Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1939 · Page 8
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GROUP VISITS OMAHA PA^-flll Pf AUT UnU UIL I LnR I «., > , ' U ": ,, J AT Ju i lus Studer > ^ r ° Dawson left lor . ir.,» the United Petroleum COtimir ADVANCE. ALOONJ TROTH iboyt ADVERTISING By CHARLES B. ROTH MONtAlGNE'S 'GREAT REGISTER I P EVERYTHING else that . wfiter, Michael Equem de Mon wrote were to disappear, the world would gtffl be indebted to him (or his Ideas on what he called his "great register." Montaigne was a Frenchman who fcnt, and Alf is ""truck"VeratTr. admired excessively by a few read- 'Other employe of the K &"H ers, he's almost forgotten^by the company who went were C W world at l f rge> But ev * ry llme you lOloslin, station operator at Woden', read an advertisement in your news- tPeter Callies, station operator at P a P er - y° u do homage to his mem- Titonka, George Manus, oil truck- ory - *r, of Burt, and Emory Deitering, For " wa * his '<*«•. that people, oil trucker, of Bancroft. They re- wno want 'o buy, need some place .turned Saturday night. " j where they can get •MM . -,.r~. ' I information 'about Wisconsin \lsltors. Here- _. the products which Mr. and Mrs. Art Haverly and others have to sell three children, of Bloomer, Wis.,'l guests Thursday her brother, Art ,, i .Haverly, his wife, and three chil-! Montaigne- pr o- dren. The Haverlys visited her posed a re e ister l ° sister, Mrs. (FrancisJ Moe, and her' be posted where aU brother, Albert Davis, at Algona' m '8ht see. Here the Friday morning. They were din-! owners of things ch , rles Rolh ner guests that day at J. L. Hav-l °*ey wanted to sell erly's. Mrs. Haverly was Jose- would list them. Here also those phine Davis, daughter of Elmer who had needs would list those Davis, who lived north of Wesley needs. Buyer and seller would thus 20 years ago. Mr. Haverly works | be brought together. in a milk cannery at Bloomer.) It was a good idea. It still is h They returned home Saturday. j good idea. Every time, indeed, you «,inx« Committees .\amed- -' look ° Ver toe " ads " ta your news ' The Legion Auxiliary met last week Monday night, and Mrs. Edna Flora, president, appointed the following committee chairmen: Americanism, national defense publicity, Mrs. Viola Studer; awards, Mrs. Caroline Studer; i music and constitution, Mrs. Myr-' tie Lease; membership. Mrs. Jose-! phiiie Meurer; rehabilitation, Mrs. ' Clara Alclrich; legislation, Mrs. I Oma Hildman: community service, fan save Urae and m«nejr becaue. yea compare whaiane teller •Hera with wbal another offer*, which It the better vatee. Norman Angell, the English writer. wished that someone had advertised more in England when he set out to buy a horse scraper for some farming operations he had on hand. He scanned the advertisement*/ No scrapers. He wrote a few manufacturers he knew. ."No scrapers. Later he came to America and in Chicago discovered, through an advertisement, of a horse scraper for sale. He looked Into the matter— and found it was made within 20 miles of his English farm. That you have a "great register" coming to you regularly, with the day's best opportunities to buy the paper you exptess your approval of the idea. ' Sellers tell yon what they have. things you need, is one of the beati- tilde's',6f living .in America and in' these modem times. Ton do not, like Mr. Anjell, hare lo fret arid worry and March for what you need. Too merely «peo the pages of the newspaper, and, lo, there right in front of you, you find a world of useful things from all over the world. The more you rely upon the "great register" of modern life to help you in your buying, the more you get from every penny you spend. The best values, the best mercnan by news of the death of Frank Davis. S3, * week ago Saturday. He was. grandfather «of Mr. Bern is. Burial was made at Estherville last week Tuesday .afternoon. SI** AtteM 0««t D»r— Nine members of the Aid attended a guest day by the Irvlngton Aid at the Ambrose A. Call state park Wednesday. A talk was given by Judge Quarton on his trip to England. Mrhfifig Wrecks Fwe Bos— The home of Mr. and Mrs. George Aman was without electricity for ; •«.; a while Thursday. Lightning struck ^eo Deir*rdang, labor a fuse box In the basement. The Dr. No. 27— box was badly damaged. " * ' Church Conference is Held-— DRAINAGE CTJfctf Dr. No. «<s*o. Loofl. labor * k .._. John Welch, labor _* 2 B. Q. stenstrwfc. latwr Carl I. Anderson, laftor .„-„ Western Union T*1<graph,. telegram .... ...i Rock Island bumfcer Co., SUp. i...i....i^.i Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. ,.«.—.» .*. Dr. No. S- Chas. B. Chubb, engineer ... •Homer Xdlle, labor .....i.. Dr. No. 7— O. R. Cooper, labor JDlck Bands, .labor . ..... Df. No. IS— Rock Island Lumber Co., 8-flfl 7.« 48.SO "•XT **T. 7.W Dr, 1.11 110 1.50 7.00 sup. <3«ofge I^ooft, labor ... John Welch, labor Rock Island 'Lumber sup. Co., 2.04 4.00 8.09 7.00 Of. Dr. T. t*. Adams; Dr., RWshariftoii " Dr. Bahfison, * R. 1* Moore, .care »_ fc —»... C*W«8 Br6t., ferov. .. ... A. M. Kun*, prov. .......... Bonacker'a Food Market, prov. .. i .»..ii'..«*..».«».—' Mrs. MiUh.'ErtmiihVprov7"I* J. L. R«»kopf A Co.) fuer ,.._ j. L. Haskopf * Co, fuel — DlwPRiCT NO. 4 Dr. Egan, med. _....__ Park Hospital, ho*p. care j. M. L. Vlnnas. cafe .. ^^ Smith Dept. Store, prov/..... i Kennedy Bros., prov. —..... • August Belt*, care ,'C. B. Chlpman. burial *.'l u — 'J. H. Sheridan, rent ._ C. tl. Schrader, rent . The local Methodists had their Dr/No. M— fourth, quarterly conference last Geprge__Lpoft._ labor week Monday. Few members attended. Reports were given by officers. Other Sexton Jfeirs. ^ iaoor Last week Sunday dinner guests John Welch, labor at John Flora's were Mr. and Mrs. I Rock Island 'Lumber Co., George Chedister, Mrs. Bertha Hut- Dr s ^ zel. and Mrs. .Alva Barnes, .of Des Moiues, also the Orval Floras, of John Welch, labor Elmore Cement & Tile Co., sup. . . . Rock Island 'Lumber Co., sup. . . Dr. No. 60- Oeorge Looft, labor -»<, «•» 0.25 'sirs. Jennie McCreary, care .. Fred C. Huettner, prov. , •Fred C. Huettner,' prov,: Thaves Sisters, prov. ... Ed. Slmser, prov. ... S. & S. Groc., prov. C .J. A'pnlenulst, prov. , VroomarTs Groc., prov. . Henry Kline, rent .. GENERAL Moe & SJogrcn, sup. ru 10.00 5.00 H.* «.oo »!» 20.60 71.60 37.% 6,83 10.00 5.00 15.60 73.00 16.00 0.00, 40.00 2.17 8.61 24.00 4.00 10.00 3.23 .84 10.00 «.« 5.M as TiiR i, "i. tbt, B is:- ."oundry, Novo Engine " - •• Standard far «:«!";. d »raVeT ^^"'^"hauirng C ' - 1 - ""•<", «ij 221.7$ ''"'"I :/<**, '•'•iirt „ .'«*!»«' oi-«»w . - i ^".fei-vlso r » 0t "Mei I A. Sffi«|?fISSffn*""-"" ?P «"*"'•§ * Jukeliart, Mu'irhfel Vl* 0 ''.''- *-W'' l , '"? lril ct W j!: ^ », f Cd., -itlp. " UBnes Tractor '-)'>nu t halt J tt •• Cental Au»d"is1ec.'™co""surr—- '' i5 ' 70 iv \ hc B O«M ?' * ,-Herrrtan M. Brown Co .,,k — •'i-'.M;. '^"''itor t^l lowft; Mach. & suh.S?' 1 S " P L-- s.«7' vL 10( fovo',i c ««t • ^—— • •••^i» 4*Ai OH Iowa Mach. & oun ,,_ .. — s U paul .."l d . ra " IlS ' ^ &; .•8l** < n! l BodSe l lo" MiH!'""-"--*- J ''M : !f" a 'tinB* c V h »i'&, gSS" .Cook,r r a? t0or s ^ p : -~- »!«, "'-"n..!? ^\ J).»'f' lobe . ,; °- w Barnes is Mrs. Laurens. Mrs. Flora's sister. John Hienan, Valley , - „...,, Kans., left last week Monday, after visits here with his brother Leo C. If. Cooper, labor •Dick JBeade, labor Heyo Bockelman Jr.. labor Earl Stott Hardware, sup. | Thompson Yards Inc., sup. Pollc Dr. Xo. 7S— THUS, p Earl Stott Hardware7"iupr~I 11011.0 ncm »> iiu ma i/iuiuci JLICU £*arj aioic jiaruware, sup. and other relatives. Josephine Hie- D J.v N '°'.?°~ nan. Dumont. who had also hppn' £"!*?• fc i. c '' ubb . engineer — nan Dumont. who had also been HWr'NoYte.labor visiting at her brother Leo's, left George Looft. labor [Wednesday. • i John Welch, labor Virgil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos.' "Sup. |Fraser who lives with' Mr. and Dr. No. K?— K. Chubb, engineer ... Dorenbush. labor Rock Island 'Lumber" "co.T Mrs. Har»y Sunding, Kelly, spent ._.„„, .„„ WIio , u.cii.uaii. l a ^ ew days last week with his par- dise, the best prices—they comprise ents the contents of that useful, indlspen- Elizabeth Harper, Cary, 111., who sable modern version of Montaigne's n a d been visiting Mr. "and Mrs. sound idea. £ Charles B. Roth. sup. Rock Bert Sanders, left for home Thurs- ' SU P- Cement & Jsfand"L~umb'er~ •*• 26.00 1.60 10.40 9.10 ll.CO 32.9? 22.75 .10.CO Mind ftld John McEnrocr'renf i Algona Ins. Agency, premium J. H. Johnson, trucking J. M.. Barr, -labor .. ... K. D. James, sun. .......... COUNTY FAIRIM John HennlnPT. labor .... I notsford Lumber Co., sup. ; . Prutt Electric Co., sup. T.nltiK & Muckey, sup. .. . Frank r,.' Jtlller, light serv. . Cut Rate Groc., prov ..... Shllts Shoe Store, shoes Dr. Wallnce, >ned. Dr. Bourne, med. .... M. L. Vlnans. care 1 Slate Treasurer, use tnx Robt. R. Steven, sup. ' Fred Park, misc. exp. . rhns. Runchey, labor Howard Hardware, sup. . .. — ""- sup.' — - ....... ohl ""- - - .41 60.00, 6.69' 3.20. 12.09 , .10.99 I 66.31 7,12 1.00 1.00 1R.. r iO 1.6S 35.75 , 13.19 6.80 11.02 "•«> io.ri2' 33.53 J"tf* Watewao "coKA 1 8T £ ^esi-cifir^p^"^: K<MfgUth Oil C8,;'s u p'- Standard oil C o.', sup. j«.^. S^iirr tc ^«v:: K ^"J'lAWS^A-i sssa^ 1 ^^!?^ «"' ^^ i" 1 '^ d ,[ h >l •-: y&f*t SSf« rtl * 25f\, t^Um^«o(,, of nu^ f , ac t«Jj" I day. . Dr. No. I MdCormlck - Ce'erlng'"'""sfore* ", SUP. ; ^; S. H. Klnssle, sup. • C. A. Heard, sup. PINK FAMILY HOLDS ITS ANNUAL REUNION , Dr. NO. labor .Iimil Lumber Co., labo- Marie Black, Plentywood, Mont., Dick ' and. Mary Guerdette, Bowbells, N D S N i°- D., left Wednesday for their re- «•- slnnd spective home. v The Milwaukee crew which had •been repairing tracks here left Thursday for the next location out of Wesley. Glenn Sanders, Mallard, visited ' D£'° Nof 4 -*! ' «- « - - ' c. H. cooper, labor " ej : 0 Boekelman Jr.,'Tabor" Dick Ba.ide, labor Dr. No. ]02- (.20 Walnut Grove Products, supT Valllc St. Trlbon. sup. 1 M. F. Amfahr, sup. l.*9 1C. D. James, sup. . I Knlo Brick & Tile Co7. 'new Mrs.; Maria ~Biefcli7Th»d'weif^ a ° d ^ f Glenn Sanders, Mallard, vis: Mrs. Helen Johnson; poppies, Mrs j day at the Ambrose V Call state for the hfwn U n». SfTT 1 t( VH at his brother Berfs Thursday. ^.o^^t^,^^ 1 ^^^^^^^^^ doois, with 17 persons in attend- croft, Ringsted, and' Fenton were ance. The ram was welcomed in to meet at the Central Elmore sup . Jr. No. 91- — Earl Stott Hardware, sup. .Clarence Hentges. labor i.JO Mid - Continent Petrol. CorpT I si— Cla_rence Zuffall... hauling " zifffaTfsT " " h aiul hT e " to .South Dakota— rranK ur Irene Rose and Patrick Scanlan j Francis, Mr. and Mrs • left for their home at Colmau, S. and son Robert andI Mr D., Saturday morning 'after six l Earl Stotr VnriK-f-tK TU , weeks with their aunt and uncle, 1 ----- son Keith ' Titollka , the J. L. Studers. They are chll- • Mrs w I H , ' ' Mr Rock island Lumber Co., Dr/Xo. no^ George Looft, labor John Welch, labor Thco Dorenbush, •-"-" 3.15 gravel 1.7» Clarence S- 60 gravel I Clarence I gravel 2.69 r A. BrneYy.",,.. „ . (.. A. Emery, graveling *m i'; A- J 5mer >'- graveling ___~~ '•™ .State Treasurer, use tax s? with their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mr,. William Luken. Visitor Honored son rs - Lou Mr t . r ^ E ' San ders, Sexton; Mrs. Marie AmesbU)1 >'. her children, n i u- ,, eIphl ' M . Mrs. Milton Giddinjrs entertained' AmesbU)1 >'. her children, Alsoiia; a group of youngsters at her home ' n i u- ,, S- H ' E ' Gi'athaus. of Thursday afternoon honoring her 4;. e . Ip , hl ' Mm n': Mrs. Henry Fast, tiiece, Ardis Bentley, who is'leav-j | Vl " dom ' Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Vern ing soon with her mother for their i I" 5 ' -\ Ir - and Mrs - Martin Julius, home at Atlanta, Ga. Attendin ' hstl> emlle. A picnic dinner was home at Atlanta, Ga. Attending' Esthe "'i"e. A picnic dinner was were Arlene and Gary Punke Joan' served at noon. This was the Seller, Robert Giddincs, Stanley e ' evemh >'ear for this reunion, and and Lois Swinton. and Joan Crain,! ? rou P voted to meet again next of St. Louis, Mo. Games were play-! > al lhe saine Place. eel followed by_,unoh. ' P Jec , w.^T^ ^.^ Rita Stoder Is Honored— I, , ""Oman's home project picnic pre-nuptial shower in -_ ..^ . .., **.j u ^i t u - j i i_ ---- - t*i "j^L-t JJ1CJ11C, Rita Studer was honored at a ' „ ' t)e f n , Panned on the lawn at the base- ' an " trs ' ^'"'iam Kirschbaum's visiting Mr. - , -••••* IT wwwi^j^u tn i *•" i*icct ttL Lut; spite of its interference with plans. Hce, Armstrong, Demises Mr. and •Island 'Lumber Co., mo week Monday Dr - •*<>• ] if— • plans for a five- S^' E - Chubb, engineer .. Several sites are be- Dr" 0 ^ £2' te ' labor - *"*-*-»mi v r»ruiners, grildlng "* .89 McGuire Brothers. CTadlhc"""" sm S tandard Su PP'y Co., sup. "~ 150 C °J} orete Products Corp." — • "- 1 - - — — •" -M w i, •» \j^.-n. y evening from Harrisburg, S. D. Tney had been called there .^ ; o .. Hub o aiuilg lae Des Moines river. A uluhhouse may Board Proceedings Lawrence ^. tvuo , 1Ilruor Arthur Glaus, labor Island sup, • Dr. Xo. 147- James Kelso, labo Lumber Co., Dick Baadc, labor L. H. Cooper, labor D^NO^ "««"«'•«" «»p": R ^p ' Island Lumber ••"No. .... George Lo . ° ing. She will wed Leo Young, of ' s win ton*. Gamer, Wednesday morning at 8 bwintons o clock, at ihe Catholic church' tnere. They will live on his fath-' er.s .'arm two miies west of Gar-! ner. Rita j s t he daughter of Mr ' and Mrs. Alf Studer. i A They are parents, Mr. and •- Giddings. i-rf r ;if-?H Mrs - Eidon Harris and ^o children, of Elmhurst, 111 rs. Mae Harris and Mary, of A!- Auditor's Offic Aleona, Iowa. August 1, 1939. 3:03 o'clock a. m. Board of .Supervisors met with p. ^ • ^ A *-»i^oiy i, County Auditor. by notice be -- Per- and family and All. seconder w - tK ; McDOXALD Chairman. Dr. H.'-K. Concrete " rocee "e,l to Aud- of COUXTT FUND County Auditor -be directed to make J a e? > ro? 0 ,hl ^" h V he St«e C^n^,?. ler for this transfer. Ayes- All Mor°rV, 0n th£ " 6 -^ ai i d SeC ° nded b >' 36,00 Sl.oO „„, ,.33 , v --. y, srnvellng- X' . JiJ" 6 ''!'. KravellnK I g - A ; Emery, eravellng " H. M. Smith, salary ~ Don T. Nugent, salary John D. Pj-oser, salary ~ T Lara Garvlck, labor ..." r> "XT ^ < -* l ' on °ich, plftroT f. is. Peterson, labor 'A. J. Hfldman, patrol W. c. Allen, labor , ? aa ,!3 cl ' of «JS, eKister - nriStiVt 1 J a '" es McEnroe, damages • G. Jergens, gravel T.!! 110 ^"Kner, damaRes Chas. Patterson, sravel""' Win. c. Olthoff. labor "' G ,eo. Hoese, l a b or Al. P. Weaver, labor Concrete Products 398.22 11.88 497.70 2H20 TOWNSHIP TnC °' r '^ 963.70 Buffalo Twp. ., Igurt Twp. 332.36 Cresco Twp ' Fcntoh Twp''' | Garflold Twp. German ,Twp Grant Twp. .;•.;.' (>reenwood Twp. Harrison TWP. . Hebron Twp. . Irvlngton Twp. J.edyard Twp. .. Lincoln Twp Lotta Creek Twp'. LuVerne Twp," Plum Creek Twp Portland Twp. .. Prairie Twp. ... Ramsey Twp, ., Rlverclale Twp Seneca Twp. . . Pherman Twp. .. •SurlnKfleld Twp Swea Twp. L'nlon Twp. 902.90 23S.24 71726 59229 110.00 , 70.40 124.40 104.40 11.40 W P. ......... « l;lttcmore Twp. ... Signed: ?X; B- McDonald, Chaii-mar. Chas. Morris wm Crosgrove — -o., sup. Palmer Co., supT at WedaTnTS-n Giddin.es home, and c»«.— ^ ",n<xc u.^pin.-aiion with thp Ayes: ^|f ptro!1 ^ ^r this transfer* M: Fort •'-•P^ra:^5 <*. 4«S, COG.h; t'S.CK; Xo. 425, J.27; No. •^how f to if. zrt- Saipptd— o??^^'-- 0 "^^ S^'F >-™^r ^ -,-t^ ,, . and her JHH- v?,' £?' »t?' {4fi ' 16: N '" "^ v" 0 !;V 'yh 'i £r&tha ^Gallagher, Des Xo." 474". *ii£oV v< \r ,.. ^mma atuder drove to 1 4TS . «6-»: No. 463 -Vasoa r-ty Wednesday " - ' *" '"' ~~ '~ -•her secured the posi' cooi irjr nurses in th r.'i;ai tiere. " I aU. Mr. £ nd Mrs. Frank Fox, former r^l^ \l ?l?M r an " seconded by :?^;!?ll r .f-i«*»* 5— of! r^^^ h the H6 ^wC e 'S2RSK -'- '-'- '.'--. Xonh lo-ft'a -=?-.'.-lay. Thise vriil '--• :-'. ~-±-.r. Kcssu-b, •"-'.. p..... , , v•^'- •'•:.. - - JL; ,^'ti'.'- Iwf. H'jjuf- from (amp— • "'•'•*;' -•'-;!:-• >:~.vw. --'jz of 14r ^-. M-v V,, Mu.iJi. ^d ^-^, ^-ce:i.v:. ^ : .-^,. ,,^ rj , M , ^-'.^.^•:^ -.,,-;.. Ti-^,v '.,-, Other ire-tier >*e^n. Mr. ~:A M."-. l^:.\ : .\ r: %,, ar.d r.J2 r-.2'i'.£r >;:-.. t r-'.-^ \j. Bfentoi. we:e • . ne.-.av -L M:^£frajx,j;r. '•••-U.'S.'. KbJiar, r] evfr , feri ,j s.'.T. tC V.trjr.t^rjj.y ,,, vivit v , it ''-'••"•-• '-*' s.^d M K -• J-.y^f.: ^ r j\i'jn 'it\ Mate Treasurer, use tax JjJ'y °f Aleona, II, Klipto Ix)ose Leaf P." 10.00 Dr. S.83 S.6G fund 31.29 Dr. H. K j 2.13 5.01 war. re- T> *> ?';L nd % rd "supply" c"6*.7~5Gii—" post : 53.56 71S.60 15.03 James ke'lso, labor Clarence Hentees, la"boi" Concrete Products Corp.: 4.52 City of J. I. J 20.00 J 37.50 941.21 '452.GO :::~. a BC ' - • •"*•> POSI 1 vt "««^, oaiary Kinsey, salary ., —-e Doie, salary Saary — Mrs. Craig Smith sa'ary slon Heiken; c °mm. and "sis: session Chas. •slon S0.74 95.00 62.60 Jim 214.* 173.55' Ooo."^" "uwers, labor" cl?j1 Larao i8Se1 ' labor ----Chris Petersonf abof" nm. Hamiiinn laboi . - 4.73 Co., J. D. .18 5.S3 S 21S.24 271.CO S. Johnson, sun" ' sent Mnfhin,, /-._--•— 25.13 42.91 24.07 J. H. slon and e exf exams .'.","_"""' * th Braue Mgona I Printing I Rock 212.65' sup. 92.66 Dr. Tri X~o~~i3i~— i T Kelso, -;fSlsSs£ oo> ^' Godden, patrol ' -J- P ra nk Hanson, labor""" J. Palmer, labor •orge ^. Palmpr i n r,-T. Palmer, 53.49 46.22 1.91 1343.67 81.30 2.70 10.32 6.50 10.97 sup. O., • 1-r-a.t^r that i •tr*. John Kiliian. i _ j, .. • -»**« 4.jij|j«j IJL 0u>/, - --i -n..™.. ^v,n, ta •'PProv., JnW n .-Kr^^~ c g-~ K sup. I Tl"-' "" IV -'">IUt SUP. {?;,..^:... H ?J' fc >' & Sons, sun.";: 6.00 3.50 I 33.30 to vik-it bin par- ' vv,- H: ,5f!.7f x "/•'•' ''^''"Tng at the : C- ,,.^.'. ne ,': °. f ••"^•'tiop. is. Township i. - r — J'ilatt Pa • • " 8U ' ) - 38 °5 Dr Mev • ""=u. lorri* & r,<; g tco ndtd by Koch Brmherf 'tun 8 C °" SUp ' 15 ' 1 " :i! Jo »ephlne' ScHbner"nr,—,"----- Pinion for relocation A. H, Borcharft sup 3 ' M ?! rs ' Joh " Elle? ca?e '" ff " ;,.?<.;. "^!^.. & >"s: Sur,:--- 14 :S Hn?? 11 ^^?.^?'. "0^,7-^^- 24.09 15.00 93.00 S9.S5 143.55 S7.50 87.50 87.50 97.50 is. , .,. ,, ' •--.-••'••"•• «. Jownsnip .:.:•"•''*• -'• "* !>&**<) on file and a ev iv r* xtr.t u > Hishway C«inmiKsior7 For Personal Needs $SO and Up When extra cash, is needed for seasonal expenses—let us. arrange a Personal loan for you through one of our many credit plans. SmaU monthly payments are arranged out of; income with ample time to repay. We offer • gpeclal'loan p]» fori . . unnen A«<«» refluiced—paymeitg re- dvcei . °ur friendly service In available to both married and single per? 0 °i 8 ' We have helped many with their financial problems through our modernized Joan service, .Let •l Help yon, >. J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa ., General Insurance Agency, WE STILL 8111 ' ' r "ii ENTITLED I|| THEFi The proof of the [ ways in the i Twenty years to i mobile insurance b'| an tee of perfecWi ice. .; Pull coverage - u and non assessaUil insurance. Why nofknowywlj Insure ttt| ALGOM) AG! C,B,U1 ^ J .^ ss^LSsrsS^. --: as General T?SeVrhS' ^t.2" p ' »«•<» Rate Groc.,'prov^ -—- 5.00 1 !«« c,y?e ^dfr? 6 ^^'-":::: as fol ive«. riday for hjs will also visit in Illinois. in««,K~?r """ -Mr a n[1 Mri . Albej , Reno and ' ^K'r^ Mt then- daughter, Mrs. William Ly- home 1" St £,„!» « ons. of Chicago, returned last a visit in wi«r^, . ' M ^", followln S Tuesday night after a week W ?th Grain and daSr ^ IOWa ' Mrs ' relatives at Mlnot, N. D. They vis- for a longer * ' J ° a " ited some time with Mrs. Elliot Mrs Reno, of Colfax Sister Illumfnati of August,' That on for the purpose of a r Lou _ Mr8 - ADn Kuaz ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaia and -ii « Don White, night. tor . Thereupon tire Board Investig SiaU°n?V ha - t thfe notlce <> f time Plac* of hearing- has, according law and as directed by on y De ." > ' in the he^cllTaSSH^S!! Board' and the 90.30 la.eo 90.30 130.90 98.40 94.S5 70.SO 6H.70 36.30 S6.2C vv---.? Delia' \veuer.' J.°?"^«. refcs -^ A- H. Moulds, maiih. Hei—* .A. 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