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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona> Iowa, Feb 22,1934 Ledyard Plays Classy Basketball; Wins North Kossuth Title LONE ROCK GOES DOWN FIGHTING IN PLAYOFF, 50-23 Loss of 4 Regulars on Fouls Weakens Losers; Ledyard Shooting Remarkable Although the Ledyard school basketball team has noly one senior playing In the lineup, It displayed a veteran brand of basketball, last Thursday evening on the Algona court, to defeat Lone Rock's hard-playing quint, 50 to 23, and thus win the North Kossuth conference championship. The two teams were tied at the end of the regular playing schedule and this enm.? was the />la" off. It is not derogatory to Lone Rock's scrappy team to say that Ledyard held the upper hand throughout. It was true. Ledyard had a team that moved a trifle faster, and a great deal more accurate near the hoop. And as the game's dose drew near, Lone Rock was handicapped by the fact that four of Its regular, due to overzealous work for their school, were forced to leave the floor with four personal fouls. Thompson, flashy forward, and Lloyd stellar center, were the two big cogs In the Ledyard scoring. Ledyard was ahead, 26 to 16, at the half, and early in the third quarter took a greater lead which almost insured the game. Mo ni- ton, Warner and Brandt completed the strong Ledyard lineup. The lesson In enthusiasm displayed by the rooters for both teams was SCHOOL NOTES (By Dorlys Knndsen) The Normal Training girls furnished the entertainment for the assembly program last Friday. Their program consisted of two parts, one was a series of gymnastic rftunte representing the proper marks of punctuation, and the other was a humorous one-act play. » • • Miss Kreikenbaum is already looking forward to the coming spring commercial contests. She is holding various contests In both shorthand and typing. • • • It gives some of us great pleasure to witness the present Civics class getting some of the same medicine which we received last year. A short test Is given and those who do not get above a certain grade are compelled to take it ovrr Tt is nimnrprl tr>«f. (vrtfltn people have already been present at two after school sessions. • • • Severn! students entered manuscripts in the annual Cornell Creative writing contest. Four prizes are given: two for poetry and two for prose. Among those who entered material are Dorothy Fraser, Ada Flene, Esther Pratt and Nettle Grubb. The boys are getting all warmed up for the county basketball tournament to be held here the 22, 23, 24 and 28. It costs 35c and 20, so we want a lot of people out to see the games. Tell-Tale Tidbits Mr. Mercer likes to tell stories. Mi?s Kreikenbaum hates to dust. Bob McCuIIougTi thinks there are thirty days In February. Vcrner Sands sent a valentine . Charles Stevenson received one . Johnny Schiltz has an adorable crimson icar. r . Miss Renaud doos not like chewing gum. Bill Hilton's nickname Is "Cream Puff." BURT WRESTLERS FIFTH IN DISTRICT Lakota Hospital Plan Disrupted by Death Lnkota: Plans for a hospital here | were suddenly overturned, when word was received Saturday morning that IK -a~i-t.~—« **• Cameroon of Chicago had passed J.O JrOlnws, JjUVeme away suddenly. Dr. Camerson was to arrive here in a few days and in company with Dr. Erwin "Zelgler of Kl- more, was to start * hospital about March first in the Mrs, Mwrr Rwtnau residence. Dr. camwrwm* t»mMar» had been shipped to Lakot* l»s» wt*k in preparation for his writ*! Tallies 3; Stewart, Carter and Lichty Star The Burt high school wrestling team scored 15 points In the district wrestling tournament held at Clarion, last Saturday. Th" LuVerne te«m scored 3 points. Engle Grove won the tournament with 44 points. Mason City was (second with 30, Clarion was third with 22. Burt scored 15 and LnVerne trailed with S. The smaller schools made an showing, and presented individual to hold an K«si««r food and bake sate the Saturday before Batter Sunday, which ihls year comes on April 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Aftolph Kllian returned the middle of last week from their wedding; trip trfateh took: them to cities in Ohio, Illinois, and Wseonsin. They Whittemore Girls Team Wins Co. Championship worth learning. Lone Rock fans did not lose hope; their cheers were as loud as any right up until the final whistle. A crowd of about SCO witnessed the contest, which was the third meeting of the two teams this season. Gross and Leeper for Lone Rock, were two of the mainstays of their team, while all of the boys gave an excellent exhibition of hard playing and sportsmanship. Long, Priebe and Marlow were other Lone Rock stars. Lone Rock (23) Down Wesley in Final, 33 t< 17; LuVerne, Lone Eock in Semi-Finals Ledyard: The Kossuth county girls Fg Ft Pf .124 Long, f Gross, f 2 i Priebe, c 1 l Leeper. g 3 1 Marlow. g 1 2 Blamhard 0 0 Ackevron 0 0 Earinic 0 0 0 0 Ledyard (50) 8 7 20 Fg Ft Pf Thompson, f 6 8 Warner, f 5 0 Lloyd, c 5 0 Moulton, g 1 i Brandt, g 2 3 10 12 11 A Charlie Horse— After All These Years There Is an old sayinpr that kids will be kids and armed with this saying .his friends around town have been kidding Jim Duryea ol Barry's Recreation Parlor. Evidently forgetting his age and the fact that he has had little experience along that line to his credit, Jim bowled last Thursday evening. Result^a Charlie horse that almost laid him flat. He has been unable to work since. Meanwhile Jim's friends have been havig a lot of fun at his expense. Free Tube—With every G. &. J. Stalwart Tire, even at reduced prices during Gamble's Big February Sale. 30x- 3Vi Reg. with tube, 4.95. 4.40-21, $6.39. 8 Peterson Studio Alffona, Iowa We Photograph Anything at Anytime Wi-drliilKS, Graduations. Confir- :iwMmi and Habits our specialty. Polders "Ad paper surfaces of the ni'Wrst .styles and lowest piice.s. Better I'ictuiv.s. I/-.,, M> ivy. Will F. Brown Manager. basketball tournament waa held at Led yard Friday evening and Saturday. In the opening game Lone Rock defeatet Ledyard 7 to 20. The Ledyard team was crippled through the loss of both regular forwards and Illness. The game was slow and Lone Rock used a very good underpass. Lakota lost the second game to Wesley 16 to 30. This is the first year Lakota has had a girls' team but they gave Wesley a good battle. Their forwards had an eye for the basket, that kept their opponents' guards busy. The closest game of the evening was played between Seneca and LuVerne The team work of the LuVerne squad was outstanding, as in previous years Their guards kept the rangy Seneca forwards from any close shots, and Seneca found it hard to locate the loop. As a result they were defeated 10 to 17 In the .semi flnais Lone Rock lost to We-sley 17 to 32. Whittemore. who had dra^v-n a bye in the first round, took LnVrrno in a thriUor for tlioir firr.t victory. The game was a hard-fought battle between two fast, well trained teams. Whittemore had the edge on size. When tlie gun went off the .score was Hod. 18 to 18. In Die overtime prrinci Whittemore registered the win- nine; field peal. Saturday cvenlnjj. Wesley and Whittemore met in the finals. " Whittcmoro held a lead throughout the game, although Wesley was never tar behind, until the last two minutes of play. There was much fouling. Wesley put who starred last vrrvr. and who has been winning nil of hi.<matches this season, again was an out- SWT* C1;v THEATRE CHATTER up a very Rood against the more experienced Wliitlemore The final score was 17 to 33. Presentation of the trophy was made by Supt. Laurltzen, president of the County Schoolmasters' club. Wesley was given a basketball . Supt. O. Moore of Sulphur Springs officiated. Yes, They Have A Leather Medal Due A medal should be given, in our humble estimation, to three local boys and their fair companions for their perserveranco in the face of adversities, their patience—or what have you? The above mentioned parties were en- route to Fort Dodge .Sunday evening to enjoy the dance there. A wheel came off the car when there were only a short distance away but as no one was hurt, they returned to Algona and, getting the car of another boy in the group, started out once again. This time they fared no better and were forced to chanpc a tire beforu arriving at their destination. Nor does that end this tale of misery. Two more Hat tiros wrre experienced before reaching their home in the very, very wee .'mall hours of tli morning. Again «-e .say Wanted a medal. % SEXTON NEWS g O OOO OO O OOO:OO 0 OC'OO OO 0 v O O OC' O Mr.-;. I..iurn Frai.i-i., and .-.on. Morr!:-. \isiti-d 'ihur.-iday aiiernoon at Corwilh when; t:;f-v vi.-.-Utd with relatives. Mrs. Kurilh Wise and dauk'httr, Nell weiv Saturday visitors at tho home 1,1 llnir (!,iiii:li'<-r iiiul Mrs. Artli 11'.I',;.-!- ami lamilv mar TiUmka. OOO.OJO.OO.O.OOO' '•v O Ov O O O GO OOO O O -J< SKETBALL County Tournament At Algona High School Gym Feb. 22 - 23 - 24 - 26 \Vitl. tit.' eams LuV rrur Class "B" U i-ftlcy, Lakota, Batii-i-ui't, 'tv, Thunka. FiMiton, Lnlva Class "A" id Swea t'litv. Seneca. "Carolina", the Fox hit, starring Ja- ict Gaynor and Lionel Barrymore, will »e at the Call Theatre today and Friday, and again brings the sweet type cf old-fashioned picture that best suits Janet. Naturally, thare is a love theme hroughout, and also an interesting -heme In the background relative to he state of Carolina and the old South Stepin Fechit, negro actor, also has a "rominent part. • • • The ceremonial dance of the Sionx ndian.s has become a dance hit on x)th the cast and west coasts, and it II got started when "Massacre," the icture showing Saturday at the Call /as released. Richard Barthrlmcss lays tho loading role of a civilized avaq-e who ROCS on the warpath to ve his people from the passions of a odern world. A white girl and an ndian girl enter into the love angle, 1th tho Indian pirl, of course, winning the love of Joe Thunder Hor^e. The Indian reservation is supposed to be in* which Rives it the Iowa aiiRle. as the Drs Mcinus Register would say. * * f Paramounl's "Boler^o," one of the hot- I test of the new releases, is coming here Sunday and Mondnt, GtorgV: Raft and Carole Lombard alre the stars, with Sally Rand presenting her fan dance. standing performer. He won a rrf- eree's decision in the 105 pound class to take the district title. Strever of Clarion. Several other schools did not score any points Other final results as they effected the Burt and LuVerne entries wrw a* follow: Final 95 Ib. class—Wright (Mason City), threw Lichty (LuVerneV. with a double bar arm in 4:08. 105 Ib. class—Stewart (Burt. won a referee's decision from F. Strever (Clarion). Overtime. 145 Ib. class—Carter (Burt). won a decision from Mott (Mason City). ComolaUon 85 Ib. class—Read (Burt) won a decision from Smith (LuVerne). 95 Ib. class—T. Prehn (Eagle Grove threw Owens (Burt) with an arm lock and body scissors in 4:45. Prehn defeated Ltchty (LuVerne). 115 Ib. class—Matter (LuVerne) lost to Martin (Mason City). 155 Ib. class—Pincknay (Forest Cityi defeated Winkle (Burt). entertained Sunday njRht at the horn* of Mr, and Mrs. K. B. Hopkins wherf Mr. Klllan made hta home while us truckdriver tat the K. St H. Oil oonvMny. L. L, I/mm returned home Friday from D*s Motnfs where be together with John stnbn of Buffalo Center. Mr. Wttwn of Wwt Bend and Vtnrtl C*»ewr of Ateona, attendee) the Town State- hardware eanwntlon. Mm. M. T, Rvt> fit H*nH*ntown was A house at the Leaso home the- (rrester «F KH week. Mr, and; Mr*. Henry Ooet* and her Matt fsrdmarm returned Sun- »v«r»*ns from t^mHIe where Frl- marm>te ther ifft with Mr. Krd- •. B, H. Krdmann. Orand- enro? hwn DwrsrUJe on to ** here tir» attend the wed- imuxM»ni;htf»r. KUwbeth Fred Johnson of Des Moin& and *r» brothers, R. V. Goslin of Clarion, H. Ii. Ooslin of Sioux City, M. L. Goslin of Charles City, B. L. Ooslin of Port Dowe and C. W. Ooslin of Wesley, GENUINE Twenty Years Ago Neivs Several new stars ar Tha plot confers in r. then again during tl ally dies after comp dance once more. ' : also Introduced, re-war Paris, and e war. Raft fln- eting his famous In "The Last nourW-up," a good, old- fashioned western again appears, based on Zane Grey's story of "The Border Legion." Monte Blue and Randolph Scott play leads. The old cowboy song which lately became so popular la also worked into the themo Next Tuesday. Bank Night, at the Call. • • • Three box office smashes billed here for the near future, according to N. C Rice, manager of the Call Theatre arc "Fashions of 1934" for March 1 and 2 "It Happened One Night" with Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable for March 4 and 5 and "Good Dame" with Sylvia Sidney and Fredrlc March for March G. Watch for them; they're all good. • * • "I've Got Your Number" which was the .Sunday and Monday feature the week, was ore of the snappiest and mo.-.t Interesting pictures, without the foundation of any plot, that ha.-; :\p, pu.-recl litre for some time. The pic- tun; rambled on to a conclusion, ami liept, everyone !au:;hiii({ and inu-iv ted. T;ie telephone company .scenes, accord- in;? to Kverelt Handier, local phone niiiniiKcr, were, authentic, and we can now .'<•••• romance in the busiiw.sK where none bloomed be/^re. Annual Lone Rock Creamery Meet Held Tin iirinual creamery esday of Til- (!in-<--',r; are A. If. Hanna. Cha.s. !>-r!<-. Alb'-rL Jiiitcinr,; on and John .''.man. Mr. Nyinaii L-> a).-.o MiiVary. iu'ii rm:iki r Wat.,MI Khick \vu, ivhin <l. Th',- annual r» ;;'>rt . l ho,', <-rl u 1DOUO Roof Fire Extinguished A roof fire, ab'ut 10 a. m. Monday, wa; fcxtin',M:i.,hfd bv ihe Alr-ona dt- parinmt at the Pra.nk fitebriu home ,n North Mi/HK.-.vifa .street. The roof was dama^'-d to soini- '.-xl<-n'. hut tH, fir-men .succeeded in vi-v,\r.i< at the iiain f '> before they could ri:d,i),;'r r 'h-- f-ntirc houM--, which L ,i t'!.t:i<,,- . rru;;- ture. (Taken frcm the files of the- Dos Moincs-Rcpublicnn for the week of Fob. 23. 1914) C. E. CSubb had befn a business visitor at Sioux City the week before. C. C. Wright had been laid up during the past month with a. bad aitac': of rheumatism. L. A. Miner and family had visited his brother at Walnut Grove, Minne- •sota, the previous week. County Attorney Van Ne-ss had dislocated his shoulder by falling on tne walk made allppery by the mist. Petty thlevfs had entered Anderson Brothers' meat market the week before and had taken six dollars in change from the cash register drawer. Plans were being made by Max Mesing for a new bus line. He had purchased a large eighteen passenger Federal bus and expected It in April. Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard had entertained thirty friends at a dinner tlic Thursday evening before at thp Falken- hainer home. The Algona town team and tho Swea City Athletic club team had met in a basketball game l:he previous Tuesday and Swea City had been beat with a score of 30 to 12. This had been on.? of the roughest games ever pl&ycd here. The Knights of Columbus had initiated forty-eight at a meeting the Sunday before. Special trains had run from Bancroft and Eagle Grove. A large delegation was present from each of these places and two hundred fifteen partook of the banquet served. The Iowa Buttcrmakcrs Association had been in so.viion the previous week :it Fort. Dodpe and Kossuth county had been well represented. In the gathered cream class W. H. Anderson of Al- iinr.a hnd .scored 94. it. E. Commons of Hurt, 94.5 ;md N. O. Nelson of Swea City, 91".5. H. E. Clemniojifi, then but- t.-rmaki'r at Hurt, had brcn elected a;; p.'iMdfnt til the os.-.ociation. A intion wits made to H.V: a fat btandjird for Auwrican butt<r in.stcud of the moisture .standard that, had b<.-en in i:.-.« at that tim". One of th(- entertaining local !ii!c-nt play.-, iij) to that time Inui been put nn the previous wt-.k. The pro'. net ion, "Tiu- New Minuter' 'iuici tee.n 1> iisori-d by the Congri-t/ation-i) Lad'.i-V Aid. lien Ilfct.-d, C. I!. H'.itchins and Prof. L. T. Benjamin liad made :i 'ul in th'ir vocal numbfr.-;. L. J. Dick- H:.»').'i a, Prof. 'I'rip.'iote wa.s "ifiimi'.ab!".' .;.i cvi-r." and Thuo. ChrLscJiilles with hi:i panU rolled up, ri-d t,ock.-; and or.t- tuntii mi.viirifr. had made a hit as the of the evening. Of the lad!«, Mildred Cart, r had been credited with \!ni star [iart and hvr ridiculous love making with Theo. Cr.ri.schille3 had brought down the hoiibC-. A net profit. f,f .'.omethina over $200 had bten made. home c^ruisps. Mr. »)><! rrn vt-rrp sister. Mrs. Walter Saturdav. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Win- cert was rrnorted to be sfriouslv il Monday morning suffering with a sieire of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain and their daughter, Sharon Lee. spent Sunday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed HUdmann. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus and Family drove to Manjy Sunday where they were guests at the home of his brother, Jacob Kraus. Miss Nedra Wolf was taken to the hospital at Algona Tuesday where it was found that her broken limb had to be rebroken and reset. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward are re- lolcin* over the birth of a baby boy born to them. Saturday morning. Be has been named Walter Junior. A large group of neighbors and friends tendered a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wingert and family at the Wingert home Sunday night. Mrs. McNulty entertained the members of the Methodist Ladies' Aid of Sexton at her home Thursday afternoon with 26 members and friends present. Jorcen Skow celebrated one of his birthday anniversaries Stmday and was the honored puc.=t at a dinner given in his honor at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ole Flom. Friends and relatives here of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Looft arc rejoicing with thrrn in the birth of n babv son born to them Saturday morning at the Bancroft hospital. Members of the Sunday School class of which MLss Alice Hill was the teach- r rn loved a party nt the homo of Mlsr; Ida YounR Wednesday afternoon after school hours. The Lenten season is being especially ob'crved at t:ie St. Joseph's Catholic church with the saving of the Ro?arv aiyl Benediction at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The boys' basket-ball team lost to St. John's at Bancroft Tuesday. February 13, l)v a score of 29 to 15. On the same evening the girls plaved at Rake and won bv a score of 42 to 23. ML-3 Evelyn Havncs, student nurse at the Mercy hospital In Mason City, arrived home a week ago to spend ten davs or longer at the home of her parents, Mr. n.nd Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Miss Anna Hildmnn who spent three wcelcs In the hospital at Mason City, has returned to her home here following an operation two weeks ago for the relief of a serious ailment of her 'chti eve. Miss Laura Hanson who underwent an operation for the removal of her ao- pendix at the Mercy hospital two weeks returned to Wesley Sunday to recuperate at the home of hor mother, Mrs. N. E. Hansen. Mavor John Hutchison. Emil Wester and Ammon Lease of the town council attended a meeting at Algona Sunday aiternoon for the discussion of the continuance of C. W. A. workers in the towns of Kossuth county. Mrs. Anthony Johnson, president of the local American Legion Auxiliary, went to Des Moines early one mornlns in company with a group of other unit otliccr.s of the county, where they attended the annual mid-winter convention. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mr. and Mr.s. Hubert Kain and daughter drove to Gilbert Sunday, where they veiled her father. Freci Wirth. From there they drove on to Ames to visit U.eir daughter., Mrs. Herman Livens and family. Mrs. Eniist Hutchison perpetrated a ••/'.av niuht honoring :oiv Jolnioon. as well when .she invited a to c..imu in for the tl. m cvl'rbrute their *uva Mrs, C. W. Ooslin roont end in Clarion where Mon- rts they attended the funer- on? of his feroMirrs* Clifford Qos- Irtv «S. who dh»d Thursday tn n hosi in RitlnbuMr, Tpxns, where he was wending the winter, Bcsldfvs his wife and mother, hp leaves one sister, Mrs. H. N. Kruse Iowa State Bank Building. Insurance Loans Surety Bonds Ask Us About Our Aetna Accident Tickets "Insure In Sure Insurance- Phone 125. PBERUESS COAJti cannot be imitated. There Is no other coal that you can buy in small conven.- lent sizes that will give you an old-time "big lump" fire with none of the Inconvenience of large ' chunks. So when you are ordering PEERLESS, be sure to get the genuine. It is Bold Only by Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 258. GET UP NIGHTS? MAKE THIS 25o TEST Lax the bladder as you would tfca bOw.els. Drive out impurities, and excessive acids that cause irritation,- burning and frequent desire. Get a 38 cent box of BU-KBTS, the bladder laxative, from any drug store. After four day* If you are not relieved of getting op nights go back and get your money. BTJ-KETS, containing bucbu learee, Juniper oil, etcs., acts pleasantly am effectively on the bladder similar t» castor oil on the bowels. If you at* bothered with backache, or leg pains caused from bladder disorders you art x>und to feel better after thia clrann ing and you get your regular steep. B. W. Lusbr, Druggist, Algona. and W. J. Denton, Druggist, Tlfeonka, say Btik- ets is a best seller. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW . J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LA.W Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk. ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAK ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA T ilnoi '.;:i.'l DOAN NEWS I Mr. and MJS. Walter Ward are art-nts of a new ton. llu WEST BEND NEWS Mrs. Fred Girrts and Jo.*:over Suno!' Mr. and Mr;. Eirl Dixon uiui their !j-.;'-.;.er, Ruth of Dyiart ipent Sunday of Mr. and Mr.-,. C. C. a 8easoii Tickets: Adults .f'l.-!5: studtMitiS 75 Siiigk- a(liiii>.-iuii>: Adults ;!">.•; .siiidt-iit.s 20c. ^^ the hoiin; .. . Miller. The I>ixon family lr,<.-d hc-rc- few years ago. Mr. and Mra. Robert Day and Mrs. John Day drove to Port Dodi^ Friday Lo .see John f>ay wiu» L, in a hospital. tiaving been (jjy-ratt-d on for maotoid. Thi-y lound him improving Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Whltford drove- to Bioujc Oity Friday to sec their 'i'nt.-liua. who is in the hospital. Word bt-t-u recrivcd slit- was cjxvatc-d on Saturday for gol- Miii Wlntford ho. Uttnd- Mr. visited a ..v. Mrs. Dal.j Strulhtrs and children are • tick Ikt. Dale is recovering buck injury rec-.ived two weeks Lambert. VenleiclUT visited his par•. nti ovtr Sunday. He u employed bv tin; Juim IXere Company at Maioa City. '1'he George Green family is movinw onto the Iinmt-rfall olilce near St. iJi-nedict this week. Last week their Hciuhbors 'had a farewell party ou them. Last Saturday evening twelve men tnu-rtainud Will Martintk at a party. Five liundred was played and oiiU--r soup was strved. Mri. Mar- liiR-k was viiitiiiK at Gary, Soutli Dakota, over the week end. She accom- panud Mrd. Henry Bailey, Glady* :;.'id Kutli Miller. Puetz surpri. ' her I a.s h'-r . i- : L'lOUl) ( , 11 ! t-v<-niiiu (>:i birthday ... i Tw!-!', - hi,-n.i)( r., aticnek'd the ular uu.-Lt\nu of the American Auxiliary Thursday njfiht with Mrs. Marv Gibson aj A radio party will be held at the F. A. Bonnstetfir home [iu.> Fi'iiliiy afterjKjon wheu car- l>i-t ra;:s will be stwed. Mi;., Allc: Hill of Hiibbard who has D! t.-n makiii" Jifr home li^re with )ier -stcD-brotiic-r. K. it. IDitlty, .since Jillv. Icfl aundav lor Charter Oak win.-re she has a c; canted a DOiition as iiuwb reporltr oa the Charter Oak 'i':me;. tdited bv her brother-in-law. A Koodly number of Ladiu;,' Aid mem- r;fis atUnded Uie business mcc- L in« held :»t. the home of Mrs. Arlo Dawson on Wednesday altemoon. It wa.s decided DRINK~DEUCIOUS YERBAVIDA Instead of Tea or Coffee Anyone suffering Jtom headache* Nervousness, Loss of Sleep, or Stomach Trouble, should try drinking de- Mciow Yerbavida n place of tea and coSee. This remarkable beverage, known as the "Plant of Life," neut- arllzes the poisonous acids in the body, lelaxes the nervous system, corrects stomach distress and brings about sound, refreshing sleep, in a short time you will notice a great improvement in your health, your nerves will be steady, and you will be full of pep and vitality. Yerbavida is inexpensive, too. A large package, enough for 240 cups can be obtained for only $1.00. If your local druggist cannot supply you. accept no ^substitute but send $1.00 direct to Yerbavida Sales Co., 612 Southwest BWg., Los Angeles, California Or a 20-page book "The Story of Yerb- avida" free on request. For Stile a.t Lusby'a Drug Store. W. B. QUARTON II. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW OBice over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby BIdg. Phone 251 E. J. VAN NESS Sc G. W. 8TILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SIIUMWAY tc KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Kratise Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Building, phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA JE. C. McMAIION ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 f. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank BIdg. Office Phone 460-J Res 315 ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postoffice Phone 65 J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON A LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rcxali drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 3*« ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office John Galbraith BIdg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Ccteopathlc Physician and Surge*n General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence ttU ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN Si SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—(Res. 366; Office 60f MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN Sc SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg Phones—Office 197 Re«. Ml DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocatne used for extraction Located over ohristeiwen Store Phone: Business 186, Residence, 41» ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkoi Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R Algona., Iowa L. M. MERRITT Mortician and Funeral DirecUr Phone 11 Algona, Iowa SETTING THE STYLE PACE With Bora's Custom Made Suits and Topcoats There's no mistaking it— when it comes to downright unxoeiied style and value, these 3orn made-to-measure suits and topcoats can't be beat Fashioned out of splendid domestic and imported fabrics in every wanted model and style, they have that " See the new samples that we have just received. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Algona, Iowa.

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