Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1939 · Page 8
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W, B. Quarton H. W. QUABTOS & MILLER Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 8i« Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, lows SULLIVAN, McMAHON ^ LI55AS L W. Sullivan S. E. McMahot L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law Office in new County Mutual Bldg Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HARRINGTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowf Phone 287 R. J. H. 44f KOSSuTHTOyrfTY ADyANOR^AlwONAt IQW4 Many Christmas Gatherings Held at E. 1. TAN NESS, G. W. STLLLMAJH Lawyers Office in new Heise Block. Phone 213 Algona, lows 0. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 58 Algona, low* L. A. WINKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. Phone 180 HIRAM 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 Ju HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorney o-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, lew* MAURICE C. McMAHON Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise Bldg. Phone 325 Algona, lows DAY OBSERVED WITH DINNERS AND REUNIONS Corwith, Jan. 2—Christmas day was one of family gatherings. The Chambers families gathered at the Edw. Chambers home. Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers, of Goodell, Wayne and Thelma; Mr, and Mrs. Merle Holt, Ottosen; Margaret Chambers and Dorothy Prelect, of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. H, 0. Chambers; Clara Rector; and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson entertained their children and the families at diner, 22 attending: Mr. and Mrs. De Rae Godfrey, of Lu Verne, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bastian, Humboldt, Rennie Lon, the Floyd Mastersons, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, Gary Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans, Betty Lou, and John Evans, all of Corwith. Roberta, Margaret, and Frances are at home. Another daughter, Mrs. Gordon Hibbard, of San Diego, Calif., was not here. There was a Christmas tree and the exchange of gifts. Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Severns entertained the William Schwartz, Mae Winters, Stilson, and Mrs. Anton Anderson, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murr entertained the J. P. Gruenwalds, Stilson, and Mrs. Mary Rudisill, Woden. The Edw. Greens were at Enos Dunfee's; the Stanley Garmans, at Frank Adreon's. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamm entertained the Shelby Stephens family and the Arthur Krafts. A family dinner was served at Charles Dawson's Sr., guests being the Charles Da'wsons Jr., Ames; the Clarence Galloways and the Alfred BURT PARAGRAPHS Schroeders, Mrs. G. I guests the Kanawha. Mr. and Stambaugh had as Arthur Schefflemans. DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CRETZ3IETER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 Iowa The Otis Cooks, Belmond, were with Mrs. Cook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Peterman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunting entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garnan t, Kanawha; the Jesse Scotts, Roy Stilson, and the latter's daughter Sylvia. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Halligan had as guests the E. J. Widens and the George Stokesburys Garner. The Rev. and Mrs. Karl W. G. Hiller entertained their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Anthony, Kansas C Hy. Mr. and Mrs. William Ames and W. E. Gourley, Mason City spent the day at Seth Gourley's Mr. and Mrs. Emir Sorenson'en- tertained J. C. Chrlstenson, Webster City, Marion and Dickie, the Martin Larsons, and Mr. and Mrs Anker Larsen. The Clyde Reeces and George Downings, Marshalltown, and the Wilbur Shipmans, Clear Lake were at Mrs. Catherine Shipman's. The Earl Palmers, Duncan, were dinner guests of Mrs. Palmer's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Claude Stull Margaret Morness, Chicago) visited over Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness. Einer Morness, Cedar Rapids, and Helen Wade, Marlon, were at the Morness home early last week. Beada Kollasch, D&s Moines, visited over Christmas at P. W. Kollasch's, and Lorraine Kollasch, of Fort Dodge, also visited her parents early last week. John Schroeder, Bay Town, Tex., spent last week Sunday to Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. H. Schroeder. The R. F. Elvldges, Mrs. Maude Hanna, and the latter's son Charles were Christmas 'dinner guests at J. G. McDonald's. Lamar Pattton, Laurel, spent Thursday evening and Friday with Charles Hanna. (Helen Falk, Titonka, spent a few days last week with Luella Bleich, and .last week Tuesday evening Mary Jean Each- ut, Luella Weiske, and Margaret Richmann were also supper guests at Blelch's. Mrs. Carrie Blossom and Jennlo Thompson visited over the holidays at L. L. Clement's, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, son Lloyd, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, of Algona, spent Christmas with Des Moines relatives. The Glenn Andersons left a week ago Friday for Frazee, Minn., for the holidays with relatives. The C. C. Parishes, East Moline, 111., came last week Tuesday and visited till Monday with Mrs. Par- rifih's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. Last week Wednesday the Stow son Donald, Penascola, Fla., arrived for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Chipman, of Milwaukee, Wis., visited from a week ago Saturday to Wednesday at the home of Willis's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chipman, Mt. Ida, Ark., who had been visiting here, took Willis and his wife back to Milwaukee and remained for a few days there, the little son remaining here with Ms grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Paton, El Paso, 111., visited over Christmas at the latter's sister Mrs. L. D. Hodgson's. The Pattons were accompanied by Lois Polhemus, Chicago, who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus. The'Po : Grove, and Vernon Jacobs" hemusps linrt nhvietmoo *> _J _-..,,,.,._" J ICODS, Ruth Schroeder. and Milton McBride Vlslte'd Thursday and Friday at R. A. Bai'tlett's, Whlttemore. Marilyn and Billy Boettcher visited last week at their aunt Mrs. Charles Schemmel's, Swea City, and Friday evening the Schem- mels, the E. C. Weisbrods, Fenton, and the L. A. Booettchers were entertained at turkey dinner at W. W. Boettcher's. Laura Wfoerkamp, Sioux Falls, Esther and Elmer Ost- wal'd, Whlttemore, and Rose Barto and Dora Bierstedt, Algona, were supper guests 1 Wednesday evening at E. C. Bierstedt's. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms attended a county Farm Bureau meeting at Algona Thursday, and Mr. Doms spoke. The Lyle Johnsons left Friday for their home at Lake Crystal, Minn., after a week with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Phelps left last week Tuesday for their home at Denver, after a visit,with Willis's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phelps, Mr; and Mrs. F. O. Stow and L. R. Daniels were also Christmas dinner guests at the Phelps home. The Harold Nelsons and the Clarence Larsons, Waterloo, visited over Christmas at S. M. Peterson's, and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson went to Waterloo with them Wednesday for a week there. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, spent Christmas at Paul Moore's, and Mrs. Schmidt and the children remained for the week. Lorena Schwietert, Mason City, and Myrtle Schwietert, of Des Moines, spent the Christmas weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. All of the W. H. Scliwieterts, the Merle Sohwieterts and the Vernal Hardgroves, Algona, the Melvin Hunts, Dol liver, and Lester Schwietert, of Clear Lake, had Christmas dinner at Mrs. Bertha Schwietert'e, The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms entertained the Presbyterian choir and the senior Christian Endeavor at a New Year's eve watch party Saturday evening at the church. Among holiday visitors at Druggist F. L. Pratt's were Mrs. Prait's sister, Buma Duckmanton, Mitchell, S. D., the aunt, Mrs. Potter, of Sioux City, her son Sherman, Ida LAKOTANS ARE DINNER HOSTS AT CHRISTMAS Lakota, Jan. 2—Among persons serving Christmas dinners were: the I. E. Wortmahs, who had Mrs. Wortman's sisters, Mrs, Ruth Ewing, Webster City, and Lena Amundson,, Eagle Grove, Dr. May.- nard Ukeiia, Marshalltown, tire Jerry Ukenas, the Wade Balls, Mrs. Ida Ukeiia, and Mrs. Ewing's six children as guests; the Samuel Warburtons who entertained the J. H. Warburtons, Lakota, and the F. O. Torines, Algona; the Charles Winters, who had the sons Raymond and Russell, their families, and the daughter Mrs. Jerry Heetland, with her .family, as guests; and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Smith, who entertained their respective parents and Mrs. Delia Smith. Eggerth Parents Real Oldweds— The Charles Eggerths spent the day after Christmas with Mr. Eggerth's people at Renwlck, where a belated Christmas dinner was served. This date was the 55th wed- ed when she left. Wonderful Costnmes »t Purty Thti bridge club lows entertained the highs at a W. P. A, party at Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall's Thurri- day evening. All wore special costumes, some of which were wonderfully. Made. Bridge and Chinese checkers furnished entertainment. Mayo Patient Is Better- Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Schlssel, Lakota, and Mrs. John Kingston, of Armstrong, drove to Rochester Thursday to see Mrs. Kingston's husband, who Is taking treatment at a Mayo hospital. HeJs reported improved, Programs Given nt Churches— , All three churches had Christmas programs: Methodists, 1 Friday evening preceding Christmas; the Presbyterians and Lutherans, Saturday evening. Large crowds attended. Dnnce Celebrates Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. Albert Weaver gave a dance at the Dreamland pavilion last week Tuesday evening In honor of their wedding anniversary, and a large crowd attended. Othor Lnkotn News. Ubbe Dreesman, his daughter, VIrs. A. C. Schissel, and her 'husband spent Christmas day with Mr. Com Anderson Grain & C ding anniversary of his parents, Schissel's mother, Mrs. J. P. Sohls- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eggerth, who sel, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. have been residents of that vicin- ~ * ' ' " —- ity many years. Pastor Away for Christinas— The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer left last week Sunday for Sioux City for the holidays with the son Elmer, his family, and the daughter Ellen. Mrs. Hammer had been ill with heart trouble for several weeks, but was somewhat improv- , , . . William Turley accompanied them for the day with the son Truman Turley and his wife. •Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton drove to Olin for Christmas day and till Wednesday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Buxton. > • William Mabus Sr. was sick several days last week, but was reported much better Saturday. hemuses had Christmas dinner Hodgson's. •Mr. and Mrs. Myron Meinzer are parents of an 11-lb. daughter, Joan Marie, born December 24. Mrs Mary Steward and Grace Godfred- sou are at the Meinzer home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich New Prague, Minn., and their daughter La Vonne spent Christmas with Albert s parents, Mr. and Mrs W E Bleich. The firemen were called out Thursday evening for a chimney blaze in the roof at Richard Bray- MELTIN G. BOUBNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office In New Call Theatre Bldg. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 788 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, 859 VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Tnones: Office, 475-W; Res., 475-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION 119,000,000 worth of insurance in A home company. Safe se- D. p. Paxson, Secretary -• —««uuij euiurtainea the son Wallace and George Wood- miry Des Moines, and Florence Woodbury, Marietta, Minn. The James Zweifels were at Lottie and Jennie Mason's, Lu Verne' the Lester Bonnstetters, at Gilbert Bonnstetter's, Kansas City the Venion Studers. at Mrs. Studer's sister Mrs. Leonard Sharp's, Des Mo, lles whcre there was a reun , on of the lyrell family; the Lester entaVSfiiuT ^ ""^ Par ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Galloway drove to Lineville to visit Mr Galoway's parents. The Harvey En- tields were at Humboldt. Virgil Maw, employed at the C. H. Brown . arm, was with his parents at Co- LOANS AND INSUBAtf CE Sewu^r ™ e Williani ^ JSL*™* * s ^ a - d --nSi^s,r- Insurance and Uonds Hutchison Building. Phone 105 force. eure. also here. Arthur LarsonVo'f Salzburg, Barbara and Jimmie were afternoon visitors. A family reunion was held at Fay Scace's. Betty Scace, home trom Des Moines for the holidays- the Wendall Boylans, Sibley; the Howard Cooks, Primghar; the Burdette Beers family, Estherville: and Carol Shipmans, Clear Lake The James Greenfields were with Mrs. Greenfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin. At Rufus Welters, West Bend: the Bob Wel- w'u WAesley; ' Dell a and Edith Welter, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs Frank Alkin, Des Moines Mrs. Gusta Hartwig entertained her children, the families, and friends: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maw; the Verle Scribners, Lu Verne; the Peter Millers, Clear Lake; Mr. Madson, Mason City, daughter Dorothy; and Ida McBeth, Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bush had as their guests the Donald Claries and the Raymond Dimonds, Britt, and the Clarence Toillions, of Eagle Grove. Visitors at Mose Pfeffer's eluded the Edward Pfeffers Eva Pfeffer, Des Moines, and ton's. done. Charles Lappe. Only small damage was The house is owned by two weeks. Wednesday for Lincoln, visit Mr. Dorrance's sister Katherine Henninger. The ., to Mrs Dor in- and the , , an e Dr. L. L. Pfeffers, Wesley. Mr. and ranees were also to visit relatives m Kansas and were to be awav two weeks. • ' Erna Baars had a visit from j sister-in-law at Lodi, Wis las week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp, Mr and Mrs. AVilliam Dehnert, Algona also Mr. and Mrs. L R Vel come Jefferson City, Mo., and Mr and Mrs. J. H. Graham were dinner guests Wednesday at the M. L Vinaas home. Phyllis McBride went to Monday to visit ' at her Ames uncle r unce George Schroeder's. Tom Trainei returned Wednesday from Grand Rapids, Minn., where he spent Christmas with his sou Hollls Paul Beckman, Harriet Gouge Thelma and Florence Hash, Bonnie Barracks, Mary Sloan, Betty Scace, Oxley, Myrtle Swenson I -"IVWULSU) J-f((, V Cll at port. Marilda Pratt has returned to her school work at Altoona. Dr. and Mrs. M.. I. Lichter ;,nd Mr. -and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle were dinner guests Thursday evon- mg at the Ludwig home, St. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle spent last week Tuesday iiMit af Henry Lichter's, Algona, and were dinner guests Wednesday evening at K. Knudson's, Algona. The Bert Olsons and the Carl Raths, Swea City, the Walter Leonards, Cylinder, and Herman Zimmerman, of Charles City, were Christmas dinner guests at W. H ^'edel's^and Herman remained for --— —'• A. Salisbury entertained Mr. and Mrs. Tom.Reid Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Reid, and Mr. and Mrs' Murl Potter, Algona, at a card party Friday evening. Frances Vaughn, Clear Lake teacher, spent part of the Christmas holidays at Frank Bahilng'a. Rachel Clapsaddle, Knoxviile, and Bill Gildner, Waterloo, spent New Year s at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's. ine L. E. Roetmans spent Christmas with Mr. Roetman's.parents at Sanborn. Ruth Thompson, em- Ployed at Ames, spent the day at Among Christmas gatherings was one at R. F. Hawcott's at which the G. P. Hawcotts, the Harold Stewards, Mrs. Bertha Wallace, Lulu Hawcott, and Selina Clifton were guests. The Charles Moyers, Terril, the W. T. and R E Moyers, Edw. Moyer, and the latter s daughter lone were Christmas dinner guests at Hans Koest- lers. The Herman Bussies Whlttemore News Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Baas, Stor- pital, Des Moines; Tommy Farrell, den, Minn., with the daughters De-] st - Ambrose college, Davenport; lores and Maryls, and the George 1 E . dw 1 r . d Mallory, pharmacy college, Robert Flnnell Jr., lores and Maryls, and the George' S ^ d | Mal . 1( MO™,.., „,„,.«.(: ~ — j! i_ Ues Moines; Meyers were 6 p. m. dinner guests at Herman Voigt's (when not stated). The Baas family came Christmas day and went home Thursday. August Vaudt Jr. and his sis-, ters Clara and Ruth entertained! at their home last week Tuesday evening at 500 at four tables. Harold and Evelyn Voigt won -high, Clarence Struecker Avon travel. ., Ames; Irene Esser, Des Moines; Peter Baumann, Ames; Katherlne Kelso, Alma Elbert, Davenport; Dorothy Fandel, Lillian Bargman, Cedar Falls; and Cleo Cullen, Cal- McKinnon, R. Hahn, Cedar Rapids, was also here. Friends here of Peter Christen- spent Thursday evening Johnson's. Miss niece of Delbert. ,.-—- -•- 1 celebrate Marshalltown, I Mr. Delbert is a kers, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, daughter Gertrude, Mr. and Mr Sohutz , ' ' entertained Store Gives Cash Prizes— The Quality Store gave away $35 Christmas prizes. Clem Hilyard won $20, and Harvey Enfield won »5. The name of the winner of a $10 prize was not learned. Two Lodges to Install— Tour Money's Worth In !, ESTATE, HEAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSUliANCE JOEL M. 1IEIIBST Offlce OTer la. State Bk. Phone 93 Algona, Iowa See D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods, and Automobile Insurance Do not neglect your policy for often loss lapses. occurs when insurance Qiiei'ii Esthers Name Officers— Ihe Queen Esthers met one day last week at Virginia Valley's, and officers were elected: president Maxme Perkins; vice, Gertrude . Jean- Haus- m,, '. -->-—"••, i-iamei Oxley. The girls tied a comforter which was sent to an orphans' home The next meeting will be with Maxine Perkins on the third Monday in _ Otlier Conrlth News. The Jack Gourleys attended City on Christmas eve. sons • — -""wuf bi*c wiiLnjii Webers, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Held- eiiwith, son Ellsworth, Mrs. Dorothy Sebers, son Ralph. Five hundred was pl'ayed at five tables, and Herman Meyer and Mrs. Walker birthday Saturday: ry Schultz, Mr. r oigt, daughters and Elenora, son Raymond, Mr. and-Mrs.'Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs. Dorothy Sebers, son Ralph Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, and daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. | and James. The afternoon was '' i f.?. en L at c *jr'ds and 5 o'clock dinner. . were high. Wilmar Weber Miss Meyer were low. and . Mrs. Hugh Duffy left for Lewis- . . I •" «-t*J JU-*3L. n visit her parents, Mr. and Thomas Jones. Beatrice Kneoht returned to Minneapolis Thursda'y, after spending Christmas with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Theo Knecht „„ * ^ Mrs ' Martin Eiseheid spent Chritsmas with the former's father Martin Eischeid Sr., Carroll. ± S ' T :i' ™% ***>»> «» Billy, ^•^tsi.^.^rt? M^jraas-fi: ney, Whlttemore, spent from Thursday till Saturday with Mrs. Josie Goff, Ruthven. The John Waldrons spent Sunday with John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter W-aldron, Ayrshire. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besoh are the Mrs. Besches, who five" "at* Fen"ton, are former Whittemore residents. Mrs Hlgley - , Higley were the m e Higg-ms daughter Mrs. Don Sylves- August Bollingers, Algona, had hnstmas dinner at the Carl Rovn- me! Tln»vi« • olds home. . V, Sio " x Cit y- Nettle Sammin was , he '; brother Joe's, Omaha. Mr and Mrs. A. D. Brogan, son ley, daughter Bonnie, and A due to cold relieved by ^—.—»^ first pleasant swallow of THOXINE th e way down then acts Mr and Mrs. Charles Johnson Kermlt returned l ast % "e°k ne a Wednesday from a week their ette Woods; pianist, Alice" wirth; reporter, Harriet _ Perkins Family Has Hennlon- Bllbrey - EOS8UTH COUNTY ABTAJTCE Weekly Newspaper Founded In »01. Entered as Second - ClaflB Matter December 31, 1908, at the Fo "^J flc 5 at Algona, Io V a, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. Phones 306-307 fl ,,ri h rey - anawha, and her daughter Jacqueline came Friday for a few days with Mrs. Mr ' alld n. union: Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Perkins, of southern Iowa; the Bilbreys; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stephena and Maxine Perkins, Cor- wit u. Tlsltors for the Holidays— .. Y ?«ns folks who, came home for the dhrtetmaa • holidays were' Ardelle Hauptmann, Kenneth and j SOU, UUUUHJL ' Wlth Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Murr, spent the week from Christmas to New Year's with grandmother, Mrs. Mary Woden. aa-^s-ffisst 3* SSS^SSU-SK fSSSKSSSfSg JffJffisajs **'"•' •SSS. A'ZSZijFS, week with friends here. itino. T!" S- ^ yre11 - De s Moines, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dick Stu- been sick George Worden and three chil- " dren returned last week Tuesday from Dows. where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Worden's father, A. G. Waats. Mrs. Worden re- nained for a longer visit with her nother. Mr and Mrs. Henry Ross, of Marshalltown, visited over Christ- M* S a jL M ' M ' phiPnian's. They are Mis. Chipman's parents, and all spent Christmas day at R. K. Ga- >nels, Armstrong. Mrs. J L Peterson, Webster City, visited her' darter, Mrs. B. K. Bah n » n , Mrs. G. W. Bleich was called to Lewisville, Minn., Thursday by word of the serious sickness of her twin brother, William Seeman. Mrs. Vergil Schrader spent last week with her mother ' Lake. were at h ^ udente w "° came home the holidays were Elaine Geng- M°n hy T}Loetach - Genevieve Molly Bauman, Mercy hos- H. W. POST Nray and Transfer ' STORAGE OFALL KINDS L-ong Distance Hauling 666 relieves COLDS, AND . load insured against Sa d STSlSJSl5 lauling and draying. I'HONE 898 Algona, In*. Small Loans to $300 NOTJCE Come to' our store— buy T"' - , a bottle of THOXINE— take a swallow-wait a few minutes— Sold by LUSBY DRUG STORE IT Yesterday.-To da and Tomorrow ;, m that m Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow may er come. So today is the only one counts. The world is through with the Has ?! been, has no faith in the "Going-to-do" '" is offering the "Iser" plenty opportunity' M. ^e have resolved to be Isers during 1939. i"SS We are all thru invoicing. The stock *•'$ is clean as a whistle. Not even odds " ends left to run a January sale on. So I am on my way to Burlington. Schram and ^ Schmeig are invoicing and say they have a $ load of bargains for me. Every year thevnl clean out surplus stock at a big discount A § year ago now I bought nearly ,$4,00o'oo ' worth of their surplus goods and sold it all during January. That was what I run auc tlon on last year. I am going down to pick the plums. . ,, We will have a real sale when I back. Jimmie NevilSe eet ir $il & n e,i,prfi,< m **P ^'M ij sli watf sefr iio'f JANUARY CLEARANCE VALUES AT A PRICE Se<lan > new » Chev. Coach, new paint, in very 1928 Buick 0 Standard Sedan 0. K. In Luxe scdttn ' 1985 Pontiac 6 De Luxe"sedaii^"radio^li^itor"ue. S froster ___ 1936 Pontiac C De Luxe CoiISi," h"eator"amr"d"e.' rroster _ 1936 Pontiac 8 D;Tu^e"sedan7rad~iorspot"llsii heater, defroster at iftiK Tini/iir o t\ T ' o i ; "i iwoo isuicK s JJeLuxe Sedan 6 wheels very clean {$ IOBI» ni ^ c ^ uxe Coach, heater, defroster Jfe 1987 Oldsmobile^ De Luxe Sedan, radio, heater, ^ defroster, like new _ LIBERAL TEEMS AND TRADES See these cars before you buy. BIRUM--OLSON CO. YOUR BUICK DEALER 401 East State St, ' phouel IS THEY WOULD READ YOUR AD TOO, IF IT APPEARED HEJ WAKE UP BUSINESS/ By Advertising In | / This Newspaper \ i* / ON AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK lUI'HKHOLD FUENITDRE, ETC f j r(.mpt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO Standard Red Crow Stanolind ® 1939 . ]fuvuv

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