY ABE FBEE FOB THE ASKING Children must be accompanied by their parents for the evening shows. Kent Motor Co. ALGONA, IOWA

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