Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1938 · Page 10
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mtTNTY ADVANCE- ALGONA. IOWA fAQETEN MRUTEUSSY, OF LU VERNE, IS STRICKEN Lu Verne, Jan. 5—Mrs. Samuel Steussy, a resident of Lu Verne for almost 60 years, suffered a. ^ ; __.. paralytic stroke Saturday after-1 ^ Mrg August sieiuer,. Wesley, noon and is very low, having " vo | wcu . e , llfu . r i c a at 8:30 o'clock on nurses caring for her. She had on- Wednesday morning at the St. Mnrie Arndorfer is Weil- Made Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer, St. Benedict, and Clarence Stonier, son of Mr. tertained a small company of rel atives at her home for New Year's day dinner, as had bean her custom for years, and was in her Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson of Humboldt. A large Christmas tree decorated the home, and Santa Clans was present to distribute gifts. Eugenia Little entertained at a IT ^_ T , = ... ... . N e \v Year's dinner party at the BcnedlcPcathoilc" church. Father I home of her parents Mr. and H. Hageman, Petersburg, uncle of Mrs. J. W. Little New Years the bridegroom, performed the' night. Guests were Cathryn and single ring ceremony. Marian Arn- ; Frank Schoby, Dorthea Bjustrom usual good spirits. The children | ( j oi : fet , | gt Benedict, a cousin of Cathryn Stewart, Bruce had all left for their homes with the exception of Edw., who has heen staying with his mother the past tow months, and Mrs. Jennie Levier, a close friend of Mrs. Steussy. She suffered the stroke while happily visiting with them, and is still in a state of coma. Plans Bode Association— R. A. Skaustad, of Humboldt, formerly Bode, H. C. Olson, Bode, and two other members of the Bode cemetery board were here Friday afternoon to consult ^some of the Lu Verne cemetery officials a similar the bride, played Lohengrin's wedding march. Miller Buddy Anderson,' Wayne Doug las, Eugene Draeger, and Madalyi The bride wore an ankle-length MJchaelson, Humboldt. Follow white, satin gown, with a lace coat j ing the Turkey dinner the party and trail veil, and carried a bou-; group went to the_ New Years quet of white carnations and pink sweet poos. Frances Siemer, Wesley, a sister of the bridegroom, dance held at the Algona danc< club hall. .-„, .. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland en wore «i blue taffeta gown with an terta | ne( i at a watch party an arm bouquet of pink carnations. bridge nt their home New Year' The bridegroom's attendant was Eve Q. ues ts were members of c bridge club of which the Roland are members. They were Mr. an Mrs. Clarence Stewart, Mr. nnd Mrs Henry Johansen, Jr., Esther and Mrs. Wallace Philip Arndorfer, St. Benedict, brother of the bride. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to GO guests. A white, rose, and blue home at a Year's Eve. given and plans o m a .r . , , . at Bode. Details were color combination was Carried out Dl Mr . and Mrs . Roy Bj- ns for organising , In table decorationsand even £ : ^.^ Mp> &nd c , j elan ganlzing i their first the year. The I who Bodo cemetery, located in thejraine church yard, has been condemned, bride, an ten acres have been purchased i cousin of the bridegroom one and one-half miles east of ™" *"*« «« « eraduat. town for burial purposes. the waitresses, of the and Johanna Recker, a Watch Tarty is Held— Twenty-five Epworth Leaguers The bride is a graduate of the St. Benedict school. She studied music at the Ellsworth Conservatory of Music at Iowa Falls, after which she gave private piano les- and the C. E. of the Presbyterian sons for three years. Mr. Siemer church watched the old year out W as graduated from the St. Joseph and the New Year in at a party at school and is engaged at farming. The newlyweds gave a wedding dance at Wesley Wednesday even- the community hall Friday evening. The League sponsored the party and Merle Eggleston charge of the social hour and had | i n g an d will leave the latter part of the week for a short wedding games were played. was served by a committee. Beiggers are in Oregon Word received from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beigger, who are at Marshfield, Ore.. statiM that they were having a wonderful time visiting relatives and former friends. They drove out the early part of December and made the trip in five days. A couple from Humboldt accompanied them. Association to Meet,— The Lu Verne Cemetery ..association will meet in the community hall next week Thursday afternoon, January 13. Mrs. George Tiede, Mrs. Alex Evans, and Mrs. Charles Wolf will be hostesses, and a covered dish lunch will be served. A hot lunch trip to Dubuque and other points. They will be at home after March 1 on a farm three miles west of St. Benedict. 'Seventh IILrthday Observed— Bobby, son of Ralph Dona von, Mr. and Mrs. celebrated his Other LuVerne. Mrs. Carrie Re-isoner, who has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Eggleston, has gone to Graettinger to visit at a son M. J. Reasoner's. Lorraine .Stephens, of Sheffield, former teacher in the Vernon Consolidated school, was visiting friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Steussy, of Foxholm, Minn., came 7th birthday anniversary last week Tuesday at the home of his parents. Little guests were Laura Anna Neville, Ruth Anne Spear, Dorothy Galbraith, Janice Bartholomew, David Shumway, Gard McDonald, Bobby Danson, Fred Hutzell. Jerry Ludwig and the honoree's sister, Betty Jean Donavon. The afternoon was spent playing games and contests. A luncheon was served of which the huge birthday cake decorated with candles was the event of the afternoon. Bobby was the recipient of many gifts. Hride-to-Be Is Honored— Mrs. Nita Isaacson entertainec at a pre-nuptial shower and a o'clock dinner in the Blue Room at the Algona hotel Wednesday evening honoring Marie Richter who is to be married January 22 Guests were Viola Heller, Ellen Carlson, Mrs. Mike Loss, Berna Sunday,' called 'here by the serious dinc BTilrnes ' Mm. Walter Lichter J ' ~ u ., ., « ~ — AT«n T /xnnn TVTmr/111 .-rt Krt W TJulHrrAt illness of his mother. Mrs. Leona Maycumber, Bridget The Archie Sanfords visited his Ckiffney, Mrs. Mabel Olson Elea mother, Mrs. Josephine Sanford, ! norn Jacobson, Leona Clark, Nel at Ellsworth New Year's day «nd !da Crawford, and Mata Code. Miss Sunday. Dickie Smith visited the' R . ichter was the recipient of many Wilhite family, at Corwith, and Sifts, Louise Zweifel, who has been Webster City since her mother's death, is visiting her brothers Fred and Henry and their families this week. Mrs. Emily Guy entertained 3G relatives at dinner New Year's day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson and daughter Helen, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Keipp, Waterloo, .Mrs. Mil- Xe>v York Visitor Honored— Atha Hardgrove entertained a her home last week Wednesda' evening honoring Mrs. Forres Brown Buffalo N. Y., who is visit ing here during the Holidays. Mrs Kenneth Stephenson, Ottosen, wa another out-of-town guest. Tw tables of bridge were in play wit' the honor guest having high. Mri Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough ntertained at a watch party at heir home New Year's Eve. The uests were Messrs, and Mesdam- s D. P. Smith C. H. Williams, E. j. Hardenberg and Mrs. Harry lull. Bridge was the diversion f the evening with Mrs. Hull vinning high women's score and D. P. Smith won men's high. A ate luncheon was served. The Presbyterian Helping Hand Society will meet today (Thurs- lay) at the church. Hostesses vill be the Mesdames Dennis ratt, J. H. Hoppe, C. W. Berg- ield, Homer Young, and Marion Burbank, and Miss Mary Lowrie. drs. LeRoy McWhorter will lead he devotionals and Mrs. John Me Dowell wi^l have charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. L. Gisoh enter- ained at a party New Year's night. Guests were Dorothy and Donald McClaish Bancroft; Mrs. Eva Deim, Mary Beiser, Etta Ba;on, Marita Bestenlehner, Mrs. Mary Frankl, her daughters, Mary 'rankl and Mrs. David Green, all of Algona. Games and "500" wore played, and refresments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Zumack, Watertown, Wis., came last week lunday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Zumack's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch, Whittemore. They called on their niece, Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Thursday afternon and spent the rest of the week with relatives at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilsoa entertained at a family dinner at their home Christmas day. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Titonka; Mr. aad Mrs. Bernard Wilson, Lake Mills; and Mrs. Florence Peterson and her children, Ronald, John, Philip, and Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising, all of Algona. The Bridgette club entertained husbands lost week Thursday at the Oscar Anderson's at a 6:30 dinner and bridge party. Guests were Messrs. Carl Irelan, J. W. Little, Geo. Stewart, Wm. Fuller, Charles Bergfield and T. L. Larson. Mr. Little won high and Mr. Irelan won second high. ton Normamiin and children, Mr. and Mrs. William White, Melvin Guy, and Margaret Gibson, all of!- vear } 938 - A luncheon Colfax. Lillie Wolf fear's dinner. Her. children are laudo, Clinton, and Charlesi L. jamson, and Mrs. Esther Wtll- sson, all of Algona. Four gen- rations were represented. The T A. M. bridge club met at Mrs. Ray Cook's for a 1:15 lunch- 3 on Thursday. The lows enter- ained the highs. Mrs. Richard Vanderlinden, Mrs. Donald Cook, Mrs. Ned Hardgrove, and Mrs. Verona Larson. Fennemore, were uests of the club. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney entertained at their Watch party New Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. . A. Bishop, and Mr. Bishop's mother, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, and George Scobee. A luncheon was served at midnight. Mr and Mrs. Homer Tutt'le entertained at a Watch party at their home New Year's Eve. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters, Mr. and Mrs. AlwinWeb- or and Mr. and Mrs. John Weber. At midnight an oyster supper was served. Chas. Buck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buck, celebrated his ninth birthday Sunday at- the Coffee Shop. He had a cake, with all of the trimmings, which he passed around to customers in the shop. His mother is employed nt the shop. Mrs. M. J. Streit entertained her bridge club at her home Monday at a one o'clock luncheon. Covers wore laid for 12 guests. Following the luncheon bridge was played with Mrs. R. H. Miller winning the high score. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick anc Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dewel helc open house at the home of th< Keneficks New Year's Eve. At 9 o'clock a buffet supper wa served. Covers were arrangec for 20 guests. The Women's club will meet a the library Friday January 1-1 The topic of the afternoon wil be Gardens. Mrs. W. K. Fergu son will give a talk and a mov ie pertaining to gardens will b shown. Mrs. Leonard Drager, north o Algona, entertaned at an oyster supper last week Wednesday in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. Sixteen guests were present, and "500". •Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt en- 14 Homeless After a Fire Wesley, Jan. 5—The Ben Kunkle family, consisting of- Mr. and Mrs. Kunkle and 12 children living near St. Benedict, were made homeless Christmas morning when about 9 oclock in the absence of most of the family who were away at church, their house burned to the ground, Fire was caused from a stovepipe running through a partition becoming too hot, causing flames. Both the Algona and Wesley fire departments responded, but both were helpless in fighting the flames and tho house and contents were a complete loss except for a few things carried out by assisting on-lookers. 2-YEAR-OLD ROAN SHORTHORN, bull.—Wm. Fritz, Titonkn. pl6-16 FOR SALE—BEEF QUARTERS.-- Alvln Weber, phone 1BF22, Al gona. FOR SALE — GOOD GUERNSEY milk cow. — Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock. ' 10 P 16 FOR SALE—SOME GOOD YOUNG horses.—C. L. McVny, phone 791. FOR SALE—PUREBRED Poland China male hog.—Herman Carlson, Wesley. Seneca Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl entertained the Modern Mixer club members and their families at a card party at their homo Friday evening, and 500 was played at six tables with Mrs. Curtis Olson and Irvin Classon winning the high. Mrs. Howard Richards and Gordon Bollig won low and Mrs. J. W. Bollig the travel. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classon entertained the following at an oyster supper at their home Tues- FOR SALE—DE LAVAL CREAM separator, No. S. 16, like new.— Geo. Rahe, Bancroft, la. 15pl6 FOR SALE—48 BASS ACCORD- ion, good condition. — Evelyn Weber, Corwlth, la. 33pll LOST—RED IRISH SETTER, FE- male 9 months old; answers to Rusty. Reward.—Phone 199. p!6 FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—ONE 1932 Chev. truck with grain box; also one 1936 Ford Tudor sedan.— Western Credit Co. 22ul2tf 00 YOU NEED A WIDE-CAR- rlage typewriter? I have a used machine, in excellent condition, or sale at a sacrifice. — I. G. ewel, Advance office. g!3tf day evening: ter Classon Mr. and Mrs. Les- and daughters, of the diversion was tertained at a watch party and open house at their home New Year's eve. A luncheon was served at 1 o'clock and covers were arranged for 24 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost entertained at a Sunday dinner at their home. Guests were Mr. and Fairmont; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Classon and daughter, of East Chain; the Allan Classon and family, of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Amos Classon and sons, and the Everett Locke family, all of East Chain. Wanda Olsen entertained, some friends and relatives at a party at her home Thursday afternoon n honor of her ninth birthday, Mrs. Albert Cody, and daughters, Mildned, and lona Johnson and Dorothy Nielson. Wesley Patterson entertained at a New Year's party at his home Saturday evening. Teddy and Perry Jensen,' Florence En- FOUND—STRAY POLAND CHINA hog, 250 Ibs., fish hook ring in .ose. Owner can have same by dentifying it and paying for this d.—Mike Bauman, Rtodman. 27ul6 HOW'S THE FURNACE WORK- ing? Phone 83 when mid-win- er repairs are needed. Quick, mow-how service.—Geo. Holtz- iauer, Green Colonial furnaces. 16 Eagle F. L. Mrs. Clarence Maxwell, Grove and Dif. and Mrs. Tribon. The Delphian chapter had a 1 o'clock luncheon, at ttic Algoua hotel Tuesday. Mrs. M. Cullough was in charge G. of Mc- the Mrs. Minnie Long her book club at a 7 entertained o'clock din- Carroll Johnson, low, and Lucil lo Peterson the score nearest th was then served. uiiini lYini went to Omaha i ,, _ Thursday to attend the wedding of !i - *• ' S - Olficers Are Llected— . TM-ln r P*«i«i+»r T 11 + l*r*»nn Vn,* a friend, Irene Wolf, Sunday. . . . James Troutman, Woodward, The Trinity Lutheran Young People's society held election of was visiting Year's day . relatives here New | ""jeers last week Wednesday ev- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. i cnin °- Esther Lavrenz was re• elected Anderson, Alta, are guests at the' l "™"-u president; parental John Smith home. I merman was named dent; Luella Martin Zim- Georgia Mae Scribner spent sev- Bell vice-presi- was re-elected eral days of the holiday vacation i secretary; Rita Will was chosen at her brother's, Verle Scribner's,. treasurer; and William Paetz is Corwith. Mrs. Josephine Scribner, | lhe ncw librariiin who has been assisting with the I Suriiri.se Party Is Given- work in a calo in Bancroft, re- MarKa ret Brown was honoree turned homo Sunday. ' Clarence L. Brown, Salix, was a wilier at Irvin f'hapman's New Year's day. They sorvijd in the same, outfit overseas during the world war. He was accompanied by his hnnher, I'ounty A^ent Hoy Brown, Alf-'ona. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer drove to linche.sicr, Alinn., last week Tuesday, whore Mr. Meyers exp'-'Ci.s to m> through the clinic. The Uov. and Mrs. K. E. Hau- a surprise birthday party at : her home last Thursday evening, M girls attending. The diversion of the evening was Baccarette. Refreshments were served by the hostess, Evelyn Toothman, and | Mi.ss Brown was the recipient of many gifts. Her birthday was New Year's day. Mr. Other Society. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell , , , , f- 'I entertained at a watch party and cock SPC.H. several days the ttrat, bl . ldiro ttt Ihn , rahnnlB N i w £ MP . Q oi the week with her parents, The Wrights live in Primrose, Neb. ] bridge at their home New , eve. Guests were Messrs, and Mea- ner Saturday evening at her home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDowell Supt. and Mrs. 0. B. Laing and Mrs. 3-srtha Michel. Following the dinner Mr. Bishop gave a review on Alexander Powell's book, "Aerial Ode.ssy." Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks entertained at a bridge party at their home last week Wednesday evening, 24 guests attending. Cleve Stewart won the men's high, and the woman's high was won by Mrs. Geo. Couklin, travel by Frank Shilts, and J. W. Little won consolation. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Trainer entertained at a Watch party at their at their home New Year's Eve. Guests were Messrs and Mes- clamcs R. B. Waller, C, H. Swanson, H. B. Dobson. The evening was spent playing bridge following which a midnight luncheon was served. Mrs. Raymond Norton was honoree at a birthday anniversary party last week Tuesday at The home of Mrs. W. G. McCullough. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon with Mrs. Roy Keen winning high score. Mrs. Norton was the recipient of many tokens. Mrs. Georgia Helgens entertained her children and grandchildren, 21 in all, at a New program following the luncheon. Mrs. J. L. Bonar will be hostess to the Bel Canto music club next week Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn will have charge of the lesson. Virginia Schnopf entertained 12 young women at a party last Sunday afternoon. The time was spent socially and light refreshments were served. The Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid meets today (Thursday) at two o'clock at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. Henry Wegner and Mrs. B. Peck. Supt. and Mrs. 0. B. Laing entertained the Messrs, and Mesdames Byron Arnold and John McDowell at New Year's dinner Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Palmer and their son Richard were guests -at a goose dinner New Year's at C. E. Chubb's, The Dorcas gesser, Loretta, Crowley, Eldon John and Patterson, Leo Ivan Peterson, Helen Patterson, Margaret Wolf, Leo Klein, Duane Campbell, Harriet Olsen, Everett and Leon Johanson, and Mr and Mrs. Jerald Godden. Mrs. I. F. Engessor returned home Friday evening from th' Kossuth hospital at Algona where she has been seriously ill. Htiw ard Bollig and Dan Engesso went to Kansas City, Mo., afte Mary Schumacher who is taking nurse's training there. .Supt. and Mrs. F. E. Slagle one son spent last week at the par ental Drew home near Depew. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clausse: are parents of a daughter, Jac .qulene Kay 1 . Mrs. Claussen 1 the former Victoria Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bassett anc daughter attended the funeral of Mrs. Bassett's cousin, Paul Intermill, at Fort Dodge Saturday. OR SALE—GOOD HAMPSHIRE gilts, bred for March and April arrow; also buff and barred Bulled and blood-tested laying pul- ets— C. C. Baas, West Bend. 25pl6-19 TOR SALE CHEAP—ONE Standard Approved oil-burner complete with tank and equipment. Also one 1932 dual wheel Chevro- .et truck with brand new box. Reasonable terms.—Phone 65, or see Western Credit Company. 33utf FOR SALE—240 ACRE FARM IN southern Iowa; new 8-room bungalow, complete set buildings worth the price of land; 120 acres farm land, balance virgin blue grass; $25.00 per acre. — Inquire Advance. 33pl6 SALESMEN WANTED—A MANU- facturer in business 52 years wants salesman acquainted with farm trade in your local community. Old established line. Permanent. Good pay weekly. No investment. Must have car. Best season now. For full particulars write salesmanager, 709 So. 42nd, Omaha, Nebr. 41ul6 Socity will meet Thursday (today) with Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. George Spongberg assisting. The Russell Maxwells and the Henry Bunkofskis were Sunday dinner guests of the Walter Bleichs. The Methodist Aid meets today (Thursday) at a 1:15 luncheon at the church. This is a guest meeting. Lloyd Elbert and Gordon Kollasch were New Year's dinner guests at C. R. Pommerening'n. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright were Good Hope Bernice Dodds, who is taking nurse's training at Methodist hospital, Sioux City, returned Saturday after a week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds. Her brother, William, took her as far as Sanborn to join a roommate whose relatives took them the balance of the way. The Quinten Bjustroms learned but a few days before the first of the year, that, due to the sale of the farm on which they have resided for the past three years, they will have to move. The new owner is Stephen A. Hawkins, of Dakota City. held New meets and Mrs. E. J. Hough. The Dr. L. C. Nugents open house at their home Year's afternoon. The Episcopalian Guild today (Thursday) at the E. L. Gilbert farm. The Harold Gilmores were New Year> guests at the parental E. J. Gilmore's. The Eugene Murtaghs held open house at their home New Year's eve. When in Algona make LONG'S Your stopping and shopping place MEN WANTED $75 a month paid to many men at first and more later. Local manager of nationally known company wants to hire several men for work in this locality. Deliver orders to farmers, render service and do other work. Farm experience very desir- a'ble. Car necessary. Permanent work. You only need to give your name and address. Address Box 7510, care of this paper. Name Address MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Algona, Iowa To Old Friends and New You are'cordially invited to open house at our completely eled cafe FRIDAY, JANUARY 7 between the hours of 2 and 4, We thank you for your past patio, age and are proud to be able i serve you in our new modemis| cafe. Anderson Cafe Hug I .dames Paul Dansoni, Walter I Bleich, Floyd Bacon, Melvin Reil;on, Carl Walker, Arlo Stolten-1 e Cake of Ice Cuts Corwith Man 1 . )cr , B - 1 Ar " old , ^ ax * /el {; Henry ___ koiski, Carlyle Becker, an ORDER YOUR RUBBER STAMl'S from the Advance. Stamp pads, service, dependable work, fair inks, and other supplies. Quicli prices. 28U Porwith, Jannuronce Steph- * Ia ™' en ' s brother , and Mr. Frank, of - ens met with a strange and pain- ' f 1 * 1 *!! 1 ' .5 al , lf ; T "dge was playful accident Friday. lie was help-! od unul " .° cl "'r k wltl \ tlle *>an- ing to unload l. :e in the allev back I s01 . 18 recl -, lvin « «»<* l»Kh ^mily of the J(!A store operated by his | ,! >nz ° Qnd the Kecl{e '- s lhe low father, D. W. Stephens. The ice!", 1 " 111 *' '"'' zc - he Jf 11 ', - roul) chute broke, letting a UOO-pound i J h f, n wellt to . . the ""'d-night show piece of ioe fall, hitting the young ' . ollowlng ] . whlch at 3 ° clock a man on tho face, and cutting a!t cours ^ dllmer waa f'Y 011 at the large deep ga.sh downward f rom i M: if vellT ^. om .5 Ior . fl11 tthc « uc ; sts ; 5rB ' Ju 1CI Uearch ontertainp.l at The Auction T .. . t the outer rorner of his right eye, 5 f rB ' Ju 1CI Uearch ontertainp.l at to his mouth. The gash cut com- a lar f fa ™ ly ^herms Christ- nlfitf.lv thrnilLTh his nnnpr lin maS da >'- rhere Were 34 gUCStS, pletely through his upper lip. Clarence', 1 * l';u:o is badly .swollen, and ho is forced to exist on a liquid diet, which he drinks through a straw. Bone Splinter is Removed from Leg Irvington, Jan. 5—Duane Raney, patient at Iowa City has undergone an operation on his right leg. A bone splinter was removed and an abcess drained. The bone was also scraped. Attending physicians have hopes of saving the leg. Duane was first taken 111 with a serious bone infection' early last June. He has been; bedfast ever since. Duane will i celebrate a birthday January 12, '. and his friends are planning to send him greetings. the Messrs, and Mesdames Henry Dearch and family, Claude Dearch and family; L. J. DeGre.v, Frank Hofitis, Earl Taylor and his son Ralph. Cecil McGiimis and family, and Mrs. Herman Moore, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Maynard ,Stlepheason, Arnplds Park, and LONG'S -wishes everyone a lucky 1938 We are hun* to serve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion In Algoua every Saturday. Saturday, January 8th For this Saturday sale we irill have about 12 or 15 head of horses, consisting of one roun mure, smooth mouth; 1 black gelding, coining 2 yrs.; 1 bay gelding, coining 5 yrs.; 1 team of suckling colts; 1 team coming 8 yrs. old, sound, matched and Lave been hitched. Also Lave sumo good milch cows and young stock; 1 Poland China boar; please bring your vaccination papers along; 2 good used curs, 1 cheap truck; 2 good used tractors, 1 Case and 1 IHviu City 28-40. Tuesday, January 11th Don't forget to get your stock In, as ive have all kiuds of buyers for any kind. Wo sell by tlie head or •weight and have good buyers on both sales. We also handle the complete line of Hussey-Harrls machinery. Don't forget to look this Twin Power Bow Crop Tractor over. Will handle 82-in. sep. and 8 14-Jn. plows. Open every day. Sale barn phone 77 or residence 8F22. Start on stock at 1:30. TEEMS—Cash, No property removed until settled for. C, O, RIDDLE & SON Operators and Auctioneers, REI'OKT OF CONDITION OF Iowa State Bank of Algona, In tho State of Iowa, organized under the la' State of Iowa, and a member of the Federal Reserve S tho close of business on Decemher 31, 1937. Published in accordance with calls made by the., tendent of Banking of Iowa and the Federal IlMorveSI this district on a date fixed by the Superintendent of af of Iowa and the Board of Governors of the Federal Rcsetr,' tern pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve i t Section 9231, Code of Iowa. ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts $ 2. Overdrafts 3. United States Government obligations, direct .aiid/or fully guaranteed j]|| 4. Other bonds, stocks, and securities 2)| 6. Banking house, $15,000; furniture and fixtures, $4,519.36 __-_ ill 8. Reserve with Federal Reserve bank 22S,||! 9. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection 45]j Total n,6' LIABILITIES 14. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1 15. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 36. State, county, and municipal deposits 17. United States Government and postal savings deposits 18. Deposits of other banks, certified and officers' checks outstanding, etc. Total of Items 14 to 18, inclusive: Not secured by the pledge of loans and/or investments -$1,513,641.78 Total Deposits :_—$l,513,641.7S 31. Capital account: Common stock, BOO shares, par $100 per share ? 50,000.00 Surplus : 50,000.00 Undivided profits—net 21,094.73 Total Capital Account Total, including Capital Account $1J I, H. L. Gilmore, Cashier, ot the above-named bai? solemnly swear that the above statement is true to thebjSH; my knowledge and belief. SS^ H. L. GILMORE, Cashii in ,*;| H. R. COWAN, *?,!$ Correct—Attest: M. H. FALKENHAINt™j£& , R. H. MILLER, jfjjgS State of Iowa, county of Kossuth ss: Sworn j;o and subscribed before me this 5th day of 1938. 1 [SEAL] LOUISE MAGNUSON, Notary P 11 CUT RATE m GROCER _•_•_ January 6 - 7 - 8 14 oz. HEINZ CATSUP Bot.l Seedless RAISINS, 2 Ibs. 15c, 4 Ibs, Yellow CORN MEAL _ _5 Ibs,I Lighthouse CLEANER 2 can! sell good coal and give prompt service. K S. Norton & Son LUMBER AND COAL PHONE 229 2 WHEAJIES PKGS 1 9C 4 PRUNES! 9m LBS.__ *W Golden SYRUP, 5 Ibs. 29c, 10 Ibs,S Pure Strained HONEY ______GaU Black PEPPER I No. 10 PEACHES and PEARS Elbow MACARONI 3 pkgs, Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 27c DOZEN. Sweet a*d Juicy ORANGES EACH Bulk DATES 2 Armour's CORN BEEF, can 11 oz. CHILI-CON-CARNE __. Can Large MILK > _3can8l| MEAT DEPARTMENT] OYSTERS, Quart ,_ SIDE PORK Lb PORK 4 ft _ ROAST, lb. ___ IDC 49c 19c SLICED BACON, lib. BACON SQUARES, It PORK CUTLETS, lb. ~ Pabst CHEESE 2 lb. box --57c Corn-Pea BEEF ROAS Choice, lb. - Stri £ tly <?aw Fed Yearling Front ter Beef, lb f .. .„' ,. Pay Yew Subicription Pr

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