Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1939 · Page 3
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COtfNft AftVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA Ex-Fcnton Youth Is PAOB . . choaen M NOT YOU* S. BOHAHHON CLARENCE JENTZ WEDS A TEACHER AT MELCHER, IA, M'" • ' . ' '• • "Fenton, July'3^-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Sr. have received an- nqtincetaent. of the marriage of their,'second sou Clarence to Dorothy Roger, Des Moines, Saturday, June 24; at Kalamazoo, Mich., by the Rev. E. Meyer, a Lutheran pastor. 'Miss Roger had been a hl&h school teacher at Melcher, la., five years, and Mr. Jentz had been operating a coal mine at Guthrlo 'Center. The couple will live at Kalamazoo, -where Mr. Jentz has employment. Volght Clan in Reunion— A reunion of the Volgts was held at New Ulm, Minn, last week Sunday, and among persons attending were the Arthur Volgts, Dale Weisbrod, the Wjlliam Volgts, Mr. and Mrs.' John ' Me'nz, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, son Larry, Mrs. Carrie Volgt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, their daughters; the Andrew Larsons, Grove City, Minn.; Mrs. Mae Voigt, and the Paul Klenz family, Ceylon, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hinderman, Mrs Mary Hayenga, Owatonna, Minn 3n route home the McFalls and Carrie Volgt were supper guests t William Domek's. Eleven to Creameries Meet- Attending the annual state brand creameries meeting at Mason City Thursday, from Fenton. were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Paul Ne- m.ltz, Mr.- and Mrs. George Stems, «K j and; Mrs.. E.. A.. .Huskatnp,' 'Mr. and'''Mrs';'A*, i. Kennedy, C. M. Sprlnk, and Arthur, Bleckwenn. . Watermaus to ' ELEANOR MERRYMAN AND PAUL HAWKINS MARRIED 'Doan, July 3 — Paul Hawkins, only son of Mr. • and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins, and Eleanor Merryman, third daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman, Algona, were married Thursday at the German Evangelical parsonage at New Ulm, Minn., In a double ring ceremony. They were attended by Agnes Hawkins, sister of the bride- UouCCfkW" mnimum i.kiicMy (,bni»H« room, and Fred Asa. The bride was attired in sharkskin suit, white accessories. The bridesmaid wore_a red dotted Swiss dress. Mr. a rose colored white hat, and AT NEW ULM of Algol ia, and Mr. and Mrs. Augi Schole iind Mrs. Julius Relnecke, Blue.Earth,' jolned'themifor a picnic dinner at New Ulm. Both these young reople attended the Algotta high school, and they • will be 'at home on a farm with the bridegroom's Wm. parents. Other Doan Mr. ah& Mrs. A. J. Martinek and Auxiliary HURT GROUP ATTENDS MEET AT BANCROFT Hurt, July 3—Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter,, Mr. and Mrs. L,. H. Schenck, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rlngs- dorf, and Mr and Mrs. Chas. Scott attended the county Legion and Aline a Jerit Wednesday at Clarence Seefeld's In German Valley. I. Martinek was ill in bed Thursday meeting evening. at Bancroft Major Leslie last week with a severe Infection In his <iarn and sinus. The ear and Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. Merryman, | was lanced twice. WESLEY GIRL GRADUATE OF NURSE COURSE Wesley. July 3—Thecla Eisenbacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ign. Eisenbacher, finished her three-year course In nurse's train- Ing at the Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday. The graduating exercises for 15 nurses were held In the St. Joseph's Parish hall on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, bert to attend the Hlldman-Pom- merenii.g wedding dance at Algona last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Wlrth iji a brother of Mrs. Ed Hildman. 'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson and two children, Clear Lake, we're guests at Alfred Nelson's a week and 300 attended. going from here were the Ign. Elsen- bacher family, Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph Studer; 'Father Linus ; Eisehbacher, ^Fo'rt'Dodge;, Mr.' a'nd^Mrs. 'ftofbert Hllbert, Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Chas attend ago Saturday afternoon honoring Lillian Melvold, sister of Mrs. Prank Kouba Jr. Saturday night Mrs. I, A, Gerdes entertained a small group In her honor.' Carl guests , . last Week Tuesday In 'Mason ing the north Iowa bandies Nelson, Mrs. Rose Nelson, and tival. ,':. ." Clarence Nelson,,,of vCoryith. Thee- Mrs. Roy Cox >and daughte ' ,,, la will continue working', in -the Nancy * Conference— ^-.The Rev.-and Mrs.-.J. G. '-Water- .„„„,,„.„. ...... —«. -.--. man drove to Mission Farm, Red | Eisenbacher visited his parents till Rock, Minn., last week Tuesday to. Thursday evening, attend a Methodist Bible confer- ,"~7~iT. * ence, and en route they called on P. T. A. Hork Is Planned- Mr. Waterman's nephew. George The P. T. A. executive commlt- Hlckman, Mankato. The Water- tee met a week ago Saturday afternoon, with Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, prea- hospital till September. .Father don Rav.lln's.Wednesday; Mrs. Cox ----- • ""and'Mrs. Ravlin were schoolmates in Den Moines. The Cox family is staying at a cottage at Clear Lake. •Dorothy Ann Welter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Weletr, Cpr- Chalstrom, of Fort. Dodge, came t > Wesley last week MondaJ night to get Mrs. Chalstrom and two sons, Clayton and Donald, who had visited her mother, Mrs. W..E Hutchiiaon, since June 21. Mrs Chalstrom was the former Alice Hiltchinson. 1 Guy Helm, M. Butts, his niece Orpha and two other nieces Rosemkry and Mary Ellen Ehlers Plymouth, all of whom were hbuae at the , Butts »hom.e, : spen Des Moines, visited at El children, Duluth, Minn., visited from Sunday to Tuesday at Martin Greise'a and Dale bundas's. The L, E. Roetmans and R. I. Mawdsley attended the annual State Brand creamery meeting at Mason City Thursday, Lydla Meyer, Algona, has rented the Stow bildlng, and will put In a variety store. She will take possession July 10. The U and I circle met Friday afternoon at Mrs. G. C. Allen's, wlthv,MtB.-(f'U»N. Dlttmer as assisting-'hostess;' "•"'" Henry Wiese is at his sister Mrs. Jahr's, Marcus, while* Mr. Jatir is at the University ]hospltal at Iowa city. • Marilyn Boettcher and Joan Chlpman spent Friday and Saturday at E. C. Welsbrod's in Fenton. Pauline Moore, Wesley, had her tonsils removed at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's office Friday morning. Mrs. Roy Morgan attended the funeral of an aunt at West Bend Friday afternoon. ^ Supt. M. C. Bowie and Max Schrader spent Moiiday at Cedar Falls. Mrs. W W. Boettcher, entertained the' Fortnightly club Friday''after- noon. Mrs. Lewis Larsen entertained the SeWlrig-circle : Friday afternoon. Saul, Algona, was the main speak- r, and gave a fine talk on foreign elations. Other speakers includ- d Mr. McElhenny, foreman of the >CC camp, and past commander of he seventh district, and Joe Graham, Forest City, eighth district ommander. Marlene Wolf sang wo solos, and James and Jane Jradley played a piano duet. About 00 attended the meeting. Mrs. Sarah Stahl on Visit- Mrs. V. E. Smith and children spent last week at W. E, Grover's. Mrs. Smith left Saturday for her home in Milwaukee, but left the children here for a longer, visit with their grandparents. Mrs. Sarah Stahl accompanied her home and from there was to go to Oak Park, 111., to Visit her daughter, been past Mra. Sid Barteau, who had seriously ill again for the _ three weeks, but was better at the last report. Shower Attended by 80— Mrs. Hugh McDonald, formerly Viola Smith, : was honored guest at a'shower given by the .Portland Progress clubwat /.the - Smith' .hoine f-rWtiwa^l^'-v. - •»ftoi»T»AAn'V:.v Atimil-^'-Rrt liuJlwwt COWAN BUILDING SUPPLf fl X |10 So. Dodge Street [Phone 275, Algona mans returned Wednesday. St Lonls Student Home- Harold Geronsin arrived laat Week Tuesday from St. Louis, where he Is attending school, to spend a vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin. He waa brought here by Henrik Fauerby, Eldora, after having visited at the Fauerby home, Mrs. Mary Schntt Passes- Mrs. Jacob Hengel received word last week Tueaday of the death of Mra. Mary Scnutt at Geise, .Mjnn Mrs.'Schutt lived'With Mrs. Hengel for five years prior to '• going to Geise last spring to live with a , ident, and decided committees could offer outside speakers mileage up to $3. The October committee was named as publications committee; September, publicity; February, finance; January, historian; November, March, and April, membership. The chairmen will be the program commltte. The taking up of Study club this fall was also discussed. These, study groups are - sponsored .by the >Edu- with, Britt, days near Mr. visited her cousin, Irene daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig, f-om Tuesday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Braley, the Lt. Mumma family, Mrs. Stanley Smitl, and Uttle Alson D. were entertained at Mrs. Emma Braley's last week Tuesday. Mr i. Irene Studer spent severa last week at Nick Kelch's Corwlth, caring for her uncle iCelob., who was critically ill but is, now much mlproved. The Julius Kunz family; left Sat daughters SheVwas a sister; of-the last ':, week •.Tues^ay,.,nlBht... In <, the DUTCH «»V$i "HERE'S WHAT I MEAN BY SERVICE: This word "sortie*" i> en* oi (hose things iom* pcopU haven't any buiineM iooUvg with. They haven't any mora idea oi its meaninv Hog has of a holiday. SERVICE, aa I •••it. ia ' pretty near a part oi my religion. It starU a long tim* beloie you com* to m* lor. t"«3. It starts with th* tilM I cony la stock.' ) r»» chosen to sell Goody*an bicause I've had YOU in mind «U the tim*. !>• floured. utre's a fellow who'll going to need good tires Mm* day. owl I'm going to gto him th») *M| tire value he can buy." That's the kind of Urea Good!•« builds and I sell. Jut I wouldn't be satisfied if my Mtvice stopped there. I like to h«l BESPONSBIE tor^our «n»ing comlort your 'Baiely «M heedom trom tire-wonie* « LONG AS THOSE TOES ."* ON YOUR CAB. ...* U rv , e 'earned in yean of •» work beloug. , e ypv and late Mr. : Hengel... Promoted to Belief Agent- George Skare, who had been apprentice at the C. & N. W. depot, recently passed a physical examination at Mason City and was transferred to-, bake- Mills as relief agent. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Skare here. Dorcas Women Co Picnicking— The Dorcas sewing circle had a picnic last week Tuesday. .Mrs. John Kramer, a former member now living at Whittemore, was a guest. Chinese checkers were played, and at the close a pot luck lunch was served. Band Social Financial Success— The band mothers served sandwiches, lemonade, and coffee to the public Wednesday evening after a " made approximately cational Radio Service of Iowa on urday for a week at the Okobojls Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. l — ' Crowd at Wedding Dunce— A large'number of Westey ans at ' tended the .wedding dance -..; given "Maybe I still don't gel my " aew... W*fc «•!«««,, ft « Vbrdi, and GIVE ..rri C . than '«* about it, any. day, concert and *17. Gllles Have Fishing Vacation- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Gill, with a daughter, left last week Tuesday for a week of fishing in northern Minnesota lages. • Mothers 4-H Girl' Guests— The 4-H club girls entertained their mothers at a recent picnic dinner arid outing at the Ambrose A. Call park. ^ S. S. Class Has Picnic— The intermediate department oi the Methodist Sunday school recently had a picnic at the Ambrose C. Call park. FEtWON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goetsch returned to Anchor Inn Minn., Thursday for another two weeks, after a few days here. They were accompanied by Agnes Goestch, who was to visit her sister, Mrs. J. M. Murray, Spring Lake, till after the FO Mr! h 'and Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod went to Alta Vista last week Monday for a visit last Wednesday at Kern Elerick's. Mrs. R. N. Kyhl Visited between trains at L. M. Holldorf's, Ceylon, Thursday. Alfred Meyers went to Fairmont last week Monday, and brought his father, John Meyer, here. The latter had spent a week at his sister Mrs. J. A. Ridder's. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McConnell, with their son Roger, left recently for their home at Council Bluffs, Floral hair at" Algona-by Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening, who were married that morning ..at Wesley. Mra. Pommerening was Lucille, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hlldman, Wesley. The young couple left that night for a trlp'-to' tb>-Bla!ckJ=«Ul8,:>atter->whlch they will begin housekeeping in an apartment at 514 E. North street in Algona. Mr. Pommerening is employed at the Champlln oil station at Algona. Bible School Ts Closed— The two weeks Methodist Bible school closed Friday with 30 attendants. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthus Bottom, daughter Jean, and Madeline Erdmann were the instructors, and as a climax the school presented their, pupils'In.a program at the -church at ' 11 o'clock that morning. Youngsters recited from memory a review of 'Mia. Mary Urich and son Joe, of Dun:an, visited Mrs. Urich's aon Paul .Wedneaday. He operatea the Uric a Variety store. : Hislen Keene left for Iowa City a wee] c-ago Monday to ibe employed in a restaurant. M •:• and'Mrs.'George Mergen and son-Paul returned to their.home in Rosiivllle, Calif., Wednesday afternoon, after visiting Mr. Mergen's mptier,"Mrs. George Mergen Sr., and Mrs. Jack Relfen and son John, Bra nerd, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. rles Pertl, Minneapolis, came week to spend two weeka vls- Cha last Itlni; at the parental Carl Peril's Sr. Tie Rev. John Cullen, of Sioux Cltj the work learned, augmented by recitations, songs,,and dialogs.. A special collection taken""up" was sent to Chicago to be used for child education. • Wisconsin Visitors Here— > Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartman, the latter a cousin of Mrs. Eisenbacher, and Mrs. Richard Hammond, Fort Atkinson, Wls., came Saturday for a few days at Ign. Eisenbacher's. Mrs. Hammond ia the former Rosina Eisenbacher. Ruth Mary Eisenbacher will return with them for a few weeks vacation. Other relatives, who came Sunday, are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wolf, of Barton, Wis., and Mrs. Kate Simon, Ashford, Wis. They will visit here a week. Visitors Return to Illinois- Mr, and Mrs. James Brennan, Charles Brennan, and Mike s Fox left last week Tuesday for their home at Joliet, 111. They had attended the funeral of Richard Kent. Mrs. Mike Fox, former Mabel Kent, will leave Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon taking her home at Dwlght, 111. The Messrs. Brennan are brothers of Mrs. Lewis Kent. Haverly Children Home— Clarence Haverly, son of Henry Haverly, Is expected home for the to Rochester, Minn., .a. week ago Moi.day to see their father, J. S. Cul en, patient at the Worrel hospital. It was reported that Mr. Cul hoa Jltal last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer drove to Ilarion, S. D., Wednesday morning sul and Mrs. Herman Meyer coned 'do'ctors regarding her health. She has not been feeling well the .past month. Mrs. Wllbert Haberkamp and daughter Carol Returned to their home In Roaelle, 111., last Wednesday evening after two weeks with her parenta, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. BeTnke. Mr. Haberkamp, who alao vis 18, Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey, of Chirlea City, visited at Carl Ebisrt's last week. 'Mrs, F. J. Balgeman spent last we sk In Burt at her daughter Mrs. Wl after a few days at Shelby and Lester Welsbrod's. J A. G. Smith left last week Monday for Lincoln, Neb., called by word of the death of hismoth- ei The Vacation Bible school held four weeks at Fairvllle, was closed with a picnic dinner. Nuzarene Rally . Attended by 15 ••Fifteen persona, from Algona attended a 'Nazarene young people a rally at Mason City Thursday. Seven churches in this zone were represented. The Rev. Mr. Strong lo- Fourth. He manages a dairy farm near Dundee, 111. He is also a licensed auctioneer. His sister, Margaret, who is a nurae In the Sunny Slope Sanitarium at Ottumwa, is also expected home tor the day. Band Concerts Pleasing— The first outdoor band concert was given Wednesday nigto by the newly organized Wesley band. The band played on a platform erected between the Exchange bank and the Kraus store. A large crowd appreciated the concert. Attends PrlesFs Guy M. Butts attended a, banquet last week Tueaday at Graettinger in honor of the Rev. Mr. Kelly s golden jubilee, marking Father [ **€TiS&£ p2»*5*ip Spfjwpf ca,i pastor, read a became a Qhristian, and It 'Was and goioen juunco, "•»••—= it, _j Kelly's 50th year to tihe prjwtnoo* and 48th year In Graettinger. LodRes to Install Friday— Oddfellow and Rebekah lodges will hold a joint Installation of of- Srs elected in May, Friday. Mrs Arleoe McCauley, of Burt, district deputy, will install. Otlwr Wester W«wf. Mr. and Mrs, Je«f Thoraon and **?• Whittemore other relatives two weeka. and Pat Cullen, Algona, drove afternoon; gWes'ts were 1 present. Rose "Marie Ringadorf and Evelyn, Becker ;played violin , solos,vand.,.,. Dorothy 'Stewart gave a reading.': % c ^ Barbers! .Barber lost to the Kossuth Master Barber's association a week ago Monday evening. A lunch was served at the Stow cafe after the meeting ' The: Queen Esther circle girli lad a pie and ice cream, socia Wednesday, evening. Lloyd Matthew Is Dead- Lloyd Matthew, Webster City, a cousin of Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, died at Rochester Thursday night. Mr Matthew and his wife and so atayed In Mra. Lottie Isenberger' house here several weeks earlier In the summer. Hans Koestler Has. Operation- lone Moyer was called at'Roch- ester, Minn., Thursday to be with her sisterrMfs.'t ftina Koeatler.-.Mr. Koestler had; undergone 1 ; a fserious operation Thursday and his condition waa reported serloua. . ; < > ;; Sunday School Plcnte..;Held— "••*>'• • V ••• Nearly! 80>inembers -of the Methodist Sunday "school enjoyed a picnic at the state park at Tuttle Lake Wedneaday. The youngsters had a fine time bathing and playing games. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs.- Grover--Fairbanks, Chicago, visited from Sunday to Thursday here with Grover's parents, M. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Sunday they all visited the Pat, Rasmussens, Pomeroy. Monday evening they were supper guests at Will Grover's, and Wednesday evening at Doctor Wallace's, Algona. Grover Is employed In the traffic department of the Pennsylvania railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, ;Ervin and Verna Johnson, Craig," visited last week Monday and Tues- en was to be released from the day at "-El-bet .Sewlck'a. Mr. Mra. Charles Johnson are ' ted here, returned home June 1 Heller's. Hrs,' Mary Blatt, who haa been vlalting at Greg Elbert's, returned to her home in Mason City June 26. The sewing club was entertained .Tuie 26 at Mra, Elmo Barber's, Bolt. Henry Prlester, Mrs. Cecelia Elbe 1 !, and sons Serenus, Willis, and Tbpmas, left for Minneapolis June 26 to spend the week,. ] Prank and Wesley Sutton, of Es- thurvllle, were called to Whltte- miire June 26 to see their sister, Mrs. Leo Swahaon, who waa seriously 111. : • The Rev. Edward Fandel, Rem- sei, came to Whittemore June 26 to spend last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Fandel. Mr. and Mra. John Steler, Leon- aril Ypungwirth, and Lucian Meurer attended the funeral of Richard Rump at Wesley laat week Tuea- dty morning. Mr. Kemp died at Giendale. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McDonnell, Mlnonk, 111., and, aon Edward, of B oomington, 111., Mae McDonnell, ol here, and" Mrs. P. Kinsella, Mason City, visited Mrs- Mary McDonnell a week ago Monday. Announcements were made here Is at week that Francis Fish, son of Mrs. Wm. Fish, WhUtemore, and Viola Gunderson, daughter ef Mr. aid Mra. Edward (Junderson, Si. Fiul, were married June 26 at 8:30 and Mrs. Sewick'a' parents, .and th'e. others are her brothers and sisters. Shirley Sewick accompanied them home for a viait. Mrs. Edwlna Pratt, who had spent a number of weeks at the home of her aon, F. L. Pratt, whore she waa 111 In bed for several weeks, was able to return to her own home Thursday. Mrs. Pratt is 90 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tillner, Turlock, Calif., and Mrs. Swan Anderson, Willmar, Minn., viaited last week Monday at D. L. McDonald's. Mrs. Anderson remained for a longer visit with her daughter, Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. John Ayres, Osceola, is spending several weeks' here with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Bahling. Mr. Bahling has been laid up the past week with an infection in his hand. Reuben Tjaden, Woden, called at the Presbyterian manse Wednesday and with the Rev. Mr. Doma interviewed a' number of proapec- tive students for Dubuque university. Mr. and Mrs. Jake'Koestler, Blue Earth, Minn,, and Mr, and Mrs. August .Bauman, Lakqta, visited Mrs. Lydla Koestler and Mrs. Bertha Koestler Wednesday afternoon. Bonnie Mary Schuldt, Mapleton, came Thursday to spend ten days with her uncle, Dr. B. K. Bahnson, while her parents, the Rev.- and Mra. Arthur Schuldt, are away. v Mrs. C. H. Schrader visited from Tuesday to Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, Elmore /Minn. 'Her mother has REMEM BE R Your DOCTOR As tie Remembered You A DOCTOR DIED REOENTiLY, leaving practically no property to his family. But he did leave over $100,000 in unpaid accounts on his books! Think of the long hours, the broken rest, the sacrifices that those accounts represent. Are you treating your doctor that way? Kossuth County Medical Society DIRECTORY W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTOff * MU.LER liaw Offices.-' ;< ' Phones: Office 427, residence 314. Algona, Iowa. J. L. B05AB . Office Iowa Strfte Bantf Bld$, Off tee phone 460-W. Algona, Iowa Attorneys-at-Law LDTITAN & LYNCH Algona,''Iowa '•• Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins, bldg. Algona, Iowa. HARRINGTON it LOWE Attorneys-at-Law R. J. Harrington J. D. Loire Phone 287 R. J. ti. 44» i:, TA1C NESS * BRUN90IC Lawyers • Office in new Helse block Phone '213 Algona, Iowa O. D. Bhnmway -E. D. Kelly; SHUMWAY ft KELLY " Attorneys-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 58 Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL County Attorney • "AtWrpey-at-Law Hutchison'' building ; Phone 180 imiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiHi Ever dreamed of owning your own Farm? Atto'rney-at-Law Hutchison building Phone 2<)6.. .,.-. Algona, Iowa . , Office over Iowa State Bank Phone*: Office, 460-J.; Res. 31S A. HTJTCHISOIf (ieeeaaed) . DOKALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ' Security State bank bldg. Phone.251 Algona, Iowa HACRICE C. McMAHON *~ Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise bldg. Phone 325 . . . Algona, Iowa SURE YOU HAVE ... and here's how you can do it, and do it easi/y/ • >•',':PPPORTUNITV 1 .FARMS-^o/ng concerns-are being offered for a small down payment and 6% yearly. And your 6% YEARLYpaytnenfia the only pay- mentyouhavetomake.becaiiseitCOVERSBOTH THE'INTEREST AND THE PRINCIPAL! These farms offer a real opportunity to any man who wants to own a home and a business of his own. So stop paying rent! Be your own boss. Buy your own'farm! For complete details on Opportunity Farms, get in touch with... J.E. HAYES 12 % East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone: 446 ^ For Northwest Iowa farms DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician. and Surgeon OffIce^yBr.'Rexall'pr'u^ Store Office ptione 300 ! Res. phone 326 Surgeon and Physician: Office John Galbrulth block Phones 444-310 .. 'Algona,. Iowa : 0. BOURNE V L an^andS Surgeon'? v> .,,:.. ::-• Phones:..-'.'.'.- . .,, Office, 197; 'residence, 194 DENTISTS DB.H. K. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre bldg. Phones: Business, 166; ree., .788 Algona, Iowa • • t OPPORTUNITY FARMS Every farm listed M an OPPORTUNITY FARM, to earn that, name, muit haTe: Adequate, tound; weather-tiftht bulldlpfti, well-painted; Improved •oil. «ood draln- a»e, and expertJF panned crop rotation. ~ OPPORTUNITY FARMSare available for jOtt- imaUcatb payment, euy.laas-tUneterau. CO-OPERATION OF REAL ESTATE BROKERS WELCOMED 1 ' ' ' ' I i -i i i o V ...'.".' •'••- '•'.- •••-: .1.1.1.-., -,; I'.ill, ,;-._ ,..'• '.i •-'..•' i •. . I DB, C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Hutchison bldg. Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174 KABX R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Helse bldg. Phones: Office, 44; res., 116 A. J. EASON Dentiat Office over James Drug Store ' Phones: Office, 59; residence, 859 KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION |19,000,*00 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Sale, secure. D. D. Paxson, secretary LOANS AND INSURANCE HUHTAGH & SON Farm Loans Beal Estate Insurance and Bonds ' Hutchison building Phone 105 Tour Money's Worth la BEAL ESTATE, BEAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HEBBST Office over Ia. State Bk. Phone 98 Algona, Iowa . D. B. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods, and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for often teas occurs when insurance lapses. m, in the Bethany parsonage in St. 'f%ul. Fraacis is forme'r Whittemore youjk. Marion Hylnk, u$4ert|k,ejr _ years at the- iSwajaspn p%rlo|,, has resigned an4 will pan— ""— eery store at PHoaen Caldron. Mr. Hyink w«, Monday morning to rations for tie « ' tnt been in poor health of late. George Enunert, Mason City, spent last week at J. D. Graham's. Maxine Graham went to Mason CJty ThjjrscUiy to visit her sister, Mrs. John Emmert. • The Presbyterian Mite society met at Mrs. H. O. Buell's Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W-W. Boettcher and Mrs. Leo Braton were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Mary Steward, the Paul Macauleys, and Harold Stewards, picnicked at Tuttle Lake Thursday in honor of Richard Steward's second birthday. •Mr, and Mrs. J. P ; tneir daughter. Mrs. Byron mermann,, Goshen, Ind-, to Ames Friday. She had visited here since Sunday, Sapbel qiapsftddle went ^to Ma^.^L!« vm' |^er. ; S8t . >, Mjtft 0* ftoffe &>t to* » BUILT-IN SHADOW LINE \ . Where can you find more substantial roof-beauty than you get in Barrett Broad Shadow Shingles? These handsome, colorful shingles have built-in shadow lines that will give your home new charm and dignity. Find out how easy and inexpensive it is to own a Broad Shadow Shingle Roof. Take advantage of the Barrett Monthly Payment Plan.. A no down payment and up to three years to pay, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Weekly Newspaper Founded in 1901. Entered as Second T Class Matter December 31, 1908, at the Pestofflce at Algona, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2,1879. BOTSFORD Lumber Co. RECTALDISEASES VARICOSE VEINS RUPTURE The majority of these conditions an be treated successfully by ambulant methods, which means'that you suffer very Uttle, If any, pain and dp not have to go to bed. -You can go on with your regular wgrk, and lose n.o time esqept tor a^tew minutes in my «ff&e pnce, §, weejfe. You are welcome to conie il |o,r an examinatto.n without charge At that time | can explain Uj 4etaU my inetho4 of * S,W,MEYEM,0,

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