Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 12
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PAGE FOUR THURSDAY. ATMISBAGH CLOTHING CO, Officers for Irvington Church Elected at jvlgeting Grant Township's Seniors to Present 3-Act Comedy Suits, all wool, hand-finished in the new grays, browns, and blvtes. $18.50 Some of the best at 24.50 Select your graduation and decoration clay suits soon. Grant T\vp., Apr. 17—The seniors of the H. S. will present The Tower ! Room Mystery, a comedy in three ! acts, at the Iowa theater, Swea City, next week Friday evening at S o'clock. The prices of admission will be lOc for students, 25c for adults, and 60c for a family. The Scene will be a tiny room at the top of an old chateau iii ty children and adults were immunized,, A special made to see that all NEW CHURCH TREASURER ISJLECTED Irving-ton. Apr. IT—The Rev. -Mr. Inglish preached Sunday on, It ad been better for that man if .e Hiad not been born. Matthew 26; 2-1. He also read a portion of Kie» 4th chapter of Mark. After thei _ ^ _ church services the annual con-1 France . Manv tales of vampirea - r - gvegational meeting was held. Re-j clillg about tn is room. What hap- team, the wrestling team, and of ports from the church and £romj peni : wnen a young American and!the school. he church organization were read, ( ^ s s j s { er take possession is plen- effort was children o£ .school age and below availed themselves of the opportunity. Pictures Taken at School— Photographer Way, Algona, was at the Grant schoolhouse 'Friday, taking pictures of scenes in the grade operetta. The Magic Beanstalk, and pictures of the baseball ind followed. The trustees, Frank ... are thrills and laughter| throughout the play. The cast of characters follows: Jack Chalice American boy, Sor•en Pedersen; Kate Chalice, Ihis sister, Helen Brigss; Mignon Vere, French maiden, Marjorie Barger; JIadan\e Boucher, mad woman, Muriel Payne; The Master, a vampire, Charles Curtis; Babette his chatelaine, Violet Selberg. Antoinette, another chatelaine, Eileen Kollasch; Maman Boule, French servant Marjorie Johnson; Maurice Pasquerel, attendant, Norman Soever; Kennedy Elsworth, Kate's fiance, Don. Mayne; Emile Lurdau, concierge, Ivan Selberg; Adolphe De Boussac deafmute, . ° Festival— from tine George Patterson. The play is being Dorothy Sedgwick. coached by Ditsworth, Earl Miller, and M. L. Roney were reelected. Mrs. John Schultz was elected church treasurer to succeed Mrs. Nina Schichtl who had served in that office for a number of years. Mrs. T. E. Wickwive was reelected secretary and treasurer of the Sunday- school.. M L. Roney was reelected superintendent and Frank Asa -was elected assistant. Mrs. K. P. Roney was reelected superintendent of the Cradle Roll. Elsie Egel is Hostess— Effie Egel was hostess to the following luncheon guests Sunday: Everett Van Steenburg, Ruby Koep- kee, Vivian Miller, Donald Robison, and Ernest Egel. Guests of the Frank Ditsworths Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Turner and daughter and son, Ruth and William, Algona, and Mrs. Maud Burbank and daughter Edna. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune were Sunday guests at George Lee's, Algona. The Rufus Lindhorst family, Titonka, recently visited tihe Homer Lindhorst and the Martin Jordans here. Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, has been a recent guest at O. L. Miller's. The Oran Hudsons, near Burt, spent Sunday with the Paul Hudsons. Mrs. Charles Winandy and two children, Chicago, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Simon's Jr. here, and also at John Simon's Jr. of near Hobarton. Another Sermonette Given— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church. The devotional meeting was in charge of Mrs. Nina Schichtl and tine top-1 Friday. The program consisted of 90 Immunized for Diphtheria— A. diphtheria immunization program in Grant township was completed Monday, when the last doses of the treatment were given. Nine- Grant school were at Algona Saturday to take part in a county music festival. The boys' and girls' glee clubs, a mixed chorus, an'd the junior high chorus were presented. Other Grant News. Myhne Payne and Mr. and Mrs. town. Samuel Link left Monday for Chamberlain, S. D., to attend tine funeral of an aunt. The 'Ray Minos visited at M. T. Price's, near iSwea, City, Sunday. The Orin Johnsons were at Harold Johnson's, Hake. Mrs. G. R. McDowell will >be hostess to the Aid tlhis week Wednesday afternoon at the .parsonage at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Johnson were at Blue Earth last Thursday to attend the funeral of^an aunt of Mr. Johnson. ' , The W. 0. Briggs family visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Andrews, Buffalo Center. FORMER DOAN YOUTH, LEROY JOHNSON, DIES Rich Point, Apr. 17—TJie funeral services were 'held Monday at the Methodit churcih, Algona, for <LeRoy, on of the Geo. Johnson, who died after a long illness. TlieS services were conducted toy Uhe Rev. Mr. Faul of Titonka. lie Roy is survived by his parents, .two sisters, 'Marjorie and Vera. Out-of- town relatives Ihere for the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hartzell, of iBritt, the Ross Clarks, Otto Johnsons, and Charley Raney, of Livermore. Mrs. Forence 'Raney, of Lu Verne, Dr. and Mrs. Forest Cairy, •of igioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hagar, of Burdette, the Will Cosgrove family, of Titonka, and Dr. and Mrs. Southwick, of Marshall- QUEEN ESTHERS AT BURT GIVE A MUSGAL TEA Burt, Apr. 17—The Queen Esther Circle entertained (mothers and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell and Mrs. F. 0. Stow at a musical tea at 4 p. an. Hats at $1.95, $2.95, 3.50 and $5 for the best. Plenteous stock of everything in furnishings. UMO> UNDERWEAR Best grade *>5c Good grade 75)c Men's shorts 25c SOCKS Work socks, 2 for __25c Fancy sock 19o, 2">c, aOc Overalls, heavy 2.20 blue at $1.19 Overalls, stripe, at $1.19 Best to be had, reinforced, warranted not to shrink $1.50 Work Shirts, sanfor- ized Cac Work Shirts, best double yoke 75c All the newest dress shoes, plain black and brown, $8.85 SPORT SHOES All white $8.95 Ventilated sport shoes ic was the American Indian Those on the program were Mrs. Schichtl, Mrs. T. E. Wickwire, Mrs. Boldridge, Mrs. K. P. Roney and the -Rev. Mr. English wiho gave the second of a series of sermonettes on the history of the Christian church. The Rev. Mr. English will continue to deliver these sermon- ettes at the Missionary meetings for an. indefinite period. At the close of the meeting the quarterly tea was served in the annex. Mrs. Griffin former Resident— The late Mrs. L. T. Griffin' who was buried in the Irvington cemetery last week Thursday was well known to many Ihere, she aiid Mr. Griffin having owned and lived on the farm now belonging to Hugh Raney. Mrs. Griffin's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sammers, owned and resided on the farm now owned by the Hal Skillings at that time." Mr. and Mrs. Griffin were members of the Church till tlhey retired to Algona a number of years ago, when they tranferred their letters to the Algona Presbyterian church. a welcome talk by Mrs. C. E. Hammer, leader of the Circle; talk on the work of the Esthers, Maybelle Gray, president; violin solo, Arlyne Daniels; vocal trio, Vera Chip- •nian, Lois Gratoam, and Dorothy Brooke; piano duet, Lucile Sewick, Vera Chipman. Luncheon was served at small tables, and the guests were each presented with a cut flower. Women's Club Studies Magazines— The Woman's club met Monday evening at the Mrs. W. A. Petera home witti Lulu Hawcott as assisting hostess. The program was on magazines and consisted of roll call on favorite magazines and why, and papers as follows: Cover and Contributions, Mrs. D L. McDonald; Editorials, 'Myrtle Hanna; Seen in the Shops, Mrs. Peters; Advertisements, Mrs. F, L. Pratt; Bright Sayings, Mrs. G. J. Vogel; and Household Hints Mrs K. J.| Smith. ray's, and also drove ,to Algona to get the daughter Ruth, wlho load spent several months tihere. Mr. Murray went to Easton with them for a couple of weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heidke, Estiherville, visited Sunday evening at Druggist F. L. Pratt's. Mrs. Bertha Dudhmanton returned to her home at Ellwortih last week Tuesday, after a week with her daughter, Mrs. Pratt. The W. W. Boettchers went to Eagle Grove Sunday to visit rel- tives, and brought up Mrs. >Boether's mother, Mrs. J. N. Holding, /iho had spent a week there with er sister, Mrs. Clarke Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Mullon, Mitchell, D., visited Sunday at Al Staeh- e',s. They were on tiheir way home rom Earlville, wlhere they had visited a sister of Mrs. Mullon. Mrs. ilullon is Mr. Staehle's sister. Mrs. F. L. Pratt, her sister tertha Duckmantor, Mrs. Staeihle, Jrs. H. L. Sauerman, Mrs. W. T. Fortnightly Club Has Dance— The fortnightly dance sponsored by the Married Folks club was taeld Friday night at the I. 0. O. F. hall in Algona. The committee in charge was Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Skilling, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilbride. Corn-Hog Meeting Held— .'Irvington signers of tlhe corn- hog reduction contract met Monday evening at the Center school to receive instructions regarding the farm record books to ibe kept by each farmer. The meeting was in charge of County Agent G. A. Bonnstetter. Jos. Arnan Eye Infected— Jos. Aman is under the care of a .physician, because of an infected eye, which resulted from an injury by a bit of gravel. trustee, and the Leavltt and Johnson company, as plaintiff, and against The Northwest Quarter ^of Section Number Thirty-three (33) and the Northwest Fractional Quarter also the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter o£ Section Number Thirty-one (31) all in Township Ninety-five (95) Kossutn county, Iowa, north of Range Number Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th P. M. containing Three Hundred forty-four (344) acres more or less, according to Government survey thereof, as defendant, for the sum of Ten Thousand Five Hundred Three and 15-100 ($10,503.16) Dollars and costs, taxed at One Hundred Eighty-five and 75/100 ($185.75) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said Marie Seebach and Maria Seebach to satisfy aid execution, to-wit: The North- vest Quarter of Section Number Thirty-three (33) and the North- vest Fractional Quarter, also the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section Number Thirty-one (31), all in Township Number Ninety-five (95) Kossuth county, North of Range Number Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th Principal Meridian, containing Three Hundred Forty-four acres, more or less, according to Government survey thereof; and I will proceed to sell said property, or BO much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public .auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 18th day of May, 1934, at the east door of the Court House 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 18th day of April, 1934. CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Casey Loss, Deputy. WE DO OCR OAVN M3NS DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Alg ona SPECIAL - Saturday ' Cowfeed, per load . . Hog feed, over 1-8 in. screen, per load ~~~~\ Phone all orders to our new phone, No GC or before this week Friday night. No orders after 6:30 Saturday morning. Anliker Milling Service THE SILVER MILL 222 S. Ridgeley A Locals Win From lloliarton— The Irvington baseball team, recently organized for a series of summer games, .played its first practice game on the diamond at 0. L. Miller's Sunday afternoon with Hobarton, the local boys winning. Depot Agent Clarence Rosan is manager. The personnel of the team subect to slight change, is Vern Christi, Ramus catdlier; pitcher; George Leo Ramus first base; Henry Scheppman, short stop; Fay Gress, 3rd; Paul Watson, right field; George Schuma- Vaughn Sohichtl, cher, center; left field. Embroidery Club Meets— The embroidery club met Portland Club Meets Thursday— The Portland Progress club mel last Thursday with Mrs 0. G. McFarland; Mrs. C. Bolie, Mrs. G. C Hood, and Mrs. Waif Waltman, assisting hostesses. Roll call was on what I have accomplished this winter. A talk, Shrubs for Improving the Farm 'Home, was given by Mrs. A. R. Godfredson, and anothe: on flowers by Mrs. Amelia The women exchanged shrubs, and plants. Hike seeds last at $4.35 Misbach Clothing Co. THE NEW STORE week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Cleve Stewart's with, a large attendance. A program arranged by Mrs. Ben Terhune was given. Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. Morris Par- 'sons played a piano duet, Mrs. Nels Mitchell asked a series of questions concerning flowers, which were answered by the other women. Mrs. Cleve Stewart entertained with a musical reading, with Mrs. Geigel "accompanying at tlhe piano. Make Visit to Mankato— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel and sons Lewis, Paul, and Stanley drove to Mankato Saturday to visit relatives. They returned home Monday. Everett Van Steenburg did chores at the farm home Monday. Mrs. Egel says one of the relatives at St. Claire, where they also visited, has a turkey farm with moret than 2500 turkey hens.They gather eggs by the thousand ini turkey season. Stacy Still in Hospital- James Stacy wlho underwent an operation for hernia at the Kos- ssuth hospital last week Tuesday is recovering, but does not expect to leave the hospital till next week Tuesday. John Schmidt, Algona, isi assisting Mrs. Stacy at tlhe oil station during Mr. Stacy's absence. Mrs. Sdhmidt is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy. Mrs. Mary McDonald 77— Hugh McDonald drove to For Dodge Saturday to 'bring up tlhe Elmer Nelsons for the week-end a Mrs. Mary McDonald's. There wa a family gathering 'Sunday at J. C McDonalds's in ihonor of Mrs. Mar McDonald's 77th birthday, and th Nelsons, Mrs. Maude Hanna, so Charles, ,the R. F. Elvidges, an Mrs. Anna Stow attended. Whitehill Pool Hall Rented— H. A. Whitehall lhas rented hi pool hall to H. M. Scharff, For Dodge, wiho will take possessio this week. Mr. Whitelhill, who ha been in the pool hall 'business her a long time, will retire. Mr. SdharJ will move here soon. Former Teacher Here Returns— Mrs. Olara Weldin, €oon Eapid and her daughter Cleo visited from last week Tuesday till last Thursday at Geo. P Hawcott's. Cleo, wlho once taught in the Burt high school, is now teaching at Coon Rapids. Boy Hurt at School- Leslie Graham was (hurt while he was swinging at the schoolhouse Monday noon. A gash was cut near an eye, and it required & doctor's care. Pastor Called to Corwitlv— The Rev C B. Mitchell was called to Corwith a few days ago to Harrington & Lowe, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 31-32 'eters, and Mrs. -L. > r ere Fort Dodge 'hursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Boettcher visitors last C. Giddings, aughter Zita, and Mr. and Mrs. 'red Ringsdorf visited W. P. •iddings at Wesley Sunday. He is rlr. Giddings' and Mrs. .Ringsdorfs' ather. Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mrs. M. 'L. /inaas, Edna Staley, Mrs. W. E. Jrace, and Esther Baihling attended a (Rebekah convention at Mason !ity last week Wedesday. Mrs. H. W. Trainer entertained at two tables of bridge last week onday evening in Ihonor of her sister, May Spradling Sparta, Wis., who is visiting .here. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong and the:r daughter, Mrs. Neil Neilson, Spencer, went to Des Moines Sunday to visit a. son of the Armstrongs wlho is sick. Dr. M. J Bourne, Mrs. Opal Morrison, H W. Miller, and Violet Xuckenbecker, West Bend, were Sunday guests at the Dr. W. T. Peters home. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell attended a dinner at the Titonka Methodist dhurch Sunday in Ihonor of the Rev. W. G. Muhleman's 60th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Gilbert returned to their home at Buffalo Center Friday, after a week with their daughter, Mrs. Henry Gettman. Mrs. Jay D. Graham and Iher daughters Joyce, Maxine, and Other Eich Point News. Mrs. Fred Urch, sister of Mrs. Paul Black and Mrs. Leslie Jenkins, returned to her (home at West Concord, Minn., Sunday after spend ing several days here. She was accompanied 'by her father, Lafe Griffin, of Algona. Florence 'Black ,who teaches this year in Union township, enjoyed_ al vacation from her school dutiesi the past week. She spent .the time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. Edmund Capesius, freshman at Columbia college, Dubuque spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz and daughter Dolores, :spent Sunday at Howard Shore's in Algona.. Chris Chase, of Britt, former resident Ihere, visited friends thej first of the week. Jiolhn McGuire was a. (business 1 visitor at Pocahontas a week ago Monday. John Erpelding was a business visiter at St. Joe Saturday. 'Birdie Sohultz visited during the. week-end at Ames. NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION of the NORTH CRESCO TELEPHONE COMPANY To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have renewed this corporation for a period of twenty (20) years, under tihe provisions of Chapter 384 of the 1931 Code of Iowa, and have adopted new and substituted Articles of Incorporation, which provide as follows, to- Couple at Ledyard Married 25 Years Ledyard, Apr. 19—9 party for Mr. and Mrs. James Welfare's 25th wedding anniversary was held at Charles Hilferty's Sunday evening. Attending were the Messrs, and Mesdames Alvin Busch, Cecil Pingel, Alfred Miller, Albert West, Jack Lynch, Jule Sefert, J. T. Welfare, Jess Welfare, Ralph Johnson, of Guckeen, Willie Welfare, East Chain, Ben Gisch, Elmore, and Mrs. Virgil Locke. The event was a surprise for the Welfares. "Cap" Smith to Hospital- Cap Smith was taken to the Kossuth hospital early last week J suffering from heart trouble and complications. It is reported that Mr. Smith is doing as well as can be expected. He has been in. ill health for many years, but lhas been suffering more .tine last few months. Children's Diseases Prevalent— Mrs. Frank Ditsworth is recovering from chicken pox. Howard and Kathryn, two youngest children of the Frank Asas, are suffering from whooping cough. Betty Mae Miller has been absent from sclhool for a few days witftt a severe head cold. Supper for 5c Served— Members of the star class served a nickel supper at tihe church conduct the funeral of a tonne* parishioner, Mrs. O .H. Stilson. Mite Box Opening Saturday— Tihe Woman's Home Missionary society will hold its annual Mite- Box opening at the church Saturday. A program will be given. Other Bart News. The Frank Nellises, Easton, Minn,, visited Suday at John Mur- annex Friday evening 1 . The crowd was light because of field work, especially seeding wihidh was at its heighth. Farm Hand in Hospital- John Johnson, employe of McEnroe Bros, for many years, is suffering from a severe case of pneumonia. He was taken by ambulance to the Kossuth hospital Saturday. IRYINGTON NEWS A corn foog meeting in charge of County Agent Bonnetetter, wasi held at the Center school house Monday evening. The use of lane rented to the government and farm business records were discussed. The meeting was well attended. Helen visited 'Saturday and Sunday at August Strom's, Algona. Tihe P. A. Loofts were Sunday dinner guests at Frank 'Looft's, Swea City, where P. A 'Looft's 'birthday was celebrated. The l*onard Schmidts, Corwith, and Mrs. Robt. Moore, Al- goiia, and her two children visited Sunday at Paul Moore's. The William and George Koest- lere and the James Christiansens visited the Jacob Koeslers, Guck- enn, Minn., Sunday. Albert Ausman, Elk Mound, Wis., called at J. G. Sewick's Saturday. The Sewicks knew him wlhen they lived at Elk Mound. Charlotte Warrior, local teadher, went to Mankato, Minn., Friday for the week-end and to attend the wedding of a cousin. The 'Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell were to attend a sub-district Methodist minister's meeting at Wesley this week Tuesday. Allen Gralham, with the OOC at GDes Moines, spent the week-end with his parenits, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. The G. C. Aliens and the Clifford Holdings were Sunday dinner guests at Elmer Kieaitz's, iLakota. SHiley Hall, El Paso, 111., arrived ifriday to visit R. F. Hawcott and ~ook after a farm he owna here. George Gralham, Coe college, came Friday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. -M. Christensen. The F. O. Stows and J. G, Se- wicks were Sunday dinner guests at J. T. Graham's. Algona. Warren Barrickmann, Algona, 13 spending a week with tois aunt, Mrs. W. T. Peters. 'Lloyd Elston, bank conservator at Wellmon .spent tlhe week-end Lone Rockers Plan Evergreen Project Lone Rock, Apr. 17—Mrs. W. J. Cotton and N. L. Cotton drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday. Mrs Cotton's daughter, Mrs. Harley Shellito, of Ames, brought 430 evergreen trees 'given out by the shelter belt project, of Iowa State college, for the W. J. Cottons. Arthur Collinson, Algona, assisted in planting them Friday and Saturday. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution direct ed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 17th day of April 1934, In favor of Elbert E. John son, trustee, Walter E. Johnson wit: 1. The name of the corporation is The North Cresco Telephone Company, and its principal place of business is in Algona, Iowa. •2. The general nature of business to be transacted by the corporation is to own, operate, manage, "build, maintain, lease, <buy and i sell a telephone line or lines, to I buy and sell all materials and supplies therefor and used in connection therewith, to secure telephone connections with the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, or other telephone companies or any other lephone exchange, and to tmy, ell, or rent telephones, and to 'Uy, own, lease, or otherwise ac- _uire, own and encum'ber real es- ate and to sell and dispose of the ame, and to permit land owners long said telephone line to con- icct their respective residences hereto, and to fix the charges and erms 1 therefor. 3. The amount of the capital tock authorized is Six Hundred Twenty-five Dollars ($625.00) divided into twenty>-five (25) shares if Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) each. That the corporation may commence business after a Certifi- ate of Incorporation has been issued by the Secretary of State, and vhen Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) of said stock has been ssued and fully paid. No stock shall 'be issued until the corpora;ion has received payment in full therefor at par in cash, and when so paid for said stock shall he non- assessable. 4. Incorporation period shall begin on December 5, 1933, and terminate Decemlber 5, 1953. _ >5. The affairs of the corporation shall be managed by a Board of five Directors to be elected annually from among the stockholders. A majority of said board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. The Board of Directors shall elect from their number a President and Vice^President, and elect from the stockholders a Secretary and Treasurer. 6. The property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts and liability. Witness our hands this 28th day of March, A. D. 1934. W. H. KING, PHIL/LIP ROETHLER, B. F. SiPAKKS THOS. METCALF 28-31 SIMON HENRY. CORN-HOG CONTRACT STATEMENTS UNION TOWNSHIP NAME OF PRODUCER— Acres in Farming Unit Robt. Loss P. N. Sarchet .....120 .320 Hogs Con- protract- Ldttera duced Acres ed Far- for Corn Acres rowed Market 1933 1932 1934 1933 1933 1933 1932 40 40 8 14 16 60 92 145 145 30 21 26 85 142 22 21 6 — — — _ Feeder and Stocker Hogs Bought 41 with his family. Gardner Patterson Stewart spent the Ames. and Oliver week-end at Verne Owen, Waukon visited !his sons here Sunday. "GROW YOUR OWN GROCERIES" by planting a good, big garden. Be sure of a big yield by planting only HENRY FIELD'S famous garden seeds. You can get them thla year in Algona at the Gamble Store. 36-si PUBLIC SALE t the Biddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, east ol Nortl tracks S liM«IL21, AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP east ol Northwestern *' A number of good Ice boxes will be sold. If you need All kinds of machinery, 9-ft. Spring tooth harrow -Terms are cash. ^ No property removed until settled for. C. O, Riddle, Auctioneer FOR SERVICE Rugs, Draperies and Curtains We have installed new equipment for rug clean and can assure you a very satisfactory job. See us about repairing and cleaning your fur FURS! FURS! We are representatives of the Cownie Pur Co,, of] Moines. Fur storage at nominal cost. We call for and deliver. Modern Dry Cleanei PHONE 587 Announcing the opening of a W-N-A-X FAIR PRICE SERVH STATION on old Hi-way 18 east out of Algona. High gasoline at lower prices, also 100 per cent pure! sylvania oils. Greases for all purposes. Give us a trial. Your patronage will be appreciated. Albert Nauss, Proprietor Used Can One 1929 Ford Tudor. One 1931 Chevrolet Sedan. One 1932 Ford Tudor. Dwight Parsons has taken over the paint» and would appreciate your business. He will noi] der and complete paint Jobs. We have a complete line of Chevrolet; and greases. Bring us your car to be overhauled. « good job. Kohlhaas Bros Garage — Algona All Feed Chix Masty Tried and Proven on, The same quality Chick Mash which we cessfully presented to poultry raisers tl season. As before it contains Cod Liv< Dried Buttermilk along with a balanced base gredients. 100 pounds >_— " Pilot Brand Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs ' Hulled Oats, ground, 100 Ibs. — " E. R. RISING & Grain, Feed and Seed I

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