Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1938 · Page 2
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, JAMu'Akv v Aaflttrnu nmrwy ADVANCfi, ALQOKA, JOWA the Howard Nagels, Ledyard, the PAGE TWO BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS !W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON & MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 814 Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR 1 Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, low* SULLFTAN, McMAHON & LISTS AH U, W. Sullivan S. B. McMahon L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law Office In new County Mutual Bldg Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HARRINGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law ». J. Harrington J. D. Low* Wione 287 R. J- H. 4« Office Ove; ""ostofflce B. J. TAN NESS, 0. W. STTLMIAS Lawyers Office In new Helse Block. Hione 213 Algona, lows IB. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHTJMWAY & KELLY Atto rneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block FARM HOUSE AT IRVINGTON BURNED DOWN Irvingtoni, Jan. 5—Fire,, which originated in a defective chimney, Kunkel farm house several miles east of Irvlngton New Year's morning. Mr. and Mrs.- Kunkel and the two eldest girls had gone to church at St. Benedict leaving the several other children, some of whom were ill with whooping cough, at home. The fire broke out around 8 o'clock, and the children had to go more than a mile before they reached a telephone. Neighbors came to their aid, but the fire had such a start that all their efforts were in vain. Nothing was saved but a washing machine and separator, and the clothing which the members of the family had on. Mr. and Mrs. Kunkel knew nothing of the fire till they wore coming away from the church. At present the family is being cared for by neighbors. frhone 68 Algona, Iowa L. A. WTNKEl County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Office in Quinby Building Phone 180 ' HIRAM 11. WHITE Atto r n ey-at-La w Office over Iowa Stale Bank frhone 206 Algona, P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460- J; Res. 316 Card I'nrly on »iv Tenr's — Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller were host and hostess at a card party New Year's night. Guests were the Willnrd Gregsons, Elliot Skil- liug. Frank Skillings, Charles ITarveys, Ben Potters, the Bud Doyles, Everett Loss, all of Al- gonu, and the Leon Cnlwells, Ir- vinglon. High score went to Mr. and Mrs. Colwell. Mrs. Potter and James Skilling were low, and Mrs. Fred Skilling travel. Mr. and Mrs. Miller treated their guests to oyster soup. Holiday Season at Good Hope Active With Parties 'JL HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. JIUTCHISOS Attorney 0 -at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Mone 251 Algona, Iowa Home from Western Trip— Raymond Harr and Henry cheppman jr. returned home londay evening after several •eeks in the west. The boys ac- ompauicd Wesley Lee and Bert herman to California in Wesley's ar. Wesley and Bert returned be- ore Christmas and Henry and lymod followed by train several ays later. The boys had planned o remain in the west and work .uring the winter, but reported abs scarce. MAURICE C. McMAHON Atto rney-at-Law Office in Heise Bldg. Krone 325 Algona, Iowa DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CRETZMTIYER, 31. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 Algona Iowa MELVIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 19 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Located over Chrlstensen Store. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 78i Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATII, D. D. S. General Dentistry Office in Postoffice Block. Phone 20 Algonn, low HAUL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg. Phones: Office 44, res. 116. DR. C. I). SCIIAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. LOANS AND INSURANCE MDHTAGH & SON Good Hope, "Jan. 5—The holiday season saw much social activity in Good Hope neighborhood. A week ago Tuesday evening a group mostly composed of young married people who when single chummed around together under the name of "The Bunch" met at Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dlttmer's in a surprise party In honor of the former's birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. John McNeill, Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom, Mr . and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, Clarice and Verl Harlan, and Mervin Gardner. The evening was spent in play- ig monopoly and other recreational activities. Last week Wednesday a. party in honor of Allen and Kenneth Sarchett was given at the Robert Sarchett home, and 28 young people were present and spent the evening in games. Allen and Kenneth, students at the state university, were home for the Christmas vacation and returned he following Saturday. The following day, Thursday afternoon, 12 members of the 4-H group staged a surprise party at the W. I. Dodds home in honor of Bernice Dodds. In the evening at the same place there was a social gathering of the "Reliable Threshing Ring", including families, to the number of forty. Composing the ring are Ben, Tom and i-Iarvey Reid, Mrs. Ida Reid, Mrs. Emil Mittag, Homer Dodds, Earl Steinman, W. I. Dodds, Otto Labbs, Charels and Kenneth Rutledge, Ed. Hackbarth, N. D. Mitchell, and Bert McMahon. Friday evening 25 young people :net for a New Year's party at the lens Soronsen home as the guest of Frances. Appropriate recreations and songs led up to the wel- :oming of young Mr. New Year at the stroke of 12. 'old Postpones Operation— Dona Andrews, Staples, Minn., ml granddaughter of Mrs. Nina ichichtl here, has been troubled vith attacks of appendicitis re- ently. During her Christmas va- ation she went to a hospital wice to have an operation per- ormed, but was dismissed both imes because of a heavy cold. Dona is teaching school. School Vacation Is Over Helen Lemkee, left Sunday to •e.sume studies at Cedar Falls after spending the Christmas va- vation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Armour Lemkee. Virgie rlardcopf, Lu Verne, also returned to Cedar Falls. Dorothy Mawdsley, student at Ames,, spent' the holidays with relatives and returned Monday night. Officers to bp Elected— The Embroidery club meets next week Wednesday with Mrs. Brown. Roll call will be George, The Booms' left early in the afternoon to drive to Mapleton, to visit the Rev. Arthur Schuldt family. Returning they were to stop at Garner for a short stay with the Rev. V. 'V. Schuldt family. The two pastors are brothers of Mrs. Boom. Ra J turning Tuesday the Booms stopped for dinner with the Hawcotts en route home. C. I. Dlttnior Hns Set Bnclf— C. I* Dittmer who has been in falling health for the past two or three years has had an acute recurrence of the malady which has been the cause of several revere illnesses. He is under the care of his niece, Emma Dittmer, a registered nurse, at his home here in Good Hope. Though he Is able to be up part of the time he has been confined to his bed most of the time since Thursday. Mrs. Otto Lnnbs Is Ill- Mr, and Mrs. W. I. Dodds and Mr. and Mrs. Tom, Reid made a call New Year's night on Otto Laabs. Mrs. LaaTjs is the victim of a serious arthritis condition which has grown steadily worse for the past two years despite the treatment of skilled specialists. She is able to set about her home some with a wheel-chair, Conferences Are Planned— Tho first quarterly conferences of Good Hope and Whittemore Methodist churches will be held next week at "WhiUemorc, Wednesday evening, and at Good Hope the 13th. All officials and any interested friends are urged to'be present for matters of importance. If. F. Hawcotts Have Guests— Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott for New Year day dinner wore Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. George P. Hawcott and son Wal- la.co, Mrs. C. C. AVallace, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward and son Richard, and Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton, all of Burt; Mrs. James Wads-worth and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and the daughter Marlene, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Will Rath and the daughter Charlene, and Mrs. Rath's mother Mrs. Alma Johnson, Good Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. John Boom and son Donald, of MEN ARE HOSTS NEWYEAR'SEVE •Dakota, Jan. 5—The Presbyter- Ian church men gave their annual church supper Thursday evening, New Year's eve, with a large crowd present. The following men were chairmen of the several divisions: menu, Fred Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dittmor and daughter, of Burt, returned from Cache, Okla., Thursday. Mrs. Dittmer and daughter had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Schrocder and Jacob Telcampl tickets, I. E. Wortman and Chris Asmusson; ushers, George Heetland and Frank Lewis; waiters, Jerry Ukena and Jerry Heetland; coffee, Lon Thaves and Ray Smith. The menu served was beef, potatoes, and gravy, sauerkraut, baked beans, pickles, buns, pie with whipped cream, and coffee. The men cleared $75. Attend Slcper Wedding— The Orville Buffingtons, northeast of town, attended the wedding December 15 of Mrs. Buffington's sister, Harriet Slepcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Slepcr, and Raymond Rippentrop, son of George Rippentrop, Titonka, at the home of the bride's parents southeast of town. They were attended by the bridegroom's sister Jennie, and the bride's brother Albert Sloper. A free wedding dance was given at the dance hall in Lakota last Wednesday with a large crowd present. The young people will live on a farm a mile north of Titonka after March 1. Special rimrcli Niplit— Sunday night was "John Smith" night, at the Presbyterian church. Mr. Smith had charge of the service and offered the prayer. Mary Elaine had charge of the music. Bill read the scripture, Mrs. Smith sang a solo with her daughter as accompanist, and a son Virgil, who is a student at the University of Dubuque, and who has a preaching charge at Morgan, Minn., preached IIJO JTAU IT»» « »iv* O w~| •• • -j James and Harry Warbuftons, of Lakota, and the Francis Torlnes and the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey and children, Swea City; were Now Year's dinner guests at F. G. Torino's, so^tli of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Winter and little daughter, of Mason City, came to attend the men's New Year's eve dinner and spent tne week-end with relatives. Lena Gutknecht, who spent her school vacation here, returned to Mason City with them Sunday afternoon. Raymond Patterson spent the holidays with his parents, the Henry Pattersons. Ray Is now salesman for a new Memorial park at Spencer and makes his headquarters there. The Rev. Mr. Frerklng took Fern Lewis, Miriam Heotland, Harold Gerdes, and Mrs. Tabo Loats to Dubuque Sunday afternoon to resume school duties after the holiday vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Winter and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winter spent New Year's day with Mrs. Russell Winter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Boeckclman. Mr. and Mrs. Max O'Keefe are back with Mr. O'Kecfe's parents after several months in Forest City where they operated an oil station and lunch room. Mrs. R. Ennen, who has been critically ill the past three weeks, is reported recovering, but on account of her age the gains are slow. Buddy Paulson, who underwent in operation for appendicitis fol- owing scarlet fever, is recover- ng. The Henry Pattersons entertained at a family dinner Sunday with 24 relatives present. The Orville Buffingtons were visitors at Ross Buffington's December 30. were New Year's fay guests r .'geefr'i, at whltteniofe. The John Wet>er falilily sfteht the flay at the Walter ftftrf hoMe. Mr. and Mrs. J. ft bevln© atid family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8. J.. Devine. ' Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch and son Albert were a week ago Sunday guests at Paul Black's. Mrs. Bacon and daughter Etta were a week ago Monday evening dinner guests at John Schula's. The Leo Clark family and Mrs, Charles Cl'ark, Brltt, were callers at George Johnson's a week, ago Monday. ' '•• I Mrs. S. 0. Black, former Good | an interesting sermon. Hope residents. Mr. and Mrs. Clen Black and daughter and Elsie I To Vacation in Florida- Black, R. N., who had been on] Mr. and Mrs. Raybond Smith a similar visit, returned with the | and son Conley left Thursday of Dittmers as far as their at Dos Moines. home this week via automobile for a vacation in Florida. They expect, to Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott were among dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, be gone till about March 1. They will spend the greater part of the time fit Miami but will also visit, Sunday .Others in the group, all I at St. Petersburg and other places of whom were relatives, were Mr. while there. Ray is head man in and Mrs. Vern Heine, Waverly and Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madden, Haifa. The D. C. Gardners attended a dinner gathering of Moore relatives at the Don Moores at Bode last! Sunday. About twenty-five were present. answered suggestions for the monthly program during 1038. There will also be election of officers. Present officers are Mrs. Chris Long, president; Mrs. Carl Brown, secretary; Mrs. Walter Barr, treasurer. Mercy hospital and at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers. Henrietta AVer- merson is assisting at the Mullins home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and daughters Margaret and Frances, returned Saturday evening from a nine day relatives and friends visit with at Dallas MUSIC PUPILS GIVE RECITAL AT CORWITH Corwith, Jan. 5—Marie Halligan presented her piano students at a recital last week Tuesday afternoon at the Glen Francis home. Luncheon was served to 31. Following is the program: Haste Thee Merry Millstream, Bobolink, and March of Little Sage, Gene Widen; Arrival of Brownies and Dixie Land, Phyllis j John Evans were dinner guests at Center. Dallas Center is the Masterson's old home town. Ora Allen, of Newton, 111., and eldest son and a friend, of Springfield, Ohio, visited Sunday and Mon'day at Harry Allen's. They left Tuesday en route to Billings, Mont., where they expect to visit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and the C. R. Smith & Co. general store. Other Lakota News. The Perry Torines, of Bancroft, Other Irvlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel entertained at a card party last week Thursday evening. ' Guests were the 0. L. Millers, L. E. Col- j wells, Herman Beckers, Joe Ma-' t'ils, and Mr. anid Mrs. .Charles Deibler. Mrs. Colwell and Mr. Becker won high scores, Mrs. Deibler and Gene Colwell low, and Mr.s. Miller travel. Jean Hauptman; Two Songs by Donna, Benny, and Gene Widen; Keeping Time, duet, Mildred Fisher and Marie Halligan; Silent Night, Holy Night, Mildred Fisher; Old Folks at Home, Charles Ago, and Joy got Farm I;<wns Heal Estate Insurance und lionds Quinby Bldg. Phone 105 Your Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE, REAf, ESTATE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HEKItST Office over la. State J!k. Phone S»3 Algona, Iowa See 1). I). PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods, and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for of- . The John Hammers, who have lived near St. Joe for several years moved into the Ed. Dits- \vorth house in Irvington a week ago Monday. The house has been vacant since the M. G. Parsons moved from there to the Reaper house early last fall. New Year's guests at John Bierl'H were the Clifford Dehnerts, the Harvey Evans home at Eagle Grove Now Year's day. They also visited an uncle, James Evans, who is a patient at the Webster City hospital. Lorana Ellsworth, who is employed by the news service de- NOTTCE OF EXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF REDEMPTION TO GEORGE R. FLACK, owner and in whose name the property described below is taxed, anc HATTIE PRICE, now in possession and occupancy of the following described property: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the first day of December, 1030, the following de- Ascribed real estate situated i Kossuth county, Iowa, to-wit: Tho Northeast Quarter (NEVi) of Block Twenty-one (21) of the Original Plat of Wesley, Kossuth county, Iowa, was sold by the County Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa, for the then delinquent and unpaid taxes against said real estate for the year 1929, to W. C. Danson and a certificate of possession was duly issued to the said W. C. Danson by the County Treasurer of Kossuth WANT AND FOR SALE OR Trade ads In either the Advance of the Upper Des Molnes get approxl mately four times the circulation provided by any other medium. TMe newspapers are circulated throughout the county, not just out of the Algona postoffIce alone, and the papers go Into homes not on rural mall rutes as well as to homes on RidtPcfirt Friends in this vicinity will be jricved to hear of the serious illness of John Capesius, Algona. Mr. Capesius is the father of Barney Capesius and was for many years a director of the farmers' elevator company at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney and perlonco and cafefnlty select fmccos wo DOUBLE SPORTS BILL • '••' • • t Algona Hi School Friday January 7th 1938 Basketball Algona Hi vs Clear Lake 7:30 P.M. Wrestling Algona High vs. Eagle Grove After Basketfball Adults 25c Students 20c. Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association ALGONA, IOWA Balance Sheet December 31st, 1987. ASSETS New Drum, The Clock, Rondo, Jollity, You and I Waltz, Donovan Studer; Festival March, duet, Dorothy Francis and Marie Halligan; Fairies' Dance, and Juanita, Dorothy Francis; Stars and Stripes Forever, Evelyn and Marie Halligan; duet, by Delores Arndorfer and Evelyn Halligan. Independents Rent Klemnie— The Corwith independent basketball team went to Klemme a week ago Monday evening for the first game, and the Corwith team 'I 8 Partment of Station WHO at Des 1st Mortgage Real Estate Loans $549,454.47 Share Loans 2,654.96 Real Estate Sold on Contract 471.35 Stock in Fed. Home Loan Bank 5,500.00 Cash in Banks ___ 19,367.61 Furniture and Fixtures 1,216.93 Prepaid Bonds and Insur. Premium 330.72 Deferred Advertising 34.58 Accounts Receivable 207.71 Current Operating Expense 2,610.80 LIABILITIES Repurchasable or Free Shares __ __ ___ ___$459,584.G7 Mortgage Pledged Shares _ 16,268.22 Advances from Fed. Home Loan Bank 1 65,000.00 Accounts Payable ________ 118.00 Loans in Process 13,593.12 Reserve for Accrued Interest on Loans T__ 3,104.01 General Reserves (a) Federal insurance _ 1,563.92 (b) Contingencies 7,602.39 Current Operating Income 15,014.80 said sale ten loss lapses. occurs when insurance VETEKINARIANS L. W. FOX J. It. WINK EL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W; Res., 475-P INSURANCE KOSSDTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION $19,000,000 worth of insurance ID force. A home company. Safe, se- •ure. D. D. Paxson, Secretarj SHOE REPAIRING Algona RUNGE SHOE SHOP Shoes Suiiicd and Repaired. Iowa OR, S, W, MEYER, D, 0, SPECIALIST Diseases of Rectum Varicose Veins Rupture. Office three blocks south of Ford Garage, in the General Hospital Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA Fee, both of Carroll, and the Ben Dwengors. Mesdames Dwengcr, Dehnert and Reta Rahm are all daughters of Mr.s. Bierl. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Parsons, Waupaca, Wis., left for home last \vr;ek Wednesday after six days with ihe M. G. Parsons and other relatives here. They report the weather in Wisconsin warmer. An addition which IT. T. Sabin is having built on the west side of bis barn i.s almost completed. Glen Hain, Algona, was employed on the job. Mr. und Mr.s. Leon Colwell and Mrs. Jenny Colwell, who is visiting there, drove to Havelock a week ago Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Stacy, Algona, formerly at Whiucmnre taking John Crawford, 87. Minnie Sclieijpni'an, employe ly er I led throughout the entire game, Moines, has returned to her work after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Ellsworth. Doris Merriam returned Sunday to her work as fifth grade teacher at McGregor after spending her vacation with her parents, the Harry Merriams. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Houston and little son have returned to their home in New York after a long visit with his mother, Mrs. James Houston. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sayers and county, Iowa, pursuant to sale, the said certificate of being No. 2177. That said certificate of sale has been duly assigned to the undersigned F. L. Adams who is now the owner and holder thereof. You and each of you are now notified hereby that the right of redemption under said stile will expire and a deed of said real estate will be issued by the Treasurer of Kossuth county, Iowa as provided by law unless redemption from said tax sale is made as provided by law within ninety (90) days from and after completed service of this notice upon you. Dated this 7th day of December 1937. Total $581,849.13 Total __$581,849.13 Safety of Your Investment Insured Up to $5,000. by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Member of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board 14-16 of Irvington, are care of at winning 53-33. Bob Barracks and Carl Long were high for the local team, Barracks making ton points and Long eight. Brinkman was high for Klemme. Thursday night the local team went to Mason City for a game with the Diamond Bread team, and lost iby one point, the final score being 45-44. .Skirting Rink is Provided— The lots opposite the Corwith Methodist church belonging to the Corwith lumber company have been flooded for a. skating rink. The Corwith Woman's club is sponsoring the making of the rink. These lots are flooded every win- tor, and furnish a fine means of sport and recreation for both children and grownups. Hoy Scouts in Meeting- There were 11 Boy Scouts present at the weekly meeting a week Grace Drersman's simp, Algona, j ago Monday evening. Jimmie Gal- spont the holidays with relatives loway, Ronald Stevens, Bill Rob- ul Sioux City. Ilonr\ Uahle left recently for lioone 10 spend a few days. He will then go to DOS Moinc's for a short visit. The Rev. A. English continued his study of Mormonism Sunday, using as his scripture lesson II Timothy 3. James Leo has been visiting his gradparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lee, at Webster City since the holidays. The Curl Seips were the New Year's day guests at. Donald Fraser's near Burt. iuson, and Raymond Riggle passed .scout tests Friday afternoon, the scouts enjoyed a hike. Other Corwith Jfews. Mrs. Leonard Mullins and baby son have returned to their home after two months at Mason City Which is Yours? The first is a normal foot, the second a weak foot, the third a flat foot. Foot troubles cause shoe troubles—to say nothing cf foot, leg and body pains. Come in for Gordon Blanckard, Lone Rock, is Wed 1 ... . --"--i •—o *-••-* wwMjr £jt-u.*a. ^rtjint in nji -one Kook, Jiin. 5—Announce- | Pedo-graph imprints of your stockinged ments were received Monday of feet—no charge. Let us show you how tile marriage of Gordon Blanch- to obtain quick relief from foot troubles ard, sou of Mi-, and Mrs. .1. M. through Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Lilauc'liurd, to Ardys Smith, Water- Service, which we feature in this store, loo, Saturday at Waterloo. Mr. Blanchard is coaching at Olin, nnnilltir>ii AIIMI- MM "BROWNELL SHOE CO, Algona, Iowa daughter, Blairsburg, were recent visitors with Mrs. Saver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullins. Doyle Duckett, employed in Chicago, has concluded a holiday visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Duckett. Mrs. W. S. Hunt and daughter Elsie ,Mae wore Thursday afternoon callers at R. Masterson's. Tom Beacher, one of Corwith's oldest residents, celebrated his 74th birthday January 1. Mrs. Glen Cashmer has been 111 at her home for the past several days. F. L. ADAMS. Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMOIULES LIVE STOCK I'M'SEIIOLT) FURNITURE. ETC. !> "IMIPI. courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO »«•«! tu Upper DCS Bloines cifflm ''•••"" 126 Alironn. Inn* MONEY To Loan AUTOMOHILK LOANS EXTREMELY LOW RATES LOANS MADE ON YOUK PRESENT (UH We will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE NO ENDORSERS OR SIGNERS REQUIRED A nmrtcous. prompt, and confidential CMS!) loan service. Call In person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. ••!<»! East State Sf., Algona, Iowa When In need ol pla^e* nave your eyes tlioroupWy examined. DR. F. E. 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