KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA DAIRY CALF CLUB ENJOYS TWO-DAY mm TOUR RELATIVES Famous Sho\vJieisEnter 1934 State F Horse Comes Back at State Fair fflVE EVENT ^""l^Mr. and Mrs. recently en- and friends liOCd JtheiTtenth wedding an- ^attnoM. G. Parsons Je Attending: Lois and ^ys^Ss^Sl l >lrSl ] keilye, too Ted John- 1 Elmer ^ ei ^ e ; r(!glo yg, Mr. and It, nachel Shackel- Reed, Algona; i and Merrill Par- ltc '"««>no- Mr. and Mrs. iWy?™ 8 ^ whifnii. Burt; the Sumner Parsons , me" Ted Harrs, and the A Mr. and Mrs. Parsons Jrpsented with many- gifts, rfi™ •-« «°°°"" r fin,,* ™.».»» a «- | r go an operation. iiniiy Has Reunion— . a nd Mrs. Alvin Weber, Frank a and the Walter Barrs drove v'ar Rapids last Saturday and fned there by the following (a Weber reunion: the Henry fcCorwith; Dr. and Mrs. R. Eer, Bancroft; Melba De C Coldrldgc, Neb., who Is a V of Mrs. R. E. Weber; the Antrims, and Mr. and Mrs. [ Weber, Pontiac, 111. Mrs. Joe L also of Pontiac, was the Ln'e of Frank Weber's children •present. The group all gath- 1 Saturday afternoon at a tour- I park near Cedar Rapids and V the night and Sunday there. jj Sunday the group dispersed [began the trip to their various llonary Society Meets— Irs. T. E. Wickwire had charge Hie devotional service at the Jlonary society which met at fchtirch last Friday afternoon. } call was answered with scrip- f verses containing promises. [rt prayers were offered by sev- of the members. Articles on jew were read by Mesdames mire, Boldridge, and M. L. ,#. Shirley Roney sang "Trust [Obey", and Mrs. K. P. Roney ed a piano solo "Meditation." r the close of the meeting a 1 dish luncheon was. served ! annex. its Lose to St. Benedict— Irvington ball team played [games with St. Benedict Sun[ losing both. The game in the noon was played on the local , score 24-4. In the evening : took place on the lighted od at Corwith, and the score J10-2. A benefit dance given by llocal ball team at the Floral last Thursday evening was attended. Clarence Rosan, iager, is trying to raise enough ley to treat the team to the fid's fair. L J. JL Patterson Recovering— , Jewell M. Patterson, who went an operation at the luth hospital a few weeks ago [moved to the home of her ier, Mrs. Charles Walker, Ali, Saturday. Mrs. Patterson is [vering, but will recuperate for ine at her mother's before re- tag home. IRVINGTON NEWS [r. and Mrs. Merle Watson. San iclsco, and their small son ar- 1 Friday to visit Mrs. R. M ion They planned to leave this : Tuesday for Carlisle, where will spend some time with !*» grandmother. Merle is "u to many here and in Algona formerly lived with his Parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M *>. who then had a store here lattended the Algona high °1- Mrs. V. j. schichtl enter- l« the visitors at dinner Mon r TV,!' ~ J Verne - Mr - and Mrs s™ P,r r , e busine <»8 visitors 'son City last week Tuesday e.R. A. Clarks, Algona Kr Th* ™ le ? ° n Mr8 ' Sam w - rn« Charles Egels were Mawdsleys, Burt 1*3 SSS $?£'$£ - ere Mr, am r. and Mrs. Oran — --.»***wv**i &n( ,^r y e 0 sfcit f y r ° m «" CC ° Ito SrtV Charle s Bgel's Bu«. Mrs> Nlck Ha eer Clofhnl' and tne ^tter's UothUda Brulls, all o also visited a r and Mr nephew of te* Mr - and Mrs >s spending this is visiting f er ne i«~ «",T'"%, 4 " ltdy8 Ramus b-nZs nr f Mr r cll -2 the pre- fellow Paid f5.25 and d. -Toe ^ -^ Justice Tiicmhi. Ant-. 1—A reunion was h'jld lit J. 10. (toil's Sunday for Mrs. birthdiiy. Attending: Mrs. Hose llobbs and the Karl Hobbs i family, Crystal Uilu;; the Cobns HobliK family, Thompson; the William llif.koks, Mr. and Mrs. Orval illir-kok, the IlutKont;, ami the Ken- Mioth Hickokfi, Hayfield; Mr. and : Mrs. Pearl Mickok, Ventura; Arvid .Murray, Webster City; and the Len ('allies family, Titonka. Seneca Woman in Farewell Party for Mrs. Aug. Nelson Seneca, Aug. 1.—A group of women gave a surprise farewell par- y last week Tuesday afternoon for Ylrs. August Nelson at the Teachers Cottage where the Nelsons have ived since removal from the Seneca store. August has operated his store in the Seneca garage this summer. Till last fall the Nelsons resided on the farm where tho Al)in Nelsons now live. They expect to be located in Lone Rock soon. The self-invited guests prepared unch of ice cream, cake, cookies, and coffee, served in cafeteria style. They were Mesdames Cecil Bailey, Charles Osborn, J. II. Jenson, Jennie Jensen, Linus Jensen and Beverly, Otto Wilberg, Olo Oleson and Bertha, Martin Wilberg, Joe Madden, Fred Brown, Herman Strueker, Albin Nelson, George harlson, Henry Looft, Fred Jensen, Albert Ullestad, Jens Halvorsen, Anna Osborn, daughter Pauline, P. H. Jensen, Henry Lange. Attending from Ringsted were the Mesdames George Jensen, her family, H. N. Wilberg, John Andreason, and Peter Thorsen. Mrs. Nelson was presented with a purse. Norland Sister is Confirmed— The Melvin Norlands attended confirmation evercises at the Lutheran church, Cylinder Sunday, and were dinner guests at Edw. Burgesson's, near Ringsted. Mrs. Norland's sister was a member of the Confirmation class. Surprise for Alice Thompson— A group of young people surprised Alice Thompson at her home | last wo.ck Tuesday evening, the oc- jcasion her birthday anniversary. I Outdoor games wore played and ; lunch was served at midnight. I'nstor Away on Vacation— Tbo Rev. and Mrs. S. 0. Sande and their daughter Pearl are spending a two weeks vacation at a lake in Minnesota. Bertba Olesou is car! iug for (heir chickens. Case of Yi'llow Jaundice— LuEIIa Bierstedt was seriously ill last week with yellow jaundice. Doctor McCreery, Whittemore, was in charge. (.'raven Suffers Accident— , M. S. ('raven's son Doyle, who Jims been at a CCC camp at Forest City during the Hist few weeks, ic- cently suffered a wound in his right leg while he was at work with a handax. The cut was deep, and lie was taken to a hospital at Des Moiucs, where he will have to spend three or four weeks. Ueclf Store is Discontinued— Harry Beck, who had bad a grocery store and meat shop in the old Budlong building a few months, sold his stock a week or so ago and left for a week at the world's fair accompanied by his wife. They planned to settle at Swea City. Before they came here they lived at Armstrong. Pastor's Son Has Accident— Camping with the Boy Scouts at Lake Washington last week, Dwayne, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul, fell from the running board of a car and his left arm was broken in two places. This was the second break for the same arm. CORRECTION IS MADE IN WEDDING ACCOUNT Mrs. Nellie G. Bowyer, Hollywood, writes that in recent Advance mention of the marriage of Melvin Henderson and Leeta Stebbins, both of Pomona, Calif., the bride was referred to as the daughter of Ross Stebbins, "Kalispell, Mont." Mrs. Bowyer thinks this was confusing Ross Stebbins, Pomona, with Ross Robison, Kalispell, formerly Irvington, and she is right, but the erroneous reference occurred in incidental mention subsequent to the original story in the Society column, where it did not appear. . . Mrs. Bowyer adds that Melvin is the only son of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, Pomona, formerly Algona, and his wife the only daughter of her parents. The bridegroom's wedding trip to New York City was a reward from the Equitable Life Assurance Society for completing a quota as salesman. The new Mrs. Henderson's father, who was a barber in the Carl Wauge shop here many years ago, is now blind, the result of cataracts. Other Seneca ]S T cws. The C. M. Thompsons, the George Charlsons, and the Albin Nelsons attended confirmation evercises at St. John's Lutheran church, Cylinder, Sunday, and were dinner guests at the Ed Ihle home. Mrs. Anna Osborn, son Earl, Mrs. William Osborn, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, and the latter's son Vernon spent from Saturday till Monday visiting relatives at Waterloo, Cedar Falls, and LePorte City. The Otto Wilbergs, the Albert Ul- lestads, Mrs. Linus Jensen, and the latter's daughter Beverly were Sunday dinner guests at Jens Halvorsen'.s. A large crowd attended a home made ice cream social at the Lutheran church last Thursday evening. The proceeds exceeded $20. Marlys Jensen returned Sunday, after a few weeks at her sister Mrs. Guy Griffith's, Des Moines. Bank Robber to Governor Herring is publishing notice in the Fenton Reporter (dem.) that application for commutation of the sentence of Harry • L. Barton, No. 13535, Anamosa, will i be presented soon to the state hni T*H nf *"*" *»«!*•» Tl«* »*Hn urn c pnn — victed in Mrs. IFansen to Hospital— Mrs. Ray Hanson was taken to an Iowa City hospital last Thursday for an operation. She has been critically sick several weeks. Her sons Junior and Forest are at Philip Buffington's, south of town. Des Moines, Special: The Iowa State Fair this summer will help to celebrate the "comeback" of the horse on farms and in in dustry, by staging one of the largest horse show* of recent years at the big exposition in Des Moines Aug. 22 to 31. Added classes oi competition have been provided, to represent all breeds, the nighi horse shows have been expanded to cover five nights, and increased offerings have been made for colts and horses raised by 4-H Club farm boys and girls. Over GOO horses are expected to be included Under the direction of Ernest Wright, field representative for the Iowa State Dairy association, dairy calf club members of Kossuth found the recent dairy calf club field days educational. Two days were given to these Lours, July 23 in the South End, July 24 in the North End. Each day the club members were instructed in care and management of hoifors and some time was pent on showing and fitting. Three classes of dairy cattle ivoro judged each day, and the six- club boys high in judging each day, were, in order: July 23—Arnold Drcycr, Eldon Shaw, Rex Taylor, Fi'.ank Schoby, Floyd Bode, Roland Bode; July 24—Merle Miller, Edward Mescbor, Vincent Weselman, Louis Price, Wayne MHiller, Paul Inman. Mr. Wright said the calves were in good condition and that Kossuth ought to have a good dairy calf club show this fall. Bon M. Stiles, C. II. Klanip, Field Reporters W. J Payne, Contributing chickens, grouse, and other wild,were doing chores in a hurry Fri- game are kept in the "den" at his day so that they could take part in home. Most of the specimens were j an evening celebration at Burt put shot at or near Algona, and some on by the Leigon post, of tho species represented are now * * * * nearly extinct in this locality. The drought has caused duck and other | yii _ iou ^ iiw | !jng the St. Benedict People's Savings bank with intent to rob and was sentenced to an indeterminate term not exceeding life. Commutation is asked because the then county attorney, G. D. Shumway, and the judge, Fred C. Lovrien, have recommended clemency and because the sentence is considered too severe. The Lutheran Aid will meet in the school basement next week Thursday, and on the serving committee will be Mesdames William Dau, Louis Greinert, W. H. Discher, Arnold and Herman Gade, and Otto Hahn. . Th« Frank Schattschneiders ana Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider, recently drove to Davenport to visit the Arnold Wills and Oscar Schattschneider. Mrs. Will was formerly Mela Schattschneider. Lutheran Church is Redecorated— St. Paul's Lutheran church has been redecorated by Bert Deal, Algona. Last Thursday the women cleaned benches, windows, chairs, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsmger, New Glarus, Wis., and their daughter Leona arrived last week Tuesday to visit the Adam Luchsingers, and went to Lu Verne last Thursday to visit other relatives. Thence they were to go to Webster City to call on Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lucb/- singer's son Earl, who is in a CCC camp there. Jacob is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Luchsinger. The M. J. Quinns, of Ellsworth, Wis., spent from last week Wednesday till Friday at J. P- Dhlenhake'B. The two famines were formerly neighbors in Wisconsin. The Edward Boos family and Hr. and Mrs. Chris Hindis, all of Chicago, Tteited tee* Thursday evening a The Booses are cousins of Mrs. Schumacher. They were en route to the Black Hills. Among the sick last week were Mrs. Herman Voight, Mrs. August Mielke, and John, son of Mrs. Minnie Baas. Mrs. Peter Schumacher went to West Bend Friday to attend a Legion Auxiliary meeting. She is historian for the West Bend post. Charley Seymour drove to St. Paul Friday for repairs for the Diesel engine at the light and power plant. Frank Farrell recently bought a 1932 Ford at the Weisbrod garage, Emmetsburg. . Alice McGovern, Chicago, arrived last week Wednesday for a few days with friends. . Mrs. Fred Lehman entertained last week Wednesday evening in honor of her 67th birthday and her and her husband's 45th wedding anniversary. Attending: the Julius Baas and Pete Kollasch families, Burt; Esther Behnke, Algona; Messrs, and Mesdames Christ Meyer, Charles Ostwald, and D. Cordes, the Reinliard Behnkes, Mrs. Margaret Heller, and daughter Irene. The men played cards. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke's son Elmer left for Excelsior Springs, Mo., last Thursday to visit his brother Fred, and thence was to go to Monitor, Mich., to teach the grades in a Lutheran school. The school opens in mid-August. Elmer entered the Concordia teachers college, River Forest, 111., after completing the eighth grade in St. Paul's Lutheran school, and attended school there seven years. Last year he tok a post-graduate course. Frank teaches at Webster City. Free Dance at Hodman. Whittemore, Aug. 1-Many from here attended a free dance at Rodman last Thursday night. Henry Schulte. Fenton, who recently bought a pool hall there, obtained a permit to sell beer and that was his opening night. Free beer;was served, and the hall was filled to capacity. Mr. Schulte also has a beer garden and pool IpH »» Store Here Planned— The Clarence Tuttles and the Telko Sietsamas spent Sunday at West Bend. Telko will open a dry goods store here in his own building next north of the Beed hardware in two weeks. Postoffice to New Quarters- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Newville have moved the postoffice to the building recently vacated by the Rite-Way grocery store which they bought. Hall Team Defeats B. C^— The town ball team played Buffalo Center Sunday at Buffalo Center, and won, 3-2. Buffalo Center will play here next Sunday. Other Titonka News. Assisting hostesses to the Woman's club Friday at the Mrs. Homer Downs home were Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mrs. Frances Budlong, Mrs. H. W. Schoenlein, Mrs. Herman Rachut, Mrs. R. C. Ball, and Mrs. Stephen de Vries. Seventeen women attended. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Terpstra, of Des Moines, son Donald, and Lois Heifner, who works at Des Moines, came Sunday to visit the L. C. and they are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Heifner. Mrs. Stephen de Vries and her son Junior went to Primghar Saturday to attend a de Vries family reunion Sunday, and thence were to go to Bloomington, 111., to visit relatives till school begins. They will also visit the world's fair. The F. W. Inghams, St. Paul, and Jennie E. Ingham, of California, spent a few days last week with Mrs. J. F. Fisher, and Jennie E. Ingham, who is Mrs. Fisher's mother, remained for an extended visit. The Fred Wentzes will move this week Wednesday to a house vacated by the Charles Newvilles. The Chester Lamoreux family will move to the house vacated by the Fred Hogans. The Earl Trenarys, of Gilmore City, spent Sunday visiting with the Chester Lamoreux family, and the Trenary daughter Revere remained for a week with Loraine- Lamoreux. Dorothy Henderson, hospital patient at Iowa City two or three months, is visiting the Dr. W. F. Hamstreets two weeks. She formerly worked for Mrs. Hamstreet. Mrs. Mable Dryland, Cedar Rapids, and her daughter Betty Lee came Sunday to visit Editor and Mrs. Lee 0. Wolfe. They will go home Friday. Keith and Ted Hoff, of Ames, have been spending the last few weeks visiting with their grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Schoonlein. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet and Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball drove to Fort Dodge Monday for Watson Hamstreet, who had been in a hospital there, A children's day picnic and program took place at the Rev. Mr. Killian's church north of town Sunday afternoon. The Dr, H. R. Andersons, Rockwell, and the Dr. James Charles- worths, Clear Lake, spent Sunday at Dr. R. C. Ball's. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed drove to Clarion Monday to attend a hardware men's convention. The Fred, Bruno, Henry, and Folkert Steckers spent Sunday picnicking at Interlaken. Jean French, who has spent a week at a girls' camp at Boone, returned Friday. The Lloyd Schencks, Burt, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenck. Frank Hogan was critically sick last week, but is again up and around. William Fortmeyer, of Chicago, has been visiting here. Brother-ln-Law is Drowned. Irvington, Aug. 1—Paul Hudson received a telegram Friday informing him that his brother-in-law, Harold Williams, had been drowned. Mr. Hudson was unable to attend the funeral, which was bold thi9 week The hatching season for the Loyd Wellendorfs, While .Leghorn breeders who live just west of the fair grounds, is over. Loyd has lived there for 34 years, and he has made raising White Leghorn chicks his main hobby for the last ten years. He has about 1200 hens at the present time. Loyd used to be a heavy hog producer and had big hog sales annually in his own sale pavilion, which was later sold to the county fair and is now used as a display barn for 4-H club baby beeves at the fair. His main sports are hunting and fishing, and he is a member of the Izaak Walton League. Many mounted specimens of ducks, wild geese, prairie ] times. Since then, we believe, the hay has dried, with' the plentiful supply of intense heat. The Kellners have lived on this 320-acre farm for some time, and five years ago they built a modern home, one of the very best. However, John mentioned the fact that conditions were considerably better than for building than now. The road west of his home, including the driveway and yard, has been graveled, so he is not marooned during wet weather. The Kelmers deserve a lot of credit for their fine farm, where everything is kept in tip-top condition. All the farmers around Burt Margaret Nelson, employed in Chicago, is spending a vacation water fowl to avoid this section. | w jth her folks on "a farm near Mrs. Wellendorf is one of the Lone Rock. Last Friday she spent daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank the day with Jessie Smith and Elva Miller, south of Algona. The Wel-JEwoldt, of Algona, and Saturday lendorfs have one child, Lament, she visited Margaret Brown, who two years old, who generally ac- ' i s at the John Brown home in Britt companies his father about the lat- during the absence of Mrs. Brown, ter's duties and on errands. La-j who is on nursing duty at Burt. mont seems to be learning the Miss Nelson was employed at Sen- poultry business young. Loyd milks a tor L. J. Dickinson's and at Eu- eight cows and does all his own gene Neville's prior to her leaving work without hired help. Much for Chicago. She plans to go back time is spent in caring for the i n a week or two. beautiful grounds - around the i * • • » home. The drive encircles the house and lawn. doves, and says he has a good feed on squabs whenever he wants one. * * * • Tom Lee, Musselshell, Mont., is visiting his brother Geo. L., of south Minnesota street, Algona. He accompanied two carloads of cattle to Sioux City last week Monday, and then came here for a visit till Friday, when he left for home. • * * When we called Saturday on Paul Palmer, two miles south of Algona on the old Clark place, we found him finishing up his oat field. He was using a tractor to pull his binder, so the hot weather hadn't been holding him up any. His small grain was looking good, and he expects a good crop. The Palmers have five children, one girl and four boys. Mrs. Palmer is i Phillips girl, daughter of M. N. Phillips, southwest of Algona. Her children were all sick with sore hroats and were coughing badly, and Mrs. Palmer was whooping cough. She kept busy, caring for the . children and keeping her housework up. * « • • When we called Sunday on John Fraser, three miles south of the county farm, he was just getting his family off to church, and then was going to help the hired men 'inish up the chores. John said he :s still kept on the jump by his duties as a member of the county corn-hog committee. The commtt- ;ee has now worked five months without compensation. The Frasers have a beautiful home, and John is glad he has more time to spend there now that the biggest part of the corn-hog work is over. William Broederson, Lone Rock, With the help of was surprised when his brother afraid of was being sick careful landscaping and shrubbery John, Montana, dropped in to see the Wellendorfs have one of the him last week-end. John had ac- prettiest homes near Algona. companied a carload of cattle to * * * • Chicago, and was on the return We called on the Matt Kellys trip. Tuesday at their farm * * * • miles south of Algona The Cresco Embroidery club was on No. 16. They live on a Crowell to meet yesterday with Mrs. Hat- farm. They were on the lawn, tie Brown, south of Algona. trying to cool off a bit before they I • * * * resumed work. The buildings set' The latest heat wave — that is, above the road a few feet, so dust latest unless a new one has devel- from the highway is not bad. A oped since Monday morning when great deal of time has been spent this was written—broke last mid- in improving the grounds and rats- week, and the temperatures since ing a fine garden. We noticed that then have been livable, even chilly Matt has a nice field of soy beans in the early mornings, giving the next to the road south of the first hint of fall. The oats are house. He was telling us that last nearly if not quite all shocked, and month he milked 13 cows, and they some fields present almost an old- averaged him almost $7 apiece, time appearance, though pessi- Now that they have good pasture mists predict that the yield will be he expects better production this, short by perhaps 50 per cent. LONG'S Food Shop Everything to eat for everyone. Give us your complete list of groceries— For Your Harvest Meals Bushel peaches for canning dub in Friday. We pay 15c for No. 1 Eggs Free delivery and phone for your use. month. Matt is getting along in years, but is still able to do a man's work every day. He and * * * Walter Fisher, two miles west and 2% miles south of Fenton, had Mrs. Kelly raised a good family, finished cutting a field of oats and but the children are all moving so was starting on another when we now the old folks are alone as they ] called last Thursday. He remarked were at the beginning. on how grateful he was for a good * * * * crop, for not over 60 days ago it A few weeks ago we called on did n °t look as though there would Art" Hagg, who farms the Clap- be anything. While we were there saddle place, two miles east of the Plum Creek elevator, and in the next week's paper we made note of the call. When we called back this last week Wednesday he had a laugh on us, for in writing about the acreage of his farm, we gave him credit for only 24 acres. Due to an error in printing, one figure was omitted, and we are taking this opportunity, to correct it and give him credit for 240 acres. * • * • Last week Monday, when we called on Mrs. Jacob Simmons, who with her three children lives on a small acreage jus£ one-half mile west of St. Benedict, we found both she and the children busy in the garden. Since the death of her husband four years ago, she has we saw three young women finish shocking the oats, and Walter said they were his sisters. They had shocked more than 100 acres for their father. Their names are Ann, Ha, and Myrtle, and they teach during the school year. They like work on the farm. • * * » Arthur Riedel, two miles north and a mile west of Fenton, has been doing some improving. One thing is a new well, and he also strung some new fence. Mrs. Riedel was out with an "Armstrong" mower, cutting down burdocks, and she remarked on how rapidly the weeds have grown since the recent rains, but corn, she added, was growing just as fast. Ralph S. Lee, west she owns. Last week on Th w o on Theo. Handland, who farms 500 run machinery 1% miles north- was at home last eaning out his We saw a binder working in his field and asked who was running it; he said one of the boys. Boys grow up fast and they like to * * * * Stephen Loss, who lives a few acres four miles southeast of Wes< ley in partnership with an insurance company. The Handlands braith, where"ttojThkd''°SrSS oats for^oneTf"the neighborTwith many years. Theo and the boys a 10-ft. tractor binder last week were finishing cutting a field of Tuesday. He cuts about 300 Jcres The crops on their new every year, his own and some for farm look fairly good, considering neighbors. This season it was so the weather. Mrs. Handland bus- hot that the tractor came in les herself with her large flock of most handy and saved the horses Stephen also has a corn shelter, and the neighbors wanted him to to be shell corn, but he said he could not chickens and her garden. * * * * An ideal farm home is found one mile north and one mile do two jobs at once east of St. Benedict, the home of the John Kellners. John and a son were busy cleaning up about the yard when we drove in last week Tuesday. It was too wet to go into the fields to work. John was wishing that it would soon dry off 90 he eoul4 put up some hay that needed care. and few* borw It back been cut PO wren;! Arthur Fuerstenau, who lives a little north and west of the Lotts Greek store, is always busy. It was late when we called Friday, and he had been helping repair a threshing macbino at a neighbor's. He said the fanners would soon be threshing no*. 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Holecek Radio Shop Five per cent Tl and Safety STATE SUPERVISED ,M K ^f |> TI f\ FEDEBAL H03rE LOAN BANK The Algona Building and Loan Association offers the beet paying and safest means of investing J savings in Kossuth county. No investor has ever lost a penny in this association. All loans are secured by first mortgage on conservatively ap- ' praised city or town rea'l estate with improvements fully IBH sured. ^ HOW XO START A THBIFT ACCOUNT Buy one or more $100 shares today. Pay down only a dot. lar a share, then pay only a dollar a share monthly. Every dollar immediately starts earning interest. In 86 months you* shares are fully paid up and you get the money or leave it to earn interest payable twice a year according to your wish, WE PURSUE A LIBERAL POLICY ON WITHDRAWALS BEFORE MATURITY. INQUIRIES INYITED Money to build, remodel ox refinance city real estate at 9%. Boltt. ing and Loan— loans participate In the foil earubigB of dw AL60NA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION "
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