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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 25, 1934
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The Algona tTpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 25, 1934 IAKOTA MEN IN FRIENDLY SCUFFLE; ONE BREAKS LEG IN SIX PLACES Henry Schroeder Slips and Suffers Mishap; Other Lakota News Lakota: Several men from here went to Tuttle Lake Sunday and while there Henry Schroeder and Trueman Turley were scuffling and Trueman fell on Henry In sudi a manner that his leg was broken.) He was tekeh to the ^io&pltai at Buffalo Center, where x-ray pictures were taken and it was shown that the leg was broken In .six places. Mrs. I. E. Wortman was a visitor at Algona Thursday. John Wortman was on the sick list Sunday with the flu. Mrs. R. E. Hamqulstl 5s spending several days nt Mason City this week. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Boese and their children spent last Friday at Albert Lea. Clarence Schwartz spent last Friday and Saturday at the Albert Weaver home. Mesdames Guy Beemer and Win. Turley were Esthervllle visitors last Thursday. The T. E. Dalley family of Algona were Sunday visitors at the J. R. Heetland home. Miss Emma Gutknecht and Genevieve Bruer spent Saturday visiting at Mason City. Mrs. Harvey Johnson and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht were both on the sick list last week. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Uktna and little son of Jessup, Iowa, spent last wc«k here with relatives. Mrs. Tabe Loafs was a visitor Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sanden at Lake Mills. Miss Dorothy Theil of Buffalo Center was n Saturday evening at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Taba I.nats. Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop and daughter, Irene of Woden, were vlsit- Roger, of Bode, were here Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Sorensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis. The E. R. Worley family went to Mason City Saturday and visited until Sunday with Mrs. Worley'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bailey. The Win. McDermott family of near EstherviUe are staying here at the George Altlzer home. Their little son nineteen months old Is seriously 111. Charles Lewis, who stays at Bode and attends high school, came home Sunday to spend a week as they are having corn husking vacation at that place. Mrs. Anna Coupanger of Elmore and Matilda Cbupanger of St. Paul were guests last week at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr. Relatives here received word the past week of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenau and a son to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Aalde/ks at Chicago. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng attended a ministers' get-together meeting one day last week that was held at the shelter house In the Call State Park at Algona. Mrs. Walter Hans, Mrs. Carl Zolkr, Miss Anna Bauman, Miss Francis Schroeder, Arnold Christ and Rev. A. F. Boese attended a Sunday School Institute at Titonka last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. can Trump spent Sunday with the John Kronback family, at Lamberton, Minn. They were accompanied by Miss Marie Kronback, who is employed at the Dr. H. H. Murray home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rippentrop arc mourning the death of their Infant son who was born at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center last week. Mrs Rippcntrop was before her marriage Miss Iva Stcele. Rev. O. H. Frerklng and 27 young people attended the Christian Endcavn rally that was held at Lone Rock la Friday night and Saturday. The; brought back the silver cup for the third timo for having the largest attendance. jrs Sunday at the Bertus Janscn home. Miss Lelah Mitchell and Miss Bess A-ons of Webster City were w«k end visitors here at the I. E. Wortman ionic-. Mr. and Mrs. Arcnle Fcdge moved Saturday from the rooms ever the C. 'I. Smit'li store into the Mrs. Minnie Ihuvcs residence. Mr. and Mr.s. Wm. Hlcklefs of Titon•ca were visitors here- Sunday at the mine of Mrs. Ulcklefs' parents, Mr. ind Mrs. Jim Bruer. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sorensen arid son, Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats had as frur.sls Sunday the Misses Gertrude Winchcl. Lucilc Erickson, Russcl Abel and Ralph Peterson, all of Ma-son City. Miss Dorothy Theil of Buffalo Cen;•.!• and LaVcrn Licsvcld of this place wore also guests, J. E. Ukcna h?.s gone Into the im- plctmcnt business and has opened up a shop in the Wortman slorc building, lie is with the International Harvester Company and wll handle the McCor- mick-Dcering line. Ifc expects to carry a complete line of repairs, besides machinery. Corn Loans This bank will assist you without charge with your resealing papers. Iowa State Bank R. H. Miller, President H. L. Gilmore, Cashier Building Reported From Irvington and Nearby Vicinity Irvington: Henry Jonannesen flnlsh- •d building a new corn crib on the H. C. Adams farm In Cresco township last week. The cement floor Is now being poured In the Edw. Mawdsley barn and Mr. Johannesen has the foundation In for a new barn on the Adams farm In Plum Creek township tenanted by the Perry Phillips. Henry never has ilme to be Idle. He has three construction crews employed. Mrs. Ida Holdren visited last week with her brother, Ben Terhune. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Weber were Sunday night supper guests at the Walter Barr home. Mrs. Nellie Stevens of Minneapolis was a week end visitor at the Elmer Green home south of Galbraith. The Aid society will meet this Thursday at the annex. Mesdames Maud Burbank and Frank Dltsworth will be hostesses. Miss Marguerite Skilling came home Saturday for a vacation of two weeks. The school at Hayfield closed for the corn picking season. Mr. and Mrs. Robert SkiUtng and son, Dewey, and Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stltlz were Sunday dinner gncsas at the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaffney were guests Sunday at the Jake MaasJam home. Mrs. Maasdam now deceased, was a sister of Mr, Gaffney. Mrs. K. P. Roney entertained her Sunday School class of about 24 at a very delightful Hallowe'en party Saturday afternoon at the annex. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan of Minneapolis and Mrs. Hemphill were Ins 1 : week Tuesday callers at the George Johnson home in the Rich Point vicinity. Mrs. Martin Becker and Mrs. Oran Hudson and baby vltited Tuesday at the Charles Egel home assisting the Egcls with some paper hanging. A family by the name of Brown nuved into the house located juH north of the center school. Previous to this they were at the county farm. Pupils in rural school district No. 4 are busy at work preparing a Hallowe'en program. It is reported the Irvington school will present one for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Alice Duryea and her son-in- law, Ralph Lage were- Sunday cnllei-s nt the Elmer Green, home south of Galbraith and at the James Green home in LuVrrnc. Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Bockes and their children, Kenneth and Joyce wcve Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Bockes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L"\viA Slumbo of Fort. Dcdg€. The Eg:l brothers, namely Stanley Paul and Lewis entertained at. ;i Hal- lowe'en party last Friday evening Games and dancing provided the cn- tr.rtainmcnt for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and Mrs. Mary Harness were entertainer. Sunday for dinner nt the Edward DIUworth home of Bancroft, cousins f Edward and Frank also b-ing guc-st-s. Crops may have been p:or and hog irices low but there still remains nn xcellcnt crop of box elder buss. One armor reported he saw a swarm in a field that resembled a large swarm of LEDYARD JUNIORS READY FOR CURTAIN FRIDAY NIGHT IN ANNUAL CLASS PLAY "Hero by the Hour" to have A Cast of Fifteen Characters Ledyard: The junior play, "Hero by the Hour," will be given Friday night Oct. 27, In the auditorium under trie direction of Marjorle Stranahan. The cast Includes William Barnes, Laura Dutton, Alice Hagge, LaVaun Farrell, Howard Dyer, Mary Ellen McDonald, Glenn Rieeoe, Opal Corhus, Marvin Wiese, Lawrence Lewis, Helen Dutton, Lester Relsem, Leonard Warner, Paul Richardson and Roland Kollasch. George Watson visited Sunday in Es- thervllle. Betty Matzener visited in Swea City Saturday. George Hagge and George Moulton were Algona callers Friday. The Sam Warners of Fenton spent Sunday at the Jess O'Keefe home. The Roy Link family were Sunday guests at the Warn«r home near Swea City. Oscar Warner of Fenton visited his brother, Asa Warner and family Sunday. The Roy Hartshorn family of Swea City visited Sunday at the H. D. Mayne ome. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen and Frances Hetler attended the homecom- ng at Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrlstcnscn of Ringsfred visited Friday at the A. E. .auritzen home. On Thursday evening HID first quar- ARMSTRONG SENECA? FRED E. DUTTON Farmer-Labor Candidate for REPRESENTATIVE I want to call the attention of the voters of Kossuth county to statements of C. R. Schoby, as published in some of the weekly papers last week. These statements are typical of Mr. Schoby's attitude on other occasions of which I have personal knowledge. As they indicate his lack of comprehension ol the programs for which he is working, or the results of those programs In operation, I consider a reference to and analysis of his statements at this time to be essential. He says, ..... I am a candidate for a state office which has nothing to do with national affairs." We are still living under a representative form of government, whose foundation rests upon a union of state governments. For the central representative government to function properly, requires a high degree oi perfection of form and function oJ each and unit, and in correla- tlon of the units to the central 01 National Government. Therefore, I believe a state legislator In the performance of his duties and a full use of Ws opportunities and privileges should be in a position to help mold national opinion or advise his constituents on iome affairs national In scope. Since the attitude expressed by Mr. Schoby seems to be that of owe seeking office and special privilege md shirking responsibility, or playing into the- hands of scheming politicians, I sincerely urge that he be elected, .selected or rejected to some ffios somewhere which has nothing > do with national or state affairs. • Concerning Mr. Schoby's remarks about Governor Herring leading the midwest governors to Washington to overthrow the adjustment program, I want to warn Mr. Schoby and the residents of Kossuth county that there Is a vast difference jetween anj adjustment program and a reduction and destruction program. Having listened to Governor Hen-ing at Lakota, I was impressed that he was lacking in characteristics of leadership and executive ability. I have met and listened to public discussions of two of the other governors who made that trip to Washington. Regardless of Mr. Schoby's conception or mscoiiceptkin cf Govtrnor Herring's mission, two of the governors went to Washington for the purpose of establishing a value on the services of a great majority of the people in the middte west. They want that value to be letermined in a like manner as the value of the services of any other group In the United States is determined. That is the predominate issue before Uie people today, an income lor each Individual in proportion to service rendered, and an opportunity for everyone to render some useful service. FRED E. DUTTON, Farmer-Labor Candidate For Representative terly conference will be held at the Methodist church. Mrs. George Thompson entertained icr Sunday School cli'.ss nl her home last Wednesday evening. The Gccrgc Thompson family were •nipper guests at, the Harry Moo home n Lakota Sunday evening. Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Horan, Joe Welch and Blenda Harold visited at West Bend Sunday nnd saw the pro!to. D. H. Mayer had the misfortune to throw a vertebrae out of place in his back while lilins; last week Tuc.'day. Tt.c reform church held its annual mission festival Sunday with large attendance both mcrniiiR and afternoon service-. Mrs. John Bi.'hop returned to her hcmo In Esira Sunday after a \VK visit at the home of her brother, D 13. Mayer. Dave Lynch, who has been vlsitin at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Johi Ripp'.t at Seaside, Oregon, returned to his homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson and Pat ty returned Sunday from Kansas C'U\ v/herc they adopted a three, weeks ol baby boy.. He has been named Nca Peter. XX^^ Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dotson spent Sunday evening at the Tom St. John home. Supt. M. E. Otterness of Fenton spcn; Sunday afternoon at the C. O. Bailey tome. The Seneca school closed Friday, Oct. 19th for a two weeks corn husking vacation. Miss Leona Murphy of Buffalo Lake, Minn., is visiting at the R. E. Saunders home this week. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Peter Hansen on Thursday afternoon. The Seneca Lutheran Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs. George Jensen of Ringsted this week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G| W. Veager of Algona spent Saturday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. C. O. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godden attended the funeral of Mrs. Andrew Thomson of Lone Rock Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Vern Hawbakcr of Armstrong Is assisting with the house work at the Horley Hocck home for a few days. Miss Floreno? Gast spent last week visiting relatives and friends in Illinois and attending the century of Progress. World's fair visitors last week were Rev. S. O. Sande, Martin Wilberg, Albin Nelson, Olc Johanneson and his daughter, Tilda. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton, S. L. Denton and daughter, Bessie, spent ast \v:ek with relatives and friends in Vilnmr, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Don Turner and Mr. incl Mrs. T. Drown of Curlew wrvc Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and daughter, Ruby, and son, Glenn spent Saturday afternoon at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Henry Hoeck, Sr., nt Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. George Charlston are the parents of a 9'4 pound baby boy bom Oct. 15th. This is the third child in the family and has been named Wlllard Burns. Mrs. Joseph Anderson of Jewell and daughter, Mrs. Vernon Stowe of Thompson spent Friday and Saturday at the home of trxlr son and brother, Leonard Anderson and family. The Seneca Lutheran Ladies' Aid society held a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Sigurd Olsen Tuesday afternoon at the Fred Jensen home. Mrs. Olsen was formerly Miss Bernloe Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Clough of Hollandale, Minn., are the parents of a baby boy born Oct. 11. Mrs. Clough was formerly Anzetta Adams, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Phillips who formerly lived In Seneca. SEXTON NEWS Spear. They left Thursday morning and returned Thursday night. Mrs. Eliza Richard of Algona, a sjs- t«r of Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and the former's sons, Floyd Richards and family of Blue Earth and Myrle Richards and family of Lone Rock took dinner with the A. L. Greenfield family Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Harvey Steven drove to Bancroft Monday afternoon to call on their new grandson, Lloyd Steven, Jr., who arrived at his new home Monday morning. Mrs. Henry Phillips of Wesley drove the car for the proud grandmothers to see the new arrival. >ces. Trie Missionary society met last Thursday at the Annex, and due (o the inclemency of the weather as large a rowd as usual was not present. Mrs. Eari Miller was leader of the meeting, he topic being Alaska and India. Mrs. Matt Hcibhoff of Portland, Ore;on, recently wrote friends here and eiterated the details of a visit she and ,lr. RcibhoiT had -en joyed with the E. N. Hackmans also of Portland. Some months ago Mr. Hackmnn suffered a laralytlc stroke. Mrs. Laura Mftntor of Cedar Falls arrived Friday to visit with her sister, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. Last Wednes- lay guests at the Blanchard home were the Mesdames Lawrence Newbrough, Eva Thompson, Ruth Krueger, Fred Genrich and Edward Zunkel all of Lone Rock. The Algona Presbyterian Mtn's club was entertained last Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Dinner was served at seven o'clock. Supt. Lalng was the speaker :o rthe evening. Assistant hostesses were Mesdames Pratt, Robert Vincent, and Geo. Hackman. About twenty were present. Mrs. Matt Bormann was hostess last week Wednesday to six of her friends for an all-day quilting party The guests Included Mrs. Alex Elchen, Mrs. Simon, Mrs. Frank Eiaenbarth, Mrs. Harvey and Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs. Leslie Jenkins and Christina Eisenbarth. Some of the ladies remained for the evening. Mr. and Mra. Roy Fitch accompanied by Ray'a brother, Dell of the Burt neighborhood, returned last Wednesday from their northern trip. They visited first at the Roy Fitch home at Park Rapids, Minn., and Incidentally spent a day at Itasca Park. On the return trip they came home by Owatonna, Minn., and visited at the John Fitch home. John is Ray's oldest brother. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox cntertainec number of their old friends and neighbors Sunday for dinner. Those who enjoyed the courtesy were Mr and Mrs. M. E. Worster, Mrs. Sabin Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Gocders and the Earl Mill er family. The afternoon was spen visiting. Everyone Invited to the Co> home always enjoys the splendid hos pltality provided by them unday dinner guests at the J. launders home. H. Donald Dean, three year old son of VIr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, wivnch- u.'UM juiujoui Auputis ut.'iti su{ p.i "ell while running. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and fam- ly weiv Sunday dinner gursts at t'.u- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt wero Sunday afternoon callers at the Fred Nea bring home. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson are the proud parents of a big boy born Monday afternoon. The August Ktrschbaum family had Sunday supper with Mrs. Krschbaum's father! Cyrus Etacmnn of Brltt. Naomi DeWildc and daughter, Constance Joy spent Uie week end with her aunt, Mrs. B. S. Saunders. James Steven nnd Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mcrrlam of Corwith spent Sunday a|. the Harvey Steven home. A car load of Sexton folks attended the bazaar at We.sley Saturday evening and reported a line supper and a good time. Mrs. Sarah Wis? and son, Herman, called at. the home of the former's C.iands^n, Frank Burger nnd spent Sunday evening. JJin Wermersen nnd Rrnndchildron Alice and Richard Comp came Monday lo visit at the Harvey St. veil home Richard Is to pick c,.rn for Mr. SU-v- en. Clea, Jean and Marjoric Gable accompanied their aunt, Mrs. Hcctland of Lakota to Esthcrville last Wednesday where they visited their mother, who Is in.the hospital there. . , Mr. and Mrs 1 . Harvey Ohrlstenson of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and son of Seneca and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Worden of Elmore were Sunday callers nt the Leon Worden home. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society mot Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ralph Olson. It wn-s planned to have a special meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Yahnke. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, and son went to Chester Friday evening to visit at the home of Mr. Barrett's father. On Saturday they attended the homecoming at Fayette. While there they saw Tilmer Halver.s:-n who was playing with the Luther band. of Mr. Looffs mother. Jertlia Looft of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kiu'ck re'uni- cd Frday from a two wevks' visit, with •datives In Wisconsin nurt attrndlnn; the world's fair at Chicago. Mrs. J. W. Campbell and daughter. Mary Sue, and r.on, Dotii;la.s . l: p;-nt Wednesday afternoon at the Lawn-nee N<'l.s:.n home near Ring.'.ted. The Seneca Lutheran young people's society met at Ihc Herman Strueker homo Friday evening with the Missor, Edna and Kldcra Strueker as hostesses. The Senectv n.nior motored to Alnona Tuesday and had their ntion picture;) taken. In the afternoon tho class a; tended the matinee at th theatre. Mrs. Ornl? Behrends. Sr., and Mr and Mrs. Mlno Behronds attcnikd UIL funeral of Mrs. Mino Behrends niece Mrs. Ed Davis of Ware, Iowa, one da> las 1 , week. Mrs. Henry Glave of Brltt, Mr. and Mr.-. Hum-no Johnson and Mr. ant: Mrs. Lawrence Johnson of Ifemvick \iMt;d Sunday witli Fred Neahrin;: am family. Mrs. J;o Fra:=er accompanied Mr and Mrs. Hoy S.ivelicU and Fran! o|)< LU- to Des Moines to attend the fun al of her .siMer-in-law. Mrs. V. A Read The Want Ads—It Pays. This Space Paid for by Dutton Supporters F.A. Newville For CONSTABLE Algona Township On the Republican Ticket Your vote will be ap preeiated. Efficient Repair Work For thirty-one years we've had a reputation for doing better work at fairer prices. That reputation we guard and will continue to guard. It la your guarantee of dependable service. When you need plumblnc service Just call us for immediate attention. Holtzbauer's Tin Shop Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal 117 S. Dodg« Phone 83 Carl H. Arnold For Supervisor of the Fifth District, Kossuth County on llw Independent Ticket Look for ray name on one side of the ballot. Your vote will,. l>e ap- preeiatexl. 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BARTLETT For RECORDER on the Republican Ticket Accurate records are a rcqubfle to the recorder's office. Experienced In rccordltiK work. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW B. J. Harrington J- D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat! Bank Blk ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. a QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW OHlce over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA More Families Than Ever This Year Are Relying On COAL This premium seam coal will keep your house at a uniform, healthful temperature regardktis of sudden storms and chilly weather. High in heat, low in asih GREAT EAGLE burns steadily and re*pottd» instantly to draft regulation. At ' current urk*s it market. the outeiaadin^ value on todav'u fuel Phone 229 F. S. Norton &. Son A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. VAN NESS & G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS OHlce over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W AJgona, Iowa E. EL Panons Judge D. F. Coyte Office over Basket Grocery ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW Phone 820 Algon*. Iowa PHYSICIANS A 8UHQEON8 J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L, Rlst over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Rea. Phone 324 ALGONA, IOWA C. II. CBETZMEYEB, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA 3aylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby &. Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN Sf SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. phone No.—Res. 368; Office 668 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Quinby Building. Phene 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON 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 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 315 ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Pofatotfice Phone 86 J. W. Sullivan (dec.'d) S. E. UcMahon L. E. Linnun SULLIVAN. McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office ovtr County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 19T Res. 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST as or Novocaine used for extraction Located over christensen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Res. Phone 174 Phone 133 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Office 230 West Sta'e Street Office Phone 475-W Kea. 47S-R Algona, Iowa L. M. MERRITT Mortician and Funeral Director Phone 11 Algona. Iowa A. V. UERTIG SIGN SERVICE Over Fisher Cafe Phone >08-W EVE L PRESNELL, Algona Iowa, all kuidi of Kodak Finlshuig aoid Enlargements. 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