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PAGE FOUR Helen Bargar, Lakota Girl, Is POSTMASTER'S DAUGHTER IS SUNDAY BRIDE ' Lakota, July 31—A pretty wedding was solemnized at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening when Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bargar, was married to Ivan L. Everett, of Spencer. They were attended by Mildred, sister of the bride, and Clarence White, of Spencer. ,,, The church was decorated with cut flowers. Mrs. Frerking sang 'At Dawning before the ceremony, and 0 Promise Me during a pause in the ceremony. Mrs. Jerry Ukena accompanied Mrs. Frerking at the piano and also played the wedding march. Ribbon bearers were Gene Roelfsema and Kenneth Rowley. Bobby Roelfsema was ring bearer and Doris Asmusson was flower Bin. The bride was gowned in white satin, wore a veil and carried an arm bouquet of red roses. The bridesmaid wore yellow organdie. After the wedding a reception was i held at the home of the bride for i relatives and intimate friends. | The bride was graduated from a j FOUR CORNERS NEWS KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA RICH POINT LOCALS The F. C. Mothers & Daughters club meets today with Mrs. Susie Witham; program: song, Yankee Doodle; roll call, circus experiences; book review, Clara Drayton; reading, Margaret Ditsworth. Marjorie and Doris, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William Drayton, were sick several days last week. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Criukshank, daughter Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gross, sons Bob and George, the Noble Mitchells, the John Sabins, the Edward Riches, Mrs. Walter Geilenfelt, and the latter's children took dinner with them and surprised the Fred Plumbs, Sexton, Sunday. The Plumbs moved from this vicinity last March. The Runchey corn-sheller has been kept busy in this neighbor- lood for the last week. The Louis Lowrnans Jr., Evelyn Nlckerson, Peter Nellis, the Melvin Kerns, near Sexton, Perry and Cecil Lowman, Arthur Alexander, near Sexton, and Ralph and Thelma Witham took a picnic dinner to the sand pit near PlUm Creek a few days ago and spent the afternoon at swimming. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert and their son Arnold took the latter's three-day old son to Iowa City Saturday for treatment, and the baby is reported greatly improved. Mr. Elbert and Arnold came home Sunday. Mrs. Elbert and the baby are expected home late this week. The William Besches, Whittemore, and the Le Roy Schlltzes spent Sunday at Joseph Elbert's. CHARIVARI & PARTY GIVEN FENTON PAIR Fenton, Aug. 1—A wedding reception was given here Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Arnold Klatt as a courtesy to her sister, WHITTEMORE BOY SUFFERS KNIFE WOUND 1—The John Whittemore, Aug. Wilson son Vincent two-year normal course at Buena gashed arm Sunday. Vista college at Storm Lake in ! son an ,i Vincent were in front of 1929, and was a member of the suffered a Rex Swan- Phi Alpha Pi sorority. she has taught school. Since then The couple left that evening for a week at the Okobojis, and then on to the Black Hills. Among out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Klein, Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson, Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rowley. Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Findlay, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner, led yard. the Rooney cafe, and small boys were running back and forth with small trucks connected by inner tubes. Rex attempted to cut an inner tube while Vincent was holding a truck, and the knife slipped, cutting a large wound in Vincent's left arm below the elbow. Doctor McCreery took four stitches and used eight clamps to close the wound. Teacher Home from Tour— Midwest May Get Huge Forest Belt There is a proposal on foot for a forest belt 100 miles wide to extend from the Canadian line In eastern North Dakota all the way to the Texas Panhandle, passing through North Dakota, South Dakota,, Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma. The object is a shelter a courtesy to u r Mrs. Raymond Funk, "and" tlie latter's husband who were married July 20 at Fairmont. Present were Mr. Funk, Algona; the Martin Oswalds, Whittemore; John Schneider and his sons, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer Lotts Creek, son Gerald, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs, Fred Schnei der, Lu Verne; and Mr. and Mrs Edward Meyer. The house wa pretty with pink, white, and bin crepe paper decorations. The cou pie received many gifts. Late in the evening lunch was served. Th hostesses were Mesdames Arnol belt to aid drought week Wednesday's relief. New Last York Times printed a map of the United States on which the proposed belt appeared in outline, with E. A. Sherman, associated United States forester, pointing to it. Mr. Sherman is a brother of T. C. Sherman, manager of Algona's new state liquor store. Mrs. J. A. Johnson and Mrs. Irvng Urch were hostesses at a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state mrk a week ago Sunday to cele- ,,-ate the birthday of Mr. Johnson. Vttending: the Paul Blacks, the LeslieVnkins family, Mr. and Mrs R H Skilling, Marguerite ana Roberta, Marjorie Johnson, thei Elner Kellys, and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Solly, Algona, Lois and Howaid OatkiuH'hts at Celebration— Esther Siems, local teacher, got I home Sunday from a month's tour jin the East. She was one of 29 Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht teachers who traveled by bus in 21 and daughters Lena and Emma left' states, and among the points of in- Saturday for Avoca, Wis., and Mr. i terest' were the Ozarks, Washing- and Mrs. Charles morning for the same place. All Ithev'saw the typical life of the W. E. Gutknecht and'ton, D. C., Philadelphia, Boston, Gutknecht left Sunday : am j' ^ew York City. In the South will attend the Rolden wedding of : Negro. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gutknecht.' torical In Boston they visited his- buildings. This was a Charles is a brother of August, of 1 5 000-mile tour, and they returned Lakota. The Charles Gutknechts j v ', a Chicago, where they visited the Jiave five children, all of whom ', world's fair. will be present. The Gutknochts \ have visited here several times, i Three to Military Camp— The Lakotans came home the first! Frank Bestenlehner took his son of the week. Friends Get Beer Dealer in Trouble Last week's Swea City Herald reported the arrest and fining of Leo Knutson, of the Berkland cafe, for attempted delivery of beer between midnight Saturday night and 7 a. m. Monday morning. Mayor Dye imposed a fine of $25 plus $6.25 costs. Mr. Knutson remarked resiguedly that may be friends who insisted on illegal deliveries would let him alone. Former Resident is Dead- Word was received here of the i Bud, Leon Kaschmitter, and Erwin Koehnocke to a C. M. T. camp at Fort Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. Bes- tenlehner and a daughter drove to recent death of Fred Wolcott at Al- j j ossup a few days ago to visit the buquerque, N. M. Fred was well i John strains, and Mrs. Strain and known here as he lived here with two of her children accompanied his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George them here for a few weeks stay. Wolcott, for a number of years. His widow was Tormerly Laura Crops Poor in N. D.— Bradfield, and her parents lived in j Mrs Tom Weir, who had spent tii house now owned by the A. Q. j three wee ks at Wyndmere, N. D., Smiths. He is -'-- '— J •---• -- - -two daughters. of Laurence Wolcott, Jives at Mankato. Voight, is a sister of Ewold. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Glasgow, Fergus Falls, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Glasgow's sister, Kate Saag. They were en route to Cam- jridge to attend the funeral of Mr. Glasgow's father. William Wehrspann, Ottosen, son Elmer, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Wehrspann drove to Dubuque Sunday to attend the funeral of John Wehrspann, cousin of Gerhard and also survived by | wlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred was a brother j B. Goerger, was brought home vrho f ! Monday by Mr. Weir, who drove to i Wyndmere last Thursday. Mrs. iWeir reports crops poor there. The | oats cannot be harvested, and corn is only two feet high. _ ? Couple Married— Amie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Divert Rippentrop, south of town farmers, and George Ennen, son of i Oilers Win in Rally Mr. and Mrs. Remp Enneu, of La- Jcota, were married last week Wednesday by the Rev. Mr. Frerking at the Presbyterian manse. They were attended by Adah Tel- camp and Alvert Rippentrop, brother of the bride. The young folks wili begin housekeeping on the Eimeu farm, north of town. Vacationing at the Okobojis— The E. J. Woodworths left a week ago Sunday for the Okobojis, where they rented a cottage for a two weeks vacation. Mr. Woodworth came home Saturday afternoon, but went back the same avening. Raymond Hertzke has charge of the drug store during Mr. Woodworth's absence. Last week Tuesday evening the Oilers and the creamery played kit- tenball. At the opening of the last inning the creamery had eight scores, the Oilers only one, but the Oilers then ran in eight scores and won. Johnsons Eutcrtaiu Guests— Mrs. F. 0. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pringle, and her sister, Naomi, of Knoxville, came Thursday for a visit. Mrs. Johnson and Naomi spent Friday afternoon at Forest City, and they all drove io West Bend Saturday afternoon. The Pringles went home Sunday afternoon. Gives Surprise for Mother- Mrs. Leona Heetland entertained a. number of women at a surprise party for her mother, Mrs. Charles Winter, at the latter'a home last week Tuesday afternoon. She was assisted by her sisters-in-law, Mes- daxae.i Raymond and Russell Winter Couple Harried at lakota— Joseph Culbertson, Algona, and Ella Ewoldt, Lone Rock, were married at the local Methodist parsonage last week Tuesday morning. They were accompanied by the bridegroom's mother, and they left for Minnesota after the ceremony. Party in Given by Choir— The Presbyterian choir entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Ennen with a party at the church parlors Thursday and presented them with » picture for the new home, Other Lakota News. The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking attended a picnic in the Twin Lakes slate park a week ago Monday, where many preachers graduated from the University of Dubuque enjoyed a day together. Mrs. H. H. Murray returned last week from the bedside of her brother, William Hansen, Marion O,, who was severely burned with an electric wire two weeks ago She reports him recovering. Mrs. Arthur Schissel and her gueets from Minneapolis, Madonna Collette and Monica Schissel, and Marjorie Boubar went to Spirit Lake Friday for a few days outing ait the Dreesman cottage. Mrs. William Schroeder, who was called to St. Paul last week by the serious illness of her sister, Jennie Coupanger, came home Sunday. She reports her sister's condition seriooa. The Presbyterian Aid held a pie ice cream social on the street Saturday evening and took in $24. Student Preacher Speaks— Student Elmer Wehrspann, Ottosen, conducted services Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. The Rev. H. W. Discher, pastor, is spending a vacation at Chicago. Roy at Bernard O'Brien's— A boy, the third child, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien Saturday. They have a girl and other boy. The child will be mmed Charles. Mrs. Sclmttsclineiiler Bereaved— Mrs. Frank Schattschneider re- .eived word Sunday evening that ler father, Jacob Hengel, who took sick Friday, had died of obstruction if the bowels, luinach Awards More Prizes- Prizes were won at the Zumach meat market Saturday evening by rtrs. Tony Schmidt Jr., Rudolph Halm, and Norbert Knecht. Other Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhnke, Lotts Creek, drove to Cedar Falls Saturday for their daughter Mahilda and Marvel Elbert, who attend the Teachers college there and were also accompanied here by Mrs. William Schwanke, of Cedar Falls, who spent the week-end with iocal relatives and called on her Drother Ewold Voight, at the Mcreery hospital. Richard Vaughn and Minnie Elbert took Mathilda and Marvel back Sunday and then went to Parkersburg for a visit Mrs. Schwanke went home Sundaj by bus. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller, Royal spent Sunday here and were ac companied by Mary Catherine am Helen, daughters of Mr. and Mrs Herman Fandel, who had been a Royal three weeks. Mr. and Mrs Miller were accompanied horn Sunday evening by Mary Gather ine, Margaret, and Geraldine daughters of Mrs. Irene Rooney Mr. Miller is a brother of Mrs Rooney and Mrs. Miller a sister o William. The Con Nissens, Mason City, and John Nissen, Eldora, were Sunday dinner guests at George Meyer's. The Nissen boys are brothers of Mrs. Meyer. The Rev. Mr. Mueller, Steelville, 111., daughter Lucile, and Herman Boehne and Henry Wolf, Waterloo, HI., arrived Saturday to visit the German Vaudts. The Colemans, Sandy Point, Tex., rrived last week Tuesday to visit Everett Nashes and others a e\v weeks. Mrs. Coleman is a sis- er of Mr. Nash. The Otto Ruths, Fred Sandman, nd George and Clarice Mielke, all f Northwood, spent the week-end t the Herman Gade and Emelia iems homes. Aurelia Alig, who had spent a reek at Roy Graham's, came home Monday with Mr. Graham's par- nts, of West Bend. The Herman Meyers here, and lie Alfred Bruhns and Ellsworth Heidenwith, Fairville, spent Sun- ay at the Okobojis. Supt. Rochford, his wife, and aughter drove to Manson Sunday o visit Mr. Rochford's sister, Mrs. Jen Grimes. The P. L. Jessens, Mrs. Margaret leller, daughter Irene, and Helen Hahn spent Saturday at the Oko- ojis. Joe Slaven, who recently had an .ppendectomy at the McCreery lospital, was taken home Sunday. Mrs. Anna Hoffman, Battle, S. D., vith a son and granddaughter, is isiting relatives here. Kenneth Farrel suffered a foot njury Friday, when he stepped on pitchfork. Mrs. Carl Ostwald was sick last veek. Klatt, Arnold Meyer, and Pau Schneider. A charivari was give: the same evening. Surprise for Mne Higley— Mae Higley was honor guest at a birthday surprise party given by her sister Pearl at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley Sr., last week Wednesday. "Bunco" was played at three tables, Zita McDonnell winner of high score, Eileen Fitzpatrick consolation. Other guests were Irene McDonnell, Frances Duffy, Marcella Cullen, Marguerite and Joan Fleming, Alice June Cairy, Mary and Alice Conway and Marie Domek. Mae received many gifts. Luncheon closed the afternoon. Two Patients Are Improved— M. E. Burwash, who had been confined to his bed three weeks with blood-poisoning in one of his feet, was well enough Saturday to come to town for treatment. Richard Hengel came to town one day last week for the first time in three months since a serious illness. He is still weak, but gradually improving. He is democratic candidate for county recorder in Palo Alto. Dinner Honors Baby's Baptism— Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their infant daughter Arlene Eleanor, who was baptized that day by the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz. Guests were Mr._and Mrs. Paul Nemitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, the Art Jentzes, the E. A. Meyers, and the Arthur Bierstedts, Burt. Schulte Opens New Pool Hall- Henry Schulte has opened a pool hall and beer garden at Rodman. The opening night was last Thurs- e y! Tu sa blUa! the Ted Johnsons Hobarton, the Mrs. Ralph Parsons family, Burt, the Harvey Johnsons, Plum Creek, and Supei- vlsor Cosgrove and his family. The John Erpeldings, with Mrs. Eva Arend, Algona, her daughters, the Mike Arends, Bancroft, and Mi, and Mrs. Mike Erpelding, St. Joe had a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call state park last week Sun- Some of this week's Rich' news was written for last weeks paper but did not arrive in time. Eva, daughter of Ben Halford Dakota City (Humboldt), became the bride of Laurence, son of Mr and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, Wednesday Point Uigust 18. That evening the cou- le entertained at a wedding dance at the I. 0. 0. F. hall, Algona. Mr and Mrs. C. J. Sill and their daughters Edna and Lucille drove o Iowa Falls a week ago Saturday o attend the state Baptist assembly next day. Evelyn Black was also there last week Sunday. The Hugh Raneys attended a recent picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park in honor of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Raney, Chicago. Mary, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Black, is now employed at the Country club ctub- louse. Florence, elder sister who went to Colorado early in June, secured congenial work there and likes the west very well. Hugh Raney attended the recen state republican convention at Dei Molnes. At a special meeting last week HOBO DAY AT BRITT RECALLS WER HOAX Brltt will celebrate l£s annual hobo day Wednesday, August 22. This "day" grew out ot a hoax almost as notable as the Cardiff giant. Tom Way, then of Brltt, now chairman of the state highway iommlssion, and other rare Brltt sports, including "Bailey of Brltt," publisher of tho Brltt Tribune, who became nationally known as a humorist, concocted the hoax. The Tribune announced that Brltt had been picked for a U. S. hobo convention on August 22, 1900. The novel idea attracted the attention of daily newspapers, which played it up In good faith and sent reporters to cover it. When the reporters arrived and found that there was no convention and that there were no hoboes they got together and sent long AUGUST, imaginative concerning the ngs, and it ho public c (ruck "Ul QJ "t "f Sexton early \. ovcr n in e> aml thc tra dumped out,'' TV,'. ? was nearly i, a ] t t , lclri The accident' ^suited because the dri ver w momentarily. NOi one' Tho trailer wn, „„. •-« w^i?*' It was nu route from Lfi C rosso "WIs tn point. "-ID a' Monday evening at the Center schoolhouse the Irvlngton township school board voted to build an addition to the schoolhouse at Irvington, It will be 12 feet wide. The addition is needed to accommodate a large enrollment. visit last week from her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman, R. A. Bartlet' Richard Shell meyer, Esther Potratz, Myrtle an I la Barber, and Lillian and Doro thy Heidenwith attended a car and dancing party at Emmetsbur. Monday evening in honor of Harr Broadwell, Emmetsburg, and Myr tie Barber. The Werner Cades, Carl Ostwald and Mrs. Gus Berninghaus an Mrs. August Gade, West Bend drove to Fort Dodge Saturday t have Delores Cade's injured eye ex amined. She can see with the ey now. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers, o Rolfe, and a daughter were her Saturday evening and called o Ewold Volght at the McCreery hos pital. Mrs. Mathers, formerly Juli day, and a large crowd drank free beer and had a free dance. Arthur Mueller has charge and will move his family there as soon as living quarters are available. Lakota The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson and the Ralph Olsons held a picnic supper last week Monday evening. The Chris Olsons, St. Joseph, Mo., a brother of Mr. Olson, were honor ;uests. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley went .0 Mason City Saturday. Roy came home Sunday but Mrs. Worley will spend the week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bailey. The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena and little son, of Jesup, came Sunday to visit their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Frerking, and with Mrs. Ida Ukena. Mrs. Harry Mussman was ill last week with a severe attack of stomach flu. Her mother, Mrs. Kiester, of Elmore, came to care for her. A number from Lakota attended the celebrations at Rake Thursday and Friday, and at Burt Friday. The Dr. H. H. Murrays spent Sunday at Mankato on a sight-seeing trip. Other Fenton News. The W. P. Weisbrods visited Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen, Davenport, were there, having stopped en route home from Minneapolis, where they visited relatives. Verona Weisbrod, attending summer school, has returned and will spend the rest of her vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers, and the Remiers grandchildren, Georia and Jackie Gerhards, went to Des Mones Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Reimers, and Mrs. Dorothea Gerhards, who had spent a week there with a brother, returned with them. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, daughter Phyllis, the W. E. Stoe- bers, Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf, and Ardls Volght went to the Okobojls Sunday for a ten day bible conference. The Oliver Stoebers, Cedar Falls, visited at the parental W. E. Stoeber's from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Naugle and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Naugle, Johntown, Pa., were at the Charles Glaus home last Thursday. The men are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Glaus and her daughter Geneva attended a Naugle family reunion at Rutland Sunday. Hazel Weisbrod, attending business college at Des Moines, spent from last Thursday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weisbrod, returning to Des Moines Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad and Mr. and Mrs. Reimers. The Dr. C. C. Kitchens, of Mason City, the William Kents, Omaha, and Bernice Lindsey, Carroll, came Saturday for a week at the parental H. C. Lindseys. The three women are daughters of the Lindseys. The Francis Reillys and Mr. and Mrs. Kesterman, Minneapolis, were callers at Charles Newel's last week Tuesday evening. They were returning from the West Bend grotto. Mr. Rellly was once employed at the Newel farm. Mrs. P._L. Klyver, Minneapolis, August o'clock Leonard Fink, Waterloo, the latter's children, and a brother, Adolph Homrighaus, Wolf Point, Mont., and his daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gamelgarde, St. Paul, spent last Thursday and Friday at Clarence Theesfield's. Mr. Gamelgarde and Mr. Theesfield attended a barber school together at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jansen and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoner, Sibley, visited at Harry Haase's over Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Jansen was formerly assistant in the creamery here. The Henry Fauerbys, Eldora, spent Saturday and Sunday at C. H. Geronsin's and E. C. Fauerby's. Harold Geronsin, CCC camp member, accompanied them and visited his parents. Mrs. Le Roy Newel, Hartley, and her sister, Mrs. Rose Brown Rich- enbacker, New York City, visited Fenton relatives last week Tuesday. The Newels are former Fenton residents. Mrs. Charles Glaus entertained the Dorcas Sewing Circle last week Wednesday. Guests were Mesdames Carrie Voight, John Gramenz, John Kramer, Mike Weisbrod, and Earl Dean. The Henry Schultes and Mrs Schulte's brother, George Formals who is visiting here, went to Morris, Minn., Sunday to visit the Chris Templins, returning Monday Mrs. F, H. Bohn and her daugh ter Mary Ann were Emmetsburg shoppers Saturday, and en route home were brief callers at the par ental Nick Goeders home, Cylinder Nell Quinn, Owatonna, Minn came last Thursday to visit the C. F. C. Laages and J. A. Schwartzes. She is a school friend of Edith Laago and comes every summer. Edmund Krause, Ardis Voight, Virginia Frank, and Leona Bor- at morning services at a mission festival at West Bend Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Munson, Es- herville, visited from Monday till Vednesday at Robert Kyhl's. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder en- ertained Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber at dinner Sunday. The George Newels were at Henry Johnson's and Henry Newil's, Kanawha, Sunday. Oscar Zweifel, Des Moines, vis- ted his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jaob Zweifel, last week. The Herman Gades were Sunday afternoon visitors at Robert Bell's, lear Algona. Mary Ann Bohn is visiting Faith Jarjorie Johnson, near Fairville. S. Cresco Church' to Be Disposed Of The South Cresco . Methodist church organization has been disbanded, and the question of disposition of the building is up for decision. It was built by the community, and there is talk of con verting it into a community building, Many former members of the church now belong to the Algona church. IVo Specialize in AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Our Automobile Insurance Protects You In Case You Get Hurt A Modern Automobile Travel Service, Very reasonable rates. Complei Dwelling nnd Household Goods Insnrance Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rated Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds-Boer Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. Our Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts Pi Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the Ten Bates Consistent With Reliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited, Loans—Real Estate—Rentals—Inycstmonts, THE ALGONA INSURANCE Phone 55 C. R,l a ] Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa States Stomach Gas One dose of ADLERIKA quick- A ly relieves gas bloating, cleans out BOTH upper and lowei bowels, allows you to eat and • . sleep good. Quick, thorough action yet gentle and entirely safe, ADLERIKA E. W. LUSBY, Druggist. chardt gave a musical program at Mrs. Walter Smith's, Swea City, Friday for the Methodist Aid. Mr. and Mrs. Harlowe Johnson got home Saturday from their honeymoon in California. After a short visit at the Fred Kluss home they will live at Cylinder. The Wilbert Holldorfs, the Robert Kyhls, and the August Kyhls, Ringsted, attended a family reunion at L. M. Holldorfs, Ceylon, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod went to Fort Dodge Sunday evening to get Irene Newel, who had visited in Texas two months. John Newel, senior member of the Newel hardware, had an appendectomy at Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. George Yager, Algona, visited her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Wagoner, last week Wednesday. The Rev. R. W. Kabelitz preached Reduced Rates on ALL LOANS You can now secure a loan of $300.00 or less at our new low rate . Our new plan will mean a substantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the most complete loan service in the State, Various loaning plans. Reduced payments. As long as 20 months to repay, WHY -PAY MORE THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any purpose See H. N. Kruse Phone 125 Representing Algona Federal Finance Co, Des Moinea x> Five nflcrnooni and lix niftliu of miJwcn'i tralen har inJ ninnliif r«cc». Over 300 •H Do You Buy With 60 Cent Dollars 100 Cent Dollars i or daughter Vivian, and the Kyhls, Ringsted, were 6 dinner guests at Robert Kyhl's last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Klyver and Mrs. Kybl are sisters. The Legion Auxiliary held an annual picnic at Tuttle Lake Sunday. The W. R. Wolfe, Hans Baago, E. C. Fauerby, and Ed Ohm families and Nels Anderson and Clyde Arbogast, from here, attended. Mrs. Herman Huskamp had a WHEN YOU SPEND YOUR DOLLARS for a newspaper be certain that you receive 100 cents value in return, not the new-fangled 60-cent dollar. The Kossuth County Advance is still on the gold standard of giving 100 cents and more return for every dollar paid for subscriptions. For this reason the Kossuth County Advance has more subscribers than any other newspaper published in this territory. It is the policy of the Kossuth County Advance to continue to improve. Each week's issue is better than the preceding week, and each year marks some advance in the science of news reporting for Kossuth readers. Investigate carefully before you buy It will make you big returns, and subscribers to the Advance receive more than full value from every dollar. * ADVERTISING RETURNS quality and quantity of the circulation « jg newspaper. The Kossuth County Adva n ^ proud of two things— the largest 0*®"*® the county and the quality of its readers pay for subscriptions. Throw-away circulation, either by by free or gift measures, has little va lue the newspaper goes to a home where i money an advertiser has no chance 01 » on his investment in advertising, reason why paid circulation is The Kossuth Co. Advance is BOW ' .^ its as a newspaper. It is not given away & are no premiums of long "extra" P er f ^'AM? it, taking the Kossuth County Advance w^ and therefore it is thoroughly read, i»' advertising results. WE 90 OUE OWN LBN8 GBIXDIH& DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa I Kossuth County Advance | Ttte Kossuth County Newspaper | Where Your Dollar Has 100 Cent*

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