Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1937 · Page 7
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P. SEPTEMBER 14, 1937. INESS IECTORY f COUNT* ADYANC1 e'wspaper Founded In 6red as Second - Claef lemher 31, 1908, at tht tat Algona, Iowa, Undet It of March 2, 187D. EX-I YOUTH MAKES NEW BUILDINGS AT FENTON HELP MAKE TOWN LOOK MODERN Irton H, W. Mlllei ITON & MILLER ; Law Offices, bffico 427, residence 3'/.4 f Algona, Iowa. l. L. BONAtt ttorney-at-Law Iowa State Bank Bldg. bne 460-W. Algona, low* Fenton Sepl. 13—Excavation for ^Irvlngton, _ Sept. 13—The Itesi ni0 basement of a now boor parlor - r ,, ' — • • •• • » i iv; i ^t;ri Moihos Sunday Hcgistnr rncontly carried a Ktory about. Berkley Bedoll, 10, Spirit. T,«ko. He is the oldest, son of Mr. ;uul MI-K. Walter lic- ilall and ban made himsnlf locally famous for making flies for fjsh- ISerklcy took Uiis up us a hobby nnd billiard hall for Alviu Humach was bogun last wuok by Hantel- nuin. & Nnlson, local contractors, on Mr. Xiiinuch's lot Just, north of 1.1 in First Trust. & Savings branch office. Tt will ho one of the most modern buildings in Fen ton. The. building w m be 25 foot wide four years ago, when bo needed I 1 ' 1 ' ' l2 rrx!l - 1(I "K ami will he flics for fishing himself, and made some from hair from clog's lull. Other fishermen them these handmade flies, tried out, and found them Kit good that soon Berkley was supplying local ."•porting goods stores. ^ Jfifructed of clay block, with a brick n j s : front. There will bo shower baths for customers, and the building will be air-conditioned, the first air-conditioned building for Fen- Tlie upper floor will be used for J, McMAIION & LINNAft flllvan S. B. McMahoi L. E. Iilnnan Utorneys-at-Law Knew County Mutual Bldg Office, 201; J. W. S., 309 Algona, Iowa &IUNGTON & LOWE fAttorneys-at-Law rrington J. D. Low 17 R. J. H. 44! |lce Over Postoffice NESS, G. W. STILLMAfl Lawyers in new Helse Block. ! Algona, lowu Rumway E. D. Kell) ItUHVAY & KELLY I Attorneys-at-Law jfice In Quinby Block Algona, low* L. A. WINKEL Attorney-at-Law :e in Quinby Building Phone 180 by December 1. The erection of the Zumach Last summer the hoy advertised^' 10 1)W5r Parlor and lunch parlor, his flies in a sports magazine, and antl tno billiard tables will bo in his business has ever since in- lll ° basement Mr. Zumach expects ereasdd steadily. His dog, however, to 1)(: l"c:ited in the new building is no longer able to supply the demand, though still a silent partner tit the work table. Berkley makes every fly himself and wraps it in a cellophane envelope. Next summer, be plans to put 80 patterns of flics, all his own. idea, on the market. Sportsmen ll'ourcd, and the laying of the •• - - blocks started. This building will. one story, 25x42, and will be used for feed and storage purposes. Finishing touches of the new Super-Service station for the Fen ton Homo Oil Co. were completed last week. This is located at the north end of main street. A year ago this summer the Thompson lumber company building marks the fourth now building on Fonlon's main street within a year. The foundation of a new Stoeber hardware -warehouse, has been superior on the say his products are far to many that hnvc. been market for years. Berkley's father lived in Irvington many years, and Berkley himself has visited here often. ' Mrs. Iliillie Umlson Here- Mr, and Mrs. Jens Loye, of Red Wing, Minn., brought Airs, llatlio KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, -IOWA PAGE SEVEN 0. H. KLAJffP, Field Representative O. McFarland, southeast of B irt, was hauling manure and d iving a fine span of mules hitch- to the spreader when we saw him last week Monday. G. 0. be- lijives in keeping his yard and barn clean. He also must be a good neighbor, for Walter Faulstich, near Lono Hock, was there to see him, and said they had "lived neighbors" 11 years ago and still came and went to visit each other. * * * * Chris Anderson, southeast of Bancroft, told us last week Monday tljat he will move in the spring. The place where he lives is one of tile, farms where a dam will be biiilt when the government restores Union Slough. Chris will move on U> a farm only a mile northeast fi'om where he now lives, so ho Will still Jiavo it handy for fishing ill the Slough. * * * * We called on Rudy Rahe, south- e)ist of Bancroft, last week Mon- dliy. On this farm the insurance cbmpany that owns it has repaired ahfl painted the outbuildings. Mr. alid Mrs. Rahc have two fine little boys, who were having, plenty of Hudson down Thursday, after she 'struclcd a large, modern lumber had spent several months at Lake j building on north main street. B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law over Iowa Stale Bank 206 Algona, lex 0 "* P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law jee over Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J; Res. 316 City, Minn., and she is now at Paul Hudson's, where she is still recovering from a broken hip she suffered soon after going lo Lake City. She went there to be. with a sister, Mrs. Grace Collins, who died a week or so after her arrival. Mrs. Hudson is now able to get about on crutches, and she plans to spend the winter at Paul's. Mrs. Loye and Mrs. Hudson are sisters. I'. ('. Club is <o Meet— The Plum Creek Literary & Social club will moot this week Wednesday with Mrs. It. H. Skilling, and the program will be of educational interest. A new president will be elected. Mrs. Lewis McWhortor, Algona, the president, has resigned because of poor health. Mesdamos Skilling and Hugh Ranoy are the Nos. 1 and 2 vice presidents. FENTON NEWS Postmaster and Mrs. ,T. A. Schwartz went lo Fort Dodge Thursday, and Mr. Schwartz attended a postmasters' convention at which Postmaster General .Tames Farley spoke. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith got home Wednesday from a three weeks tour in the west. Mr. Smith is cashier in the First Trust & Savings branch hero. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz visited Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod at Whittcmore Friday afternoon. fUn. rior There are six little rat ter- puppies on the place. The tween the walls, and from the appearance of the solos they had soon lots of wear. The farm consists of 223 acres. It is in the southeast corner of Grant township. J. G. Grundy, Long Beach, Edith went to Iowa Falls a week ago Monday and visited Mrs. Mnyne'a sister, Mrs. Barhite. Mrs. Mayno returned Tuesday, Edith remaining till Wednesday and then went on to Cedar Rapids, where Monday afternoon. Mr. Kent will be remembered as the former banker in Sexton. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Mrs. Drussio Noble, returned a week ago Monday afternoon from she will enter Coe college. She is j staples, Minn., when they had to make her home awhile there • Bpcnt several days with Mr. and with the Roy Links, former Led- |Mrs . Alfred Opheim. Mr. Opheim yard residents. The Methodist Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. T). A. Link. Plans were made lo bring canned j fruit and vegetables to the church j to bo sent to the Methodist hos-] pital in Sioux City. IT. M. Grannor, Mrs. Holt, and R. Morris attended the first meet- was the former Nell Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise entertained the Kossuth postmasters and assistants at their home her* last week Tuesday evening. After the business meeting lunch wM served. Marie Pfeffer spent Thursday; with her sister Mrs. Ann Green. :Jnlif., owns the farm, and ho has ing of the Schoolmaster's club at! owned it 40 years. Mr. Grundy was once an instructor in the. Des Moines schools. Irvin has lived on Algona on Wednesday evening. School was dismissed Thursday! so that families might attend the 1 the place seven years. He and his I county fair at Algona. wife have one boy, Eldon, 12, who attends the Grant school. * * * # Mr. and Mrs. Otlo Kngstrom, who live a few miles south of Ehnore, on the Mrs. B. F. Sharp farm, attended the county fair Thursday. They said they liked life in the North End. Mrs. Engstrom remarked that it did not seem possible that the twin boys had grown up enough to go lo college. Mrs. Sharp has been improving the farm this summer. She built a now corn crib and granary, with room for 3500 bushels of corn and 3500 bushels of oats. Carl Rath, northwest of Swea >° said it went fine after the rain. |^' mstronE Thu ,. sd ., Tliio io rnrl'a onnnnrl trnaf in Mint __."*• Jllulhaj This is Carl's .second year in that neighborhood. MrB. Arthur Zlclskie was in Burt. Thursday evening having dental work done. i Miss Archer and MisK Oappel i wore ill with flu last wook Tuesday and Wednesday and were unable to be at school. Lloyd Hamm, of Ceylon, Mrs. August Sprank, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- , liam Wcnzel and Lewis drove to Iowa Falls a week ago Sunday to visit, relatives and to son an undo visiting ther from LOK Angeles. Mrs. Asa Warner spent: Wednesday In Bano.roft. visiting her sister. The Bert Sioferl. family visited last week-end in Fort Dodge, and in Jackson, Minn. Mrs. Albert. Barnes and Mrs. Troff visited relatives in iy. rcnisoN LD c. HUTCHISON niKODORE C. HUTCHISOU Attorueys-at-Law curity State Bank Bldg. 1251 Algona, low* \URICE C. McBLAHOM Attorney-at-Law (Office in Heise Bldg. 325 Algona, Iowa DOCTORS ' JOHN N. KENEFICK {Physician and Surgeon ,ce over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 H. CRETZMEYER, M. I). eSurgeon and Physician [flee John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 Iowa Sister of Mrs. Colwell Siclt— Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Colwell drove to Jackson, Minn., Sunday to see Mrs. Colwell's sister, Mrs. William Tanning, who is critically sick. Mrs. Lanning had been at. Roches- tor for several weeks, taking treatment for softening of the spine, but the treatment was not beneficial, and she was returned lo her home Saturday. McOuire Dnncc Draws Crowd— A dance was held a week ago Monday night in the new barn at Livermore Lloyd Hughes has purchased the residence known as the Wornert place here of Mrs. George Lenortz, and is having is redecorated and some repair work done. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes with their three children, who have been living in an boys' parents did not want the boys to know about the pups, and so kept the pups in the barn, but the hoys found the pups all right, liittle boys and puppies just naturally seem to get together, * * * * We had a visit with C. G. Dourte of Swea City, last week Tuesday Though C. G. is farming six miles ilorth of Swea City, he calls it ''homesteading," for he and his Hired man live in a small house there. Ho said he had been looking for a newspaper man to tell him some stories. C. G. showed us sjome fine corn, for his crop is good. His family lives at Swea City, and his mother prepares some (if his good things to eat. * * + * Garrelt Johnson, northeast of Swea City, had just finished eating dinner last week Tuesday when we arrived. It seemed strange to find him in that neighborhood, for he tormerly lived in the Lakota neighborhood. His crops are good. Garrelt has the largest, milk cows we have seen for some time. He is inilking eight at present. #:!•#* We found John Gross, Algona, ^ind his men baling hay on the Geo. W. Patterson farm last week Tuesday. They have the kind of balers h northwest of Lone Rock. spring, is now feeling herself again and looks younger than ever. » * * » apartment with the parents of Mrs. I that have a carrier on the side. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins, expect to move to their home as soon as it is in readiness. Officials and office forces of the Carlson Construction and the Sears Construction companies, who have been located here during the paving season this summer, gave sort of a farewell party Thursday even- the John McGuire farm, near St. \ »>« at the home of Warry Collins Joe. There was a large attend- ,east of town, anee, and though no charge when 30 members of was jthese two companies and some lo- made an offering of $28 was recei'v- : cal friends gathered for a chicken iiiuuu mi uiluring in ip«o wtie rt'cuiv-, " , _ on ed. The money was given to the Dinner which was served at 7:30. „ — . . . , . . ^_. 'mm i-imriiio- nnM nnnctrnpl inn WOI'K. Rev. Father Theobald, pastor at St. Joe, to purchase equipment for the school there. MELYIN G. BOURNE i Physician and Surgeon pffice in Poetoffice Block es: Ottice. 197; residence. 19( DENTISTS I)U. H. M. OLSON Dentist ated over Chrlstensen Store. Business, 166; Res., VSfr Algona, Iowa JO. I). WALRATH, D. D. S. General Dentistry Office in Postoffice Ulock. 1 Algona, Iowa Horse Kidcs Hugh Cobvcll— Hugh Colwoll. Algona, "crippled around" a few days last week, the result of a too close examination of a horse ho thought was too near dead to move. The horse was at the L. E. Colwell farm, suffering from sleeping sickness, and it kicked Hugh on the leg. Son for Edwards Family— Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards, Iowa Falls, are parents of a son, the first child. Mr. Edwards was the last blacksmith to operate the The paving and construction work, which is about finished here, will cause the removal of these two companies from Livormoro. Dennis Zigrang, Los Angeles, who is visiting his son H. L. was an out of town guest. Mr. Coburn, who operates the blacksmith shop here and who has been living in the Mrs. Ethel Aaronson residence, has leased the Frank White residence and will move shortly to that place. Carl Weise, who has been living there, will move to the Frank Collins apartment which will be vacated when Lloyd Hughes moved to his, own property. Cyrus Floyd is spending some time in South .Dakota visiting a to pick the hay up and dump it into the baler. John stands up there and pokes the hay under the feeder. There are two men, one on each side, that tie the bales as they fall out of the rear end. Then a truck hauls them to Mr. Patterson's farm east of Burt. Most of tho second crop on 370 acres had been hauled. It is worth one's time 'to see so much baled hay. It will be fed to Mr.. Patterson's stock. The men were working on the Patterson section' near Swea City. * * * * Samuel Link, northeast of Swea City, is farming now. When we first knew him he sang bass with some other Swea City hoys. He Jacob Roadinger, west of Wesley, was taking care of a sick horse Friday. This was tho best lorse he had. II. had been sick nine days, but he was in hopes it would live. Jacob is one of the oldtimers in that neighborhood. Guy M. Butts, of the Wesley Exchange State bank, says he is not ;he oldest resident of Wesley, but lie has lived there longer than anyone else. Mr. Butts, who was seriously sick a few months ago, is feeling much bettor, but has to live on a strict diet. Ho has gained 15 pounds in the last two months. John Hutchinson, his righthand man at the bank, will also be a Wesley oldtimer soon. He has been there more than 20 years. * * * .* Henry Bahling, six miles north of Algona, informed us Friday that the horse sickness was taking a lot of horses from the Bahling families. He had lost one, and his brothers Frank and Ben, west of Burt, had each lost three. Ben has only one horse left. The boys had fine horses. Jule Siefort has boon ill and is the care of a doctor. ,, | """• L. W. Wiemcr received word '•| of tho death of the infant son of I Mr. and Mrs. .Too Dulas, of Wells, 'Minn., Thursday. The child was only two months old. Mrs. Dulas is Mrs. Wiemer's cousin, being tho daughter of Mrs. Louise Tillmoney, who is well known here. A largo number from hero attended the county fair on different lays, many going Thursday as there was no school. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz and children left a week ago Saturday for Minneapolis to visit Mrs. Nltz's sister, Mrs. Frank Kerkhove. Sunday they visited the Lincoln Van Gundys, at Centura, Wis. The Van "iimdys lived on the Ed Recce farm Ledlvard The W. F. M. S. met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. Cattle Congress NATIONAL BELGIAN SHOW • American Poultry Congress • Mid-West Garden Show • International Waterfowl Exposition • Complete Women's Department • Extensive 4-H Club Exhibits • Interstate Rabbit Show MID-WEST INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION • In addition to the above nationally known quality shows, numorow national contests, scores oi Federal and State educational exhibits, «n*t west's greatest machinery show, national corn, soybean and aUalia show* etc., will be crowded into the big week. CC< Every Complete Circus Program — 20 ThriB- ing Acts — A Score of Rollicking Clowns — 25 Bands and Dram Corps — Hair Raising Novelty Acts — Side Splitting Comedy — Concerts — Soloists — Society Horse Show with beautiful riding,' driving and trained horse acts — Mammoth Premier Stock Parades — Dozens oi Contests — Rides and amusements galore. Seats for Everyone in the Mammoth New Hippodrome ibout 12 years ago. Tuesday the Nitzes Monday and attended the Minnesota state fair. They returned home Wednesday. Sex ton Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zweifel were parents of a seven-pound son born Thursday morning. Ernest Neuman has been a visitor at his brother Otto Neuman's. Mrs. Don Kent, Cherokee, visited at Otto Neuman's a week ago Blythe shop here. He has a blacksmith shop there now and also | brother and other relatives. Mr. does cabinet work. KA11L R, HOFFMAN Dentist lOffice in New Heiso Bldg. [hones: Office 44, res. 116. »«. C. D. SC1IAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. AND INSURANCE — WDRTAGU & SON loans Real Estate Insurance and Bonds '* B 'dK. Phone 105 101)11 MONEY'S WORTH IN H/'MKS. HOMESITES, KMS, AND INSUBANCE JOEL JT. HERBST over la, st. Bk. Phone 08 Coleimins to Leave Irvingtou— The Tom and Clarence Colenmns, near Lu Verne, have rented farms near Fort Dodge and will move there March 1. The Colemans formerly lived hero, on the farm now owned by Mrs. Edna Harr. C«t«or>fo Johnson to Move— George Johnson has rented a farm three miles south of Titonka, and ho spent last week plowing there. The Johnsons have been renting a farm east of Irvington for several years. Donald l-'ninkl to ('olkw— U. B. Frank! took his second son Donald to Sioux City Sunday to begin the second year at Trinity college. Donald attended college at Seattle, Wash., a year before entering Trinity. Vdar Rapids Speaker PrcndieH— George Patterson, Cedar Rapids, illed the pulpit here Sunday morn- ng, speaking on Things Seen are Temporal* but Things Unseeii are Floyd returned there with a brother who had been here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Floyd. See D. D. PAXSON Town Dwelling, Household os. and Automobile Insurance. not neglect your policy for of- occurs when, insurance VETERINARIANS I* W. FOX J. B. WIKKEL Veterinarians J: est State Street, Algona "^Office. 475-V; Res., 475-B JWSTTRANCE KOSSDTTI MUTUAL ASSOCIATION worth of Insurance i home company. Safe, Be. D. Paxson, Secretary SHOE SHOP Shlned and Iowa CO *A ». BEAUTY lt8 IOWA Bancroft Iternal. Other Irvington. The Jos. Yahnkos, Emmetsburg, wore Thursday visitors at Klmer Dole's The Carl Seips family spent the. day at Clyde Bristow's, Jurt. The Harvey Johnsons, near Sexton, called on Mrs. George Johnson Wednesday evening. Guests who had been with the John AVebers more than a week left for home at Pontiac, 111., Thursday. They were Mr. Weber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weber, his sister Sophia, and his brother Alfred, with the latter's family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune were entertained Sunday at Peter Waldron's, Algona. The Terhunea were ielebrating their 32nd wedding an" Mrs^Henry Hahle is again critically sick. She has been suffering from bead hemorrhages and complications many months. Mrs Arthur Trauger, Lu Verne, was a Sunday guest of W» , Bwda Watson and Mrs. Freda Cbristen- S ° Jame r s e 'Hudson returned Saturday from two week* with an uncle, Fred Hudson, Eau Claire, Ww. ^ Trhuno will entertain Members of the W. C. 0. F. held a meeting in the Forester hall Friday evening. After the business meeting "500" was played and Mrs. f. M. Baker won first prize and Mrs. Rudolph Rahe won second. A lunch was served by the committee. Mrs. F. J. Welp, Frances and Regina Berens, and Isabel Saunders spent Saturday visiting in Fort Dodge. Theodore Jacobs and son John, Mason City, spent last week here visiting Mr. Jacob's father, John Jacobs. They are also doing repair work on the store building they own, which is occupied by Mr. Finn. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hood drove Clare Thursday to visit Mr. Hood's brother C. M. Hood, who is 11. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hood at Humboldt. Kenneth Devine and Thomas Underkofler drove to Iowa City last Thursday. Thomas plans to remain here and attend the University of Iowa this year. says he has not been singing much lately, for he is kept too busy on the farm. * * * * August Robison, who lives on the |"jumping off" place of our route northwest of Swea City, has'a new kind of tractor. This is a frame on tractor wheels on which one can mount any kind of good motor. He had a Model A Ford motor on this 'one and it was performing o. k. * * * * Dean Andrews, north of Algona, where the well drill was in action two weeks ago, is now laying a foundation for a new barn, 32x40. He will move a house to this farm. It is one his parents lived in, and it stands now on the farm where Van Hansen lives, one mile north of the Doan church. * * * * The Ervin Links, 4% miles northwest of Swea City, live in a lew house which the landlord milt. It has six rooms and is insulated. The old house on this )lace was one of tho most ancient .n the North End. It was built some 65 years ago. When the old louse was wrecked three pairs of old wooden shoe's were found be- Mrs rs thf Cresco Embroidery club next wee* e Thursday *t the church, Mrs. Ben Terbune hostess. Seneca Mrs. Ella Ferdinanson, Aberdeen S. D., and Mrs. Rosie Burrows, of Watertown, S. D., called at A. T. Paulsen's Thursday. The women will be remembered as the Coffin sisters who lived on the farm tenanted by the John Campbell family Mrs. J. J. Drinnan is spending several days with relatives at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Drinnan, Kankakee, 111., and Elsie Kessell, returned to their homes Wednesday after several days at the Mrs. J. J. Drinnan home, and attending the funeral of Mr. Drinnan. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, of near Good Hope, spent last week Tuesday evening at the parental Fred Jensen's. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Deneton, 01 Wilmar, Minn., are parents of » daughter, born one day last week She baa been named Marilyn Jane. Mr. Dwton formerly lived i» Seneca. Can Farmers in This Community Beat This Record? 27 farmers in seven typical midwestern farm communities saved 4,620 miles of traveling in one month by using their telephone. At only 2 V2 cents a mile, the saving in driving expense alone amounts to $115 for these farmers in one month — or an average of more than $4.25 each, • • • Their records prove again that the telephone more than pays its way on the farm for business alone . . . and in case of fire, thieves or sickness, ene call may be worth more than service CP$t« for a lifetime. NORTHWESTERN IEU TELEPHONE COMPANY mite boxes were opened and 15.65 was realized. Officers for he coming year were elected as ollows: president, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke; vice, Mrs. Joseph Mayne; secretary, Mrs. D. B. Mayer; treas- irer, Mrs. Ed Knoner; program •hairman, Mrs. Lars Skaar. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and larvey visited at W. A, Dutton's in Vlgona a week ago Sunday and drove to the cemetery at Irvington. At. night they were supper guests it Oscar Anderson's in Algona. H. D. Mayno drove to Mason City week ago Monday and took Eveyn and Henrietta O'Keefe down. Both girls are beginning a business ourse at Hamilton business col- ege. The Martin Gable family, Mrs. rlartha Gable and daughters, spent a week ago Sunday at Edward Christ's in Forest City. Cleo Gable remained to attend Waldorf college .here and will make her home with he Christs. Mrs. H. D. Mayne, Wallace, and WATER WHEN THEY WANT IT WITH CONCRETE TANKS *nJ TROUGHS Concrete tanks and watering troughs are a big help on any farm — yet they cost little. No leaking, rusting or rotting; no patching; easy to keep clean; will last for generations. Our booklet "Concrete Tanks, Troughs and Cisterns" shows how to build water tanks, milk cooling tanks, storage tanks, well curbs and spring linings. Send for your free copy. You can do the work yourself. Or ask your cement dealer tp recommend a good concrete contractor. list on postal and mail for literature on other subjects you can, build beat with concrete. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbell Bldg., Pea Molncs, I«wa P "Concrete Tanks, Troughs antj Cisterns" D Concrete Improvements around the home D Dairy Bam Floors Q Hog Houses D Granaries D Foundations P Fence Posts P Silos P Tanks, Trough* P Feeding Floors P Firesafe Honncf - A satisfying: smoke for the particular smoker. Let the flavor and aroma be your guide •--and the G. & B. Special will be your favorite cigar. The cigar made by mea who know how. SEED COF S: < ic«H i-BreB .,.. For years PIONEER Experimental Fields have been widely scattered. Hundreds of strains are tested out under local soil and climatic conditions. Before selling you PIONEER Hi-Bred Seed Corn we must know your locality, so that we can provide you with the particular strain that best thrives in It, by actual test. This feature of PIONEER Service gives you a measure of'scientific crop insurance not to be had in any other way. You buy the seed corn best fitted to you r farm . . . when you buy PIONEER. PIONEER Hi-BRED CORN CO. DCS Moines, Iowa LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES JOE JIATERN, Wesley HAROLD JONES, Swea City FRANK GRONBACH Lu Yerae GEO. HAWCOTT, Burt ST. L. JOHNSON, Armstronr R. I. MAWDSLEY, Burt WALTER YAUDT, Whittaaore H. W. THOMPSON, Buffalo Cental W E'VE had to double, triple production to keep up with the tremendous demand for this sensational new "R-l" — the tire that cracked down on rising prices! You'll see why in the features listed here—extras that have made Goodyear tires the world's first- choice. Yet with all these first- class advantages... and with 12% more rubber in the tread for longer, tougher, safer wear.. ."R-l" sells at the price you're used to paying. Get Goodyear "R-l's" today | and get your money's worth! took lor Hilt sign WHERE TO BUY GOOD/YEAR FLATTER, WIDER TREAD 12$ MORE RUBBER IN TREAD HIGHER, BROADER SHOULDERS CENTER TRACTION GRIP SUPERTWIST CORD IN EVERY PLY HANDSOME, STREAMLINED SIDEWALLS REMEMBER, the cheapest thins on your cat is the belt (ires you can buy... and the bat tire for first- elan travel at reduced rates ii tbil icHiational new Goodyear "R-i." DUTCH'S SUPER SERVICE Algona, Iowa Goodyear Tires and Batteries Crankease Flashing Motorola Car B*dlOT Greasing and Washing * Standard Oil and Gas Brake Sendee PHOfil If FENTON, IOWA* Goetsclt Motor , ST. BENEDICT, IOWA. John M, ^ ftte LAKOTA, Iowa, Hanson's BepaU: TITONKA, IOWA. Saathoff Smit e St*Uo» LONE BOCK, IOWA, Tre4 Ftate. WESLEY, IOWA. Wesley AutoCo. LU YERNE, IOWA, Gardner Gara WHITTEMOBB, JOWA, Sckwitt &Haye» Garage Shell Dealers St»Uon3 •••«•*

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