PAGE FOUR BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS V, B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUAR'ION & MILLER Law Offices. Pnones: Office 427, residence 3i« Algona, Iowa. * -- _ _ J. L. BONAIl Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa BULLTTAN, McMAHON & J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMaboc L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law Office in new County Mutual Bldf, -Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HAKIUJTGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Phone 287 R. J. H. 440 COUNtY AflVANCB, AUQOtfA, IOWA Thursday Club, Swea City, Plans Centennial Luncheon FEATURE WILL BE RELICS OF THE OLD DAYS 1937 Armstrong Graduates in College or Are at Work E. J. TAN JTESS, O. W. STILL3UH Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. Phone 213 Algona, low* 0. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHUJHYAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. 58 Algona, low* L. A. ITINKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building Phone 180 HIRAK B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 206 Algona, Io<»» P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J; Res. 316 Swea City, Sept. 13—Mrs. Herman Bowman will be hostess this week at a centennial luncheon for the opening meeting of the Thursday club, which was adjourned through the summer. There will be a program, also' (in exhibit of things having historical interest that were brought to Iowa at some curly date. Each club member is to show three articles. Small tables will be set with old-fashioned dishes, silver, and linen, and at each table some club member will relate the history of articles shown. The menu is to consist of old-fashioned cookery, including corn bread. The now programs for | the year's work will bo used for place-cards. Knins l-'lood Yards, Hardens— The heavy rains last week caused considerable inconvenience and damage, what with basements flooded and yards and gardens under water. Perhaps the most lamentable case was tit the Kaluzna home, where a large garden, including the winter supply of potatoes and other vegetables, was submerged for a week or more. Mrs. Kaluzna was'left a widow last spring, and her summer had been spent at work on hot days in this garden, the surplus from which she had hoped to sell this fall. Lunch for Xeplunvs, Teachers— Mrs. Herman Bowman will 311- tertain at a late afternoon luncheon this week Thursday for her nieces and nephews and their teachers: Jean Marie Peterson, Laura May Wilson, Roger Cochran, and Misses Hoff, Gladstone, Moiison, and Dahl. Assisting the hostess will be Mrs. John Sanft- ner and Mrs. Arthur Peterson. Armstrong, Sept. 14—Dale Hansen, son of the A. N. Hansens, left . Monday for Cedar Falls to entar the state teachers college. He was accompanied by his parents, who visited their daughter, Mrs. John Sires. Others of the 1937 class include Harold Mitchell, who goes to Hamilton business college, Mason City; Robert Fitzgibbons, who left this week-end to resume at Creighton university in Omaha; Howard, Ortmeyer left Wednesday to 'begin his second year at Cornell college at Mount Vernon; Letha DeBates began nurse's training September 1 at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Chicago. Lorraine Johnson and Mary MISSION FEST TO BE SUNDAY AT LU VERNE — i-...v.i.is, ul n B m uuin H. ween. f jU Verne, Sept. 14—The annual ngo Tuesday. Mrs. Anderson is the' Mlsslon fest 'val will be held at cm-™,,.. rv.,i,-.. T- ._ the Zion Evangelical Lutheran them and returned to her home. Olrl for Hurry Andersons— •Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson are parents of a girl born a week former Esther Harris. Sou for Lloj-d IHiorsoiis— A son was born a week — Evangelical —v church Sunday with three services The morning services will be in charge of the Rev. Otto Bahr, and ago ,.(hc first, at 0:30 o'clock, will be Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd in'the German language. The Jttev. Thorson, who live in Eagle town- C. Hinrichs, Mallard will preach all In «*i«OAj.,ii _/•!._.. »~\! .... ship. Other Armstrong News. Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock, visited Wednesday night at the at 2:30 in the afternoon. Dinner will be served in the church dining room at noon. Mission Circle lias Program— The Young People's Mission Cir- Lorraine Johnson and Mary Parental Martin Peterson's. Sne ; / ne , *oung Peoples Mission Cir- Guerdet both will finish a year's ! came to see her new niece, Shirley ™°, , of fche ^angelical church met Vinc,iv,ot... „„,,..„„ n.i_ ._., , ,, !>,!•„_ TI-I...I ... . , . ' """'*•* TtTirtnV mrnndif nt Wllllnm Mni-tu'o a new nece, rey business course this fall at Man- Mae Baird, infant daughter of the Friday evening at William Marty's., knto; Evona Larson" has'fmished'a j Win. T7Bair'd s ;Long"Beach "calT The Rev ' E ' R ' Walter Ied thc de " beauty culture course at Minneap- who are at the Peterson home "j™ S f nd Elmel ' Mel ' kle hncl olis, Minn., and is at present visit- ! Mrs. Mabel Eckhart and 'son! , clmrg< : of tne studv Period. The ing relatives in Illinois; Maxine Kenneth have returned from Mar- 1 chapter of tne mission study Johnson is employed in the War- seilles, 111., where they had snent| W "f, rcviewed ' tlle subject dealing ren Barber grocery store; Louise the summer. Mrs. John Hansen M on • work among tlle Ken ' Mclntire is employed in the Arm- and children, who had occupied , lnoun ta'neers. There was a =''•""<* «"*»-<>?!.,« i *v,~ TT,-,.,. _ . . ,n<i i tn Kood attendance. A social hour fol- Ju DTJTCHISOX (deceased) •. DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOB Attoruey 0 -at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. ne 251 Algona, lew* MATJRICE C. McMAHOS Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise Bldg. Phone 325_ Algona. low* DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CRET7METER, JL D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 Algona Iow , strong postoffice,. Bertha Baker and Joe Camden are both clerks in Sanborn's stove; Florence Bielefeld attended a bus iness college in Waterloo and is a present visiting her sister, Mrs. T L. Johnson. i lone Organbrite attended the state teachers college at Cedai Falls and is teaching in a rural school here; Dorothy Sunday attended the Estherville junior college last year and is now teaching the Sabin school north of Armstrong. Those staying at home are: Perry Johnson, Helen the Eckhart home, moved rooms above L. A. Hoi-swell's. into lowed the lesson. — "i '••••wxs** V^A J. *511k) Cv3J 11' Norman Olson, Phyllis Beck, Marguerite Floyd, Ernest Lauritzen, Irene Yackle, Bernice Drake, and Helen Lester. Of the 28 graduates of 1937, four girls are married: Arlene Holland to Kenneth Pieterson, of Ringsted; l>aid l)oe s Farms Damage— Some damage was done by- hard wind and rain Frida ^-R^rBSon'^rkur^ Leon ^>^» ^1^ berg farms, windmills were blown down. At the Hemphill and Dahl . farms in Swea township barns-,Three Students to College- were damaged, and small ' build-' "-— " ings on several other farms were blown down. Dorothy Knudson to Arthur Bo laud, who make their home in Deloris Kennedy to strong; and Sophie Twedt to Johnson, of Lakota. —-. •v,'.-. rj IIIU^II (.g J V VWllCliC—— Mary Henaman, .of Estherville, MELTIN G. EOCENE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 78i Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP "~ Dentist Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building. Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg. Phones: Office 44, res. 116. A. J. EASON Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phones: Office, 59; residence, 359 VETERINARIANS L. Vf. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Muwies: Office, 475-W; Res., 475-H Off for an Auto Trip Mrs. Henrietta Goff and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shroeder left Saturday lor a few days of visiting. They were to spend Sunday at Hawkeye then drive through eastern Iowa stopping to see the Spiliville 'locks and other things of interest. Fair at Fairmont Begins The Martin county fair ha s opened at Fairmont. Friday's program begins with a livestock and machinery parade, which will be foi- owed by races and free acts. The fan- will close Saturday night with a grandstand program. Evangelistic .Meetings Annoimced- Next Sunday morning evangelistic meetings will start in the Bap-. tist church. The Rev. George 1 Vouge, pastor at Charles City, will assist the local pastor. It is expected that the meetings will r-on- tinue two weeks. Donald Barger to College- Mr, and Mrs. Will Barger drove to Ames Sunday to take down their son Donald for his sixth year at the state college. Grandma Barger and Mrs. Jennie McCrary accompanied them and were to visit relatives there. -Miss Springer Loses Brother- Anna Springer went to Kansas <-ity Saturday to attend the funeral of her brother Ernest. » .....»»«.»*, >WJ . A^OtllCI 1 former Armstrong student, will enter Cornell college, at Mount Vernon this year as a freshman. She is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Henaman, who formerly lived here, and who moved to Estherville several years ago. Two other former Armstrong students who graduated from the Estherville high school this spring are Robert Ersland and Russell Smith The latter will, attend Esthervillfc junior college. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Law. Rober Ersland will attend the state college at Ames, also the son o Co_unty Treasurer and Mrs. K. J Ersland who lived here for many years before Mr. Ersland was elected. the eouth pool hall Saturday. The: and Ml , s Botends have been living with the and Mrs latter's parents, the Reuben Knud- 1 - • sons, on the farm. •Donna Miller and Maxine Jo'hn- son accompanied Gerald Niemeyer to Algona to the county fail- Thursday. The girls played in the Swea City band, which Mr. Niemeyer directs. Lorraine Stutz, Scott Williams, and June Williams, all of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Theodore Wayne, or Keithsberg, 111. arrived Saturday for a few days at L. A. Hors- 'V 6 IIS. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiegands are occupying two rooms in Mrs Peg Benton's house. Mrs. Bentoii and daughter Marjorie are living in the othei two rooms. The Henry Irmiters Sr., of Armstrong, Henry Irmiters Jr., .and Mrs. Thomas Conlon, of Ringsted spent Thursday afternoon at the county fair at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Howell, of Jackson, Minn., and their daughter, Mrs. Louise Smith, San Francisco, Calif., visited .Thursday at and Mrs. W. S. Hunt, Mr. Mrs. F. i. Chapman and Mr. Mrs. M. M. Lowmiller went to Clarksville Sunday, and the Chapmans and Hunts attended the 35th wedding anniversary of the C. A. Wains, and the Lowmillers visited relatives. Among former Lu- Verne residents who were there were the Roy Peitzkes, Waterloo, and the Lyl e Dillons, Mason City Teachers Entertained— ^ teachers ' Corrinne Hub- B er , la Hae Huston and Ken- Parks were entertained by St at n t i n ^r at the Algona hotel Fridav evening. After the dinner the group enjoyed a theater party. Girl for Herman Wises— A daughter wa s born to Mr. and ^f' H . e L man ; Wi s* at Sexton Sat- . on a- urday night. Mrs. Wise is the ofd- Harvest Snpj.er Saturdny- l ., A. Kingston's. James Kreisbaum Aid is lts annual Harvest and James Six Go to College- Alma Danielson is teaching a INSURANCE HOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 119,000,000 worth of insurance In A home company. Safe, se- D. D. Paxson, Secretary Other Swea City. The W. W G. girls met Tuesday -nl. enl Jl B . at Mrs ' R - p - Bronleewe's. The Builders class of the Baptise Sunday school will meet at the Guild hall this week Thursday of ternoon, and the program will b m charge of Mrs. Emma Ham mond. Laura May Wilson, who ha been at the Dewey Cochran home has decided to make her horn there. She is an orphan, a niece ot Mr. Cochran. Mrs. Thompson left last Thurs day for a visit in Illinois. Iv, Moats is at the Thompson honu during Mrs. Thompson's absence " West Bend — « «w IVUVJ1H1£^ «l rural school north of Armstrong after attending .summer school at the State Teachers' college at Ceder Falls. Berntee Horswell, also a graduate this spring, is taking a post-graduate course here; Jimmy Vigdal will enter the state college at Ames for social science study; Wayne Christeiisen will take up animal husbandry, Craig Irwin will study dairy husbandry, and Wm. Whitlow will begin a veterinary course at Ames; Ella Burt attended summer school at Cedar Falls; and Elaine Locker is studying home economics at Ames this fall. LOANS AND IN8UBANCE MUUTAGH & SON r»nn Loans Beal Estate Insurance and Bonds Hutchison Building. Phone 105 Your Money's Worth in Al .ESTATE, BEAL ESTATE lOAITS, AITD INSUEAKCE JOEL M. HEBBST Office OTCT la. State Bk. Phone 9S Algona, Iowa D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goode, and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for often loss occurs when insurance lapses. E08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE iWeekly Newspaper Founded to 1901. Entered as Second - Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Postofflce at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March Z, 1879. « PRINTING » PRINT SHOP The John Stones had a reunion Sunday, when the children anc the families met at the old home The children are Wilbur Stone o Schenectady. N. Y., married thi summer Albert Stone, Alta; and Mrs. Ralph Lindgren, Sioux City Mrs. Ray stone and her childrei were also here. O.'harlene Munson spent Sunday at Rolfe, where she was the gues of friends at dinner. The Cecil Baughmans, of Sioux Rapids, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Kinkade, and the Bob Kinkades. The Baughmans formerly lived on the Frank Foley farm here. The David Kings and Mrs. Alice Simmons, all of Algona, spent Sun afternoon at Mrs. King's auni. . W. M. Riley's, and Mrs. Simmons remained for a longer visit, she is a sister-in-law of Mrs nan 1 "! Orville H arw, Havelock, called on the sister-in-law, Mrs. Jeanne Simmons, Friday evening Tins wa s the Harrs' first visit here to see Mrs. Simmons since the latter a return from Rochester, where she had an operation Mrs. L J. Kohler is having the interior of her house redecorated. The place is being made ready for Mr. and Mrs. Arnold WiWerman recently married. The Jack Wich mans who lived there, have moved to Rodman. IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE? Tell the public about It in an Advance Want Ad. Two ftirls to Teach— Mary Jane Youngberg, daughter of the Harry Youngbergs, is teaching the Win. Tordoff school north of Armstrong. Ethel Wolfe, daughter of the Herbert Wolfes, i s teaching the Wm. Howell school near Iowa Lake. Both girls are graduates of 1935 and attended the state teachers' college. Visiting 1 In Chicago— The A. J. Bosworths and Mrs. G. S. Horswell went to Chicago Saturday to visit relatives. Mr Bosworth's sister, Mrs. W. E. Gumm, of Peotone, 111., who has been visiting here, accompanied — •-» — «.*.v»ijj. cum UtlUlUo Kanney, Burlington, are spending the week with Jim Knlpe. All attend the university at Iowa City Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halvors'on and son Everett were Sunday even- ng guests of their daughter, Mrs. Arnold Le Maire at Blue Earth Mrs. Lily Horswell and son Byrl, and Charles and William Churchill left Sunday to visit Harvev Chruchill at Parsons, Kans Mr and Mrs. L. P. Troesler and daughter Leah, and Margie Smith and Jerry Pape saw the West Bend Thursday , M I rs -, E - W. Van Dorston returned Wednesday from New York where she spent a month relatives and friertds Mr. -and Mrs. Robert Ray of Minneapolis, Minn., spent the week end at Anthony Shaw's. Mr. Ray .is a son of Mrs. Shaw. Drexel V. Mollison, Cedar Rapids has been visiting two weeks at Lyde Irwin's. Both boys attend tne state university. Margaret Vanaenburgh went to Sac City last week-end to begin her teaching duties. She is a music supervisor. Curtis Halvoreon and Mr. and Wrs. Arnold Le Maire, Blue Earth Minn., visited Sunday at Carl Halvorson's. The Gene Martinis, of Whittemore, Sunday visited the latter's parents, the Thomas Finnegans The Doland Gambells, of Forest -uy, spent the week-end at the parental P. A. Gaarde'B. George Homsey, of Cedar Rapids, •eturned home after a month at his uncle, Joe Homsey's. Dorothy Hoeck, south of Armtrong s suffering with inflamma- ory rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chapman of Hurt visited Friday afternoon at D , E. Gabriel's. Anthony Shaw is recuperating rom his recent illness in a Fairmont hospital. 'Mrs. R. J. Sample is spending everal weeks with her sisters at Other lu Verne. Robert Swisher, Iowa City was a guest of his aunt, Consuelo mn- na, over the week-end Hie war 1 Sunday and Monday \vlth his brother the Rev. E, R. Walter and family. Robert Smith was home from Forest City and Phil Llchty Jr. from Mason City for the week-end. 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