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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3, 1934 LAST ROUND-UP FENTON SENIOR BANQUET THEME Gladys Stoeber is Toastmistress; Many Take Part in Program Penton: The F-rnton high .school yon- icr-junior banquet was held Friday evening at the Hotel Fairmont. Their theme was "The Last Round Up." Gladys Stoeber was toastmistress and others taking pan were Virginia Frank. Clarence Yager. Lola Warner. Marie Schallin. Hazel Weisbrod, Oscar Berkland. Edwin Leudtke. Verona Radig. Lloyd Cornelius. M. E. Otterness. E. D. White, I/eo Kramer, Ardis Voigt, Mathilda Ruhkne, Ruby Hantleman. and August Meyer. The group was entertained at the Strand theater after the banquet. Treated for UTrers Mrs. Henry Warner. Sr. was taken <o a hospital in Esthervillo last week Wednesday, where she is being treated for ulcers of the eyes. One- eye has become blind. It is horned th" sieht of the other may be saved. She is also being treated for diabetes. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse O'Keef-? and Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner of Ledyard accompanied O. S. and Henry Warner, Jr.. of this place to Estherville. Sunday to visit her. Honored at Shower Lucille Zumach was honored at miscellaneous pre-nuptial showers a;, the home of Mrs. George Jentz on Tuesday afternoon. Five hundred was played at four tables. Mrs. Amos Finnestnd won high honors. On Sunday evening a group of forty relatives were entertained in her honor at the parental August Zumach home. Bunco was the diversion of the evening. Paul Wolford won high and Wilfred Radig the low for the men. Mrs. Hugo Mlttag won high and Selma Meyer the low for the women. Refreshments wrrr served after tho game?. F. J. Weisbrcd received the consolation prize. Pauline Osborn and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod were other guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe attended the funeral services of Eugene Schoonhoven at Whittemore last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Schoonhoven left the same evening with the remains for Elgin. Illinois. Mrs. Schoonhoven is a sister of Mrs. Charles Lnuritzen. a former Fenton resident. Tho Hook and Needle club held a farewell party for Mrs. E. D. White, nt the R. N. Kyle home last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Kyle left Saturday for Rock Falls. Mr. White Is principal and coach in the public school and will remain with the W. R. Wolfes until the close of the school year. May 25th. Big Meeting for Burt PTA May 10 Hurt: An exhibit of various kinds of hand work will feature the last meeting of the year. The program for tlv evening includes a talk by Miss Hazel Thomas of Belmond. who is a candidate for the office of state superintendent of public instruction, a talk on "Respect for Law" by F. E. Rubey. music by the junior high string quartet find a cello solo by Betty Walker The meeting win close with an election of offic- . rs for the next schcol year. TITONKA NEWS thodist Oscar Warner had a small tumor removed from his eye last week Monday. Mrs. William K. Ferguson and son. John and a Mr.s. Akre and children of Algona were entertained at the W. J. Weisbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and son. Lyle, Mrs. Kate Newel and Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt spent Sunday at the LeRoy Newel home in Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchiwon and nephew, Archie Hutchlnson of Wesley and Maybelle Lawler and Irene Newel of Belmond visited Sunday at the J. F. Newel home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theeslicld and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hlg- ley, Sr., were entertained at the Harv Higley, Jr., and Mark Simmons homes in Fairmont Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace and daughter of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and daughter were dinner guests at the parental John Wallace home Sunday evening. Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained at quilting last week. On Tuesday those present were Mesdamcs J. F. Newel, Emma G'urry. F. J. Weisbrod and F. H. Eigler. On Wednesday her guests were the members of her sewing circle. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch wa.s hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. H. H. Wlddel won high honors. Mr.s. G. B. Johnson, the travel prize and Mrs. YourWants taken care of at once. Oiir stock of Heating, Plumbing. Sheet Metal materU.1 and Pumps make this possible. Holtzbauer Tin Shop i OO'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Edward Boyken ntt-'ndine college at Decorah was home over the week end. George Howe of Estherville. former conductor on the Rock Island run out of Titonka was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt and son. Ernest, of Buffalo O:nter were caller.' at the Hazel Nauman home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Howard French with Jean and Russell were guests Sunday of Mrs. French's brother. Mr and Mrs Fielding Perry of Manson. lown. Mr. and Mrs. c. V. Pendergaft. Mrs. Jay Endlong and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen DeVries attended a Christian Science 1-cture a; Estherville Friday evening. Rfv. and Mrs. Fremont Faul were in Mason City Tuesday. Mrs. Faul has been having her gums treated since an impacted widom tooth wa- 5 extracted. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner and sons. Raymond and Lewis. Jr.. and daughter. Lets, attended the county championship baseball game held at Bancroft Wednesday afternoon. Miss Hazel Budlong of Hampton spen; the week end with h-rr mother. Mrs. J. J Budlong. Mi?s Edith Budlong also of Hampton, came Saturday evening and returned with her sister. Hazel Sunday. Mis-s Marie Buffington has been employed to teach at Sheffield, Iowa, next year. This promotion speaks well for Miss Burlington becau.se this is a large school and her contract will call for a larger salary. Mrs. Sam J. Olson of Forest City, and daughter. Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Palmer. Iowa, Miss Helen Olson of Charles City, and Miss Evelyn Olson of Forest City, visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. John Wilson, th« former's daughter. Vance Reibsampii arrived Wednesday morning from Washington. D. C.. to attend his mother's fuivral. Mrs. Chas, Relbsamen which was held Thursday afternoon. Vance left Washington at five o'clock Tuesday and arrived here at eight-flfU-en th/- following morning Mr. and Mrs. L. C. HHfner and daughter. Lois, drove to Des Moines on Sunday to take their son, Raymond, who ha.s been visiting at home the past week, back to his studies. Mls-s Allerv 1 Johnfon. who spent the week at her homo there, returned to Titonka with them. Mis.s Audrey Vaughn Fisher and her cousin. MIS.S Joan Boyken of Woden, celebrated their birthdays at the former's home Tuesday evening. MLs-s Audrey's birthdav cake livid four and Miss Joan's had five. Both ynuni? ladies realize that before .so very long their net ambition to go to .school wil' b" at hand. fancy. and. Mr okee. 117 3. Dodge Phone 83 IRRY HAUPTLY, 36, PASSES SUDDENLY AT WESLEY; FUNERAL HELD ON MONDAY rents and Five Brothers Survive; Community is Shocked >sley: Harry Joseph Hauptly. 36. has b/ren a sufferer with heart dl- and dropsy for a number of years •d nwav suddenly Thursday morn- t 11:30 o'clock at the home of his its. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hauptly. nd been ailing more or less for the two months but his death at this was unlocked for and proved a fe to tho whole family. nrral service? weiv held at the Me- ist church Sunday afternoon at nntl were in charge of Rev. I. C. ultv. The church was filled to ov- wiiig with friends and relatives came to pay their last respects. •as bom on March 12. 1896. in Han- county where he lived with hU its until they moved to town a few ? ago. He was a constant corn- on to his mother and father and to his loss will be keenly felt. Be- his narents. hr leaves five bro.. Edgar. Frank. William and Elmer f Weslev and John of Cherokee. thrty sisters. Mrs. Amanda Nelson Mrs. Laura Eden of Wesley, and Emma Steenlaee. A brother. Ed- t>r eroded him In death six years at Paulina, as did a sister in in- V. 11 bearers included former friends neiRhb-rs. namely: Everett Weil- Leo Malecek. Herman Tjark*. PS Tjarks. Julius Funnemark and n Hillinetv Burial took place in Evergreen cemetery. p bereaved fnmilv have the sincere aathy of their manv friends in the of one 50 dear to them. i:nds and relatives from n distance attended the funeral inrludrri Mr. Mrs. August Knieser. Mrs. Anna . and Mrs. Basil Pickinpaugh. all of lev. Charles Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Schrader of Walnut. Illinois. Mr. Mrs. Arthur Olson of Kanawha. and Mrs. Harold Lemke. Violet 'r and Will Miller of Britt. Mr. and John Hauptly and Phyllis of ClKr- Former Resident Dies ord was received here Sundav from f>ort. Illinois, announcing the death .eorer Spangler. Sr.. 86. who had at his home there earlier in the Funeral services were held on nesday morning at Fiveport, He 1s vcd bv 8 children, two sons living nwa. Georce at Everlv and Frank ^ake View. lev made their home in WeMey 1904 to 1914 coming from Ackley. late Mrs. Soangler who died two s ago this month was a sister of an Studer of Wesley. also spent some time visiting with her parents, the Elam Johnsons at Washington, Iowa. The Study club met at the home of Mrs. Clara Erdmann Thursday afternoon. Officers for the ensuing year were elected with the retiring officers all holding over. They are: Mrs. Erdmann. president: Mrs. Marie Btelch, vice president; Mrs. Arlo Dawson. secretary-treasurer. Carl Hanson joyously celebrated one of his birthday anniversaries S inday when the members of his children's families came to help .--Ti> s nd the day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanson of Clear Lake, the Raymond and Theron Hanson families and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon OkWngs. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark will be hostess to the members of the Pri?rilla Phoebe Ladies Aid of the Congregational church at tiv? May meeting. Th3 aid met lest Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lester Larson with Mrs. Henry Funnemark assisting and H very good crowd attended. Mrs. Jorgen Skcm- is leader of the lessons. Mrs. Kate Kennedy moved her household goods to Algona Tuesday of this week to a home owrwd by her brother. Will Aman. where she will keep house for him. Her many friends will miss her greatly, as she was an active member of the church, missionary society. Royal Neighbor lodge and the American Legion Auxiliary. The Royal Neighbors enjoyed a good turn out to their party Tuesday night with bridge and five hundred being played at ten or more tables. Prizes in bridge were awarded to Mrs. Ignatz Wisenbacher and Mrs. J. L. Haverly and in five hundred to Mrs. Will Lloyd and V-r-e Mullin. The committee in charge served nice refreshments, followed by a jolly time at dancing. The Rebekah lodge held installation of new officers recently with Mrs. Tina Behrends. district deputy president, and !-.cr team from Algona. putting- on the work. The newly installed officers are noble grand. Mrs. Olive Erdmann; vice grand. Mrs. Ameiia Johnson: secretary. Mrs. Myrtle Mullin: treasurer. Miss Eva McCall. A committee In charge served refreshments followed by a gay social hour. The junior class play entitle! "Laugh Clown" will be presented next Saturday right at 8 o'clock at the Kiel ipeter hall. Thore having: parts in the play ar-: : Marjorie Striley. Margaret Erdmann. Iva Mae Ward. Lewine Kunz. Albert and Dennis Lickteig-, Clifford Carbon. Patricia Cruise. Julius Kunz. Mary Ormsby, Gladvs Haverly. Paul Garman. Richard You swirth. and Clare McCall. Burt Senior Class Play Planned May 11 Burt : The Burt senior cla.<tt will tvre- Whittemore Buried Servici TjtrJi ft f i>Tnr»T*F» * f\ W IllvlC'llvJI " • C/U Whittemore, was I his native city, F following his deutl Tuesday. Mr. Sch in Elgin. May 14, Iowa 14 years ago. restaurant business tion. He was sick ing his passing. pall bearers we Andrew Elbert, W John Mosbach, Fra J. S. Cullen. Serv day evening of las son parlor, with H Surviving are IV Idaho. Mrs. Harry i 7.00. Mich., sisters Schoonhoven w*re Mr. and Mrs. P. metsburg visited F Emmet and wife. James Mueller. Mrs. Grace Muell« his wrist Sunday. Mrs. Tom Blgley the week end wit Mrs. Will Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Sa ily spent Sunday w ther at "West Beni H?Ien Farrell o Sunday with her •pin v»voll arirl T ArfitV r nil v, tl oiiu in n 11*, Magdalene Wals City, spent a few frie'nd. Rosella Hig Jim Fleming, st visited Sunday w and Mrs. J. M. F Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Cln metsburg Sunday A number of fr Weir surprised ht noon, it being her Lucille Reimcrs, spent the week ei Mr. and Mrs. Wm Mrs. Nick Laul burg spent the pa. ter-in-law. Mrs. J Kate and Sarah sella and Mrs. Da\ burg visited local 1 Mrs. E. S. Georg son, Herbert of Or day with Mr. anc son. Mary Rics of PC day with Alice Els spent Friday and Ries. Mrs. Frank Farr Tuesday evening she had fpent a f relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J daughter. Ellzabet Ited Sunday with Higgins. Patricia Woir re from Rockwell Clt Eugene Schoonhoven, , He engaged in the all old Triends, , Services were held Tues- C. Jackman of Em- six year old son of Nell visiting her They also attended a shower for Edna Mosbach. Mrs. Will Kehoe. daughters Inez and Mary Jane Gebhart, Gertrude Farrell and Adelore Kehoe of Minneapolis spent the week end visiting relatives and friends. Billy Higglns was called home from Chicago Wednesday morning by the serious Illness of his father. Friends of Mr. Higglns are glad to hear that ne is feeling better. Mrs. Will Rusch and daughter, Marion arrived home Monday from Watertown. Wisconsin, after spending a week Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bltese. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan of Ledyard are the parents of a baby boy born April 25 at the McCreery hospital. Mrs. Sullivan was Cunegundes Felder before her marriage. Joe Faber. Jim Kelso, ST., and Bernard McDoneil went to Sioux City recently. Mr. Faber and Mr. Kelso returned home Sunday night and Mr. McDoneil, Monday evening. Friends of Mr. 'and Mrs. Marcus McCusker of Prole, Iowa, received word that a daughter was born to them on April 21. Mrs. McCusker will be better remembered as Mary Gappa. Mr. and Mrs. John Steil and Mrs. Jerry Ryan of Emmetsburg vlslteil on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Hayes. They were accompanied home by Jackie Hayes, who will visit there this week. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Wm. Meyers home on Thursday evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. August Cade's 40th wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played after which lunch was served. The Methodist birthday club will meet Thursday, May 3. with Clara Schultz. Mrs. Wallace Simpson will also be a hostess. The program corn- mittee are Mrs. James Crawford, Ellen Wolfe •and Mrs. Maurice Mallary. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Boupe of WMt- fcmore, Mr. and Mrs. Carson of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Walker and family «™^' sota spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Clayton Crook and son at Emmetsburg. The card party at the academy on Thursday evening was fairly well attended The high flve hundred prizes were won by Nell Farrell and Mike Mergen, low by Luella Elbert and Martin Bonnstetter. High bridge prizes wer« won by Mrs. James Geelan and E c. Jackman, low by Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake and Ralph Bartlett. After lunch a dance was enjoyed, with muste furnished by the Swanee orchestra. student at Ames, Send$l for the next 5 months of THE Atlantic Monthly Make the most of your reading hours. Enjoy the wit. the wisdom, the companionship, the charm that have made the ATLANTIC, for seventy-flve years, America's most quoted and most cherished magazine. SW»d $1 (mentioning this ad) to The Atlantic Monthly. 8 Arlington St., Boston 14-19 Miss ElselP had " day. at Married in California The Ihno A. Gerdo.s family have re- eivecl word from Neva Fay. daughter if Mr. Gerck's, announcing her marri- ige to Harry Camp on April 7 at the Presbyterian church in Oakland. Call- tornia. She has made her home with her aunt, Mrs. O. H. Anderson at Oar- den Grove since childhood and at present Is a junior student at the University of California, where her husband the asistant technician in the United States Forestry department on the university campus. They plan to makrc their home at Berkeley, California. Announcing My Candidacy for COUNTY ATTORNEY of Kossuth county on the Republican Ticket, subject to the will of the voters in the primary election, June 4. Your support will be sincerely appreciated. H. W. MILLER 16-22 rent its class play on Friday evening. May IHh. at the Beltonc Theatre. The play is a three-act comedy entitled. "Beads on a String," under the direction of Alice Eighme. The cast of characters is; Beny Davis Richard Brnyton Zezzalee Davis Richard Brayton J. H. Davis Joseph Graham Benjamin Davis Raymond Carter Harold B>cem Edward Stewart Ab Dinkier Darrel] Riddle The David Johnson family of Cor- wlth were gue.sts Sunday at the horn*' ol his brother. Carl Johnson. Mrs. Elda Miller and children of Trvington were Sunday visitors at the 1-ome of Mr. and Mr.s. J. T. Meurer. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt and family of Clear Lake were guests Sunday at the home of her flster. Mrs. R. C. Bauer. The Wi'.sloy high school baseball team \v\,:. its third vlc;orv Ftirta/ night after school whfn the team wen*, to Vcr- Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrseha Laundry. Phone 287. 49-tt Read the U. D. M.-R. Want Ada. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 'J12-U First Nat'l Bank Blk ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan <ciec'd> S. E McMahon L. E. Linnaii SULLIVAN, McMAIION A LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA. IOWA non township .school to play. Mr. and Mrs E. M. Huber and Kath- Ven .spent Saturday and Sunday at Melvin as hou.se guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. PrimLsing. Mrs. Lena Smith of Minneapolis who has been making her home with her dauBhtt-r, Mrs. H. M. Hanson, returned t-> her home the first of last week. I>r ;in<l Mr.s. F. A. Bonrustetter drove to Fort Dodge Thursday where Dr. li^niLstctlc r attended a mer'r'K of the Upprr Iowa Ve'ennar-/ Association. Mr. and Mrs. Emu We&U-r and Mrs. David Johnson drove to Fort Dodge •Saturday whi'if they .swnt the (lay visiting at the Karl West/t rgaard home. Mr. and Mr-. Will Walker and son. Itjyiiiorid and MT.S. Ed J. Stud«-r ol Mrs. J. H. Davis Molly Mallerton Sarah Schroeder .Ruth Beitz ng for her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Blasey, who was ill. Anna Higgins of Chicago and Mrs. Kate Meyers of Emmetsburg visited their brother, Wm. Higgins, a few days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and family of Spencer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walker and family of Delaven. Minn., visited a few days with the J. E. Walker and O. H. When In need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly examined by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Ait«n», Jeanette Blue ..Pearl Wolt Z | Rou ' X! *«»»»«• Cleopatra O. Johnson ! Mrs- Prank Bell and daughters, Bet- Dorothy Dickmeyer ty and Clarice of Blue Earth. Minn., Thie between acts novelt'ies include a I spent the week end with her parents. skit. "The Ghost of a Fre-shman" and a song by Ruby Sanderson. /. L. BON'AR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over KosiUth Cou.'.ty S'atc Bjr.i Office Phone. 427 ALCHDNA, IOWA PHYSICIANS &, SURGEONS Corwith vu-re Sunday dinner gue.st 'i«e h-'.rfie of their mother, Mr.-,. I. at W. Mr. ai.il Mr.s. William Hender.i<m and two children, MI-.S Evelyn Hayut-.s. and tlv v 'A>-T<: gutsu-, at the A. Donald V. Hutchison Theodore I'. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. Phone 251 : E. J. VAN NESS * O. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa J. V. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON O!f;w formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. jJohri Ll'.jcl clrovt- to EiiiintUburg Sun- Rust ov-.r lU'xall drug store Office Phol.i- 300 Ht'.s Phone 326 ALGONA. IOWA C. H. ('KET/MJiVEK. M. O Olf-.ce John Galbraith B.dg. Phone 444-310 W. I). ANDREWS. l>- O. 1 Cv>-.top.iUjic Physician and Surgeon General H'K^pital Phones: Office 1B7; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA I cay *-i Pa UK Mr aii'i Mr.-. HI-KI', I>xjft ulid Jackie i -[*•!.l .SUMI.IV i,* it- at. tin- home of hu> .'r.o:.',>-r. Mi.-. Bi-rtha ij Looft who re- •.iUt.f-G h'jii..- v,;tii tlirru lor u •• LV.t un'..1 W«-fiii«.-.-/iay. M.' -ii.c: Mr, Ja!i. •- Hau-rly are the [ja.'t-i.!..-. of a Laby toy. Keith James. T,f,rn it> -iibd. la-vi Wt:dr.«-.sciay morning. .Mo'./.'-r af.rj ,s.~./; are trii.% Mict-lv <artd f-<r by Mr.-. Orm.-.by. Mr at;d Mrb. TCJ& Hilaniiii ttok thtir WHITTEMORE NEWS § o l oo'ooooo.oooooooaoooooo"O"ow Mrs. o. J. Kaschmitter is reported on the sick Use this week. Pearl Harvny of Enrjmetsburg visited Marguerite Fleming Sunday. Florence Lynch spent the week end with relatives at Msuson City. The 15-months old child of Mr. and Mr.s. Tom Schaeller is very ill. Wm. McCauley of Mason City visited at the P. J. Foxsen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meehan and family visited relatives at Ayrshire Sunday. Mildred Lindstrom .spent the week end with h«r parents at Albert City. Mr. and Mrs. James Cullen of Emmetsburg visited Irene Rooney on Sunday. Mr. and Mr.s. PeUr J. Haag are the parent., of a baby boy born Saturday, April 28. Fattier Quinn and Mrs Bridget Quiiui of Rockwell city veiled friends here Monday. Mr. and Mr.s. Joo Wolfe of Minneapolis visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Th«?o. Knecht. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Peterson of Ma.-on City visiwd Mr. and Mrs. O. H Sunday. Mr. and Mxs. D. Cordes. Miss Hurley of Elkader has been hired as home economics teacher in the public school for the coming year. She will take the place of Miss Lynch. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Bartletf and M. W. Fandcl were In Storm Lake on Thursday attending a meeting of the ream quality and board control asso- iation. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosbach and daughter. Marilyn of Humboldt spent runday with John Mosbach and family. Gaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby 4: Krause Building P. V. JANSE. M. II. PHYSICIAN <fc SDRGLON Office on Sou'.h Dodge St. Phone Nu.•--Res. 366; OHloe 666 Algona, Iowa Phone 58 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW OHice in Qumby Building. Phoue l&O. ALGONA, IOWA MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN &c. SURGEON Oflice over Pool Office Bldg. Phones- Otfic*.- 197 Res. 211 DENTISTS E. C. McMAUON ATTORNEY AT LAW Oflice over Quinby & Kraute Bldg Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HLRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW OJIice over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. U AN SON ATTORNEY AT LAW Offioe over Iowa State Bank Blcig. OQica Haoae 460-J R«s. 313 AIXJONA, IOWA Over nu.-b<ii.u ar»a i>ai>y to thrir home at Allies Sui.tiay foiio*utg a week's visit .'.el'e "Aitfi UJUM (oiks. tir^fiij Bruijs of TnoiiKu, Leo Bleich. Hou'ior Moa. Jr •)<.*: Milern au<l L. L. Lea,* drove to W«tt Beiid Wednes- aay night wiicft ujcy atLentied a j-lag nieetmg of trw; Ariierican Leg nil The SLUU of »22.0O wao taken in Sat- urciay night at the church supper sponsored by the MfcUiodtst Ladies Aid and ihe ladies are very appreciative of the Aljo KitcK«r\etrt« Aptj. £y- w*9^ <xr" month THE GENERAL HOSPITAL 308 South Harlan, Algona Ambulance Service Phone 187 Major and Minor Surgery Obstetrics X-Ray Thermogenic Treatments and Rectal Treatments W. D. Andrews, D. 0., General Surgeon E. H. Phillips, D. O., Garner 8. W. Meyer, D. O., Penton Vf. L. Tyndal, JO. O.. Woden K. R. Rogers, D. O., Brltt. B. R Poundstone, D. O. Bode T. S. Clark, D. O., BradgMe R. L. Nelson, D. O., Humboldt UK. H H. OLSON ., DENTio'I lumny »hv patronised Uleir t,upper Gaa or N'jv-ocauie iu>ed for extraction | * * **^ Located ovsr Chrlatenaen Store | "live eight pound and two ounce Phoiit: BusuieM 166. Keiidrnte, 470 ALGONA. IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bld#. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona. low* VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Oflice 220 West SU'e Street OBloe Phone 475-W R*a 415-R Algouu. Iowa girl bom to Mr and Mrs. Elmer Jotin- MH. Sunday, April '22. has been uamcct ! bharlene Ruth. There are three other children in ths family with a division ol two boys and two girls ix-lmar Bermtr. who lor the past li/teen> years hai been located at Portland, Oregon. ciuulo.Vtxl at various mechanic iXkbitioAs, arrived hxre Sunday to make his huoie indefinitely with his Liioti-er aud father, Mr and Mrs. Gto ATTORNEY AT LAW ptloue L. U. Horticun tuud ("unwral Director Phoue 11 low* Mrs. Raymond Ruf>kob returned to r hoiue iO> Ajui Harbor, Miciugaji. y following a viait her« wuh her MJ>. Theivn Hiuiaon. Stie had Receiver's Sale To he lu-lcl in tin- Court Room of tin; Kossuth County Court House at 2 o'clock P. M. ou WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 At which time and place, D. W. Bates, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, as Receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank, of Algona, Iowa, will sell to the highest bidder therefor, the following tract of land, situated in Kossuth County, Iowa, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NW>4 NE%) and the North 22 Va acres of all that part of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter <NBtt NE'4 ) lying west of tile Des Mines River; albo all ot the Northwest Quarter, except the south 80 acres thereof, all in Section 25. Township 96 North, Range 29, and being known ad the T. H. Wadsworth J?arni. For terms arid further particulars see Examiner in Charge before date of sale. D. W. BATES, RECEIVER, county State Bank, Algorut, Iowa. Harry V. Hull, 17-18 Florence Longhenry, R. N., Superintendent of Nurses. CITZ HOTEL v ^4inneapoli« Newest Fireproof Hold Dine and Dt«c« A I I H • V A M • • • SPANISH VILLAGE

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