The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1930 · Page 8
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23,1930 Twenty Ifears Ago. Welter Falkenhalner had celebrated his birthday anniversary by entertaining a number of his boy friends. MiSs Alice tttesensky had been engaged to teach In the Fenton town school. Four teachers are employed in the Fenton school. Spencer was figuring On the lighting of her main street with the new electroliers, and Algona was being urged not to lag behind. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fox of Delta., Colorado, were visiting in Algona for a few weeks, the guests of Mrs. Fox's grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Sample. Mrs, L. J. Maleug, who lived at Minneapolis then, and her mother- in-law, Mrs. A. Maleug of Esthervllle were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thie!. A W. Larson, manager of the'Cen- tral drug store, had spent Sunday in Omaha. While there he attended the aviation meet and saw a flock of "aero-planes" in the air. Irving C. Hastings of Spencer, a graduate of the law school at Iowa City, had entered into partnership with Judge Quarton for the practice of law. Mri Ha^yngs is now practicing in Garner. M. J. Norton, brother of F. S. Norton, had purchased the Hoppe farm a mile south of Sexton at $75 an acre. The land comprised a full section and was considered a very nice piece of property. Fred Wehler had been out to the A. J. Keen farm, east of town and helped make hay for a couple of days. He slept In a tent and got right down close to nature. The result was a better appetite and a coat of tan. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Spear had returned to Algona again to make their home after being in Sioux City for a time with then- daughter, Mrs. George C. Call. After living In Algona for so many years It was hard for them to feel at home anywhere else. Miss Louise May Hahn and Adolph Misbach had just been married and had gone on a wedding trip to Yellowstone Park and other points to.be gone a month or more. Upon their return they were to make their home In a, new house the groom had built on East Call street. Mr. Misbach was employed In the Kraft-Mlsbach store. Mr. ard Mrs. O. Madson had returned from a two weeks' stay at Lake Okobojl. They had Miss Mann's cottage and a big tent for their quarters and for the use of Mrs. Madson's Sunday School class who were lake side guests of their teacher for a week. The class consisted of Theo. Herbst, Ray Donahoo, Verne Burt, Edwin Moline, Clalr Laird and Shelby Turner. Mrs. A. D. Clarke had received a ,'jcard from her daughter, Mrs. H. C. vAdams, who with her husband, and |Ed,, Adams were on a trip by auto to Li ~ and other points In Colorado, ^started auspiciously with /miles the first day out i/next day it rained and (%2Were reeled off. The nsKimball Just beyond S i£NAfiukv«wb*re their West Bend Boy Gets'Too Much Serum. West fiend, July 22. Special Cor. Billy Montag, the son of Mr. and Mrs George Montag has been a very sick boy the past week. Thursday noon he stepped on a tack and they took hitr to the doctor who gave him a shot of serum for prevention of lock Jaw. During the afternoon Billy became quite Sick and continued so all night. Two other doctors, McCreery of Whltte- more and Coleman or Esthervllle were called In consultation and remained most of the night. He had been given serum for diptheria. some time before and the doctors think the two counteracted, making him very 111. It seems too bad to See such a lively little chap as Billy ill, When it might have been prevented. Irene McCaffrey is the nurse in charge and he now seems to be improving. Many Tickets for No Tail Ughts. Justice A. Hutchison has quite a few- tickets on the docket which were given to motorists who drove their cars without tail lights or one head light. This law is being strictly enforced by the officers in conjunction with the safety drive throughout the county. ^I^Mr^and^Mrsf'ISeiler,' "Mrs. -a" broken, f w , were.returalng'from Spirit Lake a tra,o'cl<^at, ed the road Just south of Hobarton. The^drop of j?lx,,<ttL eight Inches and the jap ; to the machine broke the steering ^apparatus; As the car left the ditch it turned to one side and ran into a fence post breaking one wheels into e, pile of Junk. The machine remained right side up or the occupants would probably have been severely, injured. The car missed a telephone pole by about an arm's length. It seems that the earth in a recently laid tile drain had settled, and had not been properly filled. The occupants went to the King farm house and telephoned for .-mother machine which took them home. One of the words that will soon be obsolete is petticoat. An astronomer says the old earth is speeding up in its revolutions. It better or it will be left behind. § LONE ROOK NEWS. &&c&aa®a^^ W. T. Fish of Whittemore was here on business Monday. Oscar Earing was a business caller In Mason City last Wednesday. George Boettcher of Burt was visiting with friends here Saturday. H. J. McChesney came last Thursday from Minonk, Illinois, to visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and family 'went to West Bend Sunday to visit at the W. W. Stone home. Mrs. William Christensen and daughter, Vertabell, visited at the Ernest Krueger home In Burt Sunday. John Seegebarth and family drove to Mankato, Minnesota. Monday, where their son will enter a business college. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau of Algona, parents of Mrs. E. E. Kearns, visited at the Kearns home Saturday. Harlan Blanchard of Waterloo came Friday to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Miss Helen Clayton, of Charles City came one day last week to visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krause. George Sutton, Mrs. Lillian Worth- inrton and "daughter, Edith, went to Britt last Wednesday to visit with relatives. Miss Rose Krause returned home one day last week .after spending two weeks in Canada and northern Minnesota. Miss Lennice Elvidge of Calmar, a niece of Joe Elvidge cam® Saturday to visit at the Roy Jensen and Joe El- Vidge' homes. . . IffSb, J * '•'I i f- ' J t "-George- Sutton and his mother, Mrs. Swain,,-went to ^Floyd; Iowa, Saturday *ere,,Mrs, Swain ;wilj, visit her broth- - Mrs. \C,orl,. Zoller, returned -home from-Algona' last; Wednesday after a few^ toys'lylsit, with-her sister, Mrs. Bertha Lattlmer. . \ ''"Alton Pettit has resigned'his position with Supervisor Chas. Morris #nd ha? accepted a position with the Farmers Elevator Company. Mrs. Melvin Hawk and children returned home Saturday evening after spending a few days at the Herman Dau home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen left on Sunday for Iowa City where they will attend the funeral of Mr. Jensen's sister-in-law. Mrs. Segurd Jensen. Miss Huldah Worthington, who is employed at the Paul Kriethe home Dear Burt, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lilian Worthington. Miss Elnora Lattimer of Algona, a niece of Mrs. Carl Zoller, who has been visiting at the Zoller home for the past week, returned to her home Sunday. Arthur Sprank and Calvin Householder drove to Fort Dodge last Tuesday, returning Tuesday night with a truck load of Implements and repair parts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell and family of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Severtson and family of Mapleton, Minnesota, visited Sunday at the 1. W. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Davis of Chicago came last Thursday to visit Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit. Mrs. Davis was formerly Miss Dorothy Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris and daughter, Vera. were visiting with relatives at Walllngford Sunday. Mrs. Kelley, a sister of Mrs. Morris, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson and family went to Estherrtlle Sunday where they visited a niece of Mrs. Thompson. Miss Dina Madsen. who is 111 in the hospital there. Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig returned home last Thursday after a few days' visit with Miss Gertrude Sage, who is employed In the telephone exchange at Burt. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Blanchard and Doris Mae went to Cherokee Monday, and will visit their daughter an.1 sJs- ier. Mrs. John Sones and family. They returned home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. R- Roderick and daughter returned home last Tuesday night after spending ten days at Bowstring Lodge, near Deer River. Minnesota. They reported excellent fishing. Wm. Dudding and his mother. Mrs. Dudding of Bancroft, left Saturday for Dwight,' nflnois, where Mrs. Dudding will remain with her sister who is very ill. Mr. Dudding returned home Sunday evening. Those winning prizes at the show on Saturday evening were Junior Reed, \ pounds of coffee; Jessie Blanchard, Jr. a sack of pancake flour; Mary Ann Flaig, a pocket knife and Mrs. Fred Haack, a bottle of shampoo. Donald Nelson, two year old son o: Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson fractured his right arm last Wednesday evening when he fell off the porch at the Gem Hoflus home. He was taken to Bur where Dr. Peters set the fracture. Lotts Creek was defeated Sunday by East Chain, Minnesota, at Lotts Creek by the score of 6 to 4. Batteries for Lotts Creek were Mittag and Kris- sen. Lotts Creek will play Fenton at the Fenton celebration Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Doris Mae, Jessie, Jr., and Ersel returned home last Tuesday from Detroit, Michigan, where they have been visitin: their daughter, Mrs. John Flynn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing and Mrs Baring's mother, Mrs. George Pettit and J. M. Blanchard drove to Des Moines last Thursday, where Mr. and - Mrs Earing purchased furniture for their new home. They returned home on Thursday evening. Mrs. Thompson and daughter, Jessie, of Boston, Massachusetts, visited at the George Hanna home last Monday while on their way to Yellowstone Park. Mrs. 'Thompson was formerly an Instructor in the same school that Pearl Hanna teaches In New York. 'Meeting iti Algona. The district meeting of the Western Grain Dealers was held in Algtina last Thursday evening at the court house. About seventy members of the association attended, among whom were D. MUlig&n, secretary, of ties Moines, Mr. Carpenter And Douglas Dabenech, both of Cedar Rapids. Independent elevator men, managers of farm elevators within A radius of forty miles were here. Algonft grain men from the offices of the Ptetch, La Budde and Win. Bell grain companies entertained in the line of refreshments and a good time was had by all Mr. and Mrs; Howard McChesney and family will arrive Saturday morning from Van Nuys, California. They left Van Nuys at 2:40 p. m. last Wednesday, and arrived at the. George,Pettit home Sunday at eleven a. m. They drove night and day. Mrs. McChesney was formerly Miss Ethel, Pettit, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit, They expect to stay three weeks before returning to their home. LEDYARD NEWS. ,,-SAH-DAT AM STILL D OLD ONE-WIF A COAT OF CEMENT 3TUCCO FROM Ode OOWN HIS OLD UNPAiNTED SHACK AND BUILT HIM F.&NORTON&SON A BRAND NEW HQUSe- SEP. ; You, too, can have a modern home, a new sleeping porch or a sun parlor. YARD THAT SAOES AND SATISFIES* Mrs. Ben Gesch of Elmore was visiting her parents here last Monday. Cecil TL'lmoney af Ames was calling on relatives and friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children were callers at Blue Earth on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Logan and children and Mrs. Kelly and children -were shoppers at Fairmont Tuesday. Mrs. Ed. Halverson and children spent Wednesday visiting with her mother at Frost. Mrs. M. Tillmoney left Sunday for a two weeks' visit with her son, John and family at Ames. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. V. A. Barrett were shoppers at Lakota on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Anderson and son of Waterloo spent last week here visiting at the L. W. Weimer home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Behse and daughter of Swea City were visiting with relatives here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and son, spent Friday evening at the R. J. Campbell home near Seneca. Mrs. Wm. Hans and children of Rudd spent several days last week here visiting with her father, Wm. Behse. Mr. and Mrs. eLon Worden and son were callers at the Eugene Worden home near Elmore Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack and children spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Brack's sister at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Midthune and children of Elmore were callers at the Ed. Halverson home here Saturday night. Mrs. V. A. Barrett left Friday to spend the week end with»Mr. Barrett, who is attending summer school at Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. 8. G. Weigle of Yale, Iowa, spent several days of last week here visiting with her sister, Mrs. Lara Neister. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and daughter, Marjorle, spent last week here visiting Murjorie and left Friday tor Waterloo to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Genee Casael and daughter and husband of Wheaton, Illinois, were calling at the Leon Worden home here Friday. The M. E. Sunday School held their annual picnic at Interlaken Park Friday afternoon and it is needless to s&y everyone enjoyed themselves immense" ly. The M. E. Ladles' Aid held a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Frank Johneon at the church basement Thursday afternoon. A large crowd was present and the bride of only a few weeks received many lovely and useful gifts. After a nne program a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs, B. E. Sanders. Miss Ruth Miner is vtelUng this week with friends and relatives in Minnesota. She returned home ths last of the week. August Kirschbaum left Monday on a fishing trip and will be gone a few days this week. He will return the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton and two children of Britt were Sunday cv- fning visitors at the home of her mother. Mrs, Sarah. Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell and children of Wesley were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Kirsehbaurc, and family. Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children, Kathryn and Leo, spent Monday afternoon and were supper guests at the home of Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and little niece. Florence Marie Phillips, drove to Corwith Sunday evening .where they attended church at the Methodist church. , Miss Pearl Steven and her friend. a Miss Davis, of near Spencer left on Saturday on a trip in Wisconsin anl Niagara Falls, They will be gone on their trip for two weeks or more. Miss Davis taught school at Rudd year before last as did Pearl. Nell Wise and Ruth Miller wsrs the members of the graduating class of the Epworth League institute at the Methodist camp at Lake Okobo.ll Sunday morning, as they have attended institute there for the past three years. There were sixty-four graduates this year from the institute. Mrs. Wm. Hartley, was called to Chenola, Illinois Monday noon to the bedside of her mother, who is very low. Mrs. Hartley left Monday evening for her mother's home. Her brother Sem, at Waterloo Is in Chicago at this time and will go from there to Chenola to his mother's bedside. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and little son, Clayton, Jr., left Saturday evening for Rockford, Iowa, where they visited over Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson. They returned home Sunday evening. The Johnsons lived southeast of town where f:he Alfred Grosenbach family now. lives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and two sons, Wilbur and Everett drove to Okb- boji Sunday morning'and attended the graduation exercises held in the tabernacle there, on the Methodist 1 camp ground. .After services Mr. and Mrs.' Harvey,. Steven ,and two; sons, Mrs. Sarah Wise and 8on and : daughters. Herman, Nell and Drusilla, all had a picnic dinner together near the lake and* enjoyed themselves very much. Mrs. James Devine And children of Slgonrney Arrtwd last week for A tis- it with her txirent*, Mr, And Mrs, John Remitters. MeMn ttttswwtts Merojn Hddtng, Joe R«*er, Gtth*Hn* flAnncry And PtonHK* McOillifinn spent Sunday at West Bend. Mr. And Mrs, Georfte Werdel And children of CarroU are visiting At the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Matt Wetde). Mr. And Mrs. fid. Brink And daughter, Helen, and Mrs, J H, Welp spent Sunday at the William And Roy SantU homes At. Fairmont, Minnesota, Mr, and Mrs. Aaron Mouse! * children of C*mbrtdR*, Nebraska, spent » few flags Iwt wwk At th« J. P, MOU« sei and Pat MeNertney homes, Mrs. Charles Baker AM Miss Isabel SatinnfefS Vfelife V$&itan$ At w& tKJTftfc Of their sister, Mrs. Cbwtes Stilling, At Wlndom, Minnesota, test Wednesday, Mr. And Mrs. L, j, N&nmm *ut* the proud parents of a baby boy bom Sunday. This is the first boy tn the family Although they hate two other girts, Mrs. George Hess and son of Carroll are visiting at the home of her patents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard and with other relatives and friends this week. Mrs. Peter Becker and son, Lawrence left Thursday for Mason City, where they will spend the next month with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Marion Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Versllus of Lake Park visited with relatives and friends here Sunday. Mrs. Versilus will be better remembered as Miss Evelyn Wessel before her marriage. Miss Margaret Miller is the new clerk In the A. Conlon bakery, having commenced work on Monday. Miss Miller took the place of Elda Sandt, who resigned last week Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens and son, Andrew and daughters, Francis and Mrs. F. J. Welp returned from Chicago and Joliet, Illinois recently where they visited with relatives and friends. Henry Stelplug accompanied by Frank Wolfe, and Theresa and Anna Stelplug left Wednesday for Kansas City where the former will enter a hospital for an ailment which has bean troubling him for several months. Olga and Calista Elsbecker arrived Thursday from Carroll for a visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker and with other relatives and friends. Olga completed a course in,nurses' training and Calista has been in training since last September. • .. POWER Sixty-two horsepower.. * In a big, high- compression engine that's a marvel of smoothness ... Insures the finest kind of performance for Oldsmobile. Flashing acceleration. Thrilling speed. Ample power for any emergency. You know, when you take the wheel and start that this car Is thoroughly capable. Gome in. Try it yourself. Oldsmobile's performance will please you.... as it is pleasing thousands everywhere. TWO-DOOR SEDAN '895 f.o. b. Lannint, Mlchlftn gpart Tin and Bumpvi t*trm WEST BEND NEWS. FOUR CORNER NEWS. The Larkin club met at the home of Mrs. Roy Lowman Friday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Lowman was ill the fore part of last week with an Infection in one ear. Miss Leona Walker returned home ast week Thursday after spending sev- iral weeks at the home of her aunt, Mrs. James Walker, where she help- id to cook for carpenters. The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Agnes Walker. Roll call will be answered by "Where Would Like to Spend a Vacation." Elizabeth, a sister of Wm. and Geo. lich, started for her home at Cabri, Saskatchewan, Canada, last week Tuesday after spending since June 20 with her brother, George, who has been ill 'or some time. A number from this community at«- «nded the ice cream social given by ;he Union township Mothers and Daughters club, given at the Ben Gould home last week Thursday even- ng. An interesting program was giv- n as follows: piano solo, 'fWandering n Dream Land" by Evelyn Cruikshank; a humorous reading by Chrls- ina Gould; a piano solo, "Tfie Stein iong" by Miss Zender; an address by Senator Patterson; a playlet entitled, Coats and Petticoats" given by Lu- Ella and Sadie Potter, Thea Hulderman, Lola Scuffham, Irene Mitchell, Mary Kain, Christina Gould, Mrs. H. A. Patterson; two vocal numbers en- Itled "Spring Time in the Rockies," and "The Prune Song," given by Miss VIlls, accompanied at the piano by Miss Zender. Ice cream, wafers, pop and cake were sold. BANCROFT NEWS. Miss Colletta Kockler is on the sick 1st this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foth and sons spent Sunday at Buffalo Center. Adra McGulre left Monday for Gold- fleld, for a week's visit with friends. Henry Isebrand attended to business matters at Mason City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Menke and son, Elmer, spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and son, James, were visiting with friends at Waterloo Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recker and daughters of Buffalo Center were visiting Bancroft friends Sunday. Mrs. Otto Barrenthlne drove to Titonka Thursday where she visited with her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Mayland. The bam and corn crib on the farm occupied by Martin Grlese burned to the ground early Monday morning. vaacsxix^^ Miss lola Barber of Whittemore is visiting at the Ray Barber home this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hilborn of Rodman spent Wednesday evening in town. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. White -'spent Sunday at the Peter Smith home near Mallard. ' .' ' ";,'.' . Mr. and Mrs, John Poole of Rodmari attended the celebration here Wednesday evening. . -. Miss Helen Sweeney, of-CarrpliVis visiting her-, parents/' Mr.' 'tandJgMrsI Frank'Sweeney. 1 ' ''/;;-'' r -'/ ""• li~.' phas. Riley and son, Lavon, of Livermore were callers at the Wm. Riley home Tuesday. Miss Delores Satern of Bode spent the past week visiting her cousin, Elvira Hundertmark. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlrtz and daughter, Jean, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. H. A. Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faber and daughter of Whittemore attended the celebration here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber and children of Whittemore attended the celebration here Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Bell of Rodman spent Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bell. Mrs. H. R. Bell Is the proud owner of a new electric stove. Nevins Cup- lln installed the stove Saturday. Mrs. Bliss of Ames spent a few days the past week visiting with her son, Superintendent B. F. Bliss and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Munson and son, Johnny, and Bob Munson were Emmetsburg visitors Sunday afternoon. Mr,' and Mrs. Arthur Hoskin and Mr. and Mrs. L. Van Horn and, children spent Wednesday evening In West Bend. Mrs. Gilbert Pullen and baby daughter of Des Moines visited Thursday at the hpme of Mr. and Mrs. George Montag. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley and son Lavon, of Llvermore, spent Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley. Mrs. Tom Heiter and daughters, lone and Eula, of near Rolfe spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Stover. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bonstetter and Geraldino and Blalne Hoskin of Rodman attended the celebration here on Wednesday. Misses Kathleen and Helen Murray and Mrs. Emil Gellno of Fort Dodge visited friends here Wednesday and attended the celebration. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Bishop and two sons, Judson and Warren, drove down Tuesday to attend the Park celebration and call on old friends. Mr. and Mrs, Tom 'McCormick and Mrs. Lowman and children of Rodman were among the ones attending the celebration here Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myerly and children of near Rodman and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber and sons spent Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R.' Bell. The Presbyterian Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Riley Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Sloan will be the assistant hostess. Everybody is welcome. / Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wirtz and son and daughter, Pearl, and Mrs. Fred Wlrtz and daughter, Jean, of Rodman attended the celebration here Wednesday evening. Miss Erma Salmon of Llvermore came Wednesday afternoon and attended the park celebration. She also visited the Wm. Rtley home and Jfe» OLDSMOBILE Algona Motor Sales i^n o p u c T or c f N ( (i A i MOTOR*. turned to Livennore Wednesday morning. Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Simmons entertained a number of relatives Sunday, among them being, Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of Larrabee, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. OrvilleHanvaiid daughter, Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons of near Rolfe. .;'',-' ",, ;V J" - Her, and s Mrs. '. Zimmerman and children laft early Thursday for Montana, Nebraska,- and' other points for ^vacation. -.They will visit.the mother. " ~' '"' " two-_ ,.- ,„-_ church is being redecorated,* A good crowd attended the park celebration each evening. The ball games drew the largest crowd. West Bend played the Titonka Indians on Tuesday afternoon and defeated them by a 3 to 2 score. On Wednesday afternoon .the locals .were, defeated ' by 'Algona 8' to 5 in a hard fought game." ; A merry-go-round was enjoyed by the youngsters and also, the older folks. The fireworks drew a big crowd on Wednesday evening, although not as large is in former years. A dance was held each evening in the bowery. Ev- d^to>be\enjoylngr ~ them- a number of former-West Bend people were,here to meet old friends again. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW r. P. Harrington L. J, Dickinson HARRINGTON & DICKINSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk. ALGONA, IOWA. J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427. ALGONA, IOWA. J. W. Sullivan 8. E. McMabon L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN, MoMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA. K. J, VAN NESS & G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA; laylord D. Shumay Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 68. E. C. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 INSURANCE. CITY PROPERTY LOANS FARM LOANS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS CUNNINGHAM ft LAO* Phone 598 107 W. State Si ALOONA, IOWA, ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Reliable Insurance Service O. R. LABABRB AL FALKENHAINER Phone 65 First door north Iowa State Bank MORTICIAN U M. MERRITT . Mortician * Funeral Director. Phone No. it ALXJONA. IOWA, VETERINARIAN. i* w. rox. 4lBon« office »t the old Pr. office. Office Phone 47>W; Rwlden* 470-R. will have ma »t ojrjoi §< ALGONA, KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS - *70,M»> Officers: J. W. Wadsworth, Chairman of th»Board of Directors. H. E. Rist, President. T. H. Wadsworth, First Vice President, Q. S. Buchanan, Second .Vice President. J. S. Auner, ""Cashier. E. J, McEvoy, Asst. Cashier. L. O. Reding, Asst. Cashier. E. A. Scheme], Asst. Cashier. • Directors: H J. Bode T H. Wadswortt H. E. Rist J. W. Wadswortb J. 8. Auner *,. J. Van Ness O, S. Buchanan PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS THE ALGONA HOSPITAL Phone £50 KENEFIOK & CRAWFORD Office Phone ~3QO Residence Phones: Dr. Keneflck, 87 ., Dr. Crawford, 115 O. H. CRETZMEYER PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Glasses Fitted Office In J, Galbralth Block. Residence one block east and one block south of office. No calls made after 9;30 p. m. ALQONA, IOWA. Office Phone, 810. Residence, 444. WALTER FRASER, M. ». PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office In Quinby Building, loom NQ. u p ftQ ne No. 13 ALOONA. KJWA. ~ P*, W, D. ANDREWS. Osteppatblo Physician & Surgeon Sye, Bar, Nose and Throat Obstetric* Located over Hub Recreation Parlor. PbpneB. Office 187, Residence, 688, ALOONA. JOWA- DR, p. E. WALLEY; Osteopftthio Physician and Surgeon Electrical Therapy, Obstetrics. Located over gender & Oaldwell's Clothing store. Phones-Office 79, Residence an, ALQONA, IOWA. ^^—^p^——^™___, DENTISTS PR. H, I* McCOKRLE DENTIST over Long »«, B. Ljpa»,te4 over

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