Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1937 · Page 4
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PAOBi EIGHT KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA •MB '" ' • ' '—' '•'••• ' • • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^— _ , _ ......•_!'.!'.?. _—•' . —-^—•^•^•••^ Irvington Farm House Moved to New Whittemore Sit Sgggste,,, WIRES ABOVE cuss OFFICERS ROADS TAKEN DOWN FOR JOB YOU . . RAILROAD in, 1 " ne « r * lly rec °gnized that the melica lies in ils fl 9 ric ul- it 13 ,ust as true that agricul- .lural development has been dependent -primarily upon raU transportation. It hauls machinery and equipment hauls produce of all kinds out. •your products may start to market by truck but the railroad is needed to com- Jlete toe movement of these products, to raw or processed form, to final destinations or consumers. This railroad service is sale and reliable and the cost is low. The railroad employs^people in your community . . . purchases supplies . pays heavy taxes. A big share of these taxes goes to the support of your schools. Inlact, in some counties schools would be closed were it not for these railroad taxes. And what about bad times? When drought comes, the railroad brings in seed and feed at reduced rates; carries your cattle out to greener pastures. It keeps communications open through winter storms; rushes food and supplies to victims of flood, fire or other catastrophes. You have a stake in The Milwaukee Road because it is, in a vital sense, a home town industry. How well it can serve you depends largely upon your patronage. pavement, men Irvington, Sept. 27—Henry Lich<ter moved the tenant house from ithe former Mark Parsons farm to a new location near Whittemore (early last week. A crowd gathered (Tuesday to see the houso, which is a large, two-story building, moved (across the Airline. Housewives were left with their washes and (ironings only partly done while the elGctric wires were down. Fifteen (men were empfoyed to help move (the house across the pavei flhe electricians and telephone accompanied Mr. Lichter all the way to the new location to take /care of wires when necessary The ihouse was built 20 or 30 years ago ifor Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Parsons who were farming, with Stanley's •parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. M. de L. Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Summer Parsons also lived there some years ago. The farm is now owned by County Engineer Smith, Algona. rilio tenant house has been empty (for several years. iKc-ntiickinn is Guest Here— Travel and ship by ^MILWAUKEE ROAD Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bagur, their son, and a friend, Melvin Brown, all of Paducah, Ky., arrived last week Sunday evening to visit the K. J. Skillings. The men began the return trip to Kentucky the following Monday, but Mrs. Bagur formerly Gertrude Skilling, and her small son Murray remained for a several weeks visit. Mr. Bagur m-ho has a clothing store, was recently transferred *o Paducah from Nashua, N. H. Cassie, another daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Skilling las been visiting here for several veeks. She is employed at Wash- ARE ELECTED BY ARMSTRONG PUPILS Armstrong, Sept. 27—Armstrong nigh school-students elected class officers recently: senior president, Orla Larson; vice, William Whitlow; sec.-treas., Ethel Davis. Junior president, John Thomson; vice-, Marie Irinlter; sec.-treas.. Joyce Hansen. Sophomore president, Carl Oelrich; vice, Margie Johnson; sec.-treas., Mavis Burgess. Freshmen president, Eske Larson; vice, Francos Horswell; sec.-treas., Betty Jane Gabriel. For the student senate each class named one representative—Senior, Craig Irwin; junior, Shirley Peterson; sophomore, Mavis Gangstead; freshman, Margaret Wolders. Class sponsors are: senior, G. H Adams; Junior, Delpha Meythaler; sophomore, Ethel De Vries- freshmen, Lois Spicer; adviser, Rosemary Black. Other Armstrong News. Mr and Mrs. Iver Heglund and Mrs. Maggie Heglund, son Bennett, all of Roland, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sademan, Lu Verne, Minn., at Carl Halvorson's. produce building, recently taken over by the Hamilton Hatchery, at public auction a week ago Saturday, paying only $50, and will move It to the farm, north of town. The Hatchery is clearing a newly acquired lot preparatory to building a modern hatchery, Rasmus Hansen is 71— Rasmus Hansen reached his 71st friends, with plenty of refresh' ments for all, regret has been expressed that someone took a number of glasses which had been borrowed. ., Paul Urlch was a Garner business called last week Tuesday. A large number from here attended the funeral of Herman Ha- birthday Thursday and was taken begar, West Bend, last week Tues- by surprise when relatives from day* He was killed in an auto ac- Goldfield arrived to spend the day cldent near Fort Dodge the prevl- with him. Many local relatives and OUB Saturday. friends called to offer congratula- Mrs - George Schnell, of Glen- tions. Mr. and Mrs. Torn Young dale > Calif., is visiting her sister, were dinner guests of the Hansens Mrs - Gertrude Spilles. It has been in honor of the occasion, Mr. Han- ten y^ 1 ™ since Mrs. Schnell has * ' been here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struccker sen being their uncle. Montana Onion on Exhibit- ________ _.._ ...... The Geroge Bonacker grocery spent Thursday evening at Martin had on exhibition last week an on- Meyer's at Garner. ion weighing two pounds and 5% St. Michael's Catholic parish ounces. It was grown by William held Its annual trap shoot Thurs- Lamorcaux, former Titonkian now day. A very large crowd was in at Stevensville, Mont. The onion attendance despite the high wind is of fine texture and good shape. I A Jarge crowd attended the dance piles 400.24 American Hocst and Derrick Co., Supplies 40.50 Rover Mfff. Co., Supplies fff. Kr pplies Labo Dr. 4 12.C.'t 80.00 110.00 40.82 105.48 184.51 122.48 Supplies! ..".. ..;•..... SCO.OO DRAINAGE FUND Relmlcr Kromlnga, .T. H. Kalk, Labor Swnncy Oil Co., Supplies .... Slid I Petroleum Corp., Supplies ........................ Peerless Oil Co., Supplies .... K. , P- II. Coop. Oil Co, Supplies ... ...................... Globe Machinery f> Supply Ot «• 8. Kd Willard, "ii iruinru, JWIuor 10.00 Gcorpre F. Graham, Labor .... 1.150 1''. ((. Stlnstrom. Lnbor ];) 2(j 2,00 4.10 Stlnstrom, Labor ,lohn Loewenberff, Labor Aortliern Lumber Co., Supplies Dr. No. 5 Dick Itnnde, Lnbor ... 4, ii?. or &°.. *; Ornlln ">. Lnbor ....:. 3.1 Cook Tractor and' " Labor 1.00 3.00 7.00 lfi.20 18.00 Ijnbor ........ MfiO ™ * ,„ , Minnesota lisliing Poor— in the ovenln S for which Wit (Thoma played, and more than 200 •.-» ,, ,, » — -----•-••« *»wiLjvji_iQ, Both Mesdames Heglunds are sisters of Mrs. Halvorson. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Guerdet went to Mora, Minn., to visit their daughter, Mrs. Frank Haisman recently. ' Fisherman H. A. French and were served at a chicken dinner at Ubbe Winter spent a few days last 5:30. week at Rush Lake, in Minnesota, ' Last week Tuesday evening din- out came home much disappointed nor guests at Curtiss Sheldler's with the fishing. Skating Rink Is Popular- Skating fans have been patronlz- +!,« ! t .Ttvo Youths Off for Coast- Raymond Harr and Wesley Lee, wno has been employed near Hills- •boro, N. D since July, recently left there for Washington and Oregon where they expected to find jobs at picking fruit. They wrote that •they might travel south to San Francisco, where Calvin Lee who is m the army, is stationed. Calvin •went into the army last April for *' " He is with Look Here! Car and Truck Owners We have installed a new up-to-date tire equipment that will retread, reline, repair or vulcanize all tires. Our retreads give you the same traction, service, and safety that new tires will give at less than half the cost. All work guaranteed. ll (_. A. ikcs Three to Iowa~Citj— Henry Lofing took a Spencer man and the hatter's two sons to Iowa City Thursday. One son was /to enter college, the other a hos- •Pital. Mr. Lofing found the trio stalled on the road near Irvington nnd when the ear could not be re- ipaired immediately he took them to their destination. Attend Shower at Bancroft— The Rudolph Willrotts drove to •the Clans Wibben home, Bancroft last week Sunday to attend a shower honoring Irene Schwarz, Lakota and John Wibben, soon to be married. Guests were brothers and sisters of the prospective bridegroom and their families, 3-1 being present. To Visit in aiississippi— Al bertha Boldridge plans to deave October 8 for Piney Woods, Miss., where she will visit her sis- NIELSEN&KLAMP TIRE SHOP Do You Want to Order a TELEPHONE for 1945? If you lived in Japan, it might be a good idea to get your order in several years early. Last year only 40,000 out of 348,000 applications for telephones were filled. In this town and the rest of the United States conditions are different. Here it is customary to install a telephone almost any day you specify...the order needs to be only a few days in advance. The Bell System is organized to provide prompt, accurate, dependable and constantly improving service...to furnish at all times the best service at the lowest charges. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY visit her sisters, Mrs. McLaurin and Elnora She will make the trip with a group of Rirl singers from the 1 mey Woods school w-ho are now touring in Minnesota. iSiiif-ors Guests of lloldridges— i A group of singers from Piney Woods, Miss., had dinner with the Boldridges last week Tuesday evening. They sang at Lu Verne that evening. Singleton Bender, California, was an overnight guest at (the Boldridges last week Monday. Itirl (iives Birthday Party— • Margaret Morga'n, wast of Al- <ffona. was hostess at a birthday •party Saturday. Guests from the vicinity were Adella Lemkee, Betty Miller, Pauline Seip, Orville Hudson, and Shirley Roney. Brothers Hosts at Dunce— Paul and Stanley Egel were hosts at a party-dance at the Shelter house Thursday evening Invitations were issued only to the men, who were, however, requested to bring girl friends. Abscess Removed from Eye Elmer Harr recently went to the Aossuth hospital and had an abscess on his right arm opened and drained. He has been unable to work for several weeks. More Playgrounds Equipment— A large iron framework for four swings has been eel up on the Irvington school grounds. The school also has two other swings, a hobby hor.se, and a slide. Patient Home Again— Duane Riley, who was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday with a broken leg, has been brought home. The leg is in a cast. Auto Breaks Calf's Leg— , P ,?, nk ^-! a had <° "ill a calf he evening, EX-TITONKA PASTOR ABOUT TO QUIT GGG Titonka, Sept. 27—Harold Gardner took his sister Alice to St Paul Wednesday, and she began nurses' training there. Mr. Gardner went on to Hibbing, Minn where his father, former Methodist pastor here, is a chaplain in a CCC headquarters camp, and brought here his sister Dorothy and brother Paul, who have entered the local schools. The elder Mr. Gardner, who has been in CCC work three years, will be discharged November 9, and will then come back to join Harold in management of the Gardner apiary here. News of Former Titoknian— Dr. L. B. Hansen, surgeon at a divisional CCC headquarters at Lewiston, Ida., telephoned local relatives from Omaha Thursday He was en route on a troop train to Camp Nevans, and was thence to go to Atlanta, whence he was to return on a train of recruits to Lewiston. Doctor Hansen is a former Titonka boy, and he and his wife, the former Lena Callies of litonka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert Callies, expect to come home for Christmas. (it-rdes Family to Leave— The Henry Gerdes and H C Snyder families, south of town have been entertaining Grandpa and Grandma Snyder, of Humeston Bleich, will alleys. he t0 mana ^r, were Max Sheidler, of Oakdale, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sheidler, and Norma Jean and Eddie, of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. On Sheidler, of Manson. John i Catherine Simpson, R. N,, b °' Wllng of . .-., is spending a week | with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i Harvey Simpson. | Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Huth, of Min- Titonkn Defeats Swea City— In a high school ball tournament no-inm,-* * i , here a week ago Saturday Titonka M D J i ' P lilst week at H - C ' won from Swea City, 6-4. Beyers. Other Titonka News. The Work (or Play) club met Seneca Thursday with Mrs. George Breen ?<?m- m attenda «ce were Mesdames I «„„,,,, T William Ricklefs, Fred Hagen I Mrs> Lesll <5 Denton are Clarence Cooper, Dick Meyers' P , ar f nts of «- 9%-lb. daughter born Raymond Bartlett, George Higgins' ^ Vedncs day morning. She has been Lemuel Stockwell, W. J. Denton' named Darlene Mae. They have Fred Adamson, and Robert Clem- ?? e er chnd - also a SM. Freda ans. Darlene Higgins was a guest , a £? k> ° f near Lone Ro <*. sister The next meeting will be on Octo- ' Denton . is caring for inoth- ber 7. with Mrs. Denton as hostess. I Cr " nd *"•&. The Lynn Kuchenreuthers, who ! ,, , and Mrs - Lco Lampe and have lived all summer in a tenant • dau S, hter spent last week Tuesday house on the William Peterson eve j lin E at the parental Fred Jen- farm, will move October 1 to the, 86 ?, 8 '-, „ •—' Reibsamen property in east'o Eailey, proprietor of the D TI •»•—*-"»»•( JJIIL/UI •»•*»«»• it nn „• "-Mayor, Labor ISM Jfock Island Jjtimbor fn s.,n. Co.,sup-' Dr. No. 20 ''has. K. Chubb, .. ])r° r N ! V n Qrnllnl11 ' Chas. Bmnmiol, Lnbor '' n ? tr0 "'' T ' lll)0r ril, Lnlior , r ?>ortlicrn Lumber Co Dr. No. (11 r!!" S !'',': '''"<•". r.a l-'d I''ltch. Labor Dr. No. 7s 1'lck Labor 1.81 7.00 1.50 .1.20 2.40 .f.OO •1.00 4.00 0.00 1.70 .88 3.00 4.00 4.00 ,'i.OO 2-1.00 30.00 .. I'r. No. ',S2 Co., Titonka, vacated by the Pender- gasts, who wlil leave soon for Canada and spend the winter in either California or Florida. Mrs. R, L. Krantz and her family have been entertaining Mrs. Krnntz's brother, his wife, and a 6-year-old son from Spokane. Mrs Krantz had not seen her brother before in ten years. The visitors were en route to Philadelphia and Washington, D. C., whence they will return to Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen were at Jewell last week, visiting their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin, during a Jewell celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Larson came to attend the funeral of the former's brother Charles a week' -«ij, --- j.-.*vi,ui v/i. Lllv Seneca store, is having an electric gasoline pump installed. Carpenters are making quarters in the rear of the Seneca garage for Maurice Jensen, operator of the garage, and his family Dr. No. 85 n™ 1 ",? 0 J' 00 "' ™>°r •• D. ". Mayer, Labor K<1 Willard. Labor '" Wn,.t Is , tln » trn «i. Labor" plies Lui " 1)0 l' Go., Dr. No. 8(1 ..'.'... Labor'".'. 11 r. No. 'iifi M- C. Thill. Labor K l 'st rtK j^, sm « 'I'''-.. Ivnl.or .... Klii]ore'ceini'l°'«- I ''piii V ' ,, Su l 1 I lllt 's plies Lo " >s "l>Dr. No. nn iv /r rS( ' ll '"'lnch, ICtiKlneor Dr \-,? el Vn!; Ulcl1 ' Knfe'ineer '.'" J'r. .No. 102 "•• Claussen - Swea City, her mother, Mrs. F E Jen- last ' week George aDvis and Wayne Miller, spont Sunday at Georse Men of the Presbyterian Sunday school Armstrong, held a party at Th« ° rinTnaTn ' s Thursday evening. The V. J. Lattimer family spent Sunday evening at George Wolf's. Honor for Local — ..A^. W wtuumji v^iiunes a woelc ' rw T.T ^r — m.i.-»i. ago Saturday, returning the same ' trint v- " Wils eloctctl dis ' day to Jewell. Wlme |tnct vice president at a meeting of BurbO William Batt and his wlto W h Jfi i^ th ° MaBOn City Co ""tr attended U le recent funeral of Bar- In, TP^ U , S ° her Clarence Shllts at Algona. The'" ' who came for a' week with the daughter and the son. Mr and Mrs. Gerdes are selling their household goods and building a trailer house, intending to leave soon for California, where they have many relatives and will make their home. Titonka Boys to College- Arthur Boyken, second son of Banker and Mrs. William Boyken, left Thursday for Ames to enter the state college and take architectural engineering. He was accompanied by his parents. Watson only son of Dr. and Mrs. W F Hamstreet, has gone to Iowa City and entered the state university for a course preparatory to medicine. Mrs. Hamstreet accompanied him. Auxiliary Sews Carpet Hags— The Legion Auxiliary met at Mrs Demon's Friday, Mary Young, Louise Mechler, aod Mathilda Falk assisting. The afternoon was spent at tearing and sewing carpet rags, to be sent to the Veterans hospital at Knoxvillo. There they will be woven into rugs by disabled men beventeen members and friends attended the meeting, following which lunch was served. To Move Building to Farm— George Sennenberg, merchant who will return to the farm March l, purchased the Nelson poultry and a Mr. Rose, Fort Dodge, spent a week ago Friday night at L E fColwell's. They had been vacationing in northern Minnesota and day to Jewell. BurbO William Batt and his wlto W h fi i^ th ° MaBOn City ry P^ U , S ° lttst wcek Monday. Algona. Themeetln" , i M' ^ iltte "ded the harbor shops here were closed. JshS; Tl Mr8 ' Olson a "1 Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young are ! tri fn \ ° rson ' who accompan- taking their daughter Wanda to a M?sonV»' 0 IUCn ' Spont the d ^ at Mason City specialist for wnrirlv " Clt> ' specialist for weekly treatments for eye trouble. Mrs. George Higgings has gone to Des Moines, and was to bring Her husband home if he was able to stand the ride. The building occupied by Doctor Sartor's office, with the Bleich apartment above, was being painted last week. The Munson crew of men from Woden has completed laying a brick foundation on the Ashe property. l •Charles Cooper, tiler, has been confined to his home a few days by sickness. 5 W " - . ; w , illia P .Boyken entertained week Proceedings [Continued from Page 7.) plies ..~ ' EllKTt. (iarnin*" Wi'iii'iin a^swlS'r •*••.•:•• »"£ Kiimm J. Klwh it £!!'" 0 J" wlly (ir '- 00 Com-rete j. ro u u « M ctrp^Snp?' WM ,1.07 0.00 0.00 3-1.70 15.00 L'0.00 0.00 4.00 2.G7 L''.o6 1.50 •1.00 .1.00 SI.4-1 7.00 28.00 30.00 .as 2.-10 3.20 3.00 n.2o Auditors Offlco, September 13, 1037. 1):00 o'clock A. M. Jlor " ~ third cut: . "M"H M r ml '? rB absent: «or M O ''°P [>y llnum nnd second Rrovo thnt minutes of tbo •- • session and all adjourned Ayes: All. A "" Uor ^V I " B *-«'«n"» I S5,Vr 0 » r i""' r ^ e ^A v ^&^t?iT T ^ Ayes: All, lot Auditors HntiRe 20 also „„ „, recipients of Old Ago Ayes: All. Motion by ncccifmry ran air* necessary repairs Motion by Haum rls, iliii Mior Section 21 Ayes: All. Township. i '" , Looft, Labor 21.00 :!2.00 10.00 10.00 D. H. Mayer,' LaYoY K<1 ^Vlllnrd. Labor ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Or! K. K.'V.oVa'"- I'M 0 ,\.,S" nifltro1 ". Labor .. I'.d \\lllarcl, Labor -Northern Lumber Co.',"'.Su'ii- plles ' ''' Kil vi'illuni, ' Labor . . m 1-. a. Slinstrom, Labor". {„ ^'^Wfr^tP - D1.27 22.00 7.50 4.8T> plies I>r. II. K. \o.":i'.ili .lolin Collln.s. Labor I lurry Frmujseii, Labor".'.'"" I'r. II. K. No. .-,-S7 l-'-'TKH F. Oraham. Li'i'bor' ... • Dr. II. 1C. Dr. U.K. No. '•• .1. S. Uafilal, .1. S. Unfiliil, .11 Kl.ilS l.'JO 1 el Ion Ayes: "'."•wVrBs 1 v,:s c'si,"; „.;»&='• &«" ""'"'" h^'-.n^^h ^_ Ba ' 11 Llpyrt Martin, Mm J H W I. JlliCK pile's F . liimirjinco owii Cuh-.Tt mill ^X.W tt u,'ffi-a b ^ ra r;? t g tn „»"- "w 120 rino ,i, DnU V d c, nt A '8°nn. Iowa, this 13tli (lily of September, A. D 10T7 Ayes: W. E. McDonald, Chas. Mor- Products Coriui Hl'llllllKlnii ItlUlll lit in 1 KKSdl.VKI): Thatt'jelS 1'ir \x iiuthorM to lint for liillK ullowwl at tllii IVr Si-hcdule of Clatasli On inutlnu Hoard i Die." out out .i. s. uafiiiii, ,.!,.„„ „„! ;;;;; J. S. Itn'filnl, clpnii out l.'arl (iiirnut, labor '" (MiuK. K. ('liiiljb, i>iiKinct'r , ,1Im Chubb, labor K. S. Norto on MILI Son. Mupiillos 'roilncts (,'orp., siiii. I . Tel ivjl ., ' • si''" 1 ' r ''' l 'l'lionn Co., w.-.storu Vk-ii'' T.-.J,;; • 't^- . Allowed Mrs. John Keil among the sick last week. was reported A 25-cent supper will be served were en route home. Jeannie Lofing, Mason City, The Theo. and Cliff Hoover fam- ' llea were called to Britt Thursday by the serious illness of the men's mother, Mrs. M. E. Hoover who was taken to Iowa City that after?, 00 "- Word was received later that she died Friday. She was a resident of Doan for a number of years, and a few years ago moved BrUt ' which nnaVv, 01 " h0m . e ' TW ° 80M - Cliff j'anms ??* ™S°'_ r ^ aidehfin th^ commun- daughter, Mrs. Melvin ALMOST EVERY DAY SOMEONE to buy a package of the thin yellow for letter copies. Other Irvinprton. Clifford Dehnert, Mason « f last Dwengers. City week with the Ben Mrs. Dehnert and the ;sons came Friday night and spen? refur™ ^ , there ' a11 the fa «>ily evening g MaS ° n City Sunda y Mr and Mrs. John Dobb, Algona and Mr. Dobb's niece, a Mrs ler, of Pennsylvania, were of Mr. and Mrs. farm. Mr . renters on Mr. Dobb's °™3 a few weeks, is much Improv- The missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs came by bus Friday night to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lofing, who concluded a two weeks visit at A. McLean's Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Jos. Yahnke, Em™ e " bur s. called at Elmer bole's Wednesday. They were en route .home from Mason City, where they tforemrly lived. • Mrs. Mary Dole, her daughters, the Skilling son Donald were recent visitors at Chester Harmon's, iWoden. Mesdames Jos. and John Weydert, Mrs. Fred Willrett, daughter klsie, and Mrs. Rudolph Willrett were Fort Dodge visitors Thurs- udy. Mrs. McConnell has moved from a place just south of the Vern Barker farm to a house Bouth part of Algona. Robert and La Verne "and fc"" I Lj?«'"'" ttior families live south ' ~ win,,-., . . ""i The cause of her death to be paralysis. Mrs. A. J. Martinek „ Mrs. Ruth Sparks, Mrs. Concrete plies Iowa Culvert" ami'Vim.' V -supplies Mhl Continent 1'et. '(VoVii" plies ... Dr. IIK No. H Hen Nolle, labor . K. I/. Iluber, labor ..'" James Kelso, lubor M. C. Thill, biboi- f'lms. !•:. Chubb, enniii'eiM-' 10. M. Thompson, labor lil.113 -1.70* .(i-S 4S.07 lILTi.SII C.5-1 7.'JO n.-io —W^M^^^^^^ New, Ever Alert Air Char Makes Furnace or Boiler! Dlstrie, . Dr. Corbin, HUM! IT. Janse. meil. . Dr. Andrews, meil. Mrs Klsl,. Steussy, nir'i. Mrs. t.eorKe Jor(,'ens va Klnsetl, aiiiison, pr,',v ' \\ jeelan. proy {J H /nmacli, prov akers Dairy, „',.,„. '.[""s "«stiiuriim, prov 1'aul Knist, prov .. '_ S Jolinson. prov Uit Halo (iroeery, prov V., 1 ' I'ii'hty, rent ... District No. i! ?. >r o •'""»''. ""Mi l S .lohiison, jirov lit Kate Urocurv. ,'r'oV r ( rPt.meyer, m, ° ( >r Kraser. mwl '•• \\ Lnsby. in,.,) 75.7!i .'i.OO lO.(X) •14.01! 7.SO 1^.00 10.00 (1.00 4.IW n.oo •j.no r,.oo no.oo a.oo iis.oo is. oo -4.60 J10.50 5.83 from SMAU FUEL BIL1 BALANCES' MORE AIR LESS FUEL new invention, the ama M (.'oMInsonl'ri'u't".','.' ^ Miilcr, OU re,'u ,™" t ' Mrs Dean-li, n ,,, t Dr Jan.se' i' m .'i| ,V 1 '",, J ..»'"iie. rent":" 4 •> l Doerr, rent '"•strU-t No 4 I'r n'a','™*' 1 ' 1 ""' ll Dr jMueller. 1 uVuil'"? 1 ' '" Dr Kiibnson, med Dr \Vofif ,11,.. i r^ n i Mrs ' w: J - Martinek Tuesday m honor of Mrs Louisa usa Wolf O f Washington, who is vis ^ ing her sister, Mrs. Ruth Sparks Mrs. Ross Buffington's last Thurs- Mrs. Alice Buffington assist- ino- ^n», ^ -"""faiuu usami- piles -"I'luj, NUM. -- *"••<«ifKsonii, nrov "• ing^They ^d the Titonka Aid as ^f^i^^uKpiier;"" **& ' ^(^i«ib^r^ Si/"'" |i Katie Elefson assisting ' ' ^°'" u| "'« \ .si)iiie U> S"' 1 ' 1 " 68 -'libu r'." ^'°rley, rcu't r< " nt < 10.1 Mrs. .Tnmoo AC-O -«J .^,, , Chrlsi'liilies st.nm u'.......M' >n '?ss SB.nii ti t ! 1 , a ' ru '~ '• ' M.I Mrs. James Asa who have been in the the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weber . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lonning spent a week ago Saturday at Wa- •verly, visiting Mrs. Ixmning's sister, Mrs. P. j, Daake, Mrs. C. E. Clark and Mrs. James Ross, Britt, visited last week Sunday at the Ray Fitch home. U. B. Frankl is having a double garage built just across the road east of his store. Mrs. Ray Fitch, who has been bedfast for a time, is improved. ents, Mr. and Mrs „„. ,„,,. last week, and her husband James Asa came Saturday. returned to their home Whittemore m married to Vera ICnecht, of Algona, 10.00 8.00 10.00 0.00 2.00 10.00 10.00 70.00 :ts.oo •10.50 2GJ)0 10.00 110.00 :ti.50 15.00 ::b!bo is.no o.oo 9.00 ^8.00 0.75 liO.OO 18.00 30.S1 14.40 5.58 10.00 "5.00 5.70 10.00 10.00 10.00 50.00 12.75 l.WI is.in 129.55 Ever watch a blacksmith at his forge? One hand works overtime feeding air to the fire with the bellows. The other hand now and then feeds a sprinkling of fuel to the firebed. You wonder how he gets so TMQT.^ wlth so kttle fuel - A , ANSTA.T now accomplishes the same feat AUTOMATIC/ lor you m your furnace or boiler. It's Downright Extravagance Not to M Solid Comfort and Convenience of Automatic An Automotic Butler in your furnace or boiler enables you to use stoker size coal that is low priced even after dust-proof treating. The BALANSTAT R,?f S i t0 - V 1 ?," y° ur Automatic Butler 18 thnfty-jlmost miserly 2" h « ve « j°W priced fuel. It J£S>* f S e l and air until the Jirebed reaches just the proper evel but it keeps on feedmgak nta «- t , he hi K hes t «te of efficiency. The result is the utmost heat from *J imum of fuel and i J flow of healthful i degree of temperatur*]" i for solid comiotti V tween chilly periods, hot periods.. ' ! 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