The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1930 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 24, 1930
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f he Upper Pea Fenton News Items and* fa il Juius Winkel was called home last week from Iowa State College to at- ted the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Oeo. Zanke of Chicago. He returned to Ames Friday to continue his School work. A parent*teaehers' meeting will be held at the Glen Jenklnson home to* morrow evening, September 25. Election of officers will take place. Mfc Jehk- Ihson was president of the organisation during the feast year. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson accompanied by Mrs. J. F, Schoby of Algona, also Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson their son Harry of Clinton, drove to West Bend last Wednesday afternoon to visit the grotto and park. Mr. Anderson is a nephew of Mrs. Schoby. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey, their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Wight and her two sons, Dickie and Bob, of Clayton, New Mexico, drove to Minneapolis on Friday in the Bailey car where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymom Haase until Monday. Mrs. Haase was formerly Merle Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe, and daughter, Elaine of W.tnnebago, Minnesota drove down Saturday for visits at the Keefe and Zentner homes. Sunday, Mrs. David Keefe, son Robert, Mr. am] About sixty relatives were Invited to ft seven o'clock buffet reception luncheon at the J. F. Newel home last Friday evening in honor of their son. F. P. Newel and bride, who were recently married. Music, singing and visiting formed the entertainment for the even- Ing. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoebef, and daughter, Gladys; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod and family; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank and family; Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Mrs oars. jversary. The Dammons were forme residents of near FentOn. They Wer presented by their many friends Wit a sum of money to buy silverware Those attending from here were Mrs C. W. Lauritzen, Alvina Helgens, E. A Huskamp, Messrs, and Mesdames Geo Gremmels, George Bolte, Ed. Ohm Herman Huskamp, Karl Nlelson, John Schallln, Hans Baago and J. T. Waite Visit In Des Moines— Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Eigler and daugh ter, Mary Jane and Miss Hilda Lane holz accompanied by Mrs. L. J. Weis brod motored to Des Moines fc, Shelby; of faiviit» brod and I « on proa and son, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Arm visit at the B. Brooker home, the Brookers former Fenton residents. Mrs. Weis brod will visit her daughter, Gladys n f w m n,o»»t,,,^. I wh ° ls Bending the Iowa Beauty Col of Emmetsburg. | ]egei and Mlgg Laneholz ^11 attend < phildt cnuaren, F> eetm * where Paul Compan of Chl- «mrt and Mabel of Waldorf, Minnesota, and Mr. and \^t£*L Mrs. G. W. Newel and family. ' T" 68 ^?- cago WU1 ^ ve some specialties on flftger Thpv ™ y Aid Society Met— iw e- t oritoc,' AIJ t. nn t«t n ^«i.| M. E. Ladles Aid society met *t,- «v...«v. «_4.i_» .m. the church parlor. The | Married Sunday— A quiet wedding was performed by E. T. Gerkin Sunday afternoon ture was read by Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. Leo Keefe and Mrs. John Scholtes and daughter, Natallne Marie of Bancroft drove to Webster City, where they spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keefe.. Bernard is operating a barber shop there and is making good. August Slagle accompanied by his uncle. Frank Slagle, of Algona, drove to Cylinder last Saturday to be at the bedside of his father, Charles Slagle, who has been ill for some time and who passed away at his home late Saturday evening. Mr. Slagle has beei a faithful station agent for the Mil united in marrl- t™ **«. nvin. •u' TV.,." »~,«, ««. *„!, i B K e ' i«ey were attended by relatives IS S*d35 8rSJ 1 5rM2: ^W£^s£*^ A~ n A ««j W**.., j-oi-*,- XT*™. „«•!.,„,.„ piayea tne iionengrin wedding marcn. areo ana nity dollars. New officers «*»»* sn*v»irt** t%.***t.*«,.4 « «t*n.s * *-»« sstsfas&zx. &\~*fsjssf<sjsif£ dent, Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod; secretary, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey. Mrs. Chas. Newel, , _. was reelected treasurer Motion was A picMlc Supper- made and carried to buy the electric The Woman's club entertained their bell which Rev. Gerkin had put in the husbands and the school faculty at a Tuesday was the Jewish New Year, Tuesday, September &, fe the 'Jewish New Yeaf and dates baok 6861 years, it is observed with special services by Jewish people and membefs of this creed who reside la Algona attended services at Mason city. Mrs. Orusle Noble left Friday morn- Ing for Tltonka on a case at the Horn er Barbour home. Mrs. Arch Burger and two sons, Frank and LeRoy of Burt, were callers In Sexton Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Steven and children of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs former friens oMh Gerkins friends of the Gerkins. » parsonage. A closing song and ad- picnic supper at the Mike Weisbrod Journment followed. Refreshments grove east of town last Tuesday even- were served by the hostesses, Mesdames ing. Large bonfires were lighted and F. J. Weisbrod, J. T. Waite, E. R. wieners and marshmallows roasted Schlei and Raymond Stoeber. Elect Officers— I Watermelon was served which added an outdoor touch to the meal. Kitten- ay he home game a mystery. the the 31ackwenn. » Election of officers was held with the following result: officers I =r a M yras ri h hTbf e ^sss-srs's: s&raR L± ^si«ssw^ «<fn ^^^JS^STK r <£\J^^**-*X*L -J**Aeral years, health forced him) the Legion Auzllary, president Mrs. * Tuesda y- Charles Aman. Mrs. John Brown and little daugh. er of Algona and sister, Miss Nina Peterson of Britt were callers at the Wise home In Sexton Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Hinders and win daughters, Doris and Delores, of Woden were visitors at the home of Am. Sarah Wise last week Friday. Mrs. Mack Wise and children, Mrs. Wartin Hinders and twin daughters, .idith Greenfield and Nell Wise were shopping In Algona Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nail and little daughter, Diana Mildred of Britt were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum Monday evening. Mrs. Nail is a sister of Mrs. Kirschbaum. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders left on Saturday morning for Mason City where they spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Henry Hawley and family. They returned home on Monday evening. of Mrs. OhildBfB of Nekton, Mr. attdt Mrs. Bubhon of Mafengo, lows, Call* ed at the J. ft Richard hofise. fits ladieS ate sisters of Mia. RleUara. ' Mr. and Mrs. 6. j. Slsgard, Mr. and Mrs, 0. W. Schryver aM Mr, and Mrs; G. J. F. vogel drwe to Fairmont, Minnesota, where they SpMit the day recently. Mr. and Mrs. Thed. Ingles of Des Mdines came up Monday to visit relatives. Airs. Clara Smith accompanied them home where she will spend the winter. Warren Ringsdorf, Owen Chlpman and Clifford Schrader came from Milwaukee Saturday morning and spent Saturday and Sunday here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Llchtehberger of McCook, Nebraska, are visiting at th Fred Carter home. The ladies are sis ters. Mr. Llchtenberger is' organizing a farmers' filling station. Mr. aftd Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. W li. Stott, and Mr and Mrs. Gerald Brace and son,' am Warren Ringsdorf were dinner guests at the Ted Ringsdorf home recently, Mr. and Mrs. Gorge KoeStler, Mr. and Mrs. James Chrlstensen and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hanen and two children were dinner guests at the Iver Nordin home recently. : Mrs, Wm. Ringsdorf and son, Donald, drove to Stillwater, Minnesota, to get Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf. Mrs. Ringsdorf will visit for several weeks here, with her sons, Wm. and Fred Ringsdorf. The Burt township farm bureau la* dies will have a meeting October 1 at the home of Mrs. E. H. Staley. Mrs. Wessels will be present and work for the year will be arranged. Officers will also be elected. Mrs. George Williams of San Fran- California, spent Sunday at the We will be pleased to talk oveif your fuel. requirements with you. | For lasting satisfaction, call 229 for Coal J. H. Richard home. Mrs. Williams is , . to resign. The community sympathizes Harry Widdel- vice president Mrs Karl Carrol Wander left last Friday for with the Slagles In their bereavement. Nielson; secretary Mrs W R Wolfe- Iowa clt y where he will again take up Guests at the Theodore Thompson treasurer, Mrs. A. H. Krause. The oc- ^ work as a law student at the Iowa home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray- casion was also Mr. Blackwenn's birth- OI/aie university. mond Larson, Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. dav 8° after the business meeting It Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoeber of Charles Martin Thompson and sons, Robert | was turned into a social affair. Games City came Saturday for an over Sun- laving trouble with her eyes as she sees double. She is now under the doctor's care. i daughters, la and Neva! LONE BOCK NEWS. and Maynard, Mrs. Randa Thompson, wer e played during the remainder of daughter, Gertrude, Mrs. Margaret ^e evening after which refreshments Larson and son, Leonard all of Eagle l were served. Grove. They came by-way of West I Community Shower- Bend where they enjoyed a picnic din- A miscellaneous community shower ner. In the afternoon they came to was held In honor of Mr*. F. P. New* A L gona and *? company , w 101 toe el nee Miss Harmon at the M. E. church '.Thompsons enjoyed the air circus at par i or Jast week Saturday afternoon, the Legion airport. ' • • • ' About seventy guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schettel of| Game s were played and Instrumental Wottsford City,' North Dakota, were music furnished by Bertha Huskamp a s guests over Sunday at the Louis Bode cellolst, Hazel Weisbrod as violinist, home. Mr. Bode and Mr. Schettel are with Maxlne Weisbrod accompanying cousins. Mr. Schettel formerly operat- at the piano. Also a duet was rend- day visit at the home of the former's brother, W. E. Stoeber. Paul and Durwood Eigler drove to Omaha last Wednesday. Durwood will birthday of their little grandson and John Kerr Is on the sick list th nephew, Leon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gil- week, bert Benschoter. Mrs. Jacob Weaver and son,' Bern-1 at her home In Curiew. the last of the week I -nr ^ nr ~ l "~"" ' 8nVnn of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Roy Jen-,mont; Mr. and'Mrs; K M; Chrlsten>- sen and Mrs. Otto Jensen at bridge sen, the Wm. CHrlstensen* ftanlly' the- last Tuesday at the home of Mrs; Rob- I Jay Godden. family and 1 Mr. and' Mra. ert Dransfeldt. Ernest Krueger of'Slut, MtK Margaret was called to the vlsite ed a furniture store at Humboldt. by Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and Mrs. . . About fourteen years ago he sold his •*• H - Meyers. The church was taste- store and purchased 640 acres of land ' I fully decorated with fall flowers. The In North Dakota. Mrs. Schettel is a I honoree received many beautiful and prosperous turkey raiser, raising I useful gifts. A delicious two course around a thousand turkeys every year, lunch was served by the hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode and sons I Mesdames F. E., E. A., F. J., H. P. Wels- were also guests during the day; H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algonti, Iowa Long Diitance Hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all Idnda of draying and hauling. 82-tt brod, W. E. Stoeber, J. F., Chas. and Kate Newel, W. T. Qha_aB£LJt_A. For Cuts and Wounds Prevent infection! Treat every cut, wound or scratch with this power. ful non-poisonous antiseptic. Zonite actually kills germs. Helps to heal, too. Granted Rest— ••'.'-, Rev. E. T. Gerkin, who has been pastor of the M. E. church for the past four years, preached his last ser- non here Sunday to a large audience. Us health has been poor the past year ind he is forced to discontinue preaching at present. He has served in the ministry for thirty-five years and has seen granted a year of rest. He and Mrs. Gerkin will leave this week for Storm Lake, to attend conference. They will then again return to Fenton after which they will go to Sioux City for a visit with their daughter, Lala, and other friends before leaving for Seattle, Washington, where their son, Virgil, resides. If they like it there they may stay. Surprise Party— About seventy-five friends with well filled baskets of lunch stepped in and successfully surprised Mr. and Mrs Herman Dammon of near Emmetsburg last Saturday evening. The occasion being their twenty-fifth wedding anni- sszffssix£3i~ """ 3*y-**~>=* Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite visited with the C. B. Hobbs family at Spencer Wednesday of last week and attended the Clay county fair. Wilfred Reimers and Miss Sigma Henderson of Des Moines visited several days last week at the home of Wilfred's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Reimers. Mr. and Mrs., H. E Reimers of this place and their son, Wilfred, and Misn e r mother two weeks ago that his mothbr son> clarence Janvrln, Sunday. low and- he. did not know Miss Lura Sewlck spent the wee end at the home of her parents In I Burt. John and Clayton Sanders of Swe S lty visited at the OUs Sanders horn Sunday. Sigma Henderson of Des Moines spent >arl of last week visiting relatives of iie former at Davenport Kathleen Lnldsey accompanied Earl listers, Bernice and Mrs. Harold Stead- nan. Mrs. Osborn has been visiting here for the past several weeks and returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger left ast week Thursday morning for a vls- t with Mrs. Bellinger's cousin, Enno Gerdes, who has been in poor health, having suffered two paralytic strokes recently. They will visit other rela- .ives in Elgin and various point in Illinois and expect to be gone about a week or ten days. George Boettcher of Burt and Wm Bcettcher of Calmar have engaged quarters at the Thompson lumber yard and are buying live stock each Wednesday and Saturday. The boys are well known here, both having worked in the E. C. Weisbrod department store here a number of years ago. George is now on a farm near Buvt and will dispose of his fa'rming equipment and they both expect to move here as soon as suitable living quarters can be seemed. Miss Bertha Daniels recently purchased a Chevrolet car. John Kerr has been ill and confined to his home the past week. Miss Pearl; Kulp was a week end guest at the O. P, McDonald home. Miss Helen Schrader visited at the Henry Schrader home at Hampton last week. DAYS OF SUFFERING NOW QUICKLY ENDED The next time you itart one of th««e diyt, lit Iht inllant relltf you git iwlfc Dilhrfi Atperffum. Almoil befort you know it the pain disappears, your nerves suddenly rcUr. With Aspergum you chew the pain away. For It it the finest aspirin obtainable pat up ia chewing gum form. Now you can take aspirin any time, any place. No water. No bitttr taste. No choking sensation. Because you chna Dillard's Aspergum the aspirin mixes thoroughly with the laliva so that all its soothing qualities arc effective quickly, continuously. '1 It brings quick relief from aching heads, toothache, the paini of neuritis, neuralgia, even rhen- inatlsm. If yont druggist doei not have Dillard'i Aspergum, send for a free sample to Health Products Corporation. Dept, A, 113 North 13th ttrcn, Newark, N. J. Hospital Tested Recommended by doc* tors and nurses. Cleansing, refreshing antiseptic for womenj As a deodorant, It prevents embarrassment. Sold by druggisti Lydia E, Pinkham's Sanative Wash Lydla E, Pinkham Medicine Co. Lynn, Mau. over famous the world Pinaud's Shampoo Leases your hair lustrout, healthy, and not too dryl Atyour dealer's — or send -joe fit'full-size bottle to PinauJ, Off I. M., 220 £ 21 St.. mple bottle free] •••••••••••MB Bargains USED CARS Star coach. '29 6 cyl. Chev. coupe 1929 Pontiac coupe '26 Chevrolet coupe '27 Chevrolet sedan '25 4 cyl. Chev. sedan. Ford tudor Studebaker sedan '27 Chevrolet coupe Ford truck OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa. tuammummmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummm GOOD USED CARS 1930 Chevrolet coach 1927 Chevrolet coach 1929 Ford fordor 1929 Ford roadster 1928 Ford coupe 1923 Ford touring 1926 Dodge sedan ALGONA AUTO MARKET West of Court House, Phone lay here with his Brother, William El- vldge. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Granzit of Bode visited at the M. L. Vinaas home Sunday. Mrs. Eugene Relbhoff of Eagle Grove flsited with Mrs. James Reibhoff last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Jacobsen of Graet- ;inger called on friends here last Thursday. H. A. Smith is assisting in the creamery during the absence of Mr. McCauley. Miss Helen Thompson went to Cedar Rapids last week where she will attend Coe College. Several of the ladies of the Aid society met at the church Wednesday to ;ie comforters. Mrs. Floyd Koepke of Lakota is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G .W. Bleich this week.- Rev. J. E. Clifton left Tuesday for Storm Lake where he will attend conference this week. D. L. Godden and daughter, Leola, attended the fair at Spencer on Wednesday of last week. ,Mrs. A. H. Meinzer was called to Stillwater, Minnesota, last Thursday by the death of an uncle. Wendel Patterson and Raymond Bleich left Saturday for Ames where they will enter college. .The young men's Sunday School class sold sandwiches, coffee and pie on the streets Saturday night. Paul McCauley and G. W. Bleich left Monday for Eau Claire, Wisconsin, where they will visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Nissen and three children of Kamrar were week end visitors at the L. E. Reibh6ff home. Mrs. C. E. Sanderson and children of Hettlnger, North Dakota, are visiting at the Fred Lavrenz home this week. D. F. Slaughter ana daughter, Wilma, drove to Independence Saturday to visit Mr. Slaughter's mother, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Sellers and daughter, Jean, of Osage, spent the week end here at the C- L. Whateii home. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Godden went to Iowa City Tuesday, where Mrs. Godden will enter the hospital for an examination. J. H. Richard and son, Todd, came home last week from Devil's Lake, North Dakota, where they have been working. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bussman of Tru> man, Mninesota, came Saturday to spend the week end at the W. T. Trainer home. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, and Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson drove to Mason ~' ' " - - Thursday, Cr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick made a business trip to Fort Dodge last Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroder and H. A. Wiener were to Fairmont las Tuesday. v Donald Westbee from Balaton, Minnesota, came last Wednesday to vlsl Harriett Fish. A. Sharp and Nick Gengler returned home from Chicago last Wed- City and Clear Lake last The passenger train which runs from Burt to Elmore, Minnesota, each morning, has been taken off. This will put several men out of wort Mrs. G. o. Giddlngs is home after staying three weeks at the Jess Volentine home where she has been caring for Mrs. Volentine and baby. The Christian Endeavor had a young people's party Friday night In the church basement. Wm. Knoll returned home Saturday night from Rochester^ where he wenl through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Dorothy Davis worked at the G. A. Sharp store Friday and Saturday during the absence of'Mrs. Sharp Mrs. O. Helmke and daughter of Renwick spent the week end with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Otis Sanders. E. M. Jensen, Otto Jensen and Hit- dreth Pettlt went to northern Minnesota Monday on a week's fishing The high school boys played their first game of base ball Friday afternoon. They defeated Seneca by a score of 0 to 0. The Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. P. M. Ohriseensen next Thursday with Mrs. Jay Godden assisting to serving. Harry, EUo, and Henry Rahn, Glen Leeper and Frank Flalg were among those who went ducjc hunting at Swan Lake last Tuesday. Leona Bierstedt returned to Sioux City Sunday, where she Is taking nurses' training. She was home last week on account of being 111. G. A. Sharp and son, Glen, went to Council Bluffs last Wednesday to see Delbert Sharp, who was hurt In a car accident Sunday night. Ed. and Julia O'Donnell came Thurs. day from Joliet, Illinois, to be at the bedside of their sister, Charlotte, who is very low at this writing. Frank Macumber and son, Clarence, took Frank's father, J. H. Maoumber, to Waterloo Wednesday. He has spent the summer here with his son. There was a shower at the H. F. Mittag home last Wednesday night in honor of Miss Mallnda Nemltz, w!jo will marry Hugo" Mittag Tuesday. Albert Oak and son, Park, of Taylor Ridge, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. Loran Driver of Rising Sun, Indiana, visited at the Chris Shaser home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larsen and daughter, Doris, went to Minneapolis Friday and returned home Sunday. James Kerr came back with them to see his father, John Kerr. Mrs. G. A. Sharp went to Fort Dodge Thursday night. She took a train from there to Council Bluffs and returned home Saturday night. Delbert, her son, returned home with her./ • * Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Lydte, and Adelia Mittag and Fred Meyer went to Shenandoah last Monday to see Henry Field's broadcasting station and reutrned home last Wednesday, Fred Genrich and mother, Mrs. O. B, Genrtch and sister, Mrs. W. D. Hauofe of Humboldt, left Monday morning for Milwaukee to see his brother, John Genrich, who Is very ill from, a ruptured appendix- Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard went Among those who attended the fair at Spencer last Wednesday and! Saturday were Mrs. John Rath and' son, Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey-Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath, Mr. arid Mrs. Robert. Dransfeldt, Mrsd. LUlie Thompson''and daughter, Neva; Mrs. M. E. Hawks, Mrs: Jessie? Stebrltz, and two daughters and Mr. and Mrs? Ralph Hurlburt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Mori%, entertained the following:-at;dinner.Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krueger o* Pair- iweUlatr can" b£ expected!" Langraf, and'.Mr; and Mrs. John - erl'Of • Ffeeport; Illinois: Mrsj Meyer- and Mrs. Langraf" are 'sisters- of' Mrs: Ernest' Krueger of Burt; '» Carl Wiener, oldest son- of Mh an* HZ Ai Wfener;, was; operated' on at/ , the Fairmont hospital last' Wednesday- for- a- broken collar bone; which could not' be- set' without operating. He was In a car accident Sunday nlghf.whem he was -on- his: way to East Chain' to a. skating, rink. • He- also had! two ribs. broken: but . Is now getting, along as, DR. F. E. SAWYER CITY PROFESSIONAL DB-tE€TORY. ATTORNEia ATT IkAW P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson H&RRINGTON * M6K1NSON ATTORNEYS AT I^&W Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk. ALCsONA, KWA. J. L.BOJCAK ATTORNSy AT LAW Collections wiU receive prompt attention. - ALCkONA, IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK ALGONA; IOWA. CABEEAL A SVEPtVS , . (V. B. QCARTON H. W. MIULEB ATTOHNBY S AT LAW Office over Kossuth County state Bank Qfltee Phone, 427, AU50NA, IOWA. S. E. McMahon J. W. Sullivan L. E, Linnan SULUVAN, MoMAHON «s LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALOONA, IOWA. Vice K. J. VAN NESS & G. W, STUULMAN LAWYERS' Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-w Algona, Iowa 1^ A. WINKEt ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quinby Building, phone 180. ALOONA, IOWA. Gaylord D. Bhumay Edward D. Kelly 8HUMWAY « KELLY ATTORNEYS A"? LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa *»hone w » E. O. MoMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. Ugona, Iowa Phone W9 H, S, Rlst, PresJdeut fleS;. H ' Wadswortl1 ' dent a Buchanan - Second Vice Pre*. J. S. Auner, Cashier. B. J. McEvoy, Asst. CasJWer. t. O. RedJtag, Asst. Cashier, B. A. Schemel, Asst, CasltSr. Mreoton; HP% T. H. Wadswortt H. B. Bis* J. W. Wadsworth J, 8, Auwr -i, j. van Nw> ' O. S. Buchanan ' PHTSICIANS A SURGEONS WBB ALQONA HOSPITAL ' Phone KO ^•NEPJOK & OBAWFOBD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones; Dr. KeneHcfc 57 ., Pr . cwwfort, 119 one 0. B, CEETZMETEE PHYSICIAN 8s StJRQBON Glasses Pitted in J. Galbralth Block. east and one block INSUBANCB. OITZ PRQPBBTy FARM LOANS to Wilmar, Mjnnewota, Sunday to a sister of Mr. Blanchard. From there they will go to Benson, Minnesota, to visit a niece. They expect to'be'gone rapit of the week. Mrs. L. R. Roderick entertained Mrs. J. W. Cotton, Mrs. Robert Djransfeldt, Mrs Glen sharp, Mrs A. A, Kreuger, REAL ESTATE OF ALL KINDS CUNNINGHAM * LAC* INSTJRANCI Phone 698 „„ ALOONA, IOWA. Phone, 810. Residence. 444. WALTEB FBA8EB, n."fc - PHY8IOIAN AND Hnom loom Building. Ptoowi No. la AMJONA, IOWA. »», W, I>. ANDREWS. Pbysjclftn 4p eurgeon lar, Nose and Throat over Hub AJWONA, IOWA, ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY n ^ Reliable Insurance Service 0. R. LABARRB AL FALKBNHAINER . Phpne 69 First door north Iowa state IOWA, »w. '?, MORTICIAN fc M. MIWIH1W * FuweraJ Dlreotor. Phone No. 11. IOWA, SOT" I* W, Algon* aft** »t to* old Pr. n* IOWA. DENTISTS P».,". PENTJST over Long DB, H. M. OL80N PEWTIST > ,• • 4V

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