The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1930 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 6, 1930
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r, ^'Vi 1&.J ": SKI m fhe tTppet- Pes Fenton News Items W. C. T. U. Picnic— The annual county picnic of the W. O T tr. was held at SWea Oltjr Ittt week Thursday, A number from here attended. A trio composed of Bertha Huskamp as cellolst, Hazel Weisbrod and Karl Schwartz as violinists were on the program from Fenton. The county essay prizes were awarded at the meeting Arrangements were made to hoia a county convention in the M. E. church parlors In Fenton some time in August, the exact date having not. yet been determined. An effort is being made to secure Mrs. Ida Wfsesmith as their speaker, Hear Opera Singer— ) Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and son. Don- aid, and granddaughter, Jean Denker, Mrs. Ohas. Glaus, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Volghti Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Volght, Verona and Maxlne Weisbrod, Vivian Glaus, Pauline Osborn, Clarence Osborn, Victor Johnson, and Hans Hahn were among those who went to Okobojl Sunday to hear Slgnor Mario Capelll sing. Visited Relatives— Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Newel of Davenport visited with relatives here Friday and at the same time attended to business interests. Enroute home they will stop at Iowa City where Florence Newel is attending summer school. Sylvia Newel of Gettysburg, South Dakota, will meet them at Iowa City and the girls will accompany Mr. Newel to Germantown, Ohio, for a visit with their sister, Mrs. Paul Cosgray. J. H. Castle has been assisting with threshing oh the Peter Hayenga route the past week. Joe Shanks of Waverly vlsted Thursday and Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert VoetUer. Mrs. F. H. Elgler and daughter, Mary Jane, spent Tuesday afternoon at the 8. J. Stehle home In Algona. Miss Viola Light went to Spirit Lake Saturday to spend the week end with friends who have a cottage there. Wm. Krause and daughter, Ross of Lone Rock were visitors Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reimers of Whlttemore were' dinner guests at the E. C. Weisbrod home Sunday evening. Misses Edna Lauritzen and Frieda Reimers assisted Mrs. Phillip Wander in cooking for .threshers Thursday and Friday. Mrs. C. C. Volght and daughter, v, Veneta, Mrs. Arthur Volght and Mar- sfijorie spent Friday afternoon in Em- Newel went to Swea City day where she visited iat 4 ')ia^Dr^,%T. Whitlow home until ' a^mm^, &3Y., Curry and son, ' - "•"• 'Tuesday % Emma 'ol- s . Alma- Krueleif'WiU ^entertain 'fhejj 4; -Bl club sirfs at the home of, her aunt, Mrs. Delbert Hanna at Lone Rock this Witte,rt; •• and children, - jp-it $" Chan. Lauriteen'droye to4*pner on •Thursday after- Mrs/ Laurltzen who had been staying a few days with her daughter, Mrs, Carl Wolfe. Frank Bailey and children, Majrjorte, Donna Jean and Hadley and Beatrice Kramer were visitors Friday evening at the C. O. Bailey home in Burt. Miss Emma Dehlstrom of Fox Lake arrived Sunday at the Dennis Smith home to assist with both the household duties and ttw WOT'C of the swlSrh- boafd. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lakin of Es- therviile spent Sunday at the home t,f the former's mother, Mrs. Wm Lnkin. Ruth and Verlih Espe leiuiried homo with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers were taken to Mason City Monday by John Light to make train connections for Savanna, Missouri, where Mrs. Meyers will consult with doctors. Miss Violet Watters of Waterloo was a caller at the home of Superintendent G. D. Belken Sunday. Miss Watters will be the music and English instructor In the local school this year. J. H. Castle received a message late Sunday evening informing him of the sudden death of his father at Britton, South Dakota. Mr. Castle left Immediately by car to attend the funeral. F. P. Newel took his sister, Irene Newel, to Rochester, Minnesota, Sunday where she will consult with doctors at the Mayo clinic In regard to her health. F. P. returned home Monday. The Legion Auxiliarry met at the home of Mrs. Rex Wolfe on Friday afternoon. The time was spent in making sleeping garments for the families of the disabled World War veterans. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoebw and daughter, Gladys, of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Armstrong left this week Tuesday for Minneapolis, where they will attend B hardware convention. Frank Bailey and family drove to Swea City Monday svenlng for a visit at the Dr. A. T. Whitlow home. They also attended the Hazel M. Cass show there that evening. Frances remained for a more extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen and son, Perry, left last week Thursday for Des MoUies, where they visited at the G. E. Griffith home. Their daughter, Marlys, who has been spendui? several weeks there, returned home with them. The Fenton and Ringsted baseball teams crossed bats on the Ringsted diamond Sunday. The score ended 11 to 5 in favor of Fenton. Batteries for Fenton were Wander and Kressln, and for Ringsted, Erickson and Montgomery. Mrs. F. H. Elgler and son, Durwood, end daughter, Mary Jane, and Melvin Warner motored to Omaha Sunday. The boys will seek employment and Durwood will also make plans to attend Creighton University there this fall. He will take the pharmacy course. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Furtney of Ceylon, Minnesota, were visitors at the Robert Kyhl home.last week. They were returning home from a several weeks' trip to various points in Illinois and Iowa. They report the corn in some places around Keokuk to be as dry and dead as in the fall. The Ortmeyer Brothers, Carl, Robert .and «'Rlchard, nephews of W. E. Stdelier,vwere OVer night visitors at the Staeber'home'on.lMday. 1 Then- home is in Charles City but they are spending , their vacation at the home or their uncle, Professor Ortmeyer, in Armstrong/ and 'drove over from there, mMKV^N'^V^dAcMllMMMHMiBKl^^^^w^AMt f. Weisbrod, l^onmsV'ana''<fl Dreyer 'went-'to Algona last Week on Tuesday.?-t"A s ^ ttte extension worker from Ames was"there and-the girls received some help with the shoe demonstration which they,',will glye on Achievement Day and at; the County fajr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean and Glenn Ditsworth drove to Algona Sunday, where they were joined by Mr. and Forest City Diamond Jubilee August 17-19. A number of Algona people are planning to attend the Forest City Diamond Jubilee celebration which comes August 17, 18, and 19, Which is being aranged on somewhat similar lines as that of the Algona Diamond Jubilee of last yee,r. Plans are under way for a pageant depleting the growth and development of the community since its origin. Hundreds of persons will take part in this Through the courtesy of the State Historical society, the workers on the program have obtained the use of the old covered wagons and an old Conestoga freight wagon. They have engaged a band of Winnebago Indians whose ancestors roamed this county In days gone by. All business houses have placed their display windows In the hands of the curio committee, which will fill them with articles gathered up from the surrounding country. There will be an athletic show pnd free attractions. Mrs. Ralph Stumbo of Corwlth and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Green of Algona. The group enjoyed a picnic at the Call State Park. Mrs. Stumbo and Mrs. Green are daughters of Mrs. Dean. Miss Esther Edmunds, Miss Myrtle Neumen and another friend were the guests Thursday at the Chris Buske and F. C. Bailey homes. The girls, whose homes are in Ottumwa, were spending their vacation at Clear Lake aj:d drove over to spend the day. Miss Kdmunds was formerly a primary teacher in the local school. Glenn Ditsworth, youngest son of Mrs. Earl Dean, has been assigned to a position as assistant profesor of zoology at Iowa State University at Iowa City for the coming school year. He will devote four hours each day to teaching and the remainder to his studies. This will entitle him to his B. A. degree at the end of the term. A meeting of the Women's Foreign Missionary society will be held In the M. E. church parlor this week on Thursday afternoon. All members should plan to be present as the mite boxes will be opened besides other Important business. Hostesses will be Mesdames Frank and T. N. McFalL Everyone Is welcome at these meetings. Mr. and Airs. Albert Vv'olfqram eiver- ta'ned in honor o. ^-!r. Wolf grain's sixty-eighth birthday Sunday. The Art Mueller, Wa T ler Jentz and I'lfotpe Jentz ft-mlles of tbis plice; 'he .»vv««rt Han- iv. family at Lcnc "lock; the Mark Simmons family and Miss Vina Wolfgram of Fa'^in .• •!. XT \\'niti{!-am was presented with numerous remembrances from his children. Mrs. Kate Newel went to Hartley on Sunday where she will join her~Son, LeRoy Newel and family on a trip through the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. From there they will go to Nampa, Idaho, for a visit at the home of Mrs. LeRoy Newel's sister, Mrs. B. D. Weisbrod and family, also to Baker, Oregon, where the Roscoe Yeager family, Lydla Weisbrod and Mrs. Ursula'Weisbrod reside. , / The AMERICAS MOST COLOSSAL OUTDOOR SPECTACLE P RESENTED by special engagement for six nights only at the Iowa State Fair. Three mammoth open air stages—hundreds of characters—scores of magnificent scenes tracing ths progress of man through the ages — brilliant ballets — elaborate musical and pyrotechnic accompaniment—-a huge $50,000 extravaganza outieacbing anything previously attempted in this country. EIGHT GREAT DAYS AND NIGHTS of Continuous Pleasure av-ait you ;it this year's lov/a State Fair —National Air Shov and Air Races, horse racing, auto racing, Kryl and His Hand, Society Horse Shows;. 5,000- voice Junior Chorus, mammoth hippodrome shows, Society Horse Shows.. National Livesto:k Show, 10 acres of grain and produce displays, Farm Bureau project exhibits, state educational exposition, 40 acres of farm machinery, ;tate- wide women's exposition, 2,000 farm boys and girls in competition, National Gladiolus Show, auto show, radio show, 100 acre free camp, and do7ens of statewide contests and tournaments. — und all /'*;• tin adriiiisuwn of ft/ly cents — till within a few hours' ride of vour /rant tlnor. A'd matter ir/ujf else yuu do llih summer, /tlun jtir a d.n or lico at the Stale Fair — un uulmg turh a» you've nurur enjoyed before, O Hip you will nerer fori-i't. CJuq 2O 1 2Q Obs Moines /IllU LAKOTA NEWS. kelson Minda Wilberg ' military twining Camp at Mbtaska, MM weak, v dunted frttnt H»e lotto S • University Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winter were Blue Earth visitors last Tuesday. Miss Pearl Estle of Minneapolis arrived here last week for a visit at the parental home. Wade Ball and Peter Bruer attended n Legion meeting at Buffalo Center last Friday evening. The Totn Adams crew are putting up a silo on the Charles Haas farm between here and Elmore. Miss Pearl EsUe of Minneapolis was entertained Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ray Winter, Norman Frcrklng and Robert Hamilton, Jr.. spent several days last week at Camp Poster at Spirit Lake. Wm. Wortman is able to be up and around again, having been 111 for several days with an attack of heart trouble. Mrs. Htllard Abbas and family enjoyed a visit last week end from her brother, Harvey Nelson, who lives In Newton. The Hazel Cass show arrived In town Sunday for a four day stay. They played to a fair sized crowd Sunday evening. Mrs. E. R. Worley has been at Mason City the past week visiting her parents and taking treatments for one of her eyes. Miss Gertude Dreesman returned to her home last week from Keosauqua, where she had been to attend the wedding of a friend. John A. Meyer, west of town, spent last Monday afternoon at Armstrong at the home of his niece, Mrs. Dale Dundas and family. Mrs. Ralph Robinson came over from Forest City last week for a visit at the home Of her sister, Mrs. H. H. Murray and family. Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald spent last week at 'a cottage at Clear Lake, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bailey at Mason City. Mrs. Buell Johnson and daughter, Phyllis, were here from Swea City last Thursday calling on her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Matson and little son and Mrs. Mitchell were down from Blue Earth Sunday vteiUnc at the home Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell. Mrs. Archie Whitlow and children of Swea City, accompanied by her sister, Miss Francis Bailey, of Fenton, were here Thursday calling on old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ennen and the former's brother, George were visitors last Monday at the home of their uncle, Heyo Boekelman and family near Titonka. Rev. A. F. Boese, pastor of the Lutheran church here, left on Satin-day morning for Toledo, Ohio, where he goes as a delegate to a meeting of the General Synod. Several persons from this place attended' the, circus at Mason City Tuesr day evening. >( They went to see^Toni Mix ot movie ''fame, he being -one .of the side show. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bchwaaebeck and daughter, and Mrs. O. C. Hoch of Dubuque arrived here ^ Saturday for a un la June and had to lake the military twining with htt course there. VvhlJo at the university he took up Journalism and has now tone to Waterloo where 1m lias accepted a position on the wet* (.-loo Courier. John and Julia Llesveld enjoyed a visit the fore part of last week from Thomas Curyea, better known here as "Buster." The Curyea family lived here for a number of. years and both parents passed away while living here. Mrs. Curyea, it will be remembered, ran for county recorder in 1818, but passed away during the flu epidemic and was burled the day before election. Thomas has just reutmed from four years spent In the navy. «ce#e*sc«sc^^ LONE ROOK NEWS, employed to do the Gus Sampson and son of Mason City spent Sunday at the Wm. Fisher home. Lormlne Murray of Spencer called on Miss Edith Worthlngton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger purchased a radio from E. M. Jensen last Friday. Mr and Mrs. Charles Morris and daughter visited relatives In Burt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris had a new FrlgldaSre Installed In their home last week. Jack and Dave Lynch of Omaha, were visiting old friends here last Thursday. Ed McChane of Seattle, Washington, came Friday to visit relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zoller and family went to Mason City Sunday to visit relatives. Misses Ruth and Florence Householder spent Sunday at Buffalo Center visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Enrin Heldenwith are the parents of a baby girl born Saturday, August 2nd. Mr. and Mrs, Howard McChesney went to Mlnonk, Illinois, last Thursday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard went to Whlttemore last Monday to call on the W. T. Fish family. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson and son, Everett of Seneca, called at the John Kerr home Sunday. Herschel Warman and Morris Bilsborough are now attending a naval training station at Santiago, California. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Fisher of Des Moines came Saturday to visit relatives. They returned home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leeper and son of Cudahy, Wisconsin, came last week, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Harry Rahn and family. . * -Mr. and Mrs. Barley Shelllto and daughter of Ames came' Saturday to visit Mrs. Shellito's parents,' Mr,,and Mrs-N. L. Cotton. '.-.-, Mr. and Mrs, Dell Martow are,the parents of a baby girl born Saturday, August 2nd; The Marlows now have house' work for a* family living near Emmetsburg. Mrs. Joseph Lynch had her throat lanced last Friday^ release her from the pain caused by quinsy. Mrs. Otto Kelly and sons, Emerson and John of Swea City spent Monday at her parental home, the John Osborns. Jensen Bros, have a pair of twin calves. The same cow had twins last year, proving herself quite a profitable investment. Marjory and Norman Wilberg of Ringsted spent a few days last week at their former home, which is tenanted by Millen Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lindsay spent Sunday evening at the Earl Osborn home. They brought a picnic supper from town and enjoyed eating it under the trees. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and son, Lyle, and Melvin Nelson spent Sunday at Spirit Lake visiting at the Lawrence Saxton home. Mrs. Saxton was formerly Zelda Osborn. Esther Halverson spent last week at en arm. the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Ulestad, assisting her with the housework, as she entertained the Ladies Aid and had threshers. A large crowd attended the Ladies' Aid at Mrs. Albert Ulestads last week Thursday, A delicious luncheon was served and Rev. Sande gave an inspiring talk. The society will meet again in three weeks at the Ole Johannsen home. Last week Tuesday, while threshing at the Melvin Norland farm, Vernon Jensen had the misfortune to slip from the side of the grain wagon which he was driving and cut his side on a bolt and also bruise his ribs. Dr. West of Armstrong dressed the wound. Church services were held Sunday afternoon in the Norwegian Lutheran church, as Rev. Sande was with his other charge in Ottosen in the forenoon. A new idea was tried out. Due to the heat the services were held in the basement and this proved to be quite successful. Several from here attended the Oko- bojl Bible conference at the Methodist camp grounds near Spirit Lake Sunday. Those attending from here were Clarence and Pauline Osborn and Wrn. Osborn. An excellent program was given all day, featuring mainly, the famous Italian singer, Mario Capel- 11. Olga Johansen, who has been crippled for about five years, from paralysis, ieft a week ago Saturday to take treatments in St. Louis. She took treatments here two years ago and was greatly benefltted. She was able to walk with crutches when she returned home and it Is now hoped her improvement will be as great this time. Superintendent and Mrs. R. L. Rossman and son, Refine, are having an enjoyable summer in New York. Mr. Rossman is attending Cornell University and Mrs. Rossman and son, Refine, are visiting relatives and friends. They are expected home in a few weeks as Mr. Rossman will take up his duties as superintendent of the Seneca school. • '^V> ) ft r A'-'jTT''H"3H -«tVt(p n 'j ' r "| Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Kienltz are the'.parents of a seven and one-half pound boy, who arrived at their home last Monday. They now have a family of .three children, a girl and two boys. Mrs. Addle Seymour, president of the Farmers Se Drovers State Bank here, was up from Algona several days last week, looking after business pertaining to her farms hi this vicinity- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mastell, who have been visiting relatives here the past month left last Wednesday for games after which Mrs. Ley served a dainty lunch to which the youngsters did justice. The business men had another meeting last week and decided to again change the date of the Sauerkraut celebration from Friday, August 29, to to Saturday, August 30. Thus, the day will be on Saturday as to former years. Mrs. Homer and Mrs. Irvin Altlzer enjoyed a visit from a young brother of Blue Earth last week. The youngster recently tried to climb a grape vine, which was not strong enough to hold his weight and the result was a brok- ^j^^iiSiiiiMi»»i««»«"»Wiiiiij % " i. ' ' - • PI! Till wmim in tjour PDCKfT The difference between the cost of your winter's supply of coal TODAY,.and what you would pay next November is considerable. It is one of those items oti which efficient men and women will want to save. Order your winter's supply of coal or coke today. The •price is at the bottom, and will shortly start the customary upward trend. We guarantee deliveries now, and when the wintry blasts come,, you run the danger of inconvenience. HEAT i IMURANCC Botsford Lumber Co. A Good Yard IB a Good Town. M. J. POOL, Manager. Phone 256 LuVerne Lady Was Seriously Injured. Humboldt Republican: . Mrs. Wm. Bigings cut her arm: severely and received bruises on her back and legs when she- caught herself falling ' the . to .Ltf stairway n .. J The ceUar door had f ba?n left open -through accident andi*hen Mm/Blgtogs ^Ttedjp move some- pop 'cases, near the door, . She Heatrola Free Coal Club to be Here. The Kohlhaas Hardware Company has obtained the agency for the Heat- rola stove. The Heatrola has a double air circulating system which Is found only to'-thte; make, of stove. On August fl, % the enrollment, of members In the Heatrola Free Coal Club will begin. To enroll'one must pay $2.00 down and $2.00"a'week'unttt the Heatrola ta Installed in ..the home and the ton of free coal is-delivered. Then the balance is paid on,a convenient monthly .. .-_i _»—; it .m.._i.v,-_ .information bard- A star route that will bring mail from Lake Mills to Lakota, will start on August 16th. Mail will arrive at eleven-forty a. m. Simon of Lake Mills will be the carrier at a salary of $1300 per yeaij. The contract runs until June 30, 1931. The Ledyard township women's farm bureau met last Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Richard Zlelske. Mrs. Zielske as hostess was assisted by Mrs. J. *E. Smith, Mrs. L. A. Nitz, Mrs. Edward Dontje and Mrs. Lynch. James, the eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley, celebrated his eighth birthday last Wednesday by entertaining eight of his little playmates The afternoon was spent in playing The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid which meets once a month, always serves a twenty-five cent supper to the public, beginning at five-thirty until all are served. The hostesses last Thursday were Mrs. Julia Wortman, Mrs. J. E. Ukena, Mrs. Mary Rosenau, and Mrs. John Griese. It Is understood that the Feldick family who have been living in the Wm. Ukena residence since March first will move to Buffalo Center and the E. N. Clemans family, who have been living in part of the Cottage Hotel building, will move into the house vacated by the Feldicks. Sheriff Hovey was up from Algona last week Tuesday calling on E. R. Worley, who is president of the County Bankers' Association, Mr. Hovey suggested that the bankers have a meeting to talk over the subject In regard to carrying less cash in the banks on account of so many bank robberies. Mrs. J. C. Randall, who came here four weeks ago to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Catherine Winter, and who has been visiting relatives here since, left last week Tuesday for her home at Glenburn, North Dakota. Her two nieces, Gertrude Wortman and Arlene Lewis, took her to her home in the former's car. The glrlB expect to spend about two weeks visiting at Glenburn. - , tUlftt I,V *•***'** ~ H*^»»*»«M««» -»!»••••» ~f» -[-—,—j- Moines^Sunday to attend' the state cosmetologists convention which is, be Ing held .there this week. The American Legion Auxiliary wfL meet in the Legion Hall Wednesday, August, 13th with Miss Kathryn and Lauretta OTionnell as hostesses. Miss Hulda Worthingtbn, who has been employed at the Paul Krlethe home near Burt for the past few weeks, returned home last Wednesday. W. G. Flaig.went to Mason City on Saturday to consult an eye specialist Mr. Flaig has been having trouble with his eyes for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mitchell and son, Harold of Northwood spent Sunday at the F. A. Macumber home. Mrs. Mitchell Is a sister of Mrs. Macumber. Alfred Krueger and Donald Blanchard played ball with Ledyard at Ledyard Sunday against Thompson. Ledyard won 6 to 5 in twelve innings. Calvin Householder took a truck load of furniture belonging to Ralph Riedel to Spencer Sunday, where Mr. Riedel is employed by a milling company. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Flaig and family attended the blacksmith picnic, which was held in the Call State Park at Algona Sunday. There were seventy-five In attendance. Jack Quinn drove to Plpestone, Minnesota, Saturday night to get his wife and family. They have been there for the past few weeks taking care of Mrs. Quinn's mother, who has been ill. George Button and his mother, Mrs. Swain, returned home last Thursday after visiting with relatives at Floyd Iowa. Mr. Button also looked after his land interests in Argyle, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Worthington and son of Mallard and Mrs. Lillian Worth- CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT 1AW T. Pi Harrington L. J. Dlcktoson HARRINGTON Se DICKINSON . ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bank Blk. ALGONA, IOWA. W. B. QUARTON H. W. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office'Phone, 427. ALGONA, IOWA. ington and daughter, Edith went to Rochester, Minnesota, Saturday to Visit relatives. They returned home on Sunday evening. Russell Sharp and Reno Woodwlck returned home from Faulkner, South Dakota, Sunday night after spending a month hauling gravel for a road con struction crew there. They reported very dry weather. Mr. and Mrs. Edw, Bleretedt an daughter, Mrs. Walter Sorenson wen to Sioux City Saturday to get the! daughter, Leona, who is taking nurses' training course at the Lutn eran hospital there. Mrs. Wm. 'Thompson received wor last week that Mr. and Mrs. Delme Anderson of Chicago, are the parents of a girl born Monday, July 26th. Mrs Anderson was formerly Miss Mildrec Spencer who taught school here two years ago. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Donald, Gene, and Doris Mae went to Cherokee on Friday to visit Mrs- Blanchard's daughter, Mrs. John Bones. Jessie, Jr., who has been visiting there'foy the past ,few weeks, returned home with them, Rev. 8. M. Gladstone and daughter, Beulah, Caroline Hall of Forest City, Vera Monte, Vertftbell Ohrtstensen, Lillian Angus and several girls from Ringsted returned home Sunday from Ce<}ar Falls where they have been attending Bible conference for the past week. J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA W. Sullivan B, B. McMahon L. B. Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank * ALOONA, IOWA. ; KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS - »70,IH Officers: J. W. Wadsworth, Chairman of ttu Board of Directors. • H. E. Rist, President. T. H. Wadsworth, First Vice President. G. 8. Buchanan, Second Vice President. , J. 8. Auner, Cashier. E. J. McEvoy, Asst. Cashier. L, O. Reding, Asst. Cashier. E. A. Schemel, Asst. Cashier. Directors: H. J. Bode T. H. Wadswortt H. E. Rist J. W. Wadsworth J. 8, Auner *,. J. Van Ness O. 8. Buchanan R. J. VAN NESS & G, W. STILtMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 2I3-W Algona, Iowa PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS L. A. WINKBt ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Building. Phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA. Oayiord D. Shumay Edward D. Kelly 8HUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algooa, Iowa phone 68. E. C. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 INSURANCE. CTTY PROPERTY LOANS FARM LOANS REAL ESTATE! JNSTJRANO* OP ALL KINDS CtVININGHAM & LAOT Phone 689 107 W. State Bv °^ P ALGONA, IOWA. THE ALGONA HOSPITAL Phone COO KENEFIOK & CRAWFORD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones; Or. Keneflck, 67 ., Or. Crawford, 115 C. H. CRETZMEYEE PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON Glasses Fitted , , Office in J. Galbraith Block. Residence one block east and one block soutn of ice. No calls made after 0:30 p. m. ALGONA, IOWA. Office Phone, 310. Residence, 444, WALTER FBA8EB, M. », PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Quinby Building. «oom No. 14 phone No. 12 ALGONA, IOWA, OB. W. O: ANDREWS. Octeopathio Physician ft Surgeon lye, BAT, Now »nd Throat Obateuici (Locoed over Bub Recreation Parlor. Phones. Office 187, Residence, W, ALOONA, IOWA. ALOONA INSURANCE AGENCY Reliable Insurance Service O, R, LABARRB AL FALKENHAINBR Phone 68 First door north Iowa State Bank MORTICIAN L. M. HERRITT Mvrtloltn * roneral Phone No. 11. ALOPWA, IOWA- VETERINARIAN. JHf ¥V t W Sfcn^W J» "T •*"-— """"i^'™ 1 "*! <ugQO* office at fee old pr, i uf/iet, pflto* plicae «W»w: — 47641. Wtft all ttwm. Qflio* PR, P. E. WALLET, Osteopathlo Physician and Surgeon Electrical Therapy, Obstetrics. Located over Sender & Oaldweil'e Clothing Store. Phones—Office 79, Residence 211. ALGONA, IOWA, DENTISTS PR. H. L, McCOBKLB DENTIST Office over Long pros. Grocery, Buslnega Phone 811 Residence, i ALGONA, JOWA PR. H. M, QISON Located over Qhrtstetwen store. BugtaeM iW. Rflrideww, AJX30NA, IOWA. If.

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